Consumer behaviour and corporate social responsibility: an empirical study of Expo 2015,Deceptive advertising and unfair commercial practices in the agrifood sector: The role of the Italian Competition Authority,Eating out: which restaurant to choose?,Environmental and social sustainability in producer organizations’ strategies,Ethical food labels in consumer preferences,Farmers’ self-reported bargaining power and price heterogeneity: evidence from the dairy supply chain,Governance and quality disclosure: the palm oil issue,How can food companies attract the consumer concerned about food safety? A logit model analysis in Spain,How do food safety regulations influence market price? A theoretical analysis ,New dimensions of market power and bargaining in the agri-food sector: organisations, policies and models,Place branding-exploring knowledge and positioning choices across national boundaries: the case of an Italian superbrand wine,Process innovation in milling stage in olive oil sector: evidence from an empirical analysis in Umbria (Italy),The growing influence of social and digital media: impact on consumer choice and market equilibrium,The impact of consumer-brand engagement on brand experience and behavioural intentions: an Italian empirical study,Welfare implications of intertemporal marketing margin manipulation,Which are the sustainable attributes affecting the real consumption behaviour? Consumer understanding and choices,Why do you drink? A means-end approach to the motivations of young alcohol consumers,Willingness to pay for “taste of Europe”: geographical origin labeling controversy in China,Willingness to pay for organic cotton: consumer responsiveness to a corporate social responsibility initiative
New dimensions of market power and bargaining in the agri-food sector Description
New dimensions of market power and bargaining in the agri-food sector
This e-book collects selected chapters presented at the seminar of the European Association of Agricultural Economics “New dimensions of market power and bargaining in the agri-food sector: organisations, policies and models” which was held in June 2016 in Italy (Gaeta). The seminar gathered 103 scholars from 23 Countries worldwide and it was the result of the joint effort of the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, the Technical University of Munich, Colorado State University, Scotland’s Rural College, and the University College of Dublin. The chapters in this e-book provide an effective summary of the scientific debate.