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International Food and Agribusiness Management Association

2018 | VOLUME 21 ISSUE 2 | SPECIAL ISSUE

IFAMA 2017 Symposium


Editorial

IFAMA best paper competition: introduction to the special issue

Jacques Trienekens  pp.  179180


Research Articles

Sector blending: evidence from the German food bank

Meike Rombach and Vera Bitsch  pp.  181200
*2017 IFAMA–Symposium Best Paper Award Winner–First Place


Keywords:
charitable food assistance, industry creation, in-depth interviews, qualitative content analysis

Determinants of corporate cash holdings in times of crisis: insights from Brazilian sugarcane industry private firms
Aviner Augusto Silva Manoel, Marcelo Botelho da Costa Moraes, David Ferreira Lopes Santos, and Marcos Fava Neves pp. 201–218

*2017 IFAMA–Symposium Best Paper Award–Finalist

Keywords: agribusiness, agri-food, cash management, treasury, financial crisis

Job preferences of agricultural students in Germany – A choice-based conjoint analysis for both genders

Stephan G.H. Meyerding  pp. 219-236
*2017 IFAMA–Symposium Best Paper Award–Finalist

Keywords:
war-for-talents, social desirability, work-home-conflict, gender, job choice

Allocating production risks through credit cum insurance contracts: the design and implementation of a fund for small cotton growers to access market finance

Mauro Alem and Julio Jorge Eliasi pp. 237-248  

Keywords:
cotton, agribusiness, rural development, financial intermediary, credit, insurance, risk sharing

Governance of market-oriented fresh food value chains: export chains from New Zealand

Jacques Trienekens, Mariska van Velzen, Nic Lees, Caroline Saunders, and Stefano Pascucci   pp. 249–268

Keywords: market orientation, value chain governance, fresh global food chains

Social sustainability in the ready-made-garment sector in Bangladesh: an institutional approach to supply chains

Laura A. Carlson and Vera Bitsch   pp. 269-292

Keywords: action situation, IAD framework, new institutional economics, rules-in-use, social and cultural context

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