SUCCESS Strategic Use of Competitiveness towards Consolidating the Economic Sustainability of the european Seafood sector
SUCCESSStrategic Use of Competitiveness towards Consolidating the Economic Sustainability of the european Seafood sector 



All the SUCCESS project results are gathered in deliverables. They are the project activities official outputs.


Below is the list of the deliverables. You can directly access the public deliverables ordered by workpackage on the right menu.










WP1 D1.1 Global drivers with an effect on growth and employment in European fisheries and aquaculture sectors Public
WP1 D1.2 (ongoing) European and other countries’ national policy issues that impact the long term economic viability and competitiveness of European fisheries and aquaculture sectors Public
WP1 D1.3 SUCCESS toolbox and visualisation of output Public
WP1 D1.4 Future opportunities and threats under a baseline scenario Public
WP2 D2.1 Economic patterns of seafood consumption and demand - Analyses of the consumption functions in the period 1990–2011 Public
WP2 D2.2 Consumer preferences for sustainable seafood products from Europe Public
WP2 D2.3 Possibilities for improvement of the internet communication on seafood products Public
WP2 D2.4 Potential of selected innovative products in European markets Public
WP2 D2.5 Manuscript on consumer preferences and potentials for future fish consumption Public
WP3 D3.1 Basic description of regulation systems
applied to case studies
WP3 D3.2 Description of productions systems using the methodological framework set up at the first meeting per case studies Confidential
WP3 D3.3 Indicators report per case studies Confidential
WP3 D3.4 Reviewing of successful practices and approaches for strengthening the competitiveness of fisheries and aquaculture Public
WP3 D3.5 Identification and quantification of non-market value Public
WP3 D3.6 Comparative analysis of production systems in fisheries and aquaculture Public
WP4 D4.1 (ongoing) Value chains for fishery and aquaculture products in the EU Confidential
WP4 D4.2 (ongoing) The effects of market power on European fish and seafood processors’ incomes and margins Confidential
WP4 D4.3 (ongoing) Database on European seafood markets Public
WP4 D4.4 (ongoing) Price transmission and market power in the value chain of seafood products in developed countries Confidential
WP4 D4.5 Seminar-conference: Industry requirements on European fish and seafood processors and their effects on incomes and margins Public
WP5 D5.1 Impact assessment of technological and regulatory innovations Public
WP5 D5.2 Cost-benefit analysis of different policy options and discussion on socio-economic effects of different policies Public
WP5 D5.3 Recommendation for the development of strategies and policies for EU fishing industry and aquaculture Public
WP6 D6.1 Minutes of the kick-off meeting Confidential
WP6 D6.2 Consortium agreement Confidential
WP6 D6.3 Minutes of the 1st work package and project board meetings Confidential
WP7 D7.1 Inventory of the Stakeholders and Stakeholders’ needs Confidential
WP7 D7.2 Annual reports on the dissemination activities Confidential
WP7 D7.3 (ongoing) Compilation of the SUCCESS dissemination products and events Public
WP8 D8.1 List of the events to be attended Confidential
WP8 D8.2 Annual reports on the communication activities Confidential
WP7 D8.3 (ongoin) Compilation of the SUCCESS communication products and events Public
WP9 D9.1 (ongoing) Catalogue of IT tools to implement and a functioning Wiki for stakeholders Public
WP9 D9.1 Catalogue of IT tools to implement and a
functioning Wiki for stakeholders
WP9 D9.2 Stakeholder’s perception baseline report Confidential
WP9 D9.3 (ongoing) Reports on preferred sustainable market solutions from stakeholder’s perspectives Public

SUCCESS is a H2020 Research and Innovation Project (2015-2018)

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“This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 635188”