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 

WP3 - Public deliverables

"Competitiveness and sustainability of European fisheries and aquaculture sectors"

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D3.4 - (ongoing) Reviewing of successful practices and approaches for strengthening the competitiveness of fisheries and aquaculture
The reports reviews the new types of production methods (techniques/ products/ species), organisational innovations or new valorisation practices likely to develop new markets/ outlets, to match existing and future demand for seafood and production modes (more sustainable production techniques…) and consolidate the market power of producers. The report also analyses the Margin formation in order to assess the way value added is shared along the chains. In particular, the report identifies the innovative valorisation strategies where producers integrate downstream levels of the value chain. It also explores how full traceability (from vessel to consumer) can offer a potential for further valorisation.
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D3.5 - (ongoing) Identification and quantification of non-market value
The report explores and discusses the potential for identifying and quantifying non-market values in fisheries and aquaculture. Non-market values can encompass various different topics, ranging from marine-environmental (e.g. collection of marine debris) to ecological, social cohesion and heritage dimension.
In particular, the reports analyses the synergies existing between the tourism and the seafood producing sectors via the generation of social and cultural services, and address the link between the image of fishing activities and the consumers’ willingness to pay for fish. The level of tourism attractiveness of some specific attributes, such as the presence of a fishing fleet in one area, is also explored.
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D3.6 - (ongoing) Comparative analysis of production systems in fisheries and aquaculture
The report presents an evaluation of the competitiveness and sustainability of fisheries and aquaculture through selected quantitative and qualitative indicators (economic and social efficiency, sensitivity and dependence, long-term viability and interaction between production systems, role of management systems….). This assessment is based on a multi-criteria approach including, on the one side, cost structure, profitability and valorisation indicators, and, on the other side, “dependence” indicators, which all contribute to evaluate the economic sustainability of the seafood primary sectors
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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”