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 

Scientific publications

The “fasolari” fishery in Northern Adriatic: the role of PO in enhancing the sector competitiveness.

 

Malvarosa L. and Cozzolino M., 2016.

Article issued with Eurofishmagazine no. 2 year 2016, Copenaghen, 2016.

The “fasolari” fishery in Northern Adriatic: the role of PO in enhancing the sector competitiveness
EM2 16 IT Fasolari Nisea.pdf
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Case studies on price integration in international seafood trade, by José Fernández Polanco, Trond Bjørndal and Audun Lem
FAO. 2016

Fisheries and Aquaculture Circular No. 1115. Rome, Italy.
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ABSTRACT

 

Methods of price integration have been used to test price competition and transmission in the value chain of a selected group of seafood commodities imported into the Spanish market from developed and developing countries. The selected commodities are salted cod and frozen hake (whole and fillets) and frozen squid. The models studied involve data on prices of imports from different countries and of domestic retail. With the exception of frozen whole hake, price competition across exporters has been found in all the other commodities. Price and quality leaders have been identified in all cases. Price transmission has also been verified in salted cod, frozen hake fillets and frozen squid. Results of this analysis indicate that bargaining power is more likely to be exerted by Spanish importers when the trade partners are developing countries, such as in the case of hake and squid. On the contrary, when exporters are based in developed countries, as is the case for salted cod, bargaining power is more likely to be exerted by exporters than by importers.

 

Job Number: I5955

 

http://www.fao.org/documents/card/en/c/2c22c5e5-ecb0-4933-9ddc-a3ee4688cbb0/

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