The Challenges of Efficiency and Security of International Food Value Chains
Anatoliy Goncharuk ()
Journal of Applied Management and Investments, 2016, vol. 5, issue 4, 241-249
The paper identifies the main challenges the regulators face while improving efficiency and security of the food value chains. Author found that efficiency and added value at various levels of international food value chain are different, hence it is advisable to analyse each chain level separately. Supported by the efficiency oriented perspective for security of international food value chains, author argues that it enables, on the one hand, to reduce the specific consumption of natural resources and, on the other hand, to decrease prices for finished food products, making them accessible to most part of society. The paper also contains the guidelines for scholars, regulators and food business, who wish to improve the efficiency and security of the food value chains and looking for appropriate way and tools.
Keywords: food value chain; efficiency; security; key factors; tools (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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