PUBLICATIONS 2013-2015

GCFSI Partners’ Publications 2013-2015

Framework

Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Development

  • Bitzer, V., Hamann, R., Hall, M., & Griffin-EL, E. W. (Eds.). (2015). The Business of Social and Environmental Innovation: New Frontiers in Africa.
  • Li, J., Bluemling, B., Dries, L., & Feng, S. (2014). Smallholder participation in large forestry programmes: The Camellia programme in Jiangxi province, China. Outlook on AGRICULTURE, 43(1), 45-51.
  • Arinloye, D. D. A., Linnemann, A. R., Hagelaar, G., Coulibaly, O., & Omta, O. S. (2015). Taking Profit from the Growing Use of Mobile Phone in Benin: A Contingent Valuation Approach for Market and Quality Information Access. Information Technology for Development, 21(1), 44-66.
  • Poldner, K., & Branzei, O. (2015). 14. David versus Goliath: how eco-entrepreneurs transform global ecosystems. Handbook of Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development Research, 342
  • Dentoni, D., English, F., & Schwarz, D. (2014). The Impact of Public R&D on Marketing and Supply Chains on Small Farms’ Market Sensing Capability. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 17 (1). Click here.
  • Volpato, G., Rossi, D., & Dentoni, D. (2013). A reward for patience and suffering: Ethnomycology and commodification of desert truffles among Sahrawi refugees and nomads of Western Sahara. Economic botany, 67(2), 147-160. Click here .

Organisational Learning and Change in Development

  • Wals, A. E. (2014). Sustainability in higher education in the context of the UN DESD: a review of learning and institutionalization processes. Journal of Cleaner Production, 62, 8-15. Click here.
  • Dentoni, D., and Ross, R.B. (2013). Towards a Theory of Managing Wicked Problems through Multi-Stakeholder Engagements: Evidence from the Agribusiness Sector. Editorial Article of the Special Issue “Managing Wicked Problems In Agribusiness. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 16(A). Click here.
  • Brouwer, H., Hiemstra, W., Vugt, S.V. & Walters, H. (2013). Analysing stakeholder power dynamics in multi-stakeholder processes: insights of practice from Africa and Asia. Knowledge Management for Development Journal, 9(3), 11-31. Click here.
  • Sol, J., Beers, P. J., & Wals, A. E. (2013). Social learning in regional innovation networks: trust, commitment and reframing as emergent properties of interaction. Journal of cleaner production, 49, 35-43. Click here.
  • Waddell, S., McLachlan, M., & Dentoni, D. (2013). Learning & Transformative Networks to Address Wicked Problems: A GOLDEN Invitation. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 16(A). Click here.

Value Chains and Networks in Development

  • Arinloye, D. D. A., Pascucci, S., Linnemann, A. R., Coulibaly, O. N., Hagelaar, G., & Omta, O. S. (2014). Marketing Channel Selection by Smallholder Farmers. Journal of Food Products Marketing, (ahead-of-print), 1-21.
  • Gorton, M., Angell, R., Dries, L., Urutyan, V., Jackson, E., & White, J. (2015). Power, buyer trustworthiness and supplier performance: evidence from the Armenian dairy sector. Industrial Marketing Management.
  • Hounhouigan, M. H., Linnemann, A. R., Ingenbleek, P., Soumanou, M. M., Trijp, H., & Boekel, M. A. (2014). Effect of physical damage and storage of pineapple fruits on their suitability for juice production. Journal of Food Quality, 37(4), 268-273.
  • Tessema, W. K., Ingenbleek, P. T., & van Trijp, H. C. (2014). Pastoralism, sustainability, and marketing. A review. Agronomy for sustainable development, 34(1), 75-92.
  • Peng, G., Trienekens, J., Omta, S. O., & Wang, W. (2014). Configuration of inter-organizational information exchange and the differences between buyers and sellers. British Food Journal, 116(2), 292-316. Click here.
  • Dries, L., Gorton, M., Urutyan, V., & White, J. (2014). Supply chain relationships, supplier support programmes and stimulating investment: evidence from the Armenian dairy sector. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 19(1), 98-107. Click here.
  • Ingenbleek, P.T. (2014). From Subsistence Marketplaces Up, from General Macromarketing Theories Down: Bringing Marketing’s Contribution to Development into the Theoretical Midrange. Journal of Macromarketing. Click here.
  • Abebe, G. K., Bijman, J., Kemp, R., Omta, O., & Tsegaye, A. (2013). Contract farming configuration: Smallholders’ preferences for contract design attributes. Food Policy, 40, 14-24. Click here.
  • Abebe, G. K., Bijman, J., Pascucci, S., & Omta, O. (2013). Adoption of improved potato varieties in Ethiopia: The role of agricultural knowledge and innovation system and smallholder farmers’ quality assessment. Agricultural Systems, 122, 22-32. Click here.
  • Arinloye, D. D. A., Linnemann, A. R., Hagelaar, G., Coulibaly, O., & Omta, O. S. (2013). Taking Profit from the Growing Use of Mobile Phone in Benin: A Contingent Valuation Approach for Market and Quality Information Access. Information Technology for Development. Click here.
  • Ingenbleek, P., Tessema, W. K., & van Trijp, H. (2013). Conducting field research in subsistence markets, with an application to market orientation in the context of Ethiopian pastoralists. International Journal of Research in Marketing, 30(1), 83-97. Click here.

Collective Action, Governance and New Organizational Forms in Development 

  • Bitzer, V., & Glasbergen, P. (2015). Business–NGO partnerships in global value chains: part of the solution or part of the problem of sustainable change?. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 12, 35-40.
  • Bitzer, V., & Bijman, J. (2014). Old Oranges in New Boxes? Strategic Partnerships between Emerging Farmers and Agribusinesses in South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies, 40(1), 167-183. Click here.
  • Bijman, J., Hendrikse, G., & Oijen, A. (2013). Accommodating Two Worlds in One Organisation: Changing Board Models in Agricultural Cooperatives. Managerial and Decision Economics, 34(3-5), 204-217. Click here.
  • Cechin, A., Bijman, J., Pascucci, S., Zylbersztajn, D., & Omta, O. (2013). Quality in Cooperatives versus Investor‐owned Firms: Evidence from Broiler Production in Paraná, Brazil. Managerial and Decision Economics, 34(3-5), 230-243. Click here.
  • Cechin, A., Bijman, J., Pascucci, S., & Omta, O. (2013). Decomposing the Member Relationship in Agricultural Cooperatives: Implications for Commitment. Agribusiness, 29(1), 39-61. Click here.
  • Zhang, L., Heerink, N., Dries, L., & Shi, X. (2013). Water users associations and irrigation water productivity in northern China. Ecological Economics, 95, 128-136. Click here.

Strategic Management and CSR in Development

  • Wesselink, R., Blok, V., van Leur, S., Lans, T., & Dentoni, D. (2014). Individual competencies for managers engaged in corporate sustainable management practices. Journal of Cleaner Production.
  • Osagie, E. R., Wesselink, R., Blok, V., Lans, T., & Mulder, M. (2014). Individual Competencies for Corporate Social Responsibility: A Literature and Practice Perspective. Journal of Business Ethics, 1-20.
  • Hounhouigan, M. H., Ingenbleek, P. T., Van der Lans, I. A., van Trijp, H. C., & Linnemann, A. R. (2014). The Adaptability of Marketing Systems to Interventions in Developing Countries: Evidence from the Pineapple System in Benin. Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 33(2), 159-172.
  • Blok, V., Sjauw-Koen-Fa, A., & Omta, O. (2013). Effective Stakeholder Involvement at the Base of the Pyramid: The Case of Rabobank. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 16(A). Click here.
  • Talamini, E., Wubben, E. F., Padula, A. D., & Dewes, H. (2013). Scanning the macro-environment for liquid biofuels: A comparative analysis from public policies in Brazil, United States and Germany. Journal of Strategy and Management, 6(1), 40-60. Click here.

 

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