Il Commercio Equo: un modello replicabile per lo sviluppo sostenibile

Titolo Rivista RIVISTA DI STUDI SULLA SOSTENIBILITA'
Autori/Curatori Angela Mariani, Elena Viganò
Anno di pubblicazione 2013 Fascicolo 2013/1 Lingua Italiano
Numero pagine 13 P. 149-161 Dimensione file 201 KB
DOI 10.3280/RISS2013-001012
Il DOI è il codice a barre della proprietà intellettuale: per saperne di più clicca qui

Qui sotto puoi vedere in anteprima la prima pagina di questo articolo.

Se questo articolo ti interessa, lo puoi acquistare (e scaricare in formato pdf) seguendo le facili indicazioni per acquistare il download credit. Acquista Download Credits per scaricare questo Articolo in formato PDF

Anteprima articolo

FrancoAngeli è membro della Publishers International Linking Association, Inc (PILA)associazione indipendente e non profit per facilitare (attraverso i servizi tecnologici implementati da CrossRef.org) l’accesso degli studiosi ai contenuti digitali nelle pubblicazioni professionali e scientifiche

This paper aims to discuss Fair Trade as an alternative economic model, that aims to help producers in developing countries to make better trading conditions and promote sustainability, enforceable in economic and social contexts other than its traditional scope. The paper analyzes the critical issues facing developing countries in their participation in international trade. It then describes the key elements of the Fair Trade and its main impact. Finally the working principles of Fair Trade which could be properly implemented in domestic food systems of developed countries are underlined.;

Keywords:Commercio equo, commercio internazionale, paesi in via di sviluppo, equità, sviluppo sostenibile, sistema agroalimentare

  1. Carter R.E., Curry D.J. (2010). Transparent pricing: theory, tests, and implications for marketing practice. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 38, 6: 759-774, DOI: 10.1007/s11747-010-0189-2
  2. Centre for Evaluation-Ceval (2012). Assessing the Impact of Fairtrade on Poverty Reduction through Rural Development. Germany: Saarland University.
  3. Covino D., Mariani A., Vastola A., Viganò E. (2010). “Which rules and criteria for a fairer market: a conceptual framework and some evidences about the Italian food supply chain”, 119th Seminar of the European Association of Agricultural Economists, June 30-July 2, 2010 - Capri, Naples (Italy).
  4. Disdier A.-C., Fontagné L., Mimouni M. (2007). The Impact of Regulations on Agricultural Trade: Evidence from SPS and TBT Agreements. CEPII Working Papers n. 04.
  5. Fairtrade International (2012). For Producers, with Producers Annual Report 2011-12.
  6. Fairtrade Labelling Organizations (2012). Monitoring the scope and benefits of Fairtrade fourth Edition.
  7. Howard P.H., Allen P. (2008). Consumer willingness to pay for domestic ‘fair trade’: Evidence from the United States. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 23(3): 235-242, DOI: 10.1017/S1742170508002275
  8. Hudson M., Hudson I., Fridell M.(2013). Fair trade, Sustainability, and Social Change. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, DOI: 10.1057/9781137269850
  9. Lecomte T. (2007). Le commerce sera équitable. Paris, Eyrolles: Édition d’Organisation.
  10. Mariani A. (2011). Commercio internazionali dei prodotti agroalimentari e Paesi In Via di Sviluppo: considerazioni sulla regolamentazione della Wto e sul Doha Round. In: Quali modelli per l’agricoltura: problemi ed esperienze dalle Marche all’Europa. Collana “Quaderni Europei” del Centro di documentazione europea n. 5, Università di Catania.
  11. Mariani A., Viganò E. (2009). Valorizzare nella supply chain le dimensioni di sostenibilità delle produzioni biologiche: spunti di riflessione dall’esperienza del commercio equo e solidale. In: Crescimanno M., Schifani G (a cura di). Agricoltura biologica: sistemi produttivi e modelli di commercializzazione e di consumo. Palermo.
  12. Nelson V., Pound B. (2009). The Last Ten Years: A Comprehensive Review of the Literature on the Impact of Fairtrade. Natural Resources Institute (NRI), University of Greenwich.
  13. Oxfam (2002). Rigged Rules and Double Standards, trade, globalization, and the fight against poverty.
  14. Padel S., Gössinger K. (eds.) (2008). CORE Organic Project Series Report Deliverable no. 1 (WP 1 and WP 2) Farmer Consumer Partnerships Communicating Ethical Values: a conceptual framework.
  15. Padel S., Zander K. (2009). “OrganicPlus values and their relevance to consumers: First results from the CORE FCP project”. Paper presented at the 1st Nordic Organic Conference 18-20th May 2009 in Gothenburg.
  16. Reardon T., Timmer C.P. (2008). The rise of supermarkets in the global food system. In: Von Braun J., Diaz-Bonilla E. (edited by). Globalization of food and Agriculture and The Poor. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  17. Romano D. (2007). What have we learned about globalization?. In: Yotopoulos P.A, Romano D. (edited by). The Asymmetries of Globalization. London: Routledge.
  18. Stiglitz J.E. (2006). La globalizzazione che funziona. Torino: Einaudi.
  19. Stiglitz J.E. (2002). La globalizzazione e i suoi oppositori. Torino: Einaudi.
  20. Tangermann S. (2011). Policy Solutions to Agricultural Market Volatility: A Synthesis, International Center for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD). Issue Paper n. 33.
  21. Toler S., Briggeman B., Lusk J., Adams D. (2009). Fairness, farmers market, and local production. American Journal Agricultural Economics, 91(5): 1272-1278, DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8276.2009.01296.x
  22. Trostle R. (2008). Global Agricultural Supply and Demand: Factors Contributing to the Recent Increase in Food Commodity Prices, USDA Washington D.C.
  23. VanderHoff Boersma F. (2009). The Urgency and Necessity of a Different Type of Market: The Perspective of Producers Organized Within the Fair Trade Market. Journal of Business Ethics, 86: 51-61, DOI: 10.1007/s10551-008-9766-4
  24. Viganò E. (2008). Che cos’è il commercio equo e solidale. Roma: Carocci editore.
  25. Watkins K. (2008). Agricultural trade, Globalization and the Rural poor. In: Journal of Business Ethics (edited by). Globalization of food and Agriculture and The Poor. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  26. World Bank (2005). Food Safety and Agricultural Health Standard. Challenges and Opportunities for Development Countries Exports. Washington D.C.
  27. Yotopoulos P.A, Romano D. (edited by) (2007). The Asymmetries of Globalization. London: Routledge.

  • Case Studies in the Beer Sector Barbara Francioni, Elena Viganò, pp.183 (ISBN:9780128177341)
  • Finding the right price: supply chain contracts as a tool to guarantee sustainable economic viability of organic farms Elena Viganò, Martina Maccaroni, Selene Righi, in International Food and Agribusiness Management Review /2022 pp.411
    DOI: 10.22434/IFAMR2021.0103
  • Factors fostering and hindering farmers' intention to adopt organic agriculture in the Pesaro-Urbino province (Italy) Maurizio Canavari, Federico Gori, Selene Righi, Elena Viganò, in AIMS Agriculture and Food /2022 pp.108
    DOI: 10.3934/agrfood.2022008
  • Willingness-to-pay for sustainability-labelled chocolate: an experimental auction approach Riccardo Vecchio, Azzurra Annunziata, in Journal of Cleaner Production /2015 pp.335
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2014.08.006
  • Social Farming: Heterogeneity in Social and Agricultural Relationships Angela Genova, Martina Maccaroni, Elena Viganò, in Sustainability /2020 pp.4824
    DOI: 10.3390/su12124824
  • The Organic Districts in Italy. An Interpretative Hypothesis in the Light of the Common Pool Resources Theory Alberto Sturla, Elena Viganò, Laura Viganò, in ECONOMIA AGRO-ALIMENTARE 2/2019 pp.429
    DOI: 10.3280/ECAG2019-002013
  • Enhancement of food production quality: the truffle case Elena Viganò, Federico Gori, Antonella Amicucci, in ECONOMIA AGRO-ALIMENTARE 3/2020 pp.587
    DOI: 10.3280/ECAG2019-003002
  • Green metamorphoses: agriculture, food, ecology E. Viganò, A. Genova, M. Angioni, pp.451 (DOI:10.3920/978-90-8686-898-8_42)
  • Green metamorphoses: agriculture, food, ecology E. Viganò, L. Bravi, F. Murmura, E. Savelli, E. Waguri, pp.95 (DOI:10.3920/978-90-8686-898-8_5)

Angela Mariani, Elena Viganò, Il Commercio Equo: un modello replicabile per lo sviluppo sostenibile in "RIVISTA DI STUDI SULLA SOSTENIBILITA'" 1/2013, pp 149-161, DOI: 10.3280/RISS2013-001012