4TH AGRIBUSINESS ECONOMICS CONFERENCE
"Globalizing Food Chains and the Emerging Economies"
10-11 July 2012, Davao City, The Philippines
Changes in the agrifood system are rapid. Liberalization policies in domestic and international markets are key drivers of these changes that lead to globalizing food chains. These ultimately increase quality standards and market requirements, which brings about new challenges, particularly for small producers in emerging markets.
With these challenges in mind, the Agribusiness Economics Conference aims to strengthen industry-academe partnership by providing a venue to present relevant researches and elicit feedback on the application and significance of research undertakings in the agribusiness industry, as well as foster and enhance networking and collaboration of various stakeholders.
This conference will tackle agribusiness potentials and issues in globalizing food chains, particularly their implications for emerging economies and small-scale producers.
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