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Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona

  1. 1. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Information and Knowledge Society Doctoral Programme Amb el suport de la Secretaria d’Universitats i Recerca del Departament d’Economia i Coneixement de la Generalitat de Catalunya.
  2. 2. Short circuit of commercialization food schedule. Source: Elaborated by Binimelis & Descombes (2010) from Maréchal (2008); Valls (2006) and Venn et al. (2006). Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Types of Short Circuits of Food Consumption
  3. 3. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Historical review of Barcelona cooperatives timeline
  4. 4. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Barcelona Cooperatives and Suppliers Map
  5. 5. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Research Objectives 1) Evaluate the weight of SSE in the performance of each consumption group project, with the hypothesis of a high grade of SSE indicators accomplishment. 2) Analyse the network between producers and consumers, with the assumption of a strong local short circuit network. 3) Determinate the role of ICT in the development of this type of business model, with the hypothesis that ICTs contribute in a better network organization among the group consumer members and between consumers and producers.
  6. 6. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Methodology Quantitative methodology, such as statistics analysis and geographic information systems; and a qualitative methodology, around semi- structured interviews. We performed three data analyses: 1) The Social and Solidary Economy items grade of accomplishment of each cooperative. 2) Networks of producers and consumers: their connections and the geographical distance between product origin and the place where it is commercialized 3) The impact of ICTs in the organization of demand and supply.
  7. 7. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Social and Solidary Economy Items 1) Social Impact a) Proximity b) Fair trade c) Transparency d) Social Integration e) Cooperation f) Participation g) Ethical Finance 2) Environmental Impact a) Ecological Criteria b) Waste Management c) Energy Efficiency 3) Organization and activity a) Wage Levels b) Personal and Professional Development c) Genre equity d) Internal democracy e) Free Software
  8. 8. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Social and Solidary Economy Items – Social Impact
  9. 9. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Social and Solidary Economy Items – Environmental Impact
  10. 10. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Social and Solidary Economy Items – Organization & Work Impact
  11. 11. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Distance (Median) between Cooperatives and Suppliers 1 1 1 1 19 19 22 27 27 31 40 42 42 42 47 47 57 57 65 66 88 92 92 95 95 95 106 121 126 137 145 174 174 1,194 5,139 8,414 9,27110,128 1 10 100 1000 10000 100000 Dist. Q1 Dist. Mediana Dist. Q3
  12. 12. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Number of Cooperatives and Distance (Median) between Cooperatives and Suppliers 19 22 95 137 31 92 95 66 92 65 47 47 57 145 1,194 19 8,414 40 5,139 9,271 1 42 95 106 174 27 27 42 88 1 1 1 42 57 121 126 174 10,128 1 10 100 1000 10000 100000 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Cooperativas Dist. Q1 Dist. Mediana Dist. Q3
  13. 13. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Barcelona Cooperatives & Suppliers Consumption Network Analysis
  14. 14. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Interactions Size – Type of Products
  15. 15. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Interactions Size – Number of Products
  16. 16. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Role of ICT in the Development of this Type of Business Model 1) Organization tools (internal and suppliers) a) Google Drive b) Own Software c) Mail d) Mailing list 2) Communication tools a) Blog b) Facebook c) Twitter
  17. 17. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Conclusions 1) Exists an actual local network around the agro-food product. 2) Agro-food cooperatives have a high performance levels as measured by SEE indicators. 3) Proximity is one of the key issues of the initiatives analysed. 4) ICTs proves to add much value when it comes to the organization of agro-food commercialization.
  18. 18. Mapping agro-food consumption groups in the city of Barcelona R. Espelt, I. Peña-López, P. Losantos, E. Rodríguez, T. Martín and F. Pons Information and Knowledge Society Doctoral Programme Amb el suport de la Secretaria d’Universitats i Recerca del Departament d’Economia i Coneixement de la Generalitat de Catalunya. More information: www.ict4rd.net

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