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Development of a European Information System for Organic Markets - Improving the Scope and Quality of Statistical Data. Proceedings of the 1st EISfOM European Seminar, held in Berlin, Germany, 26-27 April, 2004

Recke, Guido; Willer, Helga; Lampkin, Nic and Vaughan, Alison (Eds.) (2004) Development of a European Information System for Organic Markets - Improving the Scope and Quality of Statistical Data. Proceedings of the 1st EISfOM European Seminar, held in Berlin, Germany, 26-27 April, 2004. FiBL-Report. Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL), CH-Frick.

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Summary

Contents
Plenary Session
Welcome address
Massimo Burioni
Introduction to the European Information System for Organic Markets and the aims of the 1st EISfOM European Seminar, Berlin, April 2004
Nicolas Lampkin
The current situation of data collection and processing of organic farming and marketing across Europe
Toralf Richter
Problems and solutions for the collection of data on organic markets: experiences from previous research projects
Ulrich Hamm
Current Eurostat initiatives on organic farming statistics
Ana Martinez
Organic agricultural statistics and information at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation: initiatives, opportunities and challenges
Robert Mayo
Stakeholder perspectives on the need for data and the role of private and public institutions
Victor Gonzálvez
Quality assurance issues in DCPS for agricultural commodities: an analysis of the theoretical and analytical tools and methods used in the assessment of data quality
Guido Recke
Data received from Member States in accordance with Regulation 2092/91
Per Ahle
Group 1: Farm Production - Farm Structure Survey (FSS) and administrative (2092/91) data
Results from the Community farm structure survey and Council Regulation (EEC) No. 2092/91 reporting: organic farming data and derived agri-environmental indicators
Koen Duchateau
Compilation of basic statistical data on organic farming in Europe and worldwide - challenges and opportunities
Minou Yussefi, Santiago Olmos, Helga Willer
Problems regarding the official statistical survey on organic agriculture in Italy 6
M. Adua and A. Pallotti
Opportunities for the development of organic data collection and processing based on Finnish experiences
Sampsa Heinonen
The “Observatoire”of French organic production: data collection since 1995 and
future developments
Katell Guernic
Organic production in official agricultural statistics of Germany
Torsten Blumöhr
Developing the data collection system for organic farming in Poland
Marta Wroblewska, Ewa Szymborska
International data harmonisation - learning from UK experiences
Rob Haward
Data collecting and evaluation of the organic agriculture system in Turkey
Erdal Süngü
Results of Group 1: Farm Structure Survey (FSS) and administrative (2092/91) data
Lizzie Melby Jespersen and Helga Willer
Group 2: Farm Incomes and Prices
Information systems on organic farming: FADN and market statistics
Krijn J. Poppe
Summarizing results from earlier EISfOM activities on farm incomes and farm level prices
Sjaak Wolfert
Current and future perspectives for economic analyses on organic farming with the EU-FADN
Alberto D’Avino
Comparing organic and conventional farm incomes in FADN - Issues in international
harmonisation and quality assurance
Frank Offermann
Acquisition of participants for the FADN in Germany and practical issues of
quality management
Rainer Meyer
The integration and analysis of data on organic farming in the Swiss Farm Accountancy Data Network
Beat Meier
ZMP-Comparison of producer prices for milk
Reinhard Schoch
Determination of organic product prices at farm level
Markus Rippin
Producer price premiums – an indicator for the viability of organic farming
at the European level?
Nicolas Lampkin
HDRA’s contribution to organic horticultural data collection in Europe
Ulrich Schmutz and Chris Firth
Results of Group 2: Farm Incomes and Prices
Jürn Sanders and Johan Bakker
Group 3: Supply chain/Trade (Import/Export) volumes and prices 147
Understanding organic markets and the production of relevant statistics with special focus on the trade/wholesaler/processor level
Jens Vestergaard
The price of organic fruit and vegetables: analysis of one year of monitoring from production to consumer in Italy
Francesco Giardina and Luigi Guarrera
BioStockManager®: A software solution for data collection along the whole supply chain
Harald Falkner
Statistics on organic farming and organic products in Denmark
Poul Henning Larsen
e-Cert, inspection and certification software
Frank Rumpe
Stakeholder perspectives and data management
Conrad Thimm
Results of Group 3: Statistics on organic farming: Supply Chain Level
Norbert Gleirscher and Raffaele Zanoli
Group 4: Retailers and consumers
Information from household panels about the market for organic farming
Micaela Schantl
Retailer and consumer panel data: strengths and weaknesses in surveying organic food demand
Paul Michels
bioVista – retail panel for the organic food market
Christoph Spahn
Consumer Price Monitoring in Germany - ZMP-Panel of retail trade
Hans-Theo Erkes
A European information system for organic markets based on current panels: A critical assessment of possibilities and constraints
Paul Michels
The Household Budget Surveys as a source of information for the study of the consumption of organic products
Antonio Puente Rodero
Surveys carried out in Hungary in connection with organic products and arising problems
Annamária Kovács
Results of Group 4: Consumer and Retailer Level
Sylwia Zakowska-Biemans, Toralf Richter, Susanne Lux, Gabriele Hempfling
Group 5: Supply Balance Sheets
Chair: Ulrich Hamm and Guido Recke; Rapporteur: Jessica Aschemann
Supply Balance Sheets
Francis Weiler
Results of Group 5: Supply Balance Sheets
Ulrich Hamm, Jessica Aschemann, Guido Recke
Group 6: Policy Evaluation
Evaluation of European organic farming policies - development of indicators
employing the MEANS framework
Jon Tuson and Nicolas Lampkin
OECD Work on Agri-environmental indicators: Lessons for data harmonisation and policy evaluation
Darryl Jones
Results of Group 6: Policy Evaluation
Nicolas Lampkin and Jon Tuson
Summary and conclusions of the 1st EISfOM European Seminar, Berlin, April 2004
Nicolas Lampkin


EPrint Type:Book
Keywords:Organic farming statistics, survey, consumer surveys, Farms Structure Survey, FADN, Agripolicy, EISFOM, Statistik
Subjects: Food systems > Markets and trade
Farming Systems > Farm economics
Knowledge management > Research methodology and philosophy > Specific methods > Surveys and statistics
Research affiliation: Switzerland > FiBL - Research Institute of Organic Agriculture Switzerland > Communication
Switzerland > FiBL - Research Institute of Organic Agriculture Switzerland > Statistics & Country Info
European Union > EISfOM
Switzerland > FiBL - Research Institute of Organic Agriculture Switzerland > Socio-Economics
UK > Univ. Aberystwyth > Institute for Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS)
Germany > University of Kassel > Department of Agricultural- and Food Marketing
Related Links:http://www.fibl.org/english/shop/show.php?sprache=EN&art=1339, http://orgprints.org/view/projects/eu-eisfom.html, http://www.eisfom.org
Deposited By: Willer, Dr. Helga
ID Code:2935
Deposited On:27 Aug 2004
Last Modified:28 Jun 2010 10:23
Document Language:English
Status:Published
Refereed:Not peer-reviewed
Additional Publishing Information:The 1st EISfOM seminar and this volume of proceedings have been carried out with financial support
from the Commission of the European Communities under Key Action 5 of the Fifth Framework
Programme for Research and Technological Development and co-funding by the Swiss Federal Office for
Education and Science (BBW) for the concerted action "European Information System for Organic
Markets" (EISfOM, QLK5-CT-2002-02400; BBW Nr. 02.0291). The views expressed are those of the
authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission, nor do they in any way
anticipate the Commission's future policy in this area.
The editors also gratefully acknowledge the generous financial support of the CMA Centrale Marketing-
Gesellschaft der deutschen Agrarwirtschaft mbH for the first EISfOM seminar, held in Berlin, Germany,
26-27 April, 2004.

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