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Towards a European Framework for Organic Market Information. Proceedings of the Second EISfOM European Seminar, Brussels, November 10 & 11, 2005

Rippin, Markus; Willer, Helga; Lampkin, Nicolas and Vaughan, Alison (Eds.) (2006) Towards a European Framework for Organic Market Information. Proceedings of the Second EISfOM European Seminar, Brussels, November 10 & 11, 2005. Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL, Frick, Switzerland.

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Summary

The project European Information System for Organic Markets (EISfOM) is a concerted action funded by the European Commission under key action 5 (Quality of Life) of the 5th Framework Research and Technological Development Programme (QLK5 2002-02400).
The main aim of the project is to develop a framework for the collection and processing of data on organic production and markets.
At the second EISfOM seminar, which took place in November 2005 in Brussels, a draft framework for a European Information System for Organic Markets was discussed and defined.
The proceedings of the seminar provide the papers presented, covering farm production, farm financial data, prices, consumers/consumption and supply balances/international trade. Detailed project information is available at www.eisfom.org
Table of Contents
Foreword
Towards a European Framework for Organic Market Information - Welcome and Opening Speech
Nikiforos Sivenas
European Action Plan for Organic Food and Farming - DG Agriculture Initiatives under Action Point 3
Eric Willems
Eurostat Initiatives on Organic Food and Farming Statistics
Lourdes LLorens Abando
European Case Studies on Information Systems for Organic Markets – Results and Recommendations
Norbert Gleirscher
Towards a Framework for European Organic Market Information - the EISfOM Vision and Summary of Recommendations
Nicolas Lampkin and Markus Rippin
The EISFOM Proposals
Klaas Jan Kramer, Markus Rippin, Helga Willer
The EISfOM Proposal for Production: Ministry User Response
Nathalie Rison Alabert
Comment on the EISfOM Proposal Farm Production: Certifyer Response
Michaela Coli
Administrative and Statistical Data Collection System for Organic Farming in Poland – Recommendations for Improvement
Marta Wróblewska and Sylwia Zakowska-Biemans
The EISfOM Framework for Harmonising Organic Farm Production Data – Do the Proposals Work for us?
Phil Stocker
Eurostat and ZMP Codes and Classification systems– Different Approaches and Ways to Harmonisation
Markus Rippin and Diana Schaack 55
Estimating Supply and Demand in Scotland’s Organic Sector: The SAC Organic Market Link Project
Caroline Bayliss
From Agricultural Census Data towards Harmonised Organic Production Data
Arthur I.M. Denneman
Information System for Organic Markets in Lithuania
V. Rutkovienė, G. Abraitytė, A. Savilionis, E. Čijauska
Characteristics of the organic data flow in Flanders: AMS: a key actor in Flanders for monitoring, reporting and analysis of organic data
Vincent Samborski, Koen Carels, Dirk Van Gijseghem
The Organic Market in Croatia
Sonja Karoglan Todorovic and Darko Znaor
Farm Level Production Data in Latvia’s Organic Farms
Livija Zarina
EISfOM Recommendations Concerning Farm Financial Data
Nicolas Lampkin
‘Organic’ Sampling and Weighting in Farm Accountancy Data Networks – A Discussion Note on Standard Gross Margins and Calibration
Beat Meier
Sampling of Organic Farms in the Dutch FADN: Lessons Learned
Hans C.J. Vrolijk
The Ministry Perspective of FADN
Rainer Meyer
The FADN and the Analysis of Organic Farming: the Italian Perspective
Paola Doria and Alfonso Scardera,
Berater-Praxis-Netzwerk (BPN) – the Consultant-Producer-Network
Rainer Löser
The Use of a Benchmark Tool Based on FADN for the Management of Organic Dairy Farms
Alfons Beldman, Wil Hennen and Gerben Doornewaard
Organic Farming in FADNs – Comparison Issues and Analysis
Frank Offermann and Nicolas Lampkin
Data Requirements for the Modelling of the Economic Potential for Conversion to Organic Farming
Eva Kerselaers, Lieve De Cock and Ludwig Lauwers
Osservatorio Prezzi Bio: A Model of Analysis of Price Trends on the Organic Food Markets Francesco Giardina and Benedetta Torani
Defining an EU-Reference System for Price Collection and Processing for Organic Products
Markus Rippin
Experiences of organic consumer-producer cooperatives in Andalusia (Spain): composition of the prices
Itziar Aguirre
Experiences of Collecting Direct Sales Data in the UK
Natalie Geen and Chris Firth
Experiences of a Price Exchange Group for UK Organic Vegetable Growers 134
Natalie Geen and Chris Firth
Approaches to Improving the Availability of European Organic Consumption and Retail Data – Methodological and Economic Issues
Toralf Richter
Results of an International Workshop on European Consumer and Retailer Panel Data for Organic Products in Bonn
Paul Michels
Biological Agriculture in the Netherlands: Working Towards Five Percent Organic
Johan Bakker
Consumption of Organic Food in Spain
Carmen Fuentes Bol
Consumer and Retail Panel Data for Organic Foods: the German ‘Puzzle Approach’ 156
Barbara Bien
European Consumer Panel Reporting of Organics
Elizabeth May
Information on Trade in Organic Products – The International Agency Point of View
Alexander Kasterine
The Need for Data from the Viewpoint of Policy Makers
Peter Crofts
Need for Data from the Viewpoint of Policy Makers: A Third Country Perspective 168
Juan Carlos Ramírez and Nora Liliana Puppi
Organic Trade Association Perspective A Questionnaire for Scientists and Statisticians
Conrad Thimm
Stakeholder Perspectives on Organic Food Supply Balances and International Trade Data
Alexander Gerber
Market Supply Balances and International Trade Data for Organic Goods: the viewpoint of the stakeholders
Victor Gonzálvez
Data for Supply Balances and International Trade – Possibilities to Build up Data Collecting and Processing Systems
Guido Recke and Ulrich Hamm
Compiling Supply Balance Sheets
Francis Weiler
International Trade in Organic Products from the Perspective of a National Statistical Office
Poul Henning Larsen
Institutional structures for EISfOM
Markus Rippin, Nicolas Lampkin and Raffaele Zanoli
Building European Knowledge: Towards the Seventh Framework Programme 2007-2013
Danielle Tissot
Conclusions of the 2nd EISfOM European Seminar
Nicolas Lampkin


EPrint Type:Book
Keywords:Organic farming statistics, survey, consumer surveys, Farms Structure Survey, FADN, Agripolicy, EISFOM, Statistik
Subjects: Knowledge management > Research methodology and philosophy > Specific methods > Surveys and statistics
Research affiliation: Switzerland > FiBL - Research Institute of Organic Agriculture Switzerland > Communication
Germany > Central Market and Price Report Office - ZMP
European Union > EISfOM
UK > Univ. Aberystwyth > Institute for Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS)
Germany > University of Kassel > Department of Agricultural- and Food Marketing
Deposited By: Willer, Dr. Helga
ID Code:6054
Deposited On:10 Feb 2006
Last Modified:28 Jun 2010 10:21
Document Language:English
Status:Published
Refereed:Not peer-reviewed
Additional Publishing Information:Printed versions of this book may be ordered at the FiBL Shop at www.shop.fibl.org

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