This theme includes organizational economic aspects of, for example, agri-food value chains, contract farming and agri-environmental schemes. The growing importance of vertical and horizontal coordination and the use of contracts in global agri-food value chains provide ample opportunities for extended research on the Bioeconomy within this theme.
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