Profitable aspects of mutualism in agricultural processing cooperatives
This study offers a model of analysis of the profitability of agricultural processing cooperatives based on agricultural products contributed by partners. The indexes of the model provide: 1) the degree of profitability of agricultural products contributed independent of income policy measures; 2) an estimate of conformity with the D.Lgs. n. 6/2003 law introduced in Italy on prevalent mutualism; 3) the effect of mutualism on the profitability of agricultural products contributed by partners. The applicability and the efficacy of the model have been verified on the basis of a firm study case.
Volume (Year): (2007)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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- Giovanni Ferri & Mattia Iotti, 2001. "Pianificazione e controllo nelle aziende agro-alimentari: il caseificio cooperativo," ECONOMIA AGRO-ALIMENTARE, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 6(3).
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