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Análise Sob A Ótica Da Nei/Ect Das Estruturas De Governança Na Cadeia Produtiva Da Ovinocaprinocultura No Distrito Federal

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  • Leitao, Fabricio Oliveira
  • Medeiros, Josemar Xavier De
  • Brisola, Marlon Vinicius
  • Silva, Ronaldo Dos Santos
  • Vieira, Debora De Faria Albernaz

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A cadeia produtiva da ovinocaprinocultura vem passando por transformações em suas estruturas de governança e ainda é considerada uma cadeia relativamente desorganizada no setor agropecuário. As formas de governança adotadas nas transações dos produtores de ovinos e caprinos vêm sendo foco de estudiosos desse setor. Para identificar quais são os problemas de coordenação enfrentados nessa cadeia foi feito um estudo de caso com o a Associação dos Criadores de Caprinos e Ovinos de Brasília (ACCOB) e da SINCCO (Sindicato dos Criadores de Caprinos e Ovinos do Distrito Federal). A NEI/ECT dá um suporte bastante pragmático para analisar as formas de governança que dominam as transações entre os agentes das cadeias produtivas; no caso da ovinocaprinocultura constatou-se que as transações da associação pesquisada assumem uma forma mista de governança. A atual falta de organização entre os produtores e a adequação de uma aliança estratégica horizontal adotada pela Associação sugere que essa forma de governança ou formas similares possam representar o futuro do setor, contribuindo para que a assimetria de informação e o oportunismo que tanto é evidente diminuam.--------------------------The productive chain of the lamb and goat comes passing for transformations in its structures of governance and still a chain relatively disorganized in the farming sector is considered. The adopted forms of governance in the transactions of the producers of lamb and goat come being focus of studious of this sector. To identify which they are the faced problems of coordination in this chain was made a study of case with the Association of the Lamb and Goat of Brasilia (ACCOB) and of the SINCCO (Union of the Lamb and Goat Creators of the Distrito Federal). The NEI/ECT gives a sufficiently pragmatic support to analyze the forms of governance that dominate the transactions between the agents of the productive chains, in the case of the chain of lamb and goat evidenced that the transactions of the searched association assume a mixing form of governance. The current lack of organization between the producers and the adequacy of the a horizontal strategic alliance adopted by the Association suggests that this similar form of governance or similar forms can represent the future of the sector, contributing so that the asymmetry of information and the opportunism, that as much is clear in this sector diminish.

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  • Leitao, Fabricio Oliveira & Medeiros, Josemar Xavier De & Brisola, Marlon Vinicius & Silva, Ronaldo Dos Santos & Vieira, Debora De Faria Albernaz, 2008. "Análise Sob A Ótica Da Nei/Ect Das Estruturas De Governança Na Cadeia Produtiva Da Ovinocaprinocultura No Distrito Federal," 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil 108634, Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:sbrfsr:108634
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