Hanna Edelmann

Hanna Edelmann
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna | boku · Institute for Sustainable Economic Development

MSc

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Introduction
Hanna Forster currently works at the Institute for Sustainable Economic Development, University of Natural Resources and Life Science Vienna. Hanna does research in the field of Rural Development and Coffee value chains.

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Zusammenfassung Alternative Lebensmittelnetzwerke zielen darauf ab, durch direkte Kontakte, Kommunikation und Vertrauen Nähe zwischen den beteiligten Akteurinnen und Akteuren herzustellen. Der Beitrag stellt einen deduktiv entwickelten Analyserahmen vor. Dieser dient zur Untersuchung geografischer und relationaler (organisatorischer, institutionell...
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Relationship coffee models are generally characterized by a shortened value chain and efforts to achieve social, economic, and environmental sustainability. In three case studies with farmers organized in cooperatives in Peru and buyers in Austria or Germany, we analyzed the proximity among the geographically distant value chain actors. This paper...
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In contrast to harmonised international food quality standards, local producers of food that is protected as geographical indication can adapt production rules. In a comparative multi-method case study approach, we analyse how constitutional and collective choice rules affect the negotiation of diverse interests and the adaptability of food quality...
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Protected designations of origin (PDO) and Protected geographical indications (PGI) in the European Union have been recognized through a sound legal framework for more than three decades. We are recently witnessing an increased number of amendments to the product specifications of registered PDO/PGI. This paper aims to understand how PDO/PGI for th...
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Food producers can define collective quality standards and legally protect the origin, characteristics, traditions and the reputation of a place-based product through geographical indications (GIs). Producers, processors and other relevant actors in the GI production system codify and adapt their production rules via the GI Product Specification an...
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In conventional food systems, there are often large social and geographical distances between production and consumption. Alternative food networks (AFNs) like relationship coffee models aim to shorten these distances through direct contacts, communication, trust, transparency or commitment to improve farmers’ livelihoods. These relationship coffee...
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Purpose – The protection of Geographical Indications (GIs) supports producers to define common quality standards while highlighting the geographical origin of food products with specific qualities. Adaptations of quality standards are driven by international competition, new production technologies or environmental change. The purpose of this paper...

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The PhD research aims to scrutinize different strategies to create social proximity in geographically long coffee value chains and to understand their effects on dominant challenges of the international coffee market.