Project Deliverables

D1.1

A Protocol of Literature Reviews and a Coded Elaborated and Critical List of the Applied Methods in the Food Industry

D1.2

An In-Depth Picture and Evaluation of the Market Structure, Concentration and Competition of the Food Supply Chain in the EU (accompanied with a report of the case studies)

D1.3

Documentation and Analysis of the Existing Policies and Regulatory Framework

D2.1

A Report and a Detailed Database on the M&A Activity During the Last Decades in the Food Supply Chain

D2.2

An Empirical Evaluation of M&A Waves Observed Throughout EU

D2.3

A Consistent Microeconomic Model for the Analysis of the Dynamics of M&A Activity

D2.4

An Integrated Game-Theoretic Model for the Analysis of Strategic Interactions of M&A Activity

D2.5

An Empirical Assessment of the Driving Forces of M&A Activity in the Food Supply Chain (accompanied with a report of the case studies)

D3.1

A Report and a Database on the Technological Innovations and R&D Activity in the EU Food Supply Chain

D3.2

A Game-Theoretic Model for the Analysis of Vertical Trading Forms in Food Supply Chain

D3.3

An Integrated, Theoretical Framework for the Analysis of Firms Innovative Incentives and their Impacts on Market Efficiency and Welfare

D3.4

An Empirical Analysis on the Adoption and Diffusion of Technological Innovations in the Food Supply Chain (accompanied with a report of the case studies)

D3.5

A Portfolio of Policy Recommendations for the Improvement of the Food Supply Chain and a Set of New Merger Guidelines

D4.1

A Report on the European and US Food Labelling Laws and Purity Standards

D4.2

An Integrated, Theory-Consistent Framework of Analyzing the Behaviour of Heterogeneous Consumers, Heterogeneous Producers, and Imperfectly Competitive Input Supplying, Processing and Retailing Sectors

D4.3

An Analysis of the Market and Welfare Effects of Purity Standards in European Food Labelling Laws

D4.4

A Quantitative/Simulation Analysis of the Market and Welfare Effects of European Food Labelling Standards  [comments for Deliverable 4.4]

D4.5

A Synthetic Report on the Perceptions of the Food Chain’s Actors

D5.1

Development of Food Industry Models for Dynamic Productivity Measurement for the  EU Food Supply Chain

D5.2

Generate Measures of the Decomposition of the Contributions to Productivity Growth in Selective Sectors of the Food Supply Chain

D5.3

Analysis of the Relative Contributions of how the Food Industry is Extracting its Potential from Existing Technologies (accompanied with a report of the case studies)

D6.1

A Theoretical Framework for the Construction of a Complete Regional I-O Model

D6.2

A Report of the Constructed Regional I-O Tables along with the Linkage Coefficients & the Eliminating Process

D6.3

A Report Analyzing the Socioeconomic Importance of the Food Supply Chain in the Selected Remote Rural Areas

D7.1

A Leaflet Describing Project’s Broader Goals, Objectives and Expected Benefits.

D7.2

A Leaflet Summarizing the Results of the Empirical Research

- in English

- in Greek

- in Danish

- in Chechian

- in Dutch

- in German

D7.3

A Workshop on the Analysis of Food Industry Dynamics

D7.4

Publication of the Research Results in Scientific Outlets

D7.5

A CD-ROM containing all the Modelling Tools

D7.6

A Short Course on Modeling Tools          [agenda] [list of participants]

D7.7

Synthetic Reports on the situation and the future prospective of the national food industry [One for each participating country, including a brief summarising section]:

-UK

-The Netherlands

D.8.1

A Handbook/Guidelines for the Executive Committee

D.8.2

FOODIMA Website

D.8.3

Work Package specific evaluation (2 Mid-Term Reviews)

D.8.4

A Final Report on the Research Activities