Presentation on theme: "Regoverning Markets Workshop, Warsaw 4-7.04.2006.1 Component 1 of the Regoverning Markets Programme TOR for the Polish Team Agata Malak-Rawlikowska."— Presentation transcript:
Regoverning Markets Workshop, Warsaw 4-7.04.2006.1 Component 1 of the Regoverning Markets Programme TOR for the Polish Team Agata Malak-Rawlikowska
2 Regoverning markets C1 objectives - POLAND The key goal of the Component 1 in Poland is to prepare evidence-based policy advice concerning the implications and opportunities for small dairy producers of agro-food market restructuring and to promote inclusiveness.
3 Problems addressed in the C1 research (1) restructuring process that had taken place during the transformation from centrally planned economy the research will include an analysis of an inheritance of the socialistic system as well as transition process accelerated by both: accession to the European Union and by global trends.
4 Problems addressed in the C1 research (2) A broad spectrum of other issues covering: -consolidation, multinationalisation and institutional changes in dairy industry -strategies undertaken at the farm level and determinants of farmers’ behaviour; -the linkages between producers, processors, retailers/wholesalers and final consumers; -power relationships within the chain and government intervention.
5 Organisation of the research Three levels: -macro (the policy issues and the national business environment), -meso (the different chain segments) -micro (household level). The linkages between these levels will be also analysed.
6 Tasks for the Polish Team Module 1- MACRO Identification of key policy issues, broad dairy supply chain issues and key stakeholders - to set the context for Module 2 and 3. (January - June 2006)
7 Tasks for the Polish team Module 2 – MESO Study of product and factor market change and institutional, social, and organizational context at the community level (January - June 2006) Module 3 – MICRO Farm-level analysis – (survey -local level) (August 2006 - August 2007)
8 Tasks for the Polish team CASE STUDY (1) Comprehensive evaluation of successful case of dairy sector development in the eastern region of Poland (Podlasie region), including socio-cultural environment of this part of agriculture. A successful story of small farmers inclusion in a relatively poor region will be analyzed;
9 Tasks for the Polish team CASE STUDY (2) The role of dairy sector in sustainable development of agriculture and local economy on the example of Mazury-lake area, which is an important dairy region in Poland.
10 Tasks for the Polish team CASE STUDY (3) Analysis of a new phenomenon, which is a cross-border integration of milk producers and milk processing plants between Poland and Germany. This issue will be a valuable contribution into an analysis of an impact of the European Union integration.
11 A preliminary structure of the Final Report (1) 1. General characteristics of the dairy sector in Poland (Jerzy Wilkin) –Socialist legacy –Stages of the sector evolution –Current situation –Research methodology
12 A preliminary structure of the Final Report (2) 2. Dairy market regulation in Poland (before and after EU accession) (Agata Malak-Rawlikowska) –Market support measures –Direct support measures –Supply control measures –Quality norms concerning dairy production at the farm level –Evolution of the budget for dairy market support (1989-2005)
13 A preliminary structure of the Final Report (3) 3. Changes in the dairy sector structure (Agata Malak-Rawlikowska, Jan Fałkowski) –Dairy producers, Food processing sector, Wholesaling sector, Retailing sector (situation at national, regional and local levels) –The role of demand factors (including export orientation) –The role of supply factors (FDI, consolidation, technological transformation)
14 A preliminary structure of the Final Report (4) 4. Institutional arrangements of dairy sector - changes in the governance of dairy sector (Jerzy Wilkin, Dominika Milczarek) –Institutional and organizational transformation (managerial, and organizational practices/behavior); –Corporate relations, power relationship, and contracting arrangements –Collective actions at the local and regional levels and interest groups –Social and cultural determinants
15 A preliminary structure of the Final Report (5) 5. Implications for small/medium producers and rural laborers of the restructuring of the food Industry (Dominika Milczarek, Jan Fałkowski) –Small farmers position on traditional and restructured markets – adjustment problems (e.g. net incomes and entry requirements) –Collective actions at the local level –Market strategies of farmers –Incentives and requirements in contracts related to new contract schemes
16 A preliminary structure of the Final Report (6) 6. Case studies (Jerzy Wilkin, Dominika Milczarek, Agata Malak-Rawlikowska, Jan Fałkowski) –Development of dairy sector in Podlasie region; –The role of dairy sector in sustainable development of agriculture and local economy (an example of Mazury-lake area); –Cross-border integration between Poland and Germany.
17 A preliminary structure of the Final Report (1) 7. Policy implications and recommendations ( Jerzy Wilkin) –The role of dairy sector in sustainable development of agriculture and local economy –Changing dairy market regime in the EU and its implications for Poland –Scenarios of the sector development