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Heidi Bjønnes Larsen
University of Bergen
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#1Heidi Bjønnes Larsen (University of Bergen)H-Index: 1
#2Knut Bjørn Lindkvist (University of Bergen)H-Index: 6
Last.Torbjørn Trondsen (University of Bergen)H-Index: 13
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This chapter sums up the drivers and barriers for Norwegian producers in the Spanish market for salted fish. Four decisive changes in the lasting deep structures in the connecting value chain are identified in this book: (i) In the declining demand for traditional salted fish. (ii) In the composition of demanded products in the market. (iii) In the geographical patterns of the dominant consumer conventions and finally, (iv) In the lack of market oriented adaption of Norwegian-Spanish value chain...
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#1Heidi Bjønnes Larsen (University of Bergen)H-Index: 1
#2Knut Bjørn Lindkvist (University of Bergen)H-Index: 6
Last.Torbjørn Trondsen (University of Bergen)H-Index: 13
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This chapter presents a theoretical- analytical basis for investigation and discussion of the Norwegian-Spanish salted fish trade. The focus is on convention theory and value chain theory as analytical tools for this specific trade on salted fish. Special emphasis is put on Performance Drivers in the value chain and on specific contextual convention models for this salted fish trade through the value chain in Norway to Spain trade relations.
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#1Heidi Bjønnes Larsen (University of Bergen)H-Index: 1
This chapter departs from the ‘quality turn’ concept, which is an academic term for consumer shift from a price-biased focus to an emphasis on non-economic aspects of food such as health, food safety, green values and animal welfare. Inspired by the ‘quality turn’, this chapter asks if Spanish consumers in the near future will require a more natural color for salted fish and resist the addition of artificial additives in the fish. Because color is essential to consumer definitions of quality and...
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#1Heidi Bjønnes Larsen (University of Bergen)H-Index: 1
#2Knut Bjørn Lindkvist (Finnmark University College)H-Index: 6
Based on the stratified ontology of critical realism, this paper identifies four decisive, lasting diachronic and synchronic deep structures in a traditional European seafood value chain and seafood market. Realist philosophy constitutes a platform from which to explore strategies and possible new mechanisms to overcome export barriers that Norwegian producers face, and to adjust the current causal deep structures in the value chain for salted cod between Norway and Spain. The paper is based on ...
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