Centralized Marketing in an Export-oriented Perishable Goods Industry

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Dyonon, 1990 - Cooperative marketing of farm produce - 256 pages
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Contents

Acknowledgements
1
In CHAPTER
5
Organization of the Study
7
Components of the Model and Their Characteristics
13
Means and Systems for Getting Organized
21
Types of Competition in the Selling Markets M
28
Profitability Considerations
34
The Marketers Considerations
41
Periodic Orders and the Balancing Problem
160
Supplements to Chapter 6
166
The Market Results Matrix
168
Managements Request Matrix
169
Final Matrix with Weights A30 B36 C35
170
Final Matrix with Weights A20 B35 C45
171
Actual Final Matrix 198788
174
Exhibit 36 Repeated with an Alternative Exhibit 35
179

Considerations for the Marketer in Increasing Quantities
57
The C M B 1 in Germany
72
The Parameters and Exogenous Variables
80
An Illustration of the Models Performance
87
Strategic Results 4 Exhibits
93
The Major Inputs of the Model
107
The Distribution Model
118
In CHAPTER 6
123
The Weights of the Components
127
Disturbances and Their Resolutions
133
The Share Rule for Supplying Produce
142
The Share Rule for Season T+l
146
Season T Type 2
147
Monthly SizeSpecification
152
Actual Return at Packing House Gate
153
Total Produce and Export Availability
154
Total Income Based on Previous Exhibits
155
An Amended Share Rule
156
Total Income Alternative
157
Final Share Rule Index
158
Optimal Total Income
159
Exhibit 37 Repeated with an Alternative Exhibit 35
180
Size Mix of Four Producers
181
Actual Final Matrix
182
Actual Final Matrix as Amended
183
Product G Calculation Table
184
Changes in Value over Time
185
Final Matrix with Weights A40 B35 C25
186
Final Matrix with Weights A25 B35 C40
188
N A ShortPeriod Product Unstreamlined
190
N Streamlined
192
Abbott on Marketing Boards
195
Abbott on Agricultural Marketing Enterprises
202
Societal Marketing Boards
208
Summary and Conclusions
216
A Numerical Presentation
226
In CHAPTER 7
227
The Profitability of Postponing Deliveries
229
A Final Remarks on the Matrix
232
Shipments and Sales of a Shamouti Orange
242
Bibliography and References
252
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