Globalisation as a challenge or opportunity for organic farming

Ahmed El-Nagger, Andres Ounmaa, Eija Muukka, Ernestas Zaleckas, Gerda Abraityté, Imants Jansons, Jim Rasmussen, Johan Ahnström, Karin Pirhofer-Walzl, Katherine O’Doherty Jensen, Kirstine F. Jørgensen, Lina Sarunaite, Mara Bleidere, Marie Trydeman Knudsen, Massimo Pugliese, Merete Højrup Møller Nielsen, Natalia Bellostas Mugurerza, Petra Bakewell-Stone, Preben Klarskov Hansen, Sermed Adil Abed-Ali Al-KufaishiSofie Kobayashi, Torbjörn Rydberg, Vera Klubova, Viktoras Liorancas, Henning Høgh Jensen

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During one intensive week in October 2005, the authors were gathered to discuss the impact that globalisation has on the Organic Food Systems and the opportunities that globalisation opens up for developing these systems. The meeting took place as a Ph.D. course under the auspices of the Research School of Organic Farming and Food Systems (SOAR; All participants research within Organic Agriculture and Food Production in one way or another.
Original languageEnglish
Issue number1
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2006
Externally publishedYes


  • Organic
  • Farming
  • Globalisation
  • Developing countries
  • Global market


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