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Assessing the role of the research in the transition to organic farming by using the Actor Network Theory: lessons from two case studies in France and Bulgaria Organic Eprints
Quiédeville, Sylvain; Slavova, Petya; Touzard, Jean-Marc; Barjolle, Dominique.
This paper explores the potential of Actor Network Theory (ANT) in understanding how the process of interaction and translation between human and non-human actors contribute to the development, adoption and diffusion of science-based innovations linked to the transition to organic farming. The study relies on two case studies, the French Camargue case covering a range of technical and social innovations, and the case from Bulgaria focusing on the development of a technical and product innovation, i.e. a veterinary product for organic beekeeping. The paper shows the limitations of classical approaches in studying innovations since they underestimate the role of heterogeneous actors, their status, and how they interact with each other. We argue that focusing...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Environmental aspects; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33685/1/Theme1_Qui_deville.pdf
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Comment évaluer les impacts des innovations en agronomie? Organic Eprints
Devaux-Spatarakis, Agathe; Quiédeville, Sylvain.
Depuis les années 2000, les chercheurs engagés dans une démarche d’innovation doivent répondre à des impératifs d’évaluation émanant de bailleurs de fonds, d’agences nationales de recherche et de développement, ou de la société civile. Afin de satisfaire cette demande, les chercheurs, dans le champ de l’agronomie, doivent mobiliser des méthodes et des outils leur permettant de rendre compte des effets de leurs propositions non seulement sur le plan agronomique, mais aussi sur les plans économique, social ou environnemental. Ce chapitre présente les différentes méthodes d’évaluation pouvant être mobilisées, ainsi que les arbitrages à effectuer afin de choisir l’approche la plus adaptée à l’innovation étudiée ainsi qu’aux questions posées par l’évaluation....
Tipo: Book chapter Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Food systems; Environmental aspects.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/34359/1/spatarakis-quiedeville-2018-InnovationDeveloppement_EditionQuae_chapitre14-p209-222.pdf
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Contribution of Social Network Analysis for evaluating Impacts of Science-Based Research and Innovation Program: The example of the farmers’ conversion to organic crop production in Camargue Organic Eprints
Quiédeville, Sylvain.
This contribution is a methodological research paper that aims to demonstrate the relevance of undertaking a Social Network Analysis (SNA) for ex-post evaluating Impacts of Science-Based Research and Innovation Program (ISRIP) in the agricultural sector. Our study is based on the ISRIP Method, which is derived from the Participatory Impact Pathway Analysis (PIPA). The ISRIP Method is characterized by the organization of stakeholders’ workshops; and SNA is part of the evaluation process. In this paper, we substantially re-question the rationale of undertaking a SNA to help evaluate the impacts, role and contribution of the research through the example of farmers’ conversion to organic crop production in the French Camargue. Our analysis shows the interest...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2016
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Contribution of Social Network Analysis for evaluating Impacts of Science-Based Research and Innovation Program: The example of the farmers’ conversion to organic crop production in Camargue Organic Eprints
Quiédeville, Sylvain.
This contribution is a methodological research paper that aims to demonstrate the relevance of undertaking a Social Network Analysis (SNA) for ex-post evaluating Impacts of Science-Based Research and Innovation Program (ISRIP) in the agricultural sector. Our study is based on the ISRIP Method, which is derived from the Participatory Impact Pathway Analysis (PIPA). The ISRIP Method is characterized by the organization of stakeholders’ workshops; and SNA is part of the evaluation process. In this paper, we substantially re-question the rationale of undertaking a SNA to help evaluate the impacts, role and contribution of the research through the example of farmers’ conversion to organic crop production in the French Camargue. Our analysis shows the interest...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://orgprints.org/32880/1/quiedeville_2017_fteval_journal_43_pp30-33.pdf
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Der Lebensyzklus eines Kleidungsstücks aus Baumwolle Organic Eprints
Curran, Michael; Epple, Rolf; Quiédeville, Sylvain.
Der Lebensyzklus eines Kleidungsstücks aus Baumwolle.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Crop husbandry Processing; Packaging and transportation Produce chain management Environmental aspects.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/34859/1/Poster_ToT_Baumwolle_Lebenszyklus_Frick_2018_Final_web.pdf
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Durabilité systémique de la filière du riz Camarguais: comparatif et interaction entre la sous-filière bio et conventionnelle Organic Eprints
Quiédeville, Sylvain.
La durabilité de la filière du riz camarguais se pose avec une acuité particulière. Il est surtout question de la suppression récente de l’aide couplée Riz de même que de la future réforme de la PAC. Et la durabilité de la filière se pose en des termes singuliers quant à la « conservation » du territoire camarguais, étant donné le rôle du riz pour la désalinisation des terres. Nous proposons dans cette étude de rendre compte de la durabilité systémique de la filière du riz camarguais en s’attachant spécifiquement au rôle de l’IGP pour le mode de production conventionnel de même qu’à l’émergence de la sous-filière Bio. L’hypothèse de fond était que la sous-filière Bio soit plus solide que son homologue en conventionnel et qu’elle confère une plus grande...
Tipo: Thesis Palavras-chave: "Organics" in general; Social aspects; Food systems; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://orgprints.org/32865/1/Qui%C3%A9deville_Sylvain_2013_Memoire-Riz-corrected.pdf
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Evaluating the impacts of agricultural innovations Organic Eprints
Devaux-Spatarakis, Agathe; Quiédeville, Sylvain.
Since the 2000s, researchers engaged in innovation processes are having to respond to the demand of donors, national research and development agencies and civil society that their research should be open to evaluation. In order to meet this demand, agricultural researchers have to use tools and methods to help them determine the effects of their proposals, not only at agronomic level, but also on the economic, social and environmental dimensions. This chapter presents the different evaluation methods that can be used, as well as the trade-offs to be made in order to choose the approach that is most appropriate for the innovation under study and for issues raised by the evaluation. Two case studies on the use of methods to evaluate the impact of research,...
Tipo: Book chapter Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Food systems; Environmental aspects.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/34280/1/spatarakis-quiedeville-2018-InnovationDevelopment_EditionQuae_chapter14-p251-268.pdf
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Ex-post assessment of impacts of research on innovations for organic farming : issues, methods, tools and instruments Organic Eprints
Quiédeville, Sylvain.
This thesis intends to evaluate, develop and test different qualitative methods and ways of ex-post assessing the impacts and contribution of the research on innovation processes and the society, in relation to the transition to organic agriculture. We have conducted two case studies focusing on the transition to organic farming. First is the Camargue case (in France) that encompasses a broad range of technical innovations. Second is on the development of the organic product Ecostop to protect bees against the varroatosis disease in Bulgaria. We evaluate the potential of a broad approach based on the Participatory Impact Pathway Analysis (PIPA) and adapted & complemented by several other methods (first article, part 4), as well as the potential of...
Tipo: Thesis Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Food systems; Research methodology and philosophy; Environmental aspects.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://orgprints.org/33613/1/Thesis_Quiedeville_Published_Supagro.pdf
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Ex-Post Evaluation of the Impacts of the Science-Based Research and Innovation Program: A New Method Applied in the Case of Farmers’ Transition to Organic Production in the Camargue Organic Eprints
Quiédeville, Sylvain; Barjolle, Dominique; Mouret, Jean-Claude; Stolze, Matthias.
This paper aims to assess the contribution, role, and impacts of the Science-Based Research and Innovation Program (ISRIP) on farmers’ transition to organic production in the Camargue. Focusing on how, and to what extent, research actors have contributed to the innovation pathway, we applied a methods-mix. The Participatory Impact Pathway Analysis (PIPA) was used to uncover complex mechanisms along the innovation process; the Outcome Harvesting method to adapt PIPA to the requirements of an ex-post evaluation, and the Social Network Analysis (SNA) to emphasize actors’ relationships in relation to the development process. We demonstrate that the research has contributed to change by developing co-learning interactions with farmers, although this was not...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/31135/7/Qui%C3%A9deville%20et%20al%202017%20-%20Ex-post%20evaluation%20Camargue%20-%20cairn.info.pdf
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Food systems and farmers’ bargaining power: The case of "Unfair Trade Practices" in the EU Organic Eprints
de Porras Acuna, Miguel Angel; Quiédeville, Sylvain.
EU agricultural policies have often been formulated from an “orthodox approach”, without directly tackling the issue of markets structure that tend to lower the power and economic welfare of farmers. This situation reveals a need to better comprehend the long-standing dynamics and processes determining the structural position of farmers to find suitable strategies for pushing forward more sustainable food value chain models. Classical and neo-classical economic approaches to the problem often consider Unfair Trade Practices (UTP) as only cyclical phenomenon caused by temporary disequilibrium on the market. Market forces are intended to stabilise prices and to balance power among value chain actors. Such approaches underestimate the role played for example...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Social aspects; Markets and trade; Produce chain management.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33671/1/Theme5_de_Porras_Acuna.pdf
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Impacts of science-based research and innovation program: The case of farmers’ transition to organic production in Camargue Organic Eprints
Quiédeville, Sylvain; Barjolle, Dominique; Stolze, Matthias; Mouret, Jean-Claude.
This paper attempts to assess the impacts of science-based research and innovation program (ISRIP) of farmer’s transition to organic rice in Camargue. We applied a methods-mix revolving around the Impact Pathway Analysis (IPA) with the goal of shedding light on complex mechanisms that occur along innovation processes and ex-post reconstructing the impact pathway of the “basket of innovations” which was identified as the main innovation in the theory of change of the program. The analysis allows identification of the specific role of the research. We demonstrate that the French National Institute of Research Agriculture (INRA) contributed to change in supporting growers through experimental trials, discussions and leaflets even though the rice producers...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Food systems; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/30961/1/Qui%C3%A9deville%20et%20al%202015%20-%20IMPAR%20conference.pdf
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Impacts of science-based research and innovation programmes: The case of farmers' transition to organic rice in Camargue Organic Eprints
Quiédeville, Sylvain; Stolze, Matthias; Mouret, Jean-Claude; Barjolle, Dominique.
This paper attempts to assess the Impacts of Science-based Research and Innovation Programme (ISRIP) of farmer’s transition to organic rice in Camargue. We applied a methods-mix revolving around the Impact Pathway Analysis (IPA) with the goal of shedding light on complex mechanisms that occur along innovation processes and reconstructing ex-post the impact pathway of the “basket of innovations” which was identified as main innovation in the theory of change of the programme. The analysis allows identifying the specific role of the research. We demonstrate that INRA contributed to change in supporting growers through experimental trials, discussions and leaflets even though individual farmer’s testing played a more important role to find relevant...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2015
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IMPRESA case study brief: Transition to organic production - The case of the Camargue in France Organic Eprints
Quiédeville, Sylvain; Schmid, Otto; Stolze, Matthias; Barjolle, Dominique.
This case study focuses on the transition to organic farming in the French Camargue. A research programme was launched in the year 2000 with the objective of expanding organic farming in the territory and thus responding to the severe environmental problems, e.g. the pollution of the Rhône River. The main impacts of the research – additionally driven by external factors, especially economic ones – are the increase in the surface under organic rice (the main crop in the territory) as well as increased revenues at farm level. We hereby trace back the innovation pathway, describe the key influencing factors and draw general conclusions for research and innovation in EU agriculture.
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Policy environments and social economy.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/30555/1/IMPRESA_CS_brief_FR_Organic_production_final.pdf
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IMPRESA WP3: Case Study Report - Transition towards organic farming in the Camargue Organic Eprints
Quiédeville, Sylvain; Barjolle, Dominique; Stolze, Matthias; Schmid, Otto.
In this report we assess the contribution, role, and impacts of the Science-Based Research and Innovation Program (ISRIP) on farmers’ transition to organic production in the Camargue. We have applied a qualitative method based on the Participatory Impact Pathway Analysis (PIPA) and complemented by other methods to adapt it to the requirements of an-ex-post evaluation (with Outcome Harvesting), to identify the role played by the different actors along the innovation pathway (with the Social Network Analysis), to validate the pathway links (with the Process tracing) and to identify the crucial components in the pathway (by asking counterfactual questions to stakeholders). We demonstrate that the research has played a limited role to support farmers’...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Policy environments and social economy.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/30726/1/IMPRESA_WP3_case_study_report_FR_Camargue_final.pdf
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IMPRESA WP3: Case Study Synthesis Report Organic Eprints
Schmid, Otto; Quiédeville, Sylvain; Sterly, Simone; Barjolle, Dominique; Midmore, Peter.
This synthesis report, which provides a comparative analysis of individual case studies of science-based agricultural innovation, is a deliverable of the IMPRESA (the IMPact of RESearch on EU Agriculture) project. It compares and contrasts the impact pathways from agricultural research through the causal framework of case-specific individual research-based innovations. The synthesis is based on comprehensive and detailed case study reports prepared by research teams of six of the partner institutions working on the project.
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Policy environments and social economy.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/30940/1/IMPRESA_WP3_synthesis_report.pdf
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Organisation en réseau et durabilité systémique de deux filières alimentaires Organic Eprints
Bassene, J-B; Quiédeville, Sylvain; Chabrol, Didier; Lançon, Frédéric; Moustier, Paule.
La durabilité des filières alimentaires est questionnée par les pouvoirs publics et les consommateurs, qui tendent à défendre des formes alternatives de production, respectueuses de l'environnement, économiquement et socialement acceptables. Ces formes sont toutefois confrontées à des freins techniques, économiques et institutionnels d'où un questionnement sur leur capacité à se développer et à se maintenir, et donc sur leur durabilité. A partir d'une étude systémique de deux filières alternatives, le petit épeautre de Haute Provence et le riz biologique de Camargue, nous nous sommes attachés à comprendre comment l'organisation des acteurs peut influer sur les trois piliers du développement durable. Nous exposons une manière de considérer le développement...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Food systems.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://orgprints.org/30554/7/index.html
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Policy Brief: Factors Fostering the Effectiveness and Performance of Agricultural Research Organic Eprints
Schmid, Otto; Quiédeville, Sylvain; Sterly, Simone; Barjolle, Dominique; Midmore, Peter.
This Policy Brief identifies factors that facilitate or limit the effectiveness and per- formance of scientific research on agriculture (SRA) in terms of innovation and desired changes. Findings and the ensuing recommendations are based on an investigation of research-based innovations in six regional case studies with a Participatory Impact Pathway assessment approach. Institutional and policy frameworks have played important roles as either enabling or hindering factors. They were particularly important in raising funding for research as well as enabling product registration and marketing innovations. Policy recommendations focus on strengthening agricultural innovation support, engaging with the private sector, coordination of research and innovation...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Policy environments and social economy; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/30966/1/IMPRESA_WP3_Policy_Brief_-_Effectiveness_and_Performance_of_Research.pdf
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PrOPara project workshop Focus Group Manual: Step-wise Approach (Project deliverable 10.(WP4)) Organic Eprints
Quiédeville, Sylvain; Moakes, Simon.
This handbook is a deliverable (WP4) from the EU-funded PrOPara project. The PrOPara project aspires to i) assess existing knowledge from research, development and benchmarking studies on alternatives to parasite control on organic ruminant farms, ii) collecting novel data on disease prevalence, risk assessment analysis and parasite control measures, through monitoring (farm surveys and stakeholder participation studies), iii) performing cost-benefit analysis on alternative parasite control measures and iv) developing and delivering technical innovation to facilitate implementation of sustainable parasite control strategies. This handbook serves as a baseline to conduct workshops with stakeholders in France and Scotland. It provides the organisers with a...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Farm economics; Social aspects; Sheep and goats; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33600/1/Propara%20handbook_10.04.2018.pdf
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Research Brief: Analysis of Impact Pathways of Research on Agriculture Organic Eprints
Schmid, Otto; Quiédeville, Sylvain; Sterly, Simone; Barjolle, Dominique; Midmore, Peter.
The findings and recommendations presented in this Research Brief are based on six regional case studies, which were performed to develop and test a methodological framework for assessing the impacts of Scientific Research on Agriculture (SRA). The aim was to investigate the complex innovation processes occurring along related impact pathways. The case studies were selected in five countries for their agro-ecological and socio-economic diversity. The methodology developed was based on the Participatory Impact Pathway Analysis(PIPA) and complemented by some additional methods, mainly to adapt the PIPA approach to the requirements of an ex-post impact assessment (using Outcome Harvesting). We also put more emphasis on the role of the actor network,...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Farming Systems; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/30965/1/IMPRESA_WP3_Research_Brief_-_Impact_Pathways.pdf
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Socio-economic impacts of alternative GIN control practices. Project deliverable 11 (WP4) Organic Eprints
Quiédeville, Sylvain; Moakes, Simon.
This report is a deliverable (WP4) from the EU-funded PrOPara project. The PrOPara project aspires to i) assess existing knowledge from research, development and benchmarking studies on alternatives to parasite control on organic ruminant farms, ii) collecting novel data on disease prevalence, risk assessment analysis and parasite control measures, through monitoring (farm surveys and stakeholder participation studies), iii) performing cost-benefit analysis on alternative parasite control measures and iv) developing and delivering technical innovation to facilitate implementation of sustainable parasite control strategies. A combined approach of modelling and focus groups for feedback was employed to assess the economic impacts of alternative GIN control...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Farm economics; Social aspects; Sheep and goats; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33910/1/Economic%20impacts%20of%20the%20implementation%20of%20alternative%20approaches%20for%20GIN%20control%20_draft_SM_SQ_clean.pdf
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