International Journal on Food System Dynamics

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An international peer-reviewed scientific journal with a multi-disciplinary focus on a foundation in socio-economic, policy, management, organization, and consumer research.

The International Journal on Food System Dynamics publishes research on the analysis, organization, management, operation, and strategic development of the food system and its actors and dependents (enterprises, chains, networks, institutions, policy, and consumers). Challenges of social, economic and environmental sustainability in a world of increasing instability and decreasing production base challenge the system's ability to serving consumers on a global scale with food that is readily available, affordable and of the quality, safety, and diversity they do expect. This requires new dynamics in the system, innovative developments, and research that provides the necessary support. To this end, scientific articles are complemented by sections providing a platform for case studies and a research forum. The Journal is published only as an electronic journal. Citation information is provided with the individual publications.

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Vol 6, No 3 (2015)

Table of Contents

Research Articles

Web Data Mining and Social Media Analysis for better Communication in Food Safety Crises PDF
Christian H. Meyer, Martin Hamer, Wiltrud Terlau, Johannes Raithel, Patrick Pongratz 129 - 138
What is the benefit of organically-reared dairy cattle? Societal perception towards conventional and organic dairy farming PDF
Inken Christoph-Schulz, Petra Salamon, Daniela Weible 139 - 146
The Balanced Scorecard as a Management Tool for Arable Farming PDF
Margit Paustian, Marie Wellner, Ludwig Theuvsen 147 - 158
Sustainable Consumption and the Attitude-Behaviour-Gap Phenomenon - Causes and Measurements towards a Sustainable Development PDF
Wiltrud Terlau, Darya Hirsch 159 - 174
Drivers of innovation in the European Food Industry: Evidences from the Community Innovation Survey PDF
Stefano Ciliberti, Stefanie Bröring, Gaetano Martino 175 - 190

ISSN 1869-6945


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