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COFFEE

     - Coffee market

     - Quality and sustainability

     - Coffee, territorial origin, and geographical indications

     - Case-studies

     - Useful links

 

 

 

 

NoteNote: in blu relevant publications to start with

 

 

 

update: 10-01-20

 

             Jamaica: coffee plantations in the Blue Mountains

Coffee market

 

Akiyama T. (1990), "The Impact of the International Coffee Agreement on Producing Countries", The World Bank Economic Review, 2, mag.    

Baffes J., Lewin B., Varangis P. (2004), "Coffee: market settings and policy", in: Ataman Aksoy M., Beghin J.C. (Eds.), "Global agricultural trade and developing countries", The World Bank, Washington D.C.

Banca Mondiale (1978), "Long Term Fall in the Price of Coffee", World Agriculture, 27(4)    

Bates R.H. (1997), "Open-economy politics: The Political Economy of the World Coffee Trade", Princeton University Press, Princeton

Borzoni M. (2007), "The green coffee purchasing policies of Italian Roasters: case findings", paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Society for New Institutional Economics, Reykjavik, june 21-23

Catturani I., Nocella G., Romano D., Stefani G. (2008), "Segmenting the Italian coffee market: marketing opportunities for economic agents working along the international coffee chain", EAAE Congress, Ghent 

Clark T. (2009), "Starbucks. Il buono e il cattivo del caffè", EGEA, Milano    

Daviron B., Ponte S. (2005), "The coffee paradox. Global markets, commodity trade and the elusive promise of development", Zed Books, London

Durevall D. (2007), "Demand for coffee in Sweden: The role of prices, preferences and market power", Food Policy,     Tip-296

Giovannucci D., Varangis P., Lewin B. (2002), "Who Shall We Blame Today: The International Politics of Coffee", Tea and Coffee Trade Journal, volume 174 No. 1. January

Huebner G.G. (1911), "The coffee market", Aksoy A.M., Beghin J.C. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 38(2), pp.292-302

Koerner J. (2002), "The dark side of coffee. Price war in the German market for roasted coffee", University of Kiel, Working Paper EWP 0204. Department of Food Economics and Consumption Studies april

Lewin B., Giovannucci D., Varangis P. (2004), "Coffee Markets: new paradigms in Global Supply and Demand, The World Bank, Agriculture and Rural Development Discussion Paper 3, march

Maietta O.W. (2004), Le preferenze dei consumatori italiani di caffè: un’indagine su dati scannerizzati con particolare attenzione ai prodotti del commercio equo e solidale** in: Defrancesco E. (a cura di), "La liberalizzazione degli scambi dei prodotti agricoli tra conflitti ed accordi: il ruolo dell'Italia", Atti del XL Convegno della SIDEA Padova-Agropolis, 18-20 settembre pp.263-272

Ponte S. (2002), "Brewing a Bitter Cup? Deregulation, Quality and the Re-organization of Coffee Marketing in East Africa", Journal of Agrarian Change, 2(2), pp.248-272   

Ponte S. (2002), “The ‘Latte Revolution’? Regulation, Markets and Consumption in the Global Coffee Chain”, World Development Vol. 30, No. 7, pp. 1099–1122

Schulte, C. (2005), "Smelling the Coffee?", Trademark World, October 2005.

Shepherd B. (2004), "Market Power in International Commodity Processing Chains:Preliminary Results from the Coffee Market", Groupe d'Economie Mondiale, Science PO

Slob B., Oldenziel J. (2003), "Coffee & Codes. Overview of codes of conduct and ethical trade initiatives in the coffee sector", SOMO, Amsterdam

Talbot J.M. (1997), Where Does Your Coffee Dollar Go?:"The Division of Income and Surplus along the Coffee Commodity Chain", Studies in Comparative International Development, 32(1), spring, pp.56-91

Tedeschi-Toschi A. (1988), "L'industria della torrefazione del caffè in Italia: concentrazione, concorrenza e canali distributivi", Commercio, n.31, pp.155-176

Verwimp P. (2003), "The political economy of coffee, dictatorship, and genocide", European Journal of Political Economy, vol.19, pp.161-181 

 

   

Quality and sustainability

Bacon C. (2004?), "Confronting the Coffee Crisis: Can Fair Trade, Organic, and Specialty Coffees Reduce Small-Scale Farmer Vulnerability in Northern Nicaragua?", World development Accepted 11 October 2004. Available online 26 January 2005.    

Barham B.L., Weber J.G.  "The Economic Sustainability of Certified Coffee: Recent Evidence from Mexico and Peru", World Development, 40(6), pp. 1269–1279 

Boot W.J., Wunderlich C., Bartra A. (2003), "Beneficial Impacts of Ecolabeled Mexican Coffee: Organic, Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance, Bird Friendly", January 3

Colombo E., Tirelli P. (2006), "Il mercato del caffè e il commercio equo e solidale", Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Centor di ricerche sulla cooperazione, Working Paper n.2

Daviron B. (2002), "Small Farm Production and the Standardization of Tropical Products",. Journal of Agrarian Change 2(2), pp.162-184.

Donneta M.L., Weatherspoonb D.D., Hoehnc J.P. (2007), "What Adds Value in Specialty Coffee? Managerial Implications from Hedonic Price Analysis of Central and South American E-Auctions", International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 10(3), pp.   

Dutch Coffee Coalition, Sjoerd Panhuysen (2007), "Codes of conduct for the mainstream coffee sector a challenge for local trade unions and NGOs",      

Fitter R., Kaplinsky R. (2001), "Who gains from product rents as the coffee market becomes more differentiated? A value chain analysis", IDS Bulletin Paper, may  

Giovannucci D. (2001), "Sustainable Coffee Survey of the North American Specialty Coffee Industry",  survey conducted for The Summit Foundation, july

Giovannucci D., Ponte S. (2005), "Standards as a new form of social contract? Sustainability initiatives in the coffee industry", Food Policy, n.30, pp.284-301

Giovannucci D., Koekoek J.F. (2003), "The state of sustainable coffee: a study of twelve major markets", International Coffee Organisation, International Institute for Sustainable development and UNCTAD.

Giovannucci D. (2001), "Sustainable Coffee Survey of the North American Specialty Coffee Industry", survey conducted for The Summit Foundation,  July

Giovannucci D. (2003), "Coffee", in: Marcelo Giugale, Lafourcade, and Luff, eds., "Colombia: The economic foundation of peace", World Bank    

Giovannucci D., Potts J. (2008), "Seeking Sustainability. COSA Preliminary Analysis of Sustainability Initiatives in the Coffee Sector",   September   

Grote U. (2007), "Environmental Labelling, Protected Geographical Indications, and the interests of Developing countries", Workshop "The Law and Economics of Geographical Indications", The Justus Liebig University, Giessen (Germany), 6-8 September

Kolk A. (2005), "Corporate Social Responsibility in the Coffee Sector: The Dynamics of MNC Responses and Code Development", European Management Journal, 23(2), pp. 228–236   

Messer K.D., Kotchen M.J., Moore M.R. (2000), "Can Shade-Grown Coffee Help Conserve Tropical Biodiversity? A Market Perspective", Endangered Species UPDATE, 17(6), pp.125-131   

Muradian R., Pelupessy W. (2005), "Governing the Coffee Chain: The Role of Voluntary Regulatory Systems", World Development, 33(12), pp.2029–2044 

Neilson J., Pritchard B. (2007), "Green Coffee? The Contradictions of Global Sustainability Initiatives from an Indian Perspective", Development Policy Review, 2007, 25 (3): 311-331

Oxfam (2001), "The coffee market: a background study", Oxfam: International Commodity Research – Coffee

Oxfam (2006), “Creating a Voice for Small Coffee Farmers and Farmworkers with the Next International Coffee Agreement”, Grounds for Change

Oxfam (2007), “Seeking Common Grounds: Analysis of the Draft Proposals for the International Coffee Agreement”, Oxfam Briefing Note, January

Perfecto I., Rice R.A., Greenberg R., van der Voort M.E. (1996), “Shade Coffee: A Disappearing Refuge for Biodiversity”, BioScience, Vol. 46, No.8, september, pp.598-608

Perfectoa I., Vandermeerb, J., Masa A., Soto Pintoc L. (2007), "Biodiversity, yield, and shade coffee certification", Ecological Economics, n.54, pp.435– 446 

Perriot J.J., Ribeyre F., Montagnon C. (2006), "The qualities of a coffee", in: Montagnon C. (Ed.), "Coffee: terroirs and qualities", Editions Quae, Versailles, pp.11-20 

Ponte S., Gibbon P. (2005), "Quality standards, conventions and the governance of global value chains", Economy and Society, 34(1), february, pp.1-31

Ponte S. (2002), "The ‘Latte Revolution’? Regulation, Markets and Consumption in the Global Coffee Chain", World Development, 30(7), pp.1099-1122

Rainforest Alliance (2005), "Additional Criteria and Indicators for Coffee Production Sustainable Agriculture Network", november

Rainforest Alliance (2005), "Sustainable Agriculture Standard. Sustainable Agriculture Network", november

Raynolds L.T., Murray D., Heller A. (2007), "Regulating sustainability in the coffee sector: A comparative analysis of third-party environmental and social certification initiatives", Agriculture and Human Values, n.24, pp.147-163

Renard M.C. (1999), "The interstices of globalization: the example of Fair Coffee", Sociologia Ruralis, 39(4), pp.484-500

Taylor P.L. (2005), "In the Market But Not of It: Fair Trade Coffee and Forest Stewardship Council Certification as Market-Based Social Change", World Development, 33(1), pp.129-147 

Taylor P.L. (2005), "A Fair Trade approach to community forest certification? A framework for discussion", Journal of Rural Studies, n.21, pp.433-447 

 

     

Coffee, territorial origin, and geographical indications

Avelino J., Roman D., Romero S., Fonseca C. (2006), "Indicaciones Geograficas y Denominaciones de Origen: Algunos Fundamentos y Metodologias con ejemplos de Costa Rica sobre café", ICAFE, Costa Rica

Barjolle D., Quiñones-Ruiz X.F., Bagal M., Comoé H. (2016), "The Role of the State for Geographical Indications of Coffee: Case Studies from Colombia and Kenya", World Development,  

Bart F. (2006), "Coffee and mountains: product quality and territory qualification", in: Montagnon C. (Ed.), "Coffee: terroirs and qualities", Editions Quae, Versailles, pp.37-48  

Belletti, G.; Marescotti, A.; Touzard, J.M. (2015) "Geographical Indications, Public Goods and Sustainable Development: The roles of actors' strategies and public policies. World Development, in press. doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2015.05.004

Café de Colombia PGI - Application for registration according to Article 5 and Article 17(2) EC No: CO/PGI/0467/ 08.06.2005

Correa C.M. (2002), "Protection of Geographical Indications in Caricom countries", september

Costa Freitasa A.M., Mosca A.I. (1999), "Coffee geographic origin. An aid to coffee differentiation", Food Research International, n.32, pp.565-573 

Daviron B. (2006), "Coffee qualities and territories: an historical viewpoint", in: Montagnon C. (Ed.), "Coffee: terroirs and qualities", Editions Quae, Versailles, pp.21-36

Feldman M. (2010), "Economic effects of blending Kona coffee. A preliminary analysis", Resource Decisions,  February

Galland J.C., Avelino J., Larrain A., Montagnon C., "Origin coffees: are Appellations of Origin on the horizon?", pp.49-68

Galtier, F.; Belletti, G., and Marescotti, A. (2013) “Geographical Indications for coffee: can they decommodify the market and increase fairness?”. Development policy review, 31(5), 597-615.

Grandjean P. (2006), "Migratory tradition and promotion of terroirs in Brazil", in: Montagnon C. (Ed.), "Coffee: terroirs and qualities", Editions Quae, Versailles, pp.99-106 

Hughes, J. (2009) Coffee and chocolate - can we help developing country farmers through geographical indications?. International Intellectual Property Institute: Washington D.C.

ICO (2008), "Workshop on Origin coffees", Workshop, London, may   

Marescotti A., Belletti B. (2016), "Differentiation strategies in coffee global value chains through reference to territorial origin in Latin American countries", Culture & History Digital Journal, 5 (1)

Mawardi S. (2005), “Geographical Indication Application in Indonesia: Opportunities and Challenges”, Presented at the “Seminar on Geographical Indication: A Land of Opportunities”, Hanoi (Vietnam), 15 – 16 November

Mawardi S:, Avelino J., Sallee B., Perriot J.J., Sautier D., Lelong C., Jacquet M., Ribbeyre F., Keller V. (2005), "Developing Geographical Indication Protection in Indonesia: Bali Kintamani Arabica Coffee as a Preliminary Case", Presented at the “Seminar on Geographical Indications: A Land of Opportunities”, Hanoi (Vietnam), 15 – 16 November   

Moquet H., Elsa P. (2006), "Dynamiques en jeu dans la construction d’une Indication Géographique. Etude de cas du café de Jarabacoa République Dominicaine", Mémoire présenté en vue de l’obtention du Diplome d'ingenieur en agronomie tropicale CNEARC-CODOCAFE, 18 Décembre 

Montagnon C. (Ed.) (2006), "Coffee: Terroirs and qualities", CIRAD. Editions Quae, Versailles

Montagnon C., Leroy T., Onzima R., Dufour M. (2006), "Why not Robusta terroirs?", in: Montagnon C. (Ed.), "Coffee: terroirs and qualities", Editions Quae, Versailles, pp.163-170  

Neilson J. (2007), "Institutions, the governance of quality and on-farm value retention for Indonesian specialty coffee"; Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, n.28, pp.188-204 

Neilson J., Pritchard B. (2007), "Green Coffee? The Contradictions of Global Sustainability Initiatives from an Indian Perspective", Development Policy Review, 25(3), pp.311-331

SCAA (2006), "Geographic Indications for the Origin of Coffee". Statement of the Specialty Coffee Association of America, August 08, 2006.

Schüβler L. (2009), "Protecting ‘Single-Origin Coffee’ within the Global Coffee Market: The Role of Geographical Indications and Trademarks", International Law and Trade Policy, 10(1), pp.145-189

Schulte C. (2005), "Smelling the coffee? The case for coffee Gis",     

Teuber R. (2007), "Geographical Indications of Origin as a Tool of Product Differentiation – The Case of Coffee" Contributed Paper prepared for presentation at the 105th EAAE Seminar ‘International Marketing and International Trade of Quality Food Products’, Bologna (I), march

Teuber R. (2007), "The value of terroir-Origin-labelling in the coffee marketing", Workshop "The Law and Economics of Geographical Indications", The Justus Liebig University, Giessen (Germany), 6-8 September

 

      

Countries - case-studies

 

 

ASIA

Giovannucci D. (?) (2005), "Moving Yemen coffee forward. Assessment of the coffee industry in Yemen to sustainably improve incomes and expand trade", USAID,  december   Tip-373

Giovannucci D., Lewin B., Swinkels R., Varangis P. (2004), "The socialist republic of Vietnam. Coffee sector Report", The World Bank, Washington D:C. 

Mawardi S., Avelino J., Sallee B., Perriot J.J., Sautier D., Lelong C., Jacquet M., Ribbeyre F., Keller V. (2005), “Developing Geographical Indication Protection in Indonesia: Bali Kintamani Arabica Coffee as a Preliminary Case”, Presented at the “Seminar on Geographical Indication: A Land of Opportunities”, Hanoi (Vietnam), 15 – 16 November

 

AFRICA

Adolphe C., Boisvert V. (2009), "Nommer et controler: les appéllations de café en Ethiopie", Colloque international UNESCO "Localiser les produits: une voie durable au service de la diversité naturelle et culturelle des Suds?", Paris les 9, 10 et 11 juin 

Barjolle, D.; Bernardoni, P.; and Renard, O. (2013) Etude du potentiel de la commercialisation des produits agricoles des pays ACP (Afrique, Caraïbes, Pacifique) utilisant les indications géographiques et les marques avec origine (ACP-AGGI), Study by REDD SA Lausanne, financed by the European Commission (AGRI-2012-EVAL-05), Décembre.

Petit N. (2007), "Ethiopia's Coffee Sector: A Bitter or Better Future?", Journal of Agrarian Change, 7(2), pp.225-263

Tekalign E. (2004), “The “emerging” global commodity chain: wither Ethiopian Coffee?”, (First Draft) A Research Paper to be Presented on the Second International  Conference on Ethiopian Economy, Addis Ababa, June

 

CENTRAL AMERICA

Aa.Vv. (2002), "Managing the competitive transition of the coffee sector in Central America. Discussion document", Inter-American Development Bank, USAID, The World Bank, Prepared for the Regional Workshop: "The coffee crisis and its impact in Central America: situation and lines of action", Antigua, Guatemala, april 3-5

Amaya G., Mencía V.E., Gautier P., Gemeil J.A. (1999), "Haiti Small-Scale Coffee Producers Production, Processing, Quality Control and Marketing", USAID/Haiti Agriculture and Economic Growth Office, SECID/Auburn PLUS Report No. 49, Washington, D.C., May   

Bacon C. (2003), "Knowing what you grow: The story of Nicaragua’s Coffee Quality Improvement Project", Department of Environmental Studies, University of California at Santa Cruz  

Belletti, G.; Marescotti, A. (2013) “Evaluating GI registration effects by means of participatory methods. First insights from a Jamaican case”. Paper presented at XXV ESRS (European Society of Rural Sociology) Congress Rural resilience and vulnerability. The rural as locus of solidarity and conflicts in times of crisis, Florence, July-August, WG35 “Is the protection of geographical indications an effective tool for fostering rural development?”.

Chethana A.N. , Nagaraja N., Chengappab P.G. , Gracy C.P. (2010), "Geographical Indications for Kodagu Coffee – A Socio-economic Feasibility Analysis", Agricultural Economics Research Review Vol. 23 January-June 2010, pp.97-103

Del Rosario P.J., Jiménez H., Lopez J.H., Valverde L., Galtier F. (2005), "Estudio sobre el mercado interno de café en la Republica Dominicana", In La caficultura sostenible, un desafio impostergable. XXI Simposio Latinoamericano de caficultura, 14 y 15 de julio de 2005, San Salvador, El. - Tegucigalpa : IICAPROMECAFE, 2005, p. 78-99.

Francis J., Hyman R.D. (2013), "The Impact of Geographical Indications on the Economic, Cultural, Social, and Environmental Pillars of Sustainability: The Case Study of Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee", The International Journal of social sustainability in economic, social and cultural context, 8(3), pp.  

Gerz A., Avelino J. (2006), “Costa Rican Arabica coffee : Legitimacy for specialty”, in : Van de Kop P., Sautier D., Gerz A. (Eds.), "Origin-based products. Lessons for pro-poor market development", Royal Tropical Institute and CIRAD, KIT Bulletin n.372, pp.73-82

Krigsvold M. (2002), “LAC Bureau: diversification options for coffee growing areas in Central America”, Chemonics International Ltd., March 26, Submitted to: LAC Bureau/USAID

Lyon S. (2007), "Fair Trade Coffee and Human Rights in Guatemala", Journal of Consumer Policy, n.30, pp.241-261 

Moquet H., Elsa P. (2006), Dynamiques en jeu dans la construction d’une Indication Géographique. Etude de cas du café de Jarabacoa République Dominicaine,  Mémoire présenté en vue de l’obtention du Diplome d’Ingenieur en Agronomie Tropicale, CNEARC-CODOCAFE

Rice R.A. (1997), "The land use patterns and the history of coffee in eastern Chiapas, Mexico", Agriculture and Human Values, n.14, pp.127–143

Schroeder K. (Ed.), (2007), "Estudio de Caso El café, producto emblemático de América Latina: ¿Un detonante para el desarrollo territorial rural con identidad cultural para los pequeños productores rurales?", Centro de Inteligencia sobre Mercados Sostenibles, Alajuela (Costa Rica)

Siegel P.B., Alwang J. (2004), "Export Commodity Production and Broad-based Rural Development: Coffee and Cocoa in the Dominican Republic" Agriculture and Rural Development Department (ARD) and Latin American and the Caribbean Regional Office The World Bank, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 3306, May   Tip-255

Teuber R. (2009), "Café de Marcala – Honduras’ GI Approach to Achieving Reputation in the Coffee Market", International Law and Trade Policy, 10(1), pp.131-148

Varangis P., Siegel P., Giovannucci D., Lewin B. (2003), "Dealing with the coffee crisis in Central America. Impacts and Strategies", The World Bank Development Research Group, Rural Development, march  

Varangis P. (1989), "Coffee Pricing Policies in the Dominican Republic", International Economics Department, WPS 211 The World Bank, May 

 

SUD AMERICA

Giovannucci D., Leibovich J., Pizano D., Paredes G., Montenegro S., Arevalo H., Varangis P. (2002), "Colombia. Coffee sector study", DOCUMENTO CEDE 2002-15 ISSN 1657-7191 (Edición electrónica) CEDE 

Quiñones-Ruiz, X.F.; Penker, M.; Vogl, C.R.; and Samper-Gartner, L.F. (2015) “Can origin labels re-shape relationships along international supply chains? – The case of Café de Colombia”. International Journal of the Commons, 9(1), March: 416–439.

Tulet J.C. (2006), "A model in crisis: the Federacion Nacional de Cafeteros de Colombia", in: Montagnon C. (Ed.), "Coffee: terroirs and qualities", Editions Quae, Versailles, pp.107-120 

Villalobos A., Schroeder K., Alfaro W., Kilian B., Giovannucci D., Berrocal J. (2007), "Experiencias comunitarias: El café, producto emblemático de América Latina: ¿Un detonante para el desarrollo territorial rural con identidad cultural para los pequeños productores rurales?", Centro de Inteligencia sobre Mercados Sostenibles CIMS  June 

 

    

 

Useful links

 

International Institutions, Standard organization

Common Code for the Coffee Community Association (4C)
International Coffee Organization

International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO Coffee Guide
New York Board of Trade (NYBOT)
Rainforest Alliance

UTZ Kapeh (UTZ Certified)

SAI Platform

Coffeeresearch

 

Specialty coffee Associations

Brazilian Speciality Coffee Association

SCAA - Speciality coffee association of America

SCAE - Speciality coffee association of Europe

Producers' Associations,

Genuine Antigua Coffee Growers Association

National Coffee Association of America (NCA)

National Federation of Coffee Growers of Colombia
National Coffee Association of Guatemala (ANACAFE)

Companies

Confederation of the Food and Drink Industries in the EU (CIAA)
European Coffee Federation

Illy Caffè: Illy website with some useful information

Royal Coffee (trader)

Sandalj Trading Company S.p.A. (trader)  

Starbucks Coffee (see in particular http://www.starbucks.com/aboutus/origins.asp and Latin America Coffees)

Research, documentation

Caffè.it: italian webpage with information on coffees: varieties, growing and processing techniques, markets, etc.

Coffee Science Source
The Coffee Science Information Centre (CoSIC)
International Association on Coffee Science
Istituto Agronomico per l'Oltremare: research project on Dominican Republic Coffees

Positively Coffee
Tea & Coffee - magazine on coffee and others

Tea and Coffee Trade Journal
Ukers' Industry Guide

Volcafe Specialty Coffee (trader)  

Other

Cup of Excellence

GEOCAFE: information tool on speciality coffee

 

Countries

ICAFE (Costa Rica)

Coffee Board (Jamaica)

ANACAFE (Guatemala)

Colombia

 

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