By Carole R. Engle, Kwamena K. Quagrainie
Markets, advertising, and exchange became ever extra very important to starting to be aquaculture industries world wide. the range and idiosyncrasies of the aquaculture and seafood markets demand knowing details that's detailed to those markets. proposing primary rules of promoting and economics from a basic, how-to point of view, the Aquaculture advertising guide will give you the reader with the instruments essential to review and adapt to altering industry conditions.
The Aquaculture advertising guide presents the reader with a wide base of data concerning aquaculture economics, markets, and advertising. moreover, this quantity additionally includes an in depth annotated bibliography and webliography that offer descriptions to key extra assets of knowledge.
Written via authors with titanic foreign aquaculture advertising and marketing event, the Aquaculture advertising guide is a crucial creation to aquaculture advertising for these attracted to aquaculture and people new to the pro box. The physique of data offered during this ebook also will make it a important reference for even the main skilled aquaculture professional.Content:
Chapter 1 Seafood and Aquaculture Markets (pages 1–18):
Chapter 2 call for and provide, simple fiscal Premises (pages 19–35):
Chapter three Aquaculture advertising techniques (pages 37–55):
Chapter four Aquaculture Growers and their advertising offerings (pages 57–70):
Chapter five Seafood and Aquaculture Product Processing (pages 71–90):
Chapter 6 Participation and management in advertising and marketing Channels (pages 91–111):
Chapter 7 advertising by means of Farmer teams (pages 113–127):
Chapter eight Wholesaler advertising (pages 129–140):
Chapter nine industry developments (pages 141–152):
Chapter 10 The foreign marketplace for Seafood and Aquaculture items (pages 153–167):
Chapter eleven rules and rules Governing Aquaculture advertising (pages 169–180):
Chapter 12 making plans advertising and marketing recommendations (Identifying aim Markets) (pages 181–200):
Chapter thirteen advertising learn Methodologies (pages 201–227):
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With reference to competition with other forms of meat, Eales and Wessells (1999) show evidence of a shift from no interaction to some competition in the mid1990s. development of aquaculture technologies has resulted in increased supply of shrimp and salmon. The increased supplies have resulted in lower prices. As prices have decreased, the quantity demanded of these goods has increased. SUPPLY Supply is the amount of goods and services that producers are willing and able to offer in the marketplace at speci c prices.
26 Aquaculture Marketing Handbook We can represent supply algebraically as follows: Qs ϭ f(P1, prices of inputs, prices of related commodities, production technology, price of joint products, and institutional and environmental changes) where Qs ϭ quantity supplied P ϭ price of the product under investigation Prices of inputs ϭ prices of feed, labor, electricity, and so on Prices of related good ϭ prices of other types of n sh or shell sh that consumers w ould consider as own price uctuates Production technology ϭ change in the way the product is produced, Price of joint products ϭ price of a product that is produced in the same production system, and institutional and environmental changes.
Normal goods have a negative elasticity and a downward sloping demand curve. Elasticity does not measure the slope of the curve. If it did, it would not change along the length of the demand curve (straight lines have constant slopes). It does not determine the shape of the demand curve, but there are some shape relationships. For example, if the coef cient for the price elasticity of demand is greater than the absolute value of 1, then demand is considered to be elastic. This means that the percentage change in quantity demanded is greater than the percentage change in price.