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Transcript of Fairtrade Coffee
Where does the extra money go?
To what extent does Fairtrade coffee provide a positive social impact on rural communities.
What are the limitations of this research article?
What are the key findings and results?
How does this peer reviewed journal practically contribute to society?
What is Fairtrade?
What did Jena, Chichaibelu, Stellmacher and Grote do?
Increased visibility along the supply chain
Facilitates local community projects
Jimma zone of South Western Ethiopia
2009 empirical study
Four Fair trade local coffee cooperatives
Semi-structured focus groups
Propensity score matching
Ordinary least squares regression
Two conventional cooperatives
Proposed Research Question...
The Impact of Coffee Certification on Small-Scale Producers' Livelihoods: A Case Study from the Jimma Zone, Ethiopia
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Empowering rural communities
Shorten linkage between producer and consumer
Pradyot Ranjan Jena, Bezawit Beyene Chichaibelu, Till Stellmacher, Ulrike Grote
No significant impact on income
Weak support from coffee cooperatives
Low level of public services and infrastructure
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...What is the societal impact of Fairtrade certification on developing communities
How does this peer reviewed journal contribute to further research?
Indication of the practical limitations of certification
Importance of certified cooperatives
Contradicts pre-existing literature
Deep-rooted economic poverty
Complex supply chain with Fairtrade coffee
Does not consider impact on gender equality
Does not consider effects on social structure of participating communities
Does not consider the impact of external factors on the interaction between consumers and producers
Does not consider developed communities or countries
Methodology: Mixed Methods
Ethics: Confidentiality and prior knowledge to withdraw without any consequences
Australian coffee producers
Focus group discussions
Econometric data collection
External institutions: government and not-for-profit organisations
Focus group discussion
What benefits do participating Australian coffee producers derive from Fairtrade certification?
To what extent does external institutions impact Fairtrade certification and its efficiency?
Do gender roles or social pressures play a role in participating communities, and are these social aspects emphasised due to the Fairtrade infrastructure?
Lack of investment in production method education
No statistical difference in payments
No significant effect on poverty reduction
No significant difference on income
Vulnerable to external shocks
Lack of provision in improving livelihoods
Impacts of Fairtrade certification on developed communities
Consider gender roles and social structures in participating communities
Integrate sociological theories and frameworks
Particular focus in developing countries (Latin America and Africa)
Little to no consideration of social structure
Lacks sociological imagination
Key limitations in the general literature include...
This study will consider...