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How Much Do Farmers Expect to Implement for Traceability? Evidence From a Double-Bound Choices Experiment of Vietnamese Shrimp Aquaculture

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Title: How Much Do Farmers Expect to Implement for Traceability? Evidence From a Double-Bound Choices Experiment of Vietnamese Shrimp Aquaculture
Authors: KHUU, T.P. DONG Browse this author
NGUYEN, THI NGOC HOA Browse this author
TRAN, NGUYEN HAI NAM Browse this author
SAITO, YOKO Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Keywords: international quality assurance certificates
supply chain management
double-bound dichotomous choice
global trade of shrimp products
Issue Date: Mar-2021
Publisher: Asian Fisheries Society
Journal Title: Asian Fisheries Science
Volume: 34
Issue: 1
Start Page: 82
End Page: 92
Publisher DOI: 10.33997/j.afs.2021.34.1.009
Abstract: Traceability is considered the most important requirement for shrimp products exported to global markets. However, implementing traceability in shrimp-exporting countries is challenging because of limited production at the local supply chain and lack of financial welfare awareness. This study aims to investigate the expected farm-gate price for traceability implementation using a double-bound dichotomous choice experiment. The censored regression model is used to estimate the factors influencing the anticipated farm-gate price of shrimp farmers. The survey was conducted in Ca Mau Province, Vietnam, by interviewing 71 Penaeus monodon Fabricius, 1798, and 43 Penaeus vannamei Boone, 1931, farmers. To implement traceability, P. monodon farmers estimated the farm-gate price at 10.17, while P. vannamei farmers expected 6.18 Application of international quality assurance certifications, willingness to implement traceability, land used, culture methods, shrimp species, current farm-gate price, and variable costs affected the expected farm-gate price. The attractive anticipated farm-gate price compensated for the negative influence of applying international quality assurance certifications, indicating that the farmers were willing to implement traceability. This suggests that the application of certifications increased the ability to implement traceability in the shrimp supply chain. The attractive farm-gate price for certified shrimp products would enhance their willingness to implement the traceability of shrimp products.
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