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International Association on Work in Agriculture

Workshop 6 - Forms of work organization in farms

Convenors : Sylvie Cournut, Nathalie Hostiou, Mohamed Taher Srairi
Introduction

WS 6 - Forms of work organization in farmspdf - 452.6 kB

Session 1 : March 29th
  • Work organisation in professional beekeeping and consequences of queen management practices -- Coline Kouchner & Al.
WS6_S1_Kouchner_Abstractpdf - 221.7 kB
  • Application of the Work Assessment Method (WAM) on Australian dairy farms : implications for future research -- Ruth Nettle  & Al.
WS6_S1_Nettle_Abstractpdf - 177.2 kB
  • Application of Lean techniques to dairy farming -- Marion Beecher & Al.
WS6_S1_Beecher_Abstractpdf - 215 kB
  • Work organization and its economic efficiency in oasis crop-livestock farms -- Mohamed Taher Srairi & Al.
WS6_S1_Sraïri_Abstractpdf - 253.4 kB
Session 2 : March 29th,
  • Taking work into account in the production of benchmarks in organic livestock farming -- Sylvie Cournut
WS6_S2_Cournut_Abstractpdf - 264.4 kB
  • Benchmarks on work organization and key practices in grazing systems -- Sophie Chauvat & al.
WS6_S2_Chauvat_Abstractpdf - 232.6 kB
  • Work organization as a barrier to crop‒livestock integration practices: A case study in Guadeloupe -- Audrey Fanchone & al.
WS6_S2_Fanchone_Abstractpdf - 242.8 kB
  • Working conditions in large French dairy farm: differences and similarities between working groups -- Emmanuel Béguin & al.
WS6_S2_Beguin_Abstractpdf - 226.9 kB
  • A style of farm work, intensive and collective, conducive for the agroecological transition -- Véronique Lucas & al.
WS6_S2_Lucas_Abstractpdf - 199.9 kB
Session 3 : March 30th
  • Measuring farmers’ costs of administrative burdens due to cross-compliance obligations -- Nadja El Benni & al.
WS6_S3_ElBeni_Abstractpdf - 190.6 kB
  • Work organization and integrated management of animal health : What connections do they have ? -- Vinciane Gotti & al.
WS6_S3_Gotti_Abstractpdf - 266.3 kB
  • The rise of A-to-Z farm outsourcing in France: a marker of contemporary changes in agricultural labor organization -- Geneviève Thi-Dieu-Phuong Nguyen & al.
WS6_S3_NguyenPurseigleBrailly_Abstractpdf - 244.3 kB
  • Outsourcing of Agricultural work in India: Emerging trends and implications for decent work and employment (A case study) -- Sukhpal Singh & al.
WS6_S3_Sukhpal_Abstractpdf - 185.2 kB
Session 4 : March 30th
  • The social sustainability approach as a systemic framework for analyzing work organization in livestock farms -- Sylvie Cournut & al.
WS6_S4_Cournut_Abstractpdf - 322.7 kB
  • Do farmers groups support quality of work life -- Hélène Brives & al.
WS6_S4_Brives_Abstractpdf - 246.2 kB
  • Connecting global value chains to work organization in farms: theoretical insights and evidence from coffee farms in South Brazil -- Priscila Duarte Malanski& al. (Presented by Sandra Schiavi)

 WS6_S4_Malanski_Abstractpdf - 187.8 kB

  • Co construction of the collective work organization in the mixed crop-livestock farm “Domaine du Possible” in Arles, France -- Delphine Laurant & al.
WS6_S4_Laurant_Abstractpdf - 242.8 kB