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Food Security and Industrial Clustering in Northeast Asia

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Food Security and Industrial Clustering in Northeast Asia
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Food Security and Industrial Clustering in Northeast Asia
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New Frontiers in Regional Science: Asian Perspectives Ser.
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Food Security and Industrial Clustering in Northeast Asia
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Food Security and Industrial Clustering in Northeast Asia
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  • Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Contributors -- Chapter 1: Food Security and Collaborative Advantage: Scoping the Scene -- 1 The Perspective on the Food System -- 2 Global Food Security and the Strategy of Collaborative Advantage -- 3 The Theoretical Model of Network Formation: The Incentive Mechanism of Collaborative Advantage -- 3.1 Relationships Between Innovation and the Quality (Price) of Products -- 3.2 The Policy Implications of Network Formation -- 4 Selective Review of Research on Cluster Formation and Regional Innovation -- 4.1 Research on Agricultural Clusters -- 4.2 Research on Cluster Formation and Regional Development -- 4.3 Research on Cluster Initiatives -- 4.4 Research on the Economic Effects of Clusters -- 4.5 Research on Regional Innovation Strategy and Innovation System -- 5 Sensitive Issues for Food Security in Northeast Asia -- 5.1 Factor Analysis on Food and Agricultural Trade Among China, Japan and S. Korea -- 5.1.1 Food and Agricultural Exports from Japan to China and S. Korea -- 5.1.2 Food and Agricultural Exports from China to Japan and S. Korea -- 5.1.3 Food and Agricultural Exports from Korea to Japan and China -- 5.2 Regional Interdependence in the Agriculture and Food Manufacturing Sectors in Northeast Asia -- 6 Ongoing as well as New Challenges -- References -- Part I: Food Security from the Asian Perspective -- Chapter 2: Defining Japan's Food Security in East Asia -- 1 Interest in the Issues -- 2 The "Revolution" in Agricultural Produce and Food Distribution Organization and Systems in the East Asian Region -- 3 Toward the Construction of a Food Security System in the East Asian Region -- 4 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Current Position and Future Direction of Agriculture in Northeast Asia -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Declined Food Self-Sufficiency with Increased Food Consumption
  • 3 How to Reconstruct Sustainable Paddy Farming -- 4 Rural Resources for Future Generations -- 5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Chapter 4: Analysis of China's Food Supply and Demand Balance and Food Security -- 1 The Background to the Research and the Setting of Agendas -- 2 Analysis of the Changes in Food Production, Consumption and Trade and the Factors Having an Impact -- 2.1 The Trends in Food Production Volume and the Changes in Food Consumption -- 2.2 Analysis of the Changes in Trade in Food and Food-Use Oil -- 2.3 Analysis of the Limiting Factors Affecting the Food Supply -- 3 Forecasts for Food Supply and Demand -- 3.1 Past Results of Forecasts Relating to China's Food Supply and Demand -- 3.2 Results of Forecast for Food Supply and Demand Balance -- 3.3 Results of Forecast for Totals of Four Major Food Commodities -- 4 Examination of Future Food Security Strategy -- References -- Chapter 5: Korea's Food Security Schemes -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Food Situation -- 2.1 Food Self-Sufficiency Rate -- 2.2 Demand/Supply Situation and Price of Rice -- 2.3 Import Reliance for Major Grains and Repeated Food Crises -- 3 Schemes for Food Security -- 3.1 Stockpiling System -- 3.2 Target of Food Self-Sufficiency Rate -- 3.3 Border Measures and Overseas Agricultural Development -- 3.3.1 Border Measures on Market Access -- 3.3.2 Overseas Agricultural Development -- 3.4 Incentive for the Growth of Domestic Agriculture and the Maintenance of Production Base -- 4 Features and Challenges in the Strategic Approach on Food Security -- 4.1 Issues for Korea's Food Security -- 4.2 Features of Food Security Strategy in Policy Deployment -- Conclusion -- References -- Part II: Food Clustering in Northeast Asia -- Chapter 6: The Food System Based on Agriculture -- 1 Subject Setting -- 2 Food Industry Clusters and Sixth-Order Industrialization
  • 2.1 Issues for Japan and East Asia -- 2.2 Food Industry Cluster Strategy -- 2.3 The Sixth-Order Industrialization Strategy -- 2.4 "Noshoko-Renkei" Projects and Product Development -- 2.5 Self-Sufficiency, Market Size and Food Industry Clusters -- 3 Implications and Roles of Local Brands -- 3.1 The Perspective for Local Brands -- 3.2 Conjunction of Supply Chain and Value Chain -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: The Network Structure of a Soybean Cluster in Hokkaido -- 1 About Soybean -- 2 Soybean-Related Industries in Hokkaido -- 3 Soybean Cluster Networks in the Sapporo Area -- 3.1 The N-Clique -- 3.2 Centrality -- 4 The Challenge -- References -- Chapter 8: The Competitive Advantages of Green Tea Clusters in Japan -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Food System for Green Tea in Japan -- 3 Identification of Participators in the Green Tea Cluster in Shizuoka Prefecture -- 4 The Competitive Advantages of the Green Tea Cluster in Shizuoka Prefecture -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 9: Food and Health-Related Industry Clustering in Niigata Prefecture -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Literature Review on the Spatiality of Knowledge Flow and Cognitive Aspects of Corporations -- 3 Case Study from Industry Clustering in Niigata -- 3.1 Policy for the Health-Related Industry Cluster -- 3.2 Quantitative Analysis -- 3.2.1 Basic Structure of the Network -- 3.2.2 Extraction of the Communities -- 3.2.3 Extraction of Core-Companies -- 3.3 Questionnaire Survey Targeting the Members of the Cluster -- 3.4 Analysis of the Cognitive Innovation of Corporations -- 3.4.1 Data and Basic Model Used in This Research -- 3.4.2 Important Words and Collocations -- 3.4.3 The Actual Situation of Technological Innovation: Technological Fields and Forms of Patents -- 3.4.4 Trends in Business Performance: Number of Patents, Recurring Profit Margin (RPM) and Collocations of Words
  • 4 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 10: Agricultural Industry Clusters in China -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Methodology Used in This Study -- 3 Analysis of Agricultural Clusters -- 3.1 Overview of the Agricultural Clusters -- 3.1.1 The Dairy Cluster in Inner Mongolia -- 3.1.2 The Hops Cluster in Xinjiang -- 3.2 Business Collaboration -- 3.3 The Economic Performance of the Studied Clusters -- 3.4 External Diseconomies of Agglomerations -- 3.5 Clusters and CSR -- 3.6 Clusters and Market Competitiveness -- 3.7 Clusters and Regional Characteristics -- 3.8 Cluster Initiatives -- 3.9 Demand Conditions for Cluster Formation -- 4 The Economic Effects of Industrial Agglomeration -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 11: Industrial Agglomeration of the Food Industry in China: An Analysis of Data by Province -- 1 Purpose and Analytic Method of This Chapter -- 2 Trends in the Food Industry in China -- 3 Trends in Food Industry Agglomeration by Province -- 4 Relationship Between Industrial Clustering and Earnings Rates -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 12: The Agricultural Industrialization of China's Heilongjiang Province -- 1 The Basic Characteristics of Agricultural Production -- 1.1 High Food Commoditization Rate -- 1.2 Favorable Ecological Environment -- 1.3 Few Hours of Sunlight -- 1.4 Large Disparities Among Regions -- 1.5 The Limits to the Transportation Capacity for Agricultural Products -- 2 The Trends in Agricultural Production Development -- 2.1 The Tendency Towards Centralization of Crop Production -- 2.2 The Emphasis on Quality -- 2.3 The Integration of Operations -- 3 The Current Status of Agricultural Industrialization -- 3.1 Low Processing Capacity -- 3.2 Rapidly Increasing Large-Scale Firms -- 3.3 Improvement of Production Mechanisms Is Necessary -- 3.4 Insufficient Brand Effectiveness
  • 4 The Challenges for Agricultural Industrialization -- 4.1 Selection of Quality Varieties -- 4.2 Sales -- 4.3 The Differentiation of Manufactured Goods -- 4.4 Innovation of Production Systems -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 13: Agricultural Production and Related Business by Public Firms: A Case Study on Xinhua Farm, Heilongjiang -- 1 Purpose of This Chapter -- 2 Survey Results for Xinhua Farm -- 2.1 Position of State Farm Enterprises in Heilongjiang Province -- 2.2 Realities of Production on Xinhua Farm -- 2.3 Processing and Shipping: Results of Our Interview Survey on Beizhu Rice -- 3 Current Status of and Future Challenges for Rice Production in Heilongjiang Province -- References -- Chapter 14: Promotion Policies for Food Industry Cluster in Korea -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Structure and Features of the South Korean Food Industry -- 2.1 The South Korean Food Industry Structure -- 2.2 Features of the Food Industry -- 3 Food Industry Cluster Promotion Policies -- 3.1 National Food Cluster -- 3.2 Regional Strategic Food Industry Promotion Policy -- 3.2.1 Pork Cluster Case -- 3.2.2 The Persimmon Cluster Case -- 3.2.3 The Melon Cluster Case -- 4 Planning Food Industry Clusters in Gangwon-Do Province -- 4.1 Various Types of Food Industry Clusters -- 4.1.1 Types of Food Industry Clusters -- Item-Based Clusters -- Functional Clusters -- Traditional Food Cluster -- Local Food Cluster -- 4.1.2 The Governance Method of Food Industry Clusters -- 4.2 Correlation Between the Food Industry Clusters and Related Institutions -- 4.2.1 The Relationship Among Food, Tourism, and Region -- 4.2.2 The Correlation Between the Traditional and Local Food Clusters and Related Institutions -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 15: The Trends and Potential for Food Industry Clusters in Korea -- 1 A Perspective of "Food Industry Cluster"
  • 1.1 The Role of Local Brands in Clusters
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