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Title: PRIORIZACIÓN DE CADENAS AGROPRODUCTIVAS ANTE LA VULNERABILIDAD DEL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO EN EL ESTADO DE MÉXICO
Other Titles: Agroproductive chains priorization at climate change vulnerability in Mexico State
Authors: Perez Diaz, Magaly Montserrat
Moctezuma Lopez, Georgel
Jolalpa Barrera, Jose Luis
Authors (Email): Pérez Díaz, Magaly Montserrat (dancetxt@yahoo.com.mx)
Keywords: Competitiveness
socioeconomic importance
dynamism
positioning matrix
grain maize.
Issue Date: 2012-08-21
Series/Report no.: REVISTA MEXICANA DE AGRONEGOCIOS
VOLUMEN 31
Abstract: The chains priorization was realized with the chain priorization methodology propose by the International for Service National Agricultural Research (ISNAR) and mentioned by Espinosa et al., 2009, this methodology has its foundations in two main dimensions the socioeconomic importance and the competitiveness, each of these is subdivided as well in diverse variables. The total of cultures in the Estado de Mexico and according to their production value obtained through SIACON 1980-2007 and SIAP-SAGARPA 1996-2010, 12 chains were selected: grain maize, crisantemo, grass, rose, potato, fodder oats, red tomato (tomato), green tomato, carnation, tuna, green alfalfa and fodder maize. To priorization and as a result of the obtained variables qualifications, the most relevant chains were grain maize, chrysants, potato and rose with 102, 91, 91, and 90 points respectively.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/131661
Identifiers: ISSN-1405-9282
Institution/Association: Revista Mexicana de Agronegocios>Volume 31, July-December 2012
Total Pages: 13
From Page: 122
To Page: 134
Collections:Volume 31, July-December 2012

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