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000043377 270__ $$mealencar@ufla.br$$pAndrade,   Marcia Pereira de
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000043377 336__ $$aJournal Article
000043377 520__ $$aThis paper discusses the new articulation forms which were established between the
agricultural and urban sectors due to the consolidation of the Brazilian agroindustrial complex in the end of
the 1970’s. The following topics are highlighted in this discussion: a) the growing dependence that agriculture
sector has on the urban sector as a consumer of goods and services; b) the transformation of a substantial part
of agricultural output in raw material for urban industries; c) the oligopolistic and oligopsonic features of
these commercial relationships; d) the integration of capitals and formation of great economic conglomerates;
c) the ongoing globalization process. In such scenery, different social actors are identified as well as their
differential capacity to influence the decision-making process inside the chains and in the ambit of the State.
It also outlines the actors’ organizational capacity which is represented by collective actions, managerial
efficiency, administrative professionalization, "systemic knowledge" and technological domain. The central
question of this paper refers to the role that the agricultural cooperatives and other associativist forms can
play as negotiation means inside and outside the productive chains, elevating farmers’ bargaining and
claiming power. To answer this question several researches undertaken over the last two decades were
examined. The most recent studies detect an effort to modernize cooperative management by turning them
into more competitive organizations. However, this effort is sometimes interrupted by the process of
manager’s succession. Interference of local political interests identified in the studies carried out in the 1980’s
was also detected in the most recent researches and it is considered as one of the factors that limit the
administrative dynamism of cooperatives. Although farmer associations are seen as an alternative means for family producers to adapt to the ongoing economic and social changes, the examined studies showed that as
the business of those associations grow, managerial problems simultaneously rise.
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000043377 700__ $$aAlencar, Edgard
000043377 700__ $$aGrandi, Daniele Silva
000043377 700__ $$aAndrade, Debora Mesquita
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