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Analysis of Shared Value Added in the Poultry Sector: Case of the City of Yaounde

Journal: Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks (FMIR) (Vol.3, No. 2)

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Page : 102-114

Keywords : value added; chain; Global chain of value; governance typology; New Institutional Economy.;

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The purpose of this paper is to estimate and analyze the repartition of the added value between the agents of the poultry chain in Yaoundé. To achieve this, we have used the analysis of global value chain and governance typology used by Gereffi and al and the New Institutional Economy of Williamson. Our studies were based on an internship at Interprofession Avicole du Cameroun (IPAVIC) where we did interview with the actors envolved in that sector. The economic evaluation of the gener-ated added value part by every actor of the poultry sector has been done by two values chains (broiler and eggs of consumption) selected. The theories used in this research helped us to study the behav-iour of the agents including the coordination method that ruled their transactions. As a result, we found that the processing and production segments have the margins and drive the respective value chains. It has also been shown that some mode of coordination of transactions between actors of the sector have a significant influence on the distribution of the value added in the poultry sector.

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