Yıl 2019, Cilt 4 , Sayı 1, Sayfalar 31 - 42 2019-06-30

A REVIEW OF ONE VILLAGE ONE PRODUCT (OVOP): POTENTIALITIES AND FRAGILITIES IN BRAZIL AND TURKEY

Seda H. BOSTANCI [1] , André C. S. BATALHÃO [2]


Various studies on rural development are now the starting point of healthy living, healthy food, ecological sustainability objectives. Increasing interest in this area has led to the development of interdisciplinary research. "One Village One Product" (OVOP) movement, which emerged at the end of the 1970s as Japan's regional development approach, began to become widespread in the Far East, Asia and Africa, then the other continents. In the 2000s in Turkey, these approaches have begun with the projects of the District Agriculture Directorates, but it is not very well known yet. At different periods in Turkey in agricultural policies, there are different approaches such as village institutes, rural credit cooperatives, regional development plans, and some local approaches. From 1950 to 1975 the sense of rural development of Brazil was also felt by the poorer rural population and lacking technological resources. The process of increasing productive change, especially after 1970, led to the adoption of new technological standards. The aim of this study was to explore the structure of OVOP projects and make a discussion for the possible effects on the processes of Turkey and Brazil's rural development. This study examined the characteristics that were different in the rural development of the two countries and included recommendations for the development of OVOP projects. Methodological approach was based on published information in official reports and scientific literature. 

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Yazar: Seda H. BOSTANCI (Sorumlu Yazar)
Ülke: Turkey


Yazar: André C. S. BATALHÃO
Ülke: Brazil


Tarihler

Yayımlanma Tarihi : 30 Haziran 2019

APA Bostancı, S , Batalhão, A . (2019). A REVIEW OF ONE VILLAGE ONE PRODUCT (OVOP): POTENTIALITIES AND FRAGILITIES IN BRAZIL AND TURKEY . JOEEP: Journal of Emerging Economies and Policy , 4 (1) , 31-42 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/joeep/issue/46779/579652