BazEkon - Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Krakowie

BazEkon home page

Meny główne

Sefoko Ngwako (University of Antwerp, Belgium), Van Rooyen Johan (University of Pretoria, South Africa), D'Haese Luc (University of Antwerp, Belgium), D'Haese Marijke (Wageningen University, The Netherlands)
Good Governance and Social Responsibility in the South African Wine Industry
Zeszyty Naukowe SGGW w Warszawie. Problemy Rolnictwa Światowego, 2010, t. 10(25), z. 3, s. 88-98, tab., bibliogr. 20 poz.
Scientific Journal Warsaw University of Life Sciences SGGW - Problems of Word Agriculture
Słowa kluczowe
Społeczna odpowiedzialność, Zarządzanie, Przemysł winiarski, Produkcja wina, Dobre rządzenie, Sektor rolno-spożywczy
Social Responsibility, Management, Wine industry, Wine production, Good governance, Agri-food sector
streszcz., summ.
Republika Południowej Afryki (RPA)
Republic of South Africa
The paper reviews the institutional structure or strategic framework, the Wine Industry Transformation Charter and Scorecard, adopted on 31 July 2007, through which good governance and social responsibility programmes are fostered, implemented and monitored in the South African wine industry. In other words, the paper outlines how the wine industry seeks to foster social change through integrated socioeconomic support structures, as based on the Wine Industry Plan (WIP). The wine charter and scorecard components are a representation of good governance in the industry, whereas the social capital development approach is the focus of social responsibility programmes in the wine industry. The seven components of the wine transformation charter are: (i) ownership, (ii) management/control, (iii) employment equity, (iv) skills development, (v) enterprise development, (vi) preferential procurement, and (vii) rural development, land reform and poverty alleviation. Five areas that constitute the programmes of social responsibility are: (i) the responsible alcohol use, (ii) rural development and poverty alleviation, (iii) security of tenure, (iv) land, and (v) sectoral determination. The implications for the agri-food sector and conclusions are provided. (original abstract)
Pełny tekst
  1. Boehlje M. [1999]: Structural Changes in the Agricultural Industries: How do we Measure, Analyse and Understand them? American Journal of Agricultural Economics no. 81(5), pp. 1028-1041.
  2. Brand S., Christodoulou N., van Rooyen J., Vink N. [1992]: Agriculture and redistribution: growth with equity. [In:] Wealth or poverty? Critical choices for South Africa. R. Schrire (ed.). Oxford University Press, Cape Town.
  3. Cook M.L., Chaddad F. [2000]: Agroindustrialisation of the Global Agrifood Economy: Bridging Development Economics and Agribusiness Research. Agricultural Economics no. 23, pp. 207-218.
  4. Doyer O.T., van Rooyen C.J. [2001]: Challenging the Paradigm. Agrekon no. 40(2), pp. 201-214.
  5. Esterhuizen D., van Rooyen C.J. [2006]: An Inquiry into the Factors Impacting on the Competitiveness of the South African Wine Industry. Agrekon no. 45(4), pp. 467-485.
  6. Goldsmith P., Turan N., Gow H. [2004]: Governments and firms: Incentives to supply of safe food. [In:] Proceedings of the 14th Annual Food and Agribusiness Symposium, 12-13 June, Montreux, Switzerland.
  7. Hansen M.H., Morrow, J.L. [1999]: Governance in managing farmer cooperatives: maximizing opportunities while minimizing opportunism. [In:] Proceedings of the World Food and Agribusiness Congress, 14-16 June, Florence, Italy.
  8. Kirsten J.F. [2003]: A Theoretical Perspective on Agribusiness and Ethics in a South African Context. Agrekon no. 42 (4), pp. 287-309.
  9. Louw A., Kirsten, J.F., Madevu H. [2005]: Securing small-scale participation in restructured agri-food systems: the South African case. [In:] Proceedings of the Annual World Food and Agribusiness Symposium, 25-28 June, Chicago, USA.
  10. Making wine work for all workshop. Report on workshop held on 20 August 2007. [2007]. South African Wine Industry Council (SAWIC), Elsenburg, Stellenbosch, South Africa.
  11. Mazzocco M.A. [2000]: Measuring the unmeasurable: use of constructs in agribusiness research. [In:] Proceedings of the Annual World Food and Agribusiness Symposium, 25-28 June, Chicago, USA.
  12. Sefoko N.M., van Rooyen C.J., Ndanga, L.Z. [2008]: Strategies to promote competitiveness and equity in South African agribusiness: the case of black economic empowerment in the South African wine industry. A report prepared for the National Agricultural Marketing Council, Pretoria, South Africa.
  13. South Africa's economic transformation: a strategy for broad-based black economic empowerment. [2003]. Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Pretoria, Government Printer
  14. South African wine industry statistics. [2006]. South African Wine Industry Information And Systems (SAWIS), Paarl, South Africa.
  15. The South African Wine Industry Strategy Plan (WIP): A strategic plan for a vibrant, united, non-racial and prosperous South African wine industry. [2003]. South African Wine and Brandy Company (SAWB), October 2003, Stellenbosch, South Africa.
  16. The strategic plan for South African agriculture. [2001]. National Department of Agriculture (NDA), Pretoria, South Africa.
  17. The wine industry transformation charter. [2007]. South African Wine Industry Council (SAWIC), Stellenbosch, South Africa.
  18. What is good governance? [2010]. United Nations Economic And Social Commission For Asia And The Pacific (UNESCAP). Poverty and Development Division. [Available at:] [Accessed: 01.06. 2010].
  19. Williamson K., Wood E. [2004]: The dynamics of the South African wine cluster: a basis for innovation and competitiveness? MBA thesis, Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town.
  20. Wine industry social compact. Advisory forum. [2007]. SA Wine Industry Council, Stellenbosch, South Africa.
Cytowane przez
Udostępnij na Facebooku Udostępnij na Twitterze Udostępnij na Google+ Udostępnij na Pinterest Udostępnij na LinkedIn Wyślij znajomemu