Brian W Ilbery focuses on Marketing, Short food supply chains, Quality, Economic geography and Context. As part of his studies on Marketing, Brian W Ilbery often connects relevant subjects like Food systems. His Short food supply chains research focuses on subjects like Supply chain, which are linked to Rural economics, Development economics and Agrarian society.
His work carried out in the field of Quality brings together such families of science as Agriculture and Globalization. His work deals with themes such as Rural development, Rural tourism, Economic system and Embeddedness, which intersect with Economic geography. His Rural development study deals with Fair trade intersecting with Public economics.
Agriculture, Agricultural economics, Marketing, Economic growth and Economy are his primary areas of study. His work on Food security and Food systems as part of general Agriculture research is often related to Restructuring and West midlands, thus linking different fields of science. His work on Short food supply chains as part of general Food systems research is frequently linked to Food industry, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His work in Agricultural economics addresses subjects such as Organic farming, which are connected to disciplines such as Direct marketing and Socioeconomics. His study in the field of Food marketing and Quality also crosses realms of Food processing and Food chain. His Economic growth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Diversification, Development economics, Public economics and Rural economics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agriculture, Agricultural economics, Food security, Government and Socioeconomics. As a member of one scientific family, Brian W Ilbery mostly works in the field of Agriculture, focusing on Economy and, on occasion, Industrialisation, Agricultural statistics and Crop production. The various areas that Brian W Ilbery examines in his Agricultural economics study include Agricultural sustainability, Agricultural productivity, Intensive farming and Organic farming.
His Organic farming research incorporates elements of Marketing and Direct marketing. His Food systems and Food prices study in the realm of Food security connects with subjects such as Plant disease and Food safety. His Food systems study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economic geography and Development studies.
His main research concerns Agriculture, Agricultural economics, Restructuring, Organic farming and Context. His study in the fields of Arable land under the domain of Agriculture overlaps with other disciplines such as Weather patterns and Food supply. In his study, Scale is inextricably linked to Intensive farming, which falls within the broad field of Agricultural economics.
His study looks at the relationship between Scale and topics such as Community cohesion, which overlap with Economic growth. His Economic growth research includes themes of Welsh, Rural tourism and Tourism. Ethical consumption, Marketing, Niche market, Purchasing and Ideology are fields of study that overlap with his Context research.
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Making reconnections in agro-food geography: alternative systems of food provision
David Charles Hunter Watts;B. Ilbery;D. Maye.
Progress in Human Geography (2005)
Producer constructions of quality in regional speciality food production : a case study from south west England
Brian Ilbery;Moya Kneafsey.
Journal of Rural Studies (2000)
Food supply chains and sustainability: evidence from specialist food producers in the Scottish/English borders
Brian W Ilbery;Damian Maye.
Land Use Policy (2005)
Alternative (Shorter) Food Supply Chains and Specialist Livestock Products in the Scottish–English Borders:
Brian W Ilbery;Damian Maye.
Environment and Planning A (2005)
Product, Process and Place: An Examination of Food Marketing and Labelling Schemes in Europe and North America
Brian Ilbery;Carol Morris;Henry Buller;Damian Maye.
European Urban and Regional Studies (2005)
Retailing local food in the Scottish–English borders: A supply chain perspective
Brian W Ilbery;Damian M Maye.
Niche Markets and Regional Speciality Food Products in Europe: Towards a Research Agenda
B Ilbery;M Kneafsey.
Environment and Planning A (1999)
Globalization and the Changing Networks of Food Supply: The Importation of Fresh Horticultural Produce from Kenya into the UK
Hazel R Barrett;Brian W Ilbery;Angela W Brown;Tony Binns.
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (1999)
Conceptualizing Integrated Rural Tourism
Gunjan Saxena;Gordon Clark;Tove Oliver;Brian Ilbery.
Tourism Geographies (2007)
The development of alternative farm enterprises: A study of family labour farms in the northern Pennines of England
Ian Bowler;Gordon Clark;Alasdair Crockett;Brian Ilbery.
Journal of Rural Studies (1996)
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