Workplan: general description
To address the objectives and achieve the expected results, a workplan consisting of five, partly consecutive and partly parallel,
phases (which each consist of one or more workpackages) has been designed; see table below.
The workplan has been divided into these phases, as each phase corresponds with one or two (in case of phase 4) milestone(s).
|1.||Performance indicators||Development and fine tuning of food supply chain performance indicators||1||1||0-22|
|2.||State of the art||The diversity and dynamics of food supply chains and consumers' attitudes||2 & 3||2||2-10|
|3.||Case studies||Micro-level assessment of the socio-economic performance of food supply chains||4, 5 & 6||3||10-26|
|4.||Recommendations||Recommendations for policy makers at regional, national and European level and for food supply chain stakeholders||7||4 & 5||27-34|
|5.||Dissemination and feedback||Dissemination of results to and feedback on provisional results by the academic and professional public||8||6||6-36|
In the figure below the relations and interaction between the different phases is presented:
Next, you might read a brief description of the workplan per phase.
A more detailed outline of the workplan is given in the description of the separate workpackages.
Also, a milestones list is available.