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Article Review – The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-century Southeast Asia by Valeria Giacomin June 27, 2018 ~ helenavarkkey I was recently invited by the NEP-HIS (New Economic Papers on Business, Economic and Financial History) blog to write a review for the above article, freely available at ...

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The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-Century Southeast Asia Valeria Giacomin (bio) Malaysia and Indonesia account for 90 percent of global exports of palm oil, forming one of the largest agricultural clusters in the world.

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The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-century Southeast Asia by Valeria Giacomin (Harvard-Newcomen Fellow in Business History during 2017/2018) Abstract: Malaysia and Indonesia account for 90 percent of global exports of palm oil, forming one of the largest agricultural clusters in the world.

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The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-Century Southeast Asia by Valeria Giacomin "The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-Century Southeast Asia."

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Malaysia and Indonesia account for 90 percent of global exports of palm oil, forming one of the largest agricultural clusters in the world. This article uses archival sources to trace how this cluster emerged from the rubber business in the era of British and Dutch colonialism.

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The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-century Southeast Asia by Valeria Giacomin (Harvard-Newcomen Fellow in Business History during 2017/2018) Abstract: Malaysia and Indonesia account for 90 percent of global exports of palm oil, forming one of the largest agricultural clusters in the world.

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Export performance and potential of Singapore. ... The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-Century Southeast Asia ... by connecting cluster emergence to the ...

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The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-Century Southeast Asia ... The article also extends the current literature on cluster emergence by showing that the rise ...

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Valeria Giacomin | CBS - Copenhagen Business School

Valeria Giacomin / The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-century Southeast Asia. In: Enterprise & Society, Vol. 18, No. 2, 6.2018, p. 272-308

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Palm Oil and Cluster Competition More from these Authors The Transformation of the Global Palm Oil Cluster: Dynamics of Cluster Competition between Africa and Southeast Asia (c. 1900–1970)

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palm oil, rubber, and colonialism | the nep-his blog

Palm Oil, Rubber, and Colonialism | The NEP-HIS Blog

The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-century Southeast Asia by Valeria Giacomin (Harvard-Newcomen Fellow in Business History during 2017/2018) Abstract: Malaysia and Indonesia account for 90 percent of global exports of palm oil, forming one of the largest agricultural clusters in the world.

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The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-Century Southeast Asia ... The article also extends the current literature on cluster emergence by showing that the rise ...

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Valeria Giacomin / The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-century Southeast Asia. I: Enterprise & Society, Vol. 18, Nr. 2, 6.2018, s. 272-308

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Malaysia and Indonesia account for 90 percent of global exports of palm oil, forming one of the largest agricultural clusters in the world. This article uses archival sources to trace how this cluster emerged from the rubber business in the era of British and Dutch colonialism.

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Valeria Giacomin (Harvard Business School) was awarded The Mira Wilkins Prize for the article "The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-Century Southeast Asia" (Vol. 19, June 2018): 272-308. This prize, established in 2009 in recognition of the path-breaking scholarship of Mira Wilkins, is awarded to the ...

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The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-century Southeast Asia. by Valeria Giacomin (Harvard-Newcomen Fellow in Business History during 2017/2018) 1.260 de cuvinte mai mult

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TRADE FOR ALL: The Implications of EU Trade ... - The Oil Palm

With a pending FLEGT regulation for Palm Oil from Brussels, what do these two directions in policy mean for Malaysian Palm Oil? First to Malaysia. It’s apparent from the Trade For All document that the EU now considers Asia to be a priority. This is a change. Previously, the EU’s trade policy relationship with Asia was very much reactive.

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Palm Oil, Rubber, and Colonialism - Journal Article Review: Giacomin, V. The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-century Southeast Asia, Enterprise and Society, Volume 19, Issue 2, June 2018, pp. 272-308

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The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in early 20th century Southeast Asia more by Valeria Giacomin Malaysia and Indonesia account for 90 percent of global exports of palm oil, forming one of the largest agricultural clusters in the world.

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A. thick oil extracted from palm nut clusters. B. key trading product in mid-late 1800's, Niger delta main exporter, altered social structure of coastal trading communities, used for food products, as industrial lubricant, soap, and candles

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Contextualizing the cluster - OpenArchive@CBS

1. The emergence of an export cluster: Traders and palm oil in 20th-century Southeast Asia; 2. Negotiating cluster boundaries: Governance shifts in the palm oil cluster of the Malay Peninsula (1945–1970 ca.); 3. Winner takes all: Palm oil and cluster competition (1900–1970).

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I am leading a research project on Environmental Governance at the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS), University of Malaya. As part of this project, and together with our partners SUSTAINPEAT at the University of Leicester, we organised a Workshop to compare Environmental Governance in the Palm Oil Sector in the regions of Latin America…

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A spat over palm oil: The Philippines' patience with Malaysia ...

The Philippines consumed approximately 1.3 million metric tons of palm oil in 2017. Despite experiencing no significant increase in demand, the Philippines Statistics Authority (PSA) reported that the nation’s palm oil imports reached a new high in 2018, soaring to 278,384.039 metric tons. This is ...

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NEPHIS Review of E&S Article and Free Access

This week in the NEPHIS blog, Helena Varkkey (University of Malaya) comments on "The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-Century Southeast Asia" by Valeria Giacomin (Harvard-Newcomen Fellow in Business History), Enterprise and Society 19, (June 2018): 272-308.

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The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-century Southeast Asia. by Valeria Giacomin (Harvard-Newcomen Fellow in Business History during 2017/2018) 1 260 mots de plus

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Palm Oil Trade - EssaysWriters.com

This was a begging of a new era of palm oil trade. The palm oil trade led to the loss of economic and political independence by the people and close integration of the local economy into the capitalist economy due to the emergence of palm oil trade (Ikein, Alamieyeseigha &Azaiki, 2008).

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Palm Oil, Rubber, and Colonialism - Journal Article Review: Giacomin, V. The Emergence of an Export Cluster: Traders and Palm Oil in Early Twentieth-century Southeast Asia, Enterprise and Society, Volume 19, Issue 2, June 2018, pp. 272-308

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Palm oil at new high - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

Palm oil is the cheapest vegetable oil in the world, standing at an 18.4 per cent discount to soyaoil, which traded at around $1,391 per ton at Rotterdam port on Monday, traders said. Palm oil and ...

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What are the sources of commodity price volatility changes? Based on observation of the palm-oil market (1818–1999), our hypothesis is that the superimposition of short-distance operators located near the export supply, whose expectation horizon is limited to a few weeks, and long-distance operators further from the export supply, whose expectation horizon exceeds six months to one year, is ...

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what explains price volatility changes in commodity markets ...

What explains price volatility changes in commodity markets ...

What are the sources of commodity price volatility changes? Based on observation of the palm-oil market (1818–1999), our hypothesis is that the superimposition of short-distance operators located near the export supply, whose expectation horizon is limited to a few weeks, and long-distance operators further from the export supply, whose expectation horizon exceeds six months to one year, is ...

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palm oil at new high - newspaper - dawn.com

Palm oil at new high - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

Palm oil is the cheapest vegetable oil in the world, standing at an 18.4 per cent discount to soyaoil, which traded at around $1,391 per ton at Rotterdam port on Monday, traders said. Palm oil and ...

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BRITISH COLONIAL POLICIES AND THE OIL PALM INDUS- TRY IN THE ...

ing fat” (Dike, 1956). The use for palm oil in Europe increased with time. The residue of palm-kernel was fed to livestock, while palm oil itself was used for the manufacturing of pharmaceutical products (Helleiner, 1966). Between 1865 and 1910, the export of palm produce doubled from West Africa as Nigeria took the lead (Stillard, 1938).

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smallholder oil palm development were analyzed, and compared to past and existing schemes. The focus of this study is on oil palm smallholders, who play a crucial role in the palm oil production industry and account for the vast majority of oil palm cultivation in Malaysia, even more so in Indonesia. The study looked at the following questions:

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Greasy Palms: European buyers of Indonesian palm oil

- Greasy palms: European buyers of Indonesian palm oil (original research: Jan Willem van Gelder, Profundo) A summary of the two research reports, Greasy Palms – palm oil, the environment and big business (Friends of the Earth, 2004) is also available. These reports can be obtained from Friends of the Earth, 26 – 28 Underwood Street, London

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Cluster Bulletin philippine - JICA

The palm oil cluster team was “very grateful” to JICA for supporting the oil palm growers and farmers in Maguindanao by guid-ing and funding all their turn to page 6 projects and activities to promote the growth of the palm oil industry, accord-ing to the cluster chairman Suharto Ibay. “Since we’re still in the early stages of

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The Palm Oil Cluster and its contribution to the ...

The international trade of palm oil sparked by the industrial revolution in Europe, began in the 19th century. Palm oil was used as lubricant for steam engines and machinery as well as vegetable oil suitable for soap manufacturing and many other technical purposes.

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Commodities: Malaysia’s natural treasures | Borneo Post Online

Tai and Hoe noted that crude palm oil (CPO) export were sluggish, adding that Malaysia’s palm oil export was flat at 1.419 million tonnes, with an increase in shipments to India and China ...

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formed over mutually beneficial trade, exchanges which saw the Oba offer peppers, ivory and slaves in exchange for coral beads, textiles, mirror and other products from a more developed European markets. During this period of slave trading, the Dutch also joined other traders to exchange textiles with slaves and palm oil. In searching

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Malaysian Palm Oil Industry - MY Palm Oil Council

A unique feature of the oil palm is that it produces two types of oil - palm oil from the flesh of the fruit, and palm kernel oil from the seed or kernel. For every 10 tonnes of palm oil, about 1 tonne of palm kemel oil is also obtained. Several processing operations are used to produce the finished palm oil that meets the users' requirements.

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Econ Section 4 Flashcards | Quizlet

Figure 63 shows contemporary estimates of increasing palm oil exports from West Africa to Britain, and an image of a man climbing an oil palm to collect the palm nuts from which the oil was harvested. Similarly, gum Arabic was used as a stiffener in the growing textile industries of Britain and France.

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What explains price volatility changes in commodity markets ...

Palm-oil has remained the most important vegetable-oil traded in the world ever since. 2.3. Feature 3: shifts in the geography of tradeEuropean palm-oil imports represented more than 70% of world palm-oil imports until 1972–1973. They have represented somewhat less than 20% since the early 1980s.

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Canola futures closed up on Monday but off the high point set during morning trade. Stronger Malaysian palm oil exports lifted palm prices and that in turn helped lift canola futures on Monday.

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cluster bulletin philippine - jica

Cluster Bulletin philippine - JICA

The palm oil cluster team was “very grateful” to JICA for supporting the oil palm growers and farmers in Maguindanao by guid-ing and funding all their turn to page 6 projects and activities to promote the growth of the palm oil industry, accord-ing to the cluster chairman Suharto Ibay. “Since we’re still in the early stages of

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The oil palm plantations in Malaysia are largely based on the estate management system and smallholder scheme. Read this Article : About Palm Oil "Malaysia is one the largest producers and exporters of palm oil in the world, accounting for 11% of the world's oils & fats production and 27% of export trade of oils & fats."

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Key Sustainability Issues in the Palm Oil Sector

This document, Key Sustainability Issues in the Palm Oil Sector addresses the second stage of this process. This paper provides a general overview of the sector and the issues facing it, and seeks to help provides a framework for the upcoming discussions with a wide range of stakeholders.

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2. The Oil Palm In Africa | Oil Palm Knowledge Base

In the early 1870s exports of palm oil from the Niger Delta were 25 000 to 30 000 tonnes per annum and by 1911 the British West African territories exported 87 000 tonnes. The export of palm kernels also began in 1832 and by 1911 British West Africa alone exported 157 000 tonnes of which about 75 percent came from Nigeria.

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The emergence of Southern standards in agricultural value ...

To address these sustainability issues, WWF-Switzerland began exploring the possibility of a private sector partnership for setting a standard for sustainable palm oil in the early 2000s. In 2002, WWF gathered a group of European retailers, food manufacturers, palm oil processors, traders, and financial institutions in London.

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Palm Oil Industrial Cluster, Malaysia POIC - Tawau

The first oil palm plantation in Malaysia was set up in 1917. Since then the palm oil industry has grown to become the largest producer and exporter of palm oil in the world, accounting for 52 percent of world production and 64 percent of world exports in 1997.

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2 OIL PALM - fao.org

In the early 1870s exports of palm oil from the Niger Delta were 25 000 to 30 000 tonnes per annum and by 1911 the British West African territories exported 87 000 tonnes. The export of palm kernels also began in 1832 and by 1911 British West Africa alone exported 157 000 tonnes of which about 75 percent came from Nigeria.

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