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Final Report - BASAN
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1. Preamble
1.1 Background
1.2 Objectives
1.3 Workpackages

2. Executive summary
3. The complex of challenges

4. Recommendations
4.1. Joint activities
4.2. Regional activities

5. The Baltic Sea area
5.1 Agriculture in the Baltic Sea area
5.2 Primary production, yield of the most
common crops
5.3 Introduction to the Baltic Sea regions
5.3.1. Denmark
5.3.2. Germany
5.3.3. Latvia
5.3.4. Estonia
5.3.5. Poland
5.3.6. Sweden
5.3.7. Finland
5.3.8. Lithuania
5.3.9. The Baltic Sea Islands

6. Factors of significance for the dynamics of rural
regions in the Baltic Sea area.
6.1. Nature given factors
6.2. Institutional framework
6.3. Variable factors
6.4. Intangible factors

7. Initiatives that will contribute to a more dynamic
development in the Baltic Sea regions.
7.1. Joint activities
7.2. Acitivities on regional level

8. Technological observatory/scout function
8.1. Projcets financed by EU research progammes
8.2. Survey over EU research projects
8.3. Scout function - working procedure



9. Regional development- why do some regions perform
better than others?
9.1. Innovative clusters as a regional
development tool ?
9.2. Potential agro-industrial clusters
in the Baltic Sea region
9.3. Research clusters - networks of
excellence in the Baltic Sea area
9.4. How is a cluster created?
9.5. Regional impact of research.
University – industry co-operation
9.6. The public environment
9.7. The importance of geographic location
9.8. Other important factors

10. Agri-production versus Agri-culture
10.1. Agri-culture
10.2. Agri-production
10.3. The food industry in the future (2010)

11. New production opportunities in the Baltic Sea regions
11.1. New production opportunities
11.2. Bioenergy
11.3. Combined fuel and feed production.
Animal protein feed as a co-product
11.4.Food and non-food products
11.5. New crops - Speciality crops
11.6. By-products from agro-industrial productions

12. The Virtual factory concepts
12.1. The Vita Wheat Company
12.2. The LUPRO PROJECT
12.3. Summary of reactions to the virtual factories
12.4. Questionnaires

13. Creation of ago-industrial activities in rural area
Experience from USA
13.1. 21st Century Alliance
13.2. Kansas Value Added Centre
13.3. New Uses Council
13.4. Alternative Agricultural Research and
Commercialisation Corporation
13.5. The Agricultural Community Action Process
13.6. Value added Agricultural Products
Development Grants
13.7. Rural development policy

14. Final conference
14.1. Needs for changes
14.2. Success stories
14.3. New business opportunities

15. Basan members

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