The role of barley into the strategy of bioeconomy in European Union
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CIANI, Adriano; HAMBURDĂ, Silvia-Brinduşa. The role of barley into the strategy of bioeconomy in European Union. In: Economie Lucrări ştiinţifice. Vol.37, 27 septembrie 2013, Chişinău. Chișinău, Republica Moldova: Centrul editorial UASM, 2013, pp. 33-37. ISBN 978-9975-64-252-1.
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Vol.37, 2013
Simpozionul "Economie"
Chişinău, Moldova, 27 septembrie 2013

The role of barley into the strategy of bioeconomy in European Union

Pag. 33-37

Ciani Adriano1, Hamburdă Silvia-Brinduşa2
1 University of Perugia,
2 „Ion Ionescu de la Brad” University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine ,Iaşi
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In the affirmation of the Sustainable Development Strategy, the agricultural production has a crucial role in the success of the bio-economy (Conway and Barbier, 2013). The European Commission adopted a strategic action plan called: “Innovate for sustainable growth: a Bio-economy for Europe” (OECD, 2011). The bio-economy will be one of the basic topics of the Horizon 2020 program. In this sense, very promising results are coming especially for the cycle of barley. Barley is a cultivation with large diffusion all around the world and with high capability of adaptation regarding to climate and soil variation (Asveld et al., 2011). Last year a University Network of Central Italy built a Research Project of National Interest entitled “Process and product innovation in the barley food chain for the improvement of quality and environmental sustainability of food and beverages”. A part of this Project born the opportunity create a collaboration with Italy and Romania for to measure the potentiality of contribute of the barley about the Bioeconomy Strategy.The specific collaboration it’s to is to arrange a bioeconomic evaluation of the barley chain with a particular focus on proposals for the supply chain and to boost the role of barley for the initiation of bio-economic development processes at national and European level.In this sense, the paper represents a first contribution about a specific part of the collaboration and, moreover, aims to deliver an example at the academic level about the innovative opportunities of bioeconomic research field.

Bio-economy, Barley Production Cycle, green economy, sustainable development, innovation