2020
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-71832020000300014
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El papel de la economía informal en los proyectos agroecológicos durante el COVID-19

Abstract: Resumen El 13 de marzo de 2020 España decretó el estado de alarma debido a la emergencia sanitaria por el COVID-19. En este escenario el sector agroalimentario tuvo que responder a una gran demanda en términos de producción y abastecimiento. Entre los diferentes modelos productivos dentro del sector están las pequeñas iniciativas agroecológicas que pretenden desarrollar estilos de vida campesinos por encima de la reproducción del capital. Las pequeñas iniciativas agroecológicas han tenido que adaptarse a los c… Show more

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“…However, it has come to support millions of people with resources, although not stable, at least it allows subsistence (CASTILLO et al, 2020). Likewise, it is directly related to economic activity not registered or registered in State institutions (ESCRIBANO et al, 2020). Similarly, the informal economy is not always an individual choice, but rather a consequence of informal practices (MORÁN, 2021).…”
Section: Informal Gastronomymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, it has come to support millions of people with resources, although not stable, at least it allows subsistence (CASTILLO et al, 2020). Likewise, it is directly related to economic activity not registered or registered in State institutions (ESCRIBANO et al, 2020). Similarly, the informal economy is not always an individual choice, but rather a consequence of informal practices (MORÁN, 2021).…”
Section: Informal Gastronomymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This led to the exclusion of forms of supply that were not oriented to the market economy (Gasc on 2020). Policies of this kind overlook "peasant economies" (Narotzky 2016), depriving them of revenues, although demand for local and organic food is increasing in rural and urban areas for reasons relating to health and security (Batalla et al 2020;Escribano, Hummel, and Milano 2020). This situation highlights the dependency of livelihood strategies on transnational flows of commodities and the lack of a regional food policy to ensure a secure supply via sustainable local systems.…”
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confidence: 99%