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Master's Dissertation
DOI
Document
Author
Full name
Bruno Baltieri Dario
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
Ribeirão Preto, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Trentini, Flavia (President)
Bodiguel, Luc
Diniz, Gustavo Saad
Lauro, Alessandra di
Title in Portuguese
Impactos jurídicos da tipificação do contrato agroindustrial de integração no Brasil: o caso do setor avícola
Keywords in Portuguese
Avicultura
Contrato agroindustrial de integração
Direito Agrário
Abstract in Portuguese
O objetivo do trabalho é verificar os impactos jurídicos da tipificação do contrato agroindustrial de integração no setor avícola, partindo da perspectiva apresentada pela Nova Economia Institucional. Para isso, foram utilizados como fonte de dados pesquisa bibliográfica e dados secundários oficiais. Além disso, realizou-se pesquisa documental de instrumentos contratuais e entrevistas com avicultores em duas regiões, localizadas no Estado de São Paulo e Santa Catarina. Utilizou-se como marco teórico as premissas da Nova Economia Institucional, relacionando-se as estruturas de governança com a regulação do contrato. Os objetivos do trabalho voltaram-se para: i) analisar a formação e a tipificação dos contratos à luz da Nova Economia Institucional; ii) estudar o contrato de integração; iii) verificar os impactos jurídicos da Lei n. 13.288/2016 para o setor avícola brasileiro. Os resultados mostram a opção do legislador por estabelecer regras de conduta em contrapartida às normas imperativas que regem os contratos agrários típicos do Estatuto da Terra. Apesar da importante previsão de órgãos colegiados de formação paritária e de mecanismos de transparência, a lei mostrou-se insuficiente para coibir abuso de dependência econômica. Por fim, verificou-se que, mesmo após dois anos de sua publicação, os avicultores pouco têm ciência sobre a sua existência e o seu conteúdo, não sendo respeitada na relação contratual de integração.
Title in English
Legal impacts of the typification of contract farming in Brazil: the case of the poultry farming sector
Keywords in English
Agrarian Law
Contract farming
Poultry farming
Abstract in English
The objective of this study is to verify the legal impacts of the typification of contract farming in the poultry farming sector, starting from the perspective presented by the New Institutional Economics. For this purpose, bibliographic research and official secondary data were used as data source. In addition, documentary research on contractual instruments and interviews with poultry farmers were carried out in two regions, located in the States of São Paulo and Santa Catarina. The premises of the New Institutional Economics were used as theoretical framework, relating the structures of governance with contract regulation. The objectives of the study were: i) to analyze the formation and regulation of contracts in the light of the New Institutional Economics; ii) to study the integration contract; iii) to verify the impacts of Law n. 13,288/2016 on the Brazilian poultry farming sector. The results show the legislator's option to establish rules of conduct in contrast to the mandatory rules that govern the typical agricultural contracts regulated by Law 4,504, 30th November 1964. Despite the important prediction of collegiate bodies of parity formation and mechanisms of transparency, the law has proved insufficient to curb abuse of economic dependence. Finally, it was found that, even after two years of the law's publication, the poultry farmers are not aware of its existence and content, and it's not being respected in the contractual relationship of integration.
 
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