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Bruynis et al. (1997) define success in terms of longevity, business growth, profitability, and members’ satisfaction. Sexton and Iskow (1988) measure success based on self-evaluation. Ziegenhorn (1999) understands success of networks in terms of their survival. In Sect. 1 we proposed Determinants of Successful Cooperation in Agricultural Markets 35 measuring the success of producer groups in terms of being able to coordinate the exchange between farmers and purchasers and additionally to operate at per unit costs, which do not exceed per the unit costs of organizing the transaction through alternative ways.
I. Banaszak Humboldt University Berlin, Division of Resource Economics, Luisenstr. de 27 28 I. Banaszak Data from an empirical survey carried out with leaders of producer groups located in Wielkopolska Province show a substantial variety in the performance of producer groups. First of all, at the time the research was carried out 20% of the groups were disbanded. Second, only 80% of functioning groups performed the main task of organizing joint sales of the output produced individually by memberfarmers; others were engaged only in organizing such activities as joint transportation, joint purchase of the means of production, organizing trainings for members and other social events.
The main aim of those organizations was to organize joint sales of output produced individually by their members. Some of the groups were functioning effectively while others had disbanded or were no longer performing their essential functions. Variables such as the leader’s strength, previous business acquaintances, initial selection of members, and number of members have a significant positive impact on the likelihood of success of the researched organizations. Keywords: Cooperation · Agricultural markets · Producer groups · Poland 1 Introduction In the mid-1990s organizations called producer groups first appeared in Poland.