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Revisiting the European Horsemeat Scandal: The Role of Power Asymmetry in the Food Supply Chain Crisis
This study explores the role of power asymmetry in the food supply chain, especially in relation to the channel confl ict, and ultimate breakdown that culminated in the infamous European horsemeat scandal across Europe. ...
The Role of Organisational and Informational Factors Affecting Knowledge Utilisation in Agri-food SMEs
Given the critical role of information and marketing in SME management it is surprising that little attention has been paid to the salient factors that motivates or inhibits consumer information use by agri-food SMEs. A ...
The relationship between unhealthy food sales, socio-economic deprivation and childhood weight status : results of a cross-sectional study in England
Recent increases in obesity prevalence have led to research into the neighbourhood food environment. Research suggests that proximity and density of food outlets around the home is associated with childhood obesity prevalence, ...
Consumer motivation and willingness to pay for “safer” vegetables in Ghana
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to assess consumer motivation and willingness to pay (WTP) for “safer” vegetables from the use of non-treatment options of wastewater use in urban/peri-urban vegetable production. ...
Weighted Marking, Clique Structure and Node- Weighted Centrality to Predict Distribution Centre’s Location in a Supply Chain Management
Despite the importance attached to the weights or strengths on the edges of a graph, a graph is only complete if it has both the combinations of nodes and edges. As such, this paper brings to bare the fact that the node-weight ...
Marketing Factors Influencing Fairtrade Food Buying Behaviour in the UK
The phenomenal growth of the fairtrade industry has attracted increased research interest but little is known as to what marketing factors drive fairtrade retail sales. This gap has profound implications for fairtrade ...
Linking Fairtrade Shopper Insights and Supply Chain Management : Implications for Global South Producers
Fairtrade supply chains lack information linking commodity producers with fairtrade shopper behaviour. This paper aims to show how supermarket loyalty card data of over 1.7 million shoppers can be analysed using pairedsamples ...
African Export Supply Chain Agility : A Case of the Ghanaian International Pineapple Export Supply Chain
The rapidly changing business environment presents organisational agility challenges to developing country export supply chains and imposes methodological challenges on how to measure, monitor and evaluate these agility ...
Fairtrade Buying Behaviour : We know what they think, but do we know what they do?
(University of Kent, 2013-01)
Emerging global discussions on ethical consumerism has boosted academic interest in fairtrade but little is known as to what marketing factors drive fairtrade retail sales. This gap has profound implications for marketing ...
Effective Decision-Making and Problem-Solving
(Chartered Institute of Professional Development (CIPD) UK, 2010)