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Ny artikkel - Aligning end-to-end seafood supply through a series of markets

Av: Werner Tarjei Fiskergård | Publisert: 09.08.2017 13:17:07
Per Engelseth

​Førsteamanuensis Per Engelseth ved Høgskolen i Molde har publisert en artikkel i tidsskriftet International Journal of Production Economics.

​Sammendrag av artikkelen:

A case study that considers alignment of seafood export through a set of sequentially interdependent networked markets. The article shows how developed relationships and trust, but also an acceptance of partner switching, characterizes exchange characterises the studied seafood export from Norway as norms facilitating agile seafood distribution.

Forfatter: Per Engelseth

Tittel: Aligning end-to-end seafood supply through a series of markets

Tidsskrift: International Journal of Production Economics

 

In English:

Associate professor Per Engelseth of Molde University College has published an article in the International Journal of Production Economics.

Summary of the article:

A case study that considers alignment of seafood export through a set of sequentially interdependent networked markets. The article shows how developed relationships and trust, but also an acceptance of partner switching, characterizes exchange characterises the studied seafood export from Norway as norms facilitating agile seafood distribution.

Author: Per Engelseth

Title: Aligning end-to-end seafood supply through a series of markets

Journal: International Journal of Production Economics

Sist oppdatert: 16.08.2017 13:09:55
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