Harry Bremmers

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1) Associate professor business administration group, social sciences department of WUR. 3) Phd of business administration group, social sciences department of WUR. ABSTRACT For many companies in the Dutch food industry and the agribusiness, it is not only necessary to limit their pollution by means of end-of pipe innovation, but also to bring structural(More)
This contribution addresses the effects of geographical indications on intra-EU and international trade. Trade is hampered by the exclusiveness of indications like “Protected Designations of Origin or Protected Geographical Indications”, which at the same time is necessary to protect their value. As protection of the property right is weak for Traditional(More)
The present paper focuses on the perceived quality of information exchange between government and business (G2B) in the field of environmental reporting in the Dutch agri-food industry. It seems most important for environmental performance enhancement (a concept that includes the quality of information given to stakeholders in our view) that companies are(More)
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