Kim P. Bryceson

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Copyright 2008 by [ Bryceson, Smith]. All rights reserved. Readers may make verbatim copies of this document for non-commercial purposes by any means, provided that this copyright notice appears on all such copies. Abstract Agri-food chains are complex systems involving multiple multifaceted firms usually working together within specific industry sectors(More)
INTRODUCTION In the minds of the public at large, food production has long been associated with on-farm agricultural endeavors-that is, the physical production of crops and livestock. The image that is conjured up tends to be of people on tractors ploughing and sowing the crop seed, or a herd of cattle being mustered in dusty conditions or of backbreaking(More)
The success of supply chains, whether they are whole-of-industry chains or internal business chains, depends on integration, coordination, communication and cooperation. However, one of the key issues faced by enterprises within a supply chain is the tendency for each component in the supply chain to have different goals – particularly since each(More)
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