Regulation , Deregulation , and Free Market : The Food Manufacturing Industry in Zimbabwe

  title={Regulation , Deregulation , and Free Market : The Food Manufacturing Industry in Zimbabwe},
  author={Felix T. Mavondo},
This article investigates the relationship among environment, strategy, and and k-selection. When environmental pressure favors those organizational characteristics and performance in an industry at various organisms able to reproduce quickly (such as opening new stages of deregulation in a developing economy. The focus of the study is markets or introducing new products) they called this r-selecorganizational adaptation under different market conditions. The article tion, while k-selection… CONTINUE READING


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