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Serbian consumers ’ attitude towards ethical values of organic , fair-trade and typical / traditional products

  title={Serbian consumers ’ attitude towards ethical values of organic , fair-trade and typical / traditional products},
  author={Noureddin Driouech and Hamid El Bilali and Sinisa Berjan and Mirjana Radovic and Aleksandra and Despotovic},
The new Millennium has seen a renewed and intensified interest in issues of business ethics and corporate social responsibility (CSR). This has been partly driven by a wave of concern about conduct and governance of business and partly reflects a growing interest amongst consumers, policy makers and businesses, in forms of production and consumption that are more sustainable and more ethically oriented. This is typified by growth in demand of products encompassing ethical values such as organic… Expand

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