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Can Cooperatives Compete with Privately Owned Firms Regarding Product Quality and Reputation?
(Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 2012)
We address the question whether cooperatives can effectively compete with private wineries regarding product quality and reputation. Cooperative reputation for product quality depends on individual grower contributions ...
Quantity vs. Quality: An Analysis of Wine Export Strategies into the U.S. Market
(Adelaide Convention Centre, 2010)
The six largest wine exporters to the US are Italy, Australia, France, Argentina, Chile, and Spain which cover 87% of all wine exports by volume and 88% by value. Each of these countries follows quite different paths in ...
Violations of procedural invariance and a Reverse “Delay-Speed-up Effect” in Intertemporal Choice
(Università degli Studi di Trento, 2013)
Tourism market segmentation with imprecise information
Die Zukunft der Nachhaltigkeit
(Linköping University Electronic Press, 2014)
Anders als der Titel nahelegen mag, soll der Vortrag weder der Frage nachgehen, ob und gegebenenfalls in welcher Weise der Nachhaltigkeitsbegriff auch morgen noch Teil der politischen Auseinandersetzung sein wird, noch ...
The Impact of Corruption and Accountability on Refuse Collection Costs
(Tomas Bata University, 2014)
This paper explores the link between accountability, corruption and efficiency in the context of the provision of a local public service. Using data on solid waste management services provided by a large sample of Italian ...
Towards the semantic web: Incentivizing semantic annotation creation process
One of the main obstacles hampering the adoption of semantic technologies, is the lack of interest of users to create semantic content. In this paper, we focus on the incentives that may be applied and embedded within an ...
Employee Motivation and Employee Differentiation in Continuous Improvement: Evidence from a Multinational Company in China
(Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge, 2010)