Why Differences Make a Difference: Traditional Food Chain Performance in Selected European Countries

Adrienn Molnar, Xavier Gellynck, Robert D. Weaver


Organizations no longer compete as independent entities, but as chains (Christopher 1998; Cox 1999; Lambert and Cooper 2000), and these organizations more and more realize the performance potential of chains (Pearson and Samali 2005; Gellynck, Vermeire and Viaene 2006). Being part of a well

performing chain generates important performance benefits for the individual organization (Zhenxin, Hong and Edwin 2001). As a result, there is increasing interest in the performance of chains as a research subject (Beamon 1998). (more....)

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18461/pfsd.2010.1036

ISSN 2194-511X


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