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- Harris, K.D.; James Jr., H.S.
- Journal on chain and network science 2014 v.14 no.1 pp. 43-57
- animal health; business enterprises; nutrition; sociology
- ... The research examining bioscience networks has been studied from two perspectives. One view comes from economics and the other sociology. We examine the technical (material flows) and people aspects (information sharing) of interdependency in the context of economic exchanges in a bioscience network. The empirical contributions are the techniques used to explain the network structure of a burgeoni ...
- Omta, S.W.F.; Fortuin, F.T.J.M.
- Journal on chain and network science 2014 v.14 no.1 pp. 59-67
- brand name products; business enterprises; food industry; food labeling; human resources; managers; market orientation; processed foods; questionnaires; research and development; sales; Netherlands
- ... The time when private labels consisted only of low-priced, low-quality products has long gone. A new type of cooperative innovation project has emerged in which food processors and retailers work closely together to target consumers with new and innovative products. These so-called high-end private label innovation projects can be typified as Early Customer Integration (ECI) projects. ECI projects ...