Items where Gloucestershire Author is "Gonzalez-Triay, Magdalena"

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Barbe, Federico, G. Topolansky, Wolfhard, Franz Georg and Gonzalez-Triay, Magdalena (2018) Can Bio-labels help Companies to Gain Competitive Advantage in the Organic Food Market in Germany? International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 8 (8). 264- 278. doi:10.6007/IJARBSS/v8-i8/4468

Barbe, Federico, G. Topolansky, Dewitz, Philip von and Gonzalez-Triay, Magdalen (2017) Understanding Consumer Behaviour to Develop Competitive Advantage: A Case Study Exploring the Attitudes of German Consumers towards Fruits with Cosmetic Flaws. International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences, 7 (6). pp. 554-580. doi:10.6007/IJARBSS/v7-i6/3013

Yahiaoui ,Hela Chebbi, Dorra, Topolansky Barbe, Federico, Gonzalez Triay, Magdalena and Häufele, Cornelia (2016) The competitiveness of the Uruguayan rural tourism sector and its potential to attract German tourists. Competitiveness Review, 26 (2). pp. 166-187. doi:10.1108/CR-06-2015-0050

Barbe, Federico Topolansky, Gonzalez Triay, Magdalena and Fujarczuc, Andrea (2016) An Exploratory Research of the Potential Strategic Benefits of Specialising in Riesling Grape: A Case Study from the Niagara Wine Region. Advances in Economics and Business, 4 (10). pp. 515-524. doi:10.13189/aeb.2016.041001

Topolansky Barbe, Frederico, Gonzalez-Triay, Magdalen and Mortaz, Morad (2011) A Critical Analysis of the Competitiveness of the Iranian Pistachio Industry. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2 (23). pp. 30-38.

Topolansky Barbe, Frederico and Gonzalez-Triay, Magdalen (2011) Is Porter’s diamond applicable to developing countries? A case study of the broiler industry in Uruguay. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2 (6). pp. 17-28.

Topolansky Barbe, Frederico, Gonzalez-Triay, Magdalen and Hughes, N J (2011) The challenges of a consolidated supply chain to British dairy farmers. Social Research, 2 (23). pp. 90-99.

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