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Der Zusammenhang Von Internationalisierung Und Unternehmenserfolg Am Beispiel Führender Europäischer Genossenschaften Der Molkerei- Und Fleischwirtschaft

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  • Makus, Christian
  • Heyder, Matthias
  • Theuvsen, Ludwig

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Die Internationalisierung der Märkte stellt auch die Unternehmen des Agribusiness vor große Herausforderungen. Am Beispiel von 21 führenden europäischen Genossenschaften der Mol-kerei- und Fleischwirtschaft wird daher in dem Beitrag der Zusammenhang zwischen Interna-tionalisierungsgrad und Unternehmenserfolg untersucht. Die Ergebnisse zeigen signifikant positive Auswirkungen steigender Internationalisierungsgrade auf die Erfolgskennzahlen.

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  • Makus, Christian & Heyder, Matthias & Theuvsen, Ludwig, 2011. "Der Zusammenhang Von Internationalisierung Und Unternehmenserfolg Am Beispiel Führender Europäischer Genossenschaften Der Molkerei- Und Fleischwirtschaft," 51st Annual Conference, Halle, Germany, September 28-30, 2011 114513, German Association of Agricultural Economists (GEWISOLA).
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