Social Networks and Supplychain Management in Rural Areas: A Case Study Focusing on Organic Olive Oil
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- Medicamento, Umberto & Degennaro, Bernardo, 2006. "Social Networks and Supply chain Management in Rural Areas: A Case Study Focusing on Organic Olive Oil," MPRA Paper 14558, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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