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How the 'made in' can influence the eco-equality assessment of a product: An experimental study on the case of the European Ecolabel

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  • Sihem Dekhili
  • Mohamed Akli Achabou

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This research explores the country of origin effect on the evaluation of ecolabelled products. Findings from experimentation indicate that the mention of a country of origin with favorable image in terms of sustainable development has a neutral effect on

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  • Sihem Dekhili & Mohamed Akli Achabou, 2014. "How the 'made in' can influence the eco-equality assessment of a product: An experimental study on the case of the European Ecolabel," Working Papers 2014-140, Department of Research, Ipag Business School.
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