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Record number 441960
Title Economic analyses of the Dutch greenhouse chain in a changing environment
Author(s) Verreth, D.M.I.
Source University. Promotor(en): Alfons Oude Lansink, co-promotor(en): Grigorios Emvalomatis; Frank Bunte. - S.l. : s.n. - ISBN 9789461737137 - 135
Department(s) Business Economics
MGS
Publication type Dissertation, internally prepared
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) glastuinbouw - ketenmanagement - economische verandering - instellingen - markten - milieu - marktconcurrentie - economische analyse - nederland - greenhouse horticulture - supply chain management - economic change - institutions - markets - environment - market competition - economic analysis - netherlands
Categories Production Chain Management / Horticulture
Abstract Horticultural greenhouse firms operate in a changing environment. This thesis has investigated the socio-economic consequences of market environment changes on supply, demand and prices throughout the Dutch greenhouse horticulture chain. The following market changes were studied: the increasing need for reducing fossil fuel use and CO2 emissions, the on-going consolidation among retail companies, and the increasing probability of health scares and border closures due to higher frequency of food safety hazards or reforms in trade regulations. Partial equilibrium models which dealt with these market environment changes, such as trade regulations, increasing market concentration and environmental changes, are reviewed. Subsequently, the economic consequences of the changes are examined.
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