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Vertical relationships in the value chain: an analysis based on price information for cod and salmon in Europe

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Vertical relationships in the value chain: an analysis based on price information for cod and salmon in Europe. / Asche, F.; Hartmann, J.; Fofana, A.; Jaffry, Shabbar; Menezes, R.

76 ed. Bergen, Norway : Institute for Research in Economics and Business Administration, 2002. 103 p. (Centre for fisheries economics report; No. 76).

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Harvard

Asche, F, Hartmann, J, Fofana, A, Jaffry, S & Menezes, R 2002, Vertical relationships in the value chain: an analysis based on price information for cod and salmon in Europe. Centre for fisheries economics report, no. 76, 76 edn, Institute for Research in Economics and Business Administration, Bergen, Norway. <http://brage.bibsys.no/nhh/bitstream/URN:NBN:no-bibsys_brage_22122/1/R48_01.pdf>

APA

Asche, F., Hartmann, J., Fofana, A., Jaffry, S., & Menezes, R. (2002). Vertical relationships in the value chain: an analysis based on price information for cod and salmon in Europe. (76 ed.) (Centre for fisheries economics report; No. 76). Institute for Research in Economics and Business Administration. http://brage.bibsys.no/nhh/bitstream/URN:NBN:no-bibsys_brage_22122/1/R48_01.pdf

Vancouver

Asche F, Hartmann J, Fofana A, Jaffry S, Menezes R. Vertical relationships in the value chain: an analysis based on price information for cod and salmon in Europe. 76 ed. Bergen, Norway: Institute for Research in Economics and Business Administration, 2002. 103 p. (Centre for fisheries economics report; 76).

Author

Asche, F. ; Hartmann, J. ; Fofana, A. ; Jaffry, Shabbar ; Menezes, R. / Vertical relationships in the value chain: an analysis based on price information for cod and salmon in Europe. 76 ed. Bergen, Norway : Institute for Research in Economics and Business Administration, 2002. 103 p. (Centre for fisheries economics report; 76).

Bibtex

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