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Changing governance structures in South African agribusiness

(2008) OUTLOOK ON AGRICULTURE. 37(4). p.269-275
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This article examines the changing governance structures in the South African agri-food sector. Changing legislative and market conditions forced agribusiness managers to rethink their governance structures to ensure the competitiveness of the agri-food sector. They had to adapt to the new structures in a relatively short time. Three case studies of different levels of coordination between firms are presented. The analysis indicates a move away from spot markets to managed coordination structures in response to the deregulation of South African agricultural policy
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governance structure, agribusiness, South Africa

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Doyer, OT et al. “Changing Governance Structures in South African Agribusiness.” OUTLOOK ON AGRICULTURE 37.4 (2008): 269–275. Print.
APA
Doyer, O., D’Haese, M., Van Rooyen, C., Kirsten, J., & D’Haese, L. (2008). Changing governance structures in South African agribusiness. OUTLOOK ON AGRICULTURE, 37(4), 269–275.
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Doyer, OT, Marijke D’Haese, CJ Van Rooyen, JF Kirsten, and Luc D’Haese. 2008. “Changing Governance Structures in South African Agribusiness.” Outlook on Agriculture 37 (4): 269–275.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Doyer, OT, Marijke D’Haese, CJ Van Rooyen, JF Kirsten, and Luc D’Haese. 2008. “Changing Governance Structures in South African Agribusiness.” Outlook on Agriculture 37 (4): 269–275.
Vancouver
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Doyer O, D’Haese M, Van Rooyen C, Kirsten J, D’Haese L. Changing governance structures in South African agribusiness. OUTLOOK ON AGRICULTURE. London, England: I P PUBLISHING LTD; 2008;37(4):269–75.
IEEE
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O. Doyer, M. D’Haese, C. Van Rooyen, J. Kirsten, and L. D’Haese, “Changing governance structures in South African agribusiness,” OUTLOOK ON AGRICULTURE, vol. 37, no. 4, pp. 269–275, 2008.
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  author       = {Doyer, OT and D'Haese, Marijke and Van Rooyen, CJ and Kirsten, JF and D'Haese, Luc},
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  language     = {eng},
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  publisher    = {I P PUBLISHING LTD},
  title        = {Changing governance structures in South African agribusiness},
  volume       = {37},
  year         = {2008},
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