support@researchjournali.com
Rapid publication at affordable price for Researchers in Scholarly journals. Pinterest Youtube Google+ Twitter Facebook
Key Success Factors For Commercial Forestry & Sugar Value Chains In Uganda: A Comparative Study Of Linking Producers To Markets
Researchjournali's Journal Of ForestryOct,2016

This study examined the fit in perceptions regarding key success factors for competitiveness among high, medium and low performing entrepreneurs; and the compatibility of producers’ competitiveness expectations with market (millers) expectations. Methodology: A Case Study Approach as the major research strategy complemented by a Survey. The purpose of the research was to contribute towards emerging Global Value Chain (GVC) theory building. Results:. Quantitative data shows that high, medium and low producers concurred on key competitiveness factors; entrepreneurial traits e.g., personal involvement, productivity e.g., quality reliability, and financial e.g., cash flow. Competitiveness f

DownloadViews: 21Google+

You may also like to read


Plant Species Composition, Structure And Diversity In Nabkoi Forest Reserve
Towards Domestication And Adoption Of Eswata (markhamia Lutea) In Teso
Economic Analysis Of Canoe Production In The Riverine Areas Of
The Effectiveness Of Kenya's Forest Policy In Rehabilitation Of Mau
Comparative Analysis Of Forest Harvest Permit Between China And Rwanda
Estimation Of Aboveground And Belowground Carbon Sequestration Of Cupressus Lusitanica,
Models For Prediction Of Volume Of Thicket And Associate Tree
Population Status And Conservation Hotspots Of Prunus Africana (hook. F.)
Diversity And Biomass Variation In Masinde Muliro University Of Science
Abundance And Diversity Of Insect Visitors To Flower Of Moringa