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Not widely held). e. e. e. purchased in resource markets). 3). 1 Business network embeddedness The firm’s contacts in its network can influence the attention for the environment (Clarke, 1998; Clarke and Roome, 1999; Verheul, 1999). 3). g. buyers and suppliers), can also increase attention for the environment, if they impose environmental requirements on the firm. g. buyers, suppliers, and competitors) to achieve business performance. A network can be defined as a set of interdependent business relationships that evolve from the manager’s personal contacts or from market-based relationships (Claro, 2003).

G. ISO9001), as well as managerial control of environmental and personnel issues (among others). Last, the Dutch Product Board Animal Feed has developed GMP standards (Good Manufacturing Practice). It aims to ensure the 44 Environmental management in the Dutch food and beverage industry  Study domain safety of animal feed, which is used in different food chains, including meat processing and egg production. It induces, among other things, the implementation of HACCP requirements and a quality system, like ISO9001.

G. for regular environmental information exchange or environmental cooperation), the establishment of contacts between firm B and C would form a redundant tie in the network. A sparse network implies that there are few redundant ties and, vice versa, a dense network includes many redundant ties. Two main, but opposite, views on the importance of redundant ties are addressed by Coleman and Burt (see: Scholten, 2006). Coleman’s closure argument stresses the importance of redundant ties, because they facilitate trust and reduce opportunism (Coleman, 1988; 1990).

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