Consumer perceptions toward Mexican garlic: an empirical analysis with PLS Path mode

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Original languageSpanish (Mexico)
Title of host publicationProceedings of the XI ISINI Conference
PublisherPearson
Pages84-94
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)978-607-32-0867-3
StatePublished - 2011

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Espejel Blanco, J. E., Camarena Gómez, D. M. J., & Chávez, M. (2011). Consumer perceptions toward Mexican garlic: an empirical analysis with PLS Path mode. In Proceedings of the XI ISINI Conference (pp. 84-94). Pearson .
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Consumer perceptions toward Mexican garlic: an empirical analysis with PLS Path mode. / Espejel Blanco, Joel Enrique; Camarena Gómez, Dena María Jesús; Chávez, Manuel.

Proceedings of the XI ISINI Conference. Pearson , 2011. p. 84-94.

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