His scientific interests lie mostly in Supply chain, Supply chain management, Marketing, Industrial organization and Food safety. As part of the same scientific family, Andrew Fearne usually focuses on Supply chain, concentrating on Modernization theory and intersecting with Food marketing, Internationalization and Agribusiness. His studies deal with areas such as Value, Competitive advantage, Lean manufacturing and Project environment as well as Supply chain management.
The Marketing study combines topics in areas such as Investment and Scope. The various areas that Andrew Fearne examines in his Industrial organization study include Supply and demand, Microeconomics and Supplier relationship management. His Food safety research integrates issues from Commerce, Private sector, Public economics and Commodity.
Andrew Fearne mainly focuses on Marketing, Supply chain, Supply chain management, Loyalty and Advertising. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Marketing and Food industry. Andrew Fearne focuses mostly in the field of Supply chain, narrowing it down to matters related to Industrial organization and, in some cases, Competitive advantage.
Supply chain management and Commodity are frequently intertwined in his study. His study on Loyalty is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Small business. The study incorporates disciplines such as Marketing research and Marketing strategy in addition to Marketing management.
Andrew Fearne mostly deals with Marketing, Supply chain, Industrial organization, Loyalty and Context. His work deals with themes such as Advertising and Conceptual framework, which intersect with Marketing. Andrew Fearne has included themes like Market power and Supply chain management in his Conceptual framework study.
His Supply chain research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Value, Competitive advantage and Economic system. His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Demand forecasting and Store format. His research integrates issues of Order and Targeted marketing in his study of Loyalty.
Andrew Fearne spends much of his time researching Marketing, Purchasing, Loyalty, Advertising and Context. Andrew Fearne regularly links together related areas like Econometrics in his Marketing studies. His Purchasing research includes elements of Focus group, Epidemiology, Scale and Environmental health.
His Loyalty study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Supply chain, Order and Private label. His study in Advertising is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Marketing management, Marketing research, Business marketing and Small business. His research in the fields of Return on marketing investment overlaps with other disciplines such as Power.
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Co-regulation as a possible model for food safety governance: Opportunities for public–private partnerships
Marian Garcia Martinez;Andrew Fearne;Julie A. Caswell;Spencer Henson.
Success factors in the fresh produce supply chain: insights from the UK.
Andrew Fearne;David Hughes.
The evolution of partnerships in the meat supply chain: insights from the British beef industry
Dimensions of sustainable value chains: implications for value chain analysis
Andrew Fearne;Marian Garcia Martinez;Benjamin Dent.
Traditional vs. Modern Food Systems? Insights from Vegetable Supply Chains to Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)
Jean-Joseph Cadilhon;Paule Moustier;Nigel D. Poole;Phan Thi Giac Tam.
Towards a framework for improvement in the management of demand in agri‐food supply chains
David Helliwell Taylor;A Fearne.
Efficiency versus effectiveness in construction supply chains: the dangers of “lean” thinking in isolation
Andrew Fearne;Nicholas Fowler.
Incentive structures for food safety and quality assurance: an international comparison
Jill E. Hobbs;Andrew Fearne;John Spriggs.
Sustainable value chain analysis – a case study of Oxford Landing from “vine to dine”
Claudine Soosay;Andrew Fearne;Benjamin Dent.
The management of perceived risk in the food supply chain: a comparative study of retailer-led beef quality assurance schemes in Germany and Italy
Andrew Fearne;Susan A. Hornibrook;Sandra Dedman.
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