Smith M and Crotty J 2008 Environmental regulation and innovation driving

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Appendix Block Objective Main questions Data collection instrument Respondent sector Data analysis 1 Characterization of the company Company name, number of employees, sector, size of plant, average production, sales market Website and interview Production and or quality Comparison of company characteristics 1 Identification of respondents Name, e-mail, position, education and experience in the area Interview Logistics, purchasing, quality, production and the environment To guarantee the quality of the responses 2
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