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Lagerkvist

P?r (Fabian) . 1891--1974, Swedish novelist and dramatist. His works include the novels The Dwarf (1944) and Barabbas (1950): Nobel prize for literature 1951
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However, this is not an ultimate conclusion because each EU country can over-rule the decision of the European Commission and institute a ban on a national basis (Carlsson, Frykblom, & Lagerkvist, 2007).
Lagerkvist, 'Empowerment and Anger: Learning how to Share Ownership of the Museum' (2006) 4(2) Museum and Society 52, 53, 55.
(113) Philip Davies, Kristen Macpherson and Emma Froud, 'Public Attitudes towards, and Use of, General Food Labelling: Final Report' (Unit Report No 4, Social Science Research Unit, UK Food Standards Agency, January 2010); Charo Hodgkins et al, 'Understanding How Consumers Categorise Nutritional Labels: A Consumer Derived Typology for Front-of-Pack Nutrition Labelling' (2012) 59 Appetite 806; R Shepherd and M Raats, The Psychology of Food Choice (CABI Publishers, 2006); Carl Johan Lagerkvist and Sebastian Hess, 'A Meta-analysis of Consumer Willingness To Pay for Farm Animal Welfare' (2011) 38 European Review of Agricultural Economics 55.
The story of the man whose life was spared because of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, based on the novel by Nobel Prize winning Par Lagerkvist (2012)
Sorme and Lagerkvist marked brake and tire wear as one of the major contributors to stormwater [126].
Lagerkvist, 2010."Valuing public goods of the agricultural landscape: a choice experiment using reference points to capture observable heterogeneity," J.
[7.] Hansson H and CJ Lagerkvist Measuring farmers' attitudes to animal welfare and health.
Return on equity capital is defined as the increased value of equity capital in a given period and could be not only positive but preferably higher than the opportunity cost of capital (Lagerkvist & Andersson, 1996).
Moreover, there may be lack of clarity among consumers as they receive too much information regarding animal welfare (Lagerkvist & Hess, 2010) and most consumers do not understand good animal welfare practices (Lagerkvist & Hess, 2010).