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Education of horticultural entrepreneurs by business games


, : Education of horticultural entrepreneurs by business games. Acta Horticulturae (97): 53-61

This paper gives a general outline of the management game ZEMA, a simulation model representing a pot plant market and horticultural firms acting on it.

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