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Collective learning in knowledge economies: milieu or market?

Professor Philip Cooke | Human Geography | 01 October 2003

The fundamental aim of this research is to understand the processes technology intensive firms deploy in transforming scientific and technological knowledge into commercial products and services. Focusing on the information and communications, and bi ...

Genetics, religion and identity: a study of bangladeshi muslims in britain

Dr Sophie Gilliat-Ray | Interdisciplinary Studies | 01 October 2003

The practice of blood marriage (usually between cousins) within population groups that share a muslim religious identity remains common and with it, a disproportionate risk of recessively inherited genetic disorders. This interdisciplinary study will ...

Aim: developmental fellowship, public services, organizational turnaround

Professor G Boyne | Management & Business Studies | 01 September 2003

Excellence in the public service delivery productivity, sustained innovation, promising practices this research will generate new theoretical and empirical knowledge on the impact of management on public service delivery, and produce information f ...

Corporate capital structure in east asia before and after the recent crisis

Dr Sarmistha Pal | Economics | 01 September 2003

Many have attributed the problem of over-investment and excessive external borrowing to moral hazard as the common source, encouraged by various deep-rooted institutional deficiencies prevalent in many south-east asian economies. Despite a growing li ...

Female employees' prospects in the service industry in the chinese triangle

Professor Patricia Fosh | Management & Business Studies | 01 May 2003

This project investigates the opportunities for female employees to be promoted, to enter and to progress within management ranks, and to receive equal treatment, as compared to their male counterparts, in publicly- and privately-owned industries in ...

Going local? Regional innovation strategies and the new agri-food paradigm

Professor Kevin John Morgan | Human Geography | 01 May 2003

The proposed research aims to provide a critical assessment of local and organic food chains, one of the key features of a new agri-food paradigm which betokens a more sustainable form of production and consumption. The recently published curry repor ...

Developmental fellow, public service excellence, innovation and performance

Professor Richard Walker | Management & Business Studies | 01 September 2003

Public service improvement is at the heart of the uk government domestic policy. Attempts to improve public services, by the current government and past ones, have typically involved adapting practices or bundles of metrics for improved performance f ...

Problems of global governance of seafarers' health and safety

Professor Michael Bloor | Sociology | 01 December 2002

Over the last twenty years the shipping industry has been transformed by globalisation, but seafaring remains a high risk occupation. International health and safety standards in the industry are currently in the process of being updated, following t ...

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