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Shareholder democracies? Corporate governance in britain, 1720-1844

Professor Robin Pearson | Economic & Social History | 01 October 2003

Much remains unknown about the political dimensions of british business between the bubble act of 1720 and the first stock companies act of 1844, ie. In the century or so before the advent of company registration and limited liability legislation. Th ...

Postdoctoral fellowship

Dr Jose-Rodrigo Cordoba-Pachon | Management and Business Studies | 01 September 2002

Information systems planning in developing countries using critical systems thinking this project further extends an initial approach to improving the practice of information systems planning in developing countries. The approach uses the ideas o ...

Sustainability and the local economy: the role of eco-industrial parks

Professor David Gibbs | Human Geography | 01 January 2002

While there has been an increasing interest in implementing sustainable development at the local and regional scales, relevant policies have frequently been long on rhetoric and short on implementation. This research project is examining a concrete p ...

Skills for next generation logistics and supply chain management

Dr Federico D'amico | 01 July 2013

Focus of the fellowship lies in the need for integrating the expertise hull university business school has in education to identify the skills needed for the next generation logistics and supply chain management professionals and develop the programm ...

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