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Shaping knowledge through dialogue: analysing corporate social responsibility

Professor Gerard Hanlon | Management & Business Studies | 01 October 2003

Corporate social responsibility (csr) is an increasingly important area of business activity. What the role of a company is, what its obligations are and to whom it is obliged are increasingly to the fore in the business and wider world. One only has ...

The macroeconomic impact of political violence in israel and egypt

Dr Anja Shortland | Economics | 01 October 2003

At a time of increasing political violence in many countries, identifying the true economic costs of containing a violent political conflict is crucial. It is relatively easy to calculate the direct costs of government repression of terrorist groups ...

Confidence in interactive decisions

Professor Andrew Colman | Economics | 01 September 2003

Interactive decisions are those in which outcomes depend on the actions of two or more agents. Such decisions have traditionally been studied within the conceptual framework of game theory, which rests on the fundamental assumption that individual de ...

British penal settlements in southeast asia and the indian ocean, 1773-1906

Dr Clare Anderson | Economic & Social History | 01 October 2002

This programme of research takes a comparative and international approach to the history of british penal policy, by examining experiments in penology at the fringes of empire. It will trace, compare and contextualise the penal, social and cultural h ...

Complementary schools and their communities in leicester

Professor Peter Martin | Education | 01 September 2002

The study will initially survey all complementary schools in leicester to understand the nature and scope of provision in supporting minority linguistic and ethnic communities. From survey information, two gujarati schools will be selected from the l ...

Australasia and international capital markets, 1850-1950

Dr B Attard | Economic & Social History | 01 January 2002

From the mid-nineteenth century, australia and new zealand were significant recipients of foreign capital. The broad aim of this research is to complete a study of their relationship with international capital markets that utilises the full range of ...

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