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Managing Urban Tourism
(Prentice Hall, 2002-09-06)
Sophistry, relevance and technology transfer in management research : an IMP perspective
The practical relevance of research to the needs of managers matters to academics, business people, and policy makers. The paper asks whether Industrial Marketing and Purchasing Group (IMP) research has achieved such ...
Die Produktion eines Kybertariats : Die Wirklichtkeit virtueller Arbeit
The standpoint that a global economy emerges as a consequence of 1989 can be justified. The WTO dismantles all remaining barriers to the interstate movement of capital.
Learning from failure
This paper addresses the topic of failures in computer-based systems. It does so in three stages: first it describes failure cases in a single domain, that of computer-based ambulance despatch systems; then it discusses ...
Safety, risk, and danger : A new dynamic perspective
The Legal Nature of the Firm and the Myth of the Firm-Market Hybrid
Many past economists drew a sharp conceptual distinction between the firm and the market. For example, Smith and Marshall recognised the legal nature and structure of the firm, and saw it as having important economic ...
Reflections on the research process: creativity and identity
This paper argues that we should better encourage our students to represent organisational life and their experience of it. Two options are discussed, the first one of which is to consider the adoption of a reflexive ...
Information Technology, US Union Organizing and Union Effectiveness
This paper examines the effects of information technology (IT) on organizing and union effectiveness in US national unions. Original survey data and data from government and independent sources are combined to model outcomes ...