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Adaptive behavior in buyer-supplier relationships
It is a feature of business-to-business markets that individual buyer-supplier relationships can assume great importance for both the buying and the selling organization. In such relationships both firms, to a greater or ...
Small business development and tourism: Terra incognita?
This paper argues that the relationship between tourism and small business remains terra incognita because much of the existing research is published in diverse sources and fails to explicitly contribute to methodological ...
Implementing the EU accounting directives in Sweden — practitioners' views
Sweden legislated in 1995 to implement the European Union (EU) directives relating to harmonization of accounting. This article reports the results of an empirical study, based upon interviews and a questionnaire survey, ...
An aid to intuitively understanding bias and consistency
Students often find the concepts of bias and consistency hard to understand intuitively. This paper presents means of demonstrating these concepts using a computer so that the students, once they have seen them in action, ...
Jobs for the girls: A study of the careers of professional women returners following participation in a European funded updating programme
This paper uses the findings of a recent study of professional women returning to work after a career break. It critically examines their return to work following attendance of a European funded updating course, and evaluates ...
Lessons for the future : Safety critical systems
(IEEE COMPUTER SOC, 1999)
This paper investigates the underlying flaws in the development of the LAS despatch system and compares it with similar attempts from across the globe. The common themes that seem to plague ambulance despatch systems are ...
Transport and Tourism: Global Perspectives
(Addison Wesley Longman, 1999)