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The snowball effect : global sourcing as an accelerator of economic globalization
Drawing on case studies of the strategies of global providers of outsourced business services, this article argues that the concept of ‘offshore outsourcing’ is no longer adequate to describe the restructuring of global ...
The Direction of Union Mergers in the United States : The Rise of Conglomerate Unionism
Trade union mergers have become common throughout the industrial world. In the United States, since the late 1970s, these have become increasingly multi-jurisdictional. Beginning in the 1990s, the trend has been dominated ...
Le Paradoxe de l’incertitiude : Quand moins signife plus
Le récent écroulement de Wall Street et d’autres places financières illustre le revers de la médaille des opportunités et des potentialités. Le 29 septembre 2008, à la suite de quelques liquidations mineures dans les bourses ...
Migrant and Minority Learning Needs in the Communications Industry : Final report
(University of Hertfordshire, 2009-11)
This research was commissioned to examine the trade union learning needs of migrant workers in the communications industry. The key research questions focus on how far this learning meets the needs of migrant workers, ...
Networking and Innovation in the Malaysian Palm Oil Industry : Past, Present and Future
This paper encourages leaders in the oil palm and palm oil industry to think deeply about networking and to form both informal and formal networking groups so that more innovation can be achieved. It introduces ideas from ...
Transport and Tourism: Global Perspectives.
(Prentice Hall, 2009-08-05)
Using case studies in university-level marketing education
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to develop a framework that can be used by marketing educators to evaluate the appropriateness of case studies for inclusion in a course. Design/methodology/approach - This viewpoint ...
Promoting labour market efficiency and fairness through a legal minimum wage : the Webbs and the social cost of labour
Neoclassical economists, using a competitive demand/supply model of labour markets, typically conclude a legislated minimum wage is harmful to economic efficiency and social welfare. The major theoretical counter-attack ...