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Nimrod AEW flies again : A procurement case study
(IEEE COMPUTER SOC, 1994-05)
The paper introduces the background to the development of the Nimrod Airborne Early Warning (AEW) system and its eventual demise. The Nimrod program represents the largest development effort of the early 1070s. It is aimed ...
Spatial perspectives on the Channel Tunnel: an introduction
The opening of the Channel Tunnel will have important implications for accessibility and the European space economy. There has been a significant growth in multidisciplinary research related to the impact of the Channel ...
Developing heritage tourism in Ireland in the 1990s
Heritage tourism has developed as an international phenomenon, based on the historical and cultural resources of tourism destinations. This paper considers the role of heritage tourism as a product being developed by ...
Travel, lifestyles and health
This short report discusses a major funded multidisciplinary research project on 'Travel, Lifestyles and Health' based at Christ Church College of Higher Education, Canterbury, UK. The report outlines the rationale and ...
Managing Urban Parks: User Perspectives and Local Leisure Needs in the 1990s
Local authorities in Britain have experienced a ‘management revolution’ in the 1980s and early 1990s following the Local Government Act (1988), which introduced the concept of internal trading systems and Compulsory ...
Evaluating the environmental impact of a major transport infrastructure project: the Channel Tunnel high-speed rail link
Environmental assessment is now an internationally accepted methodology for evaluating the effects of proposed major transport infrastructure projects on the environment. Within the UK, both the Channel Tunnel and the ...
The flexible firm goes East?
(European Business Academy, 1994)
Planning and Freedom