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Demarketing - managing demand in the UK National Health Service
This article explores what demarketing (which seeks to dissuade people from using a service) has to offer for the allocation of resources according to patient and population needs in the NHS. The authors argue that to ...
Cases in Marketing Management
The Modern Spanish Economy
(Pinter Publishers, 1995)
Desperately seeking capitalism : Solidarity and Polish industrial relations in the 1990s
This article examines the contradictory and complex role played by Solidarity in the transformation of Poland since 1989. The organisational and ideological development of Solidarity is traced from 1980 through to 1994 in ...
Planning and Freedom
Strategy as order emerging from chaos
Scientists are developing revolutionary new ways of understanding how nature functions. They have recently discovered that systems in nature (for example, a gas) are capable of endless variety because their dynamics are ...
Planning for Tourism Education and Training in the 1990s: Bridging the gap between industry and education
Geographers have played an important role in developing degree programmes in tourism studies during the 1980s and 1990s. This paper examines trends and developments in education for tourism in the 1990s and considers the ...
What happened to single union deals?- a research note
Single union deals were heralded by many as the way for the unions to survive in the 1990s. The importance of such deals has been reduced since then. Here the author examines the decline in the rate of signing and then ...