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A Monetary System of Equations with Inflationary Expectations for the USA
(University of Hertfordshire, 2009)
The paper is an empirical investigation that places Livingston’s expectations of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) with the rate of inflation centre stage in a monetary system of equations with real money balances, output, ...
Are bank stocks sensitive to risk management?
This paper attempts to summarize the information contained in bank financial statements on the risk management capabilities of banks and then ascertains the sensitivity of bank stocks to risk management.
A Grid implementation for profiling hospitals based on patient readmissions
Generally, high level of readmission is associated with poor patient care, hence, its relation to the quality of care is plausible. Frequent patient readmissions have personal, financial and organisational consequences. ...
Environmental and productivity management: the business sustainability syndrome
Every organisation must ensure that its responsibilities are encompassed within its legal, social and economic domains. Environmental and productivity issues thus need to be entwined to form the foundation of such an ...
Global Restructuring of Value Chains and Class Issues
This paper looks at the impacts of the restructuration of global value chains are skills, occupational identities, class position and class consciousness. The codification of tacit knowledge and standardisation of work ...
The Fiction of Paradox: really feeling for Anna Karenina
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
Will IMP Save The World? : Reflections on the role of networks in sustainable marketing
Purpose of the paper and literature addressed – This paper is a conceptual paper that builds on Ryan et al (2008) proposition that the IMP perspective supports the creation of a Sustainable Marketing framework. The author ...
Examining the academic/commercial divide in marketing research
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to comment on the differences in perceptions that exist between academic and professional marketing researchers, as creators of new marketing knowledge, and explore how academics and ...