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Normal Enough? Tools to Aid Decision Making
When undertaking quantitative hypothesis testing, social researchers need to decide whether the data with which they are working is suitable for parametric analyses to be used. When considering the relevant assumptions ...
Managing Amid Paradoxes: Perspectives of Non-Profit Management Education
(Springer Verlag, 2017-03-01)
Crisis and Change in Industrial Relations in Central and Eastern Europe
This article introduces the special issue on industrial relations in Central and Eastern Europe since the financial and economic crisis. Already dependent economically on funding from the west, and lacking the robust ...
Demand and Capacity Modelling for Acute Services using Discrete Event Simulation
Increasing demand for services in England with limited healthcare budget has put hospitals under immense pressure. Given that almost all National Health Service (NHS) hospitals have severe capacity constraints (beds and ...
Emergency Management and Tourism Stakeholder Responses to Crises : A Global Survey
This article examines the contested area of the responsibility for destinations and tourists, within emergency settings. It incorporates a Delphi-Scenario technique to facilitate a structured discussion of emergency ...
China's place in global divisions of labour: a combined and uneven development perspective
By examining the contradictions in China’s model of growth and the shifting dynamics of its place in the global division of labour, the aim of this paper is to understand the tensions in the class relations that underpin ...
Conceptualising the Impact of Festival and Event Attendance upon Family Quality of Life (QOL)
Quality of Life (QOL) research has been quite well explored in medicine, psychology and the social sciences although it has received very little attention within festival and event studies. This proposition paper is both ...
Financialisation in emerging economies: : A systematic overview and comparison with Anglo-Saxon economies
Financialisation research has originally focussed on the US experience, but the concept is now increasingly applied to emerging economies (EMEs). There is a rich literature stressing peculiarities of individual country ...
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