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Reflexivity, Self-organisation and Emergence in the Group Matrixs
In this article the concept of the group matrix as a self-organizing process of intersubjective narrative themes that organize the experience of being together is developed, discussing how Foulkes dealt with the problem ...
Does Insurance Promote Economic Growth
This article examines the short-and long-run dynamic relationships exhibited between economic growth and growth in the insurance industry for nine OECD countries. This is achieved by conducting a cointegration analysis on ...
Tourism, migration and emigration: Travel patterns of korean-New Zealanders in the 1990s
This article examines the patterns and travel habits of recent South Korean immigrants to New Zealand and the growing signi.cance of what has been called ‘ethnic tourism’ with a focus on the impact of family ties and kinship ...
Performance in public services: a total productivity approach
Management control and decision-making are complex in public services because of their nature and culture. Productivity and performance measurement are perceived as the key to increasing ''best value'' and effectiveness ...
Visual communications – the Japanese experience
Visual communications are defined and illustrated in their contemporary operations management setting. They manifest four distinct advantages: assimilation, exposure, evoking and unifying. In Japan, they are related to ...
Investing in lifelong learning? : Employment management in higher education
The nature of employment management practices and the role of the Investors in People standard in United Kingdom higher education are examined. A dichotomy of process improvement outcomes of Investors in People (IiP) is ...
Managerialism and Professionalism in the 'Cinderella Service'
(Greenwich University Press, 2000)