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How the health-seeking behaviour of pregnant women affects neonatal outcomes: findings of system dynamics modelling in Pakistan
Background Limited studies have explored how health seeking behaviour during pregnancy through to delivery affect neonatal outcomes. We modelled health-seeking behaviour across urban and rural settings in Pakistan, where ...
Merging with the Metals: An analysis of the role micro-political relationships played in the merger of the Australian Printing and Kindred Industries Union with the Australian Metalworkers Workers Union
In the spring of 1987 the Printing and Kindred Industries Union (PKIU), Federal Executive Committee, reluctantly concluded that membership decline and the resultant fall in income meant that the union needed to find an ...
Rethinking Corporate Agency in Business, Philosophy, and Law
While researchers in business ethics, moral philosophy, and jurisprudence have advanced the study of corporate agency, there have been very few attempts to bring together insights from these and other disciplines in the ...
Ernst Freund as Precursor of the Rational Study of Corporate Law
The rise of large business corporations in the late nineteenth century compelled many American observers to admit that the nature of the corporation had yet to be understood. Published in this context, Ernst Freund’s (1897) ...
A Double diffusion of innovations: the case of electric automobility Product Service System
This paper explores the double diffusion of an electric vehicle Product Service System (PSS). The research is based on a case study of a use orientated PSS run by UK-based e-car club. The double diffusion involves consumers ...