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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) ...
Group analytic methods beyond the clinical setting – working with researcher-managers.
Group analytic scholars have a long history of thinking about organizations and taking up group analytic concepts in organizational contexts. Many still aspire to being more of a resource to organizations given widespread ...
Understanding the value of events for families, and the impact upon their quality of life
Drawing on previous conceptual and empirical research (Jepson & Stadler, in press) this chapter explores the contemporary issue of Quality of Life (QOL) and opens critical discourse to ascertain how festival and event ...
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 ...
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 ...