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Can businesses move beyond efficiency? The shift toward effectiveness and equity in the corporate sustainability debate
Much more work needs to be done on how these companies fit into this model, what aims and practices do they have that make them environmental and social entrepreneurs, how does this
The evidence base for parking policies - a review
Within this, greater attention should be paid to the segmentation of the parking market; • Understanding the zones of influence of parking restraint policies, particularly for commuter
Hubble, trouble, toil and space rubble: The management history of an object in space
Abstract This article tells the saga of the Hubble Space Telescope, and how the attempt to overcome the restrictions Earths atmosphere imposes upon astronomy, came to dominate the
Resource Advantage Theory and Fair Trade Social Enterprises
Derozier argue that R-A theory can ground theories of business and marketing strategy and therefore identifying the competitive resources of FT social enterprises will have important
Competitive Liberalisation and the ‘Global Europe’ Services and Investment Agenda : Locating the Commercial Drivers of the EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements
MFN regional economic integration agreement exemption Article 70, paragraph 2, applies only to CARFORUM Party When a Party [...] concludes a regional economic integration agreement
Introduction : Behind the brand
Teresa da Silva Lopes and Paul Duguid / 238 of the history of international brand management should examine more broadly trademark regimes and registrations and their legal, political,
Sectors or countries? : Typologies and level of analysis in comparative industrial relations
By analysing the data of nine sectors in 27 countries or at least in all the countries where there are social partner organisations, we are able to test whether the types of industrial
Economic development, climate change and the limitations of corporate social responsibility
The chapter concludes by arguing that the corporate social responsibility literature should engage more constructively with environmental economics, so that the respective strengths of
Addressing Catastrophic Risks: Disparate Anatomies Require Tailored Therapies
However, by providing much stronger safety incentives than those the tort liability system can impose alone, this proposal would increase the degree to which the potential injurers
Access Pricing, Competition, and Incentives to Migrate From "Old" to "New" Technology
Three conflicting effects emerge in this setting: i when the access price for the existing infrastructure is low i.e., when the entrant’s opportunity cost of investment is high it kicks
Abuse of Dominance by High-Technology Enterprises: A Comparison of U.S. and E.C. Approaches
In November 2009, the State of New York also launched an antitrust suit against Intel -presumably stimulated by the ongoing construction of a large AMD-linked plant un upper New York
Climate change and 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) Paris : Addressing the ‘ultimate’ wicked issue
White Rose Research Online URL for this paper: http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/110690/ Version: Accepted Version Article: Ferry, Laurence and Eckersley, Peter
Women leadership barriers in healthcare, academia and business
2003 Combine strong leadership and high involvement Rosen, Callaly 2005 Direction setting Coordinate tasks Mickan, Rodger 2000 Manage Processes Maister 1993 Ensure work is allocated
The obsolescing bargain model and Oil: The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company 1933-1951
The Anglo Persian Oil Company the predecessor of the AIOC was then established with the exclusive right to explore, develop, exploit, and transport petroleum in return for providing the
Strategic corporate responsibility: a theory review and synthesis
Reframing strategic corporate responsibility To the extent that the external and internal strategy orientations merge over time to build an integrative orientation, a similar merging of
Gamification in Management : Between Choice Architecture and Humanistic Design
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Gamification in Management : Between Choice Architecture and Humanistic Design
GAMIFICATION IN MANAGEMENT 3 Gamification in Management: Between Choice Architecture and Humanistic Design Gamification, the use of game design in non-game contexts, is the newest
The New Corporation in Europe. Bruegel Policy Brief 2008/07, September 2008
CONCLUSIONS AND POLICY CHALLENGE We may draw two general conclusions from the evidence and analysis in this Policy Brief: The integration of the newer member states of the EU into the