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  • Culture, change and individual differences in the Scottish episcopal church. 

    Brown, Mary Louise (The Robert Gordon University Department of Management, 2007-04)
    There is continuing interest in religion and spirituality in Britain, although membership of mainstream churches is declining. Perceived secularisation of contemporary British society, together with increasing competition ...
  • Industrial relations in the North Sea oil and gas industry 1965-1995. 

    Gourlay, Douglas (The Robert Gordon University Department of Management, 1998-11)
    GOURLAY, D, 1996. Industrial relations on offshore installations. In: R. H. FLIN and G. SLAVEN, eds. Managing the offshore installation workforce. Tulsa, OK: Pennwell Books. pp. 195-217.
     
    GOURLAY, D., 1996. Labour processes in the Norwegian and British Sectors of the North Sea oil and gas industry. Paper presented at Fourteenth annual International Labour Process Conference. 29th-31st March 1996. Aston University, Birmingham.
     
    GOURLAY, D., 1997. Paying for the piper: capital and labour in Britain's offshore oil industry (book review). Petroleum Review Vol 51, February.
     
    This thesis analyses the reasons why the system of industrial relations on the United Kingdom continental shelf is very different from that which prevails both onshore and on the Norwegian continental shelf, where the ...
  • Managing labour under extreme risk: collective bargaining in the North Sea Oil industry. 

    Thom, Alix Ann (Robert Gordon University Department of Management, 1989-03)
    The thesis is concerned with the means by which labour is managed in the young, turbulent and high risk industry of North Sea oil extraction. To explain this, the study had to extend beyond the more usual focus of ...
  • The role of the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities as an employers' organisation with an international comparison. 

    Smart, Peter John (Robert Gordon University Department of Management, 1992-12)
    The thesis examines the development and present role of the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities as an employers' organisation and contrasts this role with the manner in which the corresponding function is discharged ...
  • Success factors in collaborative relationships (alliancing and partnering) in the UK upstream oil and gas industry, and perception of trust. 

    Haque, S. M. Mamotazul (Robert Gordon University Department of Management, 2004)
    This thesis concerns the characteristics of the collaborative relationships (partnering and alliances) between oil companies and their contractors which were popular in the UK oil and gas industry in the 1990s. It also ...