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Conceptualising entrepreneurship as economic “explanation” and the consequent loss of “understanding”.
This paper examines how entrepreneurship has become conceptualised as an economic phenomenon. We explain how the outcomes, the admirable results of entrepreneurship, have led to this position. An understandable concern for ...
First catch your fish: designing a “low energy fish” label.
This paper explores the application of information design principles to label design for fish packaging, identifying energy implications for the product. This stage of the project has consisted of: A review and distillation ...
Flying in the face of environmental concern: why green consumers continue to fly.
(Taylor & Francis., 2015-08)
Some unsustainable consumer behaviours have proved extremely hard to change or even challenge. Despite the fact that flying can be more damaging than any other activity that an individual can undertake, many otherwise ...
Right to freedom of religion: a gendered difference.
(Faculty of Educational Studies, Adam Mickiewicz University, 2015)
This article critically analyses European jurisprudence to ascertain the extent to which the right to freedom of religion has been interpreted as a right of religion to internal autonomy. It asserts that women are being ...
Business identity theft under the UDRP and the ACPA: is bad faith always bad for business advertising?
(International Association of IT Lawyers, 2015-05-01)
Websites have provided a very strong platform for businesses to reach their customers. They surpass the regular billboards by providing portals through which transactions are conducted without any physical contacts between ...
Anglo-American comparison of employers’ liability for discrimination in employment based on weightism.
(The Equal Rights Trust., 2015-09)
This article analyses and compares research into discrimination based on weight (weightism) and the legal rules that cover it in the United Kingdom and the United States. Weightism is discrimination that is often based ...
What have we learned so far? The development and application of an organisational learning narrative.
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2015-05)
The use of narratives and stories has been growing in popularity in the field of knowledge management. Narratives may be used as useful vehicles for several knowledge-based activities within organisational (and other) ...
Delivery of goods in the custody of a third party: operation and basis.
(Edinburgh University Press, 2015-05)
In this article, Craig Anderson examines the historical origins and current law of the Scottish rules concerning how delivery of goods in the custody of a third party may be validly effected by transferor to transferee. ...
Book review notes: Eleven good years for international commercial arbitration in Russia: the legacy of the Supreme Commercial Court.
(Supporting Academic Initiatives Foundation (LLCV. Em Publishing House), 2015)
An exploration of the extent to which project management tools and techniques can be applied across creative industries through a study of their application in the fashion industry in the North East of Scotland.
This exploratory research took the form of a qualitative study that aims to investigate the extent to which project management tools and techniques can be effectively applied across the creative industries through a study ...