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Saving the Pound? Britain’s Road to Monetary Union
(Prentice Hall, 2002)
This book examines Britain’s position on monetary union through an examination as to how negotiating positions evolved within government and provides a micro-history of Britain’s negotiating stance on this important subject. ...
The Fight Over Working Hours: Trade Union Action or State Control? A British-Dutch Comparative Perspective
(The Journal of European Economic History, 2002)
This paper examines the historical development of the control over working hours in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. The voluntaristic approach of British trade unions, employers and government is contrasted with ...
Competitive intelligence in UK firms: A typology.
(MCB UP Ltd, 2002)
There is a danger of allowing competitive analysis to receive less than adequate attention in the marketing planning process as it is subordinated to a customer driven focus. Clearly important though customers are, they ...
Adapting to Europe
One of the most noticeable features of recent studies of European integration has been the growth in the number of publications that have focused on the impact that membership of the European Union has had on its member ...
The Making of Britain’s European Foreign Policy
Few commentators would contest that Britain’s relationship with the European Union (EU) has been one of the most consistent and troublesome issues to have influenced British politics during the last fifty years. This has ...
Intelligent and Adaptive Systems
Intelligence and adaptation have been very important factors in designing learning systems. While the research in the field has yielded much useful information, a lot more remains to be done. We suggest that adopting a ...
Child protection on the internet: challenges for criminal law
(Jordan Publishing Ltd, 2002)
Discharging sex offenders
(Sweet and Maxwell, 2002)
Who needs postmodernism?
Modern Business Law: Principles and Practice
(Liverpool Academic Press, 2002)