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Spatial-Relational Mapping in Socio-Institutional Perspectives of Urban Innovation
In recent years innovation studies have extended key discussions beyond scientific knowledge into more symbolic and cultural forms, and with it brought cultural and creative industries to the centre stage of economic ...
Staging and managing match events in the English professional football industry: an SME learning perspective
Abstract: The English professional football industry has attracted considerable academic interest in relation to the tragedies that occurred during the 20th century. However, the bulk of this work has focused on historical, ...
The Impact of LCFC on Leicester.
Measuring the Economic Impact of LCFC on the Leicester Economy
A half-century diversion of monetary policy? An empirical horse-race to identify the UK variable most likely to deliver the desired nominal GDP growth rate
The financial crisis of 2007–2008 triggered monetary policy designed to boost nominal demand, including ‘Quantitative Easing’, ‘Credit Easing’, ‘Forward Guidance’ and ‘Funding for Lending’. A key aim of these policies was ...
Stakeholder relations and innovation: The role of ethics, trust and sustainability
As organisations embark on the 21st century it is apparent that there is an ever-increasing need to learn from the events of the recent and distant past in conjunction with the ability to take stock, in real time, of the ...
Sporting Relations: Diplomacy, Small States, and Germany's Postwar Return to International Sport
Focus on Finnish Festivals
This chapter explores the diverse roles that festivals play in Finnish society. As curators of tradition, or sites for cultural experimentation. As symbols of national identity, or local placemaking. It considers the global ...
The Role of Embedded Individual Values, Belief and Attitudes and Spiritual Capital in Shaping Everyday Postsecular Organizational Culture
This paper investigates the values, beliefs and attitudes (VBA) held by individual employees within business environments which motivate and shape behavior in the workplace, and the extent to which VBA reveal roots and ...