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Britain and the Working Time Regulations
It is now over a year since the Working Time Regulations entered force in Britain on 1 October 1998, during a period when the government also introduced the minimum wage. But whereas that piece of legislation appears to ...
An Awkward Partner? Britain's implementation of the Working Time Directive
(Time and Society, 2001-03)
The dominance of member states in the field of social policy has been traditionally depicted as one of the main hurdles facing the development of a European social policy. Resistance by national government to the transfer ...
Permanent Representations to the European Union
(Diplomacy and Statecraft, 2001)
Despite the burgeoning literature devoted to the European Union, there has been little scholarly attention devoted to the role of EU Permanent Representations and the degree to which they act as a linkage between member ...
Achieving enhanced learning, greater re-usability and wider acceptance for multimedia learning environments.
(MCB University Press, 2001)
Understanding the Major Governments
(Taylor and Francis, 2001)
In recent years few British Prime Minister’s and Chancellor’s of the Exchequer have been treated so unfavourably as John Major and Norman Lamont. As Prime Minister, John Major’s ability to govern was hampered by deep-seated ...
Was Conservative housing policy really conservative?
(Scandinavian University Press, 2001)
Understanding housing finance
Family dynamics in a small consultancy firm: A case study
Homechoice - choice-based lettings in practice
(People for Action 2001 Limited, 2001)
Max Weber, Socialism, and the space for time