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  • Advances in Mergers and Acquisitions Vol: 13

    What makes the ""Advances in Mergers and Acquisitions"" series stand out is its focus on all three characteristics that make up this research field - studies from scholars in different countries, with different research questions, relying on different theoretical perspectives.

    Cary L. Cooper Sydney Finkelstein
    Price:    Rs.13500
  • Accounting in Central and Eastern Europe Vol: 13

    Countries in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), most of them former components of the communist bloc, have suffered diverse influences over time. Historically, the advent of communism in the 1950s has stopped.

    Catalin Albu Razvan Mustapa
    Price:    Rs.14600
  • A Research Annual Vol: 31, Part A

    Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology is an annual research series which presents materials in two fields, both broadly considered.

    Jeff E. Biddle Ross B. Emmett Marianne Johnson
    Price:    Rs.14500
  • Commun(icat)ing Bodies

    As the basic medium of human interaction, the body is essential for socio-cultural communication systems, especially for the communication system "religion".

    Dr. Alexander Darius Ornella , Dr. Stefanie Knauss , Dr. Anna Katharina Höpflinger
    Price:    Rs.10100
  • A Research Annual Vol: 32

    This volume includes referred articles, archival pieces, and book reviews. The first section deals with economics and AntiSemitism and focuses on the contribution of four leading economists.

    Luca Fiorito
    Price:    Rs.12500
  • Large Systems Change: An Emerging Field of Transformation and Transitions

    Large Systems Change (LSC) is a field of study and action that is characterized by its focus on transformational pathways towards a participative, flourishing future through inter- and trans-disciplinary approaches that value engagement with practitioners and those aspiring for such futures. Its emergence holds great promise for addressing critical issues. Advancing its development requires aggressiveness to cross the many disciplinary, institutional and other boundaries and build the necessary scale of effort; however, humbleness is also required to recognize that although we have substantial knowledge and methodologies for approaching LSC, we are still at early stages of their development. The papers in this Special Issue of The Journal of Corporate Citizenship focus on the question of how to scale to the field of LSC. We can see the contributors and editors reflect on this at the three levels: broadening by increasing the numbers of people and organizations identified with it; going up and out with a more receptive environment arising with failures of traditional management approaches; and deepening of knowledge and methods for supporting LSC. This Special Issue will be essential reading for those researching in this emerging field, and practitioners looking for the latest thinking on how LSC may be a solution to global challenges.

    Malcolm McIntosh, Steve Waddell, Sandra Waddock, Sarah Cornell, Domenico Dentoni, Milla McLachlan, Greta Meszoely
    Price:    Rs.4000
  • Accounting in Latin America Vol: 14

    Latin America consists of a diverse set of countries that nonetheless face common political, economic and social problems; in particular, high inequality and volatile growth which have contributed to high levels of poverty.

    Claudio Wanderley Fabio Frezatti
    Price:    Rs.12500
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