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How functional, psychological, and social relationship benefits influence individual and firm commitment to the relationship
Purpose – This paper aims to extend previous research investigating the effect of relationship benefits on firm outcomes by developing a model that includes the effect on individual employees in theExpand
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The Temporal Development of Strategy: Patterns in the U.K. Insurance Industry
Much writing in the field of strategic management remains an exercise in comparative statics. Cross-sectional research designs are combined with the static metaphors of contingency thinking toExpand
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Combined knockout of collecting duct endothelin A and B receptors causes hypertension and sodium retention.
The collecting duct (CD) endothelin (ET) system regulates blood pressure (BP) and Na excretion. CD-specific knockout (KO) of ET-1 causes hypertension, CD-specific KO of the ETA receptor does notExpand
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This project was undertaken in order to develop a reliable technique for measuring foot angle, foot length and toe length. Two volunteers, one adult and one juvenile, made ink footprints on paper,Expand
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Geomagnetic pulsations (5–50 mHz) and the interplanetary magnetic field
Geomagnetic pulsations in the 10- to 200-s (Pc 3–4) period range as observed at the earth's surface are often seen to switch on and off during the day. Recordings of earth current measurements madeExpand
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A Fitting Problem: Standardising Shoe Fit Standards to Reduce Related Diabetic Foot Ulcers.
AIMS Incorrectly fitting shoes are implicated in callus formation and a significant proportion of diabetic foot ulcers, yet remain surprisingly prevalent. We review the current shoe fit guidelinesExpand
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Foucault's Archaeology: Science and Transformation
The book proposes that Foucault's archaeology is a direct response to the predicament for thought in modernity that he described in the closing chapters of The Order of Things, and that science andExpand
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The Worried Well: Correspondence
Response to essay 'The Worried Well: The depression epidemic and the medicalisation of our sorrows' by Gail Bell (Quarterly Essay 18).
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Giving Voice to Values: A New Perspective on Ethics in Globalised Organisational Environments
This chapter presents a multilevel approach to the practical expression of core values and ethical commitments in a globalised world. GVV is an innovative approach to business ethics that offers a ...
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