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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 the… Expand
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 to… Expand
Combined knockout of collecting duct endothelin A and B receptors causes hypertension and sodium retention.
- Y. Ge, A. Bagnall, P. Stricklett, D. Webb, Y. Kotelevtsev, D. Kohan
- Chemistry, Medicine
- American journal of physiology. Renal physiology
- 1 December 2008
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 not… Expand
EVALUATING AND IMPROVING FOOTPRINT MEASUREMENT : ORIENTATION AND LENGTHS
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
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 made… Expand
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 guidelines… Expand
Foucault's Archaeology: Science and Transformation
- D. Webb
- 31 December 2012
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 and… Expand
Relational benefits in service industries: a supplier-customer dyad analysis
The Worried Well: Correspondence
- D. Webb
Response to essay 'The Worried Well: The depression epidemic and the medicalisation of our sorrows' by Gail Bell (Quarterly Essay 18).
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 ...