Pam Smith

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We develop a symmetric two country model of foreign direct investment (FDI) that captures the internalization decision and its implications for both the rate and magnitude of innovations. When mode choice (licensing versus FDI) is ¯xed, a subsidy to multinational production increases the rate but decreases the size of innovations. When mode can switch, the(More)
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES This paper aims to increase our understanding about how student nurses' experiences of supernumerary status are embedded in the hidden curriculum in clinical practice and contribute to the theory-practice gap in nursing. BACKGROUND Current literature suggests that the hidden curriculum exists in many professional curricula and that it(More)
This article addresses the theoretical integration of macro and micro dimensions of global workforce migration, detailing overseas nurses' motivations for working in the UK. The discussion is based on focus group interviews with overseas nurses in three areas in the UK. Their motivations for migrating are contrasted with their experiences of frequently(More)
Experimental evidence indicates that regular plurals are nearly always omitted from English compounds (e.g., rats-eater) while irregular plurals may be included within these structures (e.g., mice-chaser). This phenomenon is considered to be good evidence to support the dual mechanism model of morphological processing (Pinker & Prince, 1992). However,(More)
AIM In 2010, we interviewed 16 UK centenarians about their lives and later published a paper on the socio-emotional aspects of positive ageing. We were struck by their ability to 'move on' from difficult situations which we recognized conceptually as 'resilience'. In the effort to understand aspects of resilience as portrayed in their stories, we(More)
Practices Developed to Reduce the Impacts of Road Maintenance Activities to Plants of Concern CNHP's mission is to preserve the natural diversity of life by contributing the essential scientific foundation that leads to lasting conservation of Colorado's biological wealth. (Physaria bellii): practices developed to reduce the impacts of road maintenance(More)
  • Nitram Sam, Simon Ssah, Kjetil Nippard, Jordan Nordgård, Ken Kilfedder, Victoria Clifford +494 others
  • 2014
Acknowledgments The authors wish to thank Amanda Hill (University of Manchester) for her contributions to the use-case scenarios and profiles supplements to this report and to the following reviewers for their expertise and time:
A PILOT PROJECT CNHP's mission is to preserve the natural diversity of life by contributing the essential scientific foundation that leads to lasting conservation of Colorado's biological wealth. Colorado supports habitat for approximately 120 globally imperiled plant species. These plants are in need of conservation attention to prevent unnecessary(More)
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