Trevor Colling

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Editors Foreword The Warwick Papers in Industrial Relations series publishes the work of members of the Industrial Relations Research Unit (IRRU) and people associated with it. Papers may be of topical interest or require presentation outside of the normal conventions of a journal article. A formal editorial process ensures that standards of quality and(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Mid-infrared laser technology opens new perspectives in experimental glaucoma surgery. The aim of the study was to determine the efficacy of grid-laser trabeculectomy to reduce aqueous outflow resistance sufficiently in perfused porcine cadaver eyes. MATERIALS AND METHODS Twenty-five freshly enucleated porcine cadaver eyes were(More)
Editors Foreword The Warwick Papers in Industrial Relations series publishes the work of members of the Industrial Relations Research Unit (IRRU) and people associated with it. Papers may be of topical interest or require presentation outside of the normal conventions of a journal article. A formal editorial process ensures that standards of quality and(More)
The blood flow velocity waveform (BFWV) in fetal vessels depends on the stroke volume and the frequency of the fetal heart, the compliance of the vessel and the peripheral resistance of the fetal vascular bed. The objective of the present study was to establish the change of the BFVW throughout gestation and whether the change of the resistance indices are(More)
One of the key aspects of the role of multinational companies (MNCs) as employers is their ability to diffuse practices across borders. This process not only has the potential to drive change in national employment relations systems but can also influence, both positively and negatively, the competitive position of the firms themselves. Moreover, the(More)
The Warwick Papers in Industrial Relations series publishes the work of members of the Industrial Relations Research Unit (IRRU) and people associated with it. Papers may be of topical interest or require presentation outside of the normal conventions of a journal article. A formal editorial process ensures that standards of quality and objectivity are(More)
This paper examines the structural boundaries of benchmarking activity and their implications for the area of Human Resource Management (HRM). Drawing on empirical research in the financial services (FS) and the mass-process production (MPP) sectors, the paper demonstrates that specific patterns in benchmarking practice can be attributed to sector and(More)
This article revisits a central question in the debates on the management of multinationals: the balance between centralized policy-making and subsidiary autonomy. It does so through data from a series of case studies on the management of human resources in American multinationals in the UK. Two strands of debate are confronted. The first is the literature(More)
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