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Question Time: Questionnaires and Maastricht
One of the most significant questions facing researchers engaged in contemporary history is the use of sources. These might include archival, oral, visual, electronic or printed sources. The particular mix employed will ...
Competitor intelligence for the smaller enterprise.
(De Montfort University, 1999-06)
The practice of Competitor Intelligence is well established in the USA where it is estimated that 80% of all firms utilise it to their competitive advantage. Within the UK however, it is only gradually becoming a part of ...
Competitive intelligence in action.
(De Montfort University, 1999-04)
This document reports on the findings of the very first survey to be undertaken on Competitive Intelligence (CI) practice in UK firms. The findings from mail and interview data were analysed and categorised to produce a ...
UK policy co-ordination during the 1990-91 Intergovernmental Conference
(Diplomacy and Statecraft, 1998)
Despite the importance of European Union negotiations, the majority of scholarly attention has not been directed towards the means by which policy is co-ordinated in Member States. This article addresses one aspect of ...
Swimming with the tide? Britain and the Maastricht Treaty negotiations on Common Foreign and Security Policy
(Taylor and Francis, 1998)
Despite the importance of the Treaty on European Union, little attention has been paid to the manner in which the negotiations were conducted or to an analysis of particular topics. This article addresses one particular ...
Hyper-ITS: A web-Based architecture for Evolving and Configurable Learning Environment
(Aravali books International (P) Ltd. Network for Staff and Education Development, 1999)
The World Wide Web facilitates co-operative teaching and learning, offering an exciting potential for sharing both the learning resources as well as the tasks of creating new learning resources through international ...