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Innovation Explained: Inside the Black Box
While it has often be said that we have entered an era of innovation, to what extent are we seeing accelerated globalisation of products and services and the emergence of new fields of technology, rather than innovation ...
European airline response to the COVID-19 pandemic – contraction, consolidation and future considerations for airline business and management
The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting travel restrictions and fall in consumer demand led to a dramatic and unprecedented reduction in passenger flights across Europe. As borders closed, national Governments advised ...
Negotiating the Delivery of Gypsy & Traveller Sites through Local Planning
(Mid-Devon Planning Authority, 2020-07-30)
The 20 page report “Negotiating the delivery of Gypsy &Traveller sites through local planning” has found no substantive evidence to support the assertions made by some developers that the inclusion of pitches in housing ...
Supporting the needs of special assistance (including PRM) passengers: An international survey of disabled air passenger rights legislation
Passengers who require special assistance at airports and on aircraft represent one of the fastest growing demographics for aviation worldwide. At some airports, annual growth in PRM (persons with reduced mobility) traffic ...
Factors affecting environmental practice adoption at small European airports: an investigation
The majority of the world’s 3,759 commercial airports handle under 5 million passengers a year and these small airports rarely employ practices to address their environmental externalities. The aim of this research is to ...
In the eye of the storm: English local government and the COVID-19 crisis
(Edward Elgar, 2021-03)
The COVID-19 crisis has exposed the problematic nature of centre-local relations in the UK. This is particularly true in England, where the centre maintains a strong hold over the subnational governance. The aim of this ...
A Postmodern Neo-Marxist's Guide to Free Speech
(Manchester University Press, 2020-11-07)
Jordan Peterson is a central figure in the so-called ‘culture wars’. Lumping together 'postmodern neo-Marxists', feminists, queer theorists and transgender rights activists as the ‘social justice warrior' blob he stands ...
(UK in a Changing Europe, 2021-01-11)
Managing Austerity: Insights into Spatial Governance from an English City
(Lo Squaderno, 2018-03-01)
The research discussed below is part of an eight case international study looking at how austerity is governed and resisted, conducted in Athens, Baltimore, Barcelona, Dublin, Leicester, Melbourne (Dandenong), Montreal ...
Looking back and looking forward: 20 years of European Political Science serving the political science community in Europe and beyond
Anniversaries are milestone events. They invite those involved to celebrate their achievements, but also reflect about the past, present and future. The 20th anniversary of European Political Science (EPS) is such a landmark. ...