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PART Il.r MODERN [chapter]

2013 Commercial Relations of England and Portugal  
The publisher has gone to great lengths to ensure the quality of these reprints, but wishes to point out that certain characteristics of the original copies will, of necessity, be apparent in reprints  ...  British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A CIP catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library The Commercial Relations of England and Portugal ISBN 0-415-38301-3 (volume) ISBN  ...  Lisbon they were lodged in the royal hostel, and again treated with all respect and honour.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315020587-3 fatcat:giqrg7vibbflfcwtaer4bblrqq

The Collaborative Economy in Action: European Perspectives [article]

Andrzej Klimczuk, Vida Česnuitytė, Gabriela Avram
2021 Zenodo  
The main aim of this book is to provide a comprehensive overview of the collaborative economy (CE) in European countries with a variety of its aspects for a deeper understanding of the phenomenon as a  ...  The book includes 27 country reports providing up-to-date interdisciplinary analysis on the state of the CE in 2019, when the reports were collected.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Modesta Stuinaitė for her contribution to the data collection process.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5546595 fatcat:svd4zbyn7nf5vjth56mbwe5uuy

Experience economy, innovation and traditional industries

Isaac Kwamena Arthur
2013 Innovation and Development  
This has been necessitated by the increasing competitions in the contemporary global business/economic environment and the need for strategic measures to bolster the competitive prospects of traditional  ...  in practical terms, advise on its potential to enhance the competitiveness for food enterprises and implications for local development.  ...  In my view, it is a feature of customer service or merely satisfying the customer's wish.  ... 
doi:10.1080/2157930x.2012.721528 fatcat:xa6hquy5ubb2bcxcfwxyppj74i

The Sharing Economy in Europe [article]

Andrzej Klimczuk
2022 Zenodo  
It looks at the roles the sharing economy plays in sharing and redistribution of goods and services across the population in order to maximise their functionality, monetary exchange, and other aspects  ...  This book will be of interest to academics and students in economics and business, organisational studies, sociology, media and communication and computer science.  ...  access to transportation modes on an 'as-needed' basis.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5905748 fatcat:rk5iix2effhu3nn6hokitppine

Strong libraries, strong societies

Sinikka Sipilä
2015 El Profesional de la Informacion  
It is therefore very important that school libraries are given the lift and attention that they need.  ...  He studied chemistry and worked for 12 years as a nurse before his involvement in the international anti-apartheid movement prompted him to begin documentary work on Namibia in the 1970s.  ...  prices for a farmer's crops, to how to start a business, or how to provide medical care to patients.  ... 
doi:10.3145/epi.2015.mar.02 fatcat:2awcbetjwvc2hmsgo3fvw522oa

Stop and go: nodes of transformation and transition

Michael Zinganel, Michael Hieslmair
2017 Journal for Artistic Research  
It is the outcome of a research project funded by the FWF, the Austrian Science Fund, within the program of develo pment of the arts (PEEK).  ...  All books in the series undergo a single blind peer review.  ...  and, depending on how busy it is, may only park for a short time.  ... 
doi:10.22501/jar.330596 fatcat:ab27se4b5vb4xoflblg4wgoe6u

THE DEVELOPMENT OF KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION NETWORKS IN TOURISM

GHEORGHE AXINTE
2009 Annals of the University of Petrosani: Economics  
The development processes in information and communication technology and the internet particularly, have revolutionized the entire tourism industry, generating new models of business, changing the structure  ...  of distribution channels used by tourism industry and redesigning all processes connected to this industry and last but not least, influencing the suppliers with touristic packages, destinations and stakeholders  ...  Jobs set in Lisbon Strategy.  ... 
doaj:35870632ca914ce9988c84bf1a9b3a8c fatcat:3yygkxgknjh3de7tbbonwcntou

Understanding Valuing Devices in Tourism through "Place-making"

Vasiliki Baka
2015 Valuation Studies  
By juxtaposing traditional enactments of traveling, we are discussing how placeness has been transformed and how this has fueled a series of further revisions to valuing tourism.  ...  It is suggested that although earlier valuing devices have evoked place-making in various ways, the rise of UGC websites has converted the travel experience into a constant negotiation process whereby  ...  Performativity Performativity broadly speaking embraces how the efforts to represent a case shape it beyond mere representation and embody what they seek to describe.  ... 
doi:10.3384/vs.2001-5992.1532149 fatcat:ejm2nrvstjgybkl5makr4vizwa

Is There Demand For Sustainable Tourism? Study For The World Tourism Forum Lucerne 2011

Roger Wehrli, Hannes Egli, Martin Lutzenberger, Dieter Pfister, Jürg Schwarz, Jürg Stettler
2011 Zenodo  
Although there are clear preferences in favour of sustainable products, it can be shown that the respondents are only willing to pay a small premium for the inclusion of specific attributes in most cases  ...  A choice experiment with almost 5,000 Swiss respondents is conducted in the second part. It shows that tourists principally favour sustainable tourism products.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Martin Barth and all collaborators on this study, especially Sarah Berger and the authors of the reports reflecting sustainable tourism from their field  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.804342 fatcat:nhmtw55pqjctfgdu6if5wfjgfu

Guest Editorial: Valuing Tourism

Carina Ren, Morten Krogh Petersen, Dianne Dredge
2015 Valuation Studies  
I heartily thank the anonymous reviewers and patient editors of this journal, and in particular Carina Ren and Dianne Dredge for the opportunity to contribute to the special issue.  ...  The research reported in this article was partially funded by the University of London Central Research Fund.  ...  in Lisbon", says a participant in one of our interactions.  ... 
doi:10.3384/vs.2001-5992.153285 fatcat:jivgcaempvafzh7q2ax2ef377e

Complimentary Cycles Of Failure And Stigma: The Iatrogenic Nature Of Drug Prohibition And Market Neoliberalism

Mark James Culloty, Dr. Colin Sumner
2016 Zenodo  
Chapter one illuminates how prohibition can no longer be justified, nor effective, due to the numerous ways in which it aggravates and perpetuates drug crime throughout the world.  ...  Within these modes of thought, the aspiration is to express the policy of drug prohibition, in light of its protracted failure, as not some unified conspiracy, but a natural evolution of an Irish state  ...  But it needs to be continued.What I find with addiction services in this country it's like sudden bursts.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.345943 fatcat:5wyiifwfpbhmffgdkduyo4ticq

Faith, Theology and Training for the Ministry

Geoffrey F. Nuttall
1970 Theology  
This dissertation explores the transformative role that faithbased agencies need to play in contemporary humanitarianism in order to span the gap between procedure and mercy in action.  ...  Further, it is an examination of theological, historical and practical applications of compassion at work demonstrating God's unconditional love to all of humanity.  ...  In speaking of the tendency to be caught up in busy-ness and the need to practice the art of presence, he states: "This attentive presence can allow us to see how many blessings there are for us to receive  ... 
doi:10.1177/0040571x7007300605 fatcat:n5pdt5dobffa7bj2ipe5rlbdte

Religious Changes and Cultural Transformations in the Early Modern Western Sephardic Communities [chapter]

Yosef Kaplan
2019 A Letter's Importance: The Spelling of Daka(h) (Deut. 23:2) and the Broadening of Western Sephardic Rabbinic Culture  
Acknowledgments I wish to thank all the institutions and people who helped in preparing this book for publication: the European Research Council, for its generous grant 6 See, inter alia, Albert Sicroff  ...  " (negras pasiones), the Spanish pun making it likely that he had slave women in mind (Stadsarchief Amsterdam, inv. nr. 1029, 30; Jonathan Schorsch, "Abraham Gabay Yzidro: A Rabbi Navigating the Eighteenth-Century  ...  It was for traders that came back from Spain only around the High Holidays and Passover that the synagogue service was given a more normative shape.  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004392489 fatcat:g6n4prwjeja3xksc3so6ao7qde

The Hospital. Nursing Section

1905 The Hospital  
It is safer to make the lotion some time before it will be needed, and have it thoroughly strained, as cases have been known, when a solution was required in a hurry for an intra-uterine douche, the tabloid  ...  not continue their usual custom in this respect.  ...  Mental. (68) I should be glad to know of any home or convalescent home where they would take a young woman slightly afflicted in mind. She could only afford to pay very little.?L. A. L.  ... 
pmid:29813283 pmcid:PMC5195190 fatcat:wbjyjcrjufgppmhlfju3jj57zm

Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics

2002 Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics  
These are compared to current practice in Britain as exemplified by Modem Apprenticeship.  ...  The paper concludes that apprenticeship in Britain, judged as a program, falls short of the standards of that provided elsewhere in Europe on every important measure of good practice.  ...  To achieve this it is also needed to design dispatching rules in order to utilize the vehicles in the best way.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0951007900005696 fatcat:kvrp2ur22vewxbemtn4j5envdm
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