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Social Enquiry . Cambridge UK : Polity Press . Chia , R. ( 2004 ): Strategy-as-Practice: Reflections on the Research Agenda . European Management Review 1 : 29 – 34

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Barrier to Entry? Journal of Economics & Management Strategy , 17(1): 97–112. Ross T. Are Sunk Costs a Barrier to Entry? Journal of Economics & Management

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regarded, in addition to or in combination with verb repetition, as a strategy to express intensity within a magical context. In so-called direct curse formulae 16 with predicates of cursing or committal, there are usually two illocutionary acts as

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References [1] Taleb H. M. Using passive cooling strategies to improve thermal performance and reduce energy

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A strategy for assessing thermal hazards of chemical manufacturing processes is presented with an emphasis on new developments in the areas of the desired and decomposition reaction research. In the case of the desired reaction, the application of a computer program, CAMEO, for assessing synthetic reaction pathways, and enthalpies, and for evaluating the chemistry of specific failure modes is demonstrated. For the decomposition reaction, an unexpected decomposition destabilization phenomenon in mixtures was observed, which clearly demonstrated the need for chemical/solvent mixture testing to provide reliable thermochemical data for reaction hazard assessment. An application of the reaction mixture hazard evaluation strategy to a chemical process is presented.

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Cohen, Y., Vincent, T. L. and Brown, J. S. (1999): A G-function approach to fitness minima, fitness maxima, evolutionary stable strategies and adaptive landscapes. Evol. Ecol. Res. 1 :923-942. A G-function approach to fitness

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The paper explores Buddhist economics as a major alternative to the Western economic mindset. Buddhism is centred on want negation and purification of the human character. Buddhist economics, developed by Schumacher, Payutto, Welford and others, challenges the basic principles of modern Western economics: (1) profit-maximisation, (2) cultivating desires, (3) introducing markets, (4) instrumental use of the world, and (5) self-interest-based ethics. Buddhist economics proposes alternative principles such as minimising suffering, simplifying desires, non-violence, genuine care, and generosity. It is suggested that Buddhist economics is not a system but a strategy, which can be applied in any economic setting.

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country towards the use of foreign currencies for savings, a disproportional growth in the non-tradable sector and an overheating of demand. Bearing this in mind, an imperative was to define a new strategy, which would primarily focus on: overcoming the

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what can be done (strategies) when trying to decolonize the curriculum, as Mgqwashu (2019 , p.15) notes that what is missing is the ‘ how’ part. This means that after we have heard and seen the need to decolonize the curriculum, what strategies can be

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about “European” Romas. In Italy, a government decree issued in 2011 under the National Strategy and in 2008 under the title Nomadic Emergency sought to resolve the situation. Armillei (2014) states that every year millions of Euro are spent on

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