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(2018-09-24) - Journal articleNHS Foundation Trust (FT) Hospitals in England have complex internal governance arrangements. They may be considered to exhibit meta-regulatory characteristics to the extent that Governors are able to promote deliberative ...
Modular Evaluation Method for Subsurface Activities (MEMSA). A novel approach for integrating social acceptance in a permit decision-making process for subsurface activities (2017-05) - Journal articleWe investigate how the decision support system ‘Modular Evaluation Method Subsurface Activities’ (MEMSA) can help facilitate an informed decision-making process for permit applications of subsurface activities. To this ...
(2018-09-20) - Journal articleThis paper is based first-person experience with Experiential Learning (EL) practices in an undergraduate introductory management course. We consider how a challenging EL activity, based on volunteering during recovery ...
Global climate change responsiveness in the USA : an estimation of population coverage and implications for environmental accountants (2017) - Journal articleThe primary responsibility for global climate change responsiveness is usually attributed to nation states. This is reflected in the United Nations’ processes aimed at enrolling governments in mitigation and adaptation ...