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  • Do investments in human capital lead to employee share ownership? Evidence from French establishments.

    Guery, L.; Pendleton, A. (2016)
    Investments in human capital can create a hold-up problem whereby both employers and employees exploit the bargaining weaknesses of the other. Employee share ownership (ESO) can mitigate this hold-up problem because it can align interests, develop loyalty, signal good-will and lock in employees. Previous studies have shown positive relationships between company investments in human capital and the use of ESO consistent with this argument but have been unable to identify the direction of causa...

    Comparison between coupled and uncoupled consolidation analysis of a rigid sphere in a porous elastic infinite space.

    Osman, A. S. (2010)
    Linear consolidation analyses are usually treated either by means of Terzaghi-Rendulic uncoupled theory or Biot's consolidation theory. In this note, the problem of consolidation displacements around an axially loaded sphere was considered. It is demonstrated that both the uncoupled analysis and the coupled analysis give the same governing equation for pore fluid pressure dissipation with time. A simplified procedure for deriving transient strain components is illustrated. A general solution ...

    The use of corsetry to treat Pott’s disease of the spine from 19th century Wolverhampton, England.

    Moore, J.; Buckberry, J. (2016)
    Corsets have been used both to create a fashionable silhouette and as an orthopaedic treatment for spinal conditions, but skeletal changes associated with the use of corsetry are rarely reported on in the palaeopathological literature. Here, we report on a 19th-century adult male with Pott’s disease of the vertebral column and related vertebral compression deformities. Wolverhampton HB40 presented destruction of the vertebral bodies of T6 to L4, ankylosis of the apophyseal joints of L1 and L2...

    Origins of marketing thought in Britain.

    Jones, D. G. B.; Tadajewski, M. (2015)
    Purpose The purpose of this paper is to document contributions to the early study and teaching of marketing at one of the first universities in Britain to do so and, in that way, to contribute to the literature about the history of marketing thought. Given that the first university business program in Britain was started in 1902, at about the same time as the earliest business programs in America, the more specific purpose of this paper was to explore whether or not the same influences wer...
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