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Ignoring discards biases the assessment of fisheries' ecological fingerprint
(The Royal Society, 2013-12-04)
Understanding the pressures of fisheries on the ecosystem is crucial for effective management. Fishery removals, or catch, are composed of both landings and discards. However, the use of discards data in studies investigating ...
‘some good clean fun’: humour, control and subversion in an advertising agency
This article explores the relation between humour and control, drawing on participant observation in an organization in which humour was central to daily life. Keys is a leading advertising agency whose staff spent an ...
Varieties of firm: complementarity and bounded diversity
(Informa UK Limited, 2009-03-01)
This is a study of the nature of internal diversity within liberal and collaborative market economies. Based on large scale comparative survey data, we assess the extent to which specific clusters of practices are associated ...