"This book explores the global developments in sport leadership and practice. Drawing on the vast and ever growing leadership literature, the book examines advances in leadership theory and practice in the context of the challenges faced by those workingin global sport management positions.
Franco Modigliani was one of the most influential Keynesian economists of the twentieth century and won the Nobel Prize in 1985. This is the first book to place Modigliani's thought in its proper historical context, showing how it related to wider economic concerns and examining the social and political implications of his research
This volumes draws on the history of the philanthropy of India's economic elites to examine how their ideas and understanding of development have shifted and changed over time. Kumar shows how development in India provided the moral justification for the protection of commercial interests during a turbulent period of Indian history.
Simpson, Ace (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia) & Clegg, Stewart (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia) & Rego, Armenio (Catholic University of Portugal, Portugal) & Cunha, Miguel Pina e
Virginia (Associate Professor of Comparative Employment Relations, Associate Professor of Comparative Employment Relations, The ILR School, Cornell University, USA) Doellgast & Valeria (Professor of Sociology of Labour and Industrial Relations, Professor of Sociology of Labour and Industrial Relations, Centre for Sociological Research, KU Leuven, Belgium) Pulignano & Nathan (Professor of Social and Public Policy, Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy, Professor of Social and Public Policy, Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland) Lillie
Jergeas, George (University of Calgary) & Rolstadas, Asbjorn (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) & Olsson, Nils O. E. (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) & Johansen, Agnar (SINTEF, Norway)