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  • Frawley, SM; Adair, D (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013-01)
    Tile Olympics are, without doubt, the largest and most signifi cant IlIcga-event in the world, taking in a multitude of sports at both SumIlicr and Winter Games every two years. Planning for and staging the Olympics is one ...
  • Devinney, TM; Pedersen, T; Tihanyi, L (Emerald books, 2010-01)
    International business (IB) and international management (IM) are at a crossroads of sorts. The question is whether the roads emanating from this crossroad lead to somewhere or to nowhere and whether all roads lead to the ...
  • Agarwal, R; Green, R (NCVER, 2011-01)
    The main impetus for the interest in innovation is that it is seen to improve productivity at the firm level and therefore improved economic prosperity and living standards. This edited volume was commissioned by the ...
  • Gallagher, DR (Australian Graduate School of Management, 2006-01)
    This study reviews 30 years of scholarly research published in the Australian Journal of Management (AJM) over the period 1976-2005. The study examines the productivity, influence, and contribution of management research ...
  • Packer, T; Small, J; Darcy, SA (Sustainable Tourism Co-Operative Research Centre, 2008-01)
    People with visual disabilities Travel Australia. Tourism Research Australia.
  • Green, R; Toner, P; Agarwal, R (McKell Institute, 2012-01)
    Australia's productivity challenge - High Road and Low Road
  • Wearing, SL; Schweinsberg, SC; Faulkner, S; Tumes, K (CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd, 2009-01)
    This desktop report aimed to draw attention to the various factors associated with track usage and visitor experience in national parks. A research classification spreadsheet was constructed in order to draw attention to ...
  • Wearing, SL; Schweinsberg, SC; Faulkner, S; Tumes, K (CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd, 2008-01)
    This desktop project aimed to draw attention to the various factors associated with track usage and visitor experience in national parks. The results will help to inform park managers how best to develop a strategic position ...
  • Edwards, DC; Griffin, T; Hayllar, BR (CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd, 2010-01)
    As of 30 June 2009, Australias major cities were home to more than two-thirds (69%) of the population (ABS, 2010). In contrast, just 2 per cent of the total population lived in remote or very remote areas of Australia and ...
  • Darcy, SA; Cameron, B; Dwyer, L; Taylor, TL; Wong, E; Thomson, AK (Sustainable Tourism CRC, 2008-01)
    The research project was sponsored by the STCRC NSW state node to examine visitor accessibility in urban areas. Visitor accessibility encompasses all tourism markets including seniors and people with disabilities who have ...
  • Griffin, T; Archer, DJ (CRC Tourism, 2003-01)
    Study Method This report presents the findings from a visitor survey carried out over a three-day period from Saturday 29 September to Monday 1 October 2001. Visitors aged 15 years and over were contacted at one of five ...
  • Wearing, SL; Lyons, K; Evas, SL (Goodfellow Publishers Ltd, 2010-01)
    The aim of this chapter is to provide students with a critical understanding of the phenomenon of volunteer tourism. It will consider how volunteer tourism occurs in diverse community settings with a particular emphasis ...
  • Wearing, SL; Cunningham, PA (Goodfellow, 2013-01)
  • Devinney, Timothy; Auger, Pat; De Sailly, Rosalind (2013-02-27)
    Societies are complex entities with competing and conflicting and supporting and reinforcing characteristics. This study, part of a multiyear project sponsored by the Australian Research Council (ARC) in conjunction with ...
  • Devinney, TM; Auger, P; De Sailly, R (NA, 2012-01)
    This is the second report relating to the Anatomy of Civil Societies Research Project. It covers an omnibus study of US society using a mixture of different methods. The report is a public report and hence simple and ...
  • Devinney, Timothy; Auger, Pat; De Sailly, Rosalind (2013-02-26)
    Societies are complex entities with competing and conflicting and supporting and reinforcing characteristics. This study, part of a multiyear project sponsored by the Australian Research Council (ARC) in conjunction with ...
  • Devinney, TM; De Sailly, R; Auger, P (NA, 2012-01)
    This is the first report relating to the Anatomy of Civil Societies Research Project. It covers an omnibus study of Australian society using a mixture of different methods. The report is a public report and hence simple ...
  • Devinney, TM; Auger, P; De Sailly, R (http://www.modern-cynic.org/, 2012-01)
    This is the third report relating to the Anatomy of Civil Societies Research Project. It covers an omnibus study of UK society using a mixture of different methods. The report is a public report and hence simple and non-technical.
  • Devinney, Timothy; Auger, Pat; De Sailly, Rosalind (2013-02-27)
    Societies are complex entities with competing and conflicting and supporting and reinforcing characteristics. This study, part of a multiyear project sponsored by the Australian Research Council (ARC) in conjunction with ...
  • Devinney, TM; De Sailly, R; Auger, P; Sattler, H; Erfgen, C; Schwalbach, J (NA, 2012-01)
    This is the fourth report relating to the Anatomy of Civil Societies Research Project. It covers an omnibus study of German society using a mixture of different methods. The report is a public report and hence simple and ...