Some of the outstanding books on E.C. competition law
- Flow control measures reflect rising value of solid waste Darcey, Sue // World Wastes;Jul1992, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p58
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- The impact of time lags in competitor response on competition. Bukszar, Ed // Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences (Canadian Journal of;Jun97, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p166
Discusses the impact of time lags in competitor response on competition in Canada. First-mover advantages; Increase in the cognitive complexity of the task of tracking and sorting out competitive actions or signals which inhibit tacit collusions; Result of combining time-lagged and nonlagged...
- Strategies for success. Hrisak, Daniel M. // Chartered Accountants Journal;Sep97, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p64
Reports on survey results concerning industrial competition in business markets of the United States. Need for changes in strategy; Trend towards similarity among established businesses; Reasons for success of newcomers to the industrial market.
- AA prize for unbuilt work 1995. Hampson, Alice; Thomson, Sheona // Architecture Australia;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 84 Issue 2, p46
Focuses on a competition for unbuilt projects. Number of entries received; Winners of competition; Jurors of competition.
- Competitions can they work? Stanisic, Frank; Olsson, Russell // Architecture Australia;May/Jun95, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p70
Focuses on design competition in Australia. Number of competitions at present; Advice to competitors; Amount of funds a sponsor may contribute; Government interest in competitions; Benefit of competitions; Potential for competitions.
- Germany a role model? Kazanski, Boris // Architecture Australia;May/Jun95, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p75
Looks at Germany architecture and urban design competition structure. Competition code; Competition divides into three types; Prize money.
- Business prospects in a competitive world. Jayne II, E. Randolph // Business Economics;Jan1994, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p24
Provides a business executive's point of view of what American business can do to compete more effectively in world markets. Internal issues; Government's role; Foreign markets.
- Competitiveness of the US. Simms, M. // Black Enterprise;Jul87, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p37
Interest in competitiveness is generated by the deterioration of the US position in the world market. One of the important variables is the American worker. Contains proposals set forth for addressing this problem. Impact on black businesses.
- High-tech: Weapon of choice. Carr, Reo // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;02/02/98, Issue 322259, p30
Editorial. Discusses the similarities of modern warfare and business competition. Comparison between the conduct of war and business; Equate intensity of warfare with the conduct of business; Weapons employed in business competition; Multiple adversaries and competitors in business.