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Power and wind power: exploring experiences of renewable energy planning processes in Scotland. (2008)
Thesis
AITKEN, M. 2008. Power and wind power: exploring experiences of renewable energy planning processes in Scotland. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

Energy use and production have become highly salient within both national and international policy. This reflects an international recognition of the need to cut emissions in order to mitigate the threats of climate change. Within the UK there is sig... Read More about Power and wind power: exploring experiences of renewable energy planning processes in Scotland..

An examination of large commercial banks within G-10: risk, efficiency, and the 1996 market risk amendment. (2008)
Thesis
FORSYTH, M. 2008. An examination of large commercial banks within G-10: risk, efficiency, and the 1996 market risk amendment. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

The financial industry changed significantly through the 1990s as commercial banks pursued additional profits through non-traditional and off-balance sheet (OBS) activity. The regulatory bodies had to accept the changing risk nature of the industry a... Read More about An examination of large commercial banks within G-10: risk, efficiency, and the 1996 market risk amendment..

The impact of reform of the coffee industry in Kenya on small and large farmers. (2008)
Thesis
VARQA, S. 2008. The impact of reform of the coffee industry in Kenya on small and large farmers. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

Underdevelopment is a major problem facing many developing countries around the world. Market mechanisms have increasingly been employed in an attempt to overcome the problem of underdevelopment such as low growth and poverty; however the implementat... Read More about The impact of reform of the coffee industry in Kenya on small and large farmers..

The role of market orientation in developing and sustaining market relationships: an empirical study in Taiwan. (2008)
Thesis
TING, S. 2008. The role of market orientation in developing and sustaining market relationships: an empirical study in Taiwan. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

Significant work has taken place in the development of our understanding of business dyadic relationships but much work remains to be done in determining the antecedents, particularly our understanding of cultural contexts. This research aims to add... Read More about The role of market orientation in developing and sustaining market relationships: an empirical study in Taiwan..