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Hyperacceleration in a stochastic Fermi-Ulam model (2006)
Journal Article
Karlis, A. K., Papachristou, P. K., Diakonos, F. K., Constantoudis, V., & Schmelcher, P. (2006). Hyperacceleration in a stochastic Fermi-Ulam model. Physical Review Letters, 97(19), 194102-194106. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.97.194102

Fermi acceleration in a Fermi-Ulam model, consisting of an ensemble of particles bouncing between two, infinitely heavy, stochastically oscillating hard walls, is investigated. It is shown that the widely used approximation, neglecting the displaceme... Read More about Hyperacceleration in a stochastic Fermi-Ulam model.

South west regional economic profile (2006)
Journal Article
Whittard, D., & McCaig, A. (2006). South west regional economic profile

This ‘profile’ aims to provide a succinct analysis of South West England’s economy in a way that can be related to the objectives and priorities set out in the South West Regional Economic Strategy. It is written to inform all South West England part... Read More about South west regional economic profile.

Managing asymmetric conflict (2006)
Journal Article
Smith, R. P., GarcĂ­a-Alonso, M. D., Dunne, J. P., Levine, P., & Dunne, J. P. (2006). Managing asymmetric conflict. Oxford Economic Papers, 58(2), 183-208. https://doi.org/10.1093/oep/gpi056

This paper considers a simple model of asymmetric conflict, between an incumbent, e.g. government or dominant firm, and potential challengers, e.g. guerrillas or entrants. It is not uncommon for challengers to win such conflicts despite their lack of... Read More about Managing asymmetric conflict.

Regional productivity differentials in the UK (2006)
Presentation / Conference
Boddy, M., Webber, D. J., Hudson, J., & Plumridge, A. (2006, March). Regional productivity differentials in the UK. Paper presented at Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting

Reflections on accounting education research: How accounting education research on approaches to learning has contributed to educational practice (2006)
Book Chapter
Lucas, U., & Mladenovic, R. (2006). Reflections on accounting education research: How accounting education research on approaches to learning has contributed to educational practice. In L. Smith (Ed.), Reflections on Accounting Education Research, 45-56. American Accounting Association

This article identifies approaches to learning research as a significant influence within educational communities in the United Kingdom, Australia, and Scandinavia and, to a lesser extent, the United States of America. It provides an overview of the... Read More about Reflections on accounting education research: How accounting education research on approaches to learning has contributed to educational practice.

Accounting students' perceptions of a virtual learning environment: Springboard or safety net? (2006)
Journal Article
Love, N., & Fry, N. (2006). Accounting students' perceptions of a virtual learning environment: Springboard or safety net?. Accounting Education, 15(2), 151-166. https://doi.org/10.1080/06939280600609201

This research study elicits students' perceptions of the extent to which a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) supports, or indeed enhances, their learning experiences. A phenomenographic research study was conducted among first year, undergraduate ac... Read More about Accounting students' perceptions of a virtual learning environment: Springboard or safety net?.

The road to uniformity: Accounting change in UK voluntary hospitals (2006)
Journal Article
Robson, N. (2006). The road to uniformity: Accounting change in UK voluntary hospitals. Accounting and Business Research, 36(4), 271-288. https://doi.org/10.1080/00014788.2006.9730028

This paper explores the development and spread of the uniform system of accounts in United Kingdom voluntary hospitals in the period 1880-1920. The antecedent contextual factors are first established and include the growth of hospital care, changes i... Read More about The road to uniformity: Accounting change in UK voluntary hospitals.