The Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management is a student-led initiative aimed at publishing Dalhousie graduate student work of the highest quality and significance in all areas of management.
Volume 10 is launched!
|Volume 10 of DJIM is now available to read and enjoy! Check out some amazing work from students within Dalhousie's Faculty of Management!|
Vol 10, No 1 (2014)
Table of Contents
|The eBook Revolution: Policy Issues in a Changing Market|
|External Whistleblowing in the Public Service: A Necessarily Messy Practice|
|Clark Kristian Jang|
|Merit 2.0: Implications of the 2003 Public Service Employment Act on Merit as an Organizing Principle in the Federal Public Service|
|Brett W. Taylor|
|"The Master Problem of the Age": Print Culture and the Sex Trade in Canada, 1880-1920|
|Stop, Collaborate and Listen: An Assessment of Canada’s Open Dialogue Implementation Strategy|
|The Role of Environmental Justice in Biodiversity Conservation: Investigating experiences of communities near Kruger National Park, South Africa|
|Catherine R Hart|
|Evaluation of an Environmental Impact Statement for the Environmental Impact Assessment Report for Modifications to the Petitcodiac River Causeway|
|Davin Kristofer St. Pierre|
|Doctor Who in an Exciting Adventure with the Information Society: Fears and Doubts of Technological Utopia in Selected Serials of the Original Series|
|James David Ross|
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