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Cornelia Zeineddine

Branding and Public Diplomacy, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 347-362. Gertner, D. (2007), “Place branding: Dilemma or reconciliation between political ideology and economic pragmatism?”, Place Branding and Public Diplomacy , Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 3-7. Gilmore, F. (2002), “A country - Can it be repositioned? Spain - The success story of country branding”, Journal of Brand Management , Vol. 9, No. 4-5, pp. 281-293. Haider, D. (2008). The Age of Branding. Borderless Culture . Retrieved from . Ham, V

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Alina Mihaela Dima and Simona Vasilache

internationalization lessons and practice from four universities”, Journal of Studies in International Education, Vol. 8 No. 2, pp. 149-71 Verger, J. (1997), Patterns In A History of The University in Europe. în Universities in the Middle Ages, Vol. I., edited by H. De Ridder-Symoens, 35-74. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Paul Dobrescu and Flavia Durach

, Portofolio, Penguin, New York. Cable, V. (2017), Deng: architect of the Chinese superpower. From Deng to Xi: Economic reform. The new Silk Road, and the return of the Middle Kingdom, SPECIALREPORT, SR023 May 2017, 1-8. Chan, S. P. (2016), “China will not shut the door on globalisation, president Xi Jinping vows”, The Telegraph 20 November 2016. Retrieved from: . Dima, A.M., Begu, L., Vasilescu, M. and Massen, M.A. (2018). “The relationship

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Manchanda Rimple, Manchiraju Srikant, Abidi Naseem and Mishra Jitendra Kumar

), “Collecting as luxury consumption: Effects on individuals and households”, Journal of Economic Psychology, No. 16 Vol. 1, pp. 477-490. Belk, R.W., Bahn, K.D. and Mayer, R.N. (1982).“Developmental Recognition of Consumption Symbolism”, Journal of Consumer Research, No. 9, Vol. 1, pp. 4-17. Bindah, E.V. and Othman, M.N. (2012),“Age and Gender Differences Associated with Family Communication and Materialism among Young Urban Adult Consumers in Malaysia: A One-Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)”, International Journal of Academic Research in

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Napatsorn Jiraporn, Alisara Rungnontarat Charinsarn and Michael Sheridan

., Okuda, N., Robertson, C., Zhao, L., Chan, Q. and Elliott, P. (2003), "Nutrient intakes of middle-aged men and women in China, Japan, United Kingdom, and United States in the late 1990s: the INTERMAP study", Journal of Human Hypertension, Vol. 17, No. 9, pp. 623-630. Zhu, R. and Meyers-Levy, J. (2007), "Exploring the cognitive mechanism that underlies regulatory focus effects", Journal of Consumer Research, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 89-96.

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Hendar Hendar, Augusti Tae Ferdinand and Tatiek Nurhayati

, pp. 383-390. Gao, Y. (2010), "Measuring marketing performance: a review and a framework", The Marketing Review, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 25-40. Ghozali, I. (2005), Aplikasi analisis multivariate dengan program SPSS, Badan Penerbit Universitas Diponegoro. Gökariksel, B. and McLarney, E. (2010), "Muslim women, consumer capitalism, and the Islamic culture industry", Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 1-18. Hair, J.F., Black, W.C., Babin, B.J. and Anderson, R.E. (2010), Multivariate data

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Maureen Maloney and Alma McCarthy

). However, 10 years after their introduction, evidence suggests that access to a PRSA had little impact on pension coverage in Ireland. Following a review of the Irish pension system, the OECD (2013 : 10) recently concluded that ‘private pension coverage, both in occupational and personal pensions, is uneven and needs to be increased urgently’. The NPPI target, established in 1998, was to achieve 62% coverage of the workforce aged >30 years within 5 years from supplementary (occupational and personal) pension provision and 70% ultimately (The Pensions Board, 1998

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Rachel Kidney, Brian Harney and Colm O’Gorman

-methods approach to examine HGSMEs in Ireland. This approach enables simultaneous analysis of the process and outcome of high growth ( Molina-Azorin et al., 2012 ). A key starting point involved identifying and profiling a sample of indigenous Irish HGSMEs from the FAME database for the period 2006–11. The FAME business database provides financial and non-financial information, such as age, size (in terms of employment and turnover), location, legal status, and sector of activity, on individual firms registered in the Republic of Ireland. In order to be included as an Irish

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Chris O’Riordan

motivators. One may then question the continuing relevance of the established concept of altruism for the medical professional and whether this is being replaced by self-interest. A review of the existing evidence is inconclusive, because although altruistic behaviours are observable, so also are behaviours more in tune with income or reward maximisation. This may suggest the need to refine our understanding of both concepts when applied practically, with perhaps some middle ground or moderated orientation a more realistic expectation that has implications for

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Sean Valentine and Lynn Godkin

tended to be middle-aged, white women who were relatively educated and had adequate job experience in non-supervisory, non-administrative, non-teaching (mainly business and medical) type jobs. Measures Ethics policies. Two separate items were used to evaluate the health science centre’s ethics policies. Ethics training was assessed with one question that asked subjects approximately how many hours of ethics training they had received in the last year. This item targeted more recent ethics training because such instruction likely plays a more immediate role in