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Cross cultural business communication : problems for the unwary
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1997-11)
The study of linguistics and its relationship to communication is a well developed discipline. Communication across cultural boundaries is also a subject of interest to many social scientists. The study of cross-cultural ...
The impact of journey origin specification and other assumptions upon travel cost estimates of consumer surplus : a geographical information systems analysis
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1997-01)
This paper presents a simple application of the travel cost method conducted using geographical information system software. This permits analysis of the impact of various assumptions concerning the definition of visitor ...