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New Dynamics of Innovation and Comp

Published in association with the Centre for Research in Innovation and Competition at the University of Manchester, this series deals with research based issues emanating from work carried out in this internationally recognised, functioning research centre, which forms part of the Manchester Business School. The series casts new light on processes of competition and the role that innovation plays in this area. A particular attempt is made to explore this theme in the context of service activities. 

Key titles:
Karl Polanyi – Edited by Mark Harvery, Ronnie Ramlogan and Sally Randles
Qualities of food – Edited by Mark Harvey, Alan Warde and Andrew McMeekin

Series editor:
Mark Harvey
 

Market Relations and the Competitive Process:  (New Dynamics of Innovation and Comp)
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Market Relations and the Competitive Process
Markets, Rules and Institutions of Exchange:  (New Dynamics of Innovation and Comp)
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Markets, Rules and Institutions of Exchange
Innovation by Demand: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of Demand and its Role in Innovation (New Dynamics of Innovation and Comp)
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Innovation by Demand
Karl Polanyi: New Perspectives on the Place of Economy in Society (New Dynamics of Innovation and Comp)
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Qualities of Food:  (New Dynamics of Innovation and Comp)
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Qualities of Food

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