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Cases on Entrepreneurship and Innovation bridges the gap between the real-world complexities of diverse innovative and entrepreneurial endeavours in challenging environments and the academic classroom setting. It serves as an essential toolkit for academics and instructors, providing clear teaching guidance and tailoring real-world scenarios to be more relatable and context-relevant for students across the globe.

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A Guide for Mid-Career Scholars: Second Edition

This thoroughly updated edition of a classic career guide closes the research-practitioner gap and carefully considers the obstacles faced by researchers pursuing an academic career. From applying for grants to supervising Ph.D. students, the book utilises practical research and real experiences to illustrate how marketing scholars can strike a healthy working balance between teaching and research to find success in academia.

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This visionary book delves into the world-shaping abilities of modern technology, outlining the potential future transformations that it may impose. By drawing from a range of scholarly insights, Dionysios S. Demetis and Ian O. Angell explore how technology not only influences our social, economic, political, biological and physical realities, but how it can also construct completely new ones.

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Providing a wealth of advice surrounding different ways of working, collaborating and thinking about your writing, this illuminating How to guide acts as an essential sourcebook for academics at any career stage. Seonaidh McDonald shares authentic stories, offers countless suggestions and provides key resources to help you progress your academic writing.

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Embark on a riveting journey through the study of social complexity with The Atlas of Social Complexity. Over three decades of scientific exploration unfold, unravelling the enigmatic threads that compose the fabric of society. From the dance of bacteria, to human-machine interactions, to the ever-shifting dynamics of power in social networks, this Atlas maps the evolution of our understanding of social complexity.

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A Practical Introduction

How to Use Digital Learning with Confidence and Creativity is an accessible guide to key topics in the complex field of digital learning. It offers advice and insights on a range of ethical, pedagogical, ideological, and strategic challenges arising at the intersection of digital technology and teaching practice.

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Being Human in a Posthuman Age

This visionary book questions what it means to be human today and in the future. Drawing on the natural, human and life sciences, Thomas Osborne and Nikolas Rose encourage us to reconsider the human condition and the ways in which humans are affected by their animality, technology and the prospect of their annihilation.

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The Moral Pursuit of Autonomy and Rationality

In this thought-provoking book, Udo Pesch examines how values articulated by society are incorporated into institutions and technologies in order to overcome what they consider to be a lack of democratic control over their progress.

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A Research Agenda for Work and Employment critically analyses forthcoming developments and pressing issues within employment studies. By exploring crucial questions on changing employer demands and new forms of employment, it addresses the core topics shaping this fascinating area of business studies today.

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Innovation, Technology and the Changing World of Work

This insightful book examines the evolving landscape of work in the context of rapidly developing information and communication technology and Artificial Intelligence. It argues that while in the twentieth century there was a standardisation of work style, the twenty-first century is seeing the creation of ever more flexible forms of work, epitomised by the rise of the gig economy.

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