This is a critical appraisal of lean supply concepts and the "partnership" approach to relationships between buyer and seller. It moves beyond partnership sourcing, and attempts to show how inter-firm relationships can be used to develop competitive advantage.
This work presents an analysis of the relationship between corporations and society as it has evolved from the past, into the present, and how it might change in the future.
This text provides a complete course in business law. It focuses on the key topics in the subject, each of which are defined clearly at the start of each chapter. Besides covering the traditional elements within any business law course, it also incorporates subjects of a contemporary nature.
This definitive work on the law of income tax will prove invaluable to those involved in accountancy, the Inland Revenue or tax law. It will also be of vital assistance to those studying income tax on accountancy courses or studying for the Institute of Taxation's examinations. It is both comprehensive and concise and covers all aspects of this important subject.
All purchasing activities take place within a context of legal regulation, a context that has been taking on increasing importance in recent years. This book provides a clear and concise account of the underlying legal principles which affect the purchasing function.
This text covers both traditional and contemporary elements of business law and all relevant legislation, including European legislation, which impinges on the business environment. The book examines all legal developments that are covered in the syllabuses of major degree courses.
This text integrates both the technical and political elements of taxation, to provide a comprehensive reference on the subject. It should be of interest to lecturers and students on degree and other courses in public administration, economics degrees, and Institute of Taxation courses.
This textbook covers the main aspects of European Community law clearly and succinctly and examines the implications of the new freedoms of movement on UK organizations. With end-of-chapter summaries for rapid reference, it provides an understanding of issues involved in growth and ascendancy.
This textbook covers the main aspects of European Union Law clearly and succinctly and examines the implications of the new freedoms of movement on UK organizations. With end-of-chapter summaries for rapid reference, it provides an understanding of issues involved in growth and ascendancy.
This edition incorporates contemporary changes in revenue law and includes an entire section on law relating to VAT. The principles and policy behind the application of revenue law are explored through a contextual approach.