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Items where Division is "Faculty of Business and Law" and Year is 2011

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(2011) Images of the Mind. Morevska Gallery Brno, Czech Republic

Binns, Reuben (2011) Justifying patents: a critique of the deontological approach University of Cambridge, History and Philosophy of Science, Masters Thesis , 27pp.

Gurses, Ozlem (2011) Extra-contractual liability: an insurance overhead or a reinsurance recovery? Journal of Business Law, 8, pp. 763-780.

Gurses, Ozlem (2011) Identity in insurance: the English position Insurance Law Journal

Howells, Jeremy (2011) Services and innovation: conceptual and theoretical perspectves In, Bryson, John R. and Daniels, Peter W. (eds.) The Handbook of Service Industries. Cheltenham, GB, Edward Elgar pp. 34-44.

Kazarian, Melinee, Griffiths, Danielle and Brazier, Margaret (2011) Criminal responsibility for medical malpractice in France Journal of Professional Negligence, 27, (4), pp. 1-10.

Manungo, T., Ojiako, U. and Chipulu, M. (2011) An explorotary study of the impact of financial regulations on risk management in Zimbabwean banks At Business Management Conference, South Africa.

Serdy, Andrew (2011) The commission on the limits of the continental shelf and its disturbing propensity to legislate International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, 26, (3), pp. 355-383. (doi:10.1163/157180811X582175).

Stalla-Bourdillon, Sophie (2011) Privacy is dead, long live privacy! Breach of confidence and information privacy: towards a more progressive action for breach of confidence? In, Kierkegaard, Sylvia (eds.) Law Across Nations: Governance, Policy & Statutes. IAITL

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