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Professor Lee Miles
Lee joined the Bournemouth University Disaster Management Centre on the 1st September 2015. Lee is an international relations scholar, educated at the Universities of Lancaster, Birmingham and Hull, receiving his PhD in Politics from the University

Making mischief with Swedish models: Reflections on contemporary Swedish politics
This commentary is based upon, and was first delivered as, the Inaugural Professorial Lecture of Lee Miles in association with his inauguration as Professor of Political Science at Karlstad University, Sweden on 17th September 2009.

Denmark and the European Union
© 2014 Lee Miles and Anders Wivel for selection and editorial matter. This book offers an accessible, coherent and comprehensive analysis of the recent, contemporary and future challenges and possibilities facing Denmark in the European

The European Union The Annual Review 2004/2005
This source preferred by Lee Miles. ... Publisher:Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN:9781405129862. This data was imported from Google Books:. Authors: Miles, L..

Entrepreneurial Resilience
Lee Miles examines the importance of innovation in disaster management arguing that entrepreneurial resilience makes an important contribution towards ensuring an organization is fully agile and adaptive in an emergency.

The European Union and the Nordic Countries
The European Union and the Nordic Countries provides an authoritative assessment of the intricate relationship between the EU and the Nordic countries.

Sweden and the European Union Evaluated
This collection provides an overview of these changes and the central challenges facing Sweden in the new century.

The European Union Annual Review 2002/2003
The Annual Review, produced in association with JCMS, The Journal of Common Market Studies, covers the key developments in the European Union, its member states, and acceding and/or applicant countries in 2003/2004.

Entrepreneurship in the Polis Understanding Political Entrepreneurship
In this volume, as is reflected in the book title, the editors make the conscious choice to use 'political' as the umbrella modifier for all entrepreneurship which takes place in the polis.

Dr Katherine King
Katherine King is a Senior Lecturer in Leisure Cultures in the Faculty of Management. Her research interests focus on the geographies of sport and leisure, in particular the inter connections between identities, lifestyles and sport and leisure

Dr Richard Shipway
Richard's research interests focus on sport tourism, Olympic studies, the impacts and legacies of international sport events, crisis and disaster management at sports events, volunteering at sports mega events, and sport ethnography.

Professor Adrian Newton
My research examines human impacts on the environment, with a particular focus on biodiversity loss and its consequences. I have a particular interest in analysing the biodiversity dynamics of fragmented forest landscapes.

Dr Ben Goldsmith
and Miles, P., 2017. ... Studies in Australasian Cinema, 5 (3), 215-221. Lee, K.S. and Yecies, B., 2011.

David Kerr
Pratt, E., Miles, P. and Kerr, D., 2001. Localized insulin allergy treated with continuous subcutaneous insulin. ... Lee, B., Cavan, D.A. and Kerr, D., 2000. Restructuring, rationing or researching diabetes care.