Global Distribution System New Entrants
Screening of new entrants for tuberculosis: responses to port notifications
Does patenting help or hinder open innovation? Evidence from new entrants in the solar industry
Young people and new entrants in European labour markets: the timing of gradual integration
Tuberculosis screening of new entrants; how can it be made more effective?
Correspondence. Tuberculosis screening of new entrants; how can it be made more effective?
Penguin in a new suit: a tale of how de novo entrants emerged to harness free and open source software communities
Desperately seeking spillovers? Increasing returns, industrial organization and the location of new entrants in geographic and technological space*
The outcome of a cohort of tuberculin-positive predominantly South Asian new entrants aged 16–34 to the UK: Blackburn 1989–2001
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1. Those looking for work for the first time. The main group comprises school leavers but housewives are also important, especially with the recent opportunities for job sharing.
2. Firms entering an industry for the first time. They may be new organizations or established organizations entering a new field.
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