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The impact of September 11th on the UK business community

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The impact of September 11th on the UK business community. / George, Bruce; Button, Mark; Whatford, Natalie.

Crime at work. Vol. 3, Managing security. ed. / Martin Gill. Leicester : Perpetuity Press., 2003. p. 231-245.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

George, B, Button, M & Whatford, N 2003, The impact of September 11th on the UK business community. in M Gill (ed.), Crime at work. Vol. 3, Managing security. Perpetuity Press., Leicester, pp. 231-245.

APA

George, B., Button, M., & Whatford, N. (2003). The impact of September 11th on the UK business community. In M. Gill (Ed.), Crime at work. Vol. 3, Managing security (pp. 231-245). Perpetuity Press..

Vancouver

George B, Button M, Whatford N. The impact of September 11th on the UK business community. In Gill M, editor, Crime at work. Vol. 3, Managing security. Leicester: Perpetuity Press. 2003. p. 231-245

Author

George, Bruce ; Button, Mark ; Whatford, Natalie. / The impact of September 11th on the UK business community. Crime at work. Vol. 3, Managing security. editor / Martin Gill. Leicester : Perpetuity Press., 2003. pp. 231-245

Bibtex

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