Month: April 2014

Frank Wolf

Largest-Ever NSF Budget Passes First Test

With no controversy and the only discussion about how best to honor the retiring chairman of the panel, the subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee that oversees the unlikely bedfellows of justice, commerce and scientific agencies has approved a $7.4 billion budget for the National Science Foundation.

9 years ago
Caravaggio's 'The Cardsharps'

Who Really Holds the Cards in Gambling Research?

Australian research into gambling ultimately is highly dependent on the success of gambling itself (even when it’s funded by the state). Is there any surprise that much of the research is rarely critical of the industry?

9 years ago

Publishing Qualitative Research

[Editor’s Note: We are pleased to reproduce Trish Reay’s editorial, “Publishing Qualitative Research” from the April issue of Family Business […]

9 years ago