1. Why a Source Book?

  • 1. Shifting Patterns of Demand and Supply EISB

    Date - 16/05/2016

    First part of Chapter 1, EI Source Book text; Shifting Patterns of Demand and Supply

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  • 1.1 The Demand for Knowledge EISB

    Date - 16/05/2016

    Section 1, The Demand for Knowledge, of Chapter 1 of the EI Source Book text; Shifting Patterns of Demand and Supply

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  • 1.2 The Supply of Knowledge EISB

    Date - 16/05/2016

    Section 2, The Supply of Knowledge, of Chapter 1 of the EI Source Book text; Shifting Patterns of Demand and Supply

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  • 1.3 Bridging the Knowledge Gap EISB

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    Section 3, Bridging the Knowledge Gap, of Chapter 1 of the EI Source Book text; Shifting Patterns of Demand and Supply

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  • 1.4 Our Approach EISB

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    Section 4, Our Approach, of Chapter 1 of the EI Source Book text; Shifting Patterns of Demand and Supply

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  • 1.5 Conclusions EISB

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    Section 5, Conclusions, of Chapter 1 of the EI Source Book text; Shifting Patterns of Demand and Supply

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  • 1.6 Selected Reading EISB

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    Section 6, Selected Reading, of Chapter 1 of the EI Source Book text; Shifting Patterns of Demand and Supply

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Comments
  • Ann Kritzinger: Daniel, we were in contact in April 2013. By detecting primary source orebodies a GPR survey has confirmed the precolonial Nyanga terraces as surface mining of secondary enrichment. This has raised serious issues for environmental control and… read more
  • daniel gilbert: The concept of a Source Book is not one limited to this sector. From the bespoke books sector (a firm called ubyu) offers another good intro to the Source Book concept, please see quote below which I trust is illustrative: 'You know, when we set… read more
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