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Anisotropic Magnetocaloric Effect and Magnetic Order in Antiferromagnetic Gd2InGe2  [PDF]
A. L. Lima Sharma, A. M. Gomes, P. A. Sharma
World Journal of Condensed Matter Physics (WJCMP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/wjcmp.2013.34029
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We investigated the transport, thermal and magnetic properties of antiferromagnetic (TN = 45 K) Gd2InGe2. Magnetization measurements under applied magnetic field, oriented along different crystallographic directions, were used to extract the anisotropic magnetocaloric effect. We also measured magnetization under pulsed field up to 45 T. From the analysis of the electrical transport and magnetization, conduction band electrons were weakly coupled to Gd f-electron local moments. Differential scanning calorimeter data confirmed a second order phase of the antiferromagnetic to paramagnetic transition. The anisotropic magnetocaloric effect points to a model of magnetic ordering whereby Gd local moments couple ferromagnetically and antiferromagnetically perpendicular and parallel, respectively, to the c-axis.

Philander opossum (Marsupialia), a new host record for Sparganum of Lueheella Baer, 1924 (= Spirometra Mueller, 1937)
Gomes, Delir Corrêa;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1984, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761984000300011
Abstract: two samples of sparganum, the larval form of lueheella baer, 1924 (= spirometra mueller, 1937) were recovered from philander opossum (l. 1758) captured in salobra, mato grosso state, brazil, by dr. lauro travassos in may, 1942. this is the first report of the presence of this larval form in p. opossum. dealing with helminths recovered from brazilian marsupialia, deposited in oswaldo cruz institute helminthological collection, we examined in two samples of the preserved material collected in salobra. mato grosso state, nine larval forms (sparganum) of lueheella sp. one of the samples, with six specimens, tissue. it is the first report of philander opossum harbouring this larval stage. the studied preserved wet material was stained and whole mounts were deposited in the oswaldo cruz institute helminthological collection ns. 31.470 and 31.471. measurements are in mm.
Neoliberalismo y salud en la frontera de México y Estados Unidos: El caso de la tuberculosis
Gomes Moreira, José A.;
Migración y desarrollo , 2008,
Abstract: the impact of the free market economic restructuring on public health systems during the last decades has been devastating to most parts of the world, including in the border communities of mexico and the united states, a region on the planet where the model of neo-liberal globalization, combined with the maquilas industries and the north america free trade agreement (nafta), were destined to showcase one of its most successful and brightest windows to the future. this economic rationality was accompanied by a move-ment of increasing privatization of the national public health systems, with its consequent substitution by a medical model, more compatible to the ideological concept of health as an individual's human capital, a commodity to be sold for a profit in the market, and acquired to be consumed by human beings turned into private owners of their own health. the present article concentrates in telling <> in the u.s.-mexican border, one of the reemerging transmissible diseases world-wide. this is a disease that is historically known to be linked to growing poverty, and sensitive to the problems related to migration and its criminalization by some social sectors, to the deterioration of living conditions (housing, food, sanitary infrastructure), to the dismantling of the public health systems, and recently aggravated by the combination with other diseases like vih-sida and the diabetes.
Stakeholder management in the local government decision-making area: evidences from a triangulation study with the English local government
Gomes, Ricardo Corrêa;
BAR. Brazilian Administration Review , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1807-76922006000100005
Abstract: the stakeholder theory has been in the management agenda for about thirty years and reservations about its acceptance as a comprehensive theory still remains. it was introduced as a managerial issue by the labour party in 1997 aiming to make public management more inclusive. this article aims to contribute to the stakeholder theory adding descriptive issues to its theoretical basis. the findings are derived from an inductive investigation carried out with english local authorities, which will most likely be reproduced in other contexts. data collection and analysis is based on a data triangulation method that involves case-studies, interviews of validation and analysis of documents. the investigation proposes a model for representing the nature of the relationships between stakeholders and the decision-making process of such organizations. the decision-making of local government organizations is in fact a stakeholder-based process in which stakeholders are empowered to exert influences due to power over and interest in the organization's operations and outcomes.
Who are the relevant stakeholders to the local government context? Empirical evidences on environmental influences in the decision-making process of English Local Authorities
Gomes, Ricardo Corrêa;
BAR. Brazilian Administration Review , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1807-76922004000100004
Abstract: this article presents empirical evidence of stakeholding in the local government context. it is the result of a survey carried out with english local authorities in 2001. it outlines the arena in which local government make decisions by pinpointing the relevant stakeholders in the process as well as the amount of power they are perceived to represent by chief executives. the investigation has its theoretical basis in resource dependence and institutional theories, which are commonly used for explaining an organization's behaviour and performance as influenced by its environment. as an empirical contribution, the article proposes a stakeholder map for any kind of local government organizations that will help in identifying strategies for managing stakeholders.
Stakeholder management in the local government decision-making area: evidences from a triangulation study with the English local government
Gomes, Ricardo Corrêa;
Revista de Administra??o Contemporanea , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-65552006000500005
Abstract: the stakeholder theory has been in the management agenda for about thirty years and reservations about its acceptance as a comprehensive theory still remains. it was introduced as a managerial issue by the labour party in 1997 aiming to make public management more inclusive. this article aims to contribute to the stakeholder theory adding descriptive issues to its theoretical basis. the findings are derived from an inductive investigation carried out with english local authorities, which will most likely be reproduced in other contexts. data collection and analysis is based on a data triangulation method that involves case-studies, interviews of validation and analysis of documents. the investigation proposes a model for representing the nature of the relationships between stakeholders and the decision-making process of such organizations. the decision-making of local government organizations is in fact a stakeholder-based process in which stakeholders are empowered to exert influences due to power over and interest in the organization's operations and outcomes.
Who are the relevant stakeholders to the local government context? Empirical evidences on environmental influences in the decision-making process of English Local Authorities
Gomes, Ricardo Corrêa;
Revista de Administra??o Contemporanea , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-65552005000500009
Abstract: this article presents empirical evidence of stakeholding in the local government context. it is the result of a survey carried out with english local authorities in 2001. it outlines the arena in which local government make decisions by pinpointing the relevant stakeholders in the process as well as the amount of power they are perceived to represent by chief executives. the investigation has its theoretical basis in resource dependence and institutional theories, which are commonly used for explaining an organization's behaviour and performance as influenced by its environment. as an empirical contribution, the article proposes a stakeholder map for any kind of local government organizations that will help in identifying strategies for managing stakeholders.
Stakeholder management in the local government decision-making area: evidences from a triangulation study with the English local government
Ricardo Corrêa Gomes
BAR. Brazilian Administration Review , 2006,
Abstract: The stakeholder theory has been in the management agenda for about thirty years and reservations about its acceptance as a comprehensive theory still remains. It was introduced as a managerial issue by the Labour Party in 1997 aiming to make public management more inclusive. This article aims to contribute to the stakeholder theory adding descriptive issues to its theoretical basis. The findings are derived from an inductive investigationcarried out with English Local Authorities, which will most likely be reproduced in other contexts. Data collection and analysis is based on a data triangulation method that involves case-studies, interviews of validation and analysis of documents. The investigation proposes a model for representing the nature of therelationships between stakeholders and the decision-making process of such organizations. The decision-making of local government organizations is in fact a stakeholder-based process in which stakeholders are empowered to exert influences due to power over and interest in the organization’s operations and outcomes.
Who are the Relevants Stakeholders to the Local Government Context? Empirical Evidences on Environmental Influences in the Decision-Making Process of English Local Authorities
Ricardo Corrêa Gomes
BAR. Brazilian Administration Review , 2004,
Abstract: This article presents empirical evidence of stakeholding in the local government context. It is the result of a survey carried out with English Local Authorities in 2001. It outlines the arena in which local government make decisions by pinpointing the relevant stakeholders in the process as well as the amount of power they areperceived to represent by chief executives. The investigation has its theoretical basis in resource dependence and institutional theories, which are commonly used for explaining an organization’s behaviour and performance as influenced by its environment. As an empirical contribution, the article proposes a stakeholder map for any kind of local government organizations that will help in identifying strategies for managing stakeholders.
Snake Venom - An Anti Arthritis Natural Product
A.Gomes
Al Ameen Journal of Medical Sciences , 2010,
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