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  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (Centru ghall-Izvilupp tal-Partecipazzjoni tal-Haddiema, Universita' ta' Malta, 1984)
    II-haddiema tat-Tarzna ilhom ghal numru ta' snin imexxu I-intrapriza taghhom. Sa mill-1975 huma jtellghu b'elezzjoni kull sentejn, il-Kunsill li huwa I-oghla awtorita’ fit-Tarzna. Din hija I-aqwa forma ta' partecipazzjoni ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (University of Malta. Faculty of Education, 1987)
    Educational provision has always been an integral component of the strategy for cooperative development. Owenism, which inspired one of the earliest examples of a worker cooperative in an industrial setting, was in its ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (The New Economics Society, 1988)
    Economic systems are traditionally considered to be the organized flows and processes within a given social structure which deal with the allocation of resources according to choice, need, purchasing power or opportunity ...
  • Zammit, Edward L.; Baldacchino, Godfrey (Ekonomski Biro., 1989)
    That there is a keen interest by Maltese political parties, trade unions and employers on the whole question of workers' participation is understandable. Malta is a developing micro-state with no natural mineral resources. ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (University of Malta. Faculty of Education, 1990)
    Economics is today recognised as a key social science discipline in the Maltese school curriculum. Elements of economic life figure in the subject matter of civics/social studies from an early, primary level. Students ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (Economic and Industrial Democracy, 1990)
    This paper explores briefly how the 'war of position' strategy advocated by neo-Marxist theoretician Antonio Gramsci may be construed as a model for the successful development of worker cooperatives. The approach can provide ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (Institute of Social Studies, 1990)
    The issue of worker cooperation remains at the top of the agenda for workplace organization today, although the history of worker (or producer) cooperatives is littered with failures. Yet, despite the glaring and disappointing ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (University of Malta. Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy, 1990)
    Trade unions in Malta have been in existence for over a century in some form or other. However, for many decades after the first attempt to establish a fitters' union at the Dockyard in 1884, trade unions made little ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (University of Malta. Faculty of Education, 1991)
    In the context of the managerial and economic restructuring currently underway, this article argues for a systematic policy of labour education meant to empower workers as active participants, critical members and ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (Upper Secondary School Valletta, 1992)
    This paper seeks to put into a proper policy perspective the current discussion on the attraction of 'sustainable development'. This is attempted by forcing an application of the often rhetorical nature of the argument ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (University of Prince Edward Island. Institute of Island Studies, 1992-09)
    In spite of the rhetoric of viability and endogenously led growth and development, small states are generally resigned to a status of dependency, surviving as rentier economies and remi ttance societies. Most appear ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (Development and Change, 1993)
    Developing microstates are bountiful on the world political map today. Yet the concept of smallness, apart from being relativistic, conjures up a sense of deviation, indicative of a subtle discrimination which implicitly ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (Union Press and Malta University Press, 1993)
    Harold Walls kiteb artiklu erba' snin ilu dwar il-htiega ta' Trades Union Council f'Malta. Fih, huwa ghamel kumment provokattiv hafna li pero ghadda minghajr ma qajjem ebda rejazzjoni. Harold Walls stqarr li, meta wiehed ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (Mireva, 1994)
    This paper will introduce the attractions of worker cooperation, tempered however by the regrettable manner in which worker cooperative practices have not matched the promises. The Maltese cooperative sector is critically ...
  • Sultana, Ronald G.; Baldacchino, Godfrey (Mireva, 1994)
    It seems to be the destiny of a people to reflect upon itself, to look at itself critically, comparing itself, in space and time, with the fortunes and misfortunes of others. This it does in a myriad of ways and for ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (International Meter Organization. Provided by the NASA Astrophysics Data System, 1994)
    The Malta Astronomical Society Meteor Group set off with its first observational project with a difference in May 1994. Target for the meteor watchers was the strong but largely neglected η-Aquarid annual meteor shower. ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (University of Malta. The Faculty of Education., 1994)
    This is a book review on the book entitled “Education in Small States: Concepts, challenges and Strategies” by Mark Bray and Steve Packer (1993). Even a cursory glance at this neat hardback volume with a 400- plus item ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (Mireva, 1994)
    Malta's labour topography resembles that of industrialised states, with a negligible agricultural segment, and a substantial industrial and service oriented labour force. But, apart from five modest gifts of nature - ...
  • Falzon, Mark Anthony (University of Malta, 1994)
    The phenomenon of 'secret languages' is a widespread one and is known to occur in many cultures and contexts. It involves the creation and use by a particular group of a verbal, or non-verbal (such as signs and gestures), ...
  • Baldacchino, Godfrey (Tourism Management, 1994)
    This article explores the alleged peculiarities of human resource management practices in very small developing states. A number of theoretical and ideo-typical features are culled from a literature review and are subsequently ...

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