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When: The Art of Perfect Timing by Stuart Albert

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notes

Preface

  1.   E. Brann, What, Then, Is Time? (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999); J. T. Fraser, Time and Time Again: Reports from a Boundary of the Universe (Boston: Brill, 2007).

For a summary of research on time within management, see Academy of Management Review 26, no. 4 (October 2001). There is of course a vast literature dealing with time, which I will not attempt to reference. The best short review of philosophical approaches that I have found is Brann's What, Then, Is Time? For those interested in the interdisciplinary study of time, none can surpass the work of J. T. Fraser. See his Time and Time Again for a series of essays summarizing some of his work. I also call your attention to the work of the International Society ...

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