It has been argued that, within Europe, different models of management are discernible: the Latin, the Central and the Scandinavian. Focusing on the Latin model, analyses the concept of such a model through an examination of the data and by comparison with the other areas of Europe. Concludes that whilst there is no definite answer to the question of whether there is a Latin model there is evidence for the existence of such a model and its features are outlined.
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