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Strong angular momentum effects in near-barrier fusion reactions

Abstract : While Japan was firmly established in the 8O's as a world economy giant, its fame was to be renewed after the early 90's crisis. Measuring the westernization impact of the current Japanese society, this paper presents new grids of corporate and behaviour readibilty through an approach deliberately inherited from communication science and cultural studies. Thus, an alternative to basic management models (toyotism and quality circles) is being proposed.
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B. Haas, G. Duchene, F.A. Beck, T. Byrski, C. Gehringer, et al.. Strong angular momentum effects in near-barrier fusion reactions. Physical Review Letters, American Physical Society, 1985, 54, pp.398-401. ⟨in2p3-00005676⟩



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