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Theoretical reflections on narrative in action research. (2017)
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TOLEDANO, N. and ANDERSON, A.R. 2020. Theoretical reflections on narrative in action research. Action research [online], 18(3), pages 302-318. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/1476750317748439

Narrative is an important tool for developing and writing up action research experiences. Its power lies in the fact that narrative construction and narrative recounting are fundamental human communication practices. Narratives are also knowledge pro... Read More about Theoretical reflections on narrative in action research..

Exploring the emancipatory dimensions of globalisation: the struggle over IFRS8 and country-by-country reporting. (2017)
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CRAWFORD, L. 2019. Exploring the emancipatory dimensions of globalisation: the struggle over IFRS8 and country-by-country reporting. Critical perspectives on accounting [online], 63, article ID 102017. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cpa.2017.10.005

This paper unravels how Publish What You Pay (PWYP), a transnational social movement organisation campaigning for transparency reporting in the extractive sector to improve the lives of women, men and children in resource-rich countries, successfully... Read More about Exploring the emancipatory dimensions of globalisation: the struggle over IFRS8 and country-by-country reporting..

Entrepreneurship in Oman: policies and practices. (2017)
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AL-BALUSHI, R.A. and ANDERSON, A.R. 2017. Entrepreneurship in Oman: policies and practices. Journal of Asia entrepreneurship and sustainability [online], 13(4): proceedings of the 8th International conference for entrepreneurship, innovation and regional development (ICEIRD 2015), 18-19 June 2015, Sheffield, UK, pages 29-47. Available from: http://www.asiaentrepreneurshipjournal.com/JAESVolXIIINov2017.pdf

Oman provides an interesting context to examine how formal institutions encourage local enterprise. We examine the views of local entrepreneurs about the effectiveness of government policies that are intended to foster indigenous small business. We a... Read More about Entrepreneurship in Oman: policies and practices..

Is entrepreneurship research out of context? (2017)
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ANDERSON, A.R. and GADDEFORS, J. 2017. Is entrepreneurship research out of context? Dilemmas with (non)contextualised views of entrepreneurship. Journal of Asia entrepreneurship and sustainability [online], 13(4): proceedings of the 8th International conference for entrepreneurship, innovation and regional development (ICEIRD 2015), 18-19 June 2015, Sheffield, UK, pages 3-9. Available from: http://www.asiaentrepreneurshipjournal.com/JAESVolXIIINov2017.pdf

This is an editorial written for this special issue in the Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability of the proceedings of the 8th International entrepreneurship, innovation and regional development conference (ICEIRD2015) held at the Unive... Read More about Is entrepreneurship research out of context?.

Earnings management and audit quality: stakeholders' perceptions. (2017)
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BARGHATHI, Y., COLLISON, D. and CRAWFORD, L. 2018. Earnings management and audit quality: stakeholders' perceptions. Journal of management and governance [online], 22(3), pages 629-659. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10997-017-9396-2

This paper examines the perceptions of Libyan Commercial Banks’ (LCBs) stakeholders regarding the role of the external auditor in relation to earnings management (EM). A total of 28 semi-structured interviews were carried out with a range of LCB stak... Read More about Earnings management and audit quality: stakeholders' perceptions..

Accountability and not-for-profit organisations: implications for developing international financial reporting standards. (2017)
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CRAWFORD, L., MORGAN, G.G. and CORDERY, C.J. 2018. Accountability and not-for-profit organisations: implications for developing international financial reporting standards. Financial accountability and management [online], 34(2), pages 181-205. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/faam.12146

This paper provides empirical evidence which informs contemporary debates on developing international financial reporting standards for not-for-profit organisations (NPOs) (CCAB, 2013a,b; IFRS Foundation, 2015). Drawing on a global survey with respon... Read More about Accountability and not-for-profit organisations: implications for developing international financial reporting standards..

Using paradox theory to understand responses to tensions between service and training in general surgery. (2017)
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CLELAND, J., ROBERTS, R., KITTO, S., STRAND, P. and JOHNSTON, P. 2018. Using paradox theory to understand responses to tensions between service and training in general surgery. Medical education [online], 52(3), pages 288-301. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/medu.13475

Context: The tension between service and training in pressured health care environments can have a detrimental impact on training quality and job satisfaction. Yet the management literature proposes that competing demands are inherent in organisation... Read More about Using paradox theory to understand responses to tensions between service and training in general surgery..

Interactions and entrepreneurial agency; a relational view of entrepreneurs' control cognitions. (2017)
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VESALA, K.M., ANDERSON, A.R. and VESALA, H.T. 2017. Interactions and entrepreneurial agency; a relational view of entrepreneurs' control cognitions. Archives of psychology [online], 1(1), article ID 11. Available from: http://archivesofpsychology.org/index.php/aop/article/view/11/18

This paper is about relational view to control constructs and entrepreneurship. It introduces the concept 'interaction locus of control' to the study of entrepreneurial agency cognitions. We argue that a better understanding of entrepreneurial agency... Read More about Interactions and entrepreneurial agency; a relational view of entrepreneurs' control cognitions..

Sub-national government and pathways to sustainable energy. (2017)
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COWELL, R., ELLIS, G., SHERRY-BRENNAN, F., STRACHAN, P.A. and TOKE, D. 2017. Sub-national government and pathways to sustainable energy. Environment and planning C: politics and space [online], 35(7), pages 1139-1155. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/2399654417730359

In an effort to understand how to promote more sustainable forms of energy provision, researchers have begun addressing the scale of political and governance processes, yet the effects of sub-national government remain neglected. At the same time, an... Read More about Sub-national government and pathways to sustainable energy..

Enterprising the rural: creating a social value chain. (2017)
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ANDERSON, A.R. and LENT, M.D. 2019. Enterprising the rural: creating a social value chain. Journal of rural studies [online], 70, pages 96-103. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2017.08.020

This paper explores how a social enterprise in Kenya, Farmstore, addresses problems associated with rural poverty. It also aims to demonstrate how organising different stakeholder's interests and abilities enables entrepreneurship, allowing poor farm... Read More about Enterprising the rural: creating a social value chain..

Medical students’ views of clinical environments. (2017)
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ROBERTS, R., CLELAND, J., STRAND, P. and JOHNSTON, P. 2018. Medical students' views of clinical environments. The clinical teacher [online], 15(4), pages 325-330. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/tct.12691

Background: Monitoring the quality of clinical learning environments (CLEs) is immensely important in medical education. Objective indicators of the quality of the CLE can be used to measure learner perceptions and to inform educational improvements;... Read More about Medical students’ views of clinical environments..

How is it best to deliver care in acute medical units? A systematic review. (2017)
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REID, L.E.M., CROOKSHANKS, A.J.F., JONES, M.C., MORRISON, Z.J., LONE, N.I. and WEIR, C.J. 2018. How is it best to deliver care in acute medical units? A systematic review. QJM: an international journal of medicine [online], 111(8), pages 515-523. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1093/qjmed/hcx161

The majority of medical patients presenting to hospital in the UK are cared for in acute medical units (AMUs). Such units are also increasingly present internationally. Care delivery varies across units: this review aims to examine the evidence for h... Read More about How is it best to deliver care in acute medical units? A systematic review..

Sustainability, corporate community engagement and enterprise development: lessons from a case study in Emu-Ebendo Niger-Delta, Nigeria. (2017)
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AJIDE, O.E., STRACHAN, P.A., RUSSELL, A. and JONES, D.R. 2017. Sustainability, corporate community engagement and enterprise development: lessons from a case study in Emu-Ebendo Niger-Delta, Nigeria. Problemy ekorozwoju: problems of sustainable development [online], 12(2), pages 59-67. Available from: http://ekorozwoj.pol.lublin.pl/n24.htm

Corporate community engagement remains an under researched area in sustainability debates. Presenting a case study, based on in-depth interviews and site visits, of how one indigenous company Energia Ltd has formed a strong partnership or bond with t... Read More about Sustainability, corporate community engagement and enterprise development: lessons from a case study in Emu-Ebendo Niger-Delta, Nigeria..

The B2Com relationship: an empirical study of the measure of relationship quality in a business-to-community relationship. (2017)
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OSOBAJO, O.A. and MOORE, D. 2017. The B2Com relationship: an empirical study of the measure of relationship quality in a business-to-community relationship. International business research [online], 10(7), pages 118-147. Available from: https://doi.org/10.5539/ibr.v10n7p118

The quality of relationship between Oil Producing Companies (OPC) and their Host Communities (HC) within the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria (NDRN) is a source of concern for different stakeholders such as the practitioners, government, communities, an... Read More about The B2Com relationship: an empirical study of the measure of relationship quality in a business-to-community relationship..

Towards an entrepreneurial theory of practice: emerging ideas for emerging economies. (2017)
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ANDERSON, A.R. and RONTEAU, S. 2017. Towards an entrepreneurial theory of practice: emerging ideas for emerging economies. Journal of entrepreneurship in emerging economies [online], 9(2), pages 110-120. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/JEEE-12-2016-0054

We believe there is a problem with the explanatory power of many existing theories of entrepreneurship in the unique circumstances of emerging economies. Emerging economies range from dynamic contexts such as China (Li and Wang, 2013), to slowly emer... Read More about Towards an entrepreneurial theory of practice: emerging ideas for emerging economies..

Entry routes into the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland training: status versus sustainability. (2017)
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GAMMIE, E., ALLISON, M. and MATSON, M. 2018. Entry routes into the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland training: status versus sustainability. Accounting history [online], 23(1-2), pages 14-43. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/1032373217706774

Education plays a pivotal role in establishing the elite status of a profession. This paper sets out to understand the role of social and political influences in the determination of entry routes to professional accounting training with the Institute... Read More about Entry routes into the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland training: status versus sustainability..

Collaborating for innovation: the socialised management of knowledge. (2017)
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ANDERSON, A.R. and HARDWICK, J. 2017. Collaborating for innovation: the socialised management of knowledge. International entrepreneurship and management journal [online], 13(4), pages 1181-1197. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11365-017-0447-6

Although the importance of diverse knowledge is widely recognised for open innovation, there may be a gap in our understanding of the social processes that shape how collaborators engage in knowledge exchange. This social gap may be significant becau... Read More about Collaborating for innovation: the socialised management of knowledge..

The social status of entrepreneurs: contrasting German perspectives. (2017)
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KALDEN, J.N., CUNNINGHAM, J. and ANDERSON, A.R. 2017. The social status of entrepreneurs: contrasting German perspectives. International journal of entrepreneurship and innovation [online], 18(2), pages 91-104. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/1465750317706439

The German economy is praised for its stability, creating a seemingly strong economic environment in which entrepreneurship should thrive. Our research problem is that, in spite of the strong economy, new venture creation rates are substantially lowe... Read More about The social status of entrepreneurs: contrasting German perspectives..

A new ERA? Electronic records in ambulances: a research programme. (2017)
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POTTS, H.W.W., JONES, M., WILLIAMS, V., MORRISON, Z. and PORTER, A. 2017. A new ERA? Electronic records in ambulances: a research programme. Ambulance today [online], 14(1), pages 33-35. Available from: https://ambulancetoday.co.uk/ambulance-today-archive/

In order to support the continued shift to out of hospital care, ambulance clinicians need to be able to decide which patients will benefit from being left at home, refer to alternative care providers, and ensure that appropriate patient information... Read More about A new ERA? Electronic records in ambulances: a research programme..

The real dependent variable problem: the limitations qualitative analysis in comparative policy studies. (2017)
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SPICKER, P. 2017. The real dependent variable problem: the limitations qualitative analysis in comparative policy studies. Social policy and administration [online], 52(1), pages 216-228. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/spol.12308

Comparative public policy relies heavily on processing quantitative data, typically done by looking for the relationship between variables or by grouping empirical data into categories. In methodological terms, comparative data commonly deal with nat... Read More about The real dependent variable problem: the limitations qualitative analysis in comparative policy studies..