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Addressing recent misreporting of findings from 'Better estimates of LCOE from audited accounts: a new methodology with examples from United Kingdom offshore wind and CCGT'. (2021)
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ALDERSEY-WILLIAMS, J., BROADBENT, I.D. and STRACHAN, P.A. 2021. Addressing recent misreporting of findings from 'Better estimates of LCOE from audited accounts: a new methodology with examples from United Kingdom offshore wind and CCGT.' Energy policy [online], 153, article 112240. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2021.112240

Recent interest in the Levelised Cost of Energy (LCOE) for offshore wind has led to considerable media coverage of this topic. The paper to which this article refers provides some useful insights, but the authors are concerned that their findings are... Read More about Addressing recent misreporting of findings from 'Better estimates of LCOE from audited accounts: a new methodology with examples from United Kingdom offshore wind and CCGT'..

Effectiveness of intervention on behaviour change against use of non-biodegradable plastic bags: a systematic review. (2021)
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ADEYANJU, G.C., AUGUSTINE, T.M., VOLKMANN, S., OYEBAMIJI, U.A., RAN, S., OSOBAJO, O.A. and OTITOJU, A. 2021. Effectiveness of intervention on behaviour change against use of non-biodegradable plastic bags: a systematic review. Discover sustainability [online], 2(1), article 13. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s43621-021-00015-0

The devastating impacts that bio-degradable products such as plastic bags are having on human health, wildlife, and the environment is enormous, especially single-use once. Single-use plastics are non-biodegradable products and does not undergo biolo... Read More about Effectiveness of intervention on behaviour change against use of non-biodegradable plastic bags: a systematic review..

Who wants North Sea CCS, and why? Assessing differences in opinion between oil and gas industry respondents and wider energy and environmental stakeholders. (2021)
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GONZALEZ, A., MABON, L. and AGARWAL, A. 2021. Who wants North Sea CCS, and why? Assessing differences in opinion between oil and gas industry respondents and wider energy and environmental stakeholders. International journal of greenhouse gas control [online], 106, article ID 103288. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijggc.2021.103288

Although Scotland and the wider UK is making good progress with research and development towards deployment of offshore carbon capture and storage, there is increasing divergence in opinion on the necessity of CCS for meeting climate change targets.... Read More about Who wants North Sea CCS, and why? Assessing differences in opinion between oil and gas industry respondents and wider energy and environmental stakeholders..

Exploring patient safety culture in a Kuwaiti secondary care setting: a qualitative study. (2021)
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ALQATTAN, H., CLELAND, J., MORRISON, Z. and CAMERON, I.M. 2021. Exploring patient safety culture in a Kuwaiti secondary care setting: a qualitative study. Sultan Qaboos University medical journal [online], 21(1), pages e77-e85. Available from: https://doi.org/10.18295/squmj.2021.21.01.011

Objectives: Qualitative studies can improve understanding of patient safety culture (PSC), which has been relatively neglected by researchers in the Gulf Cooperation Council context. This study employed a qualitative approach to explore healthcare st... Read More about Exploring patient safety culture in a Kuwaiti secondary care setting: a qualitative study..

Mobilising identity: entrepreneurial practice of a 'disadvantaged' identity. (2021)
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JAMES, I., XIONG, L. and ANDERSON, A. [2021]. Mobilising identity: entrepreneurial practice of a 'disadvantaged' identity. European management review [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/emre.12451

We examine how female migrant entrepreneurs overturn disadvantage through social resourcing. We argue they are disadvantaged by the intersectionality of their identities; that social constructions and ensuing entrepreneurial expectations are a poor f... Read More about Mobilising identity: entrepreneurial practice of a 'disadvantaged' identity..

Optimally clocking the low carbon energy mile to achieve the sustainable development goals: evidence from Dundee’s electric vehicle strategy. (2021)
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ASEKOMEH, A., GERSHON, O. and AZUBUIKE, S.I. 2021. Optimally clocking the low carbon energy mile to achieve the sustainable development goals: evidence from Dundeeā€™s electric vehicle strategy. Energies [online], 14(4), article 842. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/en14040842

Dundee City has been successful in installing green infrastructure for charging electric vehicles (EVs). This intervention matches the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of affordable clean energy (SDG 7), sustainable cities and communities (SDG 11... Read More about Optimally clocking the low carbon energy mile to achieve the sustainable development goals: evidence from Dundee’s electric vehicle strategy..

Inside the black box of trilogues: introduction to the special issue. (2021)
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BRANDSMA, G.J., GREENWOOD, J., RIPOLL SERVENT, A. and ROEDERER-RYNNING, C. 2021. Inside the black box of trilogues: introduction to the special issue. Journal of European public policy [online], 28(1): inside the 'black box' of EU legislative trilogues, pages 1-9. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2020.1859600

This special issue brings together seven original contributions on actors involved in trilogue negotiations whose role has largely been neglected: the Commission, the Council, the Court, the Ombudsman, national parliaments, organized interests and Eu... Read More about Inside the black box of trilogues: introduction to the special issue..

Stakeholder engagement: a conceptual framework and initial validation to foster sustainability development in a maritive cluster. (2021)
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OSOBAJO, O.A., KOLIOUSIS, Y. and MCLAUGHLIN, H. 2021. Stakeholder engagement: a conceptual framework and initial validation to foster sustainability development in a maritime cluster. European journal of sustainable development research [online], 5(1), article number em0149. Available from: https://doi.org/10.21601/ejosdr/9664

Sustainability development, as a concept, is becoming an important topic for discussion within the maritime industry due to its environmental impact and intensification ofthe compliance framework. Achieving sustainable development will require involv... Read More about Stakeholder engagement: a conceptual framework and initial validation to foster sustainability development in a maritive cluster..

Psychological factors influencing technology adoption: a case study from the oil and gas industry. (2021)
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ROBERTS, R., FLIN, R., MILLAR, D. and CORRADI, L. 2021. Psychological factors influencing technology adoption: a case study from the oil and gas industry. Technovation [online], 102, article number 102219. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.technovation.2020.102219

People have the power to make an innovation a success or a failure. Corporate decision makers act as both facilitators and barriers to the introduction of technologies into their organisations. Psychological factors clearly have an impact on their de... Read More about Psychological factors influencing technology adoption: a case study from the oil and gas industry..

Charlie Gladstone, rentier or entrepreneur? A case study of contemporary 'aristocratic enterprise'. (2021)
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GRANT, G. and SMITH, R. [2021]. Charlie Gladstone, rentier or entrepreneur? A case study of contemporary 'aristocratic enterprise'. International journal of entrepreneurship and innovation [online], Online First. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/1465750320984186

Context, including social class is an emerging topic of interest in entrepreneurship studies. According to prevailing orthodoxy, to be upper-class is to be anti-enterprise. Aristocrats are defined through their ownership of land and rentier status an... Read More about Charlie Gladstone, rentier or entrepreneur? A case study of contemporary 'aristocratic enterprise'..

Making sense of maritime supply chain: a relationship marketing approach. (2021)
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OSOBAJO, O. A., KOLIOUSIS, I. and MCLAUGHLIN, H. 2021. Making sense of maritime supply chain: a relationship marketing approach. Journal of shipping and trade [online], 6, article no. 1. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1186/s41072-020-00081-z

Building a relationship with the maritime supply chain partners is considered imperative for organisations to survive and remain competitive. Yet, several studies that examined the maritime supply chain have not adequately explored nor assessed the r... Read More about Making sense of maritime supply chain: a relationship marketing approach..

Organized interests and trilogues in a post-regulatory era of EU policy-making. (2021)
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GREENWOOD, J. and ROEDERER-RYNNING, C. 2021. Organized interests and trilogues in a post-regulatory era of EU policy-making. Journal of European public policy [online], 28(1): inside the 'black box' of EU legislative, pages 112-131. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2020.1859592

Organized interests play a role in the everyday policy making of the EU. Trilogues are now part of the everyday policy-making of the EU. But little is known about the interaction between organized interests and trilogues. Can organized interests acce... Read More about Organized interests and trilogues in a post-regulatory era of EU policy-making..

Does spatial location affect business liquidation? (2020)
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MAKROPOULOS, A., WEIR, C. and ZHANG, X. [2020]. Does spatial location affect business liquidations? International journal of computational economics and econometrics [online], Forthcoming articles. Available from: https://www.inderscience.com/info/ingeneral/forthcoming.php?jcode=ijcee

Current studies in aggregate business liquidations have paid little attention to the potential importance of firms geographical (spatial) location. There is some evidence of spatial concentration of economic activity in certain geographical across Eu... Read More about Does spatial location affect business liquidation?.

Trilogues in council: disrupting the diplomatic culture? (2020)
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BRANDSMA, G.J., DIONIGI, M.K., GREENWOOD, J. and ROEDERER-RYNNING, C. 2021. Trilogues in council: disrupting the diplomatic culture? Journal of European public policy [online], 28(1): inside the 'black box' of EU legislative trilogues, pages 10-31. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2020.1859594

This article explores the institutionalization of trilogues in the Council. What kind of practices have emerged in the Council to underpin this body’s participation in trilogues, and how do these shape the decision-making culture in the Council? We c... Read More about Trilogues in council: disrupting the diplomatic culture?.

Exploring the potentials, barriers and option for support in the Nigeria renewable energy industry. (2020)
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ADEYANJU, C.G., OSOBAJO, O.A., OTITOJU, A. and AJIDE, O.E. 2020. Exploring the potentials, barriers and options for support in the Nigeria renewable energy industry. Discover sustainability, [online], 1(1), article number 7. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s43621-020-00008-5

Climate change remains a pivotal area and a persistent challenging issue for deliberation among the nations of the world. Most especially in a country like Nigeria, where fossil fuel remains a pivotal source of socio-economic development and well-bei... Read More about Exploring the potentials, barriers and option for support in the Nigeria renewable energy industry..

Validating the 'seven functions' model of technological innovations systems theory with industry stakeholders: a review from UK offshore renewables. (2020)
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ALDERSEY-WILLIAMS, J., STRACHAN, P.A. and BROADBENT, I.D. 2020. Validating the 'seven Functions' model of technological innovations systems theory with industry stakeholders: a review from UK offshore renewables. Energies [online], 13(24), article ID 6673. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/en13246673

Technological Innovation Systems theory, and its 'functions' framework, have demonstrated their value as tools for exploring socio-technological transitions. Although the 'seven functions' model has demonstrated its academic value across a vast liter... Read More about Validating the 'seven functions' model of technological innovations systems theory with industry stakeholders: a review from UK offshore renewables..

Critical realism: what you should know and how to apply it. (2020)
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LAWANI, A. [2020]. Critical realism: what you should know and how to apply it. Qualitative research journal [online], Early Cite. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/QRJ-08-2020-0101

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to discuss critical realism philosophical viewpoint and how it can be applied in qualitative research. Critical realism (CR) is a relatively new and viable philosophical paradigm proposed as an alternative to the... Read More about Critical realism: what you should know and how to apply it..

What use is technology if no one uses it? The psychological factors that influence technology adoption decisions in oil and gas. (2020)
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ROBERTS, R., FLIN, R., MILLAR, D. and CORRADI, L. [2020]. What use is technology if no one uses it? The psychological factors that influence technology adoption decisions in oil and gas. Technology, mind, and behavior [online], (accepted).

What use is technology if no one uses it? This question underscores the critical interaction between people and the technology, highlighting the importance of understanding the underlying psychological factors that influence technology uptake. This s... Read More about What use is technology if no one uses it? The psychological factors that influence technology adoption decisions in oil and gas..

I don’t want to go back: examining the return to physical workspaces during COVID-19. (2020)
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LIU, Z., VAN EGDOM, D., FLIN, R., SPITZMUELLER, C., ADEPOJU, O. and KRISHNAMOORTI, R. 2020. I don't want to go back: examining the return to physical workspaces during COVID-19. Journal of occupational and environmental medicine [online], 62(11), pages 953-958. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1097/JOM.0000000000002012

OBJECTIVE: We study employee perspectives on return to physical workspaces to ultimately inform employers' and policy makers' decision making around the return to work during COVID-19. METHODS: We tested the three-component conceptual model using sur... Read More about I don’t want to go back: examining the return to physical workspaces during COVID-19..

The impact of energy consumption and economic growth on carbon dioxide emissions. (2020)
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OSOBAJO, O.A., OTITOJU, A., OTITOJU, M.A. and OKE, A. 2020. The impact of energy consumption and economic growth on carbon dioxide emissions. Sustainability [online], 12(19), article ID 7965. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/su12197965

This study explored the effect of energy consumption and economic growth on CO2 emissions. The relationship between energy consumption, economic growth and CO2 emissions was assessed using regression analysis (the pooled OLS regression and fixed effe... Read More about The impact of energy consumption and economic growth on carbon dioxide emissions..