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Coopetition as an emerging organisational strategy for supply chain resilience: an exploratory study of the UKCS oil and gas sector. (2020)
Thesis
OKE, E.Y. 2020. Coopetition as an emerging organisational strategy for supply chain resilience: an exploratory study of the UKCS oil and gas sector. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1447315

Coopetition, a form of inter-organisational relationship that combines competitive and collaborative theories, has gained the interests of academics and practitioners of inter-organisational studies. However, despite numerous extensive coopetition re... Read More about Coopetition as an emerging organisational strategy for supply chain resilience: an exploratory study of the UKCS oil and gas sector..

The influence of organisational typology, strategy, leadership and psychological forces on UK offshore oil and gas industry safety performance. (2020)
Thesis
SPENCE, P.A. 2020. The influence of organisational typology, strategy, leadership and psychological forces on UK offshore oil and gas industry safety performance. Robert Gordon University, DBA thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1358146

The UK Offshore Oil and Gas Industry is recognised as having made significant safety performance improvement progress, following the Piper Alpha disaster (6th July 1988), subsequent Public Inquiry and 106 recommendations made by the Cullen Report. Ho... Read More about The influence of organisational typology, strategy, leadership and psychological forces on UK offshore oil and gas industry safety performance..

An investigation of gendered institutions and the ideal worker narrative in the Scottish ICT industry. (2020)
Thesis
RILEY, L. 2020. An investigation of gendered institutions and the ideal worker narrative in the Scottish ICT industry. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1358123

This study critically investigates gendered organisational barriers in the Scottish technology industry, in an effort to understand the impact on gender-minority workers and the most effective ways to support those workers at the firm level. Aspects... Read More about An investigation of gendered institutions and the ideal worker narrative in the Scottish ICT industry..

Does spatial location affect business liquidation? (2020)
Journal Article
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)
Journal Article
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)
Journal Article
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)
Journal Article
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)
Journal Article
LAWANI, A. 2021. Critical realism: what you should know and how to apply it. Qualitative research journal [online], 21(3), pages 320-333. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/QRJ-08-2020-0101

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

I don’t want to go back: examining the return to physical workspaces during COVID-19. (2020)
Journal Article
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)
Journal Article
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..

An assessment of the financial soundness of the Kazakh banks. (2020)
Journal Article
SALINA, A.P., ZHANG, X. and HASSAN, O.A.G. 2021. An assessment of the financial soundness of the Kazakh banks. Asian journal of accounting research [online], 6(1), pages 23-37. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/AJAR-03-2019-0022

The contribution of the banking industry to the financial crisis of 2007/8 has raised public concerns about the financial soundness of banks around the world, with many countries still suffering the backlogs of this crisis. The continuous emergence o... Read More about An assessment of the financial soundness of the Kazakh banks..

An assessment of the financial soundness of the Kazakh banks. [Tables and Appendices] (2020)
Dataset
SALINA, A.P., ZHANG, X. and HASSAN, O.A.G. 2021. An assessment of the financial soundness of the Kazakh banks. [Tables and Appendices]. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://rgu-repository.worktribe.com/output/906761

These appendices contain the tables and figures associated with a forthcoming article: SALINA, A.P., ZHANG, X. and HASSAN, O.A.G. 2021. An assessment of the financial soundness of the Kazakh banks. Asian journal of accounting research [online], 6(... Read More about An assessment of the financial soundness of the Kazakh banks. [Tables and Appendices].

Rethinking and optimising post-consumer packaging waste: a sentiment analysis of consumers’ perceptions towards the introduction of a deposit refund scheme in Scotland. (2020)
Journal Article
OKE, A., OSOBAJO, O., OBI, L. and OMOTAYO, T. 2020. Rethinking and optimising post-consumer packaging waste: a sentiment analysis of consumers' perceptions towards the introduction of a deposit refund scheme in Scotland. Waste management [online], 118, pages 463-470. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wasman.2020.09.008

Packaging waste production, especially single-use containers, is exerting detrimental effects on terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, including human health. To internalise the externalities associated with single-use containers, different instruments... Read More about Rethinking and optimising post-consumer packaging waste: a sentiment analysis of consumers’ perceptions towards the introduction of a deposit refund scheme in Scotland..

Seeking sustainable futures in marketing and consumer research. (2020)
Journal Article
DAVIES, I., OATES, C.J., TYNAN, C., CARRIGAN, M., CASEY, K., HEATH, T., HENNINGER, C.E., LICHROU, M., MCDONAGH, P., MCDONALD, S., MCKECHNIE, S., MCLEAY, F., O'MALLEY, L. and WELLS, V. 2020. Seeking sustainable futures in marketing and consumer research. European journal of marketing [online], 54(11), pages 2911-2939. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/EJM-02-2019-0144

Purpose: Seeking ways towards a sustainable future is the most dominant socio-political challenge of our time. Marketing should have a crucial role to play in leading research and impact in sustainability, yet it is limited by relying on cognitive be... Read More about Seeking sustainable futures in marketing and consumer research..

Gender and media representation: politics and the 'double bind'. (2020)
Book Chapter
MCKAY, F. 2020. Gender and media representation: politics and the 'double bind'. In Smith, A. (ed.) Gender equality in changing times: multidisciplinary reflections on struggles and progress. London: Palgrave Macmillan [online], pages 203-226. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-26570-0_10

In recent decades, more women have been elected into office, showing the gains which have been made as more take a seat at the political table. In 2008, women occupied 18.3% of parliamentary seats worldwide, growing to 24.3% in 2019 (IPU 2019). While... Read More about Gender and media representation: politics and the 'double bind'..

Access over ownership: case studies of libraries of things. (2020)
Journal Article
BADEN, D., PEATTIE, K. and OKE, A. 2020. Access over ownership: case studies of libraries of things. Sustainability [online], 12(17), article ID 7180. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/su12177180

Over the last decade there has been increasing interest in the concept of the sharing economy, which replaces the focus on individual ownership with a focus on access to goods and services through borrowing, hiring or sharing. This study investigates... Read More about Access over ownership: case studies of libraries of things..

Product safety culture: a preliminary study in the UK manufacturing industry. (2020)
Journal Article
SUHANYIOVA, L., IRWIN, A. and FLIN, R. 2021. Product safety culture: a preliminary study in the UK manufacturing industry. Journal of risk research [online], 24(8), pages 1030-1048. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/13669877.2020.1805637

Do accidents where users are injured or killed by unsafe products reveal underlying weaknesses in the safety culture of the responsible organisations? While manufacturing firms have long been concerned with organizational culture factors that relate... Read More about Product safety culture: a preliminary study in the UK manufacturing industry..

A systematic review of circular economy research in the construction industry. (2020)
Journal Article
OSOBAJO, O.A., OKE, A., OMOTAYO, T. and OBI, L.I. [2020]. A systematic review of circular economy research in the construction industry. Smart and sustainable built environment [online], Early Cite. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/SASBE-04-2020-0034

Purpose: While circular economy (CE) is fast becoming a political and economic agenda for global urban development, there are still substantial knowledge gaps in possible strategies to speed up such transition, especially in the construction industry... Read More about A systematic review of circular economy research in the construction industry..

An exploration of the influence of the Research Excellence Framework on the implementation of responsible management education in UK business schools. (2020)
Thesis
NDUBUKA, N.N. 2020. An exploration of the influence of the Research Excellence Framework on the implementation of responsible management education in UK business schools. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1358102

A previous work by Doherty et al. (2015) identified the Research Excellence Framework (REF) as one of the barriers to embedding Responsible Management Education (RME) within six UK business and management schools. Since the study concluded, no other... Read More about An exploration of the influence of the Research Excellence Framework on the implementation of responsible management education in UK business schools..

What does not kill us makes us stronger: the story of repetitive consumer loan applications. (2020)
Journal Article
CAGLAYAN, M., TALAVERA, O., XIONG, L. and ZHANG, J. 2020. What does not kill us makes us stronger: the story of repetitive consumer loan applications. The European journal of finance [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/1351847X.2020.1793792

We investigate borrower and lender behaviours when the borrower has experienced a sequence of failed loan applications. Our analysis is based on half a million observations from an established peer-to-peer (P2P) loan platform in China, from 2010 to 2... Read More about What does not kill us makes us stronger: the story of repetitive consumer loan applications..