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Informal slack in organisations: a qualitative analysis of innovative organisations. (2012)
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MCDONALD, S., 2012. Informal slack in organisations: a qualitative analysis of innovative organisations. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management: Annual Review [online], 12, pp. 71-83. Available from: http://ijmar.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.286/prod.8

This paper considers the relationship between organisational slack and innovation from a new perspective. Moving away from the traditional quantitative research approaches, semi-structured interviews and an activity theory framework are used to opera... Read More about Informal slack in organisations: a qualitative analysis of innovative organisations..

The relationship between regulatory focus and online shopping: perceived risk, affect, and consumers' response to online marketing. (2012)
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ATOROUGH, P. and DONALDSON, B. 2012. The relationship between regulatory focus and online shopping: perceived risk, affect, and consumers' response to online marketing. International journal of internet marketing and advertising [online], 7(4), pages 333-358. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1504/IJIMA.2012.051615

Regulatory focus theory (RTF) has demonstrated that individuals can be distinguished on the basis of two independent structures of strategic inclination and orientation in the pursuit of goals: promotion focus - which emphasises the presence of posit... Read More about The relationship between regulatory focus and online shopping: perceived risk, affect, and consumers' response to online marketing..

The Tunisian textile industry: local responses to internationalisation. (2012)
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ANDERSON, A.R., EL HARBI, S.E. and BRAHEM, M. 2012. The Tunisian textile industry: local responses to internationalisation. European journal of international management [online], 6(5), pages 525-541. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1504/EJIM.2012.049640

The continuing internationalisation of the textile industry has reduced the labour cost advantages of Tunisian clothing firms. These firms have a precarious position in the international value chain, often as subcontractors and only rarely contributi... Read More about The Tunisian textile industry: local responses to internationalisation..

Correction: “There are too many, but never enough": qualitative case study investigating routine coding of clinical information in depression. (2012)
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CRESSWELL, K., MORRISON, Z., KALRA, D. and SHEIKH, A. 2012. Correction: “There are too many, but never enough": qualitative case study investigating routine coding of clinical information in depression. PLoS ONE [online], 7(10). Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371/annotation/48c1ae80-d961-4c30-b966-243f010a0a1b

This is a correction to the article published in a previous issue of PLoS ONE.

The European Citizens' Initiative and EU civil society organisations. (2012)
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GREENWOOD, J. 2012. The European Citizens' Initiative and EU civil society organisations. Perspectives on European politics and society [online], 13(3), pages 325-336. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/15705854.2012.702576

The procedural demands of the new European Citizens' Initiative (ECI) require the 'Citizens Committees' that host them to be backed by professional organisation. One potential source would be civil society organisations (CSOs) organised at EU level.... Read More about The European Citizens' Initiative and EU civil society organisations..

Innovation in small business: comparing face-to-face with virtual networking. (2012)
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HARDWICK, J., CRUICKSHANK, D. and ANDERSON, A.R. 2012. Innovation in small business: comparing face-to-face with virtual networking. Journal of business strategy [online], 33(5), pages 51-58. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/02756661211282795

Purpose “ The paper aims to better understand the process of networking by small business with their customers to achieve innovations. In particular the relative roles of face-to-face and virtual interaction are to be investigated. Design/methodology... Read More about Innovation in small business: comparing face-to-face with virtual networking..

There are too many, but never enough: qualitative case study investigating routine coding of clinical information in depression. (2012)
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CRESSWELL, K., MORRISON, Z., SHEIKH, A. and KALRA, D. 2012. There are too many, but never enough: qualitative case study investigating routine coding of clinical information in depression. PLoS ONE [online], 7(8), article ID e43831. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0043831

Background: We sought to understand how clinical information relating to the management of depression is routinely coded in different clinical settings and the perspectives of and implications for different stakeholders with a view to understanding h... Read More about There are too many, but never enough: qualitative case study investigating routine coding of clinical information in depression..

Classifying the strategic capability of farmers: a segmentation framework. (2012)
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MCELWEE, G. and SMITH, R. 2012. Classifying the strategic capability of farmers: a segmentation framework. International journal of entrepreneurial venturing [online], 4(2), pages 111-131. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1504/IJEV.2012.046517

This paper examines the capability of farmers to diversify and outlines the barriers and challenges that confront farmers. It suggests that not all farmers have a high level of 'strategic awareness capability'. The paper describes how a segmentation... Read More about Classifying the strategic capability of farmers: a segmentation framework..

Entrepreneurship as connecting: some implications for theorising and practice. (2012)
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ANDERSON, A.R., DODD, S.D. and JACK, S.L. 2012. Entrepreneurship as connecting: some implications for theorising and practice. Management decision [online], 50(5), pages 958-971. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/00251741211227708

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to consider why entrepreneurship theorising has become fragmented and how the research problem might be resolved. Design/methodology/approach: The authors first examine how entrepreneurial constructs reflect only... Read More about Entrepreneurship as connecting: some implications for theorising and practice..

Personalisation falls short. (2012)
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SPICKER, P. 2013. Personalisation falls short. British journal of social work [online], 43(7), pages 1259-1275. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcs063

Personalisation offers individualised treatment in circumstances where markets do not operate. Personalisation is described variously as a process involving an individualised assessment and response, the expression of individual preferences and choic... Read More about Personalisation falls short..

No choices, no chances: how contemporary enterprise culture is failing Britain's underclasses. (2012)
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SMITH, R. and AIR, C. 2012. No choices, no chances: how contemporary enterprise culture is failing Britain's underclasses. International journal of entrepreneurship and innovation [online], 13(2), pages 103-113. Available from: https://doi.org/10.5367/ijei.2012.0075

Despite an increasing interest in minority entrepreneurship in recent years, the issue of underclass entrepreneurship and its linkages to enterprise culture remain under-researched. In this article, the authors examine chavs as an indigenous British... Read More about No choices, no chances: how contemporary enterprise culture is failing Britain's underclasses..

Old-fashioned or enlightened? Small retailers' practices in e-procurement. (2012)
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CONNON, N., DONALDSON, B. and ANDERSON, A.R. 2012. Old-fashioned or enlightened? Small retailer' practices in e-procurement. International journal of technology marketing [online], 7(1), pages 47-62. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1504/IJTMKT.2012.046431

The paper considers how and why SME retailers use the internet in their procurement processes. Examining retailers' views and reasons, we relate these to existing technology acceptance models, employing a qualitative approach. Although our respondent... Read More about Old-fashioned or enlightened? Small retailers' practices in e-procurement..

Venting, joining and educating: motivations for knowledge sharing in the UK police blogosphere. (2012)
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BURNETT, S., PEDERSEN, S., SMITH, R. and O'NEILL, A. 2012. Venting, joining and educating: motivations for knowledge sharing in the UK police blogosphere. Business information review, 29(1), pages 57-63. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/0266382112438689

This article examines motivations for knowledge sharing in blogs written by police officers. It draws on the findings of a research project completed in 2011 based on content analysis of 63 blogs.

Restorying entrepreneurship in a changing world. (2012)
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WARREN, L. and SMITH, R. 2012. Restorying entrepreneurship in a changing world. Tamara journal for critical organization inquiry [online], 10(1-2), pages 5-8. Available from: http://crow.kozminski.edu.pl/journal/index.php/tamara/article/view/142

Entrepreneur stories are circulated widely in the public consciousness, as heroic tales of obstacles overcome and bureaucracies toppled in pursuit of new market landscapes. For some entrepreneurs this storying brings with it an acceptance of what mig... Read More about Restorying entrepreneurship in a changing world..

Developing and animating enterprising individuals and communities: a case study from rural Aberdeenshire, Scotland. (2012)
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SMITH, R. 2012. Developing and animating enterprising individuals and communities: a case study from rural Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Journal of enterprising communities: People and places in the global economy [online], 6(1), pages 57-83. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/17506201211211000

Purpose: Socio-economic decline in rural areas is a pervasive and debilitating phenomenon in terms of regional development, particularly when former models of economic growth which once stimulated business generation and regeneration can no longer be... Read More about Developing and animating enterprising individuals and communities: a case study from rural Aberdeenshire, Scotland..

Individual strategies for sustainable consumption. (2012)
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MCDONALD, S., OATES, C.J., ALEVIZOU, P.J., YOUNG, C.W. and HWANG, K. 2012. Individual strategies for sustainable consumption. Journal of marketing management [online], 28(3-4), pages 445-468. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/0267257X.2012.658839

Consumers have a key role to play in meeting government targets for reduced energy consumption, more sustainable waste management practices, and lifestyles with fewer environmental consequences. We discuss some of the assumptions underpinning academi... Read More about Individual strategies for sustainable consumption..

Industrial symbiosis: testing the boundaries and advancing knowledge. (2012)
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LOMBARDI, D.R., LYONS, D., SHI, H. and AGARWAL, A. 2012. Industrial symbiosis: testing the boundaries and advancing knowledge. Journal of industrial ecology [online], 16(1), pages 2-7. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1530-9290.2012.00455.x

The idea of industry finding uses for non-product outputs (by-products and waste) is not a new one (Desrochers 2000). Local context and incentives changed in the 20th century, however, and the practice fell out of favor due to cheap and abundant ener... Read More about Industrial symbiosis: testing the boundaries and advancing knowledge..

Perceived barriers towards the use of e-trade processes by Korean SMEs. (2012)
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OH, K.-Y., ANDERSON, A.R. and CRUICKSHANK, D. 2012. Perceived barriers towards the use of e-trade processes by Korean SMEs. Business process management journal [online], 18(1), pages 43-57. Available from:https://doi.org/10.1108/14637151211215000

Purpose: E-trade (or electronic trading) appears to offer increased efficiency in business processes, but only a limited number of small firms in Korea have adopted the new processes. The purpose of this paper is to try to establish the obstacles and... Read More about Perceived barriers towards the use of e-trade processes by Korean SMEs..

Leadership: a perniciously vague concept. (2012)
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SPICKER, P. 2012. Leadership: a perniciously vague concept. International journal of public sector management [online], 25(1), pages 34-47. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/09513551211200276

Purpose “ Despite the vast amount of literature covering the concept of leadership, it remains contentious, under-conceptualised and often uncritical. The purpose of this paper is to question the validity of the concept and dispute its application. D... Read More about Leadership: a perniciously vague concept..