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Propositions for utilising emotional intelligence in construction organisations. (2018)
Journal Article
LAWANI, A. and MOORE, D.R. 2021. Propositions for utilising emotional intelligence in construction organisations. International journal of construction management [online], 21(2), pages 153-166. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/15623599.2018.1512028

The emotional intelligence (EI) concept is prevalent within management literature and is recognized as an important skill for managers in achieving organisational effectiveness. However, scholars report an unwillingness by the construction industry t... Read More about Propositions for utilising emotional intelligence in construction organisations..

Interest representation in the EU: an open and structured dialogue? (2018)
Book Chapter
GREENWOOD, J. 2019. Interest representation in the EU: an open and structured dialogue? In Dialer, D. and Richter, M. (eds.) Lobbying in the European Union: strategies, dynamics and trends. Cham: Springer [online], pages 21-31. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-98800-9_2

Since 1992, the European Commission has sought to build ‘An Open and Structured Dialogue’ with interest groups, and since 2001 a broader ‘Dialogue with Civil Society’. A core feature of this dialogue involves instruments of transparency, and pluralis... Read More about Interest representation in the EU: an open and structured dialogue?.

Context matters: entrepreneurial energy in the revival of place. (2018)
Book Chapter
GADDEFORS, J. and ANDERSON, A.R. 2018. Context matters: entrepreneurial energy in the revival of place. In Higgins, D., Jones, P. and McGowan, P. (eds.) Creating entrepreneurial space: talking through multi-voices, reflections on emerging debates. Contemporary issues in entrepreneurship research, 9A. Bingley: Emerald [online], chapter 4, pages 63-78. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/S2040-72462018000009A004

The objective of this longitudinal ethnography of a rural small town in Northern Sweden, following the presence and identifying the processes associated with an incoming entrepreneur, was to better understand entrepreneurship in a rural context. The... Read More about Context matters: entrepreneurial energy in the revival of place..

Resistance and change in a depleted community: personal, pragmatic and paradoxical. (2018)
Book Chapter
WARREN, L., ANDERSON, A.R. and BENSEMANN, J. 2018. Resistance and change in a depleted community: personal, pragmatic and paradoxical. In Higgins, D., Jones, P. and McGowan, P. (eds.) Creating entrepreneurial space: talking through multi-voices, reflections on emerging debates. Contemporary issues in entrepreneurship research, 9A. Bingley: Emerald [online], chapter 7, pages 113-127. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/S2040-72462018000009A007

In this chapter, the authors explore entrepreneurial change in Stanton, a rural small town in New Zealand. This once-prosperous place has suffered economically and socially as its past core industries have vanished, and it can now be considered as a... Read More about Resistance and change in a depleted community: personal, pragmatic and paradoxical..

Taming trilogues: the EU's law-making process in a comparative perspective. (2018)
Book Chapter
GREENWOOD, J. and ROEDERER-RYNNING, C. 2019. Taming trilogues: the EU's law-making process in a comparative perspective. In Costa, O. (ed.) The European Parliament in times of EU crisis: dynamics and transformations. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan [online], pages 121-141. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-97391-3_6

As the directly elected institution of representative democracy, the European Parliament (EP) is at the centre of debates about the nature of the EU polity. The dramatic increase in its legislative powers since becoming a directly elected instituti... Read More about Taming trilogues: the EU's law-making process in a comparative perspective..

The impact of corruption on analyst coverage. (2018)
Journal Article
HASSAN, O.A.G. and GIORGIONI, G. 2019. The impact of corruption on analyst coverage. Managerial auditing journal [online], 34(3), pages 305-323. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/MAJ-01-2018-1783

This study investigates the impact of country-level corruption and firms' anti-bribery policies on analyst coverage. Analyst coverage has been identified as a powerful tool to detect fraud and should equally act as a possible tool to reduce corruptio... Read More about The impact of corruption on analyst coverage..

Exploring healthcare professionals’ perceptions of medication errors in an adult oncology department in Saudi Arabia: a qualitative study. (2018)
Journal Article
ALHARBI, W., CLELAND, J. and MORRISON, Z. 2019. Exploring healthcare professionals' perceptions of medication errors in an adult oncology department in Saudi Arabia: a qualitative study. Saudi pharmaceutical journal [online], 27(2), pages 176-181. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsps.2018.10.001

Objective: Adverse events which result from medication errors are considered to be one of the most frequently encountered patient safety issues in clinical settings. We undertook a qualitative investigation to identify and explore factors relating to... Read More about Exploring healthcare professionals’ perceptions of medication errors in an adult oncology department in Saudi Arabia: a qualitative study..

The European Citizens' Initiative: bringing the EU closer to its citizens? (2018)
Journal Article
GREENWOOD, J. 2019. The European Citizens' Initiative: bringing the EU closer to its citizens? Comparative European politics [online], 17(6), pages 940-956. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1057/s41295-018-0138-x

In defiance of accounts which see the European Union (EU) as structurally incompatible with democracy, the Lisbon Treaty set out the general right and specific means for citizens to participate in EU decision-making. Whilst the Treaty codified long-e... Read More about The European Citizens' Initiative: bringing the EU closer to its citizens?.

Levelised cost of energy: a theoretical justification and critical assessment. (2018)
Journal Article
ALDERSEY-WILLIAMS, J. and RUBERT, T. 2019. Levelised cost of energy: a theoretical justification and critical assessment. Energy policy [online], 124, pages 169-179. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2018.10.004

Although widely accepted as a measure of the comparative lifetime costs of electricity generation alternatives, levelised cost of energy (LCOE) lacks a theoretical foundation in the academic literature and encompasses a number of areas where caution... Read More about Levelised cost of energy: a theoretical justification and critical assessment..

Eradicating information poverty: an agenda for research. (2018)
Journal Article
MARCELLA, R. and CHOWDHURY, G. 2020. Eradicating information poverty: an agenda for research. Journal of librarianship and information science [online], 52(2), pages 366-381. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/0961000618804589

Information poverty remains a critical issue for societies today. The literature of information poverty is reviewed tracking its origins in library and information science in the 1970s and the various approaches that have been taken to tackling infor... Read More about Eradicating information poverty: an agenda for research..

The acute medical unit model: a characterisation based upon the National Health Service in Scotland. (2018)
Journal Article
REID, L.E.M., PRETSCH, U., JONES, M.C., LONE, N.I., WEIR, C.J. and MORRISON, Z. 2018. The acute medical unit model: a characterisation based upon the National Health Service Scotland. PLoS ONE [online], 13(10), article ID e0204010. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0204010

Background: Acute medical units (AMUs) receive the majority of acute medical patients presenting to hospital as an emergency in the United Kingdom (UK) and in other international settings. They have emerged as a result of local service innovation in... Read More about The acute medical unit model: a characterisation based upon the National Health Service in Scotland..

NGOs in the European Union. (2018)
Book Chapter
GREENWOOD, J. 2018. NGOs in the European Union. In Kellow, A. and Murphy-Gregory, H. (eds.) Handbook of research on NGOs. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing [online], pages 391-403. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4337/9781785361685.00027

NGOs play an institutionalised role in the European Union (EU), serving as unofficial opposition in a system otherwise orientated around consensus, and as policy partner to in times of need. Dialogue with institutions is structured along pluralist li... Read More about NGOs in the European Union..

The impact of voluntary environmental disclosure on firm value: does organizational visibility play a mediation role? (2018)
Journal Article
HASSAN, O.A.G. 2018. The impact of voluntary environmental disclosure on firm value: does organizational visibility play a mediation role? Business strategy and the environment [online], 27(8), pages 1569-1582. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.2217

The current study investigates whether organizational visibility, i.e. the extent to which analysts follow, and institutions hold, a firm's stock (Baker et al., 1999, p.47), may explain the mechanism through which corporate environmental disclosure (... Read More about The impact of voluntary environmental disclosure on firm value: does organizational visibility play a mediation role?.

Institutional influence and the role of family in poor women's micropreneurship. (2018)
Journal Article
XIONG, L., UKANWA, I. and ANDERSON, A. 2020. Institutional influence and the role of family in poor women's micropreneurship. International journal of entrepreneurial behavior and research [online], 26(1), pages 122-140. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJEBR-05-2017-0162

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to develop an understanding of how the institutions of family and culture play out in shaping family business practices. This study focusses on family business led by poor entrepreneurial women in a context of ex... Read More about Institutional influence and the role of family in poor women's micropreneurship..

Romancing the rural: reconceptualizing rural entrepreneurship as engagement with context(s). (2018)
Journal Article
GADDEFORS, J. and ANDERSON, A.R. 2019. Romancing the rural: reconceptualizing rural entrepreneurship as engagement with context(s). International journal of entrepreneurship and innovation [online], 20(3), pages 159-169. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/1465750318785545

This article considers how we conceive and research rural entrepreneurship. While we argue for the importance of context for understanding entrepreneuring, we also acknowledge that some perceptions of the rural context may be misleading. We criticall... Read More about Romancing the rural: reconceptualizing rural entrepreneurship as engagement with context(s)..

Nonfamily knowledge during family business succession: a cultural understanding. (2018)
Journal Article
WASIM, J., CUNNINGHAM, J., MAXWELL-COLE, A. and TAYLOR, J.R. 2020. Nonfamily knowledge during family business succession: a cultural understanding. International journal of entrepreneurial behavior and research [online], 26(1), pages 141-157. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJEBR-05-2017-0167

Purpose: Knowledge transfer plays a key role in the succession process. While much attention has been given to the passing of business knowledge form incumbent to successor, less is known about the use of nonfamily knowledge during this most crucial... Read More about Nonfamily knowledge during family business succession: a cultural understanding..

Realising the sustainable development goals (SDGs): challenges for business school academics in the responsible management education (RME) field. (2018)
Presentation / Conference
NDUBUKA, N.N. and REY-MARMONIER, E. 2018. Realising the sustainable development goals (SDGs): challenges for business school academics in the responsible management education (RME) field. Presented at the 5th UK and Ireland PRME conference, 25-27 June 2018, London, UK.

This paper seeks to contribute to the debate around the United Nations' seventeen sustainable development goals (SDGs) and the role of business schools in their realisation. It explores the challenges that signatories of the Principles for Responsibl... Read More about Realising the sustainable development goals (SDGs): challenges for business school academics in the responsible management education (RME) field..

Experiencing microfinance: effects on poor women entrepreneurs' livelihood strategies. (2018)
Journal Article
UKANWA, I., XIONG, L. and ANDERSON, A. 2018. Experiencing microfinance: effects on poor women entrepreneurs' livelihood strategies. Journal of small business and enterprise development [online], 25(3), pages 428-446. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/JSBED-02-2017-0043

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to address the problem of why the poorest, most disadvantaged groups such as rural African women, benefit less from microfinance. The authors focus on the perception and experiences of ordinary rural entrepreneur... Read More about Experiencing microfinance: effects on poor women entrepreneurs' livelihood strategies..

The gap between degree outcomes and employability skills. (2018)
Presentation / Conference
BREMNER, P.A.M. 2018. The gap between degree outcomes and employability skills. Presented at the 15th Enhancement in higher education conference: evaluation, evidence and enhancement: inspiring staff and students, 7 June 2018, Glasgow, UK.

This research aims to highlight, via the use of qualitative and quantitative methods, a possible mismatch between a degree learning outcomes and employability skills. By use of a mixed methods approach, inclusive of employer feedback, relevant data c... Read More about The gap between degree outcomes and employability skills..

Entrepreneurial leadership: setting the scene for a behavioural approach. (2018)
Presentation / Conference
KESIDOU, E. 2018. Entrepreneurial leadership: setting the scene for a behavioural approach. Presented at 2018 Babson College entrepreneurship research conference (BCERC 2018), 6-9 June 2018, Waterford, Ireland.

The commonalities in behavioural and attitudinal approaches of business leaders towards entrepreneurship have led to the devise of the attractive – yet not fully defined and measured – concept of entrepreneurial leadership (EL). The most recent study... Read More about Entrepreneurial leadership: setting the scene for a behavioural approach..