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Lebanon: Technica International: SDG#5 gender equality and women's empowerment. (2023)
Book Chapter
BASTIAN, B.L., NG, P.Y. and WOOD, B.P. 2024. Lebanon: Technica International: SDG#5 gender equality and women's empowerment. In Birdthistle, N. and Hales, R. (eds.) Attaining the 2023 sustainable development goal of gender equality. Leeds: Emerald [online], chapter 7, pages 95-104. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80455-832-420231007

Gender equality and women's empowerment are key priorities to achieve sustainability in the world, particularly in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region where women are often an under-represented group across politics, economic and social sp... Read More about Lebanon: Technica International: SDG#5 gender equality and women's empowerment..

Gender and entrepreneurial family business: decision-making, agency and empowerment. (2023)
Journal Article
WOOD, B.P., NG, P.Y. and BASTIAN, B. 2023. Gender and entrepreneurial family business: decision-making, agency and empowerment. International journal of gender and entrepreneurship [online], 15(4), pages 317-324. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJGE-11-2023-227

As the most prominent form of business organisation, the family business has intertwining priorities related to the family, business and the firm. Due to the involvement of family members in the business, the family is usually set as a core of the bu... Read More about Gender and entrepreneurial family business: decision-making, agency and empowerment..

Gender inequalities in Korean family business: contradictions between show and tell. (2023)
Journal Article
KIM, A. and NG, P.Y. 2023. Gender inequalities in Korean family business: contradictions between show and tell. International journal of gender and entrepreneurship [online], 15(4), pages 388-417. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJGE-12-2022-0225

This paper explores how gender-related issues are communicated in Korean family-run conglomerates (chaebols) and the roles of women within these businesses. It also addresses to what extent the communication of chaebols about female employment and ca... Read More about Gender inequalities in Korean family business: contradictions between show and tell..

United Arab Emirates: the family business of the Shehada brothers. (2023)
Book Chapter
DSILVA, J., LOCKE, J. and NG, P.Y. 2023. United Arab Emirates: the family business of the Shehada brothers. In Birdthistle, N. and Hales, R. (eds.) Attaining the 2030 sustainable development goal of sustainable cities and communities. Leeds: Emerald [online], chapter 6, pages 79-89. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80455-836-220231006

The family business – Shehada Brothers – own several ventures in different sectors in the United Arab Emirates which will be discussed briefly in the case study; however, to mention one of the businesses, Trigono Developments is a business model that... Read More about United Arab Emirates: the family business of the Shehada brothers..

How family firms can avoid the trap of strong social ties and still achieve innovation: critical roles of market orientation and transgenerational intent. (2023)
Journal Article
DAYAN, M., NG, P.Y. and D CLERCQ, D. 2023. How family firms can avoid the trap of strong social ties and still achieve innovation: critical roles of market orientation and transgenerational intent. International journal of entrepreneurial behavior and research [online], 29(6), pages 1314-1337. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/ijebr-12-2021-1056

To extend family business research, this article proposes and tests a curvilinear relationship between social ties and family firm innovation, with the firm's market orientation and transgenerational intent as moderators. Representatives from a sampl... Read More about How family firms can avoid the trap of strong social ties and still achieve innovation: critical roles of market orientation and transgenerational intent..

Ireland: Bewley's coffee. (2023)
Book Chapter
NG, P.Y. 2023. Ireland: Bewley's coffee. In Birdthistle, N. and Hales, R. (eds.) Attaining the 2030 sustainable development goal of responsible consumption and production. Bingley: Emerald [online], chapter 6, pages 67-76. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80455-840-920231006

Promoting sustainable patterns of consumption and production is one crucial effort to ensure the resources of the Earth are managed efficiently for future development. The continuous growth in the world's population and a surge in consumerism as coun... Read More about Ireland: Bewley's coffee..

When performance demands enable change: how employees can overcome emotional dissonance and organizational underappreciation. (2023)
Journal Article
DE CLERCQ, D., DAYAN, M. and NG, P.Y. [2023]. When performance demands enable change: how employees can overcome emotional dissonance and organizational underappreciation. European management journal [online], In Press. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emj.2023.02.004

This study investigates the unexplored relationship between employees' experience of emotional dissonance and their engagement in change-oriented citizenship behavior, with a particular focus on the mediating role of organizational underappreciation... Read More about When performance demands enable change: how employees can overcome emotional dissonance and organizational underappreciation..

The role of strong ties in empowering women entrepreneurs in collectivist contexts. (2023)
Journal Article
BASTIAN, B.L., WOOD, B.P. and NG, P.Y. 2023. The role of strong ties in empowering women entrepreneurs in collectivist contexts. International journal of gender and entrepreneurship [online], 15(1), pages 122-146. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJGE-10-2021-0171

This study examines what social ties within collectivist settings mean for women's venturing and how these ties support women in gaining empowerment through their ventures. Thirteen in-depth semi-structured interviews with women entrepreneurs located... Read More about The role of strong ties in empowering women entrepreneurs in collectivist contexts..

Managers' perspectives on restaurant food waste separation intention: the roles of institutional pressures and internal forces. (2022)
Journal Article
NG, P.Y. and SIA, J.K.-M. 2023. Managers' perspectives on restaurant food waste separation intention: the roles of institutional pressures and internal forces. International journal of hospitality management [online], 108, article 103362. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhm.2022.103362

The hospitality industry, particularly restaurants, generates a large amount of food waste daily. This study draws upon institutional theory using the lens of isomorphic pressures and two internal factors, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and re... Read More about Managers' perspectives on restaurant food waste separation intention: the roles of institutional pressures and internal forces..

Refugee women business mentors: new evidence for women’s empowerment. (2022)
Journal Article
STREET, C.P., NG, P.Y. and AL-DAJANI, H. 2022. Refugee women business mentors: new evidence for women's empowerment. Sustainability [online], 14(15), article 9154. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/su14159154

With over 27.1 million refugees displaced globally across national borders as a result of protracted crises, conflict, and danger, resettlement in host nations remains challenging. One approach for empowering refugee women in their host nations is to... Read More about Refugee women business mentors: new evidence for women’s empowerment..

Reformulating the empowerment process through women entrepreneurship in a collective context. (2022)
Journal Article
NG, P.Y., WOOD, B.P. and BASTIAN, B.L. 2022. Reformulating the empowerment process through women entrepreneurship in a collective context. International journal of entrepreneurial behavior and research [online], 28(9), pages 154-176. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJEBR-06-2021-0479

The purpose of this study is to develop an empirically informed framework to analyze women empowerment and entrepreneurship, contextualized within a collective society. The authors conducted 15 in-depth semi-structured interviews with women entrepren... Read More about Reformulating the empowerment process through women entrepreneurship in a collective context..

Women's empowerment as an outcome of NGO projects: is the current approach sustainable? (2022)
Journal Article
AL HAKIM, G., BASTIAN, B.L., NG, P.Y. and WOOD, B.P. 2022. Women's empowerment as an outcome of NGO projects: is the current approach sustainable? Administrative sciences [online], 12(2), article 62. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/admsci12020062

The area of women's empowerment has attracted increasing attention among a wide range of interest groups, from authors to researchers to feminist scholars and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). This paper aims to identify the diverse understandin... Read More about Women's empowerment as an outcome of NGO projects: is the current approach sustainable?.

Effects of constructive politics and market turbulence on entrepreneurial orientation–performance relationship: a moderated mediation model. [Dataset] (2022)
Dataset
DAYAN, M., NG, P.Y., HUSAIN, Z. and ZACCA, R. 2023. Effects of constructive politics and market turbulence on entrepreneurial orientation–performance relationship: a moderated mediation model. [Dataset]. European management journal [online], 41(3), pages 385-394. Available from: https://tinyurl.com/yc69ysr9

This is the supplementary data for the journal article: DAYAN, M., NG, P.Y., HUSAIN, Z. and ZACCA, R. [2022]. Effects of constructive politics and market turbulence on entrepreneurial orientation–performance relationship: a moderated mediation model.... Read More about Effects of constructive politics and market turbulence on entrepreneurial orientation–performance relationship: a moderated mediation model. [Dataset].

Effects of constructive politics and market turbulence on entrepreneurial orientation–performance relationship: a moderated mediation model. (2022)
Journal Article
DAYAN, M., NG, P.Y., HUSAIN, Z. and ZACCA, R. 2023. Effects of constructive politics and market turbulence on entrepreneurial orientation–performance relationship: a moderated mediation model. European management journal [online], 41(3), pages 385-394. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emj.2022.03.001

The study examines the interaction effects of constructive politics and market turbulence on the entrepreneurial orientation–performance relationship. The proposed structural model tests the mediating role of constructive politics between the entrepr... Read More about Effects of constructive politics and market turbulence on entrepreneurial orientation–performance relationship: a moderated mediation model..

Influence of socioemotional wealth on non-family managers' risk taking and product innovation in family businesses. (2021)
Journal Article
NG, P.Y., DAYAN, M. and MAKRI, M. 2022. Influence of socioemotional wealth of non-family managers' risk taking and product innovation in family business. Cross cultural and strategic management [online], 29(2), pages 297-319. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/CCSM-03-2021-0058

There is a growing interest in understanding family firms' strategic behavior using the socioemotional wealth (SEW) perspective. This study explores how family SEW dimensions influence non-family managers' attitudes toward risk in the context of prod... Read More about Influence of socioemotional wealth on non-family managers' risk taking and product innovation in family businesses..

Socioemotional wealth and the innovativeness of family SMEs in the United Arab Emirates. (2021)
Journal Article
NG, P.Y. and HAMILTON, R.T. [2021]. Socioemotional wealth and the innovativeness of family SMEs in the United Arab Emirates. Journal of small business and entrepreneurship [online], Latest articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/08276331.2021.1926779

Why are some family SMEs more innovative than others? We use the heterogeneity within family SMEs to explore how their socioemotional wealth (SEW) affects innovativeness. The ubiquity of smaller family firms means that their innovativeness is critica... Read More about Socioemotional wealth and the innovativeness of family SMEs in the United Arab Emirates..

Explaining the entrepreneurial intentions of employees: the roles of societal norms, work-related creativity and personal resources. (2021)
Journal Article
NG, P.Y. and DE CLERCQ, D. 2021. Explaining the entrepreneurial intentions of employees: the roles of societal norms, work-related creativity and personal resources. International small business journal [online], 39(8), pages 732-754. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/0266242621996614

This article addresses the important question of why those in paid employment might be hesitant to start their own businesses. In particular, we predict how diminished work-related creativity of employees might mediate the relationship between their... Read More about Explaining the entrepreneurial intentions of employees: the roles of societal norms, work-related creativity and personal resources..

Factors influencing patient loyalty to outpatient medical services: an empirical analysis of the UAE's government healthcare system. (2021)
Journal Article
DAYAN, M., AL KUWAITI, I.A., HUSAIN, Z., NG, P.Y. and DAYAN, A. 2022. Factors influencing patient loyalty to outpatient medical services: an empirical analysis of the UAE's government healthcare system. International journal of quality and reliability [online], 39(1), pages 176-203. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJQRM-11-2020-0373

The aim of this research is to uncover issues that inhibit patients' satisfaction and loyalty and identify factors that could enhance customer retention by government hospitals in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The mediating impact of outpatient sat... Read More about Factors influencing patient loyalty to outpatient medical services: an empirical analysis of the UAE's government healthcare system..

Hegemonic conceptualizations of empowerment in entrepreneurship and their suitability for collective contexts. (2021)
Journal Article
WOOD, B.P., NG, P.Y. and BASTIAN, B.L. 2021. Hegemonic conceptualizations of empowerment in entrepreneurship and their suitability for collective contexts. Administrative sciences [online], 11(1), article 28. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/admsci11010028

The relationship between empowerment and entrepreneurship in collective societies is, in our view, insufficiently examined. Accepted definitions of empowerment and the assumptions underlying programs and research designs based on them result in outco... Read More about Hegemonic conceptualizations of empowerment in entrepreneurship and their suitability for collective contexts..

Integrative model of behavioural intention: the influence of environmental concern and condition factors on food waste separation. (2020)
Journal Article
NG, P.Y., HO., P.-L. and SIA, J.K.-M. 2021. Integrative model of behavioural intention: the influence of environmental concern and condition factors on food waste separation. Management of environmental quality [online], 32(2), pages 631-645. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/MEQ-06-2020-0128

This paper positions environmental concern as the antecedent of attitude, subjective norm and perceived behavioural control. It also sets to expand the theory of planned behaviour by including two condition factors: favourable situation and facility... Read More about Integrative model of behavioural intention: the influence of environmental concern and condition factors on food waste separation..