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Public perception and acceptance of CCUS: preliminary findings of a qualitative case study in Greece. (2023)
Journal Article
STAVRIANAKIS, K., NIELSEN, J. and MORRISON, Z. 2023. Public perception and acceptance of CCUS: preliminary findings of a qualitative case study in Greece. Open research Europe [online], 3, article number 205, [version 1; peer review: 2 approved with reservations, 1 not approved]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.12688/openreseurope.16663.1

The development and implementation of carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technologies plays an increasingly important part in European Union (EU) and global decarbonisation policies and strategies that seek to address climate change to ac... Read More about Public perception and acceptance of CCUS: preliminary findings of a qualitative case study in Greece..

Close-knit: exploring how knitting has shaped the historical and enduring relationships of the Shetland archipelago. (2023)
Journal Article
HANNIBAL, C. [2023]. Close-knit: exploring how knitting has shaped the historical and enduring relationships of the Shetland archipelago. Irish journal of anthropology [online], (accepted).

By considering the archipelago as a dynamic form, this study examines historical and contemporary examples of island to island ways of being, knowing and doing. Shetland hand knitting offers a contextual backdrop to explore the shaping of historical... Read More about Close-knit: exploring how knitting has shaped the historical and enduring relationships of the Shetland archipelago..

Capacity expansion in liberalized electricity markets with locational pricing and renewable energy investments. (2023)
Journal Article
OLIVEIRA, F.S., WILLIAM-RIOUX, B. and PIERRU, A. 2023. Capacity expansion in liberalized electricity markets with locational pricing and renewable energy investments. Energy economics [online], 127(B), article number 106958. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eneco.2023.106958

We study the long-term incentives for expanding production capacity in liberalized electricity markets. How does electricity market design affect the prices of energy, capacity and social welfare? And how is this capacity market affected by the geogr... Read More about Capacity expansion in liberalized electricity markets with locational pricing and renewable energy investments..

Improving access to service charities for female veterans. (2023)
Report
BAILEY, M., PHILLIPS, R. and MORRISON, Z. 2023. Improving access to service charities for female veterans. Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-2079145

To date, considerations of improving access to and quality of care for veterans often emphasise male perspectives. This may not reflect the needs of female veterans, nor anticipate the needs of the increasing numbers of female service personnel as th... Read More about Improving access to service charities for female veterans..

Rethinking gender parity in FDI. [Blog post] (2023)
Digital Artefact
ODUSANYA, T.O. 2023. Rethinking gender parity and FDI. [Blog post]. Posted on Commonwealth Chamber of Commerce blog [online], 2 October 2023. Available from: https://commonwealthchamber.com/rethinking-gender-parity-and-fdi/

Gender disparity is arguably one of the greatest impediments to global development. The FDI's landscape is often an overlooked avenue in gender equality discourse. Yet, it propels tapping equally into the reservoir of capabilities. Although it is som... Read More about Rethinking gender parity in FDI. [Blog post].

The emergence of social inequality: a co-evolutionary analysis. (2023)
Journal Article
OLIVEIRA, F.S. 2023. The emergence of social inequality: a co-evolutionary analysis. Journal of economic behavior and organization [online], 215, pages 192-206. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jebo.2023.06.003

Social inequality is an important issue at the core of economic thought. Based on a stylized pie-sharing game, this article proposes a co-evolutionary computational model to study the interaction between social classes, aiming to answer the following... Read More about The emergence of social inequality: a co-evolutionary analysis..

Public perception and acceptance of CCUS: preliminary findings of an instrumental qualitative case study in Greece. (2023)
Presentation / Conference
STAVRIANAKIS, K., NIELSEN, J. and MORRISON, Z. 2023. Public perception and acceptance of CCUS: preliminary findings of an instrumental qualitative case study in Greece. Presented at the 6th International joint conference of the ESA RN12, and the Energy and Society Network: energy, environment and societies in crisis, 6-8 September 2023, Trento, Italy.

This presentation presents initial findings of an EU Horizon 2020 funded study exploring public attitudes towards carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) solutions. Greece is used a case study, involving five participants in face-to-face, semi... Read More about Public perception and acceptance of CCUS: preliminary findings of an instrumental qualitative case study in Greece..

Naturalistic decision making and decision drivers in the front end of complex projects. (2023)
Journal Article
LAWANI, A., FLIN, R., OJO-ADEDOKUN, R.F. and BENTON, P. 2023. Naturalistic decision making and decision drivers in the front end of complex projects. International journal of project management [online], 41(6), article 102502. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijproman.2023.102502

Decision making plays a crucial role in the front end of projects, which is a critical stage for maximising the performance of complex projects. Although it has been suggested that project managers rely more on analytical approaches to decision makin... Read More about Naturalistic decision making and decision drivers in the front end of complex projects..

Bringing the walk with ease programme to the UK: a mixed-methods study to assess the relevance, acceptability, and feasibility of implementation for people with arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions. (2023)
Journal Article
MARTIN, K.R., STELFOX, K., MACFARLANE, G.J., MCNAMEE, P., MORRISON, Z. and SMITH, T.O. on behalf of the Walk With Ease Research Study Team. 2023. Bringing the walk with ease programme to the UK: a mixed-methods study to assess the relevance, acceptability, and feasibility of implementation for people with arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions. Translational behavioral medicine [online], 13(11), pages 851-866. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1093/tbm/ibad032

Developed in the United States (US), Walk With Ease (WWE) is a popular evidence-based, 6-week community walking programme for adults with arthritis, delivered in either an instructor-led or self-directed format. While WWE has expanded into communitie... Read More about Bringing the walk with ease programme to the UK: a mixed-methods study to assess the relevance, acceptability, and feasibility of implementation for people with arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions..

Effects of millennials willingness to pay on buying behaviour at ethical and socially responsible restaurants: serial mediation analysis. (2023)
Journal Article
OKE, A., MCKENZIE, K., OSOBAJO, O. and LAWANI, A. 2023. Effects of millennials willingness to pay on buying behaviour at ethical and socially responsible restaurants: serial mediation analysis. International journal of hospitality management [online], 113, article 103507. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhm.2023.103507

This study empirically examines millennials' buying behaviour at restaurants undertaking Corporate Social Responsibility activities by testing the effects of willingness to pay on buying behaviour. Using Hayes' serial mediation PROCESS model, the stu... Read More about Effects of millennials willingness to pay on buying behaviour at ethical and socially responsible restaurants: serial mediation analysis..

The role of culture in stakeholder engagement: its implication for open innovation. (2023)
Journal Article
OSOBAJO, O.A., OKE, A., AJIMMY, M., OTITOJU, A. and ADEYANJU, G.C. 2023. The role of culture in stakeholder engagement: its implication for open innovation. Journal of open innovation: technology, market and complexity [online], 9(2), article 100058. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joitmc.2023.100058

Appropriate and effective stakeholder engagement remains a critical success factor for successful project and project management, especially in multicultural settings such as in the case of international subsidiaries of multinational organisations. U... Read More about The role of culture in stakeholder engagement: its implication for open innovation..

Advocacy coalitions and paths to policy change for promoting energy efficiency in European industry. (2023)
Journal Article
VON MALMBORG, F. and STRACHAN, P.A. 2023. Advocacy coalitions and paths to policy change for promoting energy efficiency in European industry. Energies [online], 16(9), article 3785. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/en16093785

This paper applied the advocacy coalition framework to explore and explain the political processes creating policies to enhance energy efficiency of European Union (EU) industry. The paper used legislation on energy audits and energy management syste... Read More about Advocacy coalitions and paths to policy change for promoting energy efficiency in European industry..

Mapping the trends of sustainable supply chain management research: a bibliometric analysis of peer-reviewed articles. (2023)
Journal Article
AMOFA, B., OKE, A. and MORRISON, Z. 2023. Mapping the trends of sustainable supply chain management research: a bibliometric analysis of peer-reviewed articles. Frontiers in sustainability [online], 4, article 1129046. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3389/frsus.2023.1129046

This bibliometric analysis explores the scope and knowledge base of scholarly efforts on sustainable supply chain management (SSCM) and how it has evolved in different economies and businesses to advance circular economy (CE) discourses in theory and... Read More about Mapping the trends of sustainable supply chain management research: a bibliometric analysis of peer-reviewed articles..

Beliefs and attitudes of university faculty members on climate change in the U.S. (2023)
Journal Article
STAVRIANAKIS, K. and FARMER, J. 2023. Beliefs and attitudes of university faculty members on climate change in the U.S. International journal of environmental studies [online], 80(4), pages 1126-1142. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/00207233.2023.2170653

This qualitative study explored the beliefs and attitudes of university faculty members towards climate change from Midwestern and Northeastern universities in the U.S. Findings from this study suggest that participants' experiences were mostly assoc... Read More about Beliefs and attitudes of university faculty members on climate change in the U.S..

Missing attention to power dynamics in collaborative multi-actor business models for sustainability. (2023)
Journal Article
SKRITSOVALI, K., RANDLES, S. and HANNIBAL, C. 2023. Missing attention to power dynamics in collaborative multi-actor business models for sustainability. Sustainability [online], 15(3), article number 2022. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/su15032022

Advances within the Sustainability Business Models (SBMs) literature from the perspective of boundary-spanning business models have received limited attention. Further, discourse within the SBMs literature exploring collaborative practices adopts the... Read More about Missing attention to power dynamics in collaborative multi-actor business models for sustainability..

Dynamic pricing of regulated field services using reinforcement learning. (2023)
Journal Article
MANDANIA, R. and OLIVEIRA, F.S. 2023. Dynamic pricing of regulated field services using reinforcement learning. IISE transactions [online], 55(10), pages 1022-1034. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/24725854.2022.2151672

Resource flexibility and dynamic pricing are effective strategies in mitigating uncertainties in production systems; however, they have yet to be explored in relation to the improvement of field operations services. We investigate the value of dynami... Read More about Dynamic pricing of regulated field services using reinforcement learning..

Ex-regulars in the British Army Reserve: just here for the money? (2022)
Book Chapter
CONNELLY, V., MORRISON, Z., BIRCHENOUGH, J., CUNNINGHAM-BURLEY, S. and LORETTO, W. 2022. Ex-regulars in the British Army Reserve: just here for the money? In Ben-Ari, E. and Connelly, V. (eds.) Contemporary military reserves: between the civilian and military worlds. Abingdon: Routledge [online], chapter 5, pages 83-105. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003306399-7

The UK part-time Army Reserve has seen a large influx of personnel who previously served full-time in the regular army (ex-regulars). This is contrary to the previous tradition where most army reservists had no previous full-time armed forces experie... Read More about Ex-regulars in the British Army Reserve: just here for the money?.

Investigating the strategic planning process and governance to promote grid-based renewable energy development in Nigeria. (2022)
Journal Article
ADEDOKUN, R., STRACHAN, P. and SINGH, A. 2023. Investigating the strategic planning process and governance to promote grid-based renewable energy development in Nigeria. Science talks [online], 5, article 100116. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sctalk.2022.100116

This study investigates the renewable energy planning process and governance for implementing grid-based renewable energy in Nigeria. The presentation assesses the barriers, enablers, and drivers for the energy transition. Despite the creation of pol... Read More about Investigating the strategic planning process and governance to promote grid-based renewable energy development in Nigeria..

Energy system transition pathways to meet the global electricity demand for ambitious climate targets and cost competitiveness. [Dataset] (2022)
Dataset
AGHAHOSSEINI, A., SOLOMON, A.A., BREYER, C., PREGGER, T., SIMON, S., STRACHAN, P. and JÄGER-WALDAU, A. 2023. Energy system transition pathways to meet the global electricity demand for ambitious climate targets and cost competitiveness. [Dataset]. Applied energy [online], 331, article ID 120401. Available from: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306261922016580#s0095

This research aims to explore and analyse various energy transition pathways through a uniform modelling environment. This is a research gap that has not yet been investigated, although it significantly enhances comparability and offers new insights... Read More about Energy system transition pathways to meet the global electricity demand for ambitious climate targets and cost competitiveness. [Dataset].

Energy system transition pathways to meet the global electricity demand for ambitious climate targets and cost competitiveness. (2022)
Journal Article
AGHAHOSSEINI, A., SOLOMON, A.A., BREYER, C., PREGGER, T., SIMON, S., STRACHAN, P. and JÄGER-WALDAU, A. 2023. Energy system transition pathways to meet the global electricity demand for ambitious climate targets and cost competitiveness. Applied energy [online], 331, article ID 120401. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2022.120401

This study presents a novel energy system modelling approach for the analysis and comparison of global energy transition pathways for the decarbonisation of the electricity sector. The results of the International Energy Agency (IEA), and the Teske/D... Read More about Energy system transition pathways to meet the global electricity demand for ambitious climate targets and cost competitiveness..