Recent Submissions

  • Understanding the Leaders of Tomorrow: The Need to Study Leadership in Adolescence 

    Tackett, JL; Reardon, KW; Fast, NJ; et al. (SAGE Publications / Association for Psychological Science, 2022)
    Leadership traits and behaviors are observed early in human development, and although an improved understanding of youth leadership would usefully inform many real-world contexts (e.g., education, parenting, policy), most ...
  • Understanding frameworking for smart and sustainable city development: A configurational approach 

    White, L; Burger, K (SAGE Publications, 29 April 2022)
    In recent decades, frameworks combining rankings and indices for smart and sustainable city development have proliferated. Stakeholders respond to them in various ways for strategizing towards urban sustainability. We refer ...
  • Towards ‘employability 3.0’: From practice to praxis 

    Manolchev, C; Cherrington, R; Alexander, A (Association for Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE), 2022)
    In addition to higher learning, universities are expected to also ‘do’ employability and help students transition from education to employment. Accordingly, a wide range of approaches have emerged and we, as academics, ...
  • Re-examining age-related loyalty for low-involvement purchasing 

    Mecredy, PJ; Wright, MJ; Feetham, PM; et al. (Emerald, 8 July 2022)
    Purpose – Research into age-related loyalty stalled after the emergence of contradictory empirical findings and criticism of chronological age as a naïve measure. These issues are addressed with results that may encourage ...
  • How sharing of supporters reveals competition amongst non-profit brands 

    Faulkner, M; Romaniuk, J; Stern, P (Routledge / Academy of Marketing, 2022)
    The traditional method of identifying non-profit competitors places those with similar objectives as forming the competitive set (looking inside out). This research provides a different perspective by looking at supporter ...

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