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  • Board governance and corporate performance 

    Shaukat, A; Trojanowski, G (Wiley, 2017)
    We examine the link between the monitoring capacity of the board and corporate performance of UK listed firms. We also investigate how firms use the flexibility offered by the voluntary governance regime to make governance ...
  • Taxation and Nudging 

    James, SR (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017-06-01)
    This chapter examines the contributions behavioural economics in general and ‘nudging’ in particular can make to improving compliance with tax systems. Two broad approaches to promoting tax compliance are identified, one ...
  • Exploring the mechanisms through which strong ties impact upon the development of ideas in SME contexts 

    Perkins, GM (Wiley for International Council for Small Business, 2017)
    Present theories highlight the varied roles played by weak and strong ties in idea generation, and development respectively, but the mechanisms through which ties operate to influence the creative process remain uncertain. ...
  • Changing organisational reputation in management consulting 

    Harvey, WS; Morris, T (Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium (IPLS), 2017)
    Despite a growth of work on building, managing and rehabilitating organizational reputation, we know relatively little about how organizations can effectively change their reputations. Through studying the case of a ...
  • Changing organizational reputation in management consulting 

    Harvey, WS; Morris, T (Academy of Management, 2017)
    Despite a growth of work on building, managing and rehabilitating organizational reputation, we know relatively little about how organizations can effectively change their reputations. Through studying the case of a ...
  • Transnational governance regimes in the global South: multinationals, states and NGOs as political actors 

    Morgan, G; Gomes, MVP; Perez-Aleman, P (Fundacao Getulio Varagas (FGV), 2016-08)
    Introduction Brazil recently experienced one of the world's worst environmental disasters when the Samarco mining company's Fundão tailings dam burst. This tragic disaster, which occurred on 5 November, 2015, killed 17 ...
  • The Power of the Stakeholders' Voice: The Effects of Social Media Activism on Stock Markets 

    Gomez-Carrasco, P; Michelon, G (Wiley for ERP Environment, 2017-07-03)
    Building on social movement theory, this study assesses the influence of social media activism on the stock market performance of targeted firms. We focus on information published on Twitter by two critical stakeholders: ...
  • Converging and Diverging Governance Mechanisms: The Role of (Dys)Function in Long-term Inter-organizational Relationships 

    Howard, MB; Roehrich, J; Lewis, M; Squire, B (Wiley, 2017)
    This paper explores the dynamic interplay of formal/informal governance mechanisms, in terms of functional and dysfunctional consequences for both sides of the dyad, in long-term inter-organizational relationships. Using ...
  • Admiration: A Conceptual Review 

    Onu, D; Kessler, T; Smith, JR (SAGE Publications, 2016-01-21)
    Admiration is thought to have essential functions for social interaction: it inspires us to learn from excellent models, to become better people, and to praise others and create social bonds. In intergroup relations, ...
  • Investigating the use of real-time data in nudging patients' Emergency Department (ED) attendance behaviour 

    Mustafee, N; Powell, JH; Martin, S; Fordyce, A; Harper, A (Society for Modeling and Simulation International, 2017-04)
    Decision-making in healthcare is a complex process involving multiple stakeholders. One such stakeholder category is the intended users of the system itself – the patients. We present a study in which users use real-time ...
  • Emotional labor and professional practice in sports medicine and science 

    Hings, B; Wagstaff, CRD; Thelwell, R; Anderson, V; Gilmore, S (Wiley, 2017-06-30)
    The aim of the present study was to explore how sport medicine and science practitioners manage their emotions through emotional labor when engaging in professional practice in elite sport. To address the research aim a ...
  • Optimal monetary policy with endogenous export participation 

    Cooke, DK (Elsevier for Society for Economic Dynamics, 2015-03-12)
    This paper studies optimal monetary policy in an open economy with firm heterogeneity and monopolistic competition. I consider a two-country dynamic general equilibrium model where firms make decisions to enter and exit ...
  • Discrimination in a deprived neighbourhood: an artefactual field experiment 

    Grosskopf, B; Pearce, G (Elsevier, 2017-06-21)
    We present a field experiment designed to examine the discriminatory motives of an understudied demographic: the poorest people in England. Subjects are first asked to divide £10 between two strangers, and then play a ...
  • Strategic substitutes, complements and ambiguity: an experimental study 

    le Roux, S; Kelsey, D (2015)
    We report the results from a set of experiments conducted to test the e§ect of ambiguity on individual behaviour in games of strategic complements and strategic substitutes. We test whether subjectsíperception of ambiguity ...
  • Investigating when and why psychological entitlement predicts unethical pro-organizational behavior 

    Lee, A; Schwarz, G; Newman, A; Legood, A (Springer Verlag (Germany), 2017-02-20)
    In this research, we examine the relationship between employee psychological entitlement (PE) and employee willingness to engage in unethical pro-organizational behavior (UPB). We hypothesize that a high level of PE—the ...
  • Sports psychology in the English Premier League: ‘It feels precarious and is precarious’ 

    Gilmore, SE; Wagstaff, C; Jones, M (SAGE Publications, 2017)
    This article gives a rare account of the working life of a sports psychologist in the English Premier League (EPL), the elite division in English professional football. It shows how members of emerging professions such ...
  • Precarious Selves: Women’s leadership identity emergence 

    Sealy, R; Hawkins, B; Searle, R (British Academy of Management, 2017-09)
    Despite myriads of initiatives and policy interventions, the numbers of women emerging into organizational leadership positions remains steadfastly low. Leader emergence is a complex process, underspecified in identity ...
  • Constructing Women Leaders’ Identity 

    Sealy, R (2nd Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium, 2017)
    Leader emergence is a complex adaptive process (DeRue, 2011). To become a leader, a leadership identity needs to be both internalised and recognised by others. According to DeRue and Ashford (2010), this involves a set of ...
  • Opt-in or opt-out: exploring how women construe their ambition at early career stages 

    Sealy, R; Harman, C (Emerald, 2017-07)
    Purpose: This qualitative study challenges existing models of career ambition, extending understanding of how women define and experience ambition at early career stages in a professional services organisation. Method: ...
  • Supply Chain Management and the Circular Economy: Towards the Circular Supply Chain. 

    De Angelis, R; Howard, MB; Miemczyk, J (Taylor & Francis, 2017)
    Circular modes of production, known as the circular economy, are welcomed in political and business circles to overcome the shortcomings of traditional linear operating models. Academic literature on the circular economy ...

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