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Overcoming the self-image incongruency of non-cyclists (2012)
Journal Article
Leonard, S., Spotswood, F., & Tapp, A. (2012). Overcoming the self-image incongruency of non-cyclists. Journal of Social Marketing, 2(1), 23-36. https://doi.org/10.1108/20426761211203238

Purpose: The image of cyclists has been increasingly recognised as an important factor in social marketing programmes aimed at increasing cycling. The purpose of this paper is to present findings from a multi-stage research project exploring image in... Read More about Overcoming the self-image incongruency of non-cyclists.

Mobilising differential visions for new product innovation (2012)
Journal Article
Sarpong, D., & MacLean, M. (2012). Mobilising differential visions for new product innovation. Technovation, 32(12), 694-702. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.technovation.2012.07.003

In contexts of complexity and high uncertainty, turning the differing visions of stakeholders into a shared attainable vision is crucial to the creation, validation and acceptance of a realized innovation. This paper seeks to explore the contingency... Read More about Mobilising differential visions for new product innovation.

Social Marketing (2012)
Book
Eagle, L., Dahl, S., Hill, S., Bird, S., Spotswood, F., & Tapp, A. (2012). Social Marketing. Pearson Education

Social marketing is receiving unprecedented focus and support from government, the private sector and charities internationally. Social marketing attempts to educate people in the hope that they will make ‘informed’(i.e. healthy) choices regarding di... Read More about Social Marketing.

Environmental governance in Europe and Asia: A comparative study of institutional and legislative framework (2012)
Book
Razzaque, J. (2012). Environmental governance in Europe and Asia: A comparative study of institutional and legislative framework. Routledge

This book looks at environmental governance in both Asia and Europe and offers a comparative analysis of the two regions in order to provide a better understanding of the concept of ‘environmental governance’ and its status in Europe and Asia. The bo... Read More about Environmental governance in Europe and Asia: A comparative study of institutional and legislative framework.

Belief and Organization (2012)
Book
Case, P., Hopfl, H., & Letiche, H. (2012). Belief and Organization. Palgrave Macmillan

Some reasonable but uncomfortable questions about social marketing (2012)
Journal Article
Spotswood, F., French, J., Tapp, A., & Stead, M. (2012). Some reasonable but uncomfortable questions about social marketing. Journal of Social Marketing, 2(3), 163-175. https://doi.org/10.1108/20426761211265168

The purpose of this paper is to explore the scope of social marketing by re-examining some of its core concepts: the balance between the “wants” of individuals with the “needs” of society; the nature of exchange; the inclusion of techniques not expli... Read More about Some reasonable but uncomfortable questions about social marketing.

Confined site construction: An empirical analysis of factors impacting health and safety management (2012)
Journal Article
Oyedele, L. O., Spillane, J. P., Oyedele, L., & von Meding, J. (2012). Confined site construction: An empirical analysis of factors impacting health and safety management. Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, 10(3), 397-420. https://doi.org/10.1108/17260531211274747

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to identify, clarify and tabulate the various managerial issues encountered, to aid in the management of the complex health and safety concerns which occur within a confined construction site environment. Design/... Read More about Confined site construction: An empirical analysis of factors impacting health and safety management.

Confucian HRM or unitarism with Chinese characteristics? A study of worker attitudes to work reform and management in three state-owned enterprises (2012)
Journal Article
Danford, A., Danford, A., & Zhao, W. (2012). Confucian HRM or unitarism with Chinese characteristics? A study of worker attitudes to work reform and management in three state-owned enterprises. Work, Employment and Society, 26(5), 839-856. https://doi.org/10.1177/0950017012451635

This article addresses the changing nature of factory regimes in China. It analyses worker attitudes to management control and workplace change in three state-owned automotive enterprises. In the context of the diffusion of new management methods tha... Read More about Confucian HRM or unitarism with Chinese characteristics? A study of worker attitudes to work reform and management in three state-owned enterprises.

Can you ever regulate the virtual world against virtual economic crime (2012)
Journal Article
Chambers-Jones, C. (2012). Can you ever regulate the virtual world against virtual economic crime

The question of whether you can ever regulate the virtual world against economic crime is one which cannot be answered easily in practice or in theory. This paper examines this question as part of a much larger study into virtual economic crime. Econ... Read More about Can you ever regulate the virtual world against virtual economic crime.

Natural resources and the green economy: Redefining the challenges for people, states and corporations (2012)
Book
Razzaque, J., & Blanco, E. (2012). J. Razzaque, & E. Blanco (Eds.), Natural resources and the green economy: Redefining the challenges for people, states and corporations. Brill

Considering that natural resources or green capital are the drivers of globalisation, this book focuses on the link between investment, trade and natural resource management in the context of the growing economic inequalities between states. It argue... Read More about Natural resources and the green economy: Redefining the challenges for people, states and corporations.

Public service restructuring in the UK: The case of the English National Health Service (2012)
Journal Article
Tailby, S. (2012). Public service restructuring in the UK: The case of the English National Health Service. Industrial Relations Journal, 43(5), 448-464. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-2338.2012.00695.x

This article overviews welfare state retrenchment in the UK under the Conservative-led coalition government that formed in May 2010 and has centred its response to economic crisis on rapid public deficit reduction through public expenditure austerity... Read More about Public service restructuring in the UK: The case of the English National Health Service.

Shifting models of equality? Union equality reps in the public services (2012)
Journal Article
Moore, S., & Wright, T. (2012). Shifting models of equality? Union equality reps in the public services. Industrial Relations Journal, 43(5), 433-447. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-2338.2012.00674.x

This article explores how far the emergence of public sector Equality Representatives represents a departure from a distinct radical model of union self-organisation generated by the collective mobilisation of politically conscious identities, toward... Read More about Shifting models of equality? Union equality reps in the public services.

Transaction Cost Economics and Open Innovation: Implications for Theory and Practice (2012)
Journal Article
Remneland-Wikhamn, B., & Knights, D. (2012). Transaction Cost Economics and Open Innovation: Implications for Theory and Practice. Creativity and Innovation Management, 21(3), 277-289. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-8691.2012.00639.x

Transaction cost economics (TCE) has had a strong impact on theories of economic exchange but also on open innovation, even though the relationship is often implicit rather than explicit. In this paper, we highlight what we consider to be the problem... Read More about Transaction Cost Economics and Open Innovation: Implications for Theory and Practice.

The Re-Emerging Role of the State in Contemporary Russia (2012)
Journal Article
Vanteeva, N. (2012). The Re-Emerging Role of the State in Contemporary Russia. Transition Studies Review, 19(1), 23-34. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11300-012-0227-5

I examine ownership structure of Russian firms during the 1998-2006 period, where a greater emphasis is placed on motivations behind increased government ownership in the latter years, when oligarchs' opportunistic influence on the firm diminished as... Read More about The Re-Emerging Role of the State in Contemporary Russia.


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