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DRM and modchips: Time for the Court of Justice to do the "right" thing (2014)
Journal Article
Gillen, M. C. (2014). DRM and modchips: Time for the Court of Justice to do the "right" thing. SCRIPTed: A Journal of Law, Technology and Society, 11(3), 229-244. https://doi.org/10.2966/scrip.110314.229

This paper looks at three key cases; UsedSoft (C-458/13), PC Box (C-355/12) and Grund (C-458/13), on the topic of the extent and nature of a copyright holders abilityto constrain future uses of their copyrighted works in the field of software and cri... Read More about DRM and modchips: Time for the Court of Justice to do the "right" thing.

Temporary employment, job satisfaction and subjective well-being (2014)
Journal Article
Dawson, C., Veliziotis, M., & Hopkins, B. (2017). Temporary employment, job satisfaction and subjective well-being. Economic and Industrial Democracy, 38(1), 69-98. https://doi.org/10.1177/0143831X14559781

© 2014, © The Author(s) 2014. This article is concerned with whether employees on temporary contracts in Britain report lower well-being than those on permanent contracts, and whether this relationship is mediated by differences in dimensions of job... Read More about Temporary employment, job satisfaction and subjective well-being.

The child death review process: Intervention and the welfare/surveillance dichotomy (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Devine, L. (2014, December). The child death review process: Intervention and the welfare/surveillance dichotomy. Paper presented at Sudden Unexpected Deaths in Infancy (SUDI) Conference

This paper discusses whether evidential and procedural issues identified in relation to public family law assessment can be used to further understanding of the Child Death Review Process, an under-researched but important process of statutory family... Read More about The child death review process: Intervention and the welfare/surveillance dichotomy.

Environmental law-making public opinion in Victorian Britain: The cross-currents of Bentham's and Coleridge's ideas (2014)
Journal Article
Pontin, B. (2014). Environmental law-making public opinion in Victorian Britain: The cross-currents of Bentham's and Coleridge's ideas. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 34(4), 759-790. https://doi.org/10.1093/ojls/gqu015

It is increasingly clear that law and its enforcement in Victorian Britain were quite effective in tackling formative industrial problems concerning pollution and broader threats to nature. What is unclear is the political philosophy, if any, underly... Read More about Environmental law-making public opinion in Victorian Britain: The cross-currents of Bentham's and Coleridge's ideas.

How to be a good listener (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Muir, K. (2014, December). How to be a good listener. Presented at Invited Webinar for Masters of Applied Positive Psychology Alumni

Knowledge management in China’s organisations (2014)
Book Chapter
Mitra, A., & Ruan, X. (2014). Knowledge management in China’s organisations. In A. Örtenblad (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Knowledge Management: Adaptation and Context, 294-317. Edward Elgar

Toward a View of Complementarity: Trust and Policy Influence Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Political Activity (2014)
Journal Article
O’Regan, N., Liedong, T. A., Ghobadian, A., Rajwani, T., & O'Regan, N. (2015). Toward a View of Complementarity: Trust and Policy Influence Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Political Activity. Group and Organization Management, 40(3), 405-427. https://doi.org/10.1177/1059601114560064

© The Author(s) 2014. The extant literature argues that nonmarket strategies can establish, sustain, or enhance a firm’s competitive advantage. Less clear is how and why effective nonmarket strategies influence a firm’s competitiveness. Moreover, the... Read More about Toward a View of Complementarity: Trust and Policy Influence Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Political Activity.

The impact of withdrawing a structured initiative aimed at engaging departments in sustainable activities, at a UK university (2014)
Book Chapter
Lampkin, S. R. (2014). The impact of withdrawing a structured initiative aimed at engaging departments in sustainable activities, at a UK university. In L. Brandli, O. Kuznetsova, A. Paço, & W. Leal Filho (Eds.), Integrative Approaches to Sustainable Development at University Level: Making the Links, 321-330. Springer Verlag. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-10690-8_22

This paper investigates the impact on departmental engagement in sustainable activities following the withdrawal of a structured campus-wide initiative at a UK university, 20 months after it had been introduced. The research questions included: What... Read More about The impact of withdrawing a structured initiative aimed at engaging departments in sustainable activities, at a UK university.

In-depth study of decoupling point as a reference model: An application for health service supply chain (2014)
Journal Article
Guven-Uslu, P., Chan, H. K., Ijaz, S., Bak, O., Whitlow, B., & Kumar, V. (2014). In-depth study of decoupling point as a reference model: An application for health service supply chain. Production Planning and Control, 25(13-14), 1107-1117. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2013.808841

© 2013 © 2013 Taylor & Francis. This paper reports the findings from a case study research about in-depth analysis of decoupling point as a reference model to address a particular management dilemma. Managers from a health service organisation cont... Read More about In-depth study of decoupling point as a reference model: An application for health service supply chain.

The Scots have rejected independence and the union is preserved. Or is it? The consequences of the Scottish referendum for the UK and beyond (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Dadomo, C. (2014, October). The Scots have rejected independence and the union is preserved. Or is it? The consequences of the Scottish referendum for the UK and beyond. Paper presented at SOCIN – ‘Social Innovations: Theoretical and Practical Insights’

This article analyses the constitutional consequences of the Scottish independence referendum of September 2014 not only on Scottish devolution but also on the UK constitution

Mark my words: Discursive central banking in crisis (2014)
Book Chapter
Gabor, D., & Jessop, B. (2014). Mark my words: Discursive central banking in crisis. In C. Scherrer, B. Jessop, & B. Young (Eds.), Financial cultures and crisis dynamics, 294-315. Routledge

User responses to information systems change: The place of negative capability (2014)
Thesis
Decou, J. A. User responses to information systems change: The place of negative capability. (Thesis). University of the West of England

This study explores the place of the notion of negative capability in user responses to information systems change. Much has been written about information systems change, significantly less about negative capability, and there has been no research,... Read More about User responses to information systems change: The place of negative capability.

Using social practice theory to frame the contribution of social marketing in the multidisciplinary future of ‘behaviour change’ (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Spotswood, F. (2014, September). Using social practice theory to frame the contribution of social marketing in the multidisciplinary future of ‘behaviour change’. Presented at Broadening the scope

Background The 2011 House of Lords Behaviour Change report concluded that ‘behaviour change’ must become multi-disciplinary, criticising the government’s myopic commitment to ‘nudge’. It emphasised that any single-approach strategy will fail to tac... Read More about Using social practice theory to frame the contribution of social marketing in the multidisciplinary future of ‘behaviour change’.

Institutional trust and the financial adviser (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Poole, A. (2014, September). Institutional trust and the financial adviser. Paper presented at British Academy of Management Conference 2014 Belfast

This explorative qualitative study examines and identifies the components and structure of ‘institution based’ or ‘system’ trust in the context of the relationship between a UK consumer and their financial adviser against the background of the 2008 f... Read More about Institutional trust and the financial adviser.


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