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Simplicity beyond complexity: A pluralist approach to the practice and teaching of strategy (2021)
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Webb, D. Simplicity beyond complexity: A pluralist approach to the practice and teaching of strategy

This article argues that strategy practice and teaching are hindered by the prevailing monist paradigm that forms the structure of many strategy courses and text books. The power to generate valuable insight is diminished by selected elements from di... Read More about Simplicity beyond complexity: A pluralist approach to the practice and teaching of strategy.

The COVID-19 External Studio: Can this blended learning model be the future of an agile architectural-studio? (2021)
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Marco, E., Burch, J., Bourne, A., Moriarty, A., Lavaf-Pour, Y., & Drozynski, C. The COVID-19 External Studio: Can this blended learning model be the future of an agile architectural-studio?

The learning-by-doing studio environment has been redefined and transformed during COVID-19 and is now primarily delivered online. What before could have been considered an impossibility has now become the norm. Architecture schools all over the worl... Read More about The COVID-19 External Studio: Can this blended learning model be the future of an agile architectural-studio?.

The limits of Intellectual Property: Exhaustion of rights, international trademarks and digital copyright (2021)
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Chatzimichali, A. The limits of Intellectual Property: Exhaustion of rights, international trademarks and digital copyright

Strong Intellectual Property (IP) protection is a fundamental point in the establishment of a market for new products and services. IP can give significant power to the owner of intangible assets in financing, manufacturing or in general commercial t... Read More about The limits of Intellectual Property: Exhaustion of rights, international trademarks and digital copyright.

Anticipating urban travel transitions and new mobility behaviours. Discussion Paper prepared for ITF Working Group on Urban Travel Transitions in light of Covid-19 (2020)
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Chatterjee, K. (2020). Anticipating urban travel transitions and new mobility behaviours. Discussion Paper prepared for ITF Working Group on Urban Travel Transitions in light of Covid-19

There have been large discrepancies between forecasts of travel demand and outcomes in industrialised countries in the first two decades of the twenty-first century. The paper identifies how we can better anticipate travel transitions to inform expe... Read More about Anticipating urban travel transitions and new mobility behaviours. Discussion Paper prepared for ITF Working Group on Urban Travel Transitions in light of Covid-19.

Institutional supercycles: An evolutionary macro-finance approach (2020)
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Dafermos, Y., Gabor, D., & Michell, J. (2020). Institutional supercycles: An evolutionary macro-finance approach

We build upon the Minskyan concepts of ‘thwarting mechanisms’ and ‘supercycles’ to develop a framework for the analysis of the dynamic evolutionary interactions between macrofinancial, institutional and political processes. Thwarting m... Read More about Institutional supercycles: An evolutionary macro-finance approach.

Frameworks, principles and accreditation in modern data management (2020)
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Ritchie, F., & Green, E. Frameworks, principles and accreditation in modern data management

The Five Safes framework is increasingly widely used for data governance. Since its conception in 2003, it has influenced data management in many ways, particularly in the public sector. As it has become established, both the advantages and limitatio... Read More about Frameworks, principles and accreditation in modern data management.

Students’ engagement with eLearning tools: their impact on academic performance (2020)
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Hu, Y., Nath, N., Zhu, Y., & Laswad, F. Students’ engagement with eLearning tools: their impact on academic performance

This study examines the effect of synchronous and asynchronous online activities on students’ academic performance. Using student usage data captured in the log files of an adaptive Moodle learning platform, we find students’ total synchronous and as... Read More about Students’ engagement with eLearning tools: their impact on academic performance.

Outward FDI: National and regional policy implications for technology innovation (2020)
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Shah, I., He, L., Hatfield, R., & Haroon, M. Outward FDI: National and regional policy implications for technology innovation

A significant contributor to China’s growth over the last 20 years is the ‘go-out’ policy, that is, for domestic firms to invest in international firms and has seen it develop a foundation of high technology industries and world leading research. We... Read More about Outward FDI: National and regional policy implications for technology innovation.

Puzzle me this? The Vietnamese reverse gender education gap (2019)
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Mergoupis, T., Phan, V., & Sessions, J. G. Puzzle me this? The Vietnamese reverse gender education gap

We investigate within the context of Vietnam how circumstances at age 15 or 16 relate to completion of upper secondary education four years later. We exploit the longitudinal elements of the Vietnam Access to Resources Household Survey to identify ho... Read More about Puzzle me this? The Vietnamese reverse gender education gap.