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Ageing workforces: An empirical study of German industrial three sectors (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Drew, H. (2019, September). Ageing workforces: An empirical study of German industrial three sectors. Paper presented at British Academy of Management Conference 2013: Managing to Make a Difference

The following paper presents empirical data from medium-large sized companies in Germany, in order to examine the challenges of managing demographic change from an organisational perspective. The findings are consistent with the literature on demogra... Read More about Ageing workforces: An empirical study of German industrial three sectors.

Measuring compliance with minimum wages (2017)
Journal Article
Ritchie, F., Veliziotis, M., Drew, H., & Whittard, D. (2017). Measuring compliance with minimum wages. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 42(3-4), 249-270. https://doi.org/10.3233/JEM-180448

© 2017 - IOS Press and the authors. All rights reserved. Identifying genuine underpayment of minimum wages is not straightforward. Some well-known statistical issues affect the measurement of compliance rates, but factors such as processing or behavi... Read More about Measuring compliance with minimum wages.

The measurement of apprentice pay: Report commissioned by the Low Pay Commission (2015)
Report
Drew, H., Ritchie, F., & Veliziotis, M. (2015). The measurement of apprentice pay: Report commissioned by the Low Pay Commission

This report considers the measurement of apprentice pay, both the accuracy of that measurement and what can be said about compliance with the National Minimum Wage. In summary, there are substantial problems with accurately identifying apprentice pay... Read More about The measurement of apprentice pay: Report commissioned by the Low Pay Commission.

Overcoming barriers: Qualitative interviews with German elites (2014)
Journal Article
Drew, H. (2014). Overcoming barriers: Qualitative interviews with German elites. Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods, 12(2), 77-86

Despite the fact that qualitative interviews are reputed to be an effective method of obtaining data from organizational elites, studies are concurrent on a number of obstacles which surround the interviewing of senior management. Problem areas flagg... Read More about Overcoming barriers: Qualitative interviews with German elites.

Therapeutin oder spionin? Qualitative interviews with German senior managers (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Drew, H. (2014, June). Therapeutin oder spionin? Qualitative interviews with German senior managers. Paper presented at 13th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies

Despite the fact that qualitative interviews are reputed to be an effective method of obtaining data from organizational elites, studies are concurrent on a number of obstacles which surround the interviewing of senior management. Problem areas flagg... Read More about Therapeutin oder spionin? Qualitative interviews with German senior managers.

How do knowledge brokers work? Implications for policy and practice in the case of WERS (2014)
Journal Article
Drew, H., Ritchie, F., & King, A. (2014). How do knowledge brokers work? Implications for policy and practice in the case of WERS. International Journal of Technology Management and Sustainable Development, 13(3), 205-218. https://doi.org/10.1386/tmsd.13.3.205_1

© 2014 Intellect Ltd Article. English language. A resource-based view of organizations suggests that internal knowledge is amongst the most important sources of competitive advantage (Hendry and Pettigrew 1990; Leonard-Barton 1995). Regardless of whe... Read More about How do knowledge brokers work? Implications for policy and practice in the case of WERS.

How do knowledge brokers work? Implications for policy and practice in the case of WERS. (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Drew, H., Ritchie, F., & King, A. (2013, December). How do knowledge brokers work? Implications for policy and practice in the case of WERS. Paper presented at 3rd International COSINUS ‘Innovation Systems and the new role of Universities’

The paper highlights the successful role played by knowledge brokers in bridging the gap between research and policy development. Drawing on the work of Oldham and McLean (1997) on the role of knowledge brokers, the paper identifies that intermediari... Read More about How do knowledge brokers work? Implications for policy and practice in the case of WERS..

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