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  • Firm bosses or helpful neighbours? The ambiguity and co-construction of MNE regional management mandates 

    Alfoldi EA, McGaughey SL and Clegg LJ (2017) Firm bosses or helpful neighbours? The ambiguity and co-construction of MNE regional management mandates. Journal of Management Studies. Article in Press.
    As multinational enterprises (MNEs) increasingly disaggregate and disperse corporate headquarters (CHQ) activities, the allocation of regional management mandates (RMMs) to local operating subsidiaries is becoming more ...
  • Human capital resources: a review and direction for future research 

    Haq M (2016) Human capital resources: a review and direction for future research. International Journal of Management Development. 1(4): 261-286.
    This article reviews the literature on human capital resources and develops a conceptual model incorporating social capital, relational capital and knowledge as the components of human capital resources and linking these ...
  • Rethinking communication in risk interpretation and action 

    Khan S, Mishra JL, Kuna-hui EL et al (2017) Rethinking communication in risk interpretation and action. Natural Hazards. Article in Press.
    Communication is fundamental to the transfer of information between individuals, agencies and organizations, and therefore, it is crucial to planning and decision-making particularly in cases of uncertainty and risk. This ...
  • The Prospects of E-government Implementation in Chaotic Environment – Government and Citizens’ Perspectives - Case Study of Libya 

    Khamallag MM, Kamala MMA and Tassabehji R (2017) The Prospects of E-government Implementation in Chaotic Environment – Government and Citizens’ Perspectives - Case Study of Libya. Presented at: 1st Conference of Industrial Technology, Mosrata, Libya, 17-18 May 2017.
    Using compulsory e-government services is increasingly difficult and challenging given the impact of corruption, political instability, armed conflict, and a chaotic environment. Post the 2011 uprising, Libya experienced ...
  • Dynamic spillover effects across petroleum spot and futures volatilities, trading volume and open interest 

    Magkonis G and Tsouknidis DA (2017) Dynamic spillover effects across petroleum spot and futures volatilities, trading volume and open interest. International Review of Financial Analysis. 52: 104-118.
    This paper examines the existence of dynamic spillover effects across petroleum based commodities and among spot-futures volatilities, trading volume and open interest. Realized volatilities of spot-futures markets are ...
  • Expansionary contractions and fiscal free lunches: too good to be true? 

    Mcmanus M, Ozkan FG and Trzeciakiewicz D (2017) Expansionary contractions and fiscal free lunches: too good to be true? The Scandinavian Journal of Economics. Accepted for Publication.
    This paper builds a framework to jointly examine the possibility of both `expansionary fiscal contractions' (austerity increasing output) and `fiscal free lunches' (expansions reducing government debt), arguments supported ...
  • Examining the influence of intermediaries in facilitating e-government adoption: an empirical investigation 

    Weerakkody V, El-Haddadeh R, Al-Sobhi F et al (2013) Examining the influence of intermediaries in facilitating e-government adoption: an empirical investigation. International Journal of Information Management. 33(5): 716-725.
    The adoption and diffusion of electronic government is often impeded by many social and individual factors relating to citizens. In this respect, intermediaries have emerged as a new model for delivering e-government ...
  • Digitally enabled service transformation in UK public sector: A case analysis of universal credit 

    Omar A, Weerakkody V and Sivarajah U (2017) Digitally enabled service transformation in UK public sector: a case analysis of universal credit. International Journal of Information Management. 37(4): 350-356.
    The race against ‘Digital Darwinism’ in public sector had caused failures of several high profile large-scale Digitally Enabled Service Transformation (DEST) projects. While technical and managerial issues are often emphasised ...
  • RFID integrated systems in libraries: extending TAM model for empirically examining the use 

    Kapoor K, Dwivedi YK, Piercy NC et al (2014) RFID integrated systems in libraries: extending TAM model for empirically examining the use. Journal of Enterprise Information Management. 27(6): 731-758.
    The available literature suggest that the research on radio frequency identification (RFID)-related issues is largely concentrated on technical, organizational and implementation aspects, and comparatively lesser attention ...
  • Profiling Existing Research on Social Innovation in the Public Sector 

    Rana NP, Weerakkody VJP, Dwivedi YK et al (2014) Profiling Existing Research on Social Innovation in the Public Sector. Information Systems Management. 31(3): 259-273.
    This study explores the progress of social innovation research in a public sector context by systematically analyzing its existing body of knowledge to identify areas of societal impact and reveal areas of limitations and ...
  • Commentary: Is cost transparency necessarily good for consumers? 

    Kuah ATH and Weerakkody VJP (2015) Commentary: is cost transparency necessarily good for consumers? European Journal of Marketing. 49(11/12): 1980-1986.
    The purpose of this paper is to present a critical viewpoint on the negative aspects of market, price and cost transparencies to consumers in terms of its costs. It adopts an inter-disciplinary approach from the marketing, ...
  • Investigating success of an e-government initiative: Validation of an integrated IS success model 

    Rana NP, Dwivedi YK, Williams MD et al (2015) Investigating success of an e-government initiative: Validation of an integrated IS success model. Information Systems Frontiers. 17(1): 127-142.
    The purpose of this paper is to examine the success (by measuring intention to use and user satisfaction) of the online public grievance redressal system (OPGRS) from the perspective of the citizens of India. The success ...
  • E-government implementation: A bird’s eye view of issues relating to costs, opportunities, benefits and risks 

    Weerakkody VJP, Irani Z, Lee H et al (2015) E-government implementation: A bird’s eye view of issues relating to costs, opportunities, benefits and risks. Information Systems Frontiers. 17(4): 889-915.
    After more than a decade of comprehensive research work in the area of electronic government (e-government), no attempt has yet been made to undertake a systematic literature review on the costs, opportunities, benefits ...
  • Digitally-enabled service transformation in the public sector: The lure of institutional pressure and strategic response towards change 

    Weerakkody VJP, Omar A, El-Haddadeh R et al (2016) Digitally-enabled service transformation in the public sector: The lure of institutional pressure and strategic response towards change. Government Information Quarterly. 33(4): 658-668.
    Digitally-Enabled Service Transformation (DEST) projects in public sector institutions are viewed as a choice of strategic response towards changes in policy. Such transformation can destruct institutional stability and ...
  • Citizen Adoption of E-Government Services: Exploring Citizen Perceptions of Online Services in the United States and United Kingdom 

    Carter L, Weerakkody VJP, Phillips B et al (2016) Citizen Adoption of E-Government Services: Exploring Citizen Perceptions of Online Services in the United States and United Kingdom. Information Systems Management. 33(2): 124-140.
    This study presents a cross-national examination of e-government adoption in the United Kingdom and the United States. The results of partial least squares analysis indicate that disposition to trust is positively related ...
  • Adoption of online public grievance redressal system in India: Toward developing a unified view 

    Rana NP, Dwivedi YK, Williams MD et al (2016) Adoption of online public grievance redressal system in India: Toward developing a unified view. Computers in Human Behavior. 59: 265-282.
    The aim of this research is to develop a unified model of electronic government (e-government) system adoption and validate it using the data gathered from 419 citizens from few selected cities in India. In course of doing ...
  • Are U.K. Citizens Satisfied With E-Government Services? Identifying and Testing Antecedents of Satisfaction 

    Weerakkody VJP, Irani Z, Lee H et al (2016) Are U.K. Citizens Satisfied With E-Government Services? Identifying and Testing Antecedents of Satisfaction. Information Systems Managemement. 33(4): 331-343.
    Citizens’ satisfaction is acknowledged as one of the most significant influences for e-government adoption and diffusion. This study examines the impact of information quality, system quality, trust, and cost on user ...
  • Digitally enabled service transformation in UK public sector: A case analysis of universal credit 

    Omar A, Weerakkody VJP and Sivarajah U (2017) Digitally enabled service transformation in UK public sector: A case analysis of universal credit. International Journal of Information Management. 37(4): 350-356.
    The race against ‘Digital Darwinism’ in public sector had caused failures of several high profile large-scale Digitally Enabled Service Transformation (DEST) projects. While technical and managerial issues are often ...
  • R&D capabilities, intellectual property strength and choice of equity ownership in cross-border acquisitions: Evidence from BRICS acquirers in Europe 

    Ahammad MF, Konwar Z, Papageorgiadis N et al (2017) R&D capabilities, intellectual property strength and choice of equity ownership in cross-border acquisitions: Evidence from BRICS acquirers in Europe. R&D Management. Accepted for publication.
    The aim of the study is to investigate two relatively underexplored factors, namely, the R&D (research and development) capabilities of target firms and the strength of intellectual property (IP) institutions in target ...
  • Regional trade institutions in West Africa: historical reflections 

    Bah E, Jackson K and Potts D (2017) Regional trade institutions in West Africa: historical reflections. Journal of International Development. Article in Press.
    This paper reflects on trade institutions across West Africa from the Empirehood to the present day. We found that regional trade institutions were more standardised across West Africa before the current countries gained ...

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