Recent Submissions

  • Building bridges between civil society and academia: the development and transmission of Eurosceptic thought 

    Baimbridge M and Khadzhieva D (2018) Building bridges between civil society and academia: the development and transmission of Eurosceptic thought. In: Usherwood SM, Startin N and Guerra S (Eds.) Euroscepticism in the EU: new dimensions in opposition to European integration. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
  • Economic implications of alternative trade relationships: post-Brexit options for the UK 

    Baimbridge M and Whyman PB (2018) Economic implications of alternative trade relationships: post-Brexit options for the UK. In: da Costa Cabral N, Renato Gonçalves J and Cunha Rodrigues N (Eds.) After Brexit: consequences for the European Union. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
    This chapter discuss several key issues for the UK in relation to Brexit. Firstly, how new directions could be initiated to fund infrastructure aimed at boosting the UK's future growth potential and/or promote reindustrialisation ...
  • The segmentation of Europe: convergence or divergence between core and periphery? 

    Baimbridge M, Litsios I, Jackson K et al (2017) The segmentation of Europe: convergence or divergence between core and periphery? London: Palgrave.
    This book explores economic developments across Europe in relation to its apparent segmentation, as disparities widen between core and periphery countries. In contrast to previous literature, the scope of analysis is ...
  • Foreign Direct Investment and economic growth in OECD countries 

    Zang W and Baimbridge M (2014) Foreign Direct Investment and economic growth in OECD countries. In: Accosi C (Ed.) Economic growth in the 21st century: perspectives, role of governmental policies, potential and constraints. New York: Nova Science Publishers: 29-55.
    The role of inward FDI on economic growth has attracted the attention of researchers for many years as its beneficial impact has been recognised theoretically by scholars and policymakers; however, the empirical evidence ...
  • Fiscal federalism and European economic integration 

    Baimbridge M and Whyman P (Eds.) (2004) Fiscal federalism and European economic integration. London: Routledge.
    The pace of economic integration amongst European Union (EU) member states has accelerated considerably during the past decade, highlighted by the process of Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). Many aspects of the EU's ...
  • Informal training in Chinese small- and medium-sized enterprises 

    Suseno Y, Bao C, Baimbridge M et al (2017) Informal training in Chinese small- and medium-sized enterprises. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business. Accepted for Publication.
    Entrepreneurship in small- and medium-sized enterprises are significant contributors to economic development. The purpose of this research is to examine the extent and motives for the use of informal training in Chinese ...
  • An evaluation of the applicability of complex adaptive system theory in the pharmaceutical supply chain 

    Yaroson E, Breen L and Matthias O (2017) An evaluation of the applicability of complex adaptive system theory in the pharmaceutical supply chain. 22nd Logistics Research Network Conference, 6th to 8th September 2017 at Southampton Solent University.CILT(UK).
    Purpose: The aim of this research is to evaluate if the Complex Adaptive Systems theory can be used to explain resilience strategies within the pharmaceutical supply chain Research Approach: An in depth review of literature ...
  • Disruptions, recovery strategies and the pharmaceutical supply chain; empirical evidence from first tier customers in the United Kingdom 

    Yaroson E, Breen L and Matthias O (2017) Disruptions, recovery strategies and the pharmaceutical supply chain; empirical evidence from first tier customers in the United Kingdom. 22nd Logistics Research Network Conference 6-8 September 2017 at Southampton Solent University. CILT(UK).
    Purpose: The aim of this research therefore is to explore the causes of drug shortages within the pharmaceutical supply chain and assess the adopted mitigation strategies. Research Approach: The study is carried out ...
  • Investigating the laundry logistics system of small-sized public hospital: Can the efficiency of operations be improved under the constraints of Thailand’s administrative culture? 

    Bandoophanit T, Breen L, Naipinit A, Pila-Ngarm P, Permwanichagun P and Saenchaiyathon K (2017) Investigating the laundry logistics system of small-sized public hospital: Can the efficiency of operations be improved under the constraints of Thailand’s administrative culture? 22nd Logistics Research Network Conference, 6th to 8th September 2017 at Southampton Solent University. CILT(UK).
    Purpose All internal logistics systems contribute to the overall success of healthcare service delivery; laundry management (as a closed loop logistics system) is a critical system which facilitates patient recovery and ...
  • Identifying green logistics best practices leading to the effective usage of pharmaceuticals: a case study of Thailand’s Public Hospitals 

    Bandoophanit T, Breen L and Barber K (2017) Identifying green logistics best practices leading to the effective usage of pharmaceuticals: a case study of Thailand’s Public Hospitals. 22nd Logistics Research Network Conference at Southampton Solent University, September 2017. CILT(UK).
    Purpose Pharmaceuticals are a key input into healthcare operations and so their effective management is vital. This issue is of key importance in Thailand and is aligned with the Thailand’s 2nd National Logistics and ...
  • Do we need to be Sustainable? An examination of purpose and intention behind Sustainability practice in Community Pharmacies in the National Health Service (UK) 

    Breen L, Garvey O, Mosan G, Matthias O and Sowter J (2017) Do we need to be Sustainable? An examination of purpose and intention behind Sustainability practice in Community Pharmacies in the National Health Service (UK). British Academy of Management Conference, Warwick, UK, September 2017.
    The National Health Service (NHS) Five Year Forward View in 2014 issued a grave warning that if healthcare demand in the UK continued to grow as its current rate, and efficiency or funding changes were not instigated there ...
  • The strategic application of a remote monitoring system in the management of oncology patients undergoing chemotherapy [Poster presentation] 

    Kechagioglou P and Breen L (2017) The strategic application of a remote monitoring system in the management of oncology patients undergoing chemotherapy. 43rd Operational Research Applied to Health Services Annual Conference. University of Bath, July 30th - August 4th 2017.
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  • The safety and continuity of medicines at transitions of care for people with heart failure 

    Fylan B, Armitage G, Breen L, Gardner P, Ismail H, Marques I and Blenkinsopp A (2017) The safety and continuity of medicines at transitions of care for people with heart failure. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. Special Conference Supplement. Oral Abstracts. 25 (S1): p 24.
    Introduction: Avoidable harm associated with medicines is widespread – particularly at care transitions – and unintended discrepancies in patients’ medicines after discharge from hospital affect more than half of all ...
  • Stochastic equipment capital budgeting with technological progress 

    Adkins R and Paxson D (2014) Stochastic equipment capital budgeting with technological progress. European Financial Management. 20(5): 1031-1049.
    We provide multi-factor real option models (and quasi-analytical solutions) for equipment capital budgeting under uncertainty, when there is either unexpected, or anticipated, or uncertain (volatile) technological progress. ...
  • Towards a pedagogy for critical security studies: politics of migration in the classroom 

    Bilgic A, Dhami M and Onkal D (2017) Towards a pedagogy for critical security studies: politics of migration in the classroom. International Studies Perspectives. Accepted for Publication.
    International Relations (IR) has increasingly paid attention to critical pedagogy. Feminist, post-colonial and poststructuralist IR scholarship, in particular, have long been advancing the discus-sions about how to create ...
  • What if you are not Bayesian? The consequences for decisions involving risk 

    Goodwin P, Onkal D and Stekler HO (2017) What if you are not Bayesian? The consequences for decisions involving risk. European Journal of Operational Research. Accepted for Publication.
    Many studies have examined the extent to which individuals’ probability judgments depart from Bayes’ theorem when revising probability estimates in the light of new information. Generally, these studies have not considered ...
  • Evaluating expert advice in forecasting: users' reactions to presumed vs. experienced credibility 

    Onkal D, Gonul MS, Goodwin P et al (2017) Evaluating expert advice in forecasting: users' reactions to presumed vs. experienced credibility. International Journal of Forecasting. 33(1): 280-297.
    In expert knowledge elicitation (EKE) for forecasting, the perceived credibility of an expert is likely to affect the weighting attached to their advice. Four experiments have investigated the extent to which the implicit ...
  • Expertise, credibility of system forecasts and integration methods in judgmental demand forecasting 

    Alvarado-Valencia J, Barrero LH, Onkal D et al (2017) Expertise, credibility of system forecasts and integration methods in judgmental demand forecasting. International Journal of Forecasting. 33(1): 298-313.
    Expert knowledge elicitation lies at the core of judgmental forecasting—a domain that relies fully on the power of such knowledge and its integration into forecasting. Using experts in a demand forecasting framework, this ...
  • Decision analysis in Turkey 

    Gonul MS, Soyer E and Onkal D (2017) Decision analysis in Turkey. Decision Analysis Today. 33(1): 16-18.
  • Why we have such a love-hate relationship with work 

    Fouweather I (2017) Why we have such a love-hate relationship with work. The Conversation. May 2nd 2017. URL: https://theconversation.com/why-we-have-such-a-love-hate-relationship-with-work-73027
    Shock, horror, a new study shows the British public don’t like their jobs. Using smart phones researchers mapped the happiness of people in real time, while they went about their daily lives. And they discovered that people ...

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