• 25 years of Psychology & Marketing: a multidimensional review 

    Shabbir, H. A., Reast, Jon, Palihawadana, Dayananda (2009) 25 years of Psychology & Marketing: a multidimensional review. Psychology and Marketing, 26 (12), 1031-1065.
    The first issue of Psychology & Marketing was published in 1984. The journal was conceived as a forum for academics and practitioners in psychology, marketing, and related fields to engage in an exchange of scholarly ...
  • A case analysis of managing “Maverick” innovation units 

    Isherwood A and Tassabehji R (2016) A case analysis of managing “Maverick” innovation units. International Journal of Information Management. 36(5): 793-798.
    Companies in the high technology manufacturing and development sector have to continually innovate in order to survive and grow in increasingly turbulent and competitive markets. It is common practice for the parent company ...
  • A collaborative supply chain management framework: Part1 - planning stage 

    Khan, M.K., Udin, Z.M. and Zairi, M. (2006). A collaborative supply chain management framework: Part1 - planning stage. Business Process Management Journal. Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 361-376.
    This paper presents issues associated with the needs of collaborative supply chain management (CSCM) and proposes a planning stage of a CSCM framework. The proposed planning stage of a CSCM framework incorporates issues ...
  • A collaborative supply chain management: Part 2 - the hybrid KB/GAP analysis system for planning stage 

    Udin, Z. M., Khan, M. K., Zairi, M. (2006). A collaborative supply chain management: Part 2 - the hybrid KB/GAP analysis system for planning stage. Business Process Management Journal. Vol. 12, No. 5, pp. 671 - 687.
    The intention of this paper is to promote the model of knowledge-based collaborative supply chain management (KBCSCM) system as an alternative strategy for organisations to resolve the problems in their current supply chain ...
  • A Comparative Analysis of Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods and a Justification for Adopting Mixed Methods in Social Research. 

    Haq M (2014) A comparative analysis of qualitative and quantitative research methods and a justification for use of mixed methods in social research. Annual PhD Conference, University of Bradford School of Management. June 2014.
    The aim of this review is to create awareness about uses of available social research methods and to provide a guideline in adopting appropriate methods specifically in qualitative and mixed methods research genre. Based ...
  • A decision support model for identification and prioritization of key performance indicators in the logistics industry 

    Kucukaltan B, Irani Z and Aktas E (2016) A decision support model for identification and prioritization of key performance indicators in the logistics industry. Computers in Human Behavior. 65: 346-358.
    Performance measurement of logistics companies is based upon various performance indicators. Yet, in the logistics industry, there are several vaguenesses, such as deciding on key indicators and determining interrelationships ...
  • A generalised adoption model for services: A cross-country comparison of mobile health (m-health) 

    Dwivedi YK, Shareef MA, Simintiras AC, Lal B and Weerakkody V (2016) A generalised adoption model for services: A cross-country comparison of mobile health (m-health). Government Information Quarterly. 33(1): 174–187.
    Which antecedents affect the adoption by users is still often a puzzle for policy-makers. Antecedents examined in this research include technological artefacts from the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology ...
  • A Japanese model of corporate social responsibility?: A study of website reporting 

    Fukukawa, K. and Moon, J. (2004). A Japanese model of corporate social responsibility?: A study of website reporting. Journal of Corporate Citizenship. 1st July issue.
    Japan's model of corporations has conventionally been regarded as comparatively 'society-friendly' because of such features as its corporate governance, close co-ordination with government economic policy and life-long ...
  • A longitudinal study of TQM implementation: Factors influencing success and failure 

    Taylor, W. A., Wright, G. H. (2003) A longitudinal study of TQM implementation: Factors influencing success and failure. Omega, Vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 97-111.
  • A managed decline: Higher education provision 

    Breen L and McIntosh B (2016) A managed decline: Higher education provision. British Journal of Healthcare Management. 22(8): 391-392.
  • A model of B2B e-commerce, based on connectivity and purpose 

    Taylor, M. and Cullen, A.J. (2007). A model of B2B e-commerce, based on connectivity and purpose. International Journal of Operations and Production Management. Vol. 27, No.2, pp.205-225.
    Purpose ¿ To present a complete and comprehensive model by which business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce transactions for sales and purchases between organisations may be categorised. Design/methodology/approach ¿ Literature ...
  • A multiple constituency approach to IJV performance measurement. 

    Mohr, A.(2006). A multiple constituency approach to IJV performance measurement. Journal of World Business. Vol. 41, No. 3, pp. 247-260.
    This paper analyses the differences in the way partner firms assess the performance of international joint ventures (IJV). It is argued that an understanding of these differences is important for the practice of, and for ...
  • A New Approach to Measuring Market Expectations and Term Premia 

    Ye X (2015) A new approach to measuring market expectations and term premia. The Journal of Fixed Income. 24(4): 22-46.
    This article develops a novel approach for measuring market expectations and term premia in the term structure of interest rates. Key components of this approach are generic impact measures of state variables in a Gaussian ...
  • A New Approach to the Allocation of Aid Among Developing Countries: Is the USA Different from the Rest? 

    Harrigan J and Wang C (2011) A New Approach to the Allocation of Aid Among Developing Countries: Is the USA Different from the Rest? World Development. 39(8): 1281-1293.
    This paper attempts to explain the factors that determine the geographical allocation of foreign aid. Its novelty is that it develops a rigorous theoretical model and conducts the corresponding empirical investigations ...
  • A new form of union organizing in Japan? Community unions and the case of the McDonald's 'McUnion' 

    Royle T, Urano E (2012) A new form of union organizing in Japan? Community unions and the case of the McDonald's 'McUnion'. Work, Employment and Society. 26(4): 606-622.
    The article examines how and why a new independent trade union was established in McDonald’s Japan in 2006. We discuss these developments both within the McDonald’s ‘system’ and the broader context of the growth of community ...
  • A Preliminary Examination of Risk in the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain (PSC) in the National Health Service (NHS) 

    Breen L (2008) A Preliminary Examination of Risk in the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain (PSC) in the National Health Service (NHS) Journal of Service Science and Management. 1(2): 193-199.
    The effective management of pharmaceuticals in the National Health Service (NHS) is critical to patient welfare thus any risks attached to this must be identified and controlled. At a very basic level, risks in the ...
  • A process for developing partnerships with subcontractors in the construction industry: an empirical study. 

    Beach, R, Errasti, A., Oyarbide, A. and Santos, J. (2007). A process for developing partnerships with subcontractors in the construction industry: an empirical study. International Journal of Project Management. Vol. 25, No. 3, pp. 250-256.
    In the construction industry, subcontractors are subject to tremendous pressures in terms of quality, service and cost. Subcontractors have responded to these challenges in a number of ways, foremost amongst these has been ...
  • A social psychological model of relations between marketing and sales. 

    Dewsnap, B. and Jobber, D. (2002). A social psychological model of relations between marketing and sales. European Journal of Marketing. Vol. 36, No. 7/8, pp. 874-894.
    This paper highlights the opportunity to investigate relations between the marketing and sales departments of fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies. Drawing on empirical results from social psychology, the authors ...
  • A Typology of Customer Lifetime Values in Buyer-Seller Relationships. 

    Roemer, E. (2007). A Typology of Customer Lifetime Values in Buyer-Seller Relationships. Journal of Strategic Marketing. Vol. 15, No. 5, pp. 441-457.
    In the past, marketing researchers have proposed the use of simple net present value analyses to assess customer lifetime values (CLVs). However, simple net present values disregard two important aspects: (1) environmental ...
  • A way forward: Process mapping and the delivery of mental health services 

    McIntosh B, Breen L and West S (2016) A way forward: Process mapping and the delivery of mental health services. British Journal of Healthcare Management 22(12): 601-606.
    Introduction: This paper demonstrates the practical application of process mapping principles as a model for evaluating NHS improvement. The NHS improvement in question was the merger of three crisis resolution teams ...