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  • Haslam, Colin; Lehman, G. (2006-12-01)
  • Haslam, Colin; Marriott, N. (2006-12-01)
    The NHS Plan revealed New Labour's objective to increase funding in the four nation's hospital services in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Although each country has installed its own institutional arrangements, ...
  • Andersson, Tord; Lee, Edward; Theodosopoulos, Grigorios; Yin, Ya Ping; Haslam, Colin (2014-02)
    The term ‘business model’ (BM) is generally used to describe the possibilities of transforming corporate activities and business functions (Osterwalder et al,2005 and Magretta,2002) In this paper we argue that our understanding ...
  • Chwastiak, M.; Lehman, G. (2008-12)
    This paper examines the ways in which accounting has helped to rationalize and normalize violence and how this has contributed to the acceleration and expansion of war. It is argued that accounting is a product of the ...
  • Abbott, L. (2011)
    Supervision of Midwives is a statutory responsibility which provides a “mechanism for support and guidance to every midwife practising in the United Kingdom” (Nursing and Midwifery Council, NMC and The Local Supervising ...
  • Georgellis, Yannis; Gregorioua, Andros; Tsitsianis, N. (2008-09)
    Using large-scale panel data, we examine the dynamics of adjustment towards reference points for key workplace attributes. We discover that an Exponential Smooth Transition Autoregressive (ESTAR) model is superior to a ...
  • Malik, Ali; Malik, Shaukat; Shah, Haider (2011)
    The paper examines the unprecedented growth of Islamic banking and finance in the West with a focus on the United Kingdom. It captures the advancement of Islamic banking and finance in U.K over time It is observed that ...
  • Haslam, Colin; Tsitsianis, N.; Andersson, Tord; Yin, Ya (2013-12)
    The topic of this paper is the Apple Inc business model and how, in a financialized world, the success of this business model is represented by what we term financial ‘point values’. Our argument is that there is a tendency ...
  • Andersson, T.; Gleadle, P.; Haslam, C.; Tsitsianis, N. (2010)
    In this paper, we construct a complementary financialized business model of SME bio-pharma that reveals how the product innovation and development process conjoins with speculative forces in capital markets. To conceptualise ...
  • Choudrie, Jyoti; Vyas, Amit; Voros, Tibor; Tsitsianis, N. (2013-01-06)
    This paper aims to identify, explain and understand the adoption, use and diffusion of OSNs within UK’s older population. This was achieved using a quantitative online survey questionnaire. Results from a sample population ...
  • Andersson, T.; Haslam, C.; Katechos, G.; Tsitsianis, N.; Lee, Edward (2010-09-01)
    The conjuncture that ushered in the era of shareholder value served to embed capital market expectations into corporate governance aligning management and shareholder interests. Market arbitrage focussed on modifying ...
  • Malik, Ali; Liu, J.; Kyriacou, O. (2011)
    This paper explores the issue of creative accounting and evidence of its use in Pakistan. The financial characteristics of Pakistani companies, officially or publically identified for using some form of creative accounting ...
  • Gleadle, Pauline; Haslam, Colin; Yin, Ya (2014-02)
    This special issue presents a series of papers about financialization and it follows on from a concern, expressed within CPA, about clarifying the ‘problematics of financialization’ (Haslam, 2010). This critical challenge ...
  • Xiang, Guopeng; Yin, Ya Ping (University of Hertfordshire, 2013)
    This study attempts to provide a systematic approach to the decomposition, classification and evaluation of business models. We propose an internally consistent hierarchical classification scheme for decomposing a generic ...
  • Dent, M.; Haslam, Colin (2006-12-01)
    The role of the patient within the NHS has changed from supplicant to consumer to active participant. A demand-side patient-led approach is combining quasi-consumerism and participative democracy to inform and facilitate ...
  • Tofallis, C. (University of Hertfordshire, 2011)
    Educationalists are well able to find fault with rankings on numerous grounds and may reject them outright. However, given that they are here to stay, we could also try to improve them wherever possible. All currently ...
  • Andersson, T.; Haslam, C.; Tsitsianis, N.; Lee, Edward (2008)
    This paper constructs an account of how financialization is directing strategy in the S&P 500. Financialization describes how changes in US accounting regulations require firms to account for the market value of capital ...
  • Andersson, Tord; Haslam, Colin; Lee, Edward; Tsitsianis, N. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008)
    The debate on international business behaviour is located within a “productionist” framework which is used to reveal similarities and differences in the corporate governance of multinational business. A “financialized” ...
  • Andersson, Tord; Haslam, Colin; Lee, Edward (2006-03)
    A central feature of financialization is the argument that the relative autonomy of management has been realigned with the interests of shareholders and their demand for higher returns on capital employed (ROCE). This paper ...
  • Andersson, Tord; Haslam, Colin; Lee, Edward; Tsitsianis, N. (2007-06)
    In recent years the US corporate sector has deployed more cash from operations to finance the repurchase of outstanding share capital for treasury stock. Shares repurchased for treasury stock can help flatter earnings per ...

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