Now showing items 21-30 of 875
Marketization, Performative Environments and the Impact of Organisational Climate on Teaching Practice In Business Schools
Marketisation of higher education has emerged as a global trend in many countries and in the UK, students are now paying amongst the highest tuition fees globally. Marketisation is synonymous with performative management ...
Resilience, Agency and Coping with Hardship : Evidence from Europe during the Great Recession
This paper aims to contribute to the growing literature on resilience by focusing on coping with hardship during the Great Recession, drawing upon primary data gathered through household and key informant interviews in ...
The Platformisation Of Work In Europe: Results from research in 13 European countries
(Foundation for European Progressive Studies, 2019-07)
Investigation of eGovernment Services and Alignment between Business and Information Systems
Inhabitant’s implementation of eGovernment services is a key objective for the Government of developed and developing countries. However, to improve the eGovernment services it is important for any Government to align all ...
Negotiation and Decision Making to Develop a Public-Private-Partnership: A Case-Based Approach
Decision making in practice varies from theoretical models and processes. Unpredictable and ill-structured operating conditions require dynamic resolution approaches underpinned by effective negotiation and decision making ...
Workplace mentoring of degree apprentices: developing principles for practice
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to focus on developing a deep understanding of the nature and impact of the workplace mentor role in degree apprenticeships (DAs). It investigates a theoretical model of DA workplace ...
Global Liquidity, the Private Sector and Debt Sustainability in Sub-Saharan Africa
This article analyses the effect of changes in international financial markets on the debt dynamics in sub-Saharan Africa in recent years. A key development is the rise of the private sector as both a lender and a borrower ...
Socio-Economic Factors, the Food Environment and Lunchtime Food Purchasing by Young People at Secondary School
The aim of this paper is to report on the lunchtime food purchasing practices of secondary school students and some of the factors related to this purchasing, including the influence of socio-economic status (SES) and the ...
Assessment of supply interruption of rhenium, recycling, processing sources and technologies
Rhenium is a unique, valuable and extremely rare chemical element currently used as an alloying element in high-temperature superalloys for aerospace and industrial gas-fired turbines and also as a catalyst in petrochemical ...
Identifying knowledge brokers, artefacts and channels for waste reduction in agri-food supply chains
Knowledge mobilisation has been proven crucial to increasing organisation's efficiency, improving profitability and achieving competitive advantage. The paper aims to explore an approach to integrating knowledge mobilisation ...