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The effect of ethnicity on collectivist families’ meal social interaction behaviour in Sierra Leone, International Journal of Advanced Research
Ethnicity has been touted to have a significant influence on Sierra Leonean families’ meal consumption behaviour. It is used to define the social grouping of individuals as it is aligned with the type of language they ...
PSS Users and Harley Davidson Riders: : The importance of consumer identity in the diffusion of sustainable consumption solutions
This paper sets out an approach to researching socio-cultural aspects of Product Service Systems (PSS) consumption in consumer markets. PSS are relevant to Industrial Ecology as they may form part of the mix of innovations ...
Crowd Work in Europe : Preliminary results from a survey in the UK, Sweden, Germany, Austria and the Netherlands
(Foundation for European Progressive Studies, 2016-12-02)
When do franchisors select entrepreneurial franchisees? : An organizational perspective
In spite of the acknowledged importance of the franchisee selection process, only a few empirical studies have examined this research area. This paper employs organizational identity theory to explain when the franchisor ...
Introduction to the Douglass C. North Memorial Issue
This introduction considers the highly influential contribution of Douglass C. North to economic history and institutional economics, as it developed from the 1960s until his death in 2015. It sketches the evolution of his ...
Asian Financial Integration: Global or Regional? : Evidence from Money and Bond Markets
This paper investigates the degree of global versus regional financial integration in Southeast Asia during the period 2004-2012. We examine integration in the money and bond markets in Asia by employing a covered-intere ...
Fairtrade Consumers and “Global South” Producers Supply Chain Management
Fairtrade supply chains lack information linking commodity producers with Fairtrade shopper behaviour. This paper aims to show how supermarket loyalty card data of over 1.7 million shoppers can be analysed using paired-samples ...
Barriers to leisure participation for people with dementia and their carers : An exploratory analysis of carer and people with dementia’s experiences
Leisure has emerged as a prominent research theme within the growing body of knowledge on dementia, with a focus on physical activity. Yet participation in any form of leisure presupposes an ability to freely choose to ...
1688 and All That: Property Rights, the Glorious Revolution and the Rise of British Captialism
In a seminal 1989 article, Douglass North and Barry Weingast argued that by making the monarch more answerable to Parliament, the Glorious Revolution of 1688 helped to secure property rights in England and stimulate the ...