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Compliance (2024)
Book Chapter

Compliance has become prevalent worldwide and especially following the passage of various national regulations such as the United States’ Sarbanes–Oxley Act, Australia’s Corporate Law Economic Reform Program Act, and the UK Bribery Act. The cost of b... Read More about Compliance.

Is any job better than no job? Utilising Jahoda's latent deprivation theory to reconceptualise underemployment (2024)
Journal Article

Underemployment is a widely discussed but complex concept. This article progresses discussions and provides a new sociological conceptualisation. It builds on a classic theory of unemployment, Jahoda et al.’s ‘latent deprivation theory’ (LDT), that i... Read More about Is any job better than no job? Utilising Jahoda's latent deprivation theory to reconceptualise underemployment.

'A huge political experiment' - exploring the political brand positioning of political parties in Jersey from an internal-external perspective (2024)
Journal Article

A political brand aims to project a differentiated and identifiable position in the minds of voters. However, there is limited understanding on the envisaged and realised positioning of political 'party' brands particularly in under-explored contexts... Read More about 'A huge political experiment' - exploring the political brand positioning of political parties in Jersey from an internal-external perspective.

A nudge in the right direction? Gender-informed support by female business-incubation managers for female STEM-entrepreneurs (2024)
Journal Article

This article critically analyzes the influence of gendered ascriptions and assumptions upon support offered by female business incubation (BI) managers to female STEM entrepreneurs. We draw upon the concept of nudges to illustrate how female managers... Read More about A nudge in the right direction? Gender-informed support by female business-incubation managers for female STEM-entrepreneurs.