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European bank loan loss provisioning and efficient technological innovative progress European bank loan loss provisioning and technological innovative progress (2019)
Journal Article
Simper, R., Dadoukis, A., & Cormac, B. B. (in press). European bank loan loss provisioning and efficient technological innovative progress European bank loan loss provisioning and technological innovative progress. International Review of Financial Analysis,

This paper presents an analysis of Loan Loss Provisioning (LLP) behavior of European banks across 26-member states to determine how bad management and Technological Innovative Progress (TIP) has affected bank risk management. Technological improvemen... Read More

"Breaking the Mirror": Interface Innovation and Market Capture by Japanese Professional Camera Firms, 1955-1974 (2019)
Journal Article
Windrum, P., Haynes, M., & Thompson, P. (2019). "Breaking the Mirror": Interface Innovation and Market Capture by Japanese Professional Camera Firms, 1955-1974. Industrial and Corporate Change, doi:10.1093/icc/dtz003

Improving an interface to increase control over interactions between existing product modules can create new product features which alter the basis of competition in mature (sub-)markets. We empirically examine the impact of interface innovation by n... Read More

Volatility spillovers across European stock markets under uncertainty of Brexit (2019)
Journal Article
Li, H. (in press). Volatility spillovers across European stock markets under uncertainty of Brexit. Economic Modelling,

Exporting allows organizations to diversify risk and generate multiple income streams. In turn, the making of good export decisions is purported to be a main determinant of performance. While substantive export decisions are well researched, little i... Read More

Overcoming institutional voids as a pathway to becoming ambidextrous: The case of China's Sichuan (2019)
Journal Article
Amankwah-Amoah, J., Chen, X., Wang, X., Khan, Z., & Chen, J. (2019). Overcoming institutional voids as a pathway to becoming ambidextrous: The case of China's Sichuan. Long Range Planning, doi:10.1016/j.lrp.2019.02.004

The paper examines how firms develop supply chain financing model to help overcome institutional voids (IVs) and become ambidextrous. This study presents a case analysis of a novel supply chain financing model instigated and implemented by China’s Si... Read More

'Alternative hedonism': exploring the role of pleasure in moral markets (2019)
Journal Article
Caruana, R., Glozer, S., & Eckhardt, G. M. (2019). 'Alternative hedonism': exploring the role of pleasure in moral markets. Journal of Business Ethics, doi:10.1007/s10551-019-04123-w

Fair trade’, ‘ethical’ and ‘sustainable’ consumption emerged in response to rising concerns about the destructive effects of hedonic models of consumption that are typical of late capitalist societies. Advocates of these ‘markets for virtue’ sought t... Read More

Managing high-end ex-demonstration product returns (2019)
Journal Article
Muyldermans, L., Van Wassenhove, L., & Guide, V. (2019). Managing high-end ex-demonstration product returns. Central European Journal of Operations Research, doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2019.02.031

Some manufacturers demonstrate their products so that customers can gain experience before making a purchase. We present a novel application of a closed-loop supply chain where product returns from demonstrations of high-end IT equipment are substant... Read More

Modeling Price Volatility based on a Genetic Programming Approach (2019)
Journal Article
Ding, S., Zhang, Y., & Duygun, M. (in press). Modeling Price Volatility based on a Genetic Programming Approach. British Journal of Management,

Business profitability is highly dependent on risk management strategies to hedge future cash flow uncertainty. Commodity price shocks and fluctuations are key risks for companies with global supply chains. The purpose of this paper is to show how Ar... Read More

Exploring social change through social media: the case of the Facebook group Indignant Citizens (2019)
Journal Article
Yannopoulou, N., Liu, M., Xuemei, B., & Pereira Heath, T. (2019). Exploring social change through social media: the case of the Facebook group Indignant Citizens. International Journal of Consumer Studies, doi:10.1111/ijcs.12514

This study examines the role of social media in facilitating the network of a social movement, the novel forms of exchange networks that are fashioned by participants of this movement and the drivers and effects of individuals' engagement therein. Sp... Read More

Trailing technologies to reduce hospital in-patient falls: an agential realist analysis (2019)
Journal Article
Timmons, S., Vezyridis, P., & Sahota, O. (in press). Trailing technologies to reduce hospital in-patient falls: an agential realist analysis. Sociology of Health and Illness,

This paper analyses the 'failure' of a patient safety intervention. Our study was part of an RCT of bed and bedside chair pressure sensors linked to radio pagers to prevent bedside falls in older people admitted to hospital. We use agential realism w... Read More

The struggles for (and of) network management: an ethnographic study of non-dominant policy actors in the English healthcare system (2019)
Journal Article
Waring, J., & Crompton, A. (in press). The struggles for (and of) network management: an ethnographic study of non-dominant policy actors in the English healthcare system. Public Management Review,

The coordinating skills of network management are well-documented, but there is little understanding of how network management roles are acquired and sustained. This article reports on a two-year ethnographic study that investigated the introduction... Read More

3D printing strategic deployment: the supply chain perspective (2019)
Journal Article
Braziotis, C. (2019). 3D printing strategic deployment: the supply chain perspective. Supply Chain Management, doi:10.1108/SCM-09-2017-0305

Purpose – The emergence and application of 3D Printing (3DP) is changing the way products are developed and reach the customer, allowing for unprecedented customisation options. Past research has focused on the modus operandi of the technology, provi... Read More

Best Performance Frontiers for Buy-Online-Pickup-in-Store order fulfilment (2019)
Journal Article
MacCarthy, B. L., Zhang, L., & Muyldermans, L. (2019). Best Performance Frontiers for Buy-Online-Pickup-in-Store order fulfilment. International Journal of Production Economics, doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2019.01.037

With the proliferation of omni-channel retailing, Buy-Online-Pickup-in-Store (BOPS) retail services have gained increasing popularity as they have benefits for both customers and retailers. However, using conventional retail stores to fulfil orders r... Read More

Incorporating Sustainability in Management Education: An Interdisciplinary Approach (2019)
Book
K. Amaeshi, J. N. Muthuri, & C. Ogbechie (Eds.), (in press). Incorporating Sustainability in Management Education: An Interdisciplinary Approach. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-98125-3

Responding to the pressing need of business schools to incorporate sustainability thinking into their curricula, this new book offers fresh thinking on how to achieve this in practical terms. Structured on a typical MBA programme, each chapter explor... Read More

A comparison of scale attributes between interval and semantic differential scales (2019)
Journal Article
Themistocleous, C., Pagiaslis, A., Smith, A., & Wagner, C. (in press). A comparison of scale attributes between interval and semantic differential scales. International Journal of Market Research,

This paper presents the results of an exploratory study comparing Interval Valued Scales (IVSs) and Semantic Differential Scales (SDSs). The paper investigates consumer perceptions regarding specific scale attributes (Preston and Colman, 2000) and ut... Read More

The attraction of FDI to conflicted states: the counter-intuitive case of U.S oil and gas (2019)
Journal Article
Skovoroda, R., Goldfinch, S., Derouen, K., & Buck, T. (2019). The attraction of FDI to conflicted states: the counter-intuitive case of U.S oil and gas. Management International Review, doi:10.1007/s11575-018-0374-y

States burdened with conflict have been considered to be undesirable destinations for foreign direct investment (FDI) due to, inter alia, political instability, regulatory unpredictability, and expropriation risk. However, we develop an alternative v... Read More

Riding the Wave of Belt and Road Initiative in Servitization: Lessons from China (2019)
Journal Article
Hua Tan, K., Guojun, J., Chung, L., Wang, C. H., Chiu, A., & Tseng, M. L. (2019). Riding the Wave of Belt and Road Initiative in Servitization: Lessons from China. International Journal of Production Economics, 211, 15-21. doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2019.01.027

In light of increasing demand in services, manufacturers are moving further downstream in order to interact and respond to customers' needs more effectively. Several authors have proposed servitization models based on the product service system (PSS)... Read More

CSR Communication Research: A Theoretical-cum-methodological Perspective from Semiotics (2019)
Journal Article
Yekini, K., Omoteso, K., & Adegbite, E. (in press). CSR Communication Research: A Theoretical-cum-methodological Perspective from Semiotics. Business and Society,

Despite the proliferation of studies on corporate social responsibility (CSR) communication, there is a lack of consensus and a cardinal methodological base for research on the quality of CSR communication. Over the decades, studies in this space hav... Read More

A vineyard in a law clinic: the practical application of a therapeutic jurisprudence philosophy in a UK law clinic (2019)
Journal Article
Marson, J., Ferris, K., & Kawalek, A. (in press). A vineyard in a law clinic: the practical application of a therapeutic jurisprudence philosophy in a UK law clinic. Singapore Journal of Legal Studies,

In late 2015, the British Red Cross approached the lead author. It was increasingly evident that given the austerity-driven political agenda of the UK government in cutting public funding to advisory services, coupled with the developing refugee cris... Read More

Service innovation through resource integration: an empirical examination of the co-created value using telehealth services (2019)
Journal Article
Go Jefferies, J., Bishop, S., & Hibbert, S. (2019). Service innovation through resource integration: an empirical examination of the co-created value using telehealth services. Public Policy and Administration, doi:10.1177/0952076718822715

Scholars, policymakers and practitioners recognise the potential to improve public services through active citizen involvement and much research has examined the formal opportunities to 'co-produce' changes in the structures and cultures of public se... Read More