|College||Westminster Business School|
|Head||Dr Vincent Rich|
Goodacre, H. 2008. "From Petty to Ricardo up to Sraffa". Review article on The wealth of ideas: a history of economic thought by Alessandro Roncaglia. Cambridge University Press, 2005. pp. xiv, 582. Economic Issues. 13 (1), pp. 106-108.
Knowles, D. 2005. "In the eye of the beholder": women entrepreneurs' measures and sources of success. BAM 2005: Challenges of Organizations in Global Markets. Oxford, UK 13-15 Sep 2005
Shortland, S. 2016. "Isn’t it just all hard hats and remote rigs?" Women pursuing oil and gas exploration expatriate careers via rotational assignments. London Metropolitan Staff Development: Research & Scholarship Conference by Guildhall School of Business and Law: The contribution of research to internationalisation and change. London 23 Jun 2016
Knowles, D. 2005. "Torn between the two": work/life balance of women small business owners. Gender, Work and Organisation: 4th International Interdisciplinary Conference. Keele, UK 22-24 Jun 2005
Mansi, A. 2006. "You are where you sit": the office pecking order. Business Life.
Clarke, L. and Wall, C. 2009. 'A woman's place is where she wants to work': barriers to the entry and retention of women into the skilled building trades. Scottish Labour History. 44, pp. 16-39.
Winch, C. and Clarke, L. 2003. 'Front-loaded' vocational education versus lifelong learning: a critique of current UK government policy. Oxford Review of Education. 29 (2), pp. 239-252. https://doi.org/10.1080/0305498032000080701
Wall, C., Clarke, L., Michielsens, E. and Snijders, S. 2015. 'Raising the bar’ for the representation of women in the construction workforce. London University of Westminster with University of Loughborough.
Patel, Z. 2019. 'Talent Management Practices in Organisations' - Personal Perspective. Third Research Network Conference: ‘Research Matters’. University of Westminster 18 Jun 2019
Anteric, M. and Clarke, R. 2009. (British) anthropological tourism in Slovenia 1932-2007. Anthropological Notebooks. 15 (1), pp. 5-25.
Vegeris, S., Smeaton, D. and Sahin-Dikmen, M. 2010. 50+ back to work evidence review and indicative guide for secondary data analysis. Norwich Department for Work and Pensions.
Dorsett, R. 2020. A Bayesian structural time series analysis of the effect of basic income on crime: evidence from the Alaska Permanent Fund. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A. https://doi.org/10.1111/rssa.12619
Sahin-Dikmen, M. 2014. A Bourdieusian Lens onto Professions, A Case Study of Architecture. PhD thesis University of York
Knowles, D. 2017. A Day in the Life of ... Ulysses in Dublin. European Group for Organizational Studies. Copenhagen, Denmark 05 - 08 Jul 2017
Clarke, L. 2005. A European skills framework? - but what are skills? Anglo-Saxon versus German concepts. Second International Conference on Training, Employability and Employment (CTEE). Prato, Italy 22-23 Sep 2005
Wall, C., Clarke, L. and Michielsens, E. 1997. A fair day's work: women in direct labour organisations. London Women and Manual Trades.
Sahin-Dikmen, M. 2019. A field lens onto Architectural Practice: the grand and the mundane. 14th European Sociological Association Conference. Manchester 19 - 23 Aug 2019
Harding, R. (ed.) 2008. A great and glorious victory: the Battle of Trafalgar conference papers. Barnsley Seaforth.
Ponis, S.T. and Koronis, E. 2012. A Knowledge Management Process-Based Approach to Support Corporate Crisis Management. Knowledge & Process Management. 19 (3), pp. 148-159. https://doi.org/10.1002/kpm.1390
Shortland, S. 2005. A moving experience. Relocate. Summer 2005, pp. 24-26.
Dorsett, R. and Robins, P.K. 2014. A Multi-Level Analysis of the Impacts of Services Provided By the UK Employment Retention and Advancement Demonstration. Evaluation Review. 37 (2), pp. 63-108. https://doi.org/10.1177/0193841X13517383
Ñíguez, T.M. and Perote, J. 2011. A New Proposal for Computing Portfolio Value-at-Risk for Semi-nonparametric Distributions. International Journal of Mathematics and Computers in Simulation . 5 (2), pp. 85-92.
Wang, Y. 2008. A panel study of young Chinese students’ learning experiences in a UK business school from a Chinese cultural perspective. 7th Annual Westminster Learning and Teaching Symposium: Enhancing Learning. Marylebone 2 July 2008
Ponis, S.T., Tatsiopoulos, I.P., Vagenas, G. and Koronis, E. 2007. A process-based Knowledge Management framework supported by ARIS Enterprise Modelling architecture. International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies. 1 (2), pp. 168-187. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJASS.2007.015587
Barzin, S., D'Costa, S. and Graham, D. 2018. A Pseudo-Panel Approach to Estimating Dynamic Effects of Road Infrastructure on Firm Performance in a Developing Country Context. Regional Science and Urban Economics. 70, pp. 20-34. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.regsciurbeco.2018.02.002
Croucher, R., Kelly, M.G.E. and Miles, L. 2012. A Rawlsian basis for core labour rights. Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal. 33 (2), pp. 297-320.
Ponis, S.T. and Koronis, E. 2005. A Reference Model for Human Supply Chain Integration: an Interdisciplinary Approach. in: Bernus, P. and Fox, M. (ed.) Knowledge Sharing in the Integrated Enterprise: Interoperability Strategies for the Enterprise Architect Boston Springer. pp. 183-192
Anders, J. and Dorsett, R. 2017. A review of the matching process for the impact analysis of the HMP Peterborough Social Impact Bond.
Dalton, K. and Bingham, C. 2017. A Social Institutionalist Perspective on HR Diffusion: Histrorical and Cultural Receptivity to HRM in a Post-Comminist Context. International Journal of Human Resource Management. 28 (6), pp. 825-851. https://doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2016.1173083
van der Meer, M., Clarke, L., Michielsens, E. and Miller, S. 2007. A social or a capabilities model? Approaches to disability in the construction and health sectors in Britain and the Netherlands compared. SASE 19th Annual Meeting on Socio-Economics. Copenhagen Business School, Denmark 28 - 30 Jun 2007
Viney, H. and Ghobadian, A. 2008. A stakeholder identification and salience theory for non-traditional operating modes. British Academy of Management Conference 2008 (BAM2008). Majestic Hotel, Harrogate 9 - 11 Sep 2008
Koronis, E. and Ponis, S. 2018. A Strategic Approach to Crisis Management and Organizational Resilience. Journal of Business Strategy. 39 (1), pp. 32-42. https://doi.org/10.1108/JBS-10-2016-0124
Cacciolatti, L. and Wan, T. 2012. A study of small business owners’ personal characteristics and the use of marketing information in the food and drink industry: a resource-based perspective. International Journal on Food System Dynamics. 3 (2), pp. 171-184.
Harding, R. 2006. A tale of two sieges, Gibraltar 1726-7 and 1779-8. in: Riley, R. (ed.) Gibraltar as a naval base and dockyard (Transactions of the Eighth Annual Conference held at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, April 2004) Portsmouth Naval Dockyards Society.
Miles, L., Lewis, S., Endut, N., Ying, K., Lai, W.T. and Mat Yasin, S. 2019. A Toolkit for Women Migrant Workers' Empowerment in Malaysia: Meeting Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs. Centre for Research on Women and Gender (KANITA), USM.
Hibbert, V. and Baker, S. 1995. A Woman’s Guide to Managing Men. Bowerdean Publishing.
Lister, J. and Waddington, K. 2014. Academic-practitioner knowledge sharing inside higher education institutions. London Leadership Foundation for Higher Education.
Urwin, P.J. 2011. Access to the legal profession. in: Webster, M. (ed.) Diversity League Table 2011: a demographic survey of the legal profession. 6th edition London Black Solicitors Network.
Chitac, I. and Knowles, D. 2019. Accessing the inaccessible: e-sampling via Facebook (867). British Academy of Management Conference 2019 (BAM 2019). British Academy of Management.
Dhaliwal, S. and Adcroft, A. 2007. Accurate portrayal or lazy stereotype? The changing nature of the Asian business sector in the UK. in: Dowling, M.J. and Schmude, J. (ed.) Empirical entrepreneurship in Europe: new perspectives Cheltenham Edward Elgar. pp. 31-44