Liverpool Business School academic staff

Latest Publications

  • Papagiannis F. 2017. Chapter Title: An Ontologically innovative Design of CSR Strategies: Enabling Value added Institutional Collaborations. (13 vols.). Palgrave MacMillan. doi>
  • Sparrow P and Otaye-Ebede LE. 2017. HRM and productivity. In A Research Agenda for Human Resource Management. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Groves CJ. 2017. Assessing entrepreneurs: Is it possible to pick a winner?. British Psychological Society Division of Occupational Psychology Conference. Liverpool, UK.
  • Kelly PP. 2017. Business Management in Practice. (12 vols.). Icsa Publishing Limited. link>
  • Scaraboto D, Ferreira MC, Chung E. 2016. Materials matter: An exploration of the curatorial practices of consumers as collectors. Research in Consumer Behavior, vol. 18, 219-243. Materials Matter_Scaraboto_Ferreira_Chung.pdf doi>
  • Kok SK. 2016. Departmental Dynamics – Examining how best to develop academic careers.
  • Beigi M and Shirmohammadi M. Qualitative Research on Work-Family in the Management Field: A Review. Applied Psychology: An International Review. Qualitative Research on Work-Family in the Management Field- A Review.pdf
  • Mynott GJ. 2016. Personal tutoring: positioning practice in relation to policy. Innovations in Practice, vol. 10(2), 103-112.
  • Ali F, Malik A, Pereira V, Al Ariss A. 2016. A relational understanding of work-life balance of Muslim migrant women in the west: future research agenda. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1-19. Ali and colleague work life balance - IJHRM draft[1].pdf doi>
  • Wongweeranonchai P and McClelland RJ. 2016. The Influence of Perceived Celebrity Endorser Credibility in Advertising on Purchase Intention of Thai Consumers. Journal of Communication and Innovation, vol. 3(2). The Influence of Perceived Celebrity Endorser Credibility in Advertising on Purchase Intention of Thai Consumers.pdf link>

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