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How AI encourages consumers to share their secrets? The role of anthropomorphism, personalisation, and privacy concerns and avenues for future research (2023)
Journal Article
Kronemann, B., Kizgin, H., Rana, N., & Dwivedi, Y. K. (2023). How AI encourages consumers to share their secrets? The role of anthropomorphism, personalisation, and privacy concerns and avenues for future research. Spanish Journal of Marketing - ESIC, https://doi.org/10.1108/SJME-10-2022-0213

Purpose: This paper aims to explore the overall research question “How can artificial intelligence (AI) influence consumer information disclosure?”. It considers how anthropomorphism of AI, personalisation and privacy concerns influence consumers’ at... Read More about How AI encourages consumers to share their secrets? The role of anthropomorphism, personalisation, and privacy concerns and avenues for future research.

Knowing One's Place: Community and Class in the Industrial Suburbs of Leeds during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (2022)
Book
Pearson, R. (in press). Knowing One's Place: Community and Class in the Industrial Suburbs of Leeds during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Leeds: Thoresby Society

This book offers the first comprehensive account of all aspects of life in the industrial out-townships of Leeds, including their social, economic, political, religious, educational and cultural histories, during their period of transition from eight... Read More about Knowing One's Place: Community and Class in the Industrial Suburbs of Leeds during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries.

Governing Multi-Sectorial Partnerships in Emergencies: The Case of the Uganda COVID-19 Task Force (2022)
Book Chapter
Onyoin, M., Galimaka, D. B., & Nabatanzi, A. K. (2022). Governing Multi-Sectorial Partnerships in Emergencies: The Case of the Uganda COVID-19 Task Force. In K. Ogunyemi, & A. I. Onaga (Eds.), Responsible Management of Shifts in Work Modes – Values for a Post Pandemic Future, Volume 1 (43-59). Bingley: Emerald. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80262-719-020221004

Cross sector collaboration, particularly the use of Multi-Sectorial Partnerships, has recently developed as a crucial element of efforts to deliver and improve public service outcomes across developing countries. Yet for collaborations initiated to r... Read More about Governing Multi-Sectorial Partnerships in Emergencies: The Case of the Uganda COVID-19 Task Force.

Role of Sundarbans bagh bidhwa entrepreneurs in tourism (2022)
Journal Article
Rajoana, J., & Saxena, G. (2022). Role of Sundarbans bagh bidhwa entrepreneurs in tourism. Annals of Tourism Research, 97, Article 103486. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2022.103486

This study sheds light on the role bagh bidhwa (tiger widow) entrepreneurs play in engendering sustainable rural tourism in the Sundarbans area of Bangladesh. According to the data collected in 2017 by author from the Bangladesh Forest Department, an... Read More about Role of Sundarbans bagh bidhwa entrepreneurs in tourism.

'I'm not Doing It for the Company' -Examining Employee Volunteering Through Employees' Eyes (2022)
Journal Article
Cook, J., Burchell, J., Thiery, H., & Roy, T. (in press). 'I'm not Doing It for the Company' -Examining Employee Volunteering Through Employees' Eyes. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, https://doi.org/10.1177/08997640221114309

This article contributes to research on Employee Volunteering (EV) by focusing on the experiences of individuals in order to address the current over-emphasis upon collective organisational outcomes. Drawing on qualitative research with employees and... Read More about 'I'm not Doing It for the Company' -Examining Employee Volunteering Through Employees' Eyes.

Playing to the audience? Multilevel interactions between stakeholders and institutions around CSR in Bangladesh (2022)
Journal Article
Roy, T., Burchell, J., & Cook, J. (in press). Playing to the audience? Multilevel interactions between stakeholders and institutions around CSR in Bangladesh. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, https://doi.org/10.1108/AAAJ-11-2019-4229

Purpose: While corporate social responsibility (CSR) research and practice has expanded and evolved rapidly in recent years, little is known about how MNC subsidiaries develop their CSR strategies and how they reconcile global and local demands and p... Read More about Playing to the audience? Multilevel interactions between stakeholders and institutions around CSR in Bangladesh.

Portfolio Entrepreneurs: The role of risk (2022)
Book Chapter
Malfense Fierro, A., & Rosa, P. (2022). Portfolio Entrepreneurs: The role of risk. In D. Lingelbach (Ed.), De Gruyter Handbook of Entrepreneurial Finance (75-85). Berlin: De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110726312

Financial portfolio theory suggests that diversifying through establishing a group of businesses may be an important mechanism to manage and spread risk, but empirical entrepreneurship research on portfolio entrepreneurship has failed to adequately i... Read More about Portfolio Entrepreneurs: The role of risk.

Advertising Benefits from Ethical Artificial Intelligence Algorithmic Purchase Decision Pathways (2022)
Journal Article
Rodgers, W., & Nguyen, T. (2022). Advertising Benefits from Ethical Artificial Intelligence Algorithmic Purchase Decision Pathways. Journal of Business Ethics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-022-05048-7

Artificial intelligence (AI) has dramatically changed the way organizations communicate, understand, and interact with their potential consumers. In the context of this trend, the ethical considerations of advertising when applying AI should be the c... Read More about Advertising Benefits from Ethical Artificial Intelligence Algorithmic Purchase Decision Pathways.

Delusions of Competence: The Near-Death of Lloyd’s of London 1970 - 2002 (2022)
Book
Pearson, R. (2022). Delusions of Competence: The Near-Death of Lloyd’s of London 1970 - 2002. Champaign Illinois: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-94088-1

Rapid structural change resulting from system collapse is less common in insurance than in the history of other financial institutions. One exception was the crisis at the Lloyd’s insurance market in the late twentieth century. Hitherto, explanations... Read More about Delusions of Competence: The Near-Death of Lloyd’s of London 1970 - 2002.

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