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Developing a business analytics methodology: a case study in the foodbank sector (2017)
Journal Article
Hindle, G. A., & Vidgen, R. (2018). Developing a business analytics methodology: a case study in the foodbank sector. European journal of operational research, 268(3), 836-851. doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2017.06.031

The current research seeks to address the following question: how can organizations align their business analytics development projects with their business goals? To pursue this research agenda we adopt an action research framework to develop and app... Read More

Safety cameras and road accidents: effectiveness in local authority areas in England (2011)
Journal Article
Hindle, G. A., & Hindle, T. (2011). Safety cameras and road accidents: effectiveness in local authority areas in England. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 62(7), 1181-1188. https://doi.org/10.1057/jors.2010.43

Safety cameras have been central to strategy for improving road safety in the UK (and other countries) over the past decade and a National Safety Camera (NSC) programme was introduced in the year 2000 to fund and guide the expansion of camera sites.... Read More

Developing geographical indicators of mileage-related costs: a case study exploring travelling public services in English local areas (2010)
Journal Article
Hindle, G. A., & Hindle, A. (2010). Developing geographical indicators of mileage-related costs: a case study exploring travelling public services in English local areas. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 61(5), 714-722. https://doi.org/10.1057/jors.2009.21

The context of this study is the public sector provision of services involving travelling in local authority areas in England. Such travelling services are costly and the relative levels of these costs across different local areas have raised a numbe... Read More

Combining problem structuring methods to conduct applied research: a mixed methods approach to studying fitness-to-drive in the UK (2009)
Journal Article
Hindle, G. A., & Franco, L. A. (2009). Combining problem structuring methods to conduct applied research: a mixed methods approach to studying fitness-to-drive in the UK. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 60(12), 1637-1648. https://doi.org/10.1057/jors.2008.125

This paper describes a mixed methods approach using problem structuring methods to conduct applied research into fitness-to-drive arrangements within the UK Department for Transport. Computer-supported group causal mapping was used to collect and str... Read More

Modelling and assessing local area differences in road casualties: a case study in England (2009)
Journal Article
Hindle, G. A., Hindle, G., Hindle, T., & Souli, S. (2009). Modelling and assessing local area differences in road casualties: a case study in England. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 60(6), 781-788. https://doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.jors.2602623

The context of this research is the governmental targeting of road casualty reductions in England. Local authorities have a major role to play in achieving such targets and this research explores the relationships between road casualties and local au... Read More

Research on Additional Costs of Teaching in NHS Scotland Report for Standing Committee on Resource Allocation Act Sub-Group Final Report (2003)
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Hindle, G. (2003). Research on Additional Costs of Teaching in NHS Scotland Report for Standing Committee on Resource Allocation Act Sub-Group Final Report

This report sets out the findings of a research project commissioned to inform the Standing Committee of Resource Allocation in NHSScotland on the quantum of funding required by NHS Boards to support undergraduate medical teaching (and the medical te... Read More

Estimating travel-related effects of population distribution in the provision of domicilliary care to the elderly as a basis for improved PSS funding decisions (2002)
Report
Hindle, G. (2002). Estimating travel-related effects of population distribution in the provision of domicilliary care to the elderly as a basis for improved PSS funding decisions

This project was concerned with identifying the contribution to the costs of home care and day centre provision of geographical and spatial factors. Generally the quantum of costs influenced in this way has been seriously underestimated in previous w... Read More