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R. G. Collingwood's overlapping ideas of history (2020)
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Fear, C. (in press). R. G. Collingwood's overlapping ideas of history. Journal of the Philosophy of History, 1-21. https://doi.org/10.1163/18722636-12341437

Does R. G. Collingwood’s meta-philosophical theory that concepts in philosophy are organized as “scales of forms” apply to his own work on the nature of history? Or is there some inconsistency between Collingwood’s work as a philosopher of history an... Read More about R. G. Collingwood's overlapping ideas of history.

Exploring the development of Islamic banking in Nigeria using an actor-network theory perspective (2020)
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Sa'id, H. (2020). Exploring the development of Islamic banking in Nigeria using an actor-network theory perspective. Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research, https://doi.org/10.1108/JIABR-02-2018-0027

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the evolution of Islamic banking in Nigeria. Design/methodology/approach – The paper adopts a qualitative approach using 25 semi-structured interviews together with documentary analysis in order t... Read More about Exploring the development of Islamic banking in Nigeria using an actor-network theory perspective.

Spatial Scale and Product Mix Economies in U.S. Banking with Simultaneous Spillover Regimes (2019)
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Glass, A. J., Kenjegaliev, A., & Kenjegalieva, K. (2019). Spatial Scale and Product Mix Economies in U.S. Banking with Simultaneous Spillover Regimes. European journal of operational research, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejor.2019.12.036

The literature on bank scale economies focuses on the familiar type of returns to scale that are internal to the firm. Using a spatial approach, we analyze returns to scale for banks that are made up of external (i.e., spillover) economies. We extend... Read More about Spatial Scale and Product Mix Economies in U.S. Banking with Simultaneous Spillover Regimes.

Intraday time-series momentum: Evidence from China (2019)
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Jin, M., Kearney, F., Li, Y., & Yang, Y. C. (in press). Intraday time-series momentum: Evidence from China. Journal of Futures Markets, https://doi.org/10.1002/fut.22084

This study conducts an investigation of intraday time‐series momentum across four Chinese commodity futures contracts: copper, steel, soybean, and soybean meal. Our results indicate that the first half‐hour return positively predicts the last half‐ho... Read More about Intraday time-series momentum: Evidence from China.

Learning in and from projects: The learning modes and a learning capability model (2019)
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Eltigani, A., Paul, G., Richard, K., Terry, W., Ou, L., & Calabrese, A. (in press). Learning in and from projects: The learning modes and a learning capability model. Production planning & control, https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2019.1690175

The notion of ‘project delivery’ is well embedded in and across the management and organisational sciences literature – generating a narrative that reflects and recognises the instrumental nature of projects and programmes in strategy execution. Pro... Read More about Learning in and from projects: The learning modes and a learning capability model.

‘The play’s the thing’: A creative collaboration to investigate lived experiences in an urban community garden (2019)
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Black, Y. (in press). ‘The play’s the thing’: A creative collaboration to investigate lived experiences in an urban community garden. Management Learning, https://doi.org/10.1177/1350507619886209

Presenting the backstage story of a non-traditional qualitative research project, I illustrate how a creative approach can stimulate participant dialogue and encourage researcher reflexivity. Working with an award-winning playwright and the staff and... Read More about ‘The play’s the thing’: A creative collaboration to investigate lived experiences in an urban community garden.

Research-based clinical legal education: a contradiction in terms or a win-win? Lessons from a UK pilot study. (2019)
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Whitehouse, L. (in press). Research-based clinical legal education: a contradiction in terms or a win-win? Lessons from a UK pilot study. International journal of clinical legal education,

This article provides an account of a project (funded by the Ferens Education Trust) which is designed to enhance clinical legal education (CLE) provision within my own institution, develop networks with local stakeholders, promote civic engagement,... Read More about Research-based clinical legal education: a contradiction in terms or a win-win? Lessons from a UK pilot study..

Participative co-creation of archaeological heritage: Case insights on creative tourism in Alentejo, Portugal (2019)
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Ross, D., & Saxena, G. (2019). Participative co-creation of archaeological heritage: Case insights on creative tourism in Alentejo, Portugal. Annals of Tourism Research, 79, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2019.102790

This paper focuses on the creative ingenuity of tourism providers in storying and providing varied readings of archaeological sites that have been physically lost. In conceptualising providers' efforts in mobilising (in)tangible aspects of archaeolog... Read More about Participative co-creation of archaeological heritage: Case insights on creative tourism in Alentejo, Portugal.

Mortgage possession at a crossroads: which way should we turn? (2019)
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Whitehouse, L. (2019). Mortgage possession at a crossroads: which way should we turn?. Conveyancer and property lawyer, 83(3), 227-249

The unification of the regulation of first and second mortgages in 2016 has raised the question as to the appropriate route for possession claims: is it the Administration of Justice Act 1970 or the Consumer Credit Act 1974? In making the case for th... Read More about Mortgage possession at a crossroads: which way should we turn?.

A fractional cointegration VAR analysis of Islamic stocks: A global perspective (2019)
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Salisu, A. A., Ndako, U. B., Adediran, I. A., & Swaray, R. (2019). A fractional cointegration VAR analysis of Islamic stocks: A global perspective. North American journal of economics and finance, 101056. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.najef.2019.101056

In this study, we analyse the behaviour of Islamic stocks from a global perspective covering an array of regional Islamic stock markets. Both the fractional integration and fractional cointegration techniques are employed. Thus, we are able to establ... Read More about A fractional cointegration VAR analysis of Islamic stocks: A global perspective.

Visualizing the terror threat. The impact of communicating security information to the general public using infographics and motion graphics (2019)
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Lonsdale, M. D. S., Lonsdale, D., Baxter, M., Graham, R., Kanafani, A., Li, A., & Peng, C. (2019). Visualizing the terror threat. The impact of communicating security information to the general public using infographics and motion graphics. Visible language, 53(2), 37-71

Terrorism represents one of the most pressing contemporary security threats. As a consequence, governments provide information to the public on threat levels and on how to respond to terror incidents. To effectively reassure the public, and to increa... Read More about Visualizing the terror threat. The impact of communicating security information to the general public using infographics and motion graphics.

Political skill and role overload as antecedents of innovative work behavior in the public sector (2019)
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Clarke, N., & Higgs, M. (in press). Political skill and role overload as antecedents of innovative work behavior in the public sector. Public Personnel Management, https://doi.org/10.1177/0091026019863450

We draw upon the theory of Conservation of Resources (COR) in positing political skill and role overload as influencing perceptions of either resource loss or conservation not previously studied in innovative work behavior. Based on a survey of 249 j... Read More about Political skill and role overload as antecedents of innovative work behavior in the public sector.

Social media led co-creation of knowledge in developing societies: SME’s roles in the adoption, use and appropriation of smartphones in South Asia (2019)
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Dey, B. L., Sarma, M., Pandit, A., Sarpong, D., Kumari, S., & Punjaisri, K. (2019). Social media led co-creation of knowledge in developing societies: SME’s roles in the adoption, use and appropriation of smartphones in South Asia. Production planning & control, 30(10-12), 1019-1031. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2019.1582106

Social media supports the creative economy through its involvement in the adoption and appropriation of new innovation and accelerates economic growth. The current paper expands on this notion by identifying and analysing the interaction between soci... Read More about Social media led co-creation of knowledge in developing societies: SME’s roles in the adoption, use and appropriation of smartphones in South Asia.

Post-legislative scrutiny in the UK Parliament: adding value (2019)
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Norton, P. (in press). Post-legislative scrutiny in the UK Parliament: adding value. Journal of Legislative Studies, 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1080/13572334.2019.1633778

Legislatures appoint committees for different purposes. Both Houses of the UK Parliament separate legislative committees from non-legislative, or select, committees. Each is unusual in that it utilises select committees to engage in post-legislative... Read More about Post-legislative scrutiny in the UK Parliament: adding value.

Collingwood's New Leviathan and classical elite theory (2019)
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Fear, C. (in press). Collingwood's New Leviathan and classical elite theory. History of European ideas, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1080/01916599.2019.1628582

R. G. Collingwood's New Leviathan (1942) presents an account of two ‘dialectical’ political processes that are ongoing in any body politic. Existing scholarship has already covered the first: a dialectic between a ‘social’ and a ‘non-social’ element,... Read More about Collingwood's New Leviathan and classical elite theory.

Does relative strength in corporate governance improve corporate performance? Empirical evidence using MCDA approach (2019)
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Guney, Y., Hernandez-Perdomo, E., & Rocco, C. M. (in press). Does relative strength in corporate governance improve corporate performance? Empirical evidence using MCDA approach. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 1-26. https://doi.org/10.1080/01605682.2019.1621216

Academics and practitioners have developed different constructs to quantify corporate governance quality. Despite the limitations of the existing measures, they are still being commonly used. The literature finds that the relationship between perform... Read More about Does relative strength in corporate governance improve corporate performance? Empirical evidence using MCDA approach.

Divided by values: Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party and England's 'North-South Divide' (2019)
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Beech, M., & Hickson, K. (in press). Divided by values: Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party and England's 'North-South Divide'. Revue Française de Civilisation Britannique, 24(2),

This article explores the sociocultural divide in England exposed by Brexit. The metaphors of ‘North’ and ‘South’ are used to explain this, where the former is seen as more culturally conservative and the latter as more cosmopolitan. We examine the... Read More about Divided by values: Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party and England's 'North-South Divide'.

The ethical dimension in political market orientation: a framework for evaluating the impact of India’s Look East policy on regional income convergence (2019)
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Choudhury, H., Kopacsi, Z. L., Saxena, G., & Mishra, N. (in press). The ethical dimension in political market orientation: a framework for evaluating the impact of India’s Look East policy on regional income convergence. Journal of business ethics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-019-04169-w

In this paper, we employ what we term as ‘the ethical dimension in political market orientation (PMO)’ framework to underline how an integration of information from relevant stakeholder groups can inform the formulation of market-oriented, yet ethica... Read More about The ethical dimension in political market orientation: a framework for evaluating the impact of India’s Look East policy on regional income convergence.

Racism and hate speech – A critique of Scanlon’s Contractual Theory (2019)
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Cohen-Almagor, R. (2019). Racism and hate speech – A critique of Scanlon’s Contractual Theory. First Amendment Studies, 1-26. https://doi.org/10.1080/21689725.2019.1601579

The First Amendment is an important value in American liberal polity. Under this value, racism, hate speech and offensive speech are protected speech. This article scrutinizes one of the clear representatives of the American liberal polity - Thomas S... Read More about Racism and hate speech – A critique of Scanlon’s Contractual Theory.