DORA (De Montfort Open Research Archive)
DORA (De Montfort Open Research Archive) is De Montfort University's research repository. It forms the primary public and institutional record of DMU research outputs. DORA currently lists over 10,000 items, and the breadth of research at DMU means that these include articles, conference papers, books, book chapters, and other material available in a digital form. The record for each item contains descriptive information as well as, where possible, a version of the final research output. Since January 2009 electronic deposit of PhD theses has also been mandatory and to date over 700 theses are available from DORA.
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INSTITUTIONAL DETERMINANTS AND ENTREPRENEURIAL MINDSETS OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATED YOUTHS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA (Book chapter)The development of entrepreneurial mindsets and engagement, through training and education, has been recognised as one viable way of integrating the youth population into the labour market for economic development. Studies ...
Robust event-based non-intrusive appliance recognition using multi-scale wavelet packet tree and ensemble bagging tree (Article)Providing the user with appliance-level consumption data is the core of each energy efficiency system. To that end, non-intrusive load monitoring is employed for extracting appliance specific consumption data at a low ...
European airline response to the COVID-19 pandemic – contraction, consolidation and future considerations for airline business and management (Article)The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting travel restrictions and fall in consumer demand led to a dramatic and unprecedented reduction in passenger flights across Europe. As borders closed, national Governments advised ...
(Article)The democratic leadership literature emphasises those leadership practices that involve dialogue and communication within the frame of reference of existing organizational structures, discourses and hierarchies. Our ...
(Article)The article sets presents a selective analysis of the UK government's response to the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020.