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The Everyday Local State? Opening up and closing down informality in local governance
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-05-30)
Fake News in Context: Truth and Untruths
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-06-24)
Fake News appears to be the most modern of social problems. After bursting onto the scene in 2016, spurred in no small part by then Presidential candidate Trump and his commitment to a post-truth style of politics, Fake ...
Where Less is More: Institutional Voids and Business Families in Sub-Saharan Africa
Purpose- The article offers a conceptual interpretation of the role business families play in the institutional context of sub-Saharan Africa, characterised by voids within the formal institutional setting. Responding to ...
Going green, going clean: Lean-green sustainability strategy and firm growth
Despite the widespread recognition of the paybacks of “going green” and “going clean”, limited research has focused on the impact of lean-green strategy on firm growth. In this study, we contribute to strategy and environmental ...
The prospects for environmental accounting and accountability in China
Foucault’s ideas on episteme change are used to help understand change taking place in China from the “industrial civilization” to an “ecological civilization”. If episteme change is taking place this could be reflected ...
Board-CEO friendship ties and firm value: Evidence from US firms
This study examines the impact of board-CEO friendship ties on firm value and explores potential channels through which changes in firm value may be conveyed, based on a sample of 1,696 publicly listed firms in U.S. over ...
Intercultural Entrepreneurship in Creative Place-making
This chapter explores the role of microcultural and intercultural creative entrepreneurship. Taking microcultures as small groups who share a common values, beliefs, behaviours, and heritage, it explores how cultural value ...
“I never needed eyes to see”: Leveraging extreme challenges for successful venture creation
Challenge-based entrepreneurship is a nascent research area that has sought to tackle a longstanding issue of how entrepreneurs may overcome extreme challenges. We seek fresh insights into this issue by researching ...
The Institute for Fiscal Studies Report: English Council Funding: What’s Happened and What’s Next?
The article reviews the recent Institute for Fiscal Studies (IfFS) report, English Council Funding: What’s Happened and What’s Next. The article provides an overview of the main themesand ﬁndings of the report which examines ...
EU aggregate demand as a way out of crisis? Engaging the post-Keynesian critique
Post-Keynesians have delivered an important advance in providing explanations of the Eurozone Crisis, not the least in demonstrating how the formation of the European integration project lacked the means to manage effectively ...