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Teach a man to fish : a case study of entrepreneurship education in conflict-ridden Maiduguri, Nigeria
The abduction in April 2014 of more than 250 school girls in Chibok, a small town near Maiduguri Nigeria, drew international attention to the scale of terror unleashed by the dreaded Boko Haram in the region. Stakeholders ...
Transferring Entrepreneurship Education knowledge in a conflict environment : Insights from Boko Haram Heartland
(Institute for Small Business & Entrepreneurship, 2016-10-27)
In this paper we use interview data to demonstrate the efficacy of training as a mechanism of knowledge transfer of entrepreneurship education within a conflict environment. In particular, we found that entrepreneurship ...
Confianza y capital social: evidencia para Mexico
(Economía, Sociedad y Territorio, 2015-01-01)
Improving the ‘manager-clinician’ collaboration for effective healthcare ICT and telemedicine adoption processes – a cohered emergent perspective
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-08-02)
Existing research shows that the adoption of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for healthcare development in developing countries is largely dominated by donor and international agencies, but the actual ...
The relationship between CSR activity and sales growth in the UK retailing sector
The study examined the relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sales revenue of two retail companies (Marks & Spencer and Tesco) in the UK to understand how CSR activities can influence retail sales ...
The applications of social media in sports marketing
n the era of big data, sports consumer's activities in social media become valuable assets to sports marketers. In this paper, the authors review extant literature regarding how to effectively use social media to promote ...
Investing in Prevention or Paying for Recovery - Attitudes to Cyber Risk
Broadly speaking an individual can invest time and effort to avoid becoming victim to a cyber attack and/or they can invest resource in recovering from any attack. We introduce a new game called the pre-vention and recovery ...
Financialised Capitalism and Inequality : shareholder value-driven firms, marketised household balance sheets and bubbly financial markets
This chapter covers the relationship between financialisation and inequality by first providing a theoretical understanding of financialised capitalism and then discussing how the behaviour of shareholder value-driven firms ...
Public procurement and small businesses: estranged or engaged?
How do ‘under-represented’ business owners engage with public procurement opportunities? Extant studies tend to offer prescriptions rather than theoretically-guided responses to this question despite the importance of ...
Work intensification and Ambidexterity - the Notions of Extreme and ‘Everyday’ Experiences in Emergency Contexts: Surfacing Dynamics in the Ambulance Service
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-05-23)
Many organizational contexts have experienced radical changes resulting in work intensification. Whilst emergency services face evident ‘macro-extreme’ challenges (emergencies, major traumas) employees also experience ...