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Scenario planning with a sociological eye : augmenting the intuitive logics approach to understanding the future of Scotland and the UK
(2017-11) - Journal article
This paper draws on a social theory-informed understanding of causality to illustrate how notions of agent–structure interactions can enhance the intuitive logics (IL) approach to scenario planning. It incorporates concepts ...
Potential users’ perceptions of general purpose water accounting reports.
(2017-09-18) - Journal item
Good practice or positive action? Using Q methodology to identify competing views on improving gender equality in academic medicine
(2017-08-22) - Journal article
OBJECTIVES: The number of women entering medicine has increased significantly, yet women are still under-represented at senior levels in academic medicine. To support the gender equality action plan at one School of Medicine, ...
Killing me softly : myth in pharmaceutical advertising
(2004-12-18) - Journal article
Body art as branded labour : at the intersection of employee selection and relationship marketing
(2017-09-01) - Journal article
Using mixed methods, this paper examines the role of body art as a form of branded labour in customer-facing jobs. It brings together employee selection and relationship marketing into one framework, and uniquely conceptualizes ...
Enacting corporate governance of health care safety and quality : a dramaturgy of hospital boards in England
(2016-02) - Journal article
The governance of patient safety is a challenging concern for all health systems. Yet, while the role of executive boards receives increased scrutiny, the area remains theoretically and methodologically underdeveloped. ...
Relational leadership, storytelling and narratives : practices of local government chief executives
(2017-07) - Journal article
This article examines the storytelling and narrative practices of an elite group of public administrators in the United Kingdom: local government chief executives. The authors do so through the lens of relationality, ...
It's not what you do, it's the way that you do it? Of method and madness
(2015-11) - Journal article
This short essay takes the opportunity presented by the paper by Patten (in this issue)1 to enter the debate concerning the relative pros and cons of quantitative versus qualitative research methods. Too often, this is a ...
Does debt affect health? : Cross country evidence on the debt-health nexus
(2015-04) - Journal article
We investigate the relationship between aggregate household debt and aggregate health outcomes across 17 European countries over the period 1995 to 2012. Using a dataset of country-level standardized and objective measures ...
Shareholder protection, income inequality and social health : a proposed research agenda
(2017-09) - Journal article
This paper develops a proposed research agenda in order to highlight how corporate governance, accounting and company law are relevant to the consideration of income inequality and wider social health. To illustrate this ...