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Hollocks, B., 2005. Assessing Simulation Learning in Higher Education. In: 2005 Winter Simulation Conference. Proceedings, 4- 7 Dec 2005, Hilton at the Walt Disney Resort, Orlando, Florida, pp. 2297-2303.
Sayce, S., 2005. Gender change? Locked into industrial relations and Bourdieu. Employee Relations, 28 (5), pp. 468-482.
Eng, T.-Y., 2005. The Influence of a Firm’s Cross-Functional Orientation on Supply Chain Performance. Journal of Supply Chain Management, 41 (4), pp. 4-16.
Kiely, J. and Armistead, C. G., 2005. Regional learning networks: the reality. Knowledge and Process Management, 12 (4), pp. 237-246.
Tattersall, A. M., 2005. Living and studying in the UK - a comparative study of Taiwanese and Mainland Chinese University students. In: The Chinese and South East Asian Learner: The Transition to UK Higher Education, 14-15 September 2005, Southampton Solent University. (Unpublished)
Eng, T.-Y., 2005. An Empirical Analysis of the Influence of Cross-Relational Impacts of Strategy Analysis on Relationship Performance in a Business Network Context. Journal of Strategic Marketing, 13 (3), pp. 219-237.
Bobeva, M., 2005. A Framework for Information Architecture for Business Networks. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.
Kim, J.-Y., Wong, V. and Eng, T.-Y., 2005. Product Variety Strategy for Improving New Product Development Proficiencies. Technovation, 25 (9), pp. 1001-1015.
Saha, M. and Darnton, G., 2005. Green companies or green con-panies: are companies really green, or are they pretending to be? Business and Society Review, 110 (2), pp. 117-157.
Darnton, G., 2005. Information Warfare, Revolutions in Military Affairs and International Law. Journal of Information Warfare, 4, pp. 1-20.
Eng, T.-Y., 2005. Conceptualization of Strategy in Business Networks: An Assessment. Journal of Marketing Channels, 13 (1), pp. 79-92.
Joseph, M., Sekhon, Y.K., Stone, G. and Tinson, J., 2005. An exploratory study on the use of banking technology in the UK: a ranking of importance of selected technology on consumer perception of service delivery performance. International Journal of Bank Marketing, 23 (5), pp. 397-413.
Kiely, J., 2005. Emotions in business-to-business service relationships. The Service Industries Journal, 25 (3), pp. 373-390.
Sekhon, Y.K. and Szmingin, I., 2005. Conceptualizing ethnicity & acculturation of second generation Asian Indians in Britain. Academy of Marketing Science Review, 9 (4), pp. 1-18.
Joseph, M., Allbright, D., Stone, G., Sekhon, Y.K. and Tinson, J., 2005. Importance-performance analysis of UK and US bank customer perceptions of service delivery technologies. International Journal of Financial Services Management, 1 (1), pp. 66-88.
Darnton, G., 2005. Content analysis as a tool of information warfare. Journal of Information Warfare, 4 (2), pp. 1-2.
Koutra, C., 2005. Cultural Heritage, Destination Competitiveness and Sustainability Model in LDC’s: From Theory to Action A case of Ghana. Project Report. UNWTO.
Ghosh, S. and Bertisen, M., 2005. E-business networking - a critical review. In: British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference, 13-15 Sept 2005, Oxford. (Unpublished)
Eng, T.-Y., 2005. The Effects of Learning on Relationship Value in a Business Network Context. Journal of Business-to-Business Marketing, 12 (4), pp. 67-101.
Ghosh, S. and Garrathy, S., 2005. Evaluation of customer experiences in sales and after sales: a case study within a Mercedes Benz dealership in the UK. In: EUROMA 2005, 19-22 June 2005, Budapest, Hungary. (Unpublished)
Hollocks, B., 2005. Information Systems Strategy in an SME – A Case Study in a Not-For-Profit Organisation. In: International Conference of the Information Resource Management Association : Managing Modern Organizations with Information Technology, 15-18 May 2005, San Diego, California. (Unpublished)
Darnton, G., 2005. Information warfare and international law. Journal of Information Warfare, 4 (1).
Eng, T.-Y. and Niininen, O., 2005. An Integrative Approach to Diagnosing Service Quality of Public Parks. Journal of Services Marketing, 19 (2), pp. 70-80.
Kiely, J., Armistead, C. G., Donnelly, E. and Ford, T., 2005. Making a Difference? Union Learning Representatives and the Learning Agenda. In: British Academy of Management conference, 13-15th Sept 2005, Oxford. (Unpublished)
Bobeva, M. and Day, J., 2005. Managing Delphi Studies: a decision-making toolkit. In: Remenyi, D. and Cass, A., eds. Proceedings of the 4th European Conference on Research Methods in Business and Management Studies. Paris, France: Universite Paris-Dauphine, pp. 55-66.
Lange, T., 2005. Measuring the Quality of Academic Research in Business and Management: Empirical Evidence, Disciplinary Traditions and Cultural Perspectives. In: Fifth International Symposium on Multinational Business Management, 4-7 May 2005, Nanjing University, China. (Unpublished)
Day, J., 2005. Organisational change and the motivation of IT professionals. In: 12th International Conference on IT evaluation, September 2005, Turku, Finland. (Unpublished)
Donnelly, E. and Dunn, S., 2005. Policy Discretion for Transforming States? South Africa and its Negotiated Revolution. In: ‘Worlds of Employment’: 13th International Employment Relations Association Annual Conference (IERA), 26-29 June 2005, Aalborg University, Denmark. (Unpublished)
Hollocks, B., 2005. Relating Business Process Automation to Workgroup Computing. In: International Conference of the Information Resource Management Association : Managing Modern Organizations with Information Technology, 15-18 May 2005, San Diego, California. (Unpublished)
Philipsen, K., Damgaard, T. and Johnsen, R., 2005. Suppliers' opportunity enactment through the development of valuable capabilities. In: 21st IMP Conference, 1-3 September, 2005, Rotterdam, Holland. (Unpublished)
Lange, T., 2005. A Theory of the Firm Only a Microeconomist Could Love? A Microeconomist's Reply to Lubatkin's Critique of Agency Theory. Journal of Management Inquiry, 14 (4), pp. 404-406.
Day, J. and Bobeva, M., 2005. A generic toolkit for the successful management of Delphi Studies. Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods, 3 (2), pp. 103-117.