University of Edinburgh Business School

Publications

Entrepreneurial ecosystems as practices and resources: Resource acquisition and co-production in Edinburgh and Glasgow

Spigel. (2017).

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Seriously personal: The reasons that motivate entrepreneurs to address climate change

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Kaesehage, Leyshon, Ferns and Leyshon. (2017) Journal of Business Ethics. 1-19.

Dr Kathi Kaesehage, ECF - Climate Change and Business Strategy

Managing human resources in international NGOs

Oelberger, Fechter and McWha-Hermann. (2017).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Managing corporate sustainability with a paradoxical lens: Lessons from strategic agility

Ivory and Brooks. (2017) Journal of Business Ethics. 1-15.

Dr Sarah Ivory, Early Career Fellow- Climate Change and Business Strategy

Towards a theory of entrepreneurial ecosystems

Spigel and Harrison. (2017) Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

CAFOD

Mcwha and Jandric. (2017).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Concern Worldwide

Mcwha and Jandric. (2017).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

WaterAid UK

Mcwha and Jandric. (2017).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Mines Advisory Group

Mcwha and Jandric. (2017).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Norwegian Refugee Council

Mcwha and Jandric. (2017).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Project FAIR: Exploring practical pathways for reward fairness in international NGOs

Mcwha, Jandric, Wakefield, Carr, Grund and Moutou. (2017).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Save the Children International

Mcwha and Jandric. (2017).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Meeting its Waterloo? Entrepreneurship, anchor firms and the resilient region

Spigel and Vinodrai. (2017).

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurial ecosystems as practice: Ecosystem engagement strategies in Edinburgh and Glasgow, Scotland

Spigel. (2017).

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Mapping the business systems of 61 major economies: A taxonomy and implications for varieties of capitalism and business systems research

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Witt, Kabbach de Castro, Amaeshi, Mahroum, Bohle and Saez. (2017) Socio-Economic Review. 1-34.

Professor Kenneth Amaeshi, Chair in Business and Sustainable Development and Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

In search for an autographic method

Harwood and Eaves. (2017).

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Struggles at the summits: Discourse coalitions, field boundaries, and the shifting role of business in sustainable development

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Ferns and Amaeshi. (2017) Business & Society. 1-39.

Professor Kenneth Amaeshi, Chair in Business and Sustainable Development and Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

Homeostasis: From metaphor to mechanism in the tech – human relationship

Harwood and Eaves. (2017).

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

‘Affordance’ - what does this mean?

Harwood and Hafezieh. (2017).

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

The cultural embeddedness of regional innovation: A Bourdieuian perspective

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Shearmu, Carrincazeaux and Doloreux. (2016). 88-99.

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Shell Nigeria’s Global Memorandum of Understanding and corporate-community accountability relations: A critical appraisal

Egbon, Idemudia and Amaeshi. (2016) Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal.

Professor Kenneth Amaeshi, Chair in Business and Sustainable Development and Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

The emergence of makerspaces, hackerspaces and fab labs: Dewey’s democratic communities of the 21st Century?

Harwood and Eaves. (2016).

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Bourdieu, culture and the economic geography of practice: Mentorship in Ottawa and Waterloo, Canada

Spigel. (2016) Journal of Economic Geography.

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

VSM and the quest for resilience

Harwood, Tomasella and Vancova. (2016).

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Conceptualising attributional LCA is necessary for resolving methodological issues such as the appropriate form of land use baseline

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Brander. (2016) International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment.

Dr Matthew Brander, Lecturer in Carbon Accounting and Director, MSc Carbon Finance

The VIPLAN methodology In management research

Harwood. (2016).

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Neither principles nor rules: Making corporate governance work in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Nakpodia, Adegbite, Amaeshi and Owolabi. (2016) Journal of Business Ethics.

Professor Kenneth Amaeshi, Chair in Business and Sustainable Development and Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

Developing and governing entrepreneurial ecosystems: The structure of entrepreneurial support programs in Edinburgh, Scotland

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Spigel. (2016) International Journal of Innovation and Regional Development 7 (2). 141-160.

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Networking practices and networking cultures

Spigel. (2016).

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

The co-development of organisation and online technology: 'Tailoring’ The local Destination Marketing Organisation (DMO)

Harwood. (2016).

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Multi-level research into the social: An old wine in an old forgotten bottle?

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Harwood. (2016) 16-01.

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Path dependency, entrepreneurship, and economic resilience in resource-driven economies: Lessons from the Newfoundland Offshore Oil Industry, Canada

Spigel and Brunelle. (2016). 89-108.

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Sub-Saharan Africa

Amaeshi, Okupe and Ismail. (2016) 1. 12-23.

Professor Kenneth Amaeshi, Chair in Business and Sustainable Development and Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

Work psychology: Putting the Human in Humanitarianism

McWha-Hermann. (2015).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Edinburgh's entrepreneurial and support ecosystem

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Spigel. (2015).

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Liquidity and market efficiency in the world's largest carbon market

Ibikunle, Gregoriou, Hoepner and Rhodes. (2015) British Accounting Review.

Dr Gbenga Ibikunle, Senior Lecturer in Financial Markets and Director, MSc Energy Finance & Markets

Making pay fair in the humanitarian and development sector

McWha-Hermann. (2015).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

The world sets new goals: How should I-O psychology respond?

Gloss, Scott, Rupp, Foster, Osicki, Mallory, Sall, Maynard, McWha-Hermann, O'Neill Berry and Reichman. (2015) The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist 53. 130-138.

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Information artefacts in practice: institutional context and self-awareness in enactment of collective affordances

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Eshraghian, Hafezieh and Harwood. (2015).

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Humanitarian Work Psychology and the Global Development Agenda: Introduction

McWha-Hermann, Maynard and Berry. (2015).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Humanitarian Work Psychology and the Millennium Development Goals: Taking Stock and Looking Forward

McWha-Hermann, Berry and Maynard. (2015).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Humanitarian Work Psychology and the Global Development Agenda: Introduction

McWha-Hermann, Maynard and Berry. (2015).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

INFORMATION PRODUCT: HOW INFORMATION CONSUMERS’ PERCEPTION OF ‘FITNESS FOR USE’ CAN BE AFFECTED

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Eshraghian and Harwood. (2015). 34-47.

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Configuring professionalisation: Exploring socio-material arrangements in a voluntary-based sport association

Harwood and Eshraghi. (2015).

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Developing and Governing Entrepreneurial Ecosystems

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Spigel. (2015).

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Did they stay or did they go? Digital talent and ICT anchor firm restructuring in Waterloo region

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Spigel and Vinodrai. (2015).

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Evolution, Entrepreneurship and Lock-in in Resource-Driven Regional Economies

Spigel and Brunelle. (2015).

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

The Relational Dynamics and Governance of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Evidence from Edinburgh

Spigel. (2015).

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Corporate social responsibility in SMEs: A shift from philanthropy to institutional works?

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Amaeshi, Adegbite, Ogbechie, Idemudia, Kan, Issa and Anakwue. (2015) Journal of Business Ethics.

Professor Kenneth Amaeshi, Chair in Business and Sustainable Development and Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

The Cultural Governance of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems

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Spigel. (2015). 767-786.

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

The Influence of Family Ownership on Corporate Social Responsibility: An International Analysis of Publicly Listed Companies

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Rees and Rodionova. (2015) Corporate Governance: an International Review 23 (3). 184-202.

Dr Tatiana Rodionova, Lecturer in Finance and Deputy Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

A proposed model of work, life, and disability management

Cook, Malzer, McWha-Hermann, Livingston, Filiberto and Erickson. (2015).

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Africapitalism: A management idea for business in Africa?

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Amaeshi and Idemudia. (2015) Africa Journal of Mangement 1 (2). 210-223.

Professor Kenneth Amaeshi, Chair in Business and Sustainable Development and Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

The relational organization of entrepreneurial ecosystems

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Spigel. (2015) Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.

Dr Ben Spigel, Chancellor's Fellow and Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

European green mutual fund performance: A comparative analysis with their conventional and black peers

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Ibikunle and Steffen. (2015) Journal of Business Ethics.

Dr Gbenga Ibikunle, Senior Lecturer in Financial Markets and Director, MSc Energy Finance & Markets

The technological transformation of capital markets

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Diaz-Rainey, Ibikunle and Mention. (2015) Technological Forecasting and Social Change.

Dr Gbenga Ibikunle, Senior Lecturer in Financial Markets and Director, MSc Energy Finance & Markets

Price Impact of Block Trades: The Curious Case of Downstairs Trading in the EU Emissions Futures Market

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Ibikunle, Gregoriou and Pandit. (2014) The European Journal of Finance.

Dr Gbenga Ibikunle, Senior Lecturer in Financial Markets and Director, MSc Energy Finance & Markets

Scotland's independence referendum: Your business, your vote

MacKay and Ivory. (2014).

Dr Sarah Ivory, Early Career Fellow- Climate Change and Business Strategy

Determinants of Renewable Energy Growth: A Global Sample Analysis

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Aguirre and Ibikunle. (2014) Energy Policy 69. 374-384.

Dr Gbenga Ibikunle, Senior Lecturer in Financial Markets and Director, MSc Energy Finance & Markets

Institutional Trading in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU-ETS)

Diaz-Rainey, Finegan, Ibikunle and Tulloch. (2014).

Dr Gbenga Ibikunle, Senior Lecturer in Financial Markets and Director, MSc Energy Finance & Markets

Problem Families: the Influence of Family Ownership on Environmental, Social and Governance Rankings

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Rees and Rodionova. (2014).

Dr Tatiana Rodionova, Lecturer in Finance and Deputy Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

Corporate social responsibility in challenging and non-enabling institutional contexts: Do institutional voids matter?

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Amaeshi, Adegbite and Rajwani. (2014) Journal of Business Ethics.

Professor Kenneth Amaeshi, Chair in Business and Sustainable Development and Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

The process of legitimising sustainability within an organisation

Ivory and MacKay. (2014).

Dr Sarah Ivory, Early Career Fellow- Climate Change and Business Strategy

Examining the process of legitimising corporate sustainability within the organisation: Towards a Generalised Legitimising Pathway

Ivory and MacKay. (2014).

Dr Sarah Ivory, Early Career Fellow- Climate Change and Business Strategy

Challenges and opportunities to developing South-North program partnerships

Mcwha, Mji, MacLachlan and Carr. (2014). 17-40.

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Reciprocity as a Way forward for Diversity Management and Corporate Social Responsibility Research

Amaeshi. (2014).

Professor Kenneth Amaeshi, Chair in Business and Sustainable Development and Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

Corporate Social Responsibility and Employee Relations in Africa:: Evidence from the Nigerian Banking Sector

Amaeshi, Adeleye and Amao. (2014).

Professor Kenneth Amaeshi, Chair in Business and Sustainable Development and Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

Governing Carbon through the EU-ETS: Opportunities, Pitfalls and Future Prospects

Ibikunle and Okereke. (2014).

Dr Gbenga Ibikunle, Senior Lecturer in Financial Markets and Director, MSc Energy Finance & Markets

Biography of Data: A Societal Level Perspective On Data Quality

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Eshraghian, Lloyd and Harwood. (2014). 128-140.

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Do Responsible Investment Indices Improve Corporate Social Responsibility? FTSE4Good's Impact on Environmental Management

Mackenzie, Rees and Rodionova. (2013) Corporate Governance: an International Review 21 (5). 495-512.

Dr Tatiana Rodionova, Lecturer in Finance and Deputy Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

An Audit of a UNESCO World Heritage site - the Royal Mile, Edinburgh: a preliminary search for authenticity: Two Years Later

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Harwood. (2013) 13-01.

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Liquidity and Market Efficiency: European Evidence from the World's Largest Carbon Market

Ibikunle. (2013).

Dr Gbenga Ibikunle, Senior Lecturer in Financial Markets and Director, MSc Energy Finance & Markets

Aiding international development: Some fresh perspectives from industrial-organizational psychology

Carr, Eltayeb, MacLachlan, Marai, McAuliffe and McWha. (2013). 490-528.

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Humanitarian work psychology: An emerging community of practice in I-O psychology

Mcwha, Gloss, Godbout, Marai, Abdul-Nasiru, Berry and Thompson. (2013) Cross-Cultural Psychology Bulletin 45/46. 6-16.

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

An inquiry into the logic of sustainability in business

Ivory and MacKay. (2013).

Dr Sarah Ivory, Early Career Fellow- Climate Change and Business Strategy

The Process of Legitimising: How practitioners gain legitimacy for sustainability within their organisation

Ivory. (2013).

Dr Sarah Ivory, Early Career Fellow- Climate Change and Business Strategy

Humanitarian Work Psychology: Concepts to Contributions

McWha-Hermann, Carr, Thompson, Reichman, MacLachlan and Baguma. (2013) SIOP White Paper Series.

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

Fighting Bribery with Gentle Nudging: the Impact of a Responsible Investment Index on Corporate Anti-Bribery Practices

Mackenzie, Rees and Rodionova. (2013).

Dr Tatiana Rodionova, Lecturer in Finance and Deputy Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

Price Discovery and Trading After Hours: New Evidence from the World’s Largest Carbon Exchange

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Ibikunle, Gregoriou and Pandit. (2013) International Journal of the Economics of Business.

Dr Gbenga Ibikunle, Senior Lecturer in Financial Markets and Director, MSc Energy Finance & Markets

The Performativity Turn in Tourism

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Harwood and El-Manstrly. (2012) 12/05.

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

The Management of Change and the Viplan Methodology in Practice

Harwood, S .A. (2012) Journal of the Operational Research Society 63 (6). 748-761.

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

An Audit of a UNESCO World Heritage site - the Royal Mile, Edinburgh: a preliminary search for authenticity

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Harwood and El-Manstrly. (2012) 12_02.

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

'From the spatial to the digital domain': a need for hotelier reconfiguration?

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Harwood and El-Manstrly. (2012) 12_01.

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Liquidity effects on carbon financial instruments in the EU emissions trading scheme: New evidence from the Kyoto commitment phase

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Ibikunle, Gregoriou and Pandit. (2012).

Dr Gbenga Ibikunle, Senior Lecturer in Financial Markets and Director, MSc Energy Finance & Markets

Responsibility and Sustainability: Synonymous, similar, or separate?

Ivory. (2012).

Dr Sarah Ivory, Early Career Fellow- Climate Change and Business Strategy

Corporate Sustainability: A critical review

Ivory and MacKay. (2012).

Dr Sarah Ivory, Early Career Fellow- Climate Change and Business Strategy

Facilitating the process of globally distributed development-focused research teams

Mcwha, Carr and MacLachlan. (2012). 80-102.

Dr Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Early Career Fellow in International Human Resource Management

What type of controlling investors impact on which elements of corporate social responsibility?

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Rees and Rodionova. (2012) Journal of Sustainable Finance and Investment. 1-27.

Dr Tatiana Rodionova, Lecturer in Finance and Deputy Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

Responsible Investment Indices and Corporate Social Responsibility: FTSE4Good’s Effect on Environmental Management

Rodionova. (2012).

Dr Tatiana Rodionova, Lecturer in Finance and Deputy Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

Corporate Social Responsibility, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation

Amaeshi and Nnodim, P. (2012).

Professor Kenneth Amaeshi, Chair in Business and Sustainable Development and Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

Engagement for Corporate Responsibility: the Impact of a Responsible Investment Index

Mackenzie, Rees and Rodionova. (2012).

Dr Tatiana Rodionova, Lecturer in Finance and Deputy Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

An Audit of a UNESCO World Heritage site - the Royal Mile, Edinburgh: a preliminary search for authenticity One year later

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Harwood and El-Manstrly. (2012) 12-03.

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

The FTSE4Good Effect: Evidence of the Impact of Responsible Investment Indices on Environmental Management

Mackenzie, Rees and Rodionova. (2012).

Dr Tatiana Rodionova, Lecturer in Finance and Deputy Director of the Sustainable Business Initiative

‘Authenticity’: a familiar word but what are the implications for a destination if it is a popular tourism destination as well as a UNESCO World Heritage site?

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Harwood and El-Manstrly. (2012) 12-04.

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

The CO2 Trading Market in Europe: A Financial Perspective

Daskalakis, Ibikunle and Diaz-Rainey. (2011). 51-67.

Dr Gbenga Ibikunle, Senior Lecturer in Financial Markets and Director, MSc Energy Finance & Markets

Irresponsible or the victim of a watch-hunt?: BP and the 2010 Deepwater Horizon catastrophe

Harwood. (2010).

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

Submission of evidence (by invitation) to Public Petitions Committee: Scottish Parliament - Petition National Tourism Website

Harwood. (2007).

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer

ERP: The Implementation Cycle

Harwood. (2002).

Dr Stephen Harwood, Lecturer