Papers from 2012


Strategic entrepreneurship: understanding the association between proactiveness, planning and innovation within complex markets, Jennifer L. Harrison and Stephen J. Kelly

A study of consumer responses to transgressions in a producer-retailer brand partnership, Steffen Herm and Tania von der Heidt

Impacts on trade, David M. Herold

Export barriers in international marketing re-visited, Craig C. Julian

Organizational learning and innovation: the empirical link in export ventures, Craig C. Julian


The empirical link between resources, networks and export marketing performance and the implications for developing countries, Craig C. Julian, Zafar U Ahmed, Osman Mohamad, and Phadett Tooksoon


Juggling competing public values : resolving conflicting agendas in social procurement in Queensland, Robyn L. Keast, Craig W. Furneaux, and Jo Barraket


Relationship benefits: conceptualization and measurement in a business-to-business environment, Stephen J. Kelly and Donald R. Scott


Governing systems transitions: theoretical and empirical explorations, Joop Koppenjan, Niki Frantzeskaki, Derk Loorbach, Michael B. Charles, and Neal Ryan


Introductory editorial, Joop Koppenjan, Niki Frantzeskaki, Derk Loorbach, Michael Charles, and Neal Ryan


Australian government failure and the Green Loans Program, Michael A. Kortt and Brian Dollery


Religion and the rate of return to human capital: evidence from Australia, Michael Kortt and Brian Dollery


The Home Insulation Program: an example of Australian government failure, Michael Kortt and Brian Dollery

Protestantism and work ethic: evidence from Australia, Michael Kortt, Brian Dollery, and Bligh Grant


Board monitoring, management contracting and earnings management: an evidence from ASX listed companies, Jinghui Liu


Why the bottom 10% just can't do it: mental effort measures and implication for introductory programming courses, Raina Mason and Graham Cooper


Trends in introductory programming courses in Australian universities: languages, environments and pedagogy, Raina Mason, Graham A. Cooper, and Michael de Raadt

Transnational doctoral education and research: a case study, Geoffrey Meredith and Peter Miller

Doctoral research in organisational management, Peter Miller

Doctoral research output structures, Peter Miller

Global confusion in the discipline of doctorates, Peter Miller

Self-reflection: the key to effective leadership, Peter Miller

Supervision of doctoral research projects, Peter Miller

Cross Tasman collaborative education: a case study, Peter Miller and Wayne Dreyer

Doctoral research in management and business in New Zealand, Peter Miller and Wayne Dreyer

Research supervision within collaborative partnerships, Peter Miller and Wayne Dreyer

Transnational doctoral education: an Asian focus, Peter Miller, Anthony Selvanathan, and Geoffrey Meredith


Contractual relationships for better stewardship of privatised critical infrastructures, David Mills and Robyn L. Keast


Affective commitment of generational cohorts of Brazilian nurses, Silvia A. Nelson


Action learning for middle manager development: the case of an Australian state-based large organisation, Silvia A. Nelson and Roland K. Yeo

Carbon markets in times of economic uncertainty: a weak-form efficiency investigation of the Phase II EU ETS, Scott J. Niblock


Do dynamic linkages exist among European carbon markets?, Scott J. Niblock and Jennifer L. Harrison

Understanding organizational change through 'in‐use' metaphors, Neil Paulsen, Anetta Kowalkiewicz, Patricia A. Rowe, Tom Bramble, and Robert I. Westwood

Solutions to contested land uses and our emerging landscape, C Penniceard and P Vitartas


Development and validation of the consumer disillusionment toward marketing activity scale, Simon J. Pervan and Brett AS Martin

Human resource management practices of medium-sized companies in the textile industry in Java, Indonesia, Asminah Rachmi and Michelle Wallace

Malaysian private education and New Zealand business education providers, A Raman and Peter Miller


The intention to continue nursing: work factors affecting three nurse generations in Australia, Kate Shacklock and Yvonne Brunetto

The impact of supervisor-subordinate relationships upon nurse engagement, wellbeing, organisational commitment and turnover intentions in Australia, Kate Shacklock, Yvonne Brunetto, and R Farr-Wharton

The impact of supervisor-nurse relationships, patient role clarity, and autonomy upon job satisfaction: public and private sector nurses, Kate Shacklock, Yvonne Brunetto, and Rod Farr-Wharton

The impact of marital status upon the retention of older workers, Kate Shacklock, Yvonne Brunetto, and Silvia A. Nelson


Indigenous entrepreneurship in northern NSW, Australia, Amanda Shoebridge, Jeremy Buultjens, and Lila Peterson


Do firms substitute for low earnings quality? Australian evidence, Elisabeth Sinnewe and Jennifer L. Harrison

Social pressure and underlying profit disclosure quality, Elisabeth Sinnewe and Jennifer L. Harrison

Bring on the broadband: regional Australia, William J. Smart

Smart-TV based integrated e-health monitoring system with agent technology, Golam Sorwar and Raqibul Hasan


Performance scalable motion estimation for video coding: an overview of current status and a promising approach, Golam Sorwar and M Murshed


Building a social case for business sustainability, Celia Symons and Geoff Lamberton

What impacts do different forms of customer involvement have on the development of services? the identification of team- and customer-related factors, Jakob Trischler, Don R. Scott, and Stephen J. Kelly

The concept of on-going interactions in co-design: insights from three different disciplines, Jakob Trischler and Elisabeth Sinnewe

Service design as collaborative activity: what is the role of the customer?, Jakob Trischler and Simon J. Wilde


Service design: suggesting a qualitative multi-step approach for analyzing and examining theme park experiences, Jakob Trischler and Anita Zehrer

Doctoral research in Taiwan, Chin-Yao Tseng, Li-Cheng Chen, and Michelle Wallace

Retention factors perceived by software development employees in Taiwan, Chin-Yao Tseng and Michelle Wallace


The politics of knowledge, epistemological occlusion and Islamic management and organization knowledge, Shoaib Ul-Haq and Robert I. Westwood

Doctoral research in marketing strategies, Peter Vitartas

New business operator's contribution to regional areas: innovations, skills, and benefits beyond the store front, Peter Vitartas, S Kilpatrick, M Homisan, and S Johns

Perceptions of innovation from Australian SMEs: a regional perspective, Peter Vitartas, S Kinnear, and K Charters

Evaluating egroups for collaborative marketing planning by first-year business students, Tania von der Heidt

Fostering business students' creative problem solving through marketing planning, Tania von der Heidt


How to enhance learning-centredness in curriculum: an illustration for first-year marketing principles, Tania von der Heidt

Product strategy and innovation at Glaceau Vitaminwater, Tania von der Heidt

Academic perceptions of the meaning and relevance of sustainability in business courses: results from a study of first-year BBus subjects, Tania von der Heidt and Geoff Lamberton


Moving towards education for sustainability: to what extent does the SCU Bachelor of Business curriculum reflect the sustainability paradigm shift?, Tania von der Heidt, Geoff Lamberton, and Erica Wilson


Rethinking the role of external collaboration in product innovation, Tania von der Heidt and Don R. Scott

Doctoral research in human resource management, Michelle Wallace


Industry branding: attracting talent to weaker profile industries, Michelle Wallace, Ian Lings, and Roslyn Cameron

Female engineering students: career attractors, Michelle Wallace, Ian Lings, Neroli Sheldon, and Roslyn Cameron

Research ethics in business: a participant observer perspective, Michelle Wallace and Neroli Sheldon

Towards best practice in measuring regulatory burdens: a case study of environmental regulation in the Australian Rail industry, Jianxiong Wang, Tania von der Heidt, and Michael Charles

Alternatives in Organisation Studies, Robert I. Westwood


Reclaiming authentic selves: control, resistive humour and identity work in the office, Robert I. Westwood and Allanah Johnston


Local governments’ risk-based approach to climate change adaptation: a missed opportunity for resilience in New South Wales, Nadine E. White


Sectoral j-curve effects, Albert Wijeweera and Brian E. Dollery


Using the feder-ram and military keynesian models to examine the link between defense spending and economic growth in Sri Lanka, Albert Wijeweera and Matthew J. Webb

Technologist versus technologee communication challenges between developers and users, Barry Wilks


Self-definition for software development, Barry Wilks and Paul Bailes

Is transformational change possible through education for sustainability?, Erica Wilson and Tania von der Heidt

Are we moving towards education for sustainability? a study of sustainability embeddedness in a first-year undergraduate business/tourism curriculum: extended abstract, Erica Wilson, Tania von der Heidt, Geoff Lamberton, and Dayle Morrison

Perceived organisational support, employee commitment, OCB and innovative behaviour: a partial least squares analysis, Matthew Xerri and Yvonne Brunetto


Workplace relationships and the innovative behaviour of nursing employees: a social exchange perspective, Matthew J. Xerri


Social exchange and innovative behaviour of nursing employees: a hierarchical linear examination, Matthew J. Xerri and Yvonne Brunetto

Doctoral research in information technology and systems, Jun Xu

The impact of transportation costs on bilateral trade flows in the Asia Nine, Junqian Xu and Craig C. Julian


Examining a model of knowledge management systems adoption and diffusion: a partial least square approach, Jun Xu and Mohammed Quaddus


Government audit materiality (part one): how and why is it different from corporate audit materiality – a theoretical matrix on three materiality differences and corresponding contextual reasons, Yining Zhou


Government audit materiality (part two): conceptual and practical implications of a qualitative materiality framework: seven case studies and a comparative conceptual work, Yining Zhou

Materiality approach in sustainability reporting: applications, dilemmas, and challenges, Yining Zhou

Stakeholder diversity vs. stakeholder general view: a theoretical gap in sustainability materiality conception, Yining Zhou and Geoff Lamberton

Papers from 2011

What properly validated surveys can tell us about successful implementation of small business information systems, Bruce Armstrong, Gerard J. Fogarty, and Don Dingsdag

Academies of Sport Incorporated (ASi) data requirements and collection, David Arthur


Long range relations: stakeholder engagement in Queensland road construction, Sandra Beach, Robyn L. Keast, and David Pickernell

Innovative approaches of family-based agricultural businesses: a case study of Northern NSW Coffee producers, S Biersteker and Peter Vitartas


The impact of supervisor-subordinate relationships on nurses' ability to solve workplace problems: implications for their commitment to the organization, Yvonne Brunetto, Rodney Farr-Wharton, and Kate Shacklock

Ensuring the implementation of engineering asset management: understanding organizational culture, Yvonne Brunetto, Rod Farr-Wharton, Fiona Robson, and Kate Shacklock


Supervisor-nurse relationships, teamwork, role ambiguity and wellbeing: public versus private sector nurses, Yvonne Brunetto, Rod Farr-Wharton, and Kate Shacklock

Supervisor-subordinate communication relationships, role ambiguity, autonomy and affective commitment for nurses, Yvonne Brunetto, Rod Farr-Wharton, and Kate Shacklock

The impact of workplace relationships on nurses’ ability to solve workplace problems: implications for their commitment, Yvonne Brunetto, Rod Farr-Wharton, and Kate Shacklock


Using the Harvard HRM model to conceptualise the impact of changes to supervision upon HRM outcomes for different types of Australian public sector employees, Yvonne Brunetto, Rod Farr-Wharton, and Kate Shacklock

Supervisor relationships, teamwork, role ambiguity and discretionary power: public and private sector nurses in Australia and the England, Yvonne Brunetto, R Farr-Wharton, and K Shacklock