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Ownership structure and sustainability reporting: Emerging economies evidence (2024)
Journal Article
Nuhu, Y., & Alam, M. A. (in press). Ownership structure and sustainability reporting: Emerging economies evidence. International Journal of Accounting and Information Management,

Purpose: The purpose of the study is to empirically examine the impact of ownership structure variables on the level of sustainability reporting of listed BRICS energy firms as well as the moderating role of board sustainability committee on this rel... Read More about Ownership structure and sustainability reporting: Emerging economies evidence.

Unveiling Academic Boredom: Leveraging Generative AI for Ethical and Engaging Learning Experiences in Higher Education (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Smith, C., & Roberts, E. (2024, July). Unveiling Academic Boredom: Leveraging Generative AI for Ethical and Engaging Learning Experiences in Higher Education. Presented at 2024 Teaching & Learning Conference, University of Hull

The integration of emerging technologies, such as Generative Artificial Intelligence (Gen AI), are increasingly embedded into the learning, teaching and assessment strategies of undergraduate programmes with a view to instilling a more lively and dyn... Read More about Unveiling Academic Boredom: Leveraging Generative AI for Ethical and Engaging Learning Experiences in Higher Education.

The attitudes of general practices towards clinical research. (2024)
Journal Article
Bond-Simmons, J. (in press). The attitudes of general practices towards clinical research. British Journal of General Practice, 74(suppl 1), bjgp24X737817. https://doi.org/10.3399/bjgp24X737817

During the financial year 2021/2022, the PANORAMIC study utilised the primary care setting to provide vital research into oral antivirals for COVID-19, recruiting more than 26 000 participants. Alongside the relentless work conducted by practices in... Read More about The attitudes of general practices towards clinical research..

“We” versus “You”: Exploring the Extent of Gendered Language in Purchasing and Supply Management Job Advertisements (2024)
Journal Article
Kelly, S., Hasche, N., Klézl, V., Marshall, D., & Stek, K. (2024). “We” versus “You”: Exploring the Extent of Gendered Language in Purchasing and Supply Management Job Advertisements. International Journal of Procurement Management, 20(3), 365 - 383. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJPM.2024.138966

This paper explores the use of gendered language in purchasing and supply management job advertisements across three English-speaking countries. We use secondary data from a global job advertisement website to analyse the extent to which gendered lan... Read More about “We” versus “You”: Exploring the Extent of Gendered Language in Purchasing and Supply Management Job Advertisements.

Monetary rewards and the moderating role of generational cohorts on employee loyalty, absenteeism, satisfaction, employee performance and turnover intentions. A case study of front-line care assistants in the care sector in England. (2024)
Thesis
Emasealu, T. (2024). Monetary rewards and the moderating role of generational cohorts on employee loyalty, absenteeism, satisfaction, employee performance and turnover intentions. A case study of front-line care assistants in the care sector in England. (Thesis). The University of Salford

The past three decades have witnessed many academic scholars studying the relationship between monetary rewards and employee behaviours from an age/generational cohort perspective. Behaviours such as loyalty, absenteeism, satisfaction, employee pe... Read More about Monetary rewards and the moderating role of generational cohorts on employee loyalty, absenteeism, satisfaction, employee performance and turnover intentions. A case study of front-line care assistants in the care sector in England..

Online Cause Related Marketing: The Impact of Brand Experience on consumer’s brand credibility perceptions, and the Moderating Influence of Consumer Cause Involvement in the UK retail sector. (2024)
Thesis
Garrick, J. (2024). Online Cause Related Marketing: The Impact of Brand Experience on consumer’s brand credibility perceptions, and the Moderating Influence of Consumer Cause Involvement in the UK retail sector. (Thesis). University of Salford

Cause relate marketing (CRM) is one of the several forms of corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives in which brands link the sale of products, and services to the support for a cause or charity (NGO). Online CRM is a strategic and tactica... Read More about Online Cause Related Marketing: The Impact of Brand Experience on consumer’s brand credibility perceptions, and the Moderating Influence of Consumer Cause Involvement in the UK retail sector..

The CLICK -on Kaduna Programme: A Critical Evaluation of the Role of Digital Skills Acquisitions in Human Capital Development & Income Creation in Nigeria. (2024)
Thesis
Abdulrahman, A. (2024). The CLICK -on Kaduna Programme: A Critical Evaluation of the Role of Digital Skills Acquisitions in Human Capital Development & Income Creation in Nigeria. (Thesis). University of Salford

This study delves into a crucial issue in Northern Nigeria, focusing on the challenges of unemployment and the dearth of skilled labour, particularly among youth and women. The research evaluates the efficacy of the Click-On Kaduna Programme (COKP),... Read More about The CLICK -on Kaduna Programme: A Critical Evaluation of the Role of Digital Skills Acquisitions in Human Capital Development & Income Creation in Nigeria..

Reimagining Legal Education in the Age of Generative AI (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Smith, C. (2024, May). Reimagining Legal Education in the Age of Generative AI. Paper presented at Reimagining Legal Education in the Age of Generative AI, University of Birmingham

Birmingham Law School would like to invite you to a workshop looking at how legal education can respond to the rise of generative AI.

The Link Between Digital Skills and Financial Inclusion—Evidence from Consumers Survey Data from Low-Income Areas (2024)
Journal Article
Vik, P., Kamerade, D., & Dayson, K. (2024). The Link Between Digital Skills and Financial Inclusion—Evidence from Consumers Survey Data from Low-Income Areas. Journal of Consumer Policy, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10603-024-09567-w

Financial and digital inclusion are key consumer policy agendas for governments globally. Yet, despite the importance of online interfaces to manage finances and make payments, the link between financial and digital inclusion remains under-researched... Read More about The Link Between Digital Skills and Financial Inclusion—Evidence from Consumers Survey Data from Low-Income Areas.