Items where Division is "Bath Business School" and Year is 2014

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Cornforth, C, Hayes, J.P and Vangen, S (2014) 'Nonprofit–public collaborations: understanding governance dynamics.' Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 44 (4). pp. 775-795. ISSN 1552-7395

Crawford, I and Wang, Z (2014) 'Why are first year accounting studies inclusive?' Accounting & Finance, 54 (2). pp. 419-439. ISSN 1467-629X

Curtis, R, Williams, S and Loon, M (2014) A study of implicit leadership theories among business & management undergraduate students. In: 15th Internatioinal Conference on Human Development Research and Practice across Europe: HRD: Reflecting upon the Past, Shaping the Future, 24 - 26 June 2014, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Dowson, P (2014) 'Integrated: personal and professional development for business students in a global age.' Zeitschrift für Beratung und Studium (ZBS), 2014 (3). pp. 85-89. ISSN 1860-3068

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Glen, N and Doern, K (2014) Bath Spa University - developing an interactive visitors app [web page]. Jisc mobile learning guide.

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Li, L (2014) An inquiry into the delivering of a British curriculum in China. In: Oxford Education Research Symposium, 11 - 13 December 2014, Oxford Union, Oxford, UK.

Liu, L and Sibley, S (2014) 'How to enhance international and domestic students’ interaction? A case study of the design and development of an international business module.' In: Orme, M, ed. Supporting internationalisation through languages and culture in the twenty-first-century university. Intercultural Studies and Foreign Language Learning (ISFLL) (15). Peter Lang, Oxford, pp. 125-140. ISBN 9783034309806

Loon, M (2014) 'Affect-based effects of simulation games on learning.' Worcester Journal of Learning and Teaching (9). pp. 50-63.

Loon, M (2014) L&D: the challenges, new approaches. CIPD, London.

Loon, M (2014) Rethinking the eclectic paradigm: explaining MNE e-commerce corporations' activity in the Chinese digital sector. In: Academy of International Business 2014 Annual Meeting: Internationalization in the Information Age, 24 - 26 June 2014, University of Victoria, Vancover, Canada.

Loon, M (2014) 'The use of a computer-based simulation game (CSG) for learning and teaching.' Worcester Journal of Learning and Teaching (9). pp. 132-138.

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McGuinness, M and Gough, G (2014) The Bath Spa model: creativity, multidisciplinarity and sustainability at BSU. In: Embedding Education for Sustainability in a Creative and Multi-disciplinary Context, 25 March 2014, Newton Park, Bath Spa University, Bath, England.

McGuire-Snieckus, R, Markopoulos, G, Coombs, M, Stevens, D, Vitale, A and Wainwright, E (2014) Differences between placement and non-placement students: a mixed methods approach. In: BPS (British Psychological Society) Mathematical, Statistical and Computing Psychology Section: Scientific Meeting, 13 December 2014, Keele University, Keele, UK.

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Rattue, L, Ngkane, H and Andrews, G (2014) Vital issues: community report for Hampshire & Isle of Wight. Please click the title to check availability.

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Stirpe, L, Bonache, J and Revilla, A.J (2014) 'Differentiating the workforce: the performance effects of using contingent labor in a context of high-performance work systems.' Journal of Business Research, 67 (7). pp. 1334-1341. ISSN 0148-2963

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Walker, A and Batey, M (2014) 'Taking a multilevel approach to creativity and innovation.' In: Reisman, F.K, ed. Creativity in business. KIE, London, pp. 112-128. ISBN 9781859242964 Please click the title to check availability.

Wang, Z (2014) The relationship between the cognitive demand levels of assessments and academic performance of Chinese and UK students on accounting and finance degrees. In: BAFA (British Accounting and Finance Association) Accounting Education Special Interest Group Annual Conference: Contemporary Issues in Accounting Education, 14 - 16 May 2014, Bristol.

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