Singh Roy, A. A Data-driven Statistical Approach to Customer Behaviour Analysis and Modelling in Online Freemium Games. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/2090355
The video games industry is one of the most attractive and lucrative segments in the entertainment and digital media, with big business of more than $150 billion worldwide. A ...
Dutton, M., Robert, R., & Graham, H. (2017). Workforce Resilience - Initial Research. Skills Development Scotland
No abstract available.
Hall, H., Irving, C., Ryan, B., Raeside, R., Dutton, M., & Chen, T. (2016). A study of the UK Information Workforce. The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals
In 2014, CILIP and the Archives Records Association (UK & Ireland) (ARA) commissioned Edinburgh Napier University to undertake major research to map the workforce across the L...
Graham, H., Fuertes, V., Egdell, V. & Raeside, R. (2016). Women in ICT and Digital Technologies: An investigation of the barriers to women entering, staying, and progressing in the sector, and actions to ameliorate this - Executive Summary. Edinburgh: Skills Development Scotland
This report summarises research conducted to explore the under-representation of women in the ICT and Digital Technologies sector in Scotland, and the possible reasons for, an...
Dutton, M. & Raeside, R. (2015). UK Academic – Hong Kong Industry Collaboration. Hong Kong: British Council
This report presents findings from research on science and engineering partnerships between UK universities and Hong Kong based industry. The research was conducted by the Emp...
McMurray, S., Richard, A., Dutton, M. & McQuaid, R. W. (2012). Regionally Coherent Access and Employability Provision:Employer Demand for Business and Management Graduates. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh Napier University
This report presents findings from research with 71 employers of Edinburgh Napier University Business School (ENUBS) graduates across Scotland. Employers were asked to identif...
Raeside, R. Modelling and Forecasting Human Populations using Sigmoid Models. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1053286
Early this century "S-shaped" curves, sigmoids, gained
populari ty among demographers. However, by 1940, the approach
had "fallen out of favour", being criticised for giving p...
Dutton, M. & Raeside, R. (2013). Overcoming barriers to equality and diversity on boards in Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland: Scottish Government
The Employment Research Institute (ERI) was commissioned by the Scottish Government to identify ways in which equalities groups can be better represented at board level in the...
McQuaid, R. W. (2007, December). Flexibility in the UK - the case of activation policies
Lindsay, C., McQuaid, R., & Dutton, M. (2006, January). Inter-agency cooperation and activation in Europe - evidence from three states. Paper presented at Delni Aspen, Brussels
New forms of inter-agency co-operation have gained increasing prominence in the development and delivery of activation strategies. This article compares different models
McQuaid, R. W. (2005, December). Tailoring services and releasing untapped talent - a higher education perspective. Paper presented at Migration and Universities
McQuaid, R. W. (2004, December). Working with the new demographics - the Scottish labour market. Paper presented at Older workers
McQuaid, R. W. (2004, August). Job search, transport and training, the case of EMIRES. Paper presented at RSAI (B and I section) Annual Conference
McQuaid, R. W. (2004, April). ICT and job vacancy, training and transport information services for job seekers in rural areas. Paper presented at Stella Focus Group Meeting
Garavan, T., Shanahan, V., Carbery, R. & Watson, S. (2016). Strategic human resource development: towards a conceptual framework to understand its contribution to dynamic capabilities. Human Resource Development International. 19(4), 289-306. doi:10.1080/13678868.2016.1169765. ISSN 1367-8868
Dynamic capabilities have assumed major importance in the strategy and human
resource management literatures. However, discussion of their contribution to strategic