Robertson, S. (in press). Reframing Scottish Football: Strategy and the short-term nature of the football industry. (Thesis)
Despite football being deeply entrenched in Scottish culture it is under-researched from a business perspective. This research develops a conceptual framework that views profe...
Axon, D. (2016). Exploring the Role of the Stakeholder in Fast-Moving Consumer Goods Cross-sector Collaborations: a Phenomenological Study. (Thesis)
This thesis aims to explore the experiences of those individuals involved in the phenomenon of cross-sector collaborations within the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) global ...
Levy, L., Santhkumaran, D., & Whitecross, R. W. (2014). What Works to Reduce Crime - A Survey of the Evidence. Edinburgh: Scottish Government
A systematic review of the available literature based on a logic model approach to crime reduction.
Lau, A. S. W. An analysis of the challenges and opportunities facing the Hong Kong logistics industry. (Thesis)
Hong Kong freight forwarding services have flourished along with China's economic
development. Manufacturing activities in the Pearl River Delta (PRD) have provided
the Hong K...
Aribi, Z. A. and its disclosure in Islamic financial institutions. (Thesis)
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Corporate Social Responsibility
Disclosure (CSRD) have received much attention in the literature. However, a
review of previous studi...
Naylor, A. S. R. A critique of the implementation of crime and intelligence computing in three British Police forces 1976-1986. (Thesis)
The study will examine the introduction of the computerisation of crime and intelligence recording in three police forces in the United Kingdom in the decade 1976-1986. The ...
Telford, A. R. The congruence of quality values in higher education. (Thesis)
Higher education and more specifically University education is being called to account
more and more. It follows therefore that the Universities must present information on th...
Edgar, D. A. Commercial short holiday breaks in Scotland: an analysis of market structure, supplier strategies and performance. (Thesis)
Hospitality and tourism environments are widely regarded as complex and dynamic in
nature. This combined with the need for commercial organisations to improve
Zorn, C. The roles, responsibilities and activities of personnel specialists in the formulation of business and HRM strategies in the Scottish financial services industry. (Thesis)
This research project investigates the roles of Personnel/Human Resource Specialists in
the formulation of corporate strategy. It aims at providing a better understanding of t...
Fowlestone, M. G. The lore of the brand: an investigation into how organisations can build consumer engagement and brand affinity through a shared narrative. (Thesis)
This thesis aims to explore how organisations can build consumer
engagement and affinity through establishing the conditions for a shared narrative. It is set against a backdr...
Seaman, C. E. A. Family business networks: mulit-rational perspectives on networking in family owned and managed small and micro-businesses. (Thesis)
This portfolio considers the manner in which family businesses network.
Networks are vital for small and micro-businesses but within current research
Amati, C. A. “You can never really be emotionally spontaneous”: Understanding emotion display at work through cross-paradigm dialogue. (Thesis)
Intro & Rationale The thesis develops an understanding of emotion display at work that is stimulated by a cross-paradigm dialogue. Emotion and emotion display at work are subj...
McLatchie, J. (2016, December). The Power of Relationships: Making Transnational Collaborations Work. Paper presented at SRHE Newer and Early Career Researchers Conference 2016, Cardiff, UK
This presentation is based on an empirical research project which examined the lived experience of local academics in transnational partnerships. It explored th...
Roberston, S. & Sholl, S. (2016, November). Changing lecture consumption for the 'Netflix generation': how lecture podcasts are used and valued by students. Presented at ICERI 2016, Seville, Spain
This paper describes a collaboration between two lecturers at Edinburgh Napier University to examine the potential of lecture captures as pedagogical tools. Althou...
Easson, H., & Leask, A. (in press). After-hours events at the National Museum of Scotland: a product for attracting, engaging and retaining new museum audiences?. Current Issues in Tourism, https://doi.org/10.1080/13683500.2019.1625875
Cultural heritage is recognised as one of the major contributors to the economy and has traditionally been funded from the public sector. Museums have had to become more comme...
Despite football being deeply entrenched in Scottish culture it is under-researched from...