Publications

Published books and journal articles by Divisional staff in the Business & Strategy group.

Business & Strategy: Journals

2015

  • Brown, R. & Mawson, S. (2015) Targeted Support for High Growth Firms: Theoretical Constraints, Unintended Consequences and Future Policy Challenges.  Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy (forthcoming).
  • Robbie Guerriero Wilson, ‘The loss of balance between the art and science of management: Observations on the British experience of education for management in the twentieth century, Journal of Management Education. February 2015, Vol. 39, No. 1, pp. 16-35.

 

 2014

  • Bowers, J., Khorakian, A. (2014). ‘Integrating risk management in the innovation project’, European Journal of Innovation Management, 17, 1, 25-40.
  • Brown, R. and Mawson, S. (2014) ‘The Geography of Growth in High Growth Firms: The Implications of “Growing Abroad”’, forthcoming  in Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy.
  • Bowers J, Cheyne H, Mould G, Page M (2014) Continuity of care in community midwifery, Health Care Management Science doi:10.1007/s10729-014-9285-z

 

2013

  • Bowers, J. (2013). ‘Balancing operating theatre and bed capacity in a cardiothoracic centre’, Health Care Management Science, 16, 3, 236-244.
  • Bowers, J., Mould, G. (2013). ‘Understanding the effects of service redesign on patient-time in an Emergency Department’, International Journal of Services Technology and Management, 19, 4-6, 254-266.
  • Brown, R. and Mawson, S. (2013) ‘Trigger points and high-growth firms: A conceptualisation and review of public policy implications’, Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 20, 2, 279-295.
  • Fincham, R. (2013). ‘Expert labour as a differentiated category: Power, knowledge and organization’, New Technology, Work and Employment, 27, 3, 208-223
  • Mould, G., Bowers, J. (2013). ‘A comparison of process modelling methods for healthcare redesign’, International Journal of Simulation and Process Modelling, 8, 2-3, 168 – 176.
  • Mould, G., Bowers, J., Dewar, C., McGugan, E., (2013). ‘Assessing the impact of systems modelling in an Emergency Department’, Health Systems2, 3-10.
  • Wilson, Robbie Guerriero  (2013)  ‘Failure or Precursor? “Organisation and Methods” and the British practitioner tradition of management knowledge', Management & Organizational History, 8, 3, 277-289. doi:10.1080/17449359.2013.804418.
  • R. Guerriero Wilson, ‘Office workers, business elites and the disappearance of the “ladder of success” in Edwardian Glasgow’, Scottish Economic and Social History, v 19, no 1, 1999, pp. 55-75.

 

2012

 

  • Webster, C.W.R. Surveillance as X-ray, Information Polity, Vol.17, No3-4, pp.251-265, 2012.
  • Webster, C.W.R., Töpfer, E., Klauser, F. and Raab, C.D. (eds.) Part 2: Revisiting the surveillance camera revolution: Issues of governance and public policy, Information Polity, Vol.17, No.1, pp1-6, 2012.

 

  • Bowers, J., Lyons, B., Mould, G. (2012). ‘Developing a resource allocation model for the Scottish Patient Transport Service’, Operations Research for Health Care, 1, 4, 84-94. doi:10.1016/j.orhc.2012.10.002

     

  • Bowers, J., Mould, G. (2012). ‘Exploring alternative routes to realising the benefits of simulation in healthcare’, Journal of the Operational Research Society, 63, 1457-1466.
  • Forbes, T. (2012). ‘Institutional Entrepreneurship in Hostile Settings: Health and Social Care Partnerships in Scotland 2002-2005’, Environmental Planning C: Government and Policy, 30, 1100-1115.
  • Wilson, R.G.(2012) ‘The 'layering' of management in postwar Britain: the case of the Office Management Association', Business History, 54, 4, 556-573. doi: 10.1080/00076791.2011.631127
  • Yu, A. and Kittler, M. G. (2012). ‘Matching programme structure to environment: A comparative study of two IS-based change programmes’. International Journal of Project Management, 30, 6, 740-749

 

2011

  • Bowers, J., Mould, G. (2011). ‘Roles of pathway-based models and their contribution to the redesign of healthcare systems’, International Journal of Care Pathways, 15, 3, 90-97
  • Bowers, J. (2011). ‘Simulating waiting list management’, Health Care Management Science, 14, 3, 292-298.
  • Burt, G. (2011). ‘Towards the integration of system modelling with scenario planning to support strategy: The case of the UK energy industry’, Journal of Operational Research Society, 62, 5,, 830-839 http://www.palgrave-journals.com/jors/journal/v62/n5/full/jors201047a.html
  • Kittler, M. G., Rygl, D., Mackinnon, A. and Wiedemann, K. (2011). ‘Work role and work adjustment in emerging markets: A study of German expatriates in CEE countries and Russia’, Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, 18, 2, 165-184.
  • Kittler, M. G., Rygl, D., and Mackinnon, A. (2011). ‘Special Review Article: Beyond culture or beyond control? Reviewing the use of Hall’s high-/low-context concept’, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 11, 1, 63-82.
  • Leleux, C. (2011) ‘Efficiency savings from asset management’, APSE Direct News, 3.2011, March/April 2011, 11-11.
  • Manolopoulos, D. Dimitratos, P. and Sapouna, P. (2011) ‘An Investigation into International Assignment Directions of R&D MNE Employees: Evidence from Greece’, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 22, 5, 2011, 1093-1108. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2011.556784
  • Masrani, S. & McKiernan, P. (2011). ‘Accounting as a legitimising device in voluntary price agreements: The Dundee jute industry, 1945-1960’, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 22, 4, 415-433.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cpa.2011.02.001 Full text in STORRE: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/11933
  • Mould G, Bowers J.(2011) Roles of pathway-based models and their contribution to the redesign of healthcare systems. International Journal of Care Pathways.Vol. 15: 3 90-97.
  • Wilson, R.G. (2011). ‘The struggle for management education in Britain: The Urwick Committee and the Office Management Association’, Management & Organizational History, 6, 4, pp. 367-389. doi:10.1177/1744935911410618

 

2010

  • Ball, R., Forbes, T., Parris, M., Forsyth, L. (2010). ‘The Evaluation of Partnership Working in the Delivery of Health and Social Care’, Public Policy and Administration, 23, 3,  387- 407.
  • Bowers, J. (2010). ‘Waiting list behaviour and the consequences for NHS targets’, Journal of the Operational Research Society, 61, 2, 246-254
  • Forbes, T, Scott, N, Evans, D. (2010). ‘Implementing Health and Social Care Policy: England and Scotland Compared’, Policy Studies, 31, 5, 591 - 612.
  • Kittler, M. G. & Schuster, T. (2010) ‘The impact of human and social capital on internationalization. Evidence from German consulting firms’, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, 12, 2, 138-155
  • Konstantinou, E. and Fincham, R. (2010). ‘Not sharing but trading: Applying a Maussian exchange framework to knowledge management’, Human Relations, 4, 6, 823-842.  
  • Mould, G., Bowers, J., Ghattas, M. (2010). ‘The evolution of the pathway and its role in improving patient care’, Quality & Safety in Health Care, 19, 1-6.

 

2009

  • Bowers, J., Ghattas, G., Mould, G. (2009). ‘Success and failure in the simulation of an accident and emergency department’, Journal of Simulation, 3, 171-178.
  • Crighton, M., Turok, I. and Leleux, C. (2009) ‘Tensions in localising welfare to work to Britain's cities’ Ivan, Leleux, C. Local Economy, 24, 1, 46-67.
  • Evans, D., Forbes, T. (2009). ‘Partnerships in Health and Social Care: England and Scotland Compared’, Public Policy and Administration, 24, 1, 67-83.
  • Kittler, M. G., Rygl, D. & Puce, T. (2009) ‘Kulturelle Intelligenz, Distanz und Anpassung von Führungskräften im Ausland’, Zeitschrift für Management (German Journal of Management), 4, 1, 29-52.
  • Masrani, S. & McKiernan, P. (2009). ‘Addressing path dependency in the capabilities approach: historicism and foresight meet on the 'road less travelled', In: Costanzo Laura Anna, MacKay Robert Bradley (ed.), Handbook of Research on Strategy and Foresight, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 485-504.

 

2008 & earlier

  • Fincham, R., Clark, T., Handley, K. and Sturdy, A. (2008). ‘Configuring expert knowledge: The consultant as sector specialist’, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 29, 6, 1145-1160.
  • Forbes, T., Evans, D. (2008). ‘Health and Social Care Partnerships in Scotland’, Scottish Affairs, 65, 87-106.
  • Puck, J. F., Kittler, M. G. & Wright, C. (2008), ‘Does it really work? Re-assessing the impact of pre-departure cross-cultural training on expatriate adjustment’, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 19, 12, 2182-2197.
  • Sturdy, A., Clark, T., Fincham, R. and Handley, K. (2008). ‘Between innovation and legitimation: Boundaries and knowledge flows in management consultancy’, Organization, 16, 5, 627-63.
  • Wilson, R.G. (2008) ‘ “The machine should fit the work”: Organisation & Method and the British approach to new technology in business’, History and Technology, 24, 4, 321-333. DOI:10.1080/07341510802044702
  • Handley, K., Clark, T., Fincham, R. and Sturdy, A. (2007) ‘Researching situated learning: Participation, identity and practice in client-consultant relationships’, Management Learning, 38, 2, 173-91
  • Bowers, J., Lyons, D., Mould, G., Symonds, T. (2006). ‘Outpatient services planning for a Treatment Centre’, British Journal of Health Care Management. 12, 7, 210-213
  • Fincham, R. (2006). ‘Knowledge work as occupational strategy: Comparing IT and management consulting’, New Technology, Work and Employment, 21, 1, 16-28
  • Forbes, T., Hallier, J. (2006). ‘Social Identity and self-enactment strategies: adapting to change in professional-manager relationships in the NHS’, Journal of Nursing Management, 14, 34-42.
  • MacKay, R.B., Masrani, S., & McKiernan, P. (2006). ‘Strategy options and cognitive freezing: The case of the Dundee jute industry in Scotland’, Futures, 38, 8, 925-941. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2005.12.014 Full text in STORRE: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/11912
  • McKinlay, A. & Wilson, R.G. (2006) ‘ “Small acts of cunning”: Bureaucracy, inspection and the career, c.1890-1914’, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 17, 5, 657-678. DOI:10.1016/j.cpa.2003.04.005
  • Bowers, J., Lyons, B., Mould, G., Symonds, T. (2005). ‘Modelling outpatient capacity for a Diagnosis and Treatment Centre’, Health Care Management Science, 8, 205–211
  • Bowers. J., Mould, G. (2005) ‘Ambulatory care & orthopaedic capacity planning’, Health Care Management Science, 8, 1, 41-48.
  • Bruce, A., Forbes, T. (2005). ‘Delivering Community Care in Scotland: Can Local Partnerships Bridge the Gap?’ Scottish Affairs, 52, 98-109.
  • Forbes, T., Bruce, A. (2005). ‘Scotland’s joined up working delivering community care’, British Journal of Health Care Management, 11, 11, 300-307.
  • Hallier, J., Forbes, T. (2005). ‘Understanding Accomodation and Non- compliance in Doctor’s Experience of Managing’, Employee Relations, 27, 1, 47-70 (ABS Cat 2).
  • Wilson, R.G. (2005) ‘Women, age, and the managerial career in Postwar Britain: Exploring the roots of the barriers to women’s opportunities in management’, Gender Issues, 22, 1, 3-19. DOI: 10.1007/s12147-005-0007-1.
  • Fincham, R. and Roslender, R. (2004). ‘Rethinking the dissemination of management fashion: Accounting for “intellectual capital” in UK case firms’, Management Learning, 35, 3, 321-36.
  • Yu, A., Flett, P., Bowers, J. (2005). ‘Developing a value-centred proposal for assessing project success’, International Journal of Project Management, 23, 6, 428-436.
  • Bowers, J., Mould, G. (2004). ‘Managing uncertainty in orthopaedic trauma theatres’, European Journal of Operational Research, 154, 3, 599-608
  • Hallier, J., Forbes, T. (2004). ‘In search of Theory Development in Grounded Investigations: Doctors experiences of Managing as an example of fitted and prospective theorising’, Journal of Management Studies, 41, 8, 1379-1410 (ABS Cat 4).
  • Forbes, T., Hallier, J., Calder, L. (2004). ‘Doctors as Managers: Investors and Reluctants in a Dual Role’, Health Services Management Research, 17, 167-176 (ABS Cat 1).
  • Forbes, T., Low, G. (2004). ‘Strategy Characteristics and Biotechnology: Some Observations from the Scottish Biotechnology Sector’, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 5, 3, 1-12 (ABS Cat 2).
  • Roslender, R. and Fincham, R. (2004) ‘Intellectual capital accounting in the UK: A field study perspective’,  Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 17, 2, 178-209
  • Fincham, R. and Roslender, R. (2003) ‘Intellectual capital accounting as management fashion: A review and critique’, European Accounting Review,12, 4, 781-95
  • Wilson, R.G. (2003) ‘Women and the Scottish Clerks’ Association: from contempt to collegiality’, Journal of Scottish Historical Studies, 23, 1, 26-42. DOI 10.3366/jshs.2003.23.1.26
  • Bowers, J., Jeffrey, S. Mould, G. (2002). ‘On defining ambulatory care in practice’, British Journal of Health Care Management, 8, 8,305-309.
  • Bowers, J., Mould, G. (2002). ‘The deferrable elective patient: a means of reducing waiting lists in Orthopaedics’, Journal of Management in Medicine, 16, 2/3, 150-158.
  • Bowers, J., Mould, G. (2002) ‘Concentration and the variability of orthopaedic demand’, Journal of the Operational Research Society 53, 2, 203-210.
  • Fincham, R. (2002/3) ‘The Agent’s agent: Power, knowledge and uncertainty in management consultancy’, International Studies of Management and Organization, 32, 4, 67-86
  • Fincham, R. (2002) ‘Narratives of success and failure in systems development’, British Journal of Management, 13, 1, 1-14
  • Benson, L., Bruce, A. and Forbes, T. (2001). ‘From Competition to Collaboration in the Delivery of Health Care: England and Scotland Compared’, Journal of Nursing Management, 9, 213-220
  • Bowers, J., Mould, G. (2001). ‘What is the best size of unit for orthopaedic trauma services?’, British Journal of Health Care Management 7, 10, 404-9.
  • Bowers, J., Mould, G. (2001) ‘Organisational implications of concentration of emergency orthopaedic services’, Health Bulletin 59, 6, 381-387.
  • Bowers, J.(2001). ‘The cost of weather in a floating oil production system’, Journal of the Operational Research Society 52, 2, 135-142.
  • Bruce, A. and Forbes, T. (2001). ‘From Competition to Collaboration: in The Delivery of Health Care: Implementing Strategic Change in Scotland’, Scottish Affairs, 103-120.
  • Roslender, R. and Fincham, R. (2001) ‘Thinking critically about intellectual capital accounting’, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 14, 4, 383-98
  • Mould, G. (2001), ‘Assessing systems for offshore emergency evacuation’, Journal of the Operational Research Society, 52, 4, 401-408.
  • Wilson, R. G. (2001) ‘Women’s work in offices and the preservation of men’s “breadwinning” jobs in early twentieth century Glasgow’, Women’s History Review, 10, 3, 463-482. DOI:10.1080/09612020100200296
  • Bowers, J. (2000). ‘Interpreting float in resource constrained projects’, International Journal of Project Management , 18, 6, 385-392.
  • Bowers, J., (2000). ‘Multiple schedules and measures of resource constrained float’, Journal of the Operational Research Society,  51, 7, 855-862.
  • Bowers, J., Morton, I., Mould, G. (2000). ‘Directional statistics of the wind and waves’, Applied Ocean Research. 22, 13-30.
  • Forbes, T. (2000). ‘Economics, strategy and process: Some observations from the NHS Internal Market’, Economic Issues, 5  Part 3, 45-61 (ABS Cat 2).
  • Forbes, T., Harris, S. (2000). ‘Learning from Experience: Taught and Enacted Strategic Approaches of Young Successful Entrepreneurs’, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 6, 3, 125-44 (ABS Cat 2).
  • Forbes, T., Prime, N. (2000). ‘Changing domains in the management process: imaging services managers in the post – 1990 National Health Service’, Health Services Management Research, 12, 1- 9 (ABS Cat 1).

 

Business & Strategy: Books & Book Chapters
  • Guerriero Wilson, R. Disillusionment or New Opportunities?  The Changing Nature of Work in Offices: Glasgow 1880-1914. Ashgate Publishing, December 1998, 313p.
  • Webster, C.W.R. Surveillance as X-ray: Public Administration in Surveillance Societies.  In: Meijer, A., Bannister, F. and Thaens, M. (eds) e-Government 3.0: ICT and Public Administration in the Coming Decade. IOS Press, 2013.
  • Webster, C.W.R. Public Administration as Surveillance.  In: Ball, K. and Haggerty, K. (eds) Routledge Handbook of Surveillance Studies. Routledge, pp313-320, 2012.
  • Webster, C.W.R., Töpfer, E., Klauser, F. and Raab, C.D. (eds) Video Surveillance: Practices and Policies in Europe. Innovation in the Public Sector Series. Vol 18, IOS Press, 2012.
  • Goos, K., Friedewald, M., Webster, C.W.R., and Leleux, C. (2014). ‘The co-evolution of surveillance technologies and surveillance practices’ in Wright, D. and Kreissl, R. (eds), Surveillance in Europe.
  • Webster, C.W.R., Galdon Clavell, G., Zurawski, N., Boersma, K., Sagvari, B., Backman, C. and Leleux, C., (eds.) (2013) ‘Living in Surveillance Societies: 'The State of Surveillance' Proceedings of LiSS Conference 3. Create Space Platform. Charleston, South Carolina, USA.
  • Fincham, R. (2012) ‘The client in the client-consultant relationship’, in Kipping, M. and Clark, T. (eds.) The Oxford handbook of management consulting, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 411-26.
  • Handley, K., Sturdy, A., Clark, T. and Fincham, R. (2012) ‘A space for learning? Physical, relational and agential space in strategy consulting’, in Reihlen, M. and Werr, A. (eds.) Handbook of research on entrepreneurship in professional services, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 65-85.
  • Webster, C.W.R., Balahur D., Zurawski, N., Boersma, K., Sagvari B., Backman, C. and Leleux, C. (eds.) (2012) ‘Living in Surveillance Societies: The Ghosts of Surveillance’ (redacted by Leleux, Charles). Editura Universitatii, Alexandru Ioan Cuza, IASI, Romania.
  • Kittler, M. G. (2011) International Business, Text and Cases, Pearson, London
  • Fincham, R. (2010) ‘The consultant-client relationship: critical perspectives on the management of organizational change’, in Avakian, S. and Clark, T. (eds) Management consulting, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • Burt, G. (2009). ‘From Causal Textures to Predetermined Elements to New Realities in Scenario Thinking and Practice’, in , Rafael Ramírez, John W Selsky, Kees and van der Heijden, (eds) Business Planning for Turbulent Times: New Methods for Applying Scenarios, Earthscan, , 207-221
  • Forbes, T., (2009). ‘Entrepreneurs, Institutions and Institutional Entrepreneurship’, in Ateljevic, J., and Page, S., (Eds.). Tourism and Entrepreneurship: International Perspectives, Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann.
  • Sturdy, A., Fincham, R., Clark, T. and Handley, K. (2009). ‘Management consultancy: Boundaries and knowledge in action’, Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Clark, T., Handley, K., Sturdy, A. and Fincham, R. (2008) ‘Management consultancy and humour in action and context’, in Fineman, S. (ed.) The emotional organization: Passions and power. Oxford: Blackwell, 134-50
  • Fincham, R., Clark, T., Handley, K. and Sturdy, A. (2008), ‘Knowledge narratives and heterogeneity in management consultancy and professional services’ in Ackroyd, S. and Muzio, D. (eds.) Redirections in the analysis of expert labour, Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 183-203
  • Sturdy, A., Handley, K., Clark, T. and Fincham, R. (2008) ‘Rethinking the role of management consultants as disseminators of business knowledge’, in Scarbrough, H. (ed.) The evolution of business knowledge, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 239-58
  • Fincham, R. (2007) ‘Management consultants’, in Ritzer, G. (ed.) Blackwell encyclopedia of sociology, Oxford: Blackwell, 2719-22.
  • Bruce, A., Forbes, T. (2005). ‘Community Care in Scotland: Can Joint Management Bridge the Gap?’ in Tavakoli, M. and Davies, H (eds.), Reforming Health Systems: Analysis and Evidence, Ashgate, 123-134.
  • Fincham, R. and Rhodes, P. S. (2005). ‘Principles of organizational behaviour 4th edn’, Oxford: Oxford University Press 
  • Burt, G. and van der Heijden, K. (2002). ‘Reframing industry boundaries for structural advantage – the role of scenario planning’, in Gill Ringland (ed), Scenarios in Business,  John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, West Sussex, 223 – 232
  • Clark, T. and Fincham, R. (eds.) (2002). ‘Critical consulting: New perspectives on the management advice industry’, Oxford: Blackwell
  • Fincham, R. (2002) ‘Charisma versus technique: differentiating the expertise of management gurus and management consultants’, in Clark, T. and Fincham, R. (eds.) Critical consulting: New perspectives on the management advice industry, Oxford: Blackwell, 191-205
  • Fincham, R. (2000) ‘Management as magic: Reengineering and the search for business salvation’, Knights, D. and Willmott, H. (eds.) The re-engineering revolution: Critical studies of corporate change, London: Sage, 174-191 
  • Forbes, T. (2000). ‘Devolution and control within the UK public     sector: National Health Service Trusts’, in Johnson, G, Scholes, K (eds.), Exploring Public Sector Strategy, Prentice-Hall Europe, 284-299.
Business & Strategy: Reports & Other Publications

 

  • Webster, C.W.R. Everyday Surveillance. Royal Society of Arts MCICH ‘Festival of Ideas’ public event on ‘Surveillance, privacy and security: rights, responsibilities and challenges’, St Stephen’s Centre, Edinburgh, 21 March 2015.
  • Webster, C.W.R. Surveillance and Everyday Life. Scottish Public Law Group public symposium ‘The surveillance society – who’s watching whom?, 5 March 2015.
  • Webster, C.W.R. et al. MOSAIC: Multi-Modal Situation Assessment & Analytics Platform Final Ethics Advisory Board Report European Commission 7th Framework Programme (Grant Agreement Number 261776), 19 January 2015.
  • Webster, C.W.R. and Leleux, C. The ASSERT Database of experts in the field of societal security, ASSERT (Assessing Security Research: Tools and Methodologies to measure societal impact) Deliverable D2.3, ASSERT European Commission FP7 (Grant Agreement No. 313062) report, 30 April 2014.
  • Fussey, P. and Webster, C.W.R. Camera Surveillance in Jersey, Jersey States Education and Home Affairs Scrutiny Panel, Presented to the States on 16th January 2014.

 

  • Brown, R., Mason, C. and Mawson, S. (2014) ‘Increasing the ‘Vital 6%’: Designing effective public policy to support high growth firms’, Nesta Working Paper 14/01, London: Nesta.
  • Leleux, C. and Webster, C.W.R. (2014) ‘The sale of ‘edited’ electoral registers in Scotland: Implications for Citizenship, Privacy and Data Protection,’ Surveillance: Ambiguities and Asymmetries, Sixth Biennial Surveillance and Society conference, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 24-26 April, 2014.
  • Webster, C.W.R., Leleux, C., Sterbik-Lamina, J., Cas J., Peissl, W., Fischer, D., Bonss, W., De Hert, P., Galdon Clavell, G., Galetta, A., Fonio, C., Jones, R., Székely, I., Vissy, B., (2013) ‘The Social Perspective’ IRISS Deliverable 2.1, January.
  • Webster, C.W.R. Smart CCTV at ‘Smart Cities: Smart Privacy’ meeting of the Scottish Privacy Forum
 meeting, University of Stirling, 8 December 2014.
  • Leleux, C. and Webster, C.W.R. The Sale of Electoral Registers in Scotland: Implications for Citizenship, Privacy and Data Protection. Management, Work and Organization Division Seminar Series, University of Stirling, 25 November 2014.
  • Webster, C.W.R. Accountability in a Public Service Environment. ‘Cultures of Accountability: Expert Workshop’, organised by the PARIS EU research project, Leuven, Belgium, 13 November 2014.
  • Webster, C.W.R. The Social Perspective of Surveillance in Society. ‘DEMOSEC: Democracy and Security’ conference, Brussels, 29-30 October 2014
  • Webster, C.W.R. and Leleux, C. The emergence of SMART CCTV in Scotland, ‘Surveillance: Ambiguities and Asymmetries’ Surveillance Studies Network 6th Biennial Surveillance & Society Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 24-25 April 2014.
  • Campbell, C. and Webster, C.W.R. The Coalescent State – Assemblages of public policy and governmentality in surveillance, ‘Surveillance: Ambiguities and Asymmetries’ Surveillance Studies Network 6th Biennial Surveillance & Society Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 24-25 April 2014.
  • Webster, C.W.R. The Diffusion of ANPR in the UK, Computers, Privacy and Data Protection Conference, La Maison Des Arts, Brussels, 23 January 2014.
  • Mawson, S. and Brown, R. (2013) ‘The Companies of Scale programme in Scotland’, in An international benchmarking analysis of public programmes for high-growth firms, Paris: OECD LEED programme.
  • Raab, C., Jones, R., Fischer, D., Bonss, W., Lastic, E., Székely, I., Vissy, B., Galdon Clavell., Webster, C.W.R., Leleux, C., De Hert, P., Galetta, A. (2013)  ‘The Political Perspective’  IRISS Deliverable 2.2, January,
  • Thanos, I.C., Dimitratos, P. and Sapouna P. (2013). “The Moderating Effects of Environmental Hostility and Political Behavior on the Relationship between International Entrepreneurial Orientation and Foreign Performance”, 39th European International Business Academy, Bremen, Germany.
  • Webster, C.W.R., Leleux, C., Wright, D., Raab, C., Jones, R., De Hert, P. and Galetta, A. (2013)‘The Theoretical Framework’ IRISS Deliverable 2.4, January.
  • Webster, C.W.R. and Leleux, C. Template setting out classification of experts’ competences, ASSERT (Assessing Security Research: Tools and Methodologies to measure societal impact) Deliverable D2.2, ASSERT European Commission FP7 (Grant Agreement No. 313062) report, 30 November 2013.
  • Webster, C.W.R. et al. MOSAIC: Multi-Modal Situation Assessment & Analytics Platform Ethics Advisory Board Report European Commission 7th Framework Programme (Grant Agreement Number 261776), 19 November 2013.
  • Webster, C.W.R. and Leleux, C. Strategy for identifying experts in the field, ASSERT (Assessing Security Research: Tools and Methodologies to measure societal impact) Deliverable D2.1, ASSERT European Commission FP7 (Grant Agreement No. 313062) report, 31 August 2013.
  • Webster, C.W.R. and Leleux, C. The Social Perspective: A report presenting a review of the key features raised by the social perspectives of surveillance and democracy, IRISS (Increasing Resilience in Surveillance Societies) Deliverable D2.1, IRISS European Commission FP7 (Grant Agreement No. 290492), 31 January 2013.
  • Webster, C.W.R. and Leleux, C. SMART CCTV in Scotland, European Group of Public Administration Annual Conference, Edinburgh, 11-13 September 2013.
  • Webster, C.W.R. The myths and realities of CCTV in the UK, Edinburgh Skeptics event, Banshee Labyrinth, Edinburgh, 20 June 2013.
  • Webster, C.W.R. The LiSS effect: outcomes and impacts. Living in Surveillance Societies Final Conference, COST Office, Brussels, 31 May 2013.
  • Webster, C.W.R. Your future in a surveillance society. presented during a performance of The Salon Project, Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, 19 March 2013.
  • Webster, C.W.R. Surveillance and the meaning of life. Professorial inaugural lecture, University of Stirling, 1 February 2013.
  • Webster, C.W.R. liquid surveillance (public roundtable discussion). De Markten Gallery, Brussels, Public event of the Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) 6th Annual Conference, 23 January 2013.
  • Manolopoulos, D., Sapouna, P., Dimitratos P. and Sofikitis, E. (2012). “Global Staffing Practices for Knowledge Professionals: Key Drivers for the Selection of International Assignees”, 38th European International Business Academy Annual Conference. Brighton, United Kingdom.
  • Wright, D., Székely, I., Friedewald, M., Rodriguez, R., Kreissl, R., Čas, J., Raab, C., Vissy, B., Goos, K., Webster, C.W.R., Leleux, C., Galdon Clavell, G., Norris, C., Krlic, M., Groves, L., Amicelle, A., Strauß, S., Ball, K., Hallinan, D., De Hert, P., Galetta, A., and Jones, R. ‘Surveillance, fighting crime and violence’ IRISS Deliverable 1.1, December 2012.
  • Webster, C.W.R. The myths and realities of CCTV provision and governance in the UK. Glasgow Skeptics event, The Admiral Bar, Glasgow, 12 June 2012.
  • Webster, C.W.R. The state of surveillance. Paper presented at the Living in Surveillance Societies Conference 3, Open University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain, 29-31 May 2012.
  • Webster, C.W.R. The state of surveillance: Big brother, little sister and uncle sam (public roundtable discussion). Centre for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona, Barcelona, 30 May 2012.
  • Webster, C.W.R. Surveillance as x-ray: Reconsidering information age public services. Paper presented at the ‘Watch This Space: Surveillance Futures’ Fifth Biennial Surveillance and Society Conference, University of Sheffield, UK, 2-4 April 2012.
  • Webster, C.W.R. Smart CCTV. Paper presented at the ‘On the Rise of Smart Technologies: Surveillance Privacy and Ethics’ session of the Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) 5th Annual Conference, Vrije Universiteil Brussel, 25-27 January 2012.
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  • Sapouna, P., Sofikitis, E. and Manolopoulos, D. (2011). “Environmental Considerations of Subsidiaries' Corporate Strategy: the Impact of the Organizational Context”, 37th European International Business Academy Annual Conference, Bucharest, Romania.
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  • Dimitratos, P., Sapouna, P., Larimo, J., Lehmann, R. and Zuchella, A. (2010). ‘Market Withdrawal, International Orientation and Marketing Resources: Effects on SME International Performance’, Academy of International Business Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Sapouna, P. (2010). ‘Mergers and Acquisitions (M&As): Geographical Perspectives’, 7th Annual Conference of the Department of Management Science and Technology “Youth Entrepreneurship and Digital Environment”, Athens, Greece.
  • Manolopoulos, D., Dimitratos, P. and Sapouna, P. (2009). ‘International Assignment Directions of R&D Employees in Multinational Enterprise Subsidiaries’, 35th European International Business Academy Annual Conference, Valencia, Spain.
  • Sapouna, P. (2009). ‘Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) Regional Orientation and the Myth Behind Global Players’, 6th Annual Conference of the Conference Department of Management Science and Technology “Management Science and Technology in the Modern Business Environment”, Athens, Greece.
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