Each year, staff and postgraduates in the Business School publish a large number of articles based on their research, expertise and teaching. A full list of recent publications is produced here in chronological order. You may also search for publications using our search box.
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Sillince JAA, Saeedi MH.
A committee effectiveness evaluation support system.
In: Decision Sciences International Conference (DSI99). 1999, Athens, Greece. Sillince JAA, Saeedi MH.
A formal model of organizational argumentation: applications of informal logic to a committee meeting.
Cybernetics and Systems: An International Journal 1999, 30(5), 365-409. Hicks C, McGovern T, Earl CF.
A methodology for supporting internal and external supply chains through the use of information technology: a case study in the insulated wire and cable industry.
In: 8th International Annual IPSERA Conference on Perspectives on Purchasing and Supply for the Millenium. 1999, Belfast and Dublin. Sillince JAA, Rosenberg D.
A model of common ground for browsing, tracking and summarising computer-mediated communication.
In: Proceedings of Innovative Intranet Information Systems IIIS-99, Beyond the Desktop Workshop. 1999. McLaren J.
A Strategic Perspective on Economic Value Added.
Management Accounting: Magazine for Chartered Management Accountants 1999, 77(4), 30-32. Gibbon J, Joshi PL.
A survey of environmental accounting and reporting in Bahrain.
Journal of Applied Accounting Research 1999, 5(1), 4-36. Broderick AJ, Mueller RD.
A Theoretical and Empirical Exegesis of the Consumer Involvement Construct: The Psychology of the Food Shopper.
Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice 1999, (7), 97-108. Miller AD, Appleyard AR, Mclaren JA.
University of Newcastle upon Tyne: Department of Accounting & Finance, 1999. Discussion Paper 99/1. An Empirical Evaluation of Beta Degearing Formulas Using the Pure Play Techniques: Preliminary Results. Sillince JAA, Saeedi MH.
An intelligent agent which uses argumentation analysis for searching the Internet.
In: International Conference on Industry, Engineering and Management Systems (IEMS). 1999, Cocoa Beach, Florida, USA. Hutchinson WG, Chilton SM.
Combining preference ordering and contingent valuation methods to assess non market benefit of alternative afforestation projects.
Journal of Rural Studies 1999, 15(1), 103-109. Rosenberg D, Sillince JAA.
Common ground in computer-supported collaborative argumentation.
In: Workshop on Computer-Supported Collaborative Argumentation for Learning Communities, CSCL99 Conference. 1999, Department of Education, Stanford University, California. Sillince JAA, Saeedi MH.
Computer-mediated communication: problems and potentials of argumentation support systems.
Decision Support Systems 1999, 26(4), 287-306. Fowler A, Walsh M.
Conflicting perceptions of success in an information systems project.
International Journal of Project Management 1999, 17(1), 1-10. Harvey C, Green E, Corfield P.
Continuity, change and specialization within metropolitan London: the economy of Westminster, 1750 – 1820.
Economic History Review 1999, 52(3), 469-493. Charles DR, Bradley DP, Chatterton P, Coombes MG, Gillespie AE.
Newcastle upon Tyne: Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies, 1999. Core Cities Centres for Regeneration. Maclean M.
Corporate governance in France and the UK: Long-term perspectives on contemporary institutional arrangements.
Business History 1999, 41(1), 88-116. Naumenkova SV, Jones JR.
Developing Trends in the Market for Financial Services.
In: Papers from Ukrainian Academy of Banking Conference Proceedings. 1999. Sillince JAA, Harindranath G.
Differing rates of progress in IS development and BPR: a case study.
In: Zupancic J., Wojkowski G., Wojkowski W., and Wrycza S, ed. Systems development methods for the next century. New York: Plenum Publishing Corp, 1999. Chilton SM, Hutchinson WG.
Do focus groups contribute anything to the contingent valuation process?.
Journal of Economic Psychology 1999, 20(4), 465-483. Song DP, Hicks C, Earl CF.
Due date planning for complex product systems with uncertain processing times.
In: Conference on the Control of Industrial Processes: Proceedings of the Second International Conference. 1999, Newcastle upon Tyne: University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Sillince JAA.
Information Systems Journal Special Issue on Virtual Teamwork 1999, 9, 1-3. Pender LJ.
European Aviation: The Emergence Of Franchised Airline Operations.
Tourism Management 1999, 20(5), 565-574. Mueller F, Dyerson R.
Expert Humans or Expert Organisations?.
Organization Studies 1999, 20(2), 225-256. Chilton SM, Hutchinson MG.
Exploring divergence between respondent and researcher definitions of the good in contingent valuation studies.
Journal of Agricultural Economics 1999, 50(1), 1-16. Fowler A.
Feedback and feedforward as systemic frameworks for operations control.
International Journal of Operations and Production Management 1999, 19(2), 182-204. Erjavec E, Gorton M, Kuhar A, Valant V.
Firm level restructuring in the Slovenian food industry.
Post-Communist Economies 1999, 11(4), 518-539. Chilton SM, Hutchinson WG.
Focus groups and the contingent valuation process: A reply.
Journal of Economic Psychology 1999, 20(4), 495-498. C. Wren.
Grant Equivalent Expenditure on Industrial Subsidies in the Post-war United Kingdom.
In: Harvey Armstrong and Jim Taylor, ed. The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics: The Economics of Regional Policy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1999, pp.19-54. Jones N, Wilson R, Simpson L.
London: Department Trade of Industy DTI, 1999. Home and Leisure (HASS/LASS) A&E Accident Data Collection project report. Benneworth P, Charles DR.
Human resources and sustaining competitive advantage in the North East pharmaceutical industry.
Northern Economic Review 1999, 29, 63-81. Braiden PM, Hicks C.
Improved knowledge management activities in the design and manufacture of engineer-to-order capital goods.
In: Know ' 99: New Directions in Research, Theory and Practice. 1999, UTS Sydney, Australia. Sillince JAA, Saeedi MH.
Incorporating rhetorical and plausible reasoning in a system for simulating argumentation.
Knowledge Based Systems 1999, 12(3), 113-127. Saeedi MH, Sillince JAA.
Incorporating rhetorical and plausible reasoning in an electronic conferencing system.
In: International Conference on Human Computer Interaction (HCI). 1999, Munich, Germany. Wren C, Taylor J.
Industrial restructuring and regional policy.
Oxford Economic Papers 1999, 51(3), 487-516. Dyerson R, Mueller FU.
Learning, teamwork and appropriability: managing technological change in the Department of Social Security.
Journal of Management Studies 1999, 36(5), 629-652. Alderman, N.
Local product development trajectories: engineering establishments in three contrasting regions.
In: E.J. Malecki and P.Oinas, ed. Making Connections: Technological Learning and Regional Economic Change. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999, pp.79-107. Rappert B, Webster A, Charles DR.
Making sense of diversity and reluctance: academic-industrial relations and intellectual property.
Research Policy 1999, 28(8), 873-890. Rappert B, Webster A, Charles D.
Making sense of diversity and reluctance: Academic-industrial relations and intellectual property.
Research Policy 1999, 28(8), 873-890. Munro I.
Man Machine Systems: People and Technology in OR.
Systems Practice and Action Research 1999, 12, 513-532. Robson MT, Wren C.
Marginal and average tax rates and the incentive for self-employment.
Southern Economic Journal 1999, 65(4), 757-773. Pender LJ.
Cheltenham: Nelson Thornes Ltd, 1999. Marketing Management For Travel And Tourism. Pender LJ.
Thompson, 1999. Marketing Management for Travel and Tourism. Moon P, Keasey K, Duxbury D.
Mental Accounting and Decision Making: The relationship between relative and absolute savings.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 1999, 38, 145-153. Wren C.
Methodologies for Evaluating the New Business Support.
In: DTI and Academic Seminar on Assessing the Supply-Side benefits of Business Support. 1999, London: HM Treasury. McGovern T, Hicks C, Earl CF.
Modelling supply chain management processes in engineer-to-order companies.
International Journal of logistics: Research and Applications 1999, 2(2), 147-159. Fowler A.
Modelling, simulation and innovative design in complex adaptive business management systems.
Computing & Control Engineering Journal 1999, 10(6), 267-276. Charles DR, Benneworth P.
Plant Closure and Institutional Modernisation: Siemens microelectronics in the North East.
Local Economy 1999, 14(3), 200-213. Sillince JAA.
Power and topic shifts in strategic management argumentation.
In: Conference on Argumentation at the Centurys Turn. 1999, Brock University, Ontario, USA. Bowden S, Higgins DM.
Productivity on the Cheap? the More Looms Experiment and the Lancashire Weaving Industry During the Inter-War Years.
Business History 1999, 41, 21-41. J. Gibbon, K. Johnston and J. Loughran.
Relevance Sought! What do practitioners know about ABM implementation.
The Journal of Applied Accounting Research 1999, 5(2), 3-29. Duxbury D, Keasey K.
John Wiley and Sons, 1999. Repeated Financial Decisions: An Experimental Analysis. Sillince JAA, Harindranath G.
Risk in partnerships involving MIS development: lessons from a re-engineering case study.
In: 10th Conference of the Information Resources Management Association (IRMA). 1999, Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA. Chilton SM, Hutchinson WG.
Some further implications of incorporating the warm glow of giving into welfare measures: A comment on the use of donation mechanisms by Champ et al.
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 1999, 37(2), 202-209. Gorton M.
Spatial variations in markets served by UK-based small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 1999, 11(1), 39-55. Charles DR.
Technology, organization, and competitiveness: Perspectives on industrial and corporate change.
New Technology, Work & Employment 1999, 14(2), 159-161. Davie, S.S.K.
The aesthetics of ambiguities in accounting.
The journal of Pacific Studies 1999, 23(2), 229-253. Lowe T.
The Communitarian Critique of the Market.
In: Richard Norman, ed. Ethics and the Market. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999, pp.63-91. Hicks C, McGovern T, Herd ME.
The control of internal supply chain: a case study in the insulated wire and cable industry.
In: Conference on the Control of Industrial Processes: Proceedings of the Second International Conference. 1999, University of Newcastle upon Tyne: University of Newcastle upon Tyne. C. Wren and M. Waterson.
The Direct Employment Effects of Financial Assistance to Industry.
In: Harvey Armstrong and Jim Taylor, ed. The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics: The Economics of Regional Policy. 1999, pp.408-30. Sillince JAA.
The organizational setting, use and institutionalization of argumentation repertoires.
Journal of Management Studies 1999, 36(6), 795-831. Sillince JAA.
The role of political language forms and language coherence in the organizational change process.
Organization Studies 1999, 20(3), 485-518. Harvey C, Denton J.
To Come of Age: The Antecedents of Organisational Learning.
Journal of Management Studies 1999, 36(7), 897-918. Maclean M.
Towards a European model? A comparative evaluation of recent corporate governance initiatives in France and the UK.
Journal of European Area Studies 1999, 7(2), 227-245. Pender LJ.
Travel Trade and Transport Franchising.
In: Lashley, C. & Morrisson, A, ed. Franchising: A Service Sector Focus. Butterworth Heinemann, 1999. R. Sollis, S.J. Leybourne and P. Newbold.
Unit roots and asymmetric smooth transitions.
Journal of Time Series Analysis 1999, 20, 671-677. Sillince JAA, Harindranath G.
Using discourse analysis to understand software development.
In: Eighth International Conference on Information Systems Development - ISD99. 1999, Boise, Idaho, USA.