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Highlighted Journal Publications
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Ross Gordon, Rebekah Russell-Bennett & R. Craig Lefebvre, ‘Social marketing: The state of play and brokering a way forward’.Journal of Marketing Management, 32(11-12): 1059-1082, 2016. This served as the opening article in the special issue entitled ‘Advancing theory and research in strategic social marketing’.
Baumann, C., Hamin, H., Tung, R. and Hoadley, S., (2016) "Competitiveness and workforce performance: Asia vis-à-vis the “West”", International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol. 28 Iss: 10
Abas Mirzaei, Chris Baumann, David Gray (and one co-author from Swinburne) ‘The impact of brand health on customer equity, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services
Nick Parr (and two colleagues from AFAS at Macquarie) ‘A cost of living longer: Projections of the effects of prospective mortality improvement on economic support ratios for 14 advanced economies’.Population Studies
Baumann, C., Timming, A. R., & Gollan, P. J. (2016). Taboo tattoos? A study of the gendered effects of body art on consumers' attitudes toward visibly tattooed front line staff. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 29, 31-39.
Yue Wang (and two colleagues from UTS and Chinese University of Hong Kong) ‘Understanding international business negotiation behaviour: Credible commitments, dispute resolution, and the role of institutions’.International Negotiation, 21(1), 165-198, 2016
Abas Mirzaei, David Gray, Chris Baumann (and a colleague from Swinburne Univ) ‘Assessing ad spend patterns to predict brand health’, Journal of Advertising Research
Yue Wang (and two colleagues from University of San Francisco and UNSW) ‘The impact of knowledge transfer on MNC subsidiary performance: Does cultural distance matter?’ Knowledge Management Research and Practice
Abas Mirzaei, Helen Siuki, David Gray, and Lester Johnson ‘Brand associations in the higher education sector: the difference between shared and owned associations’, Journal of Brand Management
Grant Michelson (and a French colleague) ‘The common good of the firm and humanistic management: Conscious Capitalism and Economy of Communion’ Journal of Business Ethics
Yue Wang (and four colleagues from Nanjing University / Chinese University of Hong Kong) ‘What drives the internationalization of Chinese SMEs? The joint effects of international entrepreneurship characteristics, network ties, and firm ownership’ International Business Review, 25(2), pp. 522-534, April 2016
In the Media
Associate Professor Nick Parr form the Department of Marketing and Management provided comment to ABC Online saying that grouping all Asians together ignored the cultural diversity of the Asian continent.
New Research Circulated by WARC, WARC is a prestigious company providing advertising services to the world's largest advertising and media agencies. A recent paper by Abas Mirzaei, David Gray, Chris Baumann from DoMM and Lester W Johnson from Swinburne University, entitled “Assessing Ad-Spend Patterns to Predict Brand Health” which appeared in the Journal of Advertising Research (Vol 56, No. 2, 2016) examined brand health: New Research Examines Brand Health
A/Prof Chris Baumann has found that better school discipline is associated with better academic performance. Click here to read the article in the Korean Times
A/Prof Chris Baumann who spoke to Radio National’s The Money program about people’s attitudes towards money. Click here to listen
A/Prof Professor Cynthia Webster and sessional colleague, Frances Chang, for their article ‘How exporting can boost SME earnings by 65%’ in Dynamic Export'
Dr Salut Muhidin and A/Prof Nick Parr were cited in an article in the North Queensland Register about the difficulties in tracking population growth
A/Prof Chris Baumann has published fascinating research into consumer attitudes towards two very different professions, surgeons and mechanics, when it comes to tattoos.http://www.smh.com.au/small-business/trends/the-big-idea/are-tattoos-at-work-still-taboo-20160126-gmehc7.html
The Routledge Companion to Ethics, Politics and organizations (Routledge, 2015 edited by Alison Pullen & Carl Rhodes)
The Routledge Companion to Ethics, Politics and Organizations synthesizes and extends existing research on ethics in organizations by explicitly focusing on ‘ethico-politics’ - where ethics informs political action. It draws connections between ethics and politics in and around organizations and the workplace, examines cutting-edge areas and sets the scene for future research. Through a wealth of international and multidisciplinary contributions this volume considers the broad range of ways in which ethics and politics can be conceived and understood. The chapters look at various ethical traditions, as well as the discursive deployment of ethical terminology in organizational settings, and they also examine large scale political structures and processes and how they relate to different forms of politics which affect behaviour in organizations. These many possibilities are united by a focus on how ethics can be used to inform and justify the exercise of power in organizations. This collection will be a valuable reference source for students and researchers across the disciplines of organizational studies, ethics and politics.