Our Publications

Our Publications


Ross Gordon (and two co-authors from Swinburne University and Cass Business School, UK) ‘Using EEG to examine the role of attention, emotion, working memory, and imagination in narrative-transportation’ European Journal of Marketing (A*-ranked ABDC list).

Paul Nesbit and Richard Badham from MGSM (and three co-authors from the Australian Institute of Management, UWA, and Shanghai University of Finance and Economics) ‘The effects of employee engagement and self-efficacy on job performance: A longitudinal field study’ International Journal of Human Resource Management (A-ranked ABDC list).

Yue Wang, Candy Lu (and their PhD student) ‘Why firms adopt empowerment practices and how such practices affect firm performance? A transaction cost-exchange perspective’ Human Resource Management Review (A-ranked ABDC list).

Sarah Bankins (with two co-authors from ANU and Newcastle) ‘Readying a region: Temporally exploring the development of an Australian regional quadruple helix’ R&D Management, vol. 48, no. 1, pp. 25-43, 2018 (A-ranked ABDC list).

Stephanie Huang (with two co-authors – a former PhD student now at Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, and a colleague from Fudan University) ‘Culturally varied relationality in buyer-supplier negotiations: A multi-session simulation’ International Journal of Conflict Management, vol. 29, no. 1, 2018 (A-ranked ABDC list).

Alison Pullen ‘Writing as labiaplasty’ Organization, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 123-130, 2018 (A-ranked ABDC list).

Alison Pullen (with two co-authors from UTS and University of Sydney) ‘Changing the world? The politics of activism and impact in the neoliberal university’ Organization, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 139-147, 2018 (A-ranked ABDC list).

Shahin Sharifi (with two co-authors from Monash and one co-author from Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul) ‘The impact of service failure and recovery on target and observing customers: A comparative study’ Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management, vol. 26, no. 8, pp. 889-910, 2017 (A-ranked ABDC list).

Louise Thornthwaite, Nikki Balnave, and Alison Barnes ‘Unions and social media: Prospects for gender inclusion’ Gender, Work & Organization (A-ranked ABDC list).


Highlighted A and A* publications from our department

Steve Brammer (and three co-authors – one from Tel Aviv University and two from Birmingham University) ‘An organizational ethic of care and employee involvement in sustainability-related behaviors: A social identity perspective’ Journal of Organizational Behaviour, 38(9), 1380-1395, Nov. 2017. (A*-ranked ABDC list).

Layla Branicki and Steve Brammer (with a co-author from the University of Warwick) ‘Managing carbon aspirations: The influence of corporate climate change targets on environmental performance’ Journal of Business Ethics (A-ranked ABDC list).

Erik Lundmark (and three co-authors with current or previous affiliations with Macquarie) ‘Does reflection help students to develop entrepreneurial capabilities?’ Journal of Small Business Management (A-ranked ABDC list).

Erik Lundmark (and two co-authors from UQ and University of Notre Dame, Indiana) ‘Images of entrepreneurship: Exploring root metaphors and expanding upon them’ Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice(A*-ranked ABDC list and FT50 list).

Aron O’Cass (and two co-authors from Monash and QMUL, UK) ‘Identifying the resource conditions that maximise the relationship between ambidexterity and new product performance’ Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing 32(8), 1038-1050, 2017. (A-ranked ABDC list).

Vida Siahtiri (and one co-author from QMUL, UK) ‘Driving service innovativeness via collaboration with customers and suppliers: Evidence from business-to-business services’ Industrial Marketing Management (A*-ranked ABDC list).

Ross Gordon (and one co-author from Coventry University and three co-authors from UoW) ‘Empirically testing the concept of value-in-behavior and its relevance for social marketing’ Journal of Business Research (A-ranked ABDC list).

Louise ThornthwaiteSocial media and dismissal: Towards a reasonable expectation of privacy?’ Journal of Industrial Relations (A-ranked ABDC list).

Ross Gordon (and four co-authors from Wollongong and Melbourne Universities) ‘Workplace bullying and absenteeism: The mediating roles of poor health and work engagement’ Human Resource Management Journal (A-ranked ABDC list).

Senia Kalfa (and two co-authors from Griffith and Wollongong Universities) ‘The academic game: Compliance and resistance in universitiesWork, Employment and Society (A-ranked ABDC list).

Alison Pullen (and co-author from UTS) ‘Critical business ethics: From corporate self-interest to the glorification of the sovereign pater’ International Journal of Management Reviews (A-ranked ABDC list).

Jana Bowden (and four co-authors) ‘Engagement valence duality and spillover effects in online brand communitiesJournal of Service Theory and Practice (A-ranked ABDC list).

Leanne Carter, (with David Gray and a colleague from each of Charles Sturt and Swinburne Universities) ‘Inertia in services: Causes and consequences for switching’, Journal of Services Marketing (A-ranked ABDC list).

Senia Kalfa (and Lucy Taksa) ‘Employability, managerialism, and performativity in higher education: a relational perspective’, Higher Education, Published online first: 10 Nov 2016, DOI 10.1007/s10734-016-0072-2 (A-ranked ABDC list).

Nick Parr, Salut Muhidin (and one co-author from UNSW) ‘Fathers and infant health and survival in Ende, a rural district of eastern IndonesiaJournal of Population Research(Published online 12/1/2017) DOI: 10.1007/S12546-017-9183-6 (A-ranked ABDC list).

Chris Baumann (and three co-authors: one from UTS and two from Indonesia) ‘Competitiveness vis-à-vis service quality as drivers of customer loyalty mediated by perceptions of regulation and stability in steady and volatile marketsJournal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 36, 62-74, 2017 (A-ranked ABDC list).

Alison Pullen (and two colleagues from UTS and Stockholm University) ‘Affective politics in gendered organizations: Affirmative notes on becoming-womanOrganization, 24(1), 105-123, 2017 (A-ranked ABDC list).

Chris Baumann (and two co-authors from the University of Hamburg) ‘Thank you for the music – or not? The effects of in-store music in service settingsJournal of Retailing and Consumer Services Vol. 36, May 2017 (A-ranked ABDC list).

Fei Guo (and a co-author from Tongji University) ‘Welfare programme participation and the wellbeing of non-local rural migrants in metropolitan China: A social exclusion perspective’ Social Indicators Research, DOI 10.1007/s11205-016-1329-y. (A-ranked ABDC list).

Aron O’Cass (and two co-authors from Curtin and Monash Universities) ‘Unpacking brand management superiority: Examining the interplay of brand management capability, brand orientation and formalisation’, European Journal of Marketing,  51 (1), 177-199, (A*-ranked ABDC list).

Vida SiahtiriDoes cooperating with customers support the financial performance of business-to-business professional service firms?Journal of Service Theory and Practice, Vol 27 Issue 3. (A-ranked ABDC list).

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