Recent Publications

The following lists recent journal and book publications by DIT faculty.  For further information on College of Business publication activity please visit the DIT Arrow Repository at http://arrow.dit.ie/.

2016

Ayman Tobail, A., Crowe, J. and Arisha, A. (2016) Interactive Learning: Developing an eSimulation Portal Framework, Irish Journal of Management.

Buckley, A.P. (2016) Using contribution analysis to evaluate small and medium enterprise support policy. Evaluation.

Byers, V. (2016) Communication in the workplace. In Cross. C & Carbery, R. (Eds.) Organisational Behaviour: An Introduction. Basingstoke: Palgrave McMillan.

Byers, V. (2016) Democratic governance and health: Hospitals, politics, and health in New Zealand. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law.

Connolly, J. and Dolan, P. (2016) Social class tensions, habitus and the advertising of Guinness. Sociological Review.

Cunningham J., O’Reilly P., O’Kane, C., Mangematin V. (2016) Publicly funded principal investigators as transformative agents of public sector entrepreneurship. In Audretsch, D. and Link, A. (Eds.) Essays in Public Sector Entrepreneurship.

Cunningham J., O’Reilly P., O’Kane, C., Mangematin V. (2016) Publicly Funded Principal Investigators Allocation of Time for Public Sector Entrepreneurship Activities, Economia e Politica Industriale.

Cunningham, J.; O’Reilly, P.; O’Kane, C.; Mangematin, V., Managerial challenges of publicly funded principal investigators. International Journal of Technology Management.

Dolan, P. (2016) Adult and child identities in Irish primary schools, c. 1830–1909. History of Education.

Feeney, S. and Hogan, J. (2016) A path dependence approach to understanding educational policy harmonisation: The qualifications framework in the European higher education area. Higher Education Policy.

Galstyan, V. and Velic, A. (2016) Debt thresholds and real exchange rates: An emerging markets perspective. Journal of International Money and Finance.

Hogan, J. and O’Rourke, B. (2016) A discursive institutionalist approach to understanding comparative policy change: Ireland and Mexico in the 1980s. Latin American Policy.

Hogan, J. and O’Rourke, B. (2016) Understanding changes to Irish industrial policy using a discursive institutionalist approach. Melbourne Journal of Politics.

Hogan, J., and O’Rourke, B. (2016) Understanding the Changes to Irish industrial policy during the 1980s using a discursive institutionalist approach,  Melbourne Journal of Politics.

Hogan, J., and Timoney, N. (2016) A discursive institutionalist approach to understanding the changes in Irish social partnership policy after 2008. Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland.

Jawad, R., Dolan, P., and Skillington, T. (2016) Sociology in the 21st century: Reminiscence and redefinition. Sociology.

Mohammed Mesabbah , Amr Arisha (2016) Performance management of the public healthcare services in Ireland: a review. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance.

Mulhall, S. (2016) Critical moments and second-chance education constructing socially excluded women’s stories of career success. Journal of Education and Work.

O’Reilly P., Cunningham J., Mangematin V., O'Kane C., (2016) At the frontiers of scientific advancement: the factors that influence scientists to become or choose to become publicly funded principal investigators. Journal of Technology Transfer.

O'Rourke, B. K., and Hogan, J. (2016) Guaranteeing failure: neoliberal discourse in the Irish economic crisis. Journal of Political Ideologies.

O'Rourke, B. K., and Hogan, J. (2016). Guaranteeing failure: neoliberal discourse in the Irish economic crisis. Journal of Political Ideologies.

Ryan, C. and Wagner, C.M. (2016) Supply Chain Strategies and the Engineer-to-Order Approach. In Richard Addo-Tenkorang, R., Jussi Kantola, J., Petri Helo, P. and Ahm Shamsuzzoha, A. Supply Chain Strategies and the Engineer-to-Order Approach, IGI Global.

Vahagn Galstyan, V. and Velic, A. (2016) Debt thresholds and real exchange rates: An emerging markets perspective, Journal of International Money and Finance.

Woodard, M.S., Miller, J.K., Miller, D.J., Silvernail, K.D., Guo, C., Nair, S., Aydin, M.D., da Costa Lemos, A.H., Donnelly, P.F., Kumpikaite-Valiuniene, V., Marx, R.and Peters, L.M. (2016) A cross-cultural examination of preferences for work attributes. Journal of Managerial Psychology.

 

2015

Buckley, A.P. (2015) Using sequential mixed methods in enterprise policy evaluation: A pragmatic design choice?. Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods.

Byers V. (2015) The challenges of leading change in health-care delivery from the front-line. Journal of Nursing Management.

Cody, K. (2015) ‘Liminal’ in Ritzter, G. (Ed). Encyclopedia of Sociology (2nd Ed.) Wiley-Blackwell.

Cody, K. (2015) Hearing muted voices: the crystallization approach to critical and reflexive child-centric consumer research. Young Consumers.

Cody, K. and Dunn, B. T. (2015) Musical Identity: solo artist and band projects. In Beech, N. & Gilmore, C. (Eds.). Organising Music: Theory, Practice, Performance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cotter, J., and Hanly, J. (2015) Performance of utility based hedges. Energy Economics.

Dolan, P. (2015) Balances between civilising processes and offensives: Adult–child relations in Irish primary schools from the mid-nineteenth century. Human Figurations.

Dolan, P., and Connolly, J. (2015) Documents and detachment in the figurational sociology of sport. Empiria: Revista de Metodología de Ciencias Sociales.

Dolan, Paddy (2015) ‘Norbert Elias’. In J. Michael Ryan and Dan Cook (Eds.) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Consumption and Consumer Studies. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Duffy, D. (2015) Situating Men within Local Terrain: A Sociological Perspective on Consumption Practices. In John W. Schouten, Diane M. Martin, Russell Belk (Eds.) Consumer Culture Theory (Research in Consumer Behavior, Volume 16) Emerald Group Publishing.

Duffy, M.  and O’Rourke, B.  (2015) A systemic view of meetings: Windows on organization collective minding.  In J. A. Allen, N. Lehmann-Willenbrock & S. G. Rogelberg (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Meeting Science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Feeney, S. and Horan, C. (2015) The Bologna Process and the European Qualifications Framework: A routines approach to understanding the emergence of educational policy harmonisation. In Hogan, J., and Howlett, M. (Eds.) Policy Paradigms in Theory and Practice: Discourses, Ideas and Anomalies in Public Policy Dynamics. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Feeney, S., Hogan, J. & Donnelly, P.F. (2015) What stick figures tell us about Irish politics: Creating a critical and collaborative learning space. Teaching in Higher Education.

Finch, J., Horan, C. and Reid, E. (2015) The performativity of sustainability: making a conduit a marketing device. Journal of Marketing Management.

MacDonald, E., Sherlock, R., and Hogan J. (2015) Measuring political brand equity in Ireland. Irish Political Studies.

Morales, L. and Soler-Domínguez, A. (2015) Assessment for learning: How plagiarism can be used as an efficient learning tool. International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research.

Morales, L., Soler-Domínguez, A. (2015) “Using ePortfolios to encourage responsible feedback. Higher Learning Research Communications.

Morales, L., Soler-Domínguez, A., and Tarkovska, V. (2015) Self-regulated learning and the role of ePortfolios in business Studies. Education and Information Technologies.

Mulhall, S. (2015) Evaluating HRD programmes. In Carbery, R. and Cross, C. (Eds.) Human Resource Development: A Concise Introduction, Hampshire, Palgrave Macmillan.

Hogan, J., and Howlett, M. (Eds.) (2015) Policy Paradigms in Theory and Practice: Discourses, Ideas and Anomalies in Public Policy Dynamics. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Murray, J., Elms, J. and Teller, C. (2015) Consumer perceptions of higher and lower-level designed store environments. The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research.

O’Driscoll, A., Claudy, M. and Garcia, R., (2015), ‘Consumer resistance to innovation – a behavioral reasoning perspective’, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science.

O’Rourke, B., Hogan, J. and Donnelly, P. (2015) Developing an elite formation index for comparative elite studies: The schooling of Irish and UK cabinet ministers. Politics.

O'Donnell, E. & L. O'Donnell (2015) Technology-enhanced learning: towards providing supports for PhD students and researchers in Higher Education. In Handbook of Research on Scholarly Publishing and Research Methods.

O'Donnell, E., Lawless, S., Sharp, M. and Wade, V. (2015) A review of personalised e-learning: Towards supporting learner diversity. International Journal of Distance Education Technologies.

O'Donnell, E., Lawless, S., Sharp, M., and O'Donnell, L. (2015). Learning theories: ePedagogical strategies for massive open online courses in higher education. In E. McKay, & J. Lenarcic (Eds.) Macro-Level Learning through Massive Open Online Courses: Strategies and Predictions for the Future. Hershey, PA.

O'Kane, C., Mangematin, V., O'Reilly, P., and Cunningham, J. (2015) Underpinning strategic behaviours and posture of principal investigators in transition/uncertain environments, Long Range Planning.

Osorio, A.E., Donnelly, P.F. and Ozkazanc-Pan, B. (2015) An entrepreneurial context for the theory of the firm: Exploring assumptions and consequences. New England Journal of Entrepreneurship.

Pastine, I., Pastine, T. and Redmond, P. (2015) Incumbent-quality advantage and counterfactual electoral stagnation in the U.S. Senate. Politics.

Prendergast, M. (2016) Training and developing non-Irish workers, European Journal of Training and Development.

Ragab, M.A.F. and Arisha, A. (2015). The MinK framework: towards measuring individual knowledge. Knowledge Management Research & Practice.

Rashwan, W., Abo-Hamad, W. and Arisha, A. (2015) A system dynamics view of the acute bed blockage problem in the Irish healthcare system. European Journal of Operational Research.

Redmond, P. and Regan, J., 2015. Incumbency advantage in a proportional electoral system: a regression discontinuity analysis of Irish elections. European Journal of Political Economy.

Redmond, P., Regan, J. (2015) Incumbency advantage in a proportional electoral system: a regression discontinuity analysis of Irish elections. European Journal of Political Economy.

Sinclair, Gary and Paddy Dolan (2015) Heavy metal figurations: Music consumption, subcultural control and civilising processes. Marketing Theory.

Thorwarth, M., Rashwan, W., and Arisha, A. (2015) An analytical representation of flexible resource allocation in hospitals. Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal.

Veksler, A. (2015) Lobbying in the sunshine—hiding behind transparency?, Journal of Public Affairs Volume.