Items where Division is "Leeds Business School" and Year is 2022

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Amoo, N and Lodorfos, G and Mahtab, N (2022) Over Half a Century of Strategic Planning Performance Research – What Have We Been Missing. International Journal of Organizational Analysis. ISSN 1934-8835 DOI:


Chowdhury, A and Uddin, MM and Wood, PG (2022) The Resilience of the British and European Goods Industry: Challenge of Brexit. Industrial and Corporate Change. ISSN 0960-6491 DOI:


Derbyshire, J and Morgan, J (2022) Is seeking certainty in climate sensitivity measures counterproductive in the context of climate emergency? The case for scenario planning. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 182. p. 121811. ISSN 0040-1625 DOI:

Diers-Lawson, A (2022) iScotland: Crises, the integrated model of activism and Twitter. In: Social Media and Crisis Communication. Routledge. ISBN 9780367489007 (In Press)

Diers-Lawson, A and Collins, L (2022) Taking off the rose-colored glasses: The influence of crises on employee relationship management. Employee Relations. ISSN 0142-5455 DOI:

Diers-Lawson, A and Meißne, F (2022) Editorial Essay: A Reflection on Methodological Diversity in the Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research. Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research, 5 (1). pp. 1-8. ISSN 2576-0017 DOI:

Dyczkowska, J and Krasodomska, J and Robertson, F (2022) The Role of Integrated Reporting in Communicating Adherence to Stakeholder Capitalism Principles during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Meditari Accountancy Research. ISSN 2049-372X DOI: (In Press)


Hoang, D and Breugelmans, E (2022) “Sorry, the product you ordered is out of stock”: Effects of substitution policy in online grocery retailing. Journal of Retailing. pp. 1-20. ISSN 0022-4359 DOI:


Izquierdo-Sanchez, S and Shaw, A (2022) Analysing pre-release consumer buzz and information cascades within the film industry: are there differences by gender and age groups? Journal of Media Economics. ISSN 0899-7764 (In Press)


Matthias, O and Lichy, J and McLeay, F and Burdfield, C (2022) Understanding Pre-Teen Consumers’ Social Media Engagement. International Journal of Consumer Studies. ISSN 1470-6423 DOI:

Miguel, C and Clare, C and Ashworth, CJ and Hoang, D (2022) ‘With a little help from my friends’: exploring mutual engagement and authenticity within foodie influencers’ communities of practice. Journal of Marketing Management. pp. 1-26. ISSN 0267-257X DOI:

Moreno, A and Fuentes Lara, C and Tench, R (2022) A theory of integrated gendered work evaluation (IGWE): A gender analysis of the unequal race for leadership through work evaluation of satisfaction and stress in Europe. Journal of Public Relations Research, 33 (3). pp. 185-203. ISSN 1062-726X DOI:


Nasir, MA and Wu, J and Howes, C and Ripley, H (2022) Asymmetric nexus between wages and productivity in the context of the global financial crisis. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 198. pp. 164-175. ISSN 0167-2681 DOI:


Richardson, N (2022) How new sustainability typologies will reshape traditional approaches to loyalty. The Italian Journal of Marketing. ISSN 2662-3323 DOI:


Shubita, M and Ahmed, S and ESSEL-PAINTSIL, M (2022) The Economic Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on the Development of Indigenous Communities: Evidence from Ghana’s Mining Sector. International Journal of Organizational Analysis. ISSN 1055-3185 DOI:


Topic, M (2022) Editorial: Post-feminism in Contemporary Television. Northern Lights: film and media studies yearbook. ISSN 0106-2484 (In Press)

Topic, M (2022) Introduction: An Ecofeminist Perspective on Women and the Media in Capitalism and Socialism. In: Women and the Media in Capitalism and Socialism: An Ecofeminist Inquiry. Intellect, London. ISBN UNSPECIFIED (In Press)

Topic, M (2022) Introduction: Is it a One Big Habitus? In: Towards a New Understanding of Masculine Habitus and Women and Leadership in Public Relations. New Directions in PR and Communications Research . Routledge, London. ISBN UNSPECIFIED (In Press)

Topic, M and Carbery, C and Arrigoni, A and Clayton, T and Kyriakidou, N and Gatewood, C and Shafique, S and Halliday, S (2022) Women and Networking: A Systematic Literature Review (1985-2021). In: Building Equality and Justice Now, British Sociological Association, 20 April 2022 - 23 April 2022, Online. (Unpublished)

Topic, M and Geiger Zeman, M and Zeman, Z (2022) Multiple meanings of the face mask: Masking as the new social practice in the context of lockdown creativity and pandemic chic. In: Creative Future Insights 2021, 13 September 2021 - 14 September 2021, Zagreb.

Topic, M and Round, G and Carbery, C and Hunter, T and Young, M and Carr, R and Cockett, S and Eagles, S and Shaw, K and Fowler, M and Wajahat, A and Malone, S and Jekhine, D and Griggs, A (2022) Women and Organisational Culture in SMEs. Project Report. Leeds Beckett University, Leeds. (Unpublished)

Topic, M and Round, G and Edmondson, C and Kyriazi, F and Dolan, JC and Primakov, M and Magarry, K and Corbett, R and Washington, R and Gaynor, J and Brannigan, P and Pickering, O (2022) Women and Succession Planning in SMEs. Project Report. Leeds Beckett University, Leeds. (Unpublished)


Zeman, Z and Geiger Zeman, M and Topic, M (2022) Challenges of ”a new hybrid ecosystem”: celebrities, fake news and Covid-19. In Media Res, 11 (20). pp. 3243-3267. ISSN 1848-6304 DOI:

Zhang, H and Wu, J and Wen, J and Douglas, D (2022) Ethical leadership in multinational companies’ control practices: culture as a moderating factor. International Journal of Organizational Analysis. ISSN 1934-8835 DOI:

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