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CIBI - Selection of Recent Publications

CIBI - Selection of Recent Publications

Selection of Recent Publications

 

Journal Publications

 

Buzdugan, S.R. (2013) 'Regionalism from without: external involvement of the EU in regionalism in southern Africa', Review of International Political Economy. DOI: 10.1080/09692290.2012.747102

El-Said, H. (2011). New Counter Violent Extremism Approach: Learning from De-Radicalisation Experiences of Muslim Majority States. International Peace Institute, New York. 

Dimitratos, P., Plakoyiannaki, E., Pitsouliaki, A. and Tüselmann, H . (2010) 'The global smaller firm in international entrepreneurship', International Business Review, 19(6), 589-606.

Lee, R., Tuselmann, H., Jayawarna, D. and Rouse, J. (2011) Investigating the Social Capital and Resource Acquisition of Entrepreneurs Residing in Deprived Areas of England, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 29, 1054-1072.

McDonald, F., Tuselmann, H., Voronkova, S., Golesorkhi, S. (2011). The Strategic Development of Foreign Owned Subsidiaries and Supply of European Markets. The Multinational Business Review, 19 (3), 256-271.

Tüselmann, H., Heise, A., McDonald, F. and Allen, M. (2010) 'Employment relations in German multinational companies in the UK and the future of the German model: empirical evidence on country-of-origin effects and industry internationalization', International Journal of Public Policy, 5(4), 390-408.

El-Said, H., and Harrigan, J. (2010). ‘The Economic Impact of IMF and World Bank Programs in the Middle East and North Africa: A Case Study of Jordan, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia 1983 – 2004,’ in Review of Middle East Economics and Finance.

Yamin, Mo and Golesorki, S. (2010) Cultural distance and the pattern of equity ownership structure in international joint ventures, International Business Review, 19(5),457-467.

Chidlow, A., Morgan-Thomas, A., and Ghauri, P.N (2010) Data Collection Procedures Equivalence in International Business. The William Davidson Institute, The University of Michigan. Academic Working Paper Series, No 978 (March),1-13.

Allen, M. and Tüselmann, H. (2009) 'All powerful voice? The need to include 'exit', 'loyalty' and 'neglect' in empirical studies too', Employee Relations, 31(5), 538-552.

El-Said, H., and Harrigan, J.(2009) ‘You Reap What You Plant’: Social Networks in the Arab World - The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, World Development, 37(7), 1235-1249.

Lee, R. (2009) Social Capital and Business and Management: Setting a Research Agenda. International Journal of Management Reviews, 11(3), 247-273

Gammelgaard, J., McDonald, F., Tüselmann, H., Dörrenbächer, C. and Stephan, A., (2009) ‘Subsidiary role and skilled labour effects in small developed countries’ Management International Review. 49(1), pp. 27-42.

Tüselmann, H., Heise, A. McDonald, F. and Allen, M. (2009) ‘Employment relations, in German multinationals in the UK and the future of the German model: Empirical evidence on country-of-origin effects, industry internationalisation and policy implications’, International Journal of Public Policy.

Chidlow, A., Salciuviene, L., and Young, S. (2009) Regional Determinants of Inward FDI Distribution in Poland. International Business Review, 18(2), 119-133.

Salciuviene, L., Chidlow, A., Ghauri, P., and Hguyen, T.B. (2009) Multinational Enterprises in Emerging Markets: Linkage Effects on Local Companies. International Journal of Business Environment, 2(4), 468-484.

Windrum, P., Diaz, C., Filiou, D., (2009), Exploring the Relationship between Technical and Service Characteristics, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Special Issue on Product Characteristics and Innovation, 19, 567-588

Williams, D., McDonald, F. and Tüselmann, H. (2008) ‘Domestic sourcing by foreign-owned subsidiaries’, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 26(3), 260-276.

Tüselmann, H., McDonald, F., Allen, M. and Barrett, S. (2008) ‘Varieties and variability of employee relations approaches in US subsidiaries: Country-of-origin effects and the level and type of industry internationalisation’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 19 (9), 1622-1635.

Lee, R. and Jones, O. (2008) Networks, Communication, and Learning during Business Start-up: The Creation of Cognitive Social Capital. International Small Business Journal, 26(5), 559-594

Chidlow, A., and Young, S. (2008) Regional Determinants of FDI Distribution in Poland. The William Davidson Institute, The University of Michigan. Academic Working Paper Series, No 943 (December),1-31.

El-Said, H. (2008). ‘First Report of the Working Group on Radicalisation and Extremism that Lead to Terrorism: Inventory of State Programs’, a policy document that has been distribute to the 192 Member States as an official UN document, United Nations, New York. (Available on website: http://www.un.org/ terrorism/workgroup2.shtml).

Green, L. and Bolton, S. (2008) ‘Into the Light’, New Design Journal, September edition, pp. 24-27.

Bolton, S. and Green, L., (2008) ‘Common Ground’, New Design Journal, July edition, pp. 47-49.


Books

 

Payne, A.J. and Buzdugan, S.R. (Forthcoming 2013/2014) The Changing Political Map of Global Governance, Routledge.

Golesorkhi, S., Yamin, Mo., (2011), The Influence of Monitoring Costs on Ownership Structure of Cross-border and Domestic Alliances, Association for International Business Book Series, Palgrave Macmillan

El-Said, H., and  Harrigan J.  (2010). Globalisation, Democratisation and Radicalisation in the Arab World, Palgarve-McMilan.

El-Said, H. (2010). ‘Introduction,’ in El-Said, Hamed and Harrigan, Jane, Globalisation, Democratisation and radicalisation in the Arab World, Palgrave McMillan.

El-Said, H. (2010). ‘Radicalisation and Extremism that lead to terrorism in the Arab World,’ in El-Said, Hamed and Harrigan, Jane, Globalisation, Democratisation and Radicalisation in the Arab World, Palgrave McMillan.

El-Said, H. (2010). ‘In Search of a Deradicalisation Strategy,’ in El-Said, Hamed and Harrigan, Jane, Globalisation, Democratisation and Radicalisation in the Arab World, Palgrave McMillan.

Tuselmann, H-J., McDonald, Golesorkhi, S., Filiou, D.,(2009), Cross-Border Transfer of Employment Relations Approaches in Multinational Companies: Country-of-Origin Effects and the Level and Type of Industry Internationalization The Case of German Firms in the UK, Association for International Business Book Series, Vol (16), Palgrave Macmillan.

El-Said, H., and  Harrigan J. (2009), Aid and Power in the Arab World: IMF and World Bank Policy-based Lending in the Middle East and North Africa, Palgrave McMillan.

El-Said, H., and  Harrigan J. (2009). Economic Liberalisation, Social Capital and Islamic Welfare Provision, Palgrave Macmillan.

Chidlow, A. (2009) What attracts foreign companies to invest in Poland? The choice of location, VDM Verlag, Dr Mller.

Harrigan, J. and El-Said, H. (2008) Aid and Power in the Arab World: IMF and World Bank Policy-based Lending in the Middle East and North Africa, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Harrigan, J. and El-Said, H. (2008) Economic Liberalisation, Social Capital and Islamic Welfare Provision, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.


Policy and Briefing Papers, Reports and Documentation for Governments, Business Associations, Interest Groups and International Organisations

  • United Nations, New York.
  • German Ministry of Economics and Labour
  • Jordanian Ministry of Economics  
  • US State Department of Trade
  • Northwest Development Agency
  • Trade Union Congress, London
  • Invest in the UK Bureau of the Department of Trade and Industry
  • German Trade Union Federation (DGB)
  • Saudi Ministry of Commerce
  • Pro.Manchester
  • German-British Chamber of Industry & Commerce
  • Netherlands Environmental Agency
  • German Employers Association
  • Oxfam America, Washington
  • Department for International Development (DFID)
  • Franco-British Chamber of Commerce
  • Kuwait Ministry of Commerce
  • Royal Swedish Institute for Technology

 


Wider Impact: Examples of Prestigious Citations and Listings of CIBI Research Publications

  • World Bank Reports
  • House of Commons Parliamentary Select Committee on the Future of UK Manufacturing
  • HM Treasury Leitch Review on Skills.
  • Trade Union Congress (TUC) General Council Report 2005
  • International Monetary Fund (IMF) Research Listings
  • German Federal Parliament Scientific Service
  • Workforce Training & Education Coordinating Board, Washington DC
  • United Nations Country Report on Germany
  • Organization of American States
  • International Labour Organization

 


News and Events

Heinz Tuselmann's research on labour relations and MNC performance included in Academy of Social Science document launched by Vince Cable.

The Academy of Social Science (ASS) has produced a document with a few selected cases on how research in managment in business is contributing to economic and social development in the UK. The document is entitled: "Making the case for social sciences - management".
The research of Heinz Tuselmann on labour relations and firm perfomance in foreign MNCs in the UK has been selected for this. This work has also previously been used as written evidence by the Parliament Select Committee on the Future of UK Manufacturing. The ASS document has been launched by the Rt Hon Vince Cable PM, Secretary of State for Business and Skills.


CIBI Affiliations

CIBI staff are members of the Academy of International Business and serve on the Executive Committee of the Academy of International Business UK & Ireland Chapter.

For more information visit: http://aib.msu.edu/

CIBI staff are member of the Arab Thought Forum, Amman, Jordan. The Arab Thought Forum (ATF) is an independent, intellectual, pan-Arab nongovernmental organization, which was established in 1981 in the wake of the 11th Arab Summit Conference, at the initiative of HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal, along with twenty-five leading figures in academia and the field of development in the Arab world. It seeks to investigate and diagnose Arab World's current state of affairs, prepare forecasts and formulate practical solutions and viable options on issues such as unity, development, national security, liberalization and progress. The Forum chose Amman as its General-Secretariat headquarters.

For more information visit: http://atf.org.jo

 

CIBI is member of DIME – Dynamics of Institutions and Markets in Europe –, a European Network of Excellence sponsored by the 6th Framework Programme of the European Union. For more information visit: http://www.dime-eu.org

For more information visit: http://www.dime-eu.org

 

CIIBI is member of RESER, a European research network on services innovation. RESER contains 20 research groups active in services research and policy formulation located in 13 European countries.

For more information visit: http://reser.net