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OR for Sustainability: Assessing Contribution, Concepts and Research Issues (2013)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Weaver, M., Quariguasi Frota Neto, J., & Bonfiglioli, A. (2013, July). OR for Sustainability: Assessing Contribution, Concepts and Research Issues. Paper presented at Euro/Informs 26th European Conference on Operational Research, Rome, University of Sapie

The purpose of this paper is to assess OR contribution and concepts used to address the "grand challenge’ of sustainability. Firstly, systematic literature reviews of ABS ranked journals in OR are classified by sustainability dimension (i.e. economi... Read More about OR for Sustainability: Assessing Contribution, Concepts and Research Issues.

Islamic financial instruments in corporate firms’ balance sheet: a research note (2012)
Journal Article
Dzolkarnaini, N., & Minhat, M. (2012). Islamic financial instruments in corporate firms’ balance sheet: a research note. International Journal of Excellence in Islamic Banking and Finance, 2,

Purpose: This paper examines the use of Islamic Financial Instruments (IFIs) in the corporate firms’ balance sheet. Methodology/Approach: The overall research approach involves an examination of annual reports of 20 top non-financial firms from 16 c... Read More about Islamic financial instruments in corporate firms’ balance sheet: a research note.

A Methodology For Simulation Conceptual Modelling That Embeds The SCOR Process Reference Model (2012)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Weaver, M. (2012, September). A Methodology For Simulation Conceptual Modelling That Embeds The SCOR Process Reference Model. Paper presented at 55th Annual Conference of the OR Society, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

A seven phase methodology is presented for simulation conceptual modelling that combines a prescribed procedure with domain-specific knowledge embedded in the form of the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model. The paper builds upon previous... Read More about A Methodology For Simulation Conceptual Modelling That Embeds The SCOR Process Reference Model.

Research! Isn't that something academics do? (2008)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Steven, G. (2008, January). Research! Isn't that something academics do?. Paper presented at Edinburgh Napier University Staff Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland

No abstract available.

Postgraduate Calculator (2008)
Other
Stevenson, D. (2008). Postgraduate Calculator. [Digital]. Edinburgh napier University

No abstract available.

PG Calculator for administrators (2008)
Other
Stevenson, D. (2008). PG Calculator for administrators. [Digital]. Edinnburgh Napier University

A calculator for administrators to enable them to copy and paste student details in blocks.

Supply Chain Improvement Options and their Decision Variables (2008)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Weaver, M., Love, D. & Albores, P. (2008). Supply Chain Improvement Options and their Decision Variables. . In . Tradition and Innovation in Operations Management: Connecting Past and Future. . . ISBN tbc.

No abstract available.

Case study 20: Making research relevant (2008)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Steven, G. (2008). Case study 20: Making research relevant. In Linking disciplinary research with teaching at Napier University (97-101)

No abstract available.

What's significant in value based management: an internal perspective. (2006)
Journal Article
Brown, J. (2006). What's significant in value based management: an internal perspective. International journal of accounting, auditing and performance evaluation, 3(3), 320-340. https://doi.org/10.1504/ijaape.2006.010552

The subject of Value Based Management (VBM) in general, and Economic Value Added (EVATM) in particular, is one that is assuming increasing significance in both the academic and practitioner environments. This study adds to the literature in that it u... Read More about What's significant in value based management: an internal perspective..

Utilitarianism and the Identity of the Indian Forest Service (2000)
Journal Article
Hannam, K. (2000). Utilitarianism and the Identity of the Indian Forest Service. Environment and History, 6(2), 205-228. https://doi.org/10.3197/096734000129342280

This paper discusses the historical identity of the Indian Forest Service, the elite environmental organisation which controlled and managed nearly a third of India during the late nineteenth century. This organisation has been widely criticised by n... Read More about Utilitarianism and the Identity of the Indian Forest Service.

Lease Finance in Emerging Markets: An Eastern European Study (1996)
Journal Article
Gao, S. S., & Herbert, W. E. (1996). Lease Finance in Emerging Markets: An Eastern European Study. Managerial Finance, 22(12), 39-53. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb018597

The emergence of lease markets in Eastern Europe provides a new menu of opportunities for inward foreign leasing investment by Western Multinational Enterprises (MNEs). The Eastern European markets, like other emerging markets, exhibit high expected... Read More about Lease Finance in Emerging Markets: An Eastern European Study.

Computer-based formative assessment and questionnaires. (1995)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Steven, G. (1994). Computer-based formative assessment and questionnaires. In B. C. Williams, & A. H. S. Nicholson (Eds.), Selected Proceedings from the annual CTI-AFM conference: 6th Annual CTI-AFM conference, 69-75

No abstract available.

Leasing in Poland – privatization, financing and current problems (1995)
Journal Article
Gao, S. S. (1995). Leasing in Poland – privatization, financing and current problems. European Business Review, 95(5), 31-40. https://doi.org/10.1108/09555349510096126

Discusses leasing in Poland with a focus on leasing privatization arrangements and leasing finance, and analyses current major problems involved. On the one hand, leasing has been used in Poland as a means of privatizing the state-owned enterprises a... Read More about Leasing in Poland – privatization, financing and current problems.

Environmental accounting: Neo-classical framework or alternative? (1995)
Journal Article
Gao, S. S. (1995). Environmental accounting: Neo-classical framework or alternative?. The environmentalist, 15(2), (108-114). ISSN 0251-1088

Traditional environmental accounting framework is based on a neo-classical economic theory that treats environmental assets and liabilities as if their contribution to economic acitivity were similar to that of conventional, marketed assets and liabi... Read More about Environmental accounting: Neo-classical framework or alternative?.