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Integrated soil and water management on smallholder family-farms in building resilience to hydrometeorological hazards in Trinidad (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Roop, R., St. Martin, C. C., & Weaver, M. (2021). Integrated soil and water management on smallholder family-farms in building resilience to hydrometeorological hazards in Trinidad. In Caribbean Science Symposium on Water: Building Resilience in the Regional Water Sector to Address Climatological and Hydrological Risks and Threats

Hydrometeorological hazards (droughts, floods, and heatwaves) threaten the life and livelihoods of the most vulnerable people worldwide, including the 500 million smallholder farmers who directly depend on seasonal rainfall and marginal soils for foo... Read More about Integrated soil and water management on smallholder family-farms in building resilience to hydrometeorological hazards in Trinidad.

The CATE Collection: conclusion (2021)
Book Chapter
Weaver, M., Tolson, D., Irving-Bell, D., & Watchman Smith, N. (2021). The CATE Collection: conclusion. In D. Tolson, N. Watchman Smith, D. Irving-Bell, & M. Weaver (Eds.), The CATE Collection: Together in Collaborative Educational Leadership (127-135). Higher Education Academy

In this concluding chapter we highlight key messages for anyone who is considering preparing a CATE application. Building on the practical ingredients for success shared in chapter 9, we offer a CATE mnemonic, extending the CATE repertoire for CATE t... Read More about The CATE Collection: conclusion.

Getting students on board: a cross-sector collaboration (2021)
Book Chapter
Brodie, J., & Weaver, M. (2021). Getting students on board: a cross-sector collaboration. In D. Tolson, N. Watchman Smith, D. Irving-Bell, & M. Weaver (Eds.), The CATE Collection: Together in Collaborative Educational Leadership (22-32). Higher Education Academy

This chapter discusses the development and impact of Edinburgh Napier’s intervention on young governance leaders in Scotland. Traditionally, UK board trustees have been ‘male and stale’ with an average age of a trustee being 61. In 2013, Dr Miles Wea... Read More about Getting students on board: a cross-sector collaboration.

The CATE Collection: Together in Collaborative Educational Leadership (2021)
Book
Tolson, D., Watchman Smith, N., Irving-Bell, D., & Weaver, M. (Eds.). (2021). The CATE Collection: Together in Collaborative Educational Leadership. Higher Education Academy

The inaugural CATE Collection is a resource for all involved in higher education, who have a passion for innovation in learning and teaching that is evidence-informed, proven in practice and collaboratively shaped with students. The acronym CATE stan... Read More about The CATE Collection: Together in Collaborative Educational Leadership.

Regulating Islamic Finance in the UK: Issues and Possible Solutions (2021)
Book Chapter
Minhat, M., & Dzolkarnaini, N. (2021). Regulating Islamic Finance in the UK: Issues and Possible Solutions. In M. Minhat, & N. Dzolkarnaini (Eds.), Ethical Discourse in Finance - Interdisciplinary and Diverse Perspectives (171-200). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-81596-7_9

This chapter reveals critical issues and risks in relation to the regulatory strategies for Islamic financial market in the UK. It is argued that improper regulation would expose the Islamic financial market to (1) sharia compliance risk, (2) restric... Read More about Regulating Islamic Finance in the UK: Issues and Possible Solutions.

The Integrity of Islamic Finance (2021)
Book Chapter
Minhat, M., Dzolkarnaini, N., & Abdullah, M. (2021). The Integrity of Islamic Finance. In M. Minhat, & N. Dzolkarnaini (Eds.), Ethical Discourse in Finance - Interdisciplinary and Diverse Perspectives (103-123). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-81596-7_6

This chapter provides a critical account of popularly used Islamic financial instruments and discusses the gap between theory and practice in Islamic financial industry. The critical discussion is mainly related to financial innovations, which were d... Read More about The Integrity of Islamic Finance.

Ethical Discourse in Finance: Interdisciplinary and Diverse Perspectives (2021)
Book
Minhat, M., & Dzolkarnaini, N. (Eds.). (2021). Ethical Discourse in Finance: Interdisciplinary and Diverse Perspectives. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-81596-7

Ethical discourse is commonly not a priority in a conventional finance syllabus. Moral sentiments often take a back seat to market sentiments, even in shaping the direction of ethical finance business. This anomaly persists despite growing interest i... Read More about Ethical Discourse in Finance: Interdisciplinary and Diverse Perspectives.

Value(s): Taking a Systems/COR Critical Perspective (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Weaver, M., & Tan, H. (2021, September). Value(s): Taking a Systems/COR Critical Perspective. Paper presented at OR63: Operational Research Society 63rd Annual Conference, Online

Mark Carney - the former Governor of the Bank of England calls for a new kind of economics and attacks the prevalent neo-liberal paradigm, in his 2021 book, Value(s) Building a Better World for All. Echoing the Financial Times attempts to "reset capi... Read More about Value(s): Taking a Systems/COR Critical Perspective.

Value(s): Taking a Systems/COR Critical Perspective (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Weaver, M., & Tan, H. (2021, September). Value(s): Taking a Systems/COR Critical Perspective. Paper presented at OR63 Online: Creating a better future, Online

Mark Carney - the former Governor of the Bank of England calls for a new kind of economics and attacks the prevalent neo-liberal paradigm, in his 2021 book, Value(s) Building a Better World for All. Echoing the Financial Times attempts to "reset cap... Read More about Value(s): Taking a Systems/COR Critical Perspective.

Trust in Nigerian SMEs Exporting to West African Markets (2021)
Book Chapter
Omeihe, K., Amoako, I. O., & Gustafsson, V. (2021). Trust in Nigerian SMEs Exporting to West African Markets. In D. Nziku, & J. Struthers (Eds.), Enterprise and Economic Development in Africa (59-77). Bingley: Emerald. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80071-322-220211003

In this chapter, we examine trust and social networks among entrepreneurs operating in a developing market context. At the centre of this study, trust emerges from the interplay of a range of cultural-specific factors, each of which describes how soc... Read More about Trust in Nigerian SMEs Exporting to West African Markets.

Young people’s expectations of work, and readiness of the workplace: Two sides of the same coin? (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Grant, K., Egdell, V., & Vincent, D. (2021, April). Young people’s expectations of work, and readiness of the workplace: Two sides of the same coin?. Paper presented at The 39th International Labour Process Conference, University of Greenwich, London

Since the 2008 economic downturn, the education-to-work transitions of young people have been a concern for governments across Europe (Coppola & O’Higgins 2016). Young people may experience complex, delayed and insecure education-to-work transitions.... Read More about Young people’s expectations of work, and readiness of the workplace: Two sides of the same coin?.

Integrating lean concepts in smallholder farming to catalyze sustainable agriculture for food security in Trinidad, WI (2021)
Book Chapter
Roop, R., St. Martin, C., Weaver, M., & Broatch, R. (in press). Integrating lean concepts in smallholder farming to catalyze sustainable agriculture for food security in Trinidad, WI. In W. Leal Filho, E. Popkova, & M. Kovaleva (Eds.), Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security. Cham: Springer

The roadmap for developing sustainable smallholder farms is not always clear and replicable. Mainstream agricultural development still concentrates on productivity with a minimum focus on lean management and sustainability. It currently requires a 70... Read More about Integrating lean concepts in smallholder farming to catalyze sustainable agriculture for food security in Trinidad, WI.

Getting Personal: the issues of trust and distrust in small and medium-sized enterprises in Nigeria (2020)
Journal Article
Omeihe, K., Amoako, I. O., Gustafsson, V., Omeihe, I., & Saud Khan, M. (in press). Getting Personal: the issues of trust and distrust in small and medium-sized enterprises in Nigeria. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, https://doi.org/10.1080/08276331.2020.1836550

There is a pronounced paucity of empirically rigorous study that focuses on the impact of trust on small and medium-sized enterprises operating in a developing market context. This article therefore offers a fresh perspective on the simultaneous rela... Read More about Getting Personal: the issues of trust and distrust in small and medium-sized enterprises in Nigeria.

Systems and Systemic Approaches for Attaining the SDGs Across Partnerships (2020)
Book Chapter
Weaver, M., Tan, H., & Crossan, K. (2020). Systems and Systemic Approaches for Attaining the SDGs Across Partnerships. In W. Leal Filho, A. M. Azul, L. Brandli, A. Lange Salvia, & T. Wall (Eds.), Partnerships for the Goals: Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71067-9

Weaver, M., Tan, H., & Crossan, K. (in press). Systems and Systemic Approaches for Partnership Working for the Goals. In W. Leal Filho, A. M. Azul, L. Brandli, A. Lange Salvia, & T. Wall (Eds.), Partnerships for the Goals. Springer.

Hidden from public view, directors’ pay in Malaysia leads to inefficiency and inequality (2020)
Other
Minhat, M., & Dzolkarnaini, N. (2020). Hidden from public view, directors’ pay in Malaysia leads to inefficiency and inequality. London

Ownership and control of business corporations by state or government is common in Asian economies. Whether this is a better governance practice than the market-based model of developed economies remains a subject of intellectual discourse. Although... Read More about Hidden from public view, directors’ pay in Malaysia leads to inefficiency and inequality.

Trust, Norms and Networks of indigenous institutions: The Creation of Moral Economies in Nigeria (2020)
Conference Proceeding
Omeihe, K. O., Amoako, I. O., Gustafsson, V., Khan, M. S., & Omeihe, I. (2020). Trust, Norms and Networks of indigenous institutions: The Creation of Moral Economies in Nigeria.

Through an empirical study of traders in Bokkos and Ero markets of Nigeria, this study examines the means by which trust is developed in the absence of efficient formal institutional arrangements (such as law courts and legal structures) taken for gr... Read More about Trust, Norms and Networks of indigenous institutions: The Creation of Moral Economies in Nigeria.

Barriers to Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs-investigating the Evidence and Examining the Turfs (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Bariture, B., & Omeihe, K. (2020, September). Barriers to Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs-investigating the Evidence and Examining the Turfs. Paper presented at Advancements in Migrant and Refugee Entrepreneurship Research, Birmingham, UK

A report commissioned by the Federation of Small Businesses in Scotland, articulated that ethnic minority-led SMEs generated £13 billion in revenue and 107,000 jobs for the Scottish economy (FSB, 2020). Despite this feat, there is clear evidence tha... Read More about Barriers to Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs-investigating the Evidence and Examining the Turfs.