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Islamic corporate financing: does it promote profit and loss sharing? (2016)
Journal Article
Minhat, M., & Dzolkarnaini, N. (2016). Islamic corporate financing: does it promote profit and loss sharing?. Business Ethics: A European Review, 25(4), 482-497. https://doi.org/10.1111/beer.12120

Islamic financing instruments can be categorised into profit and loss/risk sharing and non-participatory instruments. Although profit and loss sharing instruments such as musharakah are widely accepted as the ideal form of Islamic financing, prior st... Read More about Islamic corporate financing: does it promote profit and loss sharing?.

The effects of a recalled injustice on the experience of experimentally induced pain and anxiety in relation to just-world beliefs (2016)
Journal Article
McParland, J., Knussen, C., & Murray, J. (2016). The effects of a recalled injustice on the experience of experimentally induced pain and anxiety in relation to just-world beliefs. European Journal of Pain, 20(9), 1392-1401. https://doi.org/10.1002/ejp.86

Background: A growing field of investigation into social justice cognitions and pain suggests perceived injustice has a negative impact on pain, but little is known about individual variation in the impact of a perceived injustice. One published stud... Read More about The effects of a recalled injustice on the experience of experimentally induced pain and anxiety in relation to just-world beliefs.

Discordant lifestyle mobilities in East Asia: privilege and precarity of British retirement in Thailand (2016)
Journal Article
Botterill, K. (2016). Discordant lifestyle mobilities in East Asia: privilege and precarity of British retirement in Thailand. Population, Space and Place, 23(5), e2011. https://doi.org/10.1002/psp.2011

This paper explores the lifestyle mobilities of British retirees in Thailand, drawing on empirical research conducted in 2012. Thailand is a host to a significant number of British retirees motivated by a search for a better lifestyle in Asia. This p... Read More about Discordant lifestyle mobilities in East Asia: privilege and precarity of British retirement in Thailand.

Teenage pregnancy, parenting and intergenerational relations. (2016)
Book
Brown, S. (2016). Teenage pregnancy, parenting and intergenerational relations. Palgrave Macmillan

Drawing on interviews and focus groups with young mothers and fathers, their parents and other relatives, this book provides a rich exploration of the experience of being a teenage parent now, and for earlier generations, closely examining teenage pr... Read More about Teenage pregnancy, parenting and intergenerational relations..

Bankers’ stock options, risk-taking and the financial crisis (2016)
Journal Article
Minhat, M., & Abdullah, M. (2016). Bankers’ stock options, risk-taking and the financial crisis. Journal of Financial Stability, 22, 121-128. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jfs.2016.01.008

This study investigates the relationship between the use of stock options and bank risk in the context of the 2007-2008 financial crisis for banks that are authorised to accept deposits in the United Kingdom. These banks are affected by the European... Read More about Bankers’ stock options, risk-taking and the financial crisis.

Islamic Finance (2016)
Book Chapter
Minhat, M., & Dzolkarnaini, N. (2016). Islamic Finance. In M. C. Ehrhardt, E. Brigham, & R. Fox (Eds.), Financial Management: Theory and PracticeCengage

No abstract available.

Law, “Tradition” and Legitimacy: Contesting Driglam Namzha (2017)
Book Chapter
Whitecross, R. W. (2017). Law, “Tradition” and Legitimacy: Contesting Driglam Namzha. In J. D. Schmidt (Ed.), Development Challenges in Bhutan: Perspectives on Inequality and Gross National Happiness (115-134). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. https://do

During the 1990s, the High Court of Justice played a significant role in the promotion of Bhutanese culture, intertwining the development of the Bhutanese legal system with Bhutanese cultural traditions. Notably, the Research Unit of the High Court o... Read More about Law, “Tradition” and Legitimacy: Contesting Driglam Namzha.

The wrong type of mother: moral panic and teenage parenting. (2015)
Book Chapter
Brown, S. (2015). The wrong type of mother: moral panic and teenage parenting. In V. E. Cree, G. Clapton, & M. Smith (Eds.), Revisiting Moral Panics: Book 1 Gender and the Family. Policy Press

We live in a world that is increasingly characterised as full of risk, danger and threat. Every day a new social issue emerges to assail our sensibilities and consciences. Drawing on the popular Economic Social and Research Council (ESRC) seminar ser... Read More about The wrong type of mother: moral panic and teenage parenting..

Are risk factors for drug use and offending similar during the teenage years? (2014)
Journal Article
Aston, E. V. (2015). Are risk factors for drug use and offending similar during the teenage years?. International Journal of Drug Policy, 26(4), 396-403. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2014.11.002

Background This paper explores whether at different stages of the developmental cycle of adolescence, drug use and offending are associated with a similar set of risk factors relating to: socio-structural position, informal social control, deviant p... Read More about Are risk factors for drug use and offending similar during the teenage years?.

Long-term recovery from addiction: criminal justice involvement and positive criminology? (2015)
Book Chapter
Best, D., & Aston, E. V. (2015). Long-term recovery from addiction: criminal justice involvement and positive criminology?. In N. Ronel, & D. Segev (Eds.), Positive Criminology: the good can overcome the bad (177-193). Routledge

The positive criminology perspective looks at positive life influences that distance individuals from offending, and enable the growth of personal and social strengths. Within a recovery model for alcohol and drug addiction, as part of a strengths-ba... Read More about Long-term recovery from addiction: criminal justice involvement and positive criminology?.

What Works to Reduce Crime - A Survey of the Evidence (2014)
Report
Levy, L., Santhkumaran, D., & Whitecross, R. W. (2014). What Works to Reduce Crime - A Survey of the Evidence. Edinburgh: Scottish Government

A systematic review of the available literature based on a logic model approach to crime reduction.

Compensation consultants and CEO pay (2014)
Journal Article
Kabir, R., & Minhat, M. (2014). Compensation consultants and CEO pay. Research in International Business and Finance, 32, 172-189. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ribaf.2014.05.003

The study examines the practice of employing multiple compensation consultants. Examining data of a sample of UK companies over the period 2003–2006 we find that CEOs receive higher equity-based pay when firms employ more than one compensation consul... Read More about Compensation consultants and CEO pay.

Assessing the impact of a high-intensity partnership between the police and drug treatment service in addressing the offending of problematic drug users. (2010)
Journal Article
Best, D., Walker, D., Aston, E., Pegram, C., & O'Donnell, G. (2010). Assessing the impact of a high-intensity partnership between the police and drug treatment service in addressing the offending of problematic drug users. Policing and Society, 20(3), 358

While there is a considerable evidence base showing links between drug use and offending and clear evidence of the impact of treatment engagement on drug-related offending, there is a much smaller UK evidence base on ‘what works’ in treatment and cri... Read More about Assessing the impact of a high-intensity partnership between the police and drug treatment service in addressing the offending of problematic drug users..

Information sharing in community policing in Europe: Building public confidence (2021)
Journal Article
Aston, L., O'Neill, M., Hail, Y., & Wooff, A. (2023). Information sharing in community policing in Europe: Building public confidence. European Journal of Criminology, 20(4), 1349-1368. https://doi.org/10.1177/14773708211037902

The literature on the importance of procedural justice in policing is extensive. Using the context of information sharing in community policing, this paper argues that interactional, procedural and distributive justice are salient in interactions bet... Read More about Information sharing in community policing in Europe: Building public confidence.

Preliminary findings on police custody delivery in the twenty-first century: Is it ‘good’ enough? (2015)
Journal Article
Skinns, L., Wooff, A., & Sprawson, A. (2015). Preliminary findings on police custody delivery in the twenty-first century: Is it ‘good’ enough?. Policing and Society, 27(4), 358-371. https://doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2015.1058377

Since the 1980s, police custody in England and Wales has seen the civilianisation and privatisation of key roles formerly performed by police officers and changes to how police custody suites are managed and owned. These changes have been encapsulate... Read More about Preliminary findings on police custody delivery in the twenty-first century: Is it ‘good’ enough?.

"We are 'free range' prison officers", the experiences of Scottish Prison Service (SPS) Throughcare Support Officers (TSOs) working in custody and the community (2020)
Journal Article
Maycock, M., McGuckin, K., & Morrison, K. (2020). "We are 'free range' prison officers", the experiences of Scottish Prison Service (SPS) Throughcare Support Officers (TSOs) working in custody and the community. Probation Journal, 67(4), 358-374. https://

Between 2015 and 2019, forty-one Throughcare Support Officers (TSOs) supported people serving short sentences leaving custody across eleven Scottish Prison Service (SPS) establishments. The role of prison officers in the provision of throughcare in t... Read More about "We are 'free range' prison officers", the experiences of Scottish Prison Service (SPS) Throughcare Support Officers (TSOs) working in custody and the community.

'I Feel Trapped': The Role Of The Cell In The Embodied And Everyday Practices Of Police Custody (2020)
Book Chapter
Wooff, A. (2020). 'I Feel Trapped': The Role Of The Cell In The Embodied And Everyday Practices Of Police Custody. In J. Turner, & V. Knight (Eds.), The Prison Cell: Embodied and Everyday Spaces of Incarceration (95-118). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.o

This chapter explores the police custody cell from the perspective of policing staff. Legally it is the cornerstone of the criminal investigation process, being the place where arrested persons are taken while charging decisions are made. Police cust... Read More about 'I Feel Trapped': The Role Of The Cell In The Embodied And Everyday Practices Of Police Custody.

Securing Disunion: young people’s nationalism, identities and (in)securities in the campaign for an independent Scotland (2016)
Journal Article
Botterill, K., Hopkins, P., Sanghera, G., & Arshad, R. (2016). Securing Disunion: young people’s nationalism, identities and (in)securities in the campaign for an independent Scotland. Political Geography, 55, 124-134. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2

This paper explores ethnic and religious minority youth perspectives of security and nationalism in Scotland during the independence campaign in 2014. We discuss how young people co-construct narratives of Scottish nationalism alongside minority eth... Read More about Securing Disunion: young people’s nationalism, identities and (in)securities in the campaign for an independent Scotland.

The Paradox Of Scottish Life Imprisonment (2020)
Journal Article
Van Zyl Smit, D., & Morrison, K. (2020). The Paradox Of Scottish Life Imprisonment. European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, 28(1), 76-102. https://doi.org/10.1163/15718174-02801004

More people are serving life sentences in Scotland as a proportion of the national population than in any other country in Europe. Yet Scotland claims to adopt a welfarist rather than a penal approach to criminal justice. This paper uses a wide rang... Read More about The Paradox Of Scottish Life Imprisonment.

Which firms use Islamic financing? (2016)
Journal Article
Minhat, M., & Dzolkarnaini, N. (2017). Which firms use Islamic financing?. Economics Letters, 150, 15-17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econlet.2016.10.036

This study explores to what extent the Islamic financing instruments are used by non-financial firms and whether profitability influences such financing choice. Based on a panel data of firms from fourteen developing countries for the 2005-2009 perio... Read More about Which firms use Islamic financing?.