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Decker, Carolin and Mellewigt, Thomas (2012). Business exit and strategic change: Sticking to the knitting or striking a new strategic path? British Journal of Management, 23 pp. 165–178. file

Alferoff, Catrina and Knights, David (2009). Making and mending your nets: managing relevance, participation and uncertainty in academic–practitioner knowledge networks. British Journal of Management, 20(1) pp. 125–142.

Ataullah, Ali; Davidson, Ian; Le, Hang and Wood, Geoffrey (2012). Corporate Diversification, Information Asymmetry and Insider Trading. British Journal of Management, 25(2) pp. 228–251.

Balogun, Julia; Gleadle, Pauline; Hope Hailey, Veronica and Willmott, Hugh (2005). Managing change across boundaries: boundary-shaking practices. British Journal of Management, 16(4) pp. 261–278.

Bell, E.; Taylor, S. and Thorpe, R. (2002). A Step in the Right Direction? Investors in People and the Learning Organization. British Journal of Management, 13(2) pp. 161–171.

Bell, Emma and Bryman, Alan (2007). The Ethics of Management Research: An Exploratory Content Analysis. British Journal of Management, 18(1) pp. 63–77.

Bell, Emma; Kothiyal, Nivedita and Willmott, Hugh (2017). Methodology-as-Technique and the Meaning of Rigour in Globalized Management Research. British Journal of Management, 28(3) pp. 534–550.

Caird, Sally (1991). Testing enterprising tendency in occupational groups. British Journal of Management, 2(4) pp. 177–186.

Caird, Sally (1990). What does it mean to be enterprising? British Journal of Management, 1(3) pp. 137–145.

Carlisle, Ysanne and Baden-Fuller, Charles (1999). Punctuated and continuous change: The UK water industry. British Journal of Management, 10(s1) pp. 3–19.

Conway, Neil; Kiefer, Tina; Hartley, Jean and Briner, Rob B. (2014). Doing more with less? Employee reactions to psychological contract breach via target similarity or spillover during public sector organizational change. British Journal of Management, 25(4) pp. 737–754. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Ferlie, Ewan; Hartley, Jean and Martin, Steve (2003). Changing public service organizations: current perspectives and future prospects. British Journal of Management, 14(s1) S1-S14. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Glaister, Keith W. and Frecknall Hughes, Jane (2008). Corporate strategy formulation and taxation: evidence from UK Firms. British Journal of Management, 19(1) pp. 33–48.

Kale, Dinar (2010). The Distinctive Patterns of Dynamic Learning and inter-firm Differences in the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry. British Journal of Management, 21(1) pp. 223–238. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Laing, Angus and Hogg, Gillian (2002). Political exhortation, patient expectation and professional execution: perspectives on the consumerisation of health care. British Journal of Management, 13(2) pp. 173–188.

Priola, Vincenza; Lasio, Diego; De Simone, Silvia and Serri, Francesco (2014). The Sound of Silence. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Discrimination in ‘Inclusive Organizations’. British Journal of Management, 25(3) pp. 488–502. file

Ullah, Subhan; Ahmad, Sardar; Akbar, Saeed and Kodwani, Devendra (2018). International Evidence on the Determinants of Organisational Ethical Vulnerability. British Journal of Management (In Press).

Vangen, Siv and Huxham, Chris (2003). Enacting leadership for collaborative advantage: dilemmas of ideology and pragmatism in the activities of partnership managers. British Journal of Management, 14(Supp.1) S61-S76. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Wensley, Robin (2011). Getting too close to the fire : the challenge of engaging stories and saving lives. British Journal of Management, 22(3) pp. 370–381.

Wensley, Robin and Neely, Andy (2016). The Aim Initiative: A Rejoinder. British Journal of Management, 27(2) pp. 455–457.

Wilson, David and McKiernan, Peter (2011). Global mimicry: putting strategic choice back on the business school agenda. British Journal of Management, 22(3) pp. 457–469.

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