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Zámborský, Peter; Sullivan-Taylor, Bridgette; Tisch, Daniel and Branicki, Layla (2022). Antecedents of risk and uncertainty management capabilities: Insights from multinational enterprises in New Zealand. Journal of Management & Organization (Early Access).

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Branicki, Layla; Sullivan-Taylor, Bridgette and Brammer, Stephen (2021). Towards crisis protection(ism)? COVID-19 and selective de-globalization. Critical Perspectives on International Business, 17(2) pp. 230–251.

Kalfa, Senia; Branicki, Layla and Brammer, Stephen (2021). Organizational Accommodation of Employee Mental Health Conditions and Unintended Stigma. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 32(15) pp. 3190–3217.

Branicki, Layla; Kalfa, Senia and Brammer, Stephen (2021). Surviving Covid‐19: The Role of Human Resource Managers in Shaping Organizational Responses to Societal Paradox. British Journal of Management (Early Access).

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Brammer, Stephen; Branicki, Layla and Linnenluecke, Martina (2020). COVID-19, Societalization and the Future of Business in Society. Academy of Management Perspectives, 34(4) pp. 493–507.

Branicki, Layla J. (2020). COVID‐19, ethics of care and feminist crisis management. Gender, Work & Organization, 27(5) pp. 872–883.

Plotnikof, Mie; Bramming, Pia; Branicki, Layla; Christiansen, Lærke Højgaard; Henley, Kelly; Kivinen, Nina; Lima, João Paulo Resende; Kostera, Monika; Mandalaki, Emmanouela; O'Shea, Saoirse; Özkazanç‐Pan, Banu; Pullen, Alison; Stewart, Jim; Ybema, Sierk and van Amsterdam, Noortje (2020). Catching a glimpse: Corona‐life and its micro‐politics in academia. Gender, Work & Organization, 27(5) pp. 804–826.

Branicki, Layla; Brammer, Stephen; Pullen, Alison and Rhodes, Carl (2020). The Morality of "new" CEO Activism. Journal of Business Ethics, 170 pp. 269–285.

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Brammer, Stephen; Branicki, Layla; Linnenluecke, Martina and Smith, Tom (2019). Grand challenges in management research: Attributes, achievements, and advancement. Australian Journal of Management, 44(4) pp. 517–533.

Branicki, Layla; Steyer, Véronique and Sullivan-Taylor, Bridgette (2019). Why resilience managers aren’t resilient, and what human resource management can do about it. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 30(8) pp. 1261–1286.

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Branicki, Layla Jane; Sullivan-Taylor, Bridgette and Livschitz, Sarah Rachael (2018). How entrepreneurial resilience generates resilient SMEs. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 24(7) pp. 1244–1263.

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Dahlmann, Frederik; Branicki, Layla and Brammer, Stephen J. (2017). ‘Carrots for Corporate Sustainability’: Impacts of Incentive Inclusiveness and Variety on Environmental Performance. Business Strategy and the Environment, 26(8) pp. 1110–1131.

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Sullivan-Taylor, Bridgette and Branicki, Layla (2011). Creating resilient SMEs: Why one size might not fit all. International Journal of Production Research, 49(18) pp. 5565–5579.

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Wilson, David; Branicki, Layla; Sullivan-Taylor, Bridgette and Wilson, Alexander D. (2010). Extreme events, organizations and the politics of strategic decision making. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 23(5) pp. 699–721.

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