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Wu, Ting; Daniel, Elizabeth; Hinton, Matthew and Quintas, Paul (2013). Isomorphic mechanisms in manufacturing supply chains: a comparison of indigenous Chinese firms and foreign-owned MNCs. Supply Chain Management: an International Journal, 18(2) pp. 161–177. file

Hutchinson, Vicky and Quintas, Paul (2008). Do SMEs do knowledge management? Or simply manage what they know? International Small Business Journal, 26(2) pp. 131–154.

Paton, Rob; Peters, Geoffrey and Quintas, Paul (2007). Estratégias de Educação Corporativa: universidades corporativas na prática. Ministério do Desenvolvimento, Indústria e Comércio Exterior, Brasilia. file

Demaid, Adrian and Quintas, Paul (2006). Knowledge across Cultures in the Construction Industry: Sustainability, Innovation & Design. Technovation, 26(5-6) pp. 603–610.

Paton, Rob; Peters, Geoffrey and Quintas, Paul (2005). Corporate education strategies: corporate universities in practice. Government of Brazil, Brazil.

Demaid, Adrian and Quintas, Paul (2005). Sustainability and the designer: knowledge across cultures in the construction industry. In: Sustainable Urban Environments: Vision into Action, 28 Feb 2005, Birmingham, UK.

Demaid, A. and Quintas, P. (2004). Knowledge cartography in the sustainable environment. In: Proceedings for the IEEE International Engineering Management Conference, 18-21 Oct 2004, Singapore.

Quintas, Paul (2004). Managing knowledge in practice. In: ed. Measuring knowledge management in the business sector: first steps. Knowledge Management. Canada: OECD Publishing and Statistics, pp. 29–52.

Quintas, Paul (2004). The nature and dimensions of knowledge management. In: Anumba, C. Egbu, C. and Carrillo, P. eds. Knowledge Management in Construction. London, UK: Blackwell Publishing.

Little, Stephen Edgar; Fowle, Wendy and Quintas, Paul (2003). Building and maintaining distributed communities of practice: knowledge management in the OUBS MBA. In: Kaye, Roland and Hawkridge, David eds. Learning and teaching for business: case studies of successful innovation. London, UK: Kogan Page, pp. 179–195.

Quintas, Paul and Fowle, Wendy (2003). Managing knowledge: a community of practice and learning. In: Bentzen-Bilkvist, A.; Gijselaers, W.H. and Milter, R.G. eds. Educational Innovation in Economics and Business VII. Educating Knowledge Workers for Corporate Leadership: Learning into the Future. Educational Innovation in Economics and Business, VII. Klewer Academic Publications, pp. 231–248.

Chataway, Joanna; Quintas, Paul; Wield, David and Gault, Fred (2003). From digital divide to knowledge divide - a primer. In: Sciadas, George ed. Monitoring the digital divide and beyond. Montreal, Canada: Orbicom, pp. 89–144.

Quintas, Paul (2002). Implications of the division of knowledge for innovation in networks. In: de la Mothe, John and Link, Albert N. eds. Networks, alliances and partnerships in the innovation process. Economics of Science, Technology and Innovation (28). Massachusetts, USA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 135–162.

Storey, John; Quintas, Paul; Taylor, Phil and Fowle, Wendy (2002). Flexible employment contracts and their implications for product and process innovation. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 13(1) pp. 1–18.

Quintas, Paul (2001). Managing knowledge in a new century. In: Little, Stephen; Quintas, Paul and Ray, Tim eds. Managing knowledge: an essential reader. London: Sage Publications Ltd, pp. 1–14.

Little, Stephen; Quintas, Paul and Ray, Tim eds. (2001). Managing knowledge: an essential reader. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Paton, Rob; Clark, Greg; Jones, Geoff; Lewis, Jenny and Quintas, Paul eds. (1996). The New Management Reader. London, U.K.: Routledge.

Quintas, Paul; Massey, Doreen and Wield, David (1993). Some questions raised by the UK science park experience. Note Economiche, 23(2) pp. 354–372.

Quintas, Paul; Wield, David and Massey, Doreen (1992). Academic-industry links and innovation: questioning the science park model. Technovation, 12(3) pp. 161–175.

Massey, Doreen; Quintas, Paul and Wield, David (1991). High Tech Fantasies: Science Parks in Society, Science and Space. UK: Routledge.

Wield, D. and Quintas, P. R. (1987). The technological relevance of Science Parks. In: Sunman, H. ed. Science parks and the growth of technology-based enterprises : the proceedings of the UK Science Park Association's Annual Conference held on 6th December 1986. UK: CSP Economic Publications, pp. 45–53.

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