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Business and Law Research Highlights

Tuesday, 31 January 2017

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Professor Stephen Teo and Dr Diep Nguyen

Professor Stephen Teo and Dr Diep Nguyen have had their paper, Psychological safety climate and workplace bullying in Vietnam’s public sector, published in Public Management Review (an ABDC A-ranked journal).

The research focussed on the impersonal nature of public management which can potentially result in workplace bullying and risks for psychological health and safety in the public sector in non-Western economies.

Reviewing the cases of 274 employees from six branches of a Vietnamese public sector organization, it was recommended that members of senior management should consider positive work conditions and an effective system of policies, procedures, and practices for the prevention of psychosocial hazards.

See the complete paper and findings.

Associate Professor Maryam Omari

Dean of the School of Business and Law, Associate Professor Maryam Omari, has had her paper with her external colleagues, Matching expectations for successful university student volunteering, published in the Education and Training - a SCImago Q1 and ERA A* journal.

The research demonstrated the importance of outlining clear expectations in a volunteering partnership between the host and the volunteer. It was found that universities play an important role in establishing expectations and matching volunteer organisations to volunteers accurately to avoid dissatisfaction in the outcome.

See the complete paper and findings.

Associate Professor Elisabeth Lambert Abdelgawad

New Associate Professor of Law, Elisabeth Lambert Abdelgawad has published a paper in Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights (an ERA A-ranked journal) at the end of last year (December 2016).

The paper, Dialogue and the implementation of the European Court of Human Rights’ Judgments, explored whether dialogue in judgements of the European Court of Human Rights has improved good governance and compliance in Court judgements.

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Dr Abel Alonso

Honorary Senior Lecturer Dr Abel Alonso has had two papers published in Tourism Recreation Research, an ABDC A-ranked journal. Both papers have ECU as Abel’s affiliation.

See the complete paper for: Exploring a developing tourism industry: A resource-based view approach.

See the complete paper for: The potential for craft brewing tourism development in the United States: A stakeholder view.

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