Saturday, 10 June 2017
Professorial Research Fellow Professor Stephen Teo and Dr Diep Nguyen have had their paper Development of human resource management in Vietnam: A semantic analysis. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Management (an ABDC A-ranked journal).
Another paper by Professor Stephen Teo and Dr Diep Nguyen, Cynicism about Change, Work Engagement and Job Satisfaction of Public Sector Nurses has also been published in the Australian Journal of Public Administration (an ABDC A-ranked journal).
Professor Stephen Teo has also his article Opening the black box: The mediating roles of organisational systems and ambidexterity in the HRM-performance accepted for publication by Personnel Review (an ABDC A-ranked journal).
Professor Stephen Teo along with external colleagues has had the article Individual and organizational support: Does it affect red tape, stress and work outcomes of police officers in the USA, published in the Personnel Review (an ABDC A-ranked journal).
Professorial Research Fellow Professor Sam Huang’s paper Understanding Chinese cultural tourists: Typology and profile has been produced by Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing (an ABDC A-ranked journal).
Professor Sam Huang has also had the paper, Chinese outbound travel: Understanding the socio-economic drivers, published in the International Journal of Tourism Research (an ABDC A-ranked journal).
Professor Kerry Brown has had her paper HRM practices of MNEs and Domestic Firms in Ghana: divergence or convergence, published in Personnel Review (an ABDC A-ranked journal).
Mr Dean Roepen has had his paper Matching expectations for successful university student volunteering published in Education and Training, a SCImago Q1 and ERA A* journal.
Mr Martin Allcock has had his paper In defence of Weinrib’s and Beever’s interpretive theories of negligence, published in Torts Law Journal (an ABDC A*-ranked journal).
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