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An investigation of induction policies for university teachers: (re)valuing staff and cultural diversity
(Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia, 2018)
In an increasingly globalised, neo-liberal, Higher Education (HE) sector, emphasis has been placed on responding to the complex needs of international students, even before their enrolment. In New Zealand, this group ...
Navigating Differences in Institutions Toward Value Co-Creation
(University of Adelaide, 2018)
Much research has been conducted in the areas of value co-creation and the service encounter. However, there is a dearth of information on how these two areas are experienced by consumers and service providers who have ...
The social innovation continuum: Towards addressing definitional ambiguity
From a social problem-solution springboard, this paper develops a framework to capture the breadth and fluidity of social innovation within the contemporary landscape of innovation. The social innovation continuum advanced ...
Do preferences for fair trade rely on ethical argument or logos?
This paper investigates the effect of ethical labelling on consumer choice in the context of fair trade. Previous studies have shown that the Fairtrade logo has a positive effect on brand choice. However, it is uncertain ...
The failure of defining failure
Despite the widespread use of the terms ‘failure’ and ‘success’ within social networking site (SNS) literature, determining benchmarks of either is a complex undertaking. Success and failure both are often identified ...
Store Prototypes and Retail Brand Development
(The University of Adelaide, 2018-12-02)
This research examines the role of consumers’ processing of store prototype designs in the development of a retail brand. Three prototype generations of the same grocery retailer are examined using multi-group comparisons ...