Publications

  • Ameen, N. and Willis, R., (2018a). Towards closing the gender gap in Iraq: understanding gender differences in smartphone adoption and use. Information Technology for Development, pp.1-26.
  • Ameen, N., & Willis, R. (2018b). An Examination of the Role of National IT Development and Infrastructure in Models for Smartphone Adoption and Use: The Cases of Iraq, Jordan and the UAE. In Emerging Markets from a Multidisciplinary Perspective(pp. 161-194). Springer, Cham. Switzerland. ISBN 978-3-319-75012-5 Official URL: https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319750125
  • Ameen, N., and Willis, R. (2018c) A generalised model for young consumers’ smartphone adoption and use in an Arab context: a cross-country comparison. Information Systems Management (accepted for publication).
  • Ameen, N., Willis, R., Noori, M., and Shah, M. (2018). ICT supported learning for the inclusion of students in developing countries: Avicenna Virtual Project. British Journal of Educational Technology (revise and resubmit).
  • Bright, C.(2018) The Civil Liability of the Parent Company for the Acts or Omissions of Its Subsidiary: The Example of the Shell Cases in the UK and in the Netherlands, in Angelica Bonfanti (ed.) Business and Human Rights in Europe: International Law Challenges (Routledge, forthcoming).
  • Bright, C. and Hodges C. (2017) “The ONIAM Model”, in Sonia Macleod and Christopher Hodges, Redress Schemes for Personal Injuries(Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2017), 427-437.
  • Bright, C. (2017), Le Devoir de Diligence de la Société Mère Dans la Jurisprudence Anglaise (The Duty of Due Diligence of the Parent Company in English Case-Law) (September 21, 2017). Droit Social, n° 10, October 2017, 828. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3156264
  • Bright, C. (2010)La excepción de orden público internacional como fundamento de denegación del reconocimiento del repudio islámico [The Public Policy Exception to the Recognition of Foreign Judgments on Islamic “Talaq”], Anuario español de derecho internacional privado [Spanish Yearbook of Private International Law]. X.  717-729.
  • Kopec, A.(2017) Social Enterprise in the UK: Models and Trajectories, ICSEM Working Papers, No. 40, Liege: The International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM) Project. [co-authored with Spear, R., Teasdale, S., Lyon, F., Hazenberg, R., Aiken, M., Bull, M.] – https://www.iap-socent.be/sites/default/files/UK%20-%20Spear%20et%20al.pdf
  • Lewis, K.2018(a). “The conflict of jurisdiction between intra-EU BITs and European Law” European Competition Law Review- Accepted, awaiting proofs. Issue is expected to publish in July 2018.
  • Lewis, K. 2018(b). ‘The TTIP Investment Court: More problems than solutions. International Company and Commercial Law Review – Accepted, awaiting proofs. Issue is expected to publish in May 2018.
  • Lewis, K.2018(c.) “The Calvo Doctrine in Contemporary Investment Treaties” International Company and Commercial Law Review 2018- Accepted, awaiting proofs. Issue is expected to publish in May 2018.
  • Lewis, K. “Proposal for an appeals tribunal in International Investment Arbitration.” International Company and Commercial Law Review (co-authored with Chrispas Nyombi & Dickson Moses, Forthcoming).
  • Lewis, K.  “Intra-EU BITs in the shadow of the European Commission’s opposition to IIAs.” International Company and Commercial Law Review (under review).
  • Madichie, N.(2018a, co-authored). The Evaluation of CSR and Social Value Practices Among UK Commercial and Social Enterprises. Entrepreneurial Business and Economics Review, 6(1), 37-52. https://eber.uek.krakow.pl/index.php/eber/article/view/326
  • Madichie, N.(2018b, co-authored). Determinants of livelihood choices and artisanal entrepreneurship in Nigeria, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, https://doi.org/10.1108/IJEBR-02-2018-0102
  • Madichie, N. Accounting-marketing integration dimensions and antecedents: insights from a frontier market”, Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, https://doi.org/10.1108/JBIM-10-2016-0246[co-authored]
  • Madichie, N. Highlife Music in West Africa: Down Memory Lane, Management Research Review, Vol. 40, Issue 1, pp.116-119, https://doi.org/10.1108/MRR-08-2016-0201
  • Madichie, N.  The Entrepreneurial University: An exploration of “value-creation” in a non-management department. Journal of Management Development, 36(2), 196-216. [co-authored with Gbadamosi, A., external examiner at LSBM].
  • Madichie, N. Revisiting the European Horsemeat Scandal: The Role of Power Asymmetry in the Food Supply Chain Crisis. Thunderbird International Business Review, 59(6), 663-675. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/tie.21841/full[co-authored with Yamoah, F. A., Brunel University].
  • Madichie, N. Accounting-marketing integration dimensions and antecedents: insights from a frontier market, Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 32(8), pp.1144-1158.http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/JBIM-10-2016-0246 [co-authored with Opute, AP.]
  • Madichie, N.(2015a) ‘An overview of higher education in the Arabian Gulf’,  Journal of Business and Emerging Markets, 7(4), 326–335.
  • Madichie, N.(2015b) ‘Standardisation/adaptation of the curriculum – relevance of ‘Western’ business textbooks for the MENA’,  Journal of Business and Emerging Markets, 7(4), 380-395. [Co-authored with Fantazy, K.]
  • Madichie, N.(2013a) An exploratory enquiry into the internationalisation of higher education in the United Arab Emirates. The Marketing Review, 13(1), 83–99. [Co-authored with Jerry Kolo].
  • Madichie, N.(2013b), Nigerian Students and the ‘Allure’ of Foreign (UK) Education: A Curious Reflection. African Journal of Business and Economic Research, 8(2&3), 101-118. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2370757 [Co-authored] *(3 Citations on GoogleScholar).
  • Mpofu, K. C., and Watkins-Mathys, L. (2011) ‘Understanding ICT Adoption in the Small Firm Sector in Southern Africa.’ Journal of Systems and Information Technology, Vol. 13 (2), pp 179 – 199.

BOOKS / BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Bright, C. (2015) The Implications of the Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Case for the Exercise of Extraterritorial JurisdictionIn DI STEFANO, A. (ed.), A Lackland Law? Territory, Effectiveness and Jurisdiction in International and EU Law. Torino: Giappichelli. p. 165-181.
  • Bright, C. (2013)L’accès à la justice civile en cas de violations des droits de l’homme par des entreprises multinationales [The Access to Civil Justice for Victims of Corporate Human Rights Violations]. [Online], Cadmus. Florence: European University Institute. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/1814/29602 [Accessed 1st October 2015],
  • Bright, C.,WRAY B. (2012) Corporations and Social Environmental Justice: the Role of Private International Law. In DUVAL, A. & MOREAU M.-A. (Eds.). Towards Social Environmental Justice? Florence: Cadmus (EUI Working Paper) 2012. p. 75-94.
  • Farooq U. and Zahidul, K. (2016) Internet and E-Business: E-Business Environment, Strategy and Implementation. Custom Publishing, UK: Pearson Education Limited.
  • Mpofu, K. C (2015) ‘Building networks for success of SMEs in Africa.’ A Guide to Commonwealth Markets. Published by Globaltrader in association with the British Chambers of Commerce and the Institute of Export (IOE), p. 20.
  • Madichie, N. (2014) Unintentional Demarketing in Higher Education. In: N., Bradley and J., Blythe (Eds.) De-marketing. London: Routledge. (Chapter 13). ISBN: 978-0-415-81648-9. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415816489/
  • Madichie, N., and Hinson, R. (2014) Women Entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa – A Case Approach. In: Nwankwo, S., and Ibeh, K. I. N. (Eds.) The Routledge Companion to Business in Africa. (Chapter 11). ISBN-10: 0415635454; ISBN-13: 978-0415635455.
  • Kapoor, R., and Madichie, N. (2012) Consumer Behaviour. Noida, India: Tata McGraw-Hill. ISBN: 978-007-107810-8.

CASE STUDIES

  • Madichie, N. (2015a) Heaven Kigali – Knocking on Heaven’s Door? Full length Case Study. In Douglas West, John Ford, and Essam Ibrahim. Strategic Marketing: Creating Competitive Advantage. Third Edition, pp. 533-540.
  • Madichie, N.(2015b) “Islam, Ramadan and the tent business in the Middle East.”  Case Study. In Isobel Doole, and Robin Lowe. International Marketing Strategy: Analysis, Development & Implementation. 7th Edition. London: Cengage Learning, Forthcoming.
  • Madichie, N.(2012) “Islam, Ramadan and the tent business in the Middle East.”  Case Study. In Isobel Doole, and Robin Lowe. International Marketing Strategy: Analysis, Development & Implementation. 6th Edition. London: Cengage Learning, pp. 92-94. ISBN: 978-1-4080-4407-0.
  • Madichie, N.(2011) Cross Cultural Marketing & The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s (ADNOC) Petrol Stations’ Self Service Trials. Case Study. In Kapoor, R., Paul, J. and Halder, B. Services Marketing: Concepts & Practices. New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill, pp. 121-124. ISBN: 978-0-07-070069-7.
  • Madichie, N.(2010a) Marketing Across Cultures. Pearson Education Limited. Fifth Edition. (Jean-Claude Usunier and Julie Anne Lee, 2009). ISBN 978-0-273-71391-3.Book ReviewJournal of International Consumer Marketing, 2(1), 75-76.
  • Madichie, N.(2010b) Global Marketing Management. Great Britain and New York: Oxford University Press. Second Edition. (Lee, K. and Carter, S. 2009). ISBN 970-0-19-923942-9. Book ReviewManagement Decision, 48(8), 1324