Cork University Business School - Journal Articles

Cork University Business School - Journal Articles

 

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  • Bradfield, Tracy; Butler, Robert; Dillon, Emma J.; Hennessy, Thia; Loughrey, Jason (Elsevier Ltd., 2023-01-17)
    The European Union milk quota abolition in 2015 resulted in rapid dairy farm expansion across many Member States. Continued production growth requires both capital and herd investment with secure access to land resources ...
  • Lawton, Thomas C.; Tonn Goulart Moura, Stephanie; Tobin, Damian; Silva-Rêgo, Bernardo (AIB, 2023-01-27)
    The lack of boundaries in cyberspace contributes to geopolitical disputes, as data and technology are weaponized across borders, and hacking of critical infrastructure becomes pervasive. But we lack a framework for ...
  • Cotter, Gertrude; Bonenfant, Yvon; Butler, Jenny; Caulfield, Marian; Doyle Prestwich, Barbara; Griffin, Rosarii; Khabbar, Sanaa; Mishra, Nita; Hally, Ruth; Murphy, Margaret; Murphy, Orla; O'Sullivan, Maeve; Phelan, Martha; Reidy, Darren; Schneider, Julia C.; Isaloo, Amin Sharifi; Turner, Brian; Usher, Ruth; Williamson Sinalo, Caroline (UCL Press, 2022-12-13)
    The Praxis Project, established at University College Cork (UCC), Ireland, in 2018, seeks to assess possible models of best practice with regard to the integration of global citizenship and development education (GCDE) ...
  • Bourke, Jane (Inderscience, 2015-01-28)
    Given the potential of ICT to improve efficiency and quality of care, it is necessary to understand healthcare organisations’ decision-making concerning ICT adoption and use. In this paper, we explore the factors that ...
  • Bourke, Jane; Roper, Stephen; Love, James H. (World Scientific Publishing, 2021-10)
    Undertaking innovation involves a range of different activities from ideation to the commercialisation of innovations. Each activity may have very different resources and organisational requirements, however, most prior ...

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