JMCR Publications

Publications and Awards

Awards and Recognition

2015

  • RETF funded Best Research Output Prize for Henley Business School 2015 – Littlewood, D. (2014) 'Cursed' Communities? Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Company Towns and the Mining Industry in Namibia. Journal of Business Ethics. 120: pp.39-63. (DOI) 10.1007/s10551-013-1649-7

2014

  • Winner Best Paper in Social, Environmental and Ethical Enterprise Track, ISBE 37th Annual Conference, Manchester 2014
  • Winner Best Full Paper, Sustainable and Responsible Business, British Academy of Management Conference 2014, Belfast 9-11th September

2013   

  • Application of the ‘Causes-Reputation-Consequences’ Framework in the HMRC commended as best-in class in National Audit Office Report
  • Winner Best Paper Social, Environmental and Ethical Enterprise Track; Shortlisted Best Paper Rural Enterprise Track, ISBE Conference, Cardiff UK.
  • Emerald Literati Network Highly Commended Paper Award
  • Jean Perrien Award for Best Paper in Financial Services, Canada
  • Best Paper Award at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC), Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • Trickle Out Africa Nominated All Party Group on International Development: Outstanding Academic Study in Development

2012   

  • Winner Best Paper in Marketing, the 15th Annual Conference of the Irish Academy of Management
  • Best Paper Award at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC), St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada
  • Shortlisted Best Paper Rural Enterprise and Social, Environmental and Ethical Enterprise, ISBE Conference Dublin, Republic of Ireland 

2010   

  • Best Paper Award at the Corporate Reputation, Brand, Identity and Competitiveness conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2009   

  • Winner of the Keith MacMillan Research Paper Competition, University of Reading
  • Top-five placement in the Academy of Management, Social Issues in Management thesis competition, Chicago, USA

 

Refereed journal papers

2015

Littlewood, D. & Holt, D. (forthcoming) Social Entrepreneurship in South Africa: Exploring the Influence of Environment. Business & Society

Holt, D. & Littlewood, D. (forthcoming) Identifying, Mapping, and Monitoring the Impact of Hybrid Firms, California Management Review

Rivera-Santos, M., Holt, D., Littlewood, D. & Kolk, A. (2015). Social entrepreneurship in sub-Saharan Africa. Academy of Management Perspectives, 29:72-91 doi:10.5465/amp.2013.0128

Littlewood, D. (2015) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Mining and Sustainable Development in Namibia: Critical Reflections through a Relational Lens. Development Southern Africa, 32(2): 240-257.

2014

Littlewood, D. (2014) 'Cursed' Communities? Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Company Towns and the Mining Industry in Namibia. Journal of Business Ethics. 120: 39-63.

2013

Hillenbrand C, Money K & Ghobadian A (2013). Unpacking the mechanism by which Corporate Responsibility impacts stakeholder relationships. British Journal of Management, 24: 127–46.

Mason D, Hillenbrand C & Money K (2013). Are informed citizens more trusting? Transparency of performance data and trust towards a British police force. Journal of Business Ethics. Currently available online, awaiting printed edition. DOI: 10.1007/s10551-013-1702-6.

H.Stride, M. Higgs (2013) An Investigation into Values and Staff Commitment: a Study of UK Charities, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.  DOI: 10.1177/0899764012472066.

2012

Hillenbrand C, Money K & Pavelin S (2012). Stakeholder-defined Corporate Responsibility for a pre-credit crunch financial service company. Journal of Business Ethics, 105(3), 337–56.

Money K, Hillenbrand C, Henseler J & Da Camara N (2012). Exploring unanticipated consequences of strategy amongst stakeholder segment. Long Range Planning, 45, 395-423.

Money K, Hillenbrand C, Hunter I & Money AG (2012). Modelling bi-directional research: a new approach to stakeholder theory. Journal of Strategy and Management, 5(1), 5–24

2011

Birchall D, Chanaron JJ, Tovstiga G & Hillenbrand C (2011). Innovation performance measurement: current practices, issues and management challenges. International Journal of Technology Management, 56(1), 1–20.

2010

Money K, Hillenbrand C, Day M & Magnan G (2010). Exploring the reputation metaphor in B2B partnerships: extending the study of reputation from the perception of single firms to the perception of inter-firm partnerships. Industrial Marketing Management, 39, 761–8.

Money K, Rose S & Hillenbrand C (2010). The impact of the corporate identity mix on corporate reputation. Journal of Brand Management, 18(3), 197–211.

2009

Hillenbrand C & Money K (2009). Segmenting stakeholders in terms of Corporate Responsibility: implications for reputation management. Australasian Marketing Journal, 17, 99–105.

Money K, Hillenbrand C & Da Camara N (2009). Putting positive psychology to work in organisations. Journal of General Management, 34(3), 21–36.

2007

Hillenbrand C & Money K (2007). Corporate Responsibility and Corporate Reputation: two separate concepts or two sides of the same coin? Corporate Reputation Review, 10(4), 261–77.

Hillenbrand C & Money K (2007). So messen Sie, ob sich Gutes lohnt. Harvard Business Manager, Jan, 36–44.

Stride, H. and Lee, S. (2007) No Logo? No way. Branding in the non-profit sector. Journal of Marketing Management, 23 (1-2). pp. 107-122. ISSN 1472-1376

2006

Money K & Hillenbrand C (2006). Using reputation measurement to create value: an analysis and integration of existing measures. Journal of General Management, 32(1), 1–12.

Stride, H. (2006) An investigation into the values dimensions of branding: implications for the charity sector. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 11 (2). pp. 115-124. ISSN 1479-103X

2005

MacMillan K, Money K, Downing S & Hillenbrand C (2005). Reputation in relationships: measuring experiences, emotions and behaviours. Corporate Reputation Review, 8(3), 214–32.

MacMillan, K., Money, K., Money, A.H. and Downing, S. (2005) Relationship marketing in the not-for-profit sector: an extension and application of the commitment–trust theory. Journal of Business Research, 58 (6). pp. 806-818. ISSN 0148-2963 (special section 'The nonprofit marketing landscape')

2004

MacMillan K, Money K, Downing S & Hillenbrand C (2004). Giving your organisation SPIRIT. Journal of General Management, 30(2), 15–42.

2003

McCalla, R., Ezingeard, J.-N. and Money, K. (2003) A behavioural approach to CRM systems evaluation. Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation, 6 (2). ISSN 1566-6379

2002

MacMillan, K., Money, K. and Downing, S. (2002) United Kingdom: best and worst corporate reputations — nominations by the general public. Corporate Reputation Review, 2002 (4). pp. 374-384. ISSN 1479-1889

 

Books and Book Chapters

2015

Littlewood, D. & Russon, J. (forthcoming) CSR, Mining and Development in Namibia. In CSR in Developing Countries: Towards a Development-Oriented Approach. Edited by Dima Jamali, Charlotte Karam, and Michael Blowfield. Greenleaf Publishing.

Littlewood, D. and Holt, D. (2015) Social and Environmental Enterprises in Africa: Context, Convergence and Characteristics. In The Business of Social and Environmental Innovation. Springer. Hamann, R., Nwosu, E., and Hall, M. (Ed.)

2014

Littlewood, D. and Holt, D. (2014) Addressing rural social exclusion in the developing world - exploring the role of African social purpose ventures. Exploring Rural Enterprise: New Perspectives on research, policy and practice. Henry, C. & McElwee, G. (Ed.).

Holt, D. and Littlewood, D. (2014) The informal economy as a route to market in Sub-Saharan Africa – observations amongst Kenyan informal economy entrepreneurs, The Routledge Companion to Business in Africa. Nwankwo, S and Ibeh, K. (Ed.).

2011

Money K, Hillenbrand C & Downing S (2011). Reputation in relationships. In Helm S, Liehr-Gobbers K & Storck C (eds) Reputation Management. Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 75–90.

Stride, H. (2011) Personal and Organisation Values, In: Kruckeberg, K., Amann, W. and Green, M. (eds.) Leadership and Personal Development: A toolbox for the 21st Century Manager. Information Age Publishing . ISBN 9781617355547

2007

Money K, Money A, Downing S & Hillenbrand C (2007). Relationship marketing and the not-for-profit sector: an extension and application of the commitment–trust theory. In Sargeant A & Wymer W (eds) The Routledge Companion to Nonprofit Marketing. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 28–48.

2005

Money, K. and Gardiner, L. (2005) Reputational management: ignore at your own peril. Handbook of Business Strategy, 6 (1). pp. 43-46. ISSN 1077-5730

 

Recent Conference Proceedings

2015

Littlewood, D. & Holt, D. (2015) Conceptualising Resilience & Social Entrepreneurship Relationships In Complex & Chaotic Environments, 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August 7-11, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

2014

Littlewood, D. & Holt, D. (2014) Conceptualising Social Entrepreneurship and Resilience: Perspectives from sub-Saharan Africa, 37th ISBE Conference, Manchester 5-6th November.

Holt, D. & Littlewood, D. (2014) Waste Livelihoods - Innovation, Bricolage and Poverty Alleviation in Low-Income Economies, 37th ISBE Conference, Manchester 5-6th November.

Littlewood, D. & Holt, D. (2014) ICSEM Working Paper - Social Enterprise in South Africa, International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM) Western Symposium, La-Roche-en-Ardenne, October 9-10th.

Holt, D & Littlewood, D. (2014) Financial services for the poor within the formal/informal nexus in sub-Saharan Africa, 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia 1-5th August.

Holt, D. & Littlewood, D. (2014) Reaching the underbanked and unbanked in subsistence markets at the nexus of the formal and informal economy, British Academy of Management Conference, Belfast 9th-11th September.

2013

Finch D, Hillenbrand C, O’Reilly N & Varella P (2013). For love, money and/or self: financial performance drivers and antecedents of retention in independent sales agents. Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference, Perth, Australia, Jul.

Hillenbrand C, Money K, Vogel B et al. (2013). CEO decision-making and reputation: what issues and processes do CEOs really engage with. Global Reputation Institute Conference, Barcelona, Spain, Jun.

Hillenbrand C, Money K & Da Camara N (2013). Avoiding collateral damage from your corporate message. World Marketing Congress, Melbourne, Australia, Jul.

Holt, D. and Littlewood, D. (2013). The Jua Kali and the Mali-Mali: The Informal/Formal Nexus amongst Kenyan Micro Enterprises. The Academy of Management Africa Conference, 7-10th January

Littlewood, D. and Holt, D. (2013). Impact evaluation of a Kenyan Eco-Business: A Pilot Study. 73rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Orlando Florida, August 9-13.

Littlewood, D. and Holt, D. (2013). Addressing Rural Social Exclusion through African Social Purpose Ventures. 36th ISBE Conference, Cardiff 12-13th November.

Littlewood, D. and Holt, D. (2013). Exploring the Intersection of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Social Entrepreneurship in South Africa through an Institutional Lens. 36th ISBE Conference, Cardiff 12-13th November.

Magnan G, Day M, Hillenbrand C & Fawcett S. (2013). Architecture’s role in developing Relational Capability: exploring organisational levers to support strategic supplier relationships. CSCMP European Research Seminar (ERS), Amsterdam, May.

Stride, H. and Higgs, M. (2013) Developing our understanding of values based brands within the not-for-profit sector. Irish Academy of Management, Waterford (Full Paper)   

West B, Hillenbrand C & Money K (2013). Believe it or not: how social axioms impact on customer perceptions of corporate reputation. World Marketing Congress, Melbourne, Australia, Jul.

West B, Hillenbrand C & Money K (2013). Building employee relationships through CSR: the moderating role of social cynicism and reward for application. Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference, Perth, Australia, July.

2012

Holt, D. and Littlewood, D. (2012). Imitation, Entrepreneurship and the Informal/Formal Economy Nexus – An African Perspective. 35th ISBE Conference, Dublin 7-8th November.

Littlewood, D. and Holt, D. (2012). Mapping the Trickle Out Benefits of Social and Environmental Enterprises - A Pilot Study of an East African Ecobusiness. 35th ISBE Conference, Dublin 7-8th November.

Stride, H. and Higgs, M. (2012) An Investigation into the Relationship Between Values and Donor Commitment: A Study of UK Charities, 15th Annual Conference of the Irish Academy of Management, Maynooth Ireland.  

Varjacic A, Christakou A, Chakrabarti B, Ellis J, Hillenbrand C et al. (2012). Social influence on the utilisation of reward and punishment in the brains of business leaders. European Federation of Neuroscience Societies (FENS), Barcelona, 14–18 Jul.

West B, Hillenbrand C & Money K (2012). The impact of social axioms on firm reputation with customers. Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Newfoundland, 9–12 Jun.

2011

Hillenbrand C, Money K & Da Camara N (2011). The moderating impact of organisational identification on perceived work pressure, burnout and life satisfaction. British Psychological Society Conference, Glasgow, May.

Littlewood, D. (2011). Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Development and the Mining Industry in Namibia: Critical Reflections through a Relational Lens. Conference paper presented at Corporate Responsibility Research Conference (CRR), University of Leeds 12th-14th September

Magnan GM, Day M, Hillenbrand C & Fawcett SE (2011). The architecture of relational capabilities: cultivating relational quality for collaborative advantage. Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals 6th European Research Seminar, Barcelona, Jun.

Money K, Hillenbrand C, Brown R et al. (2011). How the reputation of leaders and senior leadership teams impact corporate reputation. 15th International Conference on Reputation, Brand, Identity and Competitiveness, New Orleans, 18–20 May.

Rose S, Hillenbrand C and Money K (2011). Exploring customer relationship lifecycles in the development of reputation: the role of corporate branding and corporate reputation building. World Congress of Marketing, Champagne, 19–22 Jul.

Stride, H. and Higgs, M. (2011) Exploring the Relationship between Staff and Donor Behaviour: A Study of Values in UK Charities. Irish Academy of Management, Dublin.

2010

Da Camara N, Money K & Hillenbrand C (2010). The differential role of trust and distrust in building relationships with favourable and unfavourable customer groups. International Conference for Relationship Marketing (ICRM), Henley-on-Thames, Sep.

Hillenbrand C & Money K (2010). Building trust and positive intent among customers and employees through corporate responsibility. Academy of Management Conference, SIM Division, Aug.

Hillenbrand C, Money K & Pavelin S (2010). Stakeholder-defined corporate responsibility for a pre-credit-crunch financial service company: lessons for how good reputations are won and lost. Academy of Management Conference, SIM Division, Aug.

Stride, H. and Higgs, M. (2010) Exploring the Importance of Shared Values in Determining Supporter Commitment to UK Charities. BAM, Sheffield.

2009

Hillenbrand C & Money K (2009). Exploring characteristics of B2B partnerships that can bring societal benefits. Annual Meeting of the Society for Business Ethics, Chicago, Aug.

Rose S, Hillenbrand C & Money K (2009). Corporate identity and the missing link to corporate reputation. Corporate Branding Conference, Cambridge, UK, Aug/Sep.

Stride, H. and Higgs, M. (2009) Values and Staff Commitment in UK Charities. Irish Academy of Management, Galway.

 

Selected Case publications, Online Articles and Reports

Case Studies

2013

Holt, D. and Littlewood, D. (2013). The Book Bus "Improving children's lives one book at a time" The Trickle Out Africa Project case study series: No.2. February, ISSN 2052-0026

Holt, D. and Littlewood, D. (2013). The Khayelitsha Cookie Company "Creating opportunity one bite at a time". The Trickle Out Africa Project case study series: No.4. May, ISSN 2052-0026

2012

Hillenbrand C, Money K, White J, Zhu R & Ding J (2012). Leadership, decision-making, communication and reputation management lessons from the Sichuan (Wenchuan) earthquake: an authentic Chinese perspective. ECCH Case Clearing House. 312-206-1.

Littlewood, D and Holt, D. (2012). Cookswell Enterprises "Save Money, Save Energy, Save our Forests and Eat Well". The Trickle Out Africa Project case study series: No.1. December, ISSN 2052-0026

Littlewood, D and Holt, D. (2012). The Mumwa Crafts Association Community Development through Craft Production". The Trickle Out Africa Project case study series: No.3. April, ISSN 2052-0026

Online Articles

Littlewood, D. and Holt, D. (2013) Social Purpose Ventures, BoP Communities and Rural Exclusion in the Developing World, http://www.isbe.org.uk/Social-Purpose-Ventures-BoP-Communities-and-Rural-Exclusion-in-the-Developing-World ISBE e-magazine Enterprising Matters

Working Papers

2015

Littlewood, D. and Holt, D. (2015) “Social Enterprise in South Africa”, ICSEM Working Papers, No. 2015-02, Liege: The International Comparative Social Enterprise Models (ICSEM) Project.