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Performance and performativity: undoing fictions of women business owners.
Gender, Work and Organization, 19 (4). pp. 416-437. ISSN 0968-6673
Claiming the streets: feminist implications of psychogeography as a business research method.
Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods, 7 (1). pp. 47-54. ISSN 1477-7029
My colleagues and my filing cabinet: insider research access for part-time post-graduate students.
In: Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Research Methods for Business and Management Studies held at Regent’s College, London, 19-20 June 2008. Academic Conferences Limited, pp. 201-208.
The strolling study: psychogeography for organisational researchers.
In: British Academy of Management Conference 2008, 9 - 11 Sep 2008, Majestic Hotel, Harrogate. (Unpublished)
Foreign language use among decision-makers of successfully internationalised SMEs: questioning the language-training paradigm.
Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 13 (4). pp. 620-641. ISSN 1462-6004
Learning from longitudinal research into women's experience of business ownership.
In: Proceedings of the European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies (ECRM 2006), Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, 17-18 July 2006. Academic Conferences International, pp. 219-226. ISBN 1905305265
Measures and self-reported sources of success of women business owners.
In: 11th Annual Symposium of the Academy of Marketing Special Interest Group in Entrepreneurial and Small Business Marketing, 04-06 Jan 2006, Lincoln, UK. (Submitted)
"In the eye of the beholder": women entrepreneurs' measures and sources of success.
In: BAM 2005: Challenges of Organizations in Global Markets, 13-15 Sep 2005, Oxford, UK. (Submitted)
"Torn between the two": work/life balance of women small business owners.
In: Gender, Work and Organisation: 4th International Interdisciplinary Conference, 22-24 Jun 2005, Keele, UK. (Submitted)
Financing strategies of women small business owners.
In: 2005 50th World Conference of ICSB: Golden Opportunities for Entrepreneurship, 15-18 Jun 2005, Washington, USA. (Submitted)
Ditch-dragging and bridge-building: working towards interdisciplinarity in women's entrpreneurship research.
In: 13th Annual Small Business and Enterprise Development Conference, 03-04 Apr 2003, Surrey, UK. (Submitted)
Segregated authority: first-line manager roles in single gender reporting lines.
In: British Academy of Management Annual Conference, 15-17 Sep 2003, Harrogate, UK. (Submitted)
Gendering first-line management roles.
In: Employment Research Unit Annual Conference, 12-13 Sep 2002, Cardiff, UK. (Submitted)
What do we learn from longitudinal research?: second interviews with women entrepreneurs.
In: Small Business and Enterprise Development Conference: theoretical and empirical advances in internal entrepreneurship, 15-16 Apr 2002, Nottingham, UK. (Submitted)
From supervisors to team co-ordinators and business unit managers: a reconfiguration or reconceptualisation of the role of first-line manager.
In: British Academy of Management Conference, 05-07 Sep 2001, Cardiff, UK. (Submitted)
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