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Grants, Research Consultancies & Industry Collaborations

The Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability is successful in attracting funding support for research and in securing research consultancies. The development and nurture of research partnerships with local, national and international organisations is central to the work of the Centre.

2015

  • Volunteering to Learn Project - Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching Grant (Paull et al. 2013-2015): $250 000
  • Agroenterprise in Africa: Connecting smallholders to markets - Australian Development Research Award Scheme (AusAID) (Spencer et al.): $453 947
  • Business case for the ‘connecting sites of outstanding biodiversity’ project for the Great Southern Development Commission (Hodgson et al. 2015): $19 800
  • NCCARF SEI Network Grant 2015 (Spencer & Brueckner): $50 000
  • Management and Governance Seed Funding 2015 (Spencer & Brueckner): $3500
  • Finding Common Ground Project Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching – Extension Grant  (Whitsed et al. 2015)

2014

  • CAESIE Stage 2 Grant 2014 (Brueckner): $5000
  • Future of Homeless Connect 2014/2015 - City of Perth and Volunteering WA (Paull, Kestel & Paulin)
  • Leadership WA School of Management and Governance Small Research Grant 2015 (Girardi, Paull, Whitsed, Boudville & Minaee)
  • Murdoch University Small Grants Scheme 2014 (Brueckner & Spencer): $14 960
  • Homeless Connect Evaluations 2011-2014 - Homeless Connect (Paull, Paulin & Clear)
  • School of Management and Governance Small Research Grant 2014 (Brueckner & Spencer): $3500
  • Perth Heritage Days Visitor Survey - Heritage Perth 2013-2014 (Paull & Paulin)
  • School of Management and Governance Small Research Grant 2014 (Brueckner): $2500
  • Cross cultural perspectives on workplace bullying (self-funded partnership) 2010-2015 (Omari et al.)

Publications

The Centre is engaged in socially relevant, cross-diciplinary research, and Centre staff publish their work both nationally and internationally using highly ranked academic publishing outlets.

2016

  • D’Cruz, P., Paull, M., Omari, M., & Guneri-Cangarli, B., (2016), Target experiences of workplace bullying: Insights from Australia, India and Turkey. Employee Relations: The International Journal, 38(5), 805-823.
  • Fletcher, C., Pforr, C. & Brueckner, M. (2016). Factors Influencing Indigenous Engagement in Tourism Development: An International Perspective. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. 24(8-9), 1100-1120.
  • Omari, M. & Paull, M. (2016). Setting the Scene: Workplace abuse, incivility and bullying: Methodological and cultural perspectives. In M. Omari & M. Paull (eds.),Workplace abuse, incivility and bullying: Methodological and cultural perspectives. Chapter 1. Taylor & Francis/Routledge.
  • M. Omari & M. Paull (eds.). Workplace abuse, incivility and bullying: Methodological and cultural perspectives. Taylor & Francis/Routledge.
  • Paull, M., Whitsed, C.,  & Girardi, A. (2016). Applying the Kirkpatrick model: Evaluating an Interaction for Learning Framework curriculum intervention. Issues in Educational  Research 26(3) 490-507.
  • Paull, M. & Girardi, A. (2016). Floorcraft: Researching subjective phenomena. In M. Omari & M. Paull (eds.), Workplace abuse, incivility and bullying: Methodological and cultural perspectives. Chapter 3. Taylor & Francis/Routledge.
  • Paull, M. & Omari, M. (2016). Australia: The ‘fair go’multicultural continent nation. In M. Omari & M. Paull (eds.), Workplace abuse, incivility and bullying: Methodological and cultural perspectives. Chapter 13. Taylor &
    Francis/Routledge.
  • Paull, M. & Omari, M. (2016). Workplace abuse, incivility and bullying: The challenge of translational research.$ In M. Omari & M. Paull (eds.), Workplace abuse, incivility and bullying: Methodological and cultural perspectives. Chapter 14. Taylor & Francis/Routledge.
  • Pforr, C. & Brueckner, M. (2016). The quagmire of stakeholder engagement in tourism planning: A case example from Australia. Tourism Analysis. 21(2), 61-76.
  • Spencer, R., Brueckner, M., Wise, G. & Marika, B. (2016). Measuring performance: A story of ‘closing the gap’ through Indigenous social enterprise. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy. 10(4), 397-424.<
  • Tian, X. & Slocum, W. J. (2016). Managing corporate social responsibility in China. Organizational Dynamics. 45:39-46.
  • Tian, X., Lo, V.l., & Song, M.. 2016. The ‘insider’ and ‘outside’ effects of FDI technology spillovers: Some evidence from China. Journal of Developing Areas, 50(5):1-12.
  • Tian, X. (2016). Managing international business in China. 2nd Edition. Cambridge University Press.

2015

  • Paull, M. (2015). ‘Yes! That means get out of your seat’: Interactive learning strategies for Internationalisation of the Curriculum in postgraduate business. In W. Green & C. Whitsed (Eds.), Internationalising the curriculum in disciplines: Stories from business, education and health. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers B.V.
  • Omari, M. & Paull, M. (2015). Public sector work intensification and negative behaviour. Journal of Organizational Change Management 28(5) (forthcoming)
  • Paull, M. , Clear, A., Kestel, J. & Paulin, S. (2015). Exploring the influence of Homeless Connect Perth on personal agency. Third Sector Review (forthcoming).
  • Paull, M. & Omari, M. (2015) Dignity and respect: Important in volunteer settings too! Equality, Diversity and Inclusion 34(3) 244-255

2014

  • Standen, P., Paull, M., & Omari, M. (2014). Managing workplace bullying: Propositions from Heider’s Balance Theory. Journal of Management and Organization. 20(6) 733-748 DOI: 10.1017/jmo.2014.57
  • Brueckner, M. & Spencer, R., Wise, G. & Marika, B. (2014). Indigenous entrepreneurship: Closing the gap on local terms. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues. 17(2): 2-24.
  • Paull, M, & Omari, M. (2014). Organisational (mis)behaviour of volunteers: Profiles and perspectives. In M. Oppenheimer, & J. Warburton (Eds.), Volunteering in Australia. Sydney: Federation Press.
  • Brueckner, M., Durey, A., Mayes, R. & Pforr, C. (2014). The civic virtue of developmentalism: On the mining industry’s social licence to develop Western Australia. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal (IAPA) - Special Issue: Social Licence to Operate and Impact Assessment. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14615517.2014.929784
  • Singh, M., Brueckner, M. & Padhy, P.K. (2014). Insights into the state of ISO14001 certification in both small and medium enterprises and industry best companies in India: the case of Delhi and Noida. Journal of Cleaner Production 69: 225-236. DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2014.01.040

Working Paper Series

The Centre also publishes an in-house Working Paper Series intended as a platform for research dissemination and a stepping stone for higher degree by research students and early career researchers.

HDR/ECR Corner

The Centre seeks to assist HDR students and early career scholars with the task of academic writing and publishing. This site is intended as a repository for HDRs and ECRs, providing information from writing workshops and other useful resource materials.