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McCarthy, Breda, Kapetanaki, Ariadne Beatrice, and Wang, Pengji (2020) Completing the food waste management loop: is there market potential for value-added surplus products (VASP)? Journal of Cleaner Production, 256. 120435. (In Press)

Eijdenberg, Emiel L., Isaga, Nsubili M., Paas, Leonard J., and Masurel, Enno (2020) Fluid entrepreneurial motivations in Tanzania. Journal of African Business. (In Press)

Mukherjee, Malobi, Ramirez, Rafael, and Cuthbertson, Richard (2019) Strategic reframing as a multi-level process enabled with scenario research. Long Range Planning. 101933. (In Press)

Choongo, Progress, Eijdenberg, Emiel L., Chabala, Mwansa, Lungu, John, and Taylor, Thomas K. (2020) The evolution of urban entrepreneurship in Zambia. In: Iftikhar, Muhammed N., Justice, Jonathan B., and Audretsch, David B., (eds.) Urban Studies and Entrepreneurship. The Urban Book Series . Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 249-269.

Ven Der Lugt, B., Harvey, N., Woolley, T., Gupta, S., Inania, M, van Santen, B, Ananthram, H., and Rane, A. (2019) Ease of use and accuracy of a perinatal measuring device (Episiometer) to ensure correct angle and length of a mediolateral episiotomy: a mixed methods study. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 126 (S2). 2793. pp. 235-236.

Eijdenberg, Emiel L., and Ehmann, Lena (2019) Exploring wellbeing indicators of women entrepreneurs in Zambia. In: Lepeley, Maria-Teresa, Kuschel, Katherina, Beutell, Nicholas, Pouw, Nicky, and Eijdenberg, Emiel L., (eds.) Wellbeing of Women in Entrepreneurship: a global perspective. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 359-373.

Kingsford, Michael J., Welch, David, and O'Callaghan, Mark (2019) Latitudinal and cross-shelf patterns of size, age, growth, and mortality of a tropical damselfish Acanthochromis polyacanthus on the Great Barrier Reef. Diversity, 11 (5). 67.

Lepeley, Maria-Teresa, Kuschel, Katherina, Beutell, Nicholas, Pouw, Nicky, and Eijdenberg, Emiel L. (2019) Wellbeing of Women in Entrepreneurship: a global perspective. Routledge, Abingdon, UK.

Mukherjee, Malobi, and Cuthbertson, Richard (2016) Applying the scenarios method to capture uncertainties of retail development in emerging markets. International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 26 (3). pp. 323-346.

Mukherjee, Malobi, Cuthbertson, Richard, and Howard, Elizabeth (2015) Retailing in emerging markets: a policy and strategy perspective. Routledge, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Mukherjee, Malobi, Ramirez, Rafael, Vezzoli, Simona, and Kramer, Arnoldo Matus (2015) Scenarios as a scholarly methodology to produce “interesting research”. Futures, 71. pp. 70-87.

Kar, Malobi, and Yahagi, Toshiyuki (2009) The process of international business model transfer in the Seven-Eleven group: US-Japan-China. Asia Pacific Business Review, 15 (1). pp. 41-58.

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