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2004Dangerous work: The gendered nature of bullying in the context of higher educationSimpson, R; Cohen, C
2005An exploratory study of the internal career orientation and the external career pattern of information technology workers in NigeriaSimpson, R; Cornelius, N; Ituma, Afam Nnanna
2009Exploring the psychological contract of black British clerical workers in UK local authoritiesSimpson, R; Ituma, AN; Dadi, Vincent
2007Forms of capital and career benefits of the MBA in china and the UKItuma, AN; Simpson, R; Bo, X; Woods, A; Sturges, J
2005Gender, age and the MBA: An analysis of extrinsic and intrinsic career benefitsSimpson, R; Sturges, J; Woods, A; Altman, Y
2005An investigation of silence and a scrutiny of transparency: Re-examining gender in organization literature through the concepts of voice and visibilitySimpson, R; Lewis, P
2013Is the boundaryless career applicable to all? An investigation of black knowledge intensive workers in the UKSimpson, R; Kumra, S; Mansah-Owusu, Grace
2008The making and marking of men’s bodies in the context of nursing careSimpson, R
2009Managing difference in feminized work: Men, otherness and social practicePullen, A; Simpson, R
2006Masculinity and management education: Feminising the MBASimpson, R
2004Masculinity at work: The experiences of men in female dominated occupationsSimpson, R
2006Men in non-traditional occupations: Career entry, career orientation and experience of role strainSimpson, R
2010A normal paranoia? The emergence of distrust between parents of autistic children and public officialsAyios, A; Simpson, R
2010The role of cultural values in understanding the challenges faced by female entrepreneurs in NigeriaMordi, C; Simpson, R; Singh, S; Okafor, C
2003The significance of seniority for women managers’ interpretations of organizational restructuringSimpson, R; Holley, D; Woods, A
2013The structural relationships between corporate culture, ICT diffusion innovation, corporate leadership, corporate communication management (CCM) activities and organisational performanceMelewar, T C; Simpson, R; Mohamad, Bahtiar
2011Toward a theory of entrepreneurship: The significance and meaning of performance and the emotion management of entrepreneursSimpson, R; Valsecchi, R; Shaw, Elizabeth
2009Transformation and feminisation: The masculinity of the MBA and the “un-development” of menSimpson, R; Ituma, AN
2000A voyage of discovery or a fast track to success: Men, Women and the MBASimpson, R
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