MariaLaura Di Domenico
MariaLaura Di Domenico
Professor of Entrepreneurship, Work and Organization, University of Surrey
E-mail megerősítve itt: surrey.ac.uk
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Social bricolage: Theorizing social value creation in social enterprises
ML Di Domenico, H Haugh, P Tracey
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 34 (4), 681-703, 2010
The dialectic of social exchange: Theorizing corporate—social enterprise collaboration
ML Di Domenico, P Tracey, H Haugh
Organization studies 30 (8), 887-907, 2009
Market research and the ethics of big data
D Nunan, ML Di Domenico
International Journal of Market Research 55 (4), 505-520, 2013
Farming and tourism enterprise: Experiential authenticity in the diversification of independent small-scale family farming
ML Di Domenico, G Miller
Tourism Management 33 (2), 285-294, 2012
Host/guest encounters in the commercial home
M Di Domenico, PA Lynch
Leisure Studies 26 (3), 321-338, 2007
Effectuation and home-based online business entrepreneurs
EM Daniel, MLD Domenico, S Sharma
International Small Business Journal 33 (8), 799-823, 2015
‘Mental mobility’in the digital age: entrepreneurs and the online home‐based business
ML Di Domenico, E Daniel, D Nunan
New Technology, Work and Employment 29 (3), 266-281, 2014
Social economy involvement in public service delivery: community engagement and accountability
M Di Domenico, P Tracey, H Haugh
Regional Studies 43 (7), 981-992, 2009
Big data surveillance and the body-subject
K Ball, ML Di Domenico, D Nunan
Body & Society 22 (2), 58-81, 2016
Big data: a normal accident waiting to happen?
D Nunan, M Di Domenico
Journal of Business Ethics 145 (3), 481-491, 2017
The nature of ethical entrepreneurship in tourism
S Power, ML Di Domenico, G Miller
Annals of Tourism Research 65, 36-48, 2017
Discourse analysis in organizational research: methods and debates
N Phillips, ML Di Domenico
Sage, 2009
Producing hospitality, consuming lifestyles: Lifestyle entrepreneurship in urban Scotland
M Di Domenico
Tourism SMEs, service quality and destination competitiveness, 109-122, 2005
Older consumers, digital marketing, and public policy: a review and research agenda
D Nunan, ML Di Domenico
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 38 (4), 469-483, 2019
Resident hosts and mobile strangers: Temporary exchanges within the topography of the commercial home
P Lynch, ML Di Domenico, M Sweeney
Mobilizing Hospitality, 121-143, 2016
‘I'm not just a housewife’: Gendered roles and identities in the home‐based hospitality enterprise
ML Di Domenico
Gender, Work & Organization 15 (4), 313-332, 2008
Virtual mobility and the lonely cloud: Theorizing the mobility‐isolation paradox for self‐employed knowledge‐workers in the online home‐based business context
E Daniel, ML Di Domenico, D Nunan
Journal of Management Studies 55 (1), 174-203, 2018
Sustaining the ivory tower: Oxbridge formal dining as organizational ritual
ML Di Domenico, N Phillips
Journal of Management Inquiry 18 (4), 326-343, 2009
A Multi‐level dialectical–paradox lens for top management team strategic decision‐making in a corporate venture
LA Costanzo, ML Di Domenico
British Journal of Management 26 (3), 484-506, 2015
Commercial home enterprises: Identity, space and setting
ML Di Domenico, P Lynch
Hospitality, 117-128, 2007
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