Publications from 2001

Meeks, G. and Meeks, J.G. (2001) “The loser’s curse: accounting for the transaction costs of takeover and the distortion of takeover motives.” Abacus, 37(3): 389-400 (DOI: 10.1111/1467-6281.00093)

Heracleous, L. and Barrett, M. (2001) “Organizational change as discourse: communicative actions and deep structures in the context of information technology implementation.” Academy of Management Journal, 44(4): 755-778

Whittington, G. and Zeff, S.A. (2001) “Mathews, Gynther and Chambers: three pioneering Australian theorists.” Accounting and Business Research, 31(3): 203-234

Nandhakumar, J. and Jones, M. (2001) “Accounting for time: managing time in project-based teamworking.” Accounting, Organizations and Society, 26(3): 193-214 (DOI: 10.1016/S0361-3682(99)00051-3)

Mehra, A., Kilduff, M. and Brass, D. (2001) “The social networks of high and low self-monitors: implications for workplace performance.” Administrative Science Quarterly, 46(1): 121-146

Ernst, A.T., Jiang, H., Krishnamoorthy, M., Nott, H. and Sier, D. (2001) “An integrated optimization model for train crew management.” Annals of Operations Research, 108(1-4): 211-224 (DOI: 10.1023/A:1016019314196)

Medova, E.A. and Scott, J. (2001) “Evolving system architectures for multimedia network design.” Annals of Operations Research, 104(1-4): 163-180 (DOI: 10.1023/A:1013199205333)

Lee, G.O.M. and Warner, M. (2001) “Labour-markets in ‘communist’ China and ‘capitalist’ Hong Kong: convergence revisited.” Asia Pacific Business Review, 8(1): 167-191

Zhu, Y. and Warner, M. (2001) “Taiwanese business strategies vis a vis the Asian financial crisis.” Asia Pacific Business Review, 7(3): 139-156

Ding, D. and Warner, M. (2001) “China’s labour-management system reforms: breaking the ‘three old irons’ (1978-1999).” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 18(3): 315-334 (DOI: 10.1023/A:1010697711514)

Holweg, M. and Jones, D.T. (2001) “The build-to-order challenge.” Automotive World, January/February: 40-45

Zyglidopoulos, C.S (2001) “The impact of accidents on firms’ reputation for social performance.” Business and Society, 40(4): 416-441

Collier, J. and Roberts, J. (2001) “An ethic for corporate governance?” Business Ethics Quarterly, 11(1): 67-71

Roberts, J. (2001) “Corporate governance and the ethics of Narcissus.” Business Ethics Quarterly, 11(1): 109-127

Nolan, P. and Yeung, G. (2001) “Big business with Chinese characteristics: two paths to growth of the firm in China under reform.” Cambridge Journal of Economics, 25(4): 443-465

Redmond, G. and Kattuman, P. (2001) “Employment polarisation and inequality in the UK and Hungary.” Cambridge Journal of Economics, 25(4): 467-480

Reiner, D.M. and Jacoby, H.D. (2001) “Learning the lessons of Kyoto.” Climate Policy, 1(2): 273-275

Kelly, S. and Jones, M. (2001) “Groupware and the social infrastructure of communication.” Communications of the ACM, 44(12): 77-79 (DOI: NOT WORKING 10.1145/501347.501351)

Glen, J., Lee, K. and Singh, A. (2001) “Persistence of profitability and competition in emerging markets.” Economics Letters, 72(2): 247-253 (DOI: 10.1016/S0165-1765(01)00425-6)

Nolan, P. and Yeung, G. (2001) “Large firms and catch-up in a transitional economy: the case of Shougang Group in China.” Economics of Planning, 34(1-2): 159-178

Nillesen, P.H.L. and Pollitt, M. (2001) “Becoming a best-practice company: the FPL story revisited.” The Electricity Journal, 14(9): 96-101

Nillesen, P., Pollitt, M. and Keats, K. (2001) “Identifying and quantifying the gains from M&A.” Energy and Power Risk Management, 6(2): 42-45

Reiner, D.M. (2001) “Climate impasse: how the Hague negotiations failed.” Environment, 43(2): 36-43

Vyakarnam, S. and Adams, R. (2001) “Institutional barriers to enterprise support: an empirical study.” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 19(3): 335-353 (DOI: 10.1068/c0027)

Barrett, M. (2001) “Expert commentaries: the urge to merge.” European Management Journal, 19(4): 438-442

De Meyer, A. (2001) “Technology transfer into China: preparing for a new era.” European Management Journal, 19(2): 140-144 (DOI: 10.1016/S0263-2373(00)00088-8)

Walsham, G. (2001) “Knowledge management: the benefits and limitations of computer systems.” European Management Journal, 19(6): 599-608 (DOI: 10.1016/S0263-2373(01)00085-8)

Domah, P. and Pollitt, M.G. (2001) “Restructuring and privatisation of electricity distribution and supply businesses in England and Wales: a social cost-benefit analysis.” Fiscal Studies, 22(1): 107-146 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-5890.2001.tb00036.x)

Pitelis, C. (2001) “Resource-based theory of the transnational corporation: conceptual and empirical issues.” Global Business & Economics Review, 3(1): 20-43

Roberts, J. (2001) “Trust and control in Anglo-American systems of corporate governance: the individualizing and socializing effects of processes of accountability.” Human Relations, 54(12): 1547-1572

Hayes, N. and Walsham, G. (2001) “Participation in groupware-mediated communities of practice: a socio-economic analysis of knowledge working.” Information and Organization, 11(4): 263-288

Barrett, M., Sahay, S. and Walsham, G. (2001) “Information technology and social transformation: GIS for forestry management in India.” The Information Society, 17(1): 5-20 (DOI: 10.1080/019722401750067397)

Hope, C. and Palmer, R. (2001) “Assessing water quality improvement schemes: the multi-attribute technique of the UK’s environment agency.” Integrated Assessment, 2(4): 219-224

Jacoby, H.D. and Reiner, D.M. (2001) “Getting climate policy on track after the Hague.” International Affairs, 77(2): 297-312 (DOI: 10.1111/1468-2346.00193)

Warner, M. (2001) “The new Chinese worker and the challenge of globalization: an overview.” International Journal of Human Resource Management, 12(1): 134-141 (DOI: 10.1080/09585190121826)

Bicheno, J., Holweg, M. and Niessmann, J. (2001) “Constraint batch sizing in a lean environment.” International Journal of Production Economics, 73(1): 41-49 (DOI: 10.1016/S0925-5273(01)00091-3)

Littlechild, S. (2001) “Competition and regulation in the U.K. electricity industry (with a brief look at California).” Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 13(4): 21-38 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1745-6622.2001.tb00424.x)

Kattuman, P. and Redmond, G. (2001) “Income inequality in early transition: the case of Hungary 1987-1996.” Journal of Comparative Economics, 29(1): 40-65 (DOI: 10.1006/jcec.2000.1701)

Stiles, P. (2001) “The impact of the board on strategy: an empirical examination.” Journal of Management Studies, 38(5): 627-650 (DOI: 10.1111/1467-6486.00252)

Argitis, G. and Pitelis, C. (2001) “Monetary policy and the distribution of income: evidence for the United States and the United Kingdom.” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 23(4): 617-638

Holweg, M., Judge, B. and Williams, G. (2001) “The 3daycar challenge: cars to customer order.” Logistics and Transport Focus, 3(9): 36-44

Stiles, P. (2001) “Ethics and governance.” Management Quarterly, 12: 8-13

Scholtes, S. and Stöhr, M. (2001) “How stringent is the linear independence assumption for mathematical programs with complementarity constraints?” Mathematics of Operations Research, 26(4): 851-863 (DOI: 10.1287/moor.26.4.851.10007)

Holweg, M. and Pil, F.K. (2001) “Successful build-to-order strategies start with the customer.” MIT Sloan Management Review, 43(1): 74-83

Littlechild, S. (2001) “Retail competition – the benefits must not be underestimated.” Power UK, 89: 17-25

Runde, J. (2001) “Bringing social structure back into economics: on critical realism and Hayek’s Scientism essay.” The Review of Austrian Economics, 14(1): 5-24

Runde, J. (2001) “On Stephen Parsons’ philosophical critique of transcendental realism.” Review of Political Economy, 13(1): 101-114

Scholtes, S. (2001) “Convergence properties of a regularization scheme for mathematical programs with complementarity constraints.” SIAM Journal on Optimization, 11(4): 918-936 (DOI: 10.1137/S1052623499361233)

Jamasb, T. and Pollitt, M. (2001) “Benchmarking and regulation: international electricity experience.” Utilities Policy, 9(3.): 107-130 (DOI: 10.1016/S0957-1787(01)00010-8)

Nillesen, P.H.L. and Pollitt, M.G. (2001) “Wie wird man Klassenprimus im Strommarkt?” Wirtschaftswelt Energie, 11: 16-19

Barker, R.G. (2001) Determining value: valuation models and financial statements. Harlow, London: Prentice Hall.

Nolan, P. (2001) China and the global business revolution. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 1st edition.

Nolan, P. (2001) China and the global economy: national champions, industrial policy and the big business revolution. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Stiles, P. and Taylor, B. (2001) Boards at work: how directors view their roles and responsiblities. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Walsham, G. (2001) Making a world of difference: IT in a global context. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.

Miemczyk, J. and Holweg, M. (2001) “‘Build-to-order’: rethinking the automotive supply chain.” In ECG (eds.): 2001-2002 survey on vehicle logistics. Brussels, Belgium: European Car-Transport Group of Interest [ECG].

Medova, E.A. (2001) “Operational risk capital allocation and integration of risks.” In Risk Books (eds.): Advances in operational risk: firm-wide issues for financial institutions. London: Risk Books, pp.115-127

Ernst, A.T., Jiang, H., Krishnamoorthy, M., Nott, H. and Sier, D. (2001) “Rail crew scheduling and rostering: optimization algorithms.” In Voss, S. and Daduna, J.R. (eds.): Computer-aided scheduling of public transport, lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer Verlag, pp.53-72

Learmount, S. (2001) “International institutional investors and UK corporate governance [translated into Japanese].” In Corporate Governance Forum of Japan (eds.): Corporate governance: reform of UK companies. Tokyo, Japan: Commercial Law Centre, pp.176-193

Stiles, P. (2001) “The board’s role in strategy [translated into Japanese].” In Corporate Governance Forum of Japan (eds.): Corporate governance: reform of UK companies. Tokyo: Commercial Law Centre, pp.156-175

Runde, J. (2001) “Chances and choices: notes on probability and belief in economic theory.” In Mäki, U. (ed.): The economic world view: studies in the ontology of economics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.132-153

Taylor, B., Stiles, P. and Tampoe, M. (2001) “The future for the board.” In Pierce, C. (ed.): The effective director: the essential guide to director and board development. London: Kogan Page, pp.173-181

Holweg, M. (2001) “Dynamic distortions in supply chains – a cause and effect analysis.” In Taylor, D.H. and Brunt, D.C. (eds.): Manufacturing operations and supply chain management – the lean approach. London: Thomson, pp.106-139

Holweg, M. and Jones, D. (2001) “The challenge: building cars to order – can current automotive supply systems cope?” In Taylor, D.L. and Brunt, D.C. (eds.): Manufacturing operations and supply chain management – the lean approach. London: Thomson, pp.362-372

Druilhe, C. and Garnsey, E. (2001) “Academic spin-off ventures: a resource-opportunity approach.” In During, W., Kauser, S.and Oakey, R.: New technology-based firms in the new millennium. Oxford: Pergamon.

Dargie, C. and Dawson, S. (2001) “Policy futures for UK health: examining the future health work force.” In Ashburner, L. (ed.): Organisational behaviour and organisation studies in health care: reflections on the future. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp.43-63

Nuttall, W.J. (2001) “Physics higher education models.” In Institute of Physics (ed.): Phsyics building a flourishing future: report of the inquiry into undergraduate phsyics. London: Institute of Physics, pp.44-47

Collier, J. (2001) “Business ethics.” In Michie, J. (ed.): Reader’s guide to the social sciences: vol.1. London: Fitzroy Dearborn, pp.142-143

Eatwell, J. (2001) “New issues in international financial regulation.” In Ferran, E. and Goodhart, C.A.E. (eds.): Regulating financial services and markets in the 21st century. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp.235-254

Alexander, K. (2001) “Need for efficient international financial regulation and the role of a global supervisor.” Regulations financial services and markets in the 21st century. Oxford and Portland, OR: Hart Publishing, pp.273-295

Higson, C., Holly, S., Kattuman, P. and Platis, S. (2001) “The business cycle, macroeconomic shocks and the cross section: the growth of UK quoted companies.” Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, No.2001/14. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Jamasb, T. and Pollitt, M. (2001) “Benchmarking and regulation of electricity transmission and distribution utilities: lessons from international experience.” Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, No.0101. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Kattuman, P., Green, R.J. and Bialek, J.W. (2001) “A tracing method for pricing inter-area electricity trades.” Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, No.2001/7. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Pollitt, M. and Smith, A.S.J. (2001) “The restructuring and privatisation of British Rail: was it really that bad?” Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, No.2001/18. Cambridge: University of Cambridge. (DOI: NOT WORKING 10.1111/j.1475-5890.2002.tb00068.x)

Hugo, O.A. and Garnsey, E.W. (2001) “Investigating the growth paths of young technology-based firms: a process approach.” Centre for Technology Management, Institute of Manufacturing, No.2001/01. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Lóránth, G. and Sciubba, E. (2001) “Bank size, risk and competition.” Ente Luigi Einaudi for Monetary, Banking and Financial Studies, Termi di Ricerca, No.21. Rome: Ente Luigi Einaudi for Monetary, Banking and Financial Studies.

Cook, J., Deakin, S. and Hughes, A. (2001) “Mutuality and corporate governance: the evolution of UK building societies following deregulation.” ESRC Centre for Business Research Working Papers, No.205. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Cosh, A. and Guest, P. (2001) “The long-run performance of hostile takeovers: U.K. evidence.” ESRC Centre for Business Research Working Papers, No.215. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Cosh, A., Hughes, A. and Guest, P. (2001) “Managerial discretion and takeover performance.” ESRC Centre for Business Research Working Papers, No.216. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Jones, I.W. and Pollitt, M. (2001) “Who influences debates in business ethics? An investigation into the development of corporate governance in the UK since 1990.” ESRC Centre for Business Research Working Papers, No.221. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Jones, I.W., Nyland, C. and Pollitt, M. (2001) “How do multinationals build social capital? Evidence from South Africa.” ESRC Centre for Business Research Working Papers, No.220. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Chatterjee, R. and Kuenzi, A. (2001) “Mergers and acquisitions: the influence of methods of payment on bidder’s share price.” Judge Institute of Management Working Papers, No.06/2001. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Dissanaike, G., Lambrecht, B. and Saragga, S. (2001) “Differentiating debt target from non-target firms: an empirical study on corporate capital structure.” Judge Institute of Management Working Papers, No.18/2001. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Hope, C. (2001) “The climate change benefits of reducing methane emissions.” Judge Institute of Management Working Papers, No.13/2001. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Lee, G. and Warner, M. (2001) “Convergence revisited: labour-markets in ‘communist’ China and ‘capitalist’ Hong Kong.” Judge Institute of Management Working Papers, No.19/2001. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Littlechild, S.C. (2001) “Competitive bidding for a long-term electricity distribution contract.” Judge Institute of Management Working Papers, No.07/2001. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Medova, E.A. (2001) “Operational risk capital allocation and integration of risks.” Judge Institute of Management Working Papers, No.10/2001. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Morimoto, R. and Hope, C. (2001) “An extended CBA model of hydro projects in Sri Lanka.” Judge Institute of Management Working Papers, No.15/2001. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Morimoto, R. and Hope, C. (2001) “The impact of electricity supply on economic growth in Sri Lanka.” Judge Institute of Management Working Papers, No.24/2001. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Walsham, G. (2001) “Globalization and ICTs: working across cultures.” Judge Institute of Management Working Papers, No.08/2001. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Warner, M. (2001) “Globalization, labour-markets and human resources in Asia-Pacific economies: an overview.” Judge Institute of Management Working Papers, No.12/2001. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Yan, D. and Warner, M. (2001) “‘Sino-foreign joint ventures’ versus ‘wholly foreign owned enterprises’ in the People’s Republic of China.” Judge Institute of Management Working Papers, No.11/2001. Cambridge: University of Cambridge.

Dungey, M. and Zhumabekova, D. (2001) “Testing for contagion using correlations: some words of caution.” Pacific Basin Working Paper Series, No.PB01-09. San Francisco, CA: Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

Barker, R.G. (2001) Institutional investors, accounting information and the ASB. Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.

Cook, J., Deakin, S. and Hughes, A. (2001) Governance of mutuality: building societies, property rights and corporate governance: report prepared for the Building Societies Association and the Norwich & Peterborough Building Society. Cambridge: ESRC Centre for Business Research.

Cosh, A., Cox, M. and Hughes, A. (eds.) (2001) Evaluation of the golden key package component of the Small Business Initiative. London: British Bankers Association Enterprises Ltd.

Holweg, M., Miemczk, J. and Williams, G. (2001) The 3daycar logistics study: how to organise automotive logistics in a build-to-order environment. Cardiff: Lean Enterprise Research Centre, Cardiff Business School.

Iles, V. and Sutherland, K. (2001) Organisational change: a review for health care managers, professionals and researchers. London: NCCSDO.

Hughes, A., Spires, R. and Cox, M. (2001) “Evaluation of SMART (including SPUR): final report and appendices.” DTI Evaluation Report Series, No. 3. Sheffield: Small Business Service.

Barker, R. (2001) Accounting for stock compensation: valuation effects and cross-border financial statement analysis: solutions [ECCH case #101-022-4].

Barker, R.G. (2001) Accounting for stock compensation: valuation effects and cross-border financial statement analysis: part two [ECCH case #101-022-1].

Barker, R.G. (2001) Accounting for stock compensation: valuation effects and cross-border financial statement analysis: part one [ECCH case #101-021-1].

Zhang, J. (2001) PetroChina: ECCH case #302-003-1.

Ganesh, A., Laevens, K. and Steinberg, R. (2001) “Congestion pricing and user adaptation.” In IEEE (eds.): Proceedings of the IEEE Infocom 2001, the Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications Societies, 22-26 April 2001, Anchorage, Alaska. pp.959-965 (DOI: 10.1109/INFCOM.2001.916288)