Chapters In Books

This list does not include unpublished conference papers, book reviews, newspaper articles or broadcast material.

‘Cause and consequence of change in semiconductor electronics’ in Institution of Engineers, Australia, Proceedings of Conference on Microprocessor Systems, National Conference Publication 78/13, 1978, pp.73-7.

‘Education of engineers in Britain’ in Institution of Engineers, Australia, Proceedings of Conference on Engineering Education, National Conference Publication 78/6, 1978, pp.17-22.

‘The role of the individual in agricultural change: the example of George Culley of Fenton’ in H. Fox and R. Butlin (eds), Change in the Countryside, Institute of British Geographers, London, 1979, pp.5-21.

‘Communications in the electronics industry’ in M. Davis (ed.), Directions for the Future: Communications, ANZAAS, Auckland, 1979, pp.46-50.

‘Telecommunications authorities and the electronics industry’ (with T. Mandeville) in Pacific Telecommunications Conference Proceedings, Honolulu, 1979, pp.4E1-8.

‘Personal communication in research and development’ in W. Callebaut et al.(eds), Theory of Knowledge and Science Policy, University of Ghent, Belgium, 1980, pp.255-71.

‘The word processor industry in Australia’ (with D. Lamberton, T. Mandeville and B. Hodge) in Report of the Committee of Inquiry into Technological Change in Australia, Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, 1980, vol.4, pp.37-54.

‘Productivity and technological change: towards an alternative hypothesis’ (with D. Lamberton and T. Mandeville) in Technology – The Management Challenge, Graduate Management Association/National Times, Sydney, 1980.

‘The model farm’ in G. Mingay (ed.), The Victorian Countryside, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1981, vol.1, pp.214-26.

‘The employment impact of technological change’ (with T. Mandeville) in Economics and Commercial Teachers’ Association, Technological Change. The Work Ethic Under Challenge, Sydney, 1981, pp.58-70.

‘Patents in perspective’ in The Economic Implications of Patents in Australia, Patent Office, Canberra, 1981, pp.21-38.

‘Computers and employment in local government’ (with T. Mandeville) in Proceedings of the First National Local Government Engineering Conference, Institution of Engineers, Australia, 1981, pp.105-10

‘Technological change and the expert’ in W. Ward and M. Bryden (eds), Public Information. Your Right to Know, Royal Society of Queensland, Brisbane, 1981, pp.53-9.

‘Technological change and structural adjustment’ in K. Heys and B. Langworthy (eds), Readings in Economics, Volume 3, Economics and Commercial Teachers’ Association of NSW, Sydney, 1982, pp.62-9.

‘The lowdown on high technology industry in Australia’ in A. Birch (ed.), Science Research in Australia: Who Benefits?, Centre for Continuing Education, Canberra, 1983, pp.155-72.

‘Information technology and employment levels’ (with T. Mandeville) in S. Macdonald, D. Lamberton and T. Mandeville (eds), The Trouble with Technology, Frances Pinter, London, 1983, pp.169-77.

‘Technology beyond machines’ in S. Macdonald, D. Lamberton and T. Mandeville (eds), The Trouble with Technology, Frances Pinter, London, 1983, pp.23-36. Also published in E. Rhodes and D. Wield (eds), Manufacturing Innovation and the Implementation of New Technologies, Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1985, pp.41-9.

‘Agricultural improvement and the neglected labourer’ in H. Winkel and K. Herrmann (eds), The Development of Agricultural Technology in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Scripta Mercaturae Verlag, Ostfildern, 1984, pp.7-22.

‘The information revolution; a cautionary tale for school librarians’ in School Library Association of Queensland, School Library Automation, Proceedings of the National Conference of School Libraries, Brisbane, 1984, pp.1-7.

‘Australian research on the individual inventor’ in Proceedings of Joint WIPO/IFIA International Conference on the Situation of Inventors, WIPO, Geneva, May 1984.

‘U.S. export controls and the control of information’ in G. Russell Pipe and C. Brown (eds), International Information Economy Handbook, Transnational Data Reporting Service, Springfield, Virginia, 1985, pp.65-6.

‘The information sector’ in James Butler (ed.), Current Economic Issues 1985, Brisbane College of Advanced Education, Brisbane, 1985, pp.86-103.

‘Information and technological change – a research programme in retrospect’ (with D. Lamberton and T. Mandeville) in P.Hall (ed.), Technology, Innovation and Public Policy, Philip Allan, London, 1986, pp.231-43.

‘Reflections on the technological change debate’ (with T. Mandeville) in Community Research Action Centre, Readings on Technology and Change, Monash University, 1986, pp.14-20.

‘Innovation protection viewed from an information perspective’ (with T. Mandeville) in W. Kingston (ed.), Direct Protection of Innovation, Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, 1987, pp.157-70.

‘High technology industry in Australia: A matter of policy’ in M. Breheny and R. McQuaid (eds), The Development of High Technology Industries: an International Survey, Croom Helm, London, 1987, pp.223-61.

‘Towards higher high technology policy’ in J. Brotchie, P. Hall and P. Newton (eds), The Spatial Impact of Technological Change, Croom Helm, London, 1987, pp.357-74.

‘Out of control? U.S. export controls and technological information’ in J. Becker and T. Szecsk” (eds), Europe Speaks to Europe. International Information Flows between Eastern and Western Europe, Pergamon, London, 1989, pp.309-38.

‘The evaluation of the involvement of the United Kingdom in ESPRIT’ (with P. Hare, J. Laughlan and J. Barber) in L. Georghiou and E. Davis (eds), Evaluation of R&D – A Policymaker’s Perspective, Department of Trade and Industry, London, 1989, pp.100-106.

‘Independent inventors and the stimulus of adversity’ in Symposium on Creativity and the Promotion of Inventive Activities, WIPO, Geneva, 1989, pp.49-74.

‘Business as usual in the 1990s? The implications for industry’ in G. Bertsch, H. Vogel and J. Zielonka (eds), After the Revolutions. East-West Trade and Technology Transfer in the 1990s, Westview Press, Boulder, 1991, pp.141-68.

‘The learning process behind the European activities of large UK and Swedish firms’ (with Peter Gustavsson, Andrew Pettigrew, and Leif Melin) in H. Vestergaard (ed.), An Enlarged Europe in the Global Economy, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, 1991, vol.1, pp.1-30.

‘The survival of the gatekeeper’ (with C. Williams) in European Institute of Advanced Studies in Management, Proceedings of the International Product Development Management Conference on New Approaches to Development and Engineering, Brussels, 1992, pp.349-64.

‘Information networks and the exchange of information’ in C. Antonelli (ed.), The Economics of Information Networks, North Holland, Amsterdam, 1992, pp.51-69.

‘Networks without knowledge. Comment on Enzo Rullani, ‘Networks and internationalization: managing complexity through knowledge” in L. Zan, S. Zambon and A. Pettigrew (eds) Perspectives on Strategic Change, Kluwer Academic, Boston, 1993, pp. 143-8.

‘Learning to glocalise’ (with P. Gustavsson and L. Melin) in P. Shrivastava, A. Huff and J. Dutton (eds), Advances in Strategic Management, vol. 10, part A, JAI Press, Greenwich, Conn, 1994, pp.255-88.

‘Selling British culture in Europe’ in A. Sjogren and L. Janson (eds), Culture and Management in a Changing Europe, Institute of International Business, Stockholm, 1994, pp.79-100.

‘Controlling the flow of high technology information: a labour of Sisyphus?’ in D. Lamberton (ed.), The Economics of Communication and Information, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 1996, pp.307-43.

‘The contribution of patent information to innovation in manufacturing SMEs’ (with B. Lefang) in I. McCarthy and K. Ridgway (eds), Stimulating Manufacturing Excellence in Small and Medium Enterprises, Sheffield Academic Press, Sheffield, 1998, pp.109-14.

‘Information, strategic theory and the international firm’ in D. Lamberton (ed.), Communication and Trade: Essays in Honor of Meheroo Jussawalla, Hampton Press, New Jersey, 1998, pp.55-76.

‘Patents and policy in the innovation of SMEs: Building on Rothwell’ (with B. Lefang) in R. Oakey and W. During (eds), New Technology-Based Firms in the 1990s, Volume 5, Paul Chapman, London, 1998, pp.185-208.

‘Notions of network: some implications for telecommunications of differences in perception’ in S. Macdonald and G. Madden (eds), Telecommunications and Socio-Economic Development, North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1998, pp.295-312.

‘The interview in management research. A cautionary tale for journalists’ in H. Tumber (ed.), Power, Professionals and Policy: Essays in Honour of Jeremy Tunstall, Routledge, London, 2000, pp.259-77.

‘Managing with method: Information for innovation’ in D. Lamberton (ed.), Managing the Global: Globalization, Employment and Quality of Life, I.B. Tauris, London, 2001, pp.209-21.

‘The interview in international business research: Problems we would rather not talk about’ (with Bo Hellgren) in Rebecca Piekkari and Catherine Welch (eds), Handbook of Qualitative Research for International Business, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2004, pp.264-81.

‘Inexperience and inefficiency in information transactions: Making the most of management consultants’ in David Rooney, Greg Hearn and Abraham Ninan (eds), The Knowledge Economy Handbook, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2005, pp.229-44.

‘Esprit: Europe’s response to US and Japanese domination in information technology’ (with D. Assimakopoulos and R. Marschan-Piekkari) in R. Coopey (ed.), Information Technology Policy. An International History, OUP, Oxford, 2004, pp.247-63.

‘Inexperience and Inefficiency in information transactions: making the most of management consultants’ in D. Rooney, G. Hearn and A. Ninan (eds), The Knowledge Economy Handbook, Elgar, Cheltenham, 2005, pp. 229 – 44.

‘Firm-based strategies for protecting innovations’ (with Sara McGaughey) in A. Jolly (ed.), The Innovation Handbook, Kogan Page, 2010, pp.294-9.