Journal Articles

This list does not include unpublished conference papers, book reviews, newspaper articles or broadcast material.

‘The Northumberland village labourer’, Northumberland Local History Quarterly, 22, 1972, pp.14-16.

‘Northumberland during the Napoleonic Wars’, Northumberland Local History Society Journal, 24, 1974, pp.20-1.

‘The progress of the early threshing machine’, Agricultural History Review, 23, 1, 1975, pp.63-77.

‘The role of George Culley of Fenton in the development of Northumberland agriculture’, Archaeologia Aeliana, 3, 1975, pp.131-41.

‘The diary of an agricultural apprentice in Northumberland, 1842′, Local Historian, 12, 3/4, 1976, pp.139-45.

‘John Raistrick, civil engineer of Morpeth’, Durham University Journal, 64, 1, 1976, pp.67-75.

‘The lease in agricultural improvement’, Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, 137, 1976, pp.19-26.

‘The transistor and attitude to change’ (with E. Braun), American Journal of Physics, 45, 11, 1977, pp.1061-5.

‘The invention barrier’ (with E. Braun), National Electronics Review, 13, 6, 1977, pp.112-16.

‘Von der erfindung zur innovation – dargestellt am beispiel halbleiter – elektronik’ (with E. Braun), Elektrotechnische Zeitschrift – b, Part 1, ‘Die erfindung’, 29, 24, 1977, pp.779-81 and Part 2, ‘Die innovation’, 29, 26, 1977, pp.855-8.

‘Further progress with the early threshing machine: a rejoinder’, Agricultural History Review, 26, 1, 1978, pp.29-32.

‘The threshing machine in Northumberland before 1850′, Tools and Tillage, 3, 3, 1978, pp.168-84.

‘Information and innovation in the electronics industry’, Economics Teacher, 9, 1, 1978, pp.13-18.

‘A note on unemployment among scientists and engineers in Queensland’, Economic Analysis and Policy, 8, 2, 1978, pp.62-73.

‘Immigration and Australia’s supply of professional scientists and engineers’, Australian Bulletin of Labour, 5, 2, 1979, pp.36-47.

‘Unemployment among qualified scientists and engineers in Australia’, Search, 10, 6, 1979, pp.224-7.’A matter of quality’, General Engineering Transactions, 3, 1979, pp.49-53

‘The need to succeed’, Journal of General Management, 4, 3, 1979, pp.74-83.

‘Diffusion of knowledge among Northumberland farmers, 1780-1815′, Agricultural History Review, 27, 1, 1979, pp.30-9.

‘Agricultural response to a changing market during the Napoleonic Wars’, Economic History Review, 33, 1, 1980, pp.59-71.

‘The fortune-teller’s new clothes: a critical appraisal of IMPACT’s technological change projections to 1990/91′ (with T. Mandeville and D. Lamberton), Search, 11, 1/2, 1980, pp.14-17.

‘The wisdom within the fairytale – towards a happy ending?’ (with T. Mandeville and D. Lamberton), Search, 11, 6, 1980, p.183.

‘Reflections on the technological change debate’ (with T. Mandeville), Australian Quarterly, 52, 2, 1980, pp.213-20.

‘Wordprocessors and employment’ (with T. Mandeville), Journal of Industrial Relations, 22, 2, 1980, pp.137-48.

‘Computers and employment in the Australian economy’ (with T. Mandeville), Economic Activity, 24, 1, 1981, pp.2-13.

‘Telecommunications in the Pacific region – impact of a new regime’ (with T. Mandeville and D. Lamberton), Telecommunications Policy, 5, 4, 1981, pp.243-50.

‘From science to technology – The case of semiconductors’ (with E. Braun and D. Collingridge), Bulletin of Science and Technology in Society, 1, 1981, pp.173-201.

‘Productivity and technological change. Towards an alternative to the Myers’ hypothesis’ (with D. Lamberton and T. Mandeville), Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, 9, 2, 1982, pp.23-30.

‘Tradition in transition. Technological change and employment in banking’ (with D. Lamberton), Work and People, 1982, pp.12-14.

‘The relevance of Silicon Valley to Australia’, Australian Electronic Engineering, 15, 3, 1982, pp.38-46.

‘Technique and technology in regional input-output’ (with R. Jensen), Annals of Regional Science, 16, 2, 1982, pp.27-45.

‘Technological change and employment in the insurance industry’ (with A. Brown), Economic Activity, 25, 4, 1982, pp.6-20.

‘The cost of merit in university research’ (with T. Mandeville), Australian Journal of Education, 36, 3, 1982, pp.41-53.

‘Who cares about the real costs of university research?’ (with T. Mandeville), Vestes, 25, 2, 1982, pp.42-50.

‘Faith, hope and disparity. An example of the public justification of public research’, Search , 13, 11/12, 1982-1983, pp.290-9.

‘The individual inventor in Australia’, Australian Director, 13, 1, 1983, pp.44-51.

‘Agricultural improvement and the neglected labourer’, Agricultural History Review, 31, 2, 1983, pp.81-90.

‘The patent system and the individual inventor’, European Intellectual Property Review, 5, 6, 1983, pp.154-9.

‘Faith, hope and disparity: an apologia to CSIRO’, Search, 14, 1/2, 1983, pp.39-41.

‘Tradition in transition. Technological change and employment in Australian trading banks’ (with D. Lamberton), Australian Computer Journal, 15, 4, 1983, pp.128-39.

‘High technology policy and the Silicon Valley model’, Prometheus, 1, 2, 1983, pp.330-49.

‘Caring for CSIRO’, Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, 10, 4, 1983, pp.39-42.

‘A discourse on the study of the innovative process’, LASIE Bulletin, 15, 2, 1984, pp.12-18.

‘The individual inventor in Australia’, The Inventors (Australia), 19, 2, 1984, pp.11-13.

‘The patent system and the individual inventor’, The Inventor (UK), 24, 1, 1984, pp.25-9.

‘Technological change and employment in the information economy: the example of Queensland’ (with T. Mandeville), Prometheus, 3, 1, 1985, pp.71-85.

‘U.S. export controls and the control of information’, Search, 16, 5-6, 1985, pp.128-9.

‘Information and technological change – a research programme in retrospect’ (with D. Lamberton and T. Mandeville), Greek Economic Review, 6, 3, 1984, pp.483-95.

‘The distinctive research of the individual inventor’, Research Policy, 15, 1986, pp.199-210.

‘Headhunting in high technology’, Technovation, 4, 1986, pp.233-45.

‘Controlling the flow of high technology information: a labour of Sisyphus?’, Minerva, 24, 1, 1986, pp.39-73.

‘Theoretically sound: Practically useless? Government grants for industrial R&D in Australia’, Research Policy, 15, 1986, pp.269-83.

‘British science parks: Reflections on the politics of high technology’, R&D Management, 17, 1, 1987, pp.25-37.

‘Is the U.S. guilty of technological imperialism?’, New Scientist, 9 April 1987, p.51.

‘U.S. export controls and high-tech information’, Transnational Data and Communications Report, 10, 9, 1987, pp.18-23.

‘Information and IT networks’ (with D. Kimbel), Transnational Data and Communications Report, 12, 10, 1989, pp.11-14.

‘Human qualities necessary for invention: independent inventors and the stimulus of adversity’, Prometheus, 7, 2, 1989, pp.333-48.

‘Control, chaos and dear old CoCom’, Leaders, 13, 2, 1990, pp.164-6.

‘Who controls our hi-tech exports?’ (with C. Williams), Australian Business, 21 February 1990, pp.46-8.

‘Export controls as a threat to the West’, New Scientist, 4 August 1990, p.16.

‘Formal collaboration and informal information flow’, International Journal of Technology Management, 7, 1-3, 1992, pp.49-60.

‘The informal information network in an age of advanced telecommunications’ (with C. Williams), Human Systems Management, 11, 2, 1992, pp.77-87.

‘Nothing either good or bad: industrial espionage and technology transfer’, International Journal of Technology Management, 8, 1-2, 1993, pp.95-105.

‘Beyond the boundary: an information perspective on the role of the gatekeeper in the organization’ (with C. Williams), Journal of Product Innovation Management, 10, 1993, pp.417-27.

‘The survival of the gatekeeper’ (with C. Williams), Research Policy, 23, 1994, pp.123-32.

‘Marketing public sector information: some issues’ (with T. Mandeville and D. Lamberton), Computer Law and Security Report, 10, 5, 1994, pp.234-7.

‘Is collaboration good for innovation?’, Industry and Higher Education, 8, 3, 1994, pp.141-6.

‘Culture and image in international strategy: engineering and metal-bashing’, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 7, 4, 1995, pp.355-69.

‘Learning to change: an information perspective on learning in the organization’, Organization Science, 6, 2, 1995, pp.557-68.

‘Too close for comfort?: implications for strategy and change arising from getting close to the customer’, California Management Review, 37, 4, 1995, pp.8-27. Also published as ‘Het risico van klantgerichtheid’, Holland Management Review, 45, 1995, pp.61-70.

‘Engineering or metal-bashing: changing the image’, Long Range Planning, 28, 6, 1995, pp.61-8.’Research and myth’, Nature and Resources, 31, 4, 1995, p.1.

‘Introduction: informal information flow’ and ‘Informal information flow and strategy in the international firm’ in Stuart Macdonald (ed.), Informal Information Flow, special issue of International Journal of Technology Management, 11, 1/2, 1996, pp.1-4, 219-32.

‘From efficiency to flexibility: the strategic use of information in the airline industry’ (with L. Monteiro), Strategic Information Systems, 5, 3, 1996, pp.169-88.

‘Industrial espionage and innovation’, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 21, 2, 1996, pp.209-14.

‘Patent information survey. Information for innovation: Survey of innovating and patenting small firms’ (with B. Lefang), Computer Law and Security Report, 13, 5, 1997, pp.344-8.

‘Innovation and the patent attorney’ (with B. Lefang), Prometheus, 15, 3, 1997, pp.329-43.

‘Innovation, diffusion and impact: the adoption of e-mail by SMEs’ (with J. Sillince, B. Lefang and B. Frost), Communications and Strategies, 28, 1997, pp.267-84.

‘Measuring innovation. The patent attorney as an indicator of innovation’ (with B. Lefang), Computer Law and Security Report, 14, 1, 1998, pp.8-13.

‘E-mail adoption, diffusion, use and impact within small firms: a survey of UK companies’ (with J. Sillince, B. Lefang and B. Frost), International Journal of Information Management, 18, 4, 1998, pp.231-42.

‘Keeping a healthy distance: Management research and managers’ (with M. Simpson), Clinician in Management, 7, 1998, pp.221-33.

‘Supping with a short spoon: Suppression inherent in research methodology’ (with B. Hellgren), Accountability in Research, 6, 1999, pp.227-43.

‘Measurement or management?: Revisiting the productivity paradox of information technology’ (with D. Kimbel and P. Anderson), Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung (Quarterly Journal of Economic Research), 69, 4, 2000, pp.601-617.

‘A dynamic view of technological acquisition’ (with A. James), International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management, 3, 1-2, 2001, pp.120-41.

‘Learning from management consultants: the lesson for management researchers’ (with M. Simpson), Prometheus, 19, 2, 2001, pp.117-33.

‘Technology transfer or innovation? Technology business incubators and science and technology parks in the Philippines’ (with R. Joseph), Science and Public Policy. 28, 5, 2001, pp.330-44. Re-published for electronic distribution by iDISC in Brasilia for the World Bank.‘Personal networks and IT innovation within the Esprit Programme: Some evidence from the UK’ (with D. Assimakopoulos), Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice, 5, 2003, pp.15-28.

‘Review essay’ of Ovum, Productivity and Organisational Transformation: Optimising Investment in ICT, Prometheus, 22, 1, 2004, pp.99-107.

‘When means become ends. Considering the impact of patent strategy on innovation’, Information Economics and Policy, 16, 1, 2004, pp.135-58. Also published in Portuguese as ‘Quando os meios se tornam os fins: Considerando o impacto da estrategia de patentes sobre a inovacao’ in C. Furnival and L. Costa (eds), Informacao e Conhecimento: Aproximando Areas de Saber, EDUFSCar, Sao Carlos, 2005, pp.119-60..Chinese science parks: a cautionary exploration’ (with Yunfeng Deng), International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, 1, 2004, pp.1-14.

‘Acknowledging the purpose of partnership’ (with T. Chrisp), Journal of Business Ethics, 59, 2005, pp.307-17.

‘Out of control: Personal networks in European collaboration’ (with Rebecca Piekkari), R&D Management, 35, 4, 2005, pp.441-53.

‘Loyalty or betrayal? Information for innovation in the organisation’, International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, 2, 1, 2006, pp.22-32.

‘Babes and sucklings: Management consultants and novice clients’, European Management Journal, 24, 6, 2006, pp.411-21.

‘In bed with a stranger: Finding partners for colaboration in Esprit’ (with R. Marschan-Piekkari and D. Assimakopoulos), Science and Public Policy, 28, 1, 2001, pp.68-78.

‘The IT productivity paradox revisited: Technological determinism masked by management method?’, International Journal of Information Technology and Management, 1, 1, 2002, pp.1-29.

‘A dual approach to understanding information networks’ (with D. Assimakopoulos), International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations, 1, 1, 2002, pp.1-16. Republished in International Journal of Technology Management, 25, 1-2, 2003, pp.96-112.

‘Bearing the burden: Small firms and the patent system’, Journal of Information, Law and Technology, 1, 2003.

‘The cost of control. Speculation on the impact of management consultants on creativity in the BBC’, Prometheus, 22, 1, 2004, pp.43-70.

‘Coping with failure: The manager, his consultant, his consultant’s method – and information technology’, Journal of Internation Business and Enterpreneurship, 2, 2, 2004, pp.54-63.

‘Ring a ring o’ roses: Quality Journals and gamesmanship in Management Studies’ (with J. Kam), Journal of Management Studies, 44, 4, 2007, pp.640-55.

‘Technology transfer or innovation? Technology business incubators and science and technology parks in the Philippines’ (with R. Joseph), Science and Public Policy. 28, 5, 2001, pp.330-44. Re-published for electronic distribution by iDISC in Brasilia for the World Bank.‘Personal networks and IT innovation within the Esprit Programme: Some evidence from the UK’ (with D. Assimakopoulos), Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice, 5, 2003, pp.15-28.

‘Review essay’ of Ovum, Productivity and Organisational Transformation: Optimising Investment in ICT, Prometheus, 22, 1, 2004, pp.99-107.

‘When means become ends. Considering the impact of patent strategy on innovation’, Information Economics and Policy, 16, 1, 2004, pp.135-58. Also published in Portuguese as ‘Quando os meios se tornam os fins: Considerando o impacto da estrategia de patentes sobre a inovacao’ in C. Furnival and L. Costa (eds), Informacao e Conhecimento: Aproximando Areas de Saber, EDUFSCar, Sao Carlos, 2005, pp.119-60.

‘Chinese science parks: a cautionary exploration’ (with Yunfeng Deng), International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, 1, 2004, pp.1-14.

‘In bed with a stranger: Finding partners for colaboration in Esprit’ (with R. Marschan-Piekkari and D. Assimakopoulos), Science and Public Policy, 28, 1, 2001, pp.68-78.

‘Acknowledging the purpose of partnership’ (with T. Chrisp), Journal of Business Ethics, 59, 2005, pp.307-17.

‘Out of control: Personal networks in European collaboration’ (with Rebecca Piekkari), R&D Management, 35, 4, 2005, pp.441-53.

‘Loyalty or betrayal? Information for innovation in the organisation’, International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, 2, 1, 2006, pp.22-32.

‘Babes and sucklings: Management consultants and novice clients’, European Management Journal, 24, 6, 2006, pp.411-21.

‘Technology transfer and IPR policy for SMEs in South-east Asia’ (with T. Turpin), Prometheus, 25, 4, 2007, pp.363-72.

‘Aardvark et al. … : Quality journals and gamesmanship in Management Studies’ (with J. Kam), Journal of Information Science, 33, 6, 2007, pp.702-17.

‘Personal networking, or the art of collaborative innovation’, Research Europe, 15 February 2007, pp.6, 8.

‘Education and training for innovation in SMEs: A tale of exploitation’ (with D. Assimakopoulos and P. Anderson), International Small Business Journal, 25, 1, 2007, pp.77-95. Also be published in Paolo Quattrone (ed.), European Universities in Transition: Issues, Models, and Cases, Elgar, Cheltenham, 2008, pp.239-57.

‘Intellectual property rights for SMEs in South-east Asia: Strategy and policy’ (with T. Turpin) International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, 5, 2, 2008, pp.233-46.

‘Quality journals and gamesmanship in Management Studies’ (with J. Kam), Management Research News, 31, 9, 2008.

‘Taxing times for academics’ (with L. Bryant), Tax Adviser, March 2009, pp.36-8.

‘Publishing in top journals – a never-ending fad’ (with J. Kam), Scandinavian Journal of Management, 25, 2, 2009, pp.221-4.

“Look girls, this is how you do it”: Exploring the dependence of managers on their consultants’ International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, 6, 1, 2010, pp.1-13.

‘Counting footnotes: citability in Management Studies’ (with J. Kam), Scandinavian Journal of Management, 26, 2, 2010, pp. 189-203.

‘Seducing the goose: a fresh perspective on university patenting’, IPR Bulletin (European Commission), 47, 2010, pp. 6-7.

‘Management consultants’ presentation recorded for Henry Stewart Talks, December 2009.

‘The skewed few: people and papers of quality in Management Studies’, Organization, 18, 4, 2011, pp. 467-76.

‘Seducing the goose. A review of patenting by UK universities’ Intellectual Property Quarterly, 4, 2011, pp. 323-44.