Naresh R. Pandit
Naresh R. Pandit
Professor of International Business, University of East Anglia
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The creation of theory: A recent application of the grounded theory method
NR Pandit
The qualitative report 2 (4), 1-15, 1996
Some recommendations for improved research on corporate turnaround
NR Pandit
M@ n@ gement, 31-56, 2000
The role of location in knowledge creation and diffusion: Evidence of centripetal and centrifugal forces in the City of London financial services agglomeration
GAS Cook, NR Pandit, JV Beaverstock, PJ Taylor, K Pain
Environment and Planning A 39 (6), 1325-1345, 2007
Stages in the turnaround process:: The Case of IBM UK
R Balgobin, N Pandit
European Management Journal 19 (3), 301-316, 2001
The dynamics of industrial clustering in British financial services
NR Pandit, GAS Cook, PGM Swann
Service Industries Journal 21 (4), 33-61, 2001
Financial services clustering and its significance for London
AJ Taylor, JV Beaverstock, G Cook, N Pandit, K Pain
Corporation of London, 2003
Organizational failure and turnaround: Lessons for public services from the for-profit sector
K Walshe, G Harvey, P Hyde, N Pandit
Public Money & Management 24 (4), 201-208, 2004
Success and failure in turnaround attempts. An analysis of SMEs within the Finnish Restructuring of Enterprises Act
N Collett, NR Pandit, J Saarikko
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 26 (1-2), 123-141, 2014
The benefits of industrial clustering: Insights from the British financial services industry at three locations
NR Pandit, G Cook
Journal of Financial Services Marketing 7, 230-245, 2003
A comparison of clustering dynamics in the British broadcasting and financial services industries
NR Pandit, GAS Cook, GMP Swann
International Journal of the Economics of Business 9 (2), 195-224, 2002
The dynamics of industrial clustering in British broadcasting
GAS Cook, NR Pandit, GMP Swann
Information Economics and Policy 13 (3), 351-375, 2001
SME insolvency, bankruptcy, and survival: an examination of retrenchment strategies
M Rico, NR Pandit, F Puig
Small Business Economics 57, 111-126, 2021
New technology-based firms in the new millennium
A Groen, G Cook, P Van Der Sijde
Emerald Group Publishing, 2015
MNE liability of foreignness versus local firm-specific advantages: The case of the Chinese management software industry
F Wan, P Williamson, NR Pandit
International Business Review 29 (1), 101623, 2020
Geographic clustering and outward foreign direct investment
GAS Cook, NR Pandit, H Lf, B Johansson
International Business Review 21 (6), 1112-1121, 2012
Virtual reality and innovation potential
T Watts, GM Swann, NR Pandit
Business Strategy Review 9 (3), 45-54, 1998
A resource-based analysis of bankruptcy law, SMEs and corporate recovery
GAS Cook, NR Pandit, D Milman
International Small Business Journal 30 (3), 275-293, 2012
Price discovery and trading after hours: new evidence from the world’s largest carbon exchange
G Ibikunle, A Gregoriou, NR Pandit
International Journal of the Economics of Business 20 (3), 421-445, 2013
Service industry clustering: A comparison of broadcasting in three city-regions
GAS Cook, NR Pandit
The Service Industries Journal 27 (4), 453-469, 2007
Towards a grounded theory of corporate turnaround: A case study approach
NR Pandit
The University of Manchester, 1995
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