Katerina Nicolopoulou
Katerina Nicolopoulou
Strathclyde Business School
Verified email at strath.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Social entrepreneurship and enterprise: International and innovation perspectives
E Chell, K Nicolopoulou, M Karataş-Özkan
Routledge 22 (6), 485-493, 2010
Expanding the boundaries of work—family research: A review and agenda for future research
MA Shaffer, JRW Joplin, YS Hsu
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 11 (2), 221-268, 2011
Gender diversity and board performance: Women's experiences and perspectives
NK Kakabadse, C Figueira, K Nicolopoulou, J Hong Yang, AP Kakabadse, ...
Human Resource Management 54 (2), 265-281, 2015
Gender and culture in family business: A ten-nation study
M Lerner, A Malach-Pines
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 11 (2), 113-131, 2011
Cultural differences in motivating global knowledge workers
K Nicolopoulou, M Karatas‐Ozkan, A Tatli, I Forstenlechner, F Lettice
Equal Opportunities International, 2007
Disconnecting knowledge from the knower: the knowledge worker as Icarus
J Adelstein
Equal Opportunities International 26 (8), 853-871, 2007
Social Entrepreneurship between Cross‐Currents: Toward a Framework for Theoretical Restructuring of the Field
K Nicolopoulou
Journal of Small Business Management 52 (4), 678-702, 2014
Towards a theoretical framework for knowledge transfer in the field of CSR and sustainability
D Bourne, G Inal, M Karataş‐Özkan, K Nicolopoulou
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 2011
Diversity learning, knowledge diversity and inclusion: Theory and practice as exemplified by corporate universities
M Andresen
Equal Opportunities International 26 (8), 743-760, 2007
Is Indian software workforce a case of uneven and combined development?
V Ilavarasan
Equal Opportunities International 26 (8), 802-822, 2007
An incubation perspective on social innovation: the London Hub–a social incubator
K Nicolopoulou, M Karataş‐Özkan, C Vas, M Nouman
R&D Management 47 (3), 368-384, 2017
The spirit of family business: A comparative analysis of Anglo, Germanic and Nordic nations
V Gupta, NM Levenburg, L Moore, J Motwani, T Schwarz
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 11 (2), 133-151, 2011
Women in Turkish family businesses: Drivers, contributions and challenges
M Karataş-Özkan, A Erdoğan, K Nicolopoulou
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 11 (2), 203-219, 2011
Social entrepreneurship education: Policy, core themes and developmental competencies
E Chell, M Karatas-Ozkan, K Nicolopoulou
International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education 5, 282, 2007
How to address group dynamics in virtual worlds
K Nicolopoulou, M Koštomaj, A Campos
Ai & Society 20 (3), 351-371, 2006
Succession and authority: A case study of an African family business and a clan chief
G Osnes
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 11 (2), 185-201, 2011
Political support for women entrepreneurs: The EQUAL Community Initiative in Spain and Portugal
M Pardo-del-Val, D Ribeiro-Soriano
Equal Opportunities International 26 (8), 761-777, 2007
Towards a greater awareness and understanding of social entrepreneurship: developing an educational approach and a research agenda through a policy-driven perspective
E Chell, M Karatas-Ozkan, K Nicolopoulou
Practising knowledge workers: perspectives of an artist and economist
K Nicolopoulou, M Karatas‐Ozkan, A Tatli
Equal Opportunities International, 2007
Exploring highly educated refugees’ potential as knowledge workers in contemporary Britain
M Psoinos
Equal Opportunities International 26 (8), 834-852, 2007
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