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    • Succession planning in minority ethnic family enterprises 

      Seaman, Claire; Welsh, Rita; Bent, Richard (Inderscience Publishers, 2013)
      The paper presents interview findings derived from a sample of small Scottish businesses. Owners comments form case studies of succession planning and describe associated decision making processes of ownership, transfer ...
    • Over the hedge: hidden networks in knowledge transfer 

      Bent, Richard; Seaman, Claire; Welsh, Rita; Pretious, Mike (Inderscience, 2012-12)
      This paper develops the Edinburgh knowledge hedge (Bent et al., 2010) to introduce the largely hidden role formal and informal networks in the process of linking SMEs and business support agencies, presenting a model ...
    • Managers' perceptions of tacit knowledge in Edinburgh's Indian restaurants 

      Abdullah, Faurouk; Ingram, Arthur; Welsh, Rita (2009)
      Abstract: Purpose – This paper aims to explore tacit knowledge and managers’ supervision styles in a sample of Edinburgh's Indian restaurants. Design/methodology/approach – The paper reports a qualitative fieldwork of ...
    • Supporting dyslexic Scottish university hospitality students: positive actions for the future? 

      Ingram, Arthur; Pianu, Emily; Welsh, Rita (2007)
      Purpose - The purpose of the paper is to explore the issues of dyslexia and the management of learning support within two Scottish suppliers of premier HE hospitality education: Napier and QMU universities of Edinburgh. ...
    • The challenge to c-stores : Edinburgh South Asian responses 

      Welsh, Rita; Bent, Richard; Seaman, Claire; Ingram, Arthur (Emerald, 2003-03)
      While no two businesses are the same, examples from Edinburgh Pakistani community convenience store owners illustrate business survival strategies developed in response to increased environmental challenges presented by ...