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Negotiating gender in the male-dominated skilled trades: A systematic literature review
D Bridges, E Wulff, L Bamberry, B Krivokapic-Skoko, S Jenkins
Construction management and economics 38 (10), 894-916, 2020
982020
The meaning, importance and practice of the co-operative principles: Qualitative evidence from the Australian co-operative sector
E Oczkowski, B Krivokapic-Skoko, K Plummer
Journal of co-operative Organization and Management 1 (2), 54-63, 2013
892013
Indigenous culture and entrepreneurship in small businesses in Australia
J Collins, M Morrison, PK Basu, B Krivokapic-Skoko
Small Enterprise Research 24 (1), 36-48, 2017
592017
Beyond the qualitative–quantitative distinction: Some innovative methods for business and management research
B Krivokapic-Skoko, G O’neill
International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches 5 (3), 290-300, 2011
552011
Mining operations and corporate social responsibility: A case study of a large gold mine in regional Australia
PK Basu, J Hicks, B Krivokapic-Skoko, C Sherley
The extractive industries and society 2 (3), 531-539, 2015
532015
The ethnic landscape of rural Australia: Non-Anglo-Celtic immigrant communities and the built environment
K Jordan, B Krivokapic-Skoko, J Collins
Journal of Rural Studies 25 (4), 376-385, 2009
532009
The concept and classifications of agricultural co-operatives
B Krivokapic-Skoko
Australian Centre for Co-Operative Research and Development, 2002
452002
Looking for rural idyll ‘down under’: international immigrants in rural Australia
B Krivokapic‐Skoko, J Collins
International Migration 54 (1), 167-179, 2016
442016
The influence of a mindfulness-based intervention on job satisfaction and work-related stress and anxiety
N Wongtongkam, B Krivokapic-Skoko, R Duncan, M Bellio
International Journal of Mental Health Promotion 19 (3), 134-143, 2017
412017
Rural cosmopolitism in Australia
B Krivokapic-Skoko, C Reid, J Collins
Journal of Rural Studies 64, 153-163, 2018
372018
University academics' psychological contracts in Australia and New Zealand
R Tipples, B Krivokapic-Skoko, G O'Neill
New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 32 (2), 33-52, 2007
372007
University Academics' Psychological Contracts in Australia: A Mixed Method Research Approach
B Krivokapic-Skoko, G O'Neill
Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods 6 (1), 61-72, 2008
322008
Agricultural mechanization and reduced tillage: antagonism or synergy?
M Jaleta, F Baudron, B Krivokapic-Skoko, O Erenstein
International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 17 (3), 219-230, 2019
312019
Assessing the contents of the psychological contracts: A cross-sectional survey of the academics at an Australian university
B Krivokapic-Skoko, G O'Neill, D Dowell
New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 34 (2), 4-28, 2009
292009
Determining the factors influencing the success of private and community-owned indigenous businesses across remote, regional and urban Australia
M Morrison, J Collins, P Basu, B Krivokapic-Skoko
Charles Sturt University, 2014
282014
“A trade of one's own”: The role of social and cultural capital in the success of women in male‐dominated occupations
D Bridges, L Bamberry, E Wulff, B Krivokapic‐Skoko
Gender, Work & Organization 29 (2), 371-387, 2022
272022
ict Adoption Policy of Australian and Croatian smes
H Skoko, B Krivokapic-Skoko, M Skare, A Ceric
Managing Global Transitions 4 (1), 25, 2006
252006
New immigrants improving productivity in Australian agriculture
J Collins, B Krivokapic-Skoko, D Monani
Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, 2016
242016
Does academic work make Australian academics happy?
R Duncan, K Tilbrook, B Krivokapic-Skoko
TheAustralian Universities' Review 57 (1), 5-12, 2015
242015
Unpacking informal contractual relationships: Psychological contracts established by Australian business academics
G O'Neill, B Krivokapic-Skoko, D Dowell
Irish Journal of Management 29 (2), 5-33, 2010
242010
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