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Jeff Hughes and Joe McDonagh

Qualitative approach: 0 Qualitative approach: 3 Qualitative approach: 2 Qualitative approach: 1 Qualitative approach: 2 Qualitative approach: 8 Mixed methods: 0 Mixed methods: 0 Mixed methods: 7 Mixed methods: 5 Mixed methods: 0 Mixed methods: 12 While a number of reviews of IS research at large ( Avison et al., 2008 ; Chen and Hirschheim, 2004 ; Hirschheim and Klein, 2012 ; Orlikowski and Baroudi, 1991 ; Palvia et al., 2007 ; Vessey et al., 2002 ; Williams et al., 2009 ) have produced varying results due to the specific

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Arthur Kearney, Denis Harrington and Felicity Kelliher

capabilities are deeply embedded learning structures in the social fabric of the firm enabling the firm to cope proactively with change ( Winter, 2003 ). Managerial capability comprises search mechanisms through which the manager seeks to optimise a firm’s resource endowments within a framework of bounded rationality ( Gavetti and Rivkin, 2007 ). Over time managers within an industry develop experientially based capabilities which enable them to focus attention on strategically important challenges maximising their own potential. In changing environments such as occurs in a

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Thomas Joseph McCabe and Sally Anne Sambrook

and institutional development. She also discusses the role of ‘distrust’ as useful in guarding against the abuse of power. Having reviewed the literature, the next section details our research methods. Method Research questions As health professionals internationally continue to face challenges, with increasing job demands within a resource-constrained context, the continued relevance of understanding factors influencing trust in key relationships within health service organisations is underlined. Given the importance of trust in an increasingly NPM

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Ashling Sheehan, Elaine Berkery and Maria Lichrou

radio; thus, many companies use direct marketing techniques or Internet sites to target women. A recent trend forming in Ireland is home shopping, where consumers can buy goods and services from home, e.g. Tesco provide this service in Ireland. Thus, this service may be helpful for working Irish females, as it saves time and money. Economic growth and the development of a consumer society Following a period of stagnation in the 1970s and 1980s, economic growth rates in Ireland improved dramatically in the 1990s and early 2000s ( Breathnach, 1998 ). Such

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Maureen Maloney and Alma McCarthy

more time and resources in pension decision-making and act as ‘sponsors’. A typical definition of a plan sponsor describes a designated party , usually a company or employer , that sets up a plan … for the benefit of the organization’s employees . The responsibilities of the plan sponsor include determining membership parameters , investment choices and , in some cases, providing contribution payments in the form of cash and/or stock ( Investopedia, 2014 ). In addition to compliance, these employers will search for an appropriate PRSA, work with the

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Jacqueline Byrne, Tomás Dwyer and Declan Doyle

al. (2006) identified cultural values as the basis for market-oriented behaviours. A broad range of values associated with a market orientation have been identified. Furthermore, the mix of values associated with a market orientation is likely to be unique and specific in a company ( Gebhardt et al., 2006 ; Harris, 1998 ; Harris, 2002a ; Homburg and Pflesser, 2000 ; Kasper, 2005 ). For example, Homburg and Pflesser (2000) identified 16 different value dimensions from a literature search; Gebhardt et al. (2006) found that the number and nature of the values