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Avci Salih Börteçine and İyigün İsmail

-Hill. Paulraj, A., Lado, A.A. and Chen, I. J. (2007), “Inter-organizational communication as a relational competency: Antecedents and performance outcomes in collaborative buyer-supplier relationships”, Journal of Operations Management , Vol. 26, pp. 45-64. Pintea, M. (2015), “The relationship between corporate governance and corporate social responsibility”, Review of Economic Studies & Research Virgil Madgearu , Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 91-108. Porter, M. and Kramer, M. (2006), “Strategy and society: the link between competitive advantage and corporate social

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Bisera Karanović, Gordana Nikolić and Goran Karanović

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Ayman Tobail, John Crowe and Amr Arisha

( Khalifa and Lam, 2002 ). Webbased learning is a step in the learning/teaching relationship, where students’ communication and interaction with their lecturers and teachers takes place with the use of computer science and network technologies. Web-based simulation A web-based learning field that has been growing steadily over the past number of years is that of web-based simulation ( Yingping and Madey, 2005 ): although first introduced by Fishwick (1996) , the concept is said to be as old as the web itself ( Reichenthal, 2002 ). Fishwick’s (1996) paper gave an

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Gabriel J. Costello

institution. In related work, Vanhaverbeke and Cloodt (2006) suggest that emerging forms of value networks must be examined at the level of different nested layers. These diverse layers span the spectrum from the individual to firms-organisations, through Dyads, onto interorganisational networks and, ultimately, reaching to national/regional innovation systems. In antecedent related research, von Hippel (2005) speaks about the democratisation of innovation, where users of products and services increasingly have the ability to innovate for themselves. This results in a

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Thomas Joseph McCabe and Sally Anne Sambrook

that nurses accommodate and resist managerialist discourses. Nurses have a strong professional identity and commitment yet increasing managerialism is eroding trust. Trust is beneficial to healthcare organisations, healthcare professionals and their patients. Good communication and openness positively influence the development of trust. Nurse ward managers play a pivotal role in translating contested managerialist discourse into nursing practice to sustain trust and effect professional patient care. We make two contributions to the literature on managerialism and

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Sean Valentine and Lynn Godkin

expectations, thus influencing their personal ethics ( James, 2000 ; Kaptein, 2009 ). A variety of programs can be used such as committees/task forces, ethics-based communication channels, reporting mechanisms/hotlines, ethics officers/employees, governance, and periodic ethics audits ( Ferrell et al., 2008; Kaptein, 2009 , 2011a; McAlister et al., 2005; Minkes et al., 1999; Trevino and Nelson, 2011; Weaver et al., 1999c; White and Lam, 2000 ). Much research shows that different ethics policies can encourage individual and organisational interest in and