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Researcher: Macklin, RB (Dr Rob Macklin)

Fields of Research

Business Ethics
Human Resources Management
Innovation and Technology Management
Organisation and Management Theory
Sociological Methodology and Research Methods
Professional Ethics (incl. police and research ethics)
Entrepreneurship
Business Information Systems
Economics, Business and Management Curriculum and Pedagogy
Higher Education
Public Health and Health Services
Organisational Behaviour
Technical, Further and Workplace Education

Research Objectives

Management
Business Ethics
Professions and Professionalisation
Social Ethics
Public Sector Productivity
Workplace Safety
Work and Institutional Development
Technological Ethics
Syllabus and Curriculum Development
Application Software Packages (excl. Computer Games)
Communication
Workforce Transition and Employment
Health

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A live case study approach to management education; ANZAM: Managing on the Edge
A whole of curriculum approach to teaching business ethics; Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics
Advancing qualitative research using qualitative data analysis software (QDAS)? Reviewing potential versus practice in published studies using ATLAS.ti and NVivo, 1994-2013; Social Science Computer Review
An integrated model of justice and ethical climates and the influence of cultural diversity; Management and Organization Review
Dynamic Justice and organisational change; The Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics
Embedding Ethics: Dialogic Partnerships and Communitarian Business Ethics; Journal of Business Ethics
Moral judgement and practical reasoning in professional practice; Understanding and Researching Professional Practice
Moral judgement in management: The role of phronesis and aporia; Engagement & Change: Exploring Management, Economics & Financial Implications of a Globalising Environment
Phronesis, Aporia and Qualitative Research; Phronesis as Professional Knowledge: Practical Wisdom in The Professions
Process Ethics and Business: Applying Process Thought to Enact Critiques of Mind/Body Dualism in Organizations; Process Studies
Professional identity development: a review of the higher education literature; Studies in Higher Education
Regional economic development: The role of regional government in the development of internationally competitive industry clusters; Palmer-Higgs
Researcher reflexivity: exploring the impacts of CAQDAS use; International Journal of Social Research Methodology
Researching in the face of the other: Doing decent research; Research Practice: A Discourse on Qualitative Methodologies
Rethinking Ethical Leadership Using Process Metaphysics; Radical Thoughts on Ethical Leadership
The discourse of QDAS: reporting practices of ATLAS.ti and NVivo users with implications for best practices; International Journal of Social Research Methodology
The moral autonomy of human resource managers; Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources
The morally decent HR manager; Human Resource Management: Ethics and Employment
Ties That Define: A Communitarian Theory of Ethics in Organizations; 2014 Academy of Management Annual Meeting
Using lenses and layers; Research Practice: A Discourse on Qualitative Methodologies

Research Projects

Influences on the Professional Identity and Practices of Junior Doctors; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Managing workplace mental health: Translating research into practice through capability and policy development

Research Candidate Supervision

A Core-Periphery Model of Voluntary CSR Disclosure in Corporate Comminications- A Comparative Study of Multinational Finance Corporations
CEO Leadership Style, Emotional Intelligence and Ethics- The Impact on Subordinate Manager Work Habits and Organisational Performance
The Transfer, from Australian Universities to the Workplace, of Graduate Attributes/Skills/Outcomes
To What Extent can Incorporating Spirituality in Professional Development Programs, within Educational Institutions, Improve the Lived Experience and Performance of Employees?