Griffith Research Online
Griffith Research Online (GRO) is a digital archive of research and scholarship from Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
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(Nature, 2017)Genetic evidence for anatomically modern humans (AMH) out of Africa before 75 thousand years ago (ka)1 and in island southeast Asia (ISEA) before 60 ka (93–61 ka)2 predates accepted archaeological records of occupation in ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Assessing climate change risks and prioritising adaptation options using a water ecosystem services-based approach (Water Ecosystem Services: A Global Perspective, 2015)Climate change poses a significant threat to the capacity of the world's freshwater ecosystems to provide critical water ecosystem services upon which both human and non-human systems rely (Bates et al. 2008). High degrees ...BOOK CHAPTER
(Journal of World Business, 2016)A recent and promising trend in international business and international management research has been to consider institutions not only as taken-for-granted constraints that need to be accommodated, but also the outcomes ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Frontiers in Environmental Science, 2016)Our past approach to water management is unlikely to meet growing human water needs in the face of accelerated change to our freshwater ecosystems, let alone address the consequences of continuing environmental decline. The ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Firm Bosses or Helpful Neighbours? The Ambiguity and Co-Construction of MNE Regional Management Mandates (Journal of Management Studies, 2017)As multinational enterprises (MNEs) increasingly disaggregate and disperse corporate headquarters (CHQ) activities, the allocation of regional management mandates (RMMs) to local operating subsidiaries is becoming more ...JOURNAL ARTICLE