Finding research output for Lincoln International Business School

Fresh on the heels of yesterday’s post about following the University of Lincoln’s Repository (@eprintslincoln) it may be worth checking out what’s included in the archive. I found that  it was easier to find items by searching University Structure and then scrolling down to find that the Lincoln Business School (1151) has the most uploads on the system, with the University of Lincoln amassing 13355 records in all, and an incredible 502 for this year so far (1112 for 2015). See below for a screenshot of how the Repository structure looks. Alternatively, there is a detailed advanced search facility on the home page and a useful Latest Additions to the Lincoln Repository option there too. For instance, Matthew Cragoe’s (2016) The Church of England and the enclosure of England’s Open Fields: a Northamptonshire case study. International Journal of Regional and Local History, 11 (1). pp. 17-30 was uploaded only yesterday.


Follow Lincoln Repository’s Twitter feed @eprintslincoln


The Twitter feed  of our Lincoln Repository is regularly updated with such interesting uploads it’s worth following @eprintslincoln. You can keep up to date with the University of Lincoln’s latest research such as Gary Bosworth et al’s (10th June upload) paper on Identifying social innovations in European local rural development initiatives which caught my eye and inspired this blog post; about how social innovations are tackling Europe-wide austerity in rural areas. If you’re interested in this paper, you’ll need to request a copy whereas Olaoye, Olanrewaju Akanbi’s (2015) Collaborative governance: The case of mass transportation in London and Lagos is available for download, a PhD thesis which, in part concludes, the central importance of  the dialogue between the Mayor of London @SadiqKhan and the Governor of Lagos State, @AkinwunmiAmbode in establishing sustainable mass transportation between the two mega cities.



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Lincoln’s research Repository

The University of Lincoln’s highly recommended Institutional Repository is our permanent deposit of research outputs which can be browsed or searched through this website or through searching the internet. Wherever possible, repository content is freely available for download and use according to our Copyright and Use Notice.  The Lincoln Business School holds some 885 articles (browse by University structure > College of Social Sciences > Lincoln Business School) whose impressive archive stretches back to 1989. Alternatively you can browse by year,  subject or creator (via an a-z of surnames).  For instance, Geeta Lakshmi currently has 7 articles with more in the pipeline, and Juliana Siwale has 8 articles in the Repository as members of the Business School.

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