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Dr David Hastings

Lecturer

Department: Computer and Information Sciences

David Hastings

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Understanding the costs and challenges of the digital divide through UK council services, Harvey, M., Hastings, D., Chowdhury, G. 10 Dec 2021, In: Journal of Information Science
  • Home-based Businesses and the Factors Affecting their Collaborative Propensity, Hastings, D., Anwar, N. 15 Nov 2019, Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference 2019 , ISBE
  • An investigation of the factors affecting the collaborative propensity of home-based businesses: an outline of the initial study, Hastings, D., Anwar, N. 20 Mar 2018, 23rd UK Academy for Information Systems International Conference
  • Exploring The Collaborative Activities Of Home-Based Businesses In OECD Countries, Hastings, D., Anwar, N., Chowdhury, G. 20 Mar 2018, 23rd UK Academy for Information Systems International Conference

  • Information Science PhD December 17 2020
  • MSc June 30 2015


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