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Prof Mike Martin

Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Mike Martin

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • New development: The emerging role of a 'learning partner' relationship in supporting public service reform, Hesselgreaves, H., French, M., Lowe, T., Hawkins, M., Wheatman, A., Martin, M., Wilson, R. 13 Apr 2021, In: Public Money and Management
  • COSMOS – The Co-creation Service Modelling System, Jamieson, D., Martin, M., Wilson, R. 29 Sep 2020
  • Data for outcome payments or information for care? A sociotechnical analysis of the management information system in the implementation of a social impact bond, Jamieson, D., Wilson, R., Martin, M., Lowe, T., Kimmitt, J., Gibbon, J., French, M. 2 Apr 2020, In: Public Money & Management
  • “I agree to being socially quantified”: A Socio-Technical Perspective on Digitally-Provided Consent, Jamieson, D., Wilson, R., Martin, M. 17 Apr 2020, Proceedings of the 32nd Eurasia Business and Economics Society, Cham, Springer
  • Is the GaaP wider than we think?: Applying a sociotechnical lens to Government-As-A-Platform, Jamieson, D., Wilson, R., Martin, M. 23 Sep 2020, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, New York, ACM
  • Stand Away from The Platform: The Negative Aspects of The Platform and the use of Data Trusts, Jamieson, D., Wilson, R., Martin, M. 18 Jun 2020, Data for Policy 2020
  • Information-sharing in health and social care: Lessons from a socio-technical initiative, Shah, T., Wilson, L., Booth, N., Butters, O., Mcdonald, J., Common, K., Martin, M., Minion, J., Burton, P., Murtagh, M. 4 Jul 2019, In: Public Money & Management
  • Just ticking the box: A social informatics model of the consequences of consent, Jamieson, D., Wilson, R., Martin, M. 31 Dec 2019, In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Electronic Business (ICEB)
  • Newcastle Living Lab, Martin, M., Jamieson, D., Wilson, R. 2 Sep 2019

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) October 01 2018


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