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Craighill, Stephanie (2015) ‘Imperialistic abroad and xenophobic at home’. How does the UK publishing industry plead to these charges? Guilty or not guilty? Journal of European Popular Culture, 6 (1). pp. 5-18. ISSN 2040 6134
Mohammed, Nadia (2011) Future of Interactive technologies. PhD thesis, Edinburgh Napier Universtiy.
Cabras, Ignazio (2010) Agglomeration of Contact Centres in Regional Economies. Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany. ISBN 9783838390444
Cabras, Ignazio (2009) Agglomeration of services at regional level: the case of call centres in Northern England. In: Proceedings of the 1st PhD Conference in Economics in memeory of Vassilis Patzatzis, Athens. UAD PhilEcon, pp. 108-129.
Peck, Frank and Cabras, Ignazio (2009) Off-shoring in the contact centre industry and employment in the North West of England. The Service Industries Journal, 29 (1-2). pp. 173-184. ISSN 0264-2069
Cabras, Ignazio (2008) Survival strategies of services versus agglomeration at regional level: the case of call centres in the North-West of England. In: 1st PhD Conference in Economics in memory of Vassilis Patzatzis, 16 May 2008, University of Athens, Greece.
Beira, Eduardo, Peck, Frank and Cabras, Ignazio (2007) ICT and contact centre development in two contrasting peripheral areas: the role and significance of the public sector. In: Regional Studies Association International Conference-Region in focus?, 2-5 April 2007, Lisbon, Portugal.
Cabras, Ignazio (2006) Competitive processes and the labour market in the contact centre industry in the North West. In: Lancashire Business School Research Symposium, 22 June 2006, University of Central Lancashire, Preston.
Peck, Frank and Cabras, Ignazio (2006) Contact centres in the peripheral areas: experience from the NW of England. In: Peripheral Regions, Development and Contact Centres. Camara Municipal de Braqanca, pp. 11-22. ISBN 978-989-95350-2-2
Peck, Frank and Cabras, Ignazio (2006) Service-based growth in old industrial regions: regional policy and contact centre activities in the North West Region of England. In: Regional Studies Association International Conference-Shaping Eu Regional Policy: Economic Social and Political Pressures, 8-9 June 2006, Leuven, Belgium.
Hall, Peter, Breheny, M, McQuaid, Ronald W and Hart, D (1987) Western Sunrise-the genesis and growth of Britain's major high-tech corridor. Allen & Unwin. ISBN 978-0043381427