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Maher, Chi and Czarczyńska, Anna (2022) NGOs Collaboration Strategies during the Covid-19 Pandemic First Lockdown: Poland and the United Kingdom. International Journal of Business Research and Management, 13 (1). pp. 28-42.

Maher, Chi (2019) Public Policy and the Sustainability of Third Sector Social enterprises. International Journal of Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility (IJSECSR), 4 (1). pp. 42-56.

Maher, Chi (2016) Career anchors of social enterprise managers in the UK-an empirical analysis. Journal for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development, 9 (4). pp. 398-416.

Maher, Chi (2015) Social enterprise manager's career path preferences. International Journal of Globalisation and Small Business, 7 (1). p. 59.

Maher, Chi (2015) Students as Active Participants in Curriculum Design: Exploratory Implications for Career Path Choices. ReflectEd, St Mary's Journal of Education, 5. pp. 1-12.

Maher, Chi (2013) A Qualitative Case Study approach to understanding Third Sector Managers? Career Orientations. Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 3 (2). pp. 17-34.

Maher, Chi (2009) Managing Career Development in the Not for Profit Sector. Business Leadership Review, 6 (4).

Book Section

Maher, Chi (2022) Efficacy of Networking and Collaborations. In: Pego, Ana, (ed.) Handbook of Research on Digital Innovation and Networking in Post-COVID-19 Organizations. IGI Global, pp. 1-17

Maher, Chi (2020) Career Needs and Career Values: the Mediating Role of Organisational Culture. In: Nedelko, Zlatko and Brzozowsk, Maciej, (eds.) Recent Advances in the Roles of Cultural and Personal Values in Organizational Behavior. IGI Global, pp. 240-260

Maher, Chi (2019) Social Value and Public Services Procurement. In: Handbook of Research on Value Creation for Small and Micro Social Enterprises. Pennsylvania, IGI Global, pp. 293-310

Maher, Chi (2019) Public Services Procurement: Third Sector Social Enterprises Perspectives. In: Oyku Iyigun, N., (ed.) Creating Business Value and Competitive Advantage With Social Entrepreneurship. IGI Global, pp. 352-373

Maher, Chi (2017) Public Policy: Implications for Small Third Sector Social Enterprises in UK Regions. In: Carvalho, Luisa Cagica, (ed.) Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurial Ecosystems and Social Dynamics in a Globalized World. Advances in business strategy and competitive advantage book series . Hershey, PA, IGI Gobal, pp. 127-146

Maher, Chi (2017) Investigating Factors Influencing Third Sector Social Enterprise Managers? Career Orientations: A Conceptual Framework. In: West, Lindy Lou and Worthington, Andrew, (eds.) Handbook of Research on Emerging Business Models and Managerial Strategies in the Nonprofit Sector. IGI Global

Maher, Chi (2017) Understanding the Impact of Organisational Culture on Managers' Internal Career Needs. In: Nedelko, Zlatko and Brzozowski, Maciej, (eds.) Exploring the Influence of Personal Values and Cultures in the Workplace. Advances in Human Resources Management and Organizational Development . IGI Global, pp. 265-285

Maher, Chi (2016) Public Policies Impact on Third Sector Social Enterprises in UK Regions. In: Carvalho, Luísa, (ed.) Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurial Success and its Impact on Regional Development. Hershey, PA, Information Science Reference, pp. 246-266

Book

Maher, Chi (2018) Understanding Managerial Career Anchors and Career Path Preferences: A Case Study of Third Sector Social Enterprise Managers. Scholars' Press

Maher, Chi (2017) Influence of Public Policy on Small Social Enterprises: Emerging Research and Opportunities. IGI Global

Maher, Chi (1990) Sex Education and Health Matters for Girls. Republic of Ireland, Attic Press

Maher, Chi (1990) Doctor/ patient relationship: A conversational analysis. Dublin, Trinity College, The University of Dublin Publication

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