Professor Stephen Kelly BAdmin (Griff), MBus (SCU), PhD (SCU) Professor Stephen Kelly is Head of the Southern Cross Business School. He has over 70 published articles in the fields of Marketing, Small Business, Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Housing; has received in excess of $500K in competitive and industry research funding and has supervised 14 higher degree students to completion. His current research is focused on Leadership, Management and Culture in the Regional Higher Education Sector and Strategic Entrepreneurship. He is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Economic and Social Policy.
A study on the consumer acceptance of hybrid electric passenger vehicles in Australia (with Martin Kunst), Professional doctorate research in Australia: commentary and case studies from business, education and indigenous studies (2009)
The role of relationship marketing and networking in foreign market entry and sustained competitiveness by Australian SMEs, Advances in international marketing and global strategy (2000)
Exploring the perceived influence of safety management practices on project performance in the construction industry (with Eddie WL Cheng and Neal Ryan), Safety Science (2012)
Although safety management is known to be vital to construction projects, very few studies have...
Relationship benefits: conceptualization and measurement in a business-to-business environment (with Donald R. Scott), International Small Business Journal (2012)
This article offers both a conceptually valid measure of the relationship benefits derived from the...
Questioning the epistemic virtue of strategy: the emperor has no clothes! (with Steven French and Alexander Kouzmin), Journal of Management and Organization (2011)
A critical analysis of contemporary strategic management theory and practice suggests that modernist, linear thinking...
Crisis opportunism: bailouts and E-SCADs in the GFC (with Judy A. Johnston, Alexander Kouzmin, and Kym Thorne), Risk Management (2010)
As a response to the junk debt-inspired global economic crisis, governments, with supra-national organizational approval,...
Perceived environmental uncertainty's effect on commitment in business-to-business channels (with Jennifer L. Harrison), Marketing Intelligence and Planning (2010)
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to test the null hypothesis that there is...
What impacts do different forms of customer involvement have on the development of services? the identification of team- and customer-related factors (with Jakob Trischler and Don R. Scott), 2012 ANZMAC conference (2012)
In service design and innovation research active customer involvement has been suggested as a critical...
Creating an index of local software economy maturity: driving innovation and productivity (with Malcolm Fraser and Jennifer L. Harrison), Proceedings of ECIE 2011: The 6th European Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovation (2011)
Australian Generation Y: building their identity through home ownership (with Melanie J. Thomas), Management Research in a Changing Climate: British Academy of Management Conference (2010)
Consumer acceptance of hybrid electric passenger vehicles in Australia (with Martin J. Kunst and Melanie Thomas), Management Research in a Changing Climate: British Academy of Management Conference (2010)
Crisis opportunism: bail outs and E-SCADs in the GFC (with Judy A. Johnston, Alexander Kouzmin, and Kym Thorne), The Crisis: Challenges for Public Management: the 14th International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Conference (2010)
As a response to the “junk-debt”- inspired, global, economic crisis, governments, with supra-national organizational approval,...
BCU staff survey (with Jennifer L. Harrison), Community Credit Union, BCU (2006)
Gold Coast IT capability audit (with Jennifer L. Harrison), Gold Coast City Council (2006)
Market intelligence study for the Tweed/Gold Coast campus of Southern Cross University (with Pat Gillard, Jennifer L. Harrison, and Dennis Howard), Vice-Chancellor and President of Southern Cross University (2006)
Housing affordability on the NSW North Coast (with Quentin Croft, Pat Gillett, and Allan Sheppard), Bananacoast Community Credit Union (2005)
As a result of changes to housing policy in Australia over the last two decades...
The identification and analysis of relationship benefits in business-to-business channels, PhD thesis, Southern Cross University, Lismore NSW (2004)
Foreign market entry and sustained competitiveness by Australian SMEs, MBus thesis, Southern Cross University, Lismore NSW (1997)
Develops a model for foreign market entry and sustained competitiveness by Australian small and medium...