Items where Author is "Bagwell, Sue"

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Bagwell, Sue (2018) From mixed embeddedness to transnational mixed embeddedness. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 24 (1). pp. 104-120. ISSN 1355-2554

Cinderby, Steve and Bagwell, Sue (2017) Exploring the co-benefits of urban green infrastructure improvements for businesses and workers wellbeing. Area, 50 (1). pp. 126-135. ISSN 1475-4762

Bagwell, Sue (2015) Designing healthier catering interventions for takeaways in deprived areas. Journal of Environmental Health Research, 15 (1). pp. 38-56. ISSN 1476-0932

Bagwell, Sue (2014) Transnational entrepreneurship amongst Vietnamese businesses in London. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 41 (2). ISSN 1369-183X

Bagwell, Sue (n.d.) Creative Clusters and City Growth. Creative industries journal. ISSN 1751-0694

Shaw, Stephen, Bagwell, Sue and Karmowska, Joanna (n.d.) Ethnoscapes as Spectacle: Reimaging Multicultural Districts as New Destinations for Leisure and Tourism Consumption. Urban studies, 41 (10). pp. 1983-2000. ISSN 360-063X

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Shaw, Stephen and Bagwell, Sue (2012) Ethnic Minority Restaurateurs and the Regeneration of ‘Banglatown’ in London’s East End. In: Selling ethnic neighborhoods : the rise of neighborhoods as places of leisure and consumption. Routledge, London, pp. 34-51. ISBN 9780415899598


Bagwell, Sue (n.d.) Healthier catering initiatives in London, UK: An effective tool for encouraging healthier consumption behaviour? Unknown. (Unpublished)

Bagwell, Sue (n.d.) Skills needs for regeneration professionals. Unknown. (Unpublished)

Bagwell, Sue (n.d.) Transnational Family Networks and Ethnic Minority Business Development: The Case of Vietnamese Nail-shops in the UK. Unknown. (Unpublished)

Bagwell, Sue (n.d.) UK Vietnamese Businesses: Cultural Influences and Intra-cultural Differences. Unknown. (Unpublished)

Bagwell, Sue (n.d.) The role of independent fast food outlets in obesogenic environments: a case study of East London in the UK. Unknown. (Unpublished)

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