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Tosey, Paul, Dhaliwal, S and Hassinen, J (2013) The Finnish Team Academy model: implications for management education Management Learning, 46 (2). pp. 175-194.

Dhaliwal, S (2010) Teaching Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Building on the Singapore Experiment JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT, 16 (3). pp. 314-315.

Dhaliwal, S and Scott, J (2010) Help or Hindrance - South Asian Women in the Family Firm. Journal of Family Business Studies, 4 (1). pp. 5-23.

Dhaliwal, S (2010) Training Women to win: A Practical Perspective on the Training Needs of Women Entrepreneurs International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 2 (3). pp. 287-290.

Dhaliwal, S (2009) Training Women to Win: Women and Enterprise Development in the UK Journal of Business and Entreprenership, 21 (2).

Adcroft, A and Dhaliwal, S (2009) Disconnections in management theory and practice Journal of Management Philosophy, 7 (3).

Dhaliwal, S (2008) Business support and minority ethnic businesses in England Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 6 (2). pp. 230-246.

Dhaliwal, S and Gray, D (2008) The Asian Business Sector and the Dynamics of Change: A Story of growth, diversity and success in the UK Equal Opportunities International, 27 (3). pp. 221-236.

Jones, Peter, Bowen, Andrea and Dhaliwal, Spinder (2007) In conversation with habitual entrepreneurs Hospitality Review, 9 (2). pp. 36-43.

Dhaliwal, S (2007) Dynamism and enterprise: Asian Female Entrepreneurs in the United Kingdom Journal of Immigration and Refugee Studies, 5 (2). pp. 45-64.

Adcroft, Andrew, Dhaliwal, S, Miller, Graham and Walsh, P (2007) "Guest editorial", Management Decision Special Issue: Theory and practice, strategy and sustainability. Management Decision, 45 (1). pp. 5-9.

Dhaliwal, S (2006) Asians in the UK: gender, generations and enterprise Equal Opportunities International, 25 (2). pp. 92-108.

Dhaliwal, S (2006) Is there really value in Entrepreneurship Education? The ICFAI Journal of Entrepreneurship Development, 3 (3).

Dhaliwal, S (2006) The take up of business support by minority ethnic enterprises: the experience of South Asian businesses in England International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 2 (1). pp. 79-91.

Dhaliwal, S, Adcroft, Andrew and Willis, R (2005) Insatiable demand or academic supply: the intellectual context of entrepreneurship education European Business Review, 17 (6). pp. 518-532.

Adcroft, AP and Dhaliwal, S (2005) Sustainability And Ethnic Minority Businesses: An examination of the Asian Business Sector The Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, 1 (1). pp. 1-19.

Dhaliwal, S and Adcroft, AP (2005) Sustainability and ethnic minority businesses: an examination of the Asian business sector in the UK Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, 1 (2).

Adcroft, Andrew, Willis, R and Dhaliwal, S (2004) Missing the Point? Management education and entrepreneurship Management Decision, 42 (3). pp. 521-531.

Dhaliwal, S (2004) Missing the point? Management education and entrepreneurship Management Decision, 42 (3/4). pp. 512-521.

Dhaliwal, S (2004) Which way now? Second and third generation Asian business entrepreneurs Forum Empresarial, Administration de Empresas, Puerto Rico, 9 (2).

Shanmuganthan, P, Dhaliwal, S, Stone, M and Foss, B (2003) Does ethnic focus change how banks should implement customer relationship management? Journal of Financial Services Marketing, 8 (1). pp. 49-62.

Dhaliwal, S (2002) Success factors for ethnic banking Bank Marketing International, 148.

Book Section

Dhaliwal, S and Adcroft, A (2007) Accurate Portrayal or Lazy Stereotype? The changing nature of the Asian Business Sector in the UK In: Empirical entrepreneurship in Europe: New Perspectives. Edward Elgar Pub. ISBN 1847202128

Dhaliwal, S (1999) Case Studies In: Entrepreneurship and small firms. UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 0077094522

Conference or Workshop Item

Dhaliwal, S (2004) The changing face of Asian wealth In: 6th International Conference on the Dynamics of Strategy, 2004 - ?, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK.

Dhaliwal, S (2003) Female entrepreneurs In: 6th Annual Ethnic Minority Business Conference, 2003 - ?, Cardiff, UK.

Dhaliwal, S (2003) Female ethnic minority entrepreneurs in the UK In: 14th International Conference on SMEs, 2003 - ?, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Dhaliwal, S Asian female entrepreneurs In: UniS Direct Entrepreneurship Evening, 2004 - 2004, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK.

Dhaliwal, S Asian women in business In: 4th Annual Ethnic Minority Business Conference, 2001 - 2001, University of Paisley, UK.

Jones, PLM, Dhaliwal, S and Bowen, A Exploring opportunity recognition by habitual entrepreneurs in the hospitality industry In: EuroCHRIE, 2007-10-25 - 2007-10-27, Leeds, UK.

Dhaliwal, S Female entrepreneurship In: UniS Direct: Breaking Barriers, 2003 - 2003, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK.

Dhaliwal, S Perceptions of business and support delivery to the UK minority ethnic business community In: 48th ISCB World Conference: Advancing Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 2005 - 2005, Belfast, UK.

Dhaliwal, S, Adcroft, A and Willis, R Promotion or appreciation? Entrepreneurship and management education In: 26th ISBA National Small Firms Research and Policy Conference, 2003 - 2003, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK.

Dhaliwal, S, Adcroft, A and Willis, R Revolutionary best practice? Applying models of organisational transformation to small and medium sizes enterprises In: 33rd EISB Conference: Entrepreneurial and Professional Management in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises: Combining Creativity and Technical Skills, 2003 - 2003, Milan, Italy.

Dhaliwal, S Silent contributors In: International Conference: Shifting Gears in Women's Enterprise, 2001 - 2001, University of Durham, UK.

Dhaliwal, S and Souster, C Small brewers - big problems In: 25th ISBA Conference, 2002 - 2002, Brighton, UK.

Dhaliwal, S Which way now? Second/third generation Asian business entrepreneurs In: 24th ISBA National Small Firms Policy and Research Conference, 2001 - 2001, Belfast, UK.

Book

Dhaliwal, S (2008) Making a Fortune - Learning from the Asian Phenomenon John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 978-1-84112-799-6

Other

Dhaliwal, S Training Women to Win: Women and Enterprise Development .

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