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Mbalyohere, C and Lawton, Thomas (2018) Engaging Stakeholders through Corporate Political Activity: Insights from MNE nonmarket strategy in an emerging African market Journal of International Management.

De Villa, Maria A., Rajwani, Tazeeb, Lawton, Thomas C. and Mellahi, Kamel (2018) To engage or not to engage with host governments: Corporate political activity and host-country political risk Global Strategy Journal.

John, Anna and Lawton, Thomas (2017) International Political Risk Management: Perspectives, Approaches and Emerging Agendas International Journal of Management Reviews.

Mbalyohere, Charles, Lawton, Thomas, Boojihawon, Roshan and Viney, Howard (2017) Corporate political activity and location-based advantage: MNE responses to institutional transformation in Uganda’s electricity industry Journal of World Business, 52 (6). pp. 743-759.

Lawton, Thomas and Rajwani, Tazeeb (2017) Introduction: Revisiting the Roles and Responsibilities of Trade Associations Journal of Management Inquiry, 27 (1). pp. 3-4.

Lawton, Thomas, Rajwani, Tazeeb and Minto, Amy (2017) Why Trade Associations Matter: Exploring Function, Meaning, and Influence Journal of Management Inquiry, 27 (1). pp. 5-9.

Rajwani, Tazeeb, Lawton, Thomas and Phillips, Nelson (2015) The “Voice of Industry”: Why management researchers should pay more attention to trade associations Strategic Organization, 13 (3). pp. 224-232.

De Villa, Maria A., Rajwani, Tazeeb and Lawton, Thomas (2015) Market entry modes in a multipolar world: Untangling the moderating effect of the political environment International Business Review, 24 (3). pp. 419-429.

Pilkington, Alan and Lawton, Thomas (2014) Divided by a Common Language? Transnational Insights into Epistemological and Methodological Approaches to Strategic Management Research in English-Speaking Countries Long Range Planning, 47 (5). pp. 299-311.

Doh, Jonathan P., Lawton, Thomas C. and Rajwani, Tazeeb (2012) Advancing Nonmarket Strategy Research: Institutional Perspectives in a Changing World Academy of Management Perspectives, 26 (3). pp. 22-39.

Lawton, Thomas, Rajwani, Tazeeb and Doh, Jonathan (2012) The antecedents of political capabilities: A study of ownership, cross-border activity and organization at legacy airlines in a deregulatory context International Business Review, 22 (1). pp. 228-242.

Lawton, Thomas, McGuire, Steven and Rajwani, Tazeeb (2012) Corporate Political Activity: A Literature Review and Research Agenda International Journal of Management Reviews, 15 (1). pp. 86-105.

Lawton, Thomas, Rajwani, Tazeeb and Reinmoeller, Patrick (2011) Do you have a survival instinct? Leveraging genetic codes to achieve fit in hostile business environments Business Horizons, 55 (1). pp. 81-91.

Lawton, Thomas and Rajwani, Tazeeb (2011) Designing lobbying capabilities: managerial choices in unpredictable environments European Business Review, 23 (2). pp. 167-189.

Hill, R, Arnott, A, Hayden, P, Lawton, T, Robins, A and Parker, T (2011) Evaluation of CFD model predictions of local dispersion from an area source on a complex industrial site International Journal of Environment and Pollution, 44 (1-4). pp. 173-181.

Lawton, Thomas, Rajwani, Tazeeb and O'Kane, Conor (2011) Strategic reorientation and business turnaround: the case of global legacy airlines Journal of Strategy and Management, 4 (3). pp. 215-237.

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Lawton, T and Robins, AG Flow and dispersion around buildings In: Physmod 2007, 2007-08-28 - 2007-08-31, Orleans, France.


Lawton, Thomas, Doh, Jonathan P. and Rajwani, Tazeeb (2014) Aligning for Advantage: Competitive Strategies for the Political and Social Arenas Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199604753

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