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Boreham, Paul, Parker, Rachel L., Thompson, Paul, & Hall, Richard (2008) New Technology @ Work. Routledge, London.
Ryan, Neal, Brown, Kerry, & Parker, Rachel (2003) Government, Business and Society (2nd Edition). Pearson Education Australia Pty Limited, Australia, pp. 1-323.
Kraatz, Judy A., Hampson, Keith D., Parker, Rachel L., & Roos, Göran (2014) What Next? Future Directions for R&D Investment. In Hampson, Keith D., Kraatz, Judy A., & Sanchez, Adriana X. (Eds.) R&D Investment and Impact in the Global Construction Industry. Routledge, New York, pp. 284-309.
Parker, Rachel L. (2009) Innovation. In O'Hara, Phillip (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Public Policy : Governance in a Global Age, Volume 4: Social Environmental and Corporate Governance. GPERU , Perth, Western Australia, pp. 392-399.
Parker, Rachel L. (2009) Small Business and entrepreneurship policy. In O'Hara, Phillip (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Public Policy: Governance in a Global Age, Volume 4: Social Environmental and Corporate Governance. GPERU, Perth, Western Australia, pp. 597-603.
Parker, Rachel L. (2007) Innovative methodologies on enterprise research : tackling the question of the role of the state from a macro and micro perspective. In Hine, Damian & Carson, David (Eds.) Innovative Methodologies in Enterprise Research. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 303-317.
Parker, Rachel (2002) Australia's Social System of Production. In Dow, G & Parker, Rachel L. (Eds.) Business, Work and Community: Into the New Millennium. Oxford University Press, Australia, Melbourne, pp. 20-38.
Thompson, Paul M., Parker, Rachel L., & Cox, Stephen D. (2015) Interrogating Creative Theory and Creative Work: Inside the Games Studio. Sociology.
McCabe, Angela C., Parker, Rachel L., & Cox, Stephen (2015) The ceiling to coproduction in university-industry research collaboration. HERD: Higher Education Research & Development. (In Press)
Hine, Damian, Parker, Rachel L., Pregelj, Lisette, & Verreynne, Martie-Louise (2014) Deconstructing and reconstructing the capability hierarchy. Industrial and Corporate Change, 23(5), pp. 1299-1325.
Sawang, Sukanlaya, Parker, Rachel, & Hine, Damian (2014) How small business advisory program delivery methods (collective learning, tailored, and practice-based approaches) affect learning and innovation. Journal of Small Business Management. (In Press)
Parker, Rachel L., Cox, Stephen D., & Thompson, Paul (2014) How technological change affects power relations in global markets : remote developers in the console and mobile games industry. Environment and Planning A, 46(1), pp. 168-185.
Parker, Rachel L. & Hine, Damian (2014) The role of knowledge intermediaries in developing firm learning capabilities. European Planning Studies, 22(5), pp. 1048-1061.
Parker, Rachel & Hine, Damian (2013) Enterprise policy and the metagovernance of firm capabilities. Administration & Society, 20(10), pp. 1-24.
Parker, Rachel L. & Cox, Stephen D. (2013) Power relations and small and medium-sized enterprise strategies for capturing value in global production networks: visual effects (VFX) service firm in the Hollywood film industry. Regional Studies, 47(7), pp. 1095-1110.
Parker, Rachel L. & Hine, Damian (2012) Learning in and beyond small business advisory programmes. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 31(2), pp. 223-235.
McCabe, Angela C., Parker, Rachel L., & Brown, Kerry A. (2011) Social outcomes in the construction industry : the case of the Western Australia ‘Percent for Art’ policy. Construction Management & Economics, 29(9), pp. 929-941.
Parker, Rachel L. (2010) Evolution and change in industrial clusters : an analysis of Hsinchu and Sophia Antipolis. European Urban and Regional Studies, 17(3), pp. 245-260.
Hine, Damian, Parker, Rachel L., & Ireland, David (2010) The knowledge exchange intermediary as service provider : a discussion and an Australian case. The Service Industries Journal, 30(5), pp. 713-729.
Parker, Rachel L. & Parenta, Oleg (2009) Multi-level order, friction and contradiction : the evolution of Australian film industry policy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15(1), pp. 91-105.
Parker, Rachel L. (2009) A learning community approach to doctoral education in the social sciences. Teaching in Higher Education, 14(1), pp. 43-54.
Parker, Rachel L. (2008) Governance and the Entrepreneurial; Economy: A Comparative Analysis of Three Regions. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 32(5), p. 833.
Parker, Rachel L. & Parenta, Oleg (2008) Explaining contradictions in film and television industry policy : ideas and incremental policy change through layering and drift. Media, Culture and Society, 30(5), pp. 609-622.
Parker, Rachel L. (2007) Networked governance or just networks? Local governance of the knowledge economy in Limerick (Ireland) and Karlskrona (Sweden). Political Studies, 55(1), pp. 113-132.
Parker, Rachel L. (2006) Small business and entrepreneurship in the knowledge economy : a comparison of Australia and Sweden. New Political Economy, 11(2), pp. 201-226.
Bradley, Lisa M. & Parker, Rachel L. (2006) Do Australian public sector employees have the type of culture they want in the era of new public management? Australian Journal of Public Administration, 65(1), pp. 89-99.
Parker, Rachel L. & Tamaschke, Louise (2005) Explaining Regional Departures from National Patterns of Industrial Specialisation: Regional institutions, policies and state coordination. Organization Studies, 26(12), pp. 1787-1808.
Parker, Rachel L. (2004) Explaining variations in the knowledge economy in three small wealthy countries. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 16(3), pp. 343-366.
Bradley, Lisa & Parker, Rachel (2004) Bureaucracy or post-bureaucracy? Public sector organisations in a change context. Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 26(2), pp. 197-216.
Parker, Rachel (2004) Foundations of technology development, innovation and competitiveness in the globalised knowledge economy. Prometheus (Abingdon), 22(3), pp. 293-309.
Parker, Rachel L. (2002) Coordination and Competition in Small Business Policy: A Comparative Analysis of Australia and Denmark. Journal of Economic Issues, 36(4), pp. 935-952.
Parker, Rachel L. (2001) The Myth of the Entrepreneurial Economy : Employment and Innovation in Small Firms. Work, Employment & Society, 15(2), pp. 239-253.
Bradley, Lisa M. & Parker, Rachel L. (2001) Public Sector Change in Australia: Are Managers' Ideals Being Realised? Public Personnel Management, 30(3), pp. 349-362.
Parker, Rachel L. (2000) Industrial Transformation in Austria, Norway and Sweden. Industry and Innovation, 7(2), pp. 145-168.
Parker, Rachel L., Ryan, Neal F., & Brown, Kerry A. (2000) Drivers and outcomes of the new public management in three public sector agencies. Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 6(2), pp. 33-41.
Brown, Kerry A., Ryan, Neal F., & Parker, Rachel L. (2000) New Modes of Service Delivery in the Public Sector: Commercialising Government Services. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 13(3), pp. 206-221.
Ryan, Neal F., Parker, Rachel L., & Brown, Kerry A. (2000) Purchaser-Provider Split In A Traditional Public Service Environment: Three Case Studies Of Managing Change. Public Policy and Administration Journal, 9(1), pp. 206-221.
Parker, Rachel (1996) Industry Policy: Possibilities in a Changing International Economy. Journal of Australian Political Economy, pp. 49-67.
Zhou, Ying, Steffens, Paul R., & Parker, Rachel L. (2012) Determinants of China’s regional innovation capacity. In Proceedings of The Joint ACERE-DIANA International Entrepreneurship Conference, University of Notre Dame, Fremantle, WA.
Sarimin, Muna, Yigitcanlar, Tan, & Parker, Rachel (2010) Towards a unified method for the knowledge based urban development framework. In Yigitcanlar, Tan, Yates, Peter, & Kunzmann, Peter (Eds.) The 3rd Knowledge Cities World Summit, World Capital Institute, City of Melbourne and Office of Knowledge Capital, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, pp. 324-340.
Parker, Rachel L., Hine, Damian, & Eastwood, Sara (2009) Developing capabilities for ongoing learning and change in intermediary programs. In Enhancing the innovation environment: Proceedings of the 10th International CINet Conference, 6-8 September 2009, Australia, Queensland, Brisbane.
Thompson, Paul, Parker, Rachel L., & Cox, Stephen D. (2009) Networks in the shadow of markets and hierarchies : calling the shots in the visual effects industry. In Proceedings of : EGOS 2009 : 25th European Group for Organizational Studies Conference, Barcelona, Spain.
Manley, Karen, Marceau, Jane, Parker, Rachel L., & Matthews, Judy H. (2008) The potential contribution of small firms to innovation in the built environment. In 22nd ANZAM Conference 2008 : Managing in the Pacific Century, 2 – 5 December 2008, Auckland, New Zealand.
Parker, Rachel L. (2009) Political-institutional structuring of firm behavior. In Asia Pacific Asia-Pacific Colloquium on Institutional Theory, 18-19 June 2009, Brisbane, Queensland. (Unpublished)
Kraatz, Judy A., Hampson, Keith D., Voros, Joseph, Roos, Göran, Hayward, Peter, Parker, Rachel, et al. (2012) Leveraging R&D Investment for the Australian Built Environment : Industry Report. Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre, Brisbane, QLD.