Journal Articles

2010

Berry, M., Reichman, W., MacLachlan, M., Klobas, J., Hui, H. C., & Carr, S. C. (2010). Humanitarian Work Psychology: The Contributions of Organizational Psychology to Poverty Reduction. Journal of Economic Psychology, invited contribution to special issue on poverty reduction, in press.

Carr , S.C., McWha, I., MacLachlan, M., & Furnham, A. (2010). International- Local remuneration differences across six cultures: Do they undermine poverty reduction work? International Journal of Psychology: Special Section on Psychology and Poverty Reduction, in press.

Lefkowitz, J. (2010). Can professions contribute to the reduction of world-wide poverty? A case in point: Organizational psychology and pay diversity. International Journal of Psychology: Special Section on Psychology and Poverty Reduction, invited commentary, in press.

McWha, I., Marai, L., & Peniop, J.P.  (2010). Aid salary disparities: Do they undermine harmonisation? Just Change, 18, in press.

Marai, L., Kewibu, V., Kinkin, E., Peniop, J.P., Salini, C., & Kofana, G. (2010). Remuneration disparities within Oceania: Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands. International Journal of Psychology: Special Section on Psychology and Poverty Reduction, in press.

Munthali, A., Matagi, L., & Tumwebaze, C. (2010). Remuneration disparities within the Landlocked Economies of Malawi and Uganda. International Journal of Psychology: Special Section on Psychology and Poverty Reduction, in press.

Saner, R. (2010). Decent work and decent pay: Dual salary systems and poverty reduction policy. International Journal of Psychology: Special Section on Psychology and Poverty Reduction, invited commentary, in press.

Zhou, E., Li, T., Lu, Z., Li, X., Papola, T.S., Pais, J., & Sahu, P.P. (2010). Remuneration disparities within the Emerging Economies of China and India. International Journal of Psychology: Special Section on Psychology and Poverty Reduction, in press.

2009

Carr, S. C., & Rugimbana, R. O.  (2009).  Marketing and development out of poverty: Introduction to the special issue.  International Journal of Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 14(2), 95-100.

McWha, I. (2009). The roles of, and relationships between, expatriates, volunteers, and local development workers.  Development in Practice, in press.

McWha, I., & Carr, S. C.  (2009).  Images of poverty and attributions for poverty: Does higher education moderate the linkage? International Journal of Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 14(2), 101-109.

2008

Carr, S. C., MacLachlan, M., Reichman, W., Klobas, J., ONeill Berry, M., & Furnham, A.  (2008. Invited Commentary). Organizational psychology and poverty reduction: Where supply meets demand.  Journal of Organizational Behavior, 29, 843-51.

Carr, S. C., & Rugimbana, R. O. (2008). The Nexus between Poverty Reduction and Marketing. International Journal of Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, in press.

Dalton, S., Madden, H., Chamberlain, K., Carr, S. C., & Lyons, A. C. (2008). It’s gotten a bit old, charity: Young adults in New Zealand talk about poverty, charitable giving and aid appeals. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, in press.

2007

Bolitho, F. H., Carr, S. C., & Fletcher, R. B. (2007). Public thinking about poverty: Why it matters and how to measure it. International Journal of Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 12, 13-22.

Hooks, J. J., Edgar, F., Inkson, K., Carr, S. C., Edwards, M. F., Jackson, D. J. R., Thorn, K. J., & Allfree, N. (2007). Building Organizational commitment to counteract brain drain from Southern Hemisphere accountancy firms. Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 15 (1), 1-21.

Williams, T., Carr, S. C., & Blampied, N. (2007). Psychological intervention in major emergencies: An Asia-Pacific perspective. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 36(3), 126-35.

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