Dr Niall Hayes

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Niall Hayes  is a Reader in Information and Organisation in the Department of Organisation, Work and Technology at Lancaster University. He is the Director of the Centre for the Study of Technology and Organisation.  His research interests relate to the social and organisational implications arising from the introduction and use of information systems in organisations. His specific research domains are fourfold: knowledge management, electronic government, plagiarism detection systems and information and communication technology in developing countries and for development.

Imbrications of institutional logics: the case of an e-government initiative in Greece
Hayes, N., Introna, L., Petrakaki, D. 07/2014 In: New Technology, Work and Employment. 29, 2, p. 124-138. 15 p.
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Into the future: themes, insights, and agendas for information and communication technologies for development
Hayes, N., Bailey, A. 11/06/2014 In: Information Technologies & International Development. 10, 2, 3 p.
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Consultants as intermediaries and mediators in the construction of information and communication technologies for development
Hayes, N., Westrup, C. 11/06/2014 In: Information Technologies & International Development. 10, 2, p. 19-32. 14 p.
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IFIP WG9.4 12th International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries: Themes Insights and Agendas for ICT4D Research and Practice.
Hayes, N., Lèbre La Rovere, R. 1/11/2013
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Theorising development and technological change
Hayes, N., Miscone, G., Silva, L., Westrup, C. 07/2013 In: Information Systems Journal. 23, 4, 5 p.
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Hybridity, consulting and e-development in the making: inscribing new practices of impact assessment and value management
Brigham, M., Hayes, N. 1/04/2013 In: Information Technology for Development. 19, 2, p. 112-132. 21 p.
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Power/knowledge and impact assessment: creating new spaces for expertise in international development
Hayes, N., Westrup, C. 03/2012 In: New Technology, Work and Employment. 27, 1, p. 9-22. 13 p.
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Context and the processes of ICT for development
Hayes, N., Westrup, C. 01/2012 In: Information and Organization. 22, 1, p. 23-36. 14 p.
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On sociomaterial imbrications: what plagiarism detection systems reveal and why it matters
Introna, L., Hayes, N. 2011 In: Information and Organization. 21, 2, p. 57-122. 66 p.
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Information technology and the possibilities for knowledge sharing
Hayes, N. 2011 In: Handbook of Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management. Chichester : Wiley ISBN: 9780470972649.
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Competing institutional logics and sustainable development: the case of the Amazon rainforest monitoring systems
Hayes, N., Rajao, R.G.L. 2011 In: Information Technology for Development. 17, 1, p. 4-23. 20 p.
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The working out of modernization in the public sector: the case of an e-government initiative in Greece
Introna, L., Hayes, N., Petrakaki, D. 2010 In: The International Journal of Public Administration. 33, 1, p. 11-25. 15 p.
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A cheat, moi? That's unfair
Hayes, N. 29/01/2009 In: Times Higher Education Supplement. 1 p.
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Power and organizational transformation through technology: hybrids of electronic government
Bloomfield, B.P., Hayes, N. 2009 In: Organization Studies. 30, 5, p. 461-487. 27 p.
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Narrowing down accountability through performance monitoring technology : e-government in Greece.
Petrakaki, D., Hayes, N., Introna, L. 2009 In: Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management. 6, 3, p. 160-179. 20 p.
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Conceptions of control and IT artefacts: an institutional account of the Amazon rainforest monitoring system
Rajão, R., Hayes, N. 2009 In: Journal of Information Technology. 24, p. 320-331. 32 p.
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Institutionalising Change in a High-Technology Optronics Company : The role of information and communication technologies.
Hayes, N. 02/2008 In: Human Relations. 61, 2, p. 243-269. 27 p.
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Participation in groupware-mediated communities of practice: a socio-political analysis of knowledge working.
Hayes, N., Walsham, G. 2007 In: Exploring Information Systems Research: Readings and Reflections. London : Routledge p. 82-100. 19 p. ISBN: 041577196X 9780415771962 0415771978 9780415771979.
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Identity Work and Electronic Collaboration Systems : a research agenda.
Hayes, N., Chiasson, M. 2007 In: Encyclopaedia of E-Collaboration. New York : Ideas Group p. 521-526. 6 p. ISBN: 9781599040004.
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Plagiarism Detection Systems and International Students: Detecting plagiarism, copying or learning?
Introna, L., Hayes, N. 2007 In: Student Plagiarism in an Online World: Problems and Solutions. Hershey and London : Idea Group Publishing p. 108-122. 15 p. ISBN: 9781599048017.
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Sistema de monitoração da Amazônia : questão de segurança nacional
Rajão, R.G.L., Hayes, N. 2007 In: Por que GESITI? Segurança, Inovação e Sociedade. Campinas, Brazil : Komedi p. 52-86. 35 p. ISBN: 9788575823811.
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Cultural values, plagiarism, and fairness: when plagiarism gets in the way of learning
Hayes, N., Introna, L. 2005 In: Ethics and Behavior. 15, 3, p. 213-231. 19 p.
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Modernisation and the joining-up of local government services in the UK: boundaries, knowledge and technology
Bloomfield, B.P., Hayes, N. 2005 Lancaster University : The Department of Organisation, Work and Technology
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Systems for the production of plagiarists? The implications arising from the use of plagiarism detection systems in UK universities for Asian learners
Hayes, N., Introna, L. 2005 In: Journal of Academic Ethics. 3, 1, p. 55-73. 19 p.
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Alienation and plagiarism: coping with otherness in our assessment practice
Hayes, N. 2003 Lancaster University : The Department of Organisation, Work and Technology
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The Role of Information and Communication Technologies In Knowledge Management Initiatives.
Hayes, N., Walsham, G. 2003 In: The Blackwell Handbook of Organizational Learning & Knowledge Management. New York : Blackwell p. 54-77. 24 p. ISBN: 0631226729.
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Participation in groupware-mediated communities of practice: a socio-political analysis of knowledge working.
Hayes, N., Walsham, G. 10/2001 In: Information and Organization. 11, 4, p. 263-288. 26 p.
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Boundless and bounded interactions in the knowledge work process : the role of groupware technologies.
Hayes, N. 04/2001 In: Information and Organization. 11, 2, p. 79-101. 23 p.
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Competing interpretations of computer supported co-operative work.
Hayes, N., Walsham, G. 02/2000 In: Organization. 7, 1, p. 49-67. 19 p.
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Work arounds and boundary crossing in a high tech optronics company: the role of co-operative work-flow technologies
Hayes, N. 2000 In: Computer Supported Cooperative Work. 3, 4, p. 435-455. 21 p.
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Safe enclaves, political enclaves and knowledge working
Hayes, N., Walsham, G. 2000 In: Work Knowledge, Knowledge Management; Critical Discussion of Work, Knowledge and Learning. London : Macmillan p. 435-455. 21 p.
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Boundless and bounded interactions in the knowledge work process: the role of groupware technologies
Hayes, N. 2000 Lancaster University : The Department of Organisation, Work and Technology
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Book Review: Dutton et al, Information and Communication Technologies: visions and realities
Hayes, N. 1998 In: Organization. 5, 4, p. 630-633. 4 p.
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Virtuality and paradox
McCarthy, M., Choeke, R., Hayes, N., Aslam, S. 03/1994 In: The Simulation and Gaming Yearbook. London : Kogan Page p. 164-181. 18 p. ISBN: 9780749412135.
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