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  • The University of Western Australia (M252), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

  • 32 Citations
  • 3 h-Index
20142020
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Funding overview

2013 Hutchinson, J. Walker, E. A. & Haslam-McKenzie, F. Leadership in Local Government in Western Australia. ACELG Research Partnership Scheme 2013 (15,000).

2012 Hutchinson, J. Todd, P & Walker, E. A. Retention and career progression in the Department of Commerce. WA Department of Commerce, $15,000.

2012 Hutchinson, J & Walker, E. A. An examination of the factors affecting the appointment of CEOs in Local Government: Who are the leaders? UWA Business School Research Development Scheme, $9,000.

2011 Walker, E. A. & Redmond, J. Sustainable environmental management in Australian small firms. ARC Linkage. Industry partners: the City of Joondalup and West Coast Training Institute. 3 year project, Total value of grant $449,901 (cash component $135,000).

2011 Walker, E. A. & Redmond, J. City of Joondalup small business study. City of Joondalup $33,000.

2010 Walker, E. A & Redmond, J. Older workers and self employment: What training and skills development do they need to succeed? Small Business Training Institute, $10,000.

2010 Walker, E. A & Redmond, J. Small Business - let's get online - let's go! AusIndustry Small Business Online Program $457,000

2009 Walker, E. A. Effective learning and information channels for small to medium tourism enterprises (by sector). In conjunction with Victoria University and the Sustainable Tourism Collaborative Research Centre, $108,082.

2008 Walker, E. A. & Redmond, J. SMEs and environmental management: Impact, measurement and the influence of education. ECU-Industry Collaboration Grant with the City of Stirling, $45,000.

2008 Walker, E. A. & Strahan, B. 2008 Malaga Business Survey. The City of Swan, $17,000.

2008 Walker, E. A, Wang, C., & Redmond, J. Identification of small business management skills and competencies for business growth and development. ECU-Industry Collaboration Grant with Coastal Business Centre, $50,000.

2007 Walker, E. A & Redmond, J. Green Advantage for Small Business. AusIndustry Building Entrepreneurship in Small Business (BESB) Grant, $330,000

2007 Walker, E. A. Effective Business Exits (EBE). AusIndustry Building Entrepreneurship in Small Business (BESB) Grant, $310,000

2007 Walker, E. A. & Redmond J. Gosnells Cockburn sustainable light industry project. Swan Catchment Council, $40,000

2007 Walker, E. A, Wang, C., & Redmond, J. Family Small Business Succession: Dynamics of Founder-Successor Gender in Succession Selection. ECU
Faculty of Business & Law Strategic Grant + De Montfort University, UK, $19,600.

2007 Walker, E. A. Wang, C & Redmond, J .L. & Sheridan L. Exploring environmental management education for small and medium sized enterprises. ECU-Industry Collaboration Grant with the Swan Catchment Council, $60,000

2006 Walker, E. A. Wang, C & Redmond, J .L. Developing a predictive model of the growth intentions of home-based business (HBB) owner-operators. ECU-Industry Collaboration Grant with the Small Business Development Corporation, $45,000

2006 Walker, E. A. Practical Employee Management Skills program (PEMS). AusIndustry SBEP grant with City of Armadale, Gosnells and the Great Southern Consortium as industry partners, $326,000.

2005 Walker, E. A., Stoney, S & Barrett, R & Webster, B. J. On-line training for small business: Creating a best practice model. Australian Research Council Linkage Grant with the WA Department of Education and Training. Total value of grant (3 years), $671,846.

2005 Walker, E. A. & Redmond J. Bellevue Sustainable Industry Project. Swan Catchment Council, $33,000.

2005 Walker, E. A., Charters, S., Brown, A. & Clark-Murphy, M. Managerial Expertise in the Wine Industry: Implications for Rural Development. The Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation and the Faculty Strategic Research fund, $40,000.

2005 Walker, E. A., Webster, B. Millsteed, J. L & Hocking, J S. Adult learning: Human resource skills for small business managers. ECU- Industry Collaboration Grant with the City of Gosnells, $45,000.

2005 Webster, B. Walker, E. A. & Stoney, S. The appropriateness of current models of on-line training for SMEs. ECU- Industry Collaboration Grant with the Department of Education and Training, $45,000.

2005 Walker, E. A. & Webster. Evaluation of the HBBs program. The City of Joondalup and the City of Wanneroo, $14,750.

2004 Burn, J. M, Standing, C., Bode, S & Walker, E. A. Collaborative Commerce for SMEs in Regional Knowledge Network. The Australian Research Council Linkage Grant in conjunction with the City of Swan, the City of Wanneroo and the South West Group, Total value of grant (3 years), $223,000.

2004 Walker, E. A. & Webster, B. J. HRT for small business. AusIndustry SBEP grant and the City of Swan, $124,000.

2004 Walker, E. A. & Webster, B. J. Micro biz. AusIndustry SBEP grant and the Cites of Gosnells and Armadale, $91,000.

2004 Walker E. A., Webster, B. J & Burn, J. M. Smart business incubators: the Australian context and the development of a best practice model to assist business services. ECU-Industry Collaboration grant with the City of Joondalup, $45,000.

2004 Webster, B. J, Walker, E. A. & Turner, J. Developing a framework of training for older small business owners. ECU-Industry Collaboration grant with the WA Department of Education & Training, $45,000.

2004 Walker, E. A. & Webster, B. J. Enterprise Growth Programme. The WA Department of Education & Training in conjunction with the City of Wanneroo, $26,000.

2004 Walker, E. A. & Webster, B. J. CBD economic enhancement. The City of Joondalup, $26,000.

2004 Walker, E. A. & Webster, B. J. Assisting local business to recruit and manage young workers. The WA Department of Education & Training, $20,000.

2004 Walker, E. A. Business Expansion Opportunities in Malaga. The City of Swan, $20,000.

2004 Walker, E. A., Webster, B. J. Small Business-Smart Business Evaluation Project. The WA Department of Education & Training, $19,300.

2003 Walker, E. A., Webster, B. J. & Saggers, S. Environmental scan of the current status of education, training and employment in the North West Metro area. The Local Learning & Employment Partnership (North Metro), $13,800.

2003 Walker, E. A., Webster, B. J. & Devine, J. A study into the needs of home-based business in the City of Joondalup and the development and evaluation of a peer mentoring facilitated program. The City of Joondalup, $10,800.

2003 Walker E. A. & Bode, S.A. Thematic Business Clusters: Collaboration in the East Wanneroo Metropolitan Region. ECU-Industry Collaboration grant with The City of Wanneroo, $30,000.

2003 Walker, E. A. & Devine, J. Home-based Business (HBB) Reach-out. AusIndustry SBEP grant, $45,000.

2003 Walker, E. A. Business survey of Bellevue and Hazelmere. The City of Swan, $5,000

2002 Walker, E. A. An investigation into the needs of home-based businesses in the Wanneroo area. The City of Wanneroo, $4,995.

2002 Walker, E. A. & Brown, A. Home-based businesses in the City of Swan. ECU –Industry Collaboration Grant with the City of Swan, $45,000.

2001 Walker, E. A. & Fink, D. Malaga Business Audit. The City of Swan, $20,000.

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Research Output 2014 2017

  • 32 Citations
  • 3 h-Index
  • 10 Article
  • 2 Other output
2 Citations (Scopus)

Learning management by self-employed occupational therapists in private practice

Millsteed, J., Redmond, J. & Walker, E., 1 Apr 2017, In : Australian Occupational Therapy Journal. 64, 2, p. 113-120 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Private Practice
Learning
Small Business
Occupational Therapists
Clinical Competence
3 Citations (Scopus)

Self-employment: Is it a long-term financial strategy for women?

Redmond, J., Walker, E. A. & Hutchinson, J., 2017, In : Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. 36, 4, p. 362-375 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

self-employment
retirement
small business
savings
pay-as-you-go
2 Citations (Scopus)

Beyond business as usual: how (and why) the habit discontinuity hypothesis can inform SME engagement in environmental sustainability practices

Redmond, J., Wolfram Cox, J., Curtis, J., Kirk-Brown, A. & Walker, B., 2016, In : Australasian Journal of Environmental Management. 23, 4, p. 426-442

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

habits
discontinuity
sustainability
organizational change
conceptual framework
1 Citation (Scopus)

Passion over pragmatism: The motivation of Australian winery owners

Charters, S., Walker, B. & Brown, A., 2016, In : International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business. 29, 4, p. 512-527

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Pragmatism
Passion
Owners
Owner-managers
Wine industry
mayor
leadership
compromise
president
road

Projects 2016 2020