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Publications for Michelle Richey

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Journal Articles

Richey, M and Brooks, JW (2023) New development: from aid to empowerment—making refugee policy more sustainable, Public Money & Management, 44(1), pp.85-89, ISSN: 0954-0962. DOI: 10.1080/09540962.2023.2238912.

Richey, M, Brooks, J, Ravishankar, MN (2022) Building self-determination of disadvantaged groups: insights from an entrepreneurship focused program for refugees, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 28(7), pp.1828-1850, ISSN: 1355-2554. DOI: 10.1108/IJEBR-10-2021-0806.

Richey, M, Gonibeed, A, Ravishankar, MN (2018) The perils and promises of self-disclosure on social media, Information Systems Frontiers, ISSN: 1572-9419. DOI: 10.1007/s10796-017-9806-7.

Richey, M and Ravishankar, MN (2017) The role of frames and cultural toolkits in establishing new connections for social media innovation, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 144, pp.325-333, ISSN: 0040-1625. DOI: 10.1016/j.techfore.2017.07.026.

Richey, M, Ravishankar, MN, Coupland, C (2016) Exploring situationally inappropriate social media posts: an impression management perspective, Information Technology and People, ISSN: 0959-3845. DOI: 10.1108/ITP-03-2015-0045.


Richey, M, Ram, M, Munoz, P (Accepted for publication) Re-examining mechanisms for engaged scholarship in entrepreneurship studies. In British Academy of Management Conference 2022, Alliance Business School, Manchester, England.

Richey, M, Randall, R, Ram, M, Panicker, V, Ravishankar, MN (Accepted for publication) Doing Business in a Hidden City: Entrepreneurship in Kakuma Refugee Camp. In 13th International Symposium on Process Organization Studies, Theme: Organizing on the Precipice: Process Studies in Extreme Contexts. Rhodes, Greece, Rhodes, Greece.

Brooks, J, Richey, M, Ravishankar, MN (2021) Enabling non-profits to transform the value of donations through digital platforms: the case of eBay’s ‘Charity Connect’ initiative. In ICIS 2021; ICIS 2021 Proceedings, Austin, Texas, USA,ISBN: 9781733632591.

Richey, M (Accepted for publication) Entrepreneurship driven innovations in Africa: leading global best practice. In Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME 26, Birmingham, 2022), Aston University, Birmingham, UK.

Richey, M (Accepted for publication) Refugee Business Support – Innovations and Capacity Building in Africa. In Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME 24, Birmingham, 2020), Birmingham (virtual conference).

Brooks, J, Ravishankar, MN, Richey, M (Accepted for publication) Restoring refugees self-determination and the promise of entrepreneurship. In SIRIUS Conference, Glasgow Caledonian University, August, 2019, Glasgow, Scotland.

Richey, M and Ravishankar, MN (Accepted for publication) Making social good financially sustainably: A hybrid organizing perspective. In 13th Organization Studies Workshop, Responding to Disruption, Displacement and Division: Organizing for Social and Institutional Change, Samos, Greece, 2018, Samos, Greece.

Richey, M and Ravishankar, MN (2017) Constructing failure: a frame analysis of entrepreneurial failure blogs. In British Academy of Management, Warwick University, United Kingdom.

Richey, M, Ravishankar, MN, Coupland, C (2015) The sociomaterial triggers of inappropriate social media posts. In Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia.


Richey, M, Randall, R, Donbesuur, F (2023) Refugee entrepreneurship survey 2023.

Richey, M, Randall, R, Ram, M, Ravishankar, MN (2022) The power of nurturing refugee businesses, pp.1-36.

Richey, M, Brooks, J, Ravishankar, MN (2021) eBay's Charity Connect Programme: A case of nonprofit digital enablement, eBay (UK).

Richey, M, Randall, R, Brooks, J, Ravishankar, MN (2021) UK refugee entrepreneurship pilot scheme, Centre for Entrepreneurs, UK Home Office, National Lottery Community Fund.

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