Launching the June issue of the KBS Research Bulletin 2020/21 series featuring an article co-authored by Assistant Dean Research, Dr Deirdre O'Loughlin with colleagues Carol Kelleher, Cork University Business School, University College Cork, Johanna Gummerus, Hanken School of Economics, Finland and Lisa Peñaloza, KEDGE Business School, France. Set within a family caring context, this study adopts a relational perspective to examine the interdependences between multiple actors in service systems and explores how this impacts both the coordination of value cocreation and wellbeing outcomes. Please see the link to the issue: KBS Bulletin June 2021.pdf
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