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Business Intelligence Journal January, 2011 Vol.4 No.1

Business Intelligence Journal
Volume 4 - Number 1 - January 2011 - Semiannual Publication The Business Intelligence Journal (BIJ) is published by the Business Intelligence Service of London, UK (BIS) in collaboration with the European Business School (Cambridge, UK) and the Business Management and Economics Department at the School of Doctoral Studies of the European Union (Brussels, Belgium), as semiannual open access content publication. Editorial Note Profile of Authors Included in this Number Information for Contributors 1 2 4 9


Effects of Top Turkish Managers’ Emotional and Spiritual Intelligences on their Organizations’ Financial Performance Evren Ayranci Legal, Economic and Business Insights of Corporate Social Responsibility Arman A. Grigoryan Review of Risk Management Methods Robert Stern, José Carlos Arias Competitiveness Criteria and Possible Recovery Strategies for Petrochemical Business Nikola Luburic Valuation of a Mexican Sugar Mill and Driving Value Factors Carlos Acosta Calzado Bridging the Trust Deficit: U.S. Financial Institutions, Consumer Risk, and the Hormone of Love Ronald Katz Basic Analytical Tools Application in Business to Addressing Consumer Behaviors, Teambuilding, and Necessity José Carlos Arias Developing an Strategy for Mobin Petrochemical Company by Using Balanced Scorecard Attitude S.Ali Hadawy, Naser Poursadegh, Nader Bohlouli Zeinab, Reza Khavandi Strategic Management in Today’s Complex World Bilal Afsar Organizational Climate as a Predictor of Employee Job Satisfaction: Evidence from Covenant University Anthonia Adenike Application of Analytic Hierarchy Process and Heuristic Algorithm in Solving Vendor Selection Problem Tanmoy Chakraborty, Tamal Ghosh, Pranab K Dan The Analysis of Bilateral Trade: The Case of D8 Zahra Nikbakht, Leili Nikbakht Earnings Smoothing and Earnings Predictability Mohammad A. Hamzavi, Abbas Aflatooni Business Intelligence Journal - January, 2011 Vol.4 No.1

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© Copyright 2011: IIU Press and Research Centre A.C. This is an open access content publication recognized by the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition of the European Union (SPARC Europe) and distributed worldwide by the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) of the Lund University Libraries (Lund, Sweden). Printed in Canada. ISBN: 978-1-4251-8179-6 ISSN: 1918-2325


Business Intelligence Journal



Business Intelligence Service London, UK

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Seal of the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (Granted to the Business Intelligence Journal on the 20th day of August, 2008)

In collaboration with the European Business School, Cambridge, UK and the School of Doctoral Studies of the European Union based in Brussels, Belgium, the Business Intelligence Service of London, UK (BIS) publishes the Business Intelligence Journal (BIJ) as a semi-annual scientific and academic open access journal, which includes research analysis and inquiry into issues of importance to the international business community. Articles within the BIJ examine emerging trends and concerns, among others, in the areas of general management, business law, public responsibility and ethics, marketing theory and applications, business finance and investment, general business research, business and economics education, production/operations management, organizational behavior and theory, strategic management policy, management organization, statistics and econometrics, personnel development and industrial relations, technology and innovation, case studies and management information systems. The goal of the BIJ is to broaden the knowledge of business professionals and academicians by including valuable insight to business-related information, by fostering cutting-edge research work and by providing open access to original research,...
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