Major changes in rules and regulations
Since the Enron collapsed an array of new laws and regulations has been adopted to tighten corporate oversight. US offices were the first one to come out and implement the policies. Almost all of the firms had their headquarters in the US and they replicated t...
MG429: Consider Ganovetter’s claim “economic action is embedded in social relations” and the evidence on the role of social identity and social status in markets.
Part I: How do identity and status influence economic action in the market context?
What opportunities do they open and...
Corporate governance is not for small companies and organizations. Analytically comment with examples.
This paper attempts to make an analytical comment, with examples, on the assertion that corporate governance is not for small companies and organizations. This will be done after the...
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Customer Trust in the Salesperson: An Integrative Review and Meta-Analysis of the Empirical Literature
John E. Swan Michael R. Bowers Lynne D. Richardson
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM
The development of trust between salespeople and their customers has traditionally been considered a crit...
Why do firms hold so much cash? A tax-based explanation∗
C. Fritz Foley Harvard University and NBER Jay C. Hartzell† McCombs School of Business The University of Texas at Austin Sheridan Titman McCombs School of Business The University of Texas at Austin and NBER Garry Twite School of Finance a...
Knowledge management in projects
- a study of small consulting firms
Luleå University of Technology
Computer and systems science
Department of Business Administration and Social Sciences
Division of Information Systems Sciences
2010:261 - ISSN: 1402-1773 - ISRN: LTU-C...
Firms’ Brand Equity and Positioning
Brand equity is essentially an expression of a brand's value or strength. Building a reputation in business takes a lot of time and effort. Before the modern age, managers determined their brand equity by gathering information from clients, friends, partner...
The International Journal of Human Resource Management
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Performance management effectiveness: lessons from worldleading firms
a a b
, Elaine Farndale & Jaa...
RenewableS 2011 GLOBAL STATUS REPORT
Ren21 STeeRInG COMMITTee
Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber Ministry of Foreign Affairs United Arab Emirates Øivind Johansen Ministry of Petroleum and Energy Norway Mahama Kappiah ECOWAS Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE) Cape V...
Competitive Strategies for Challenger Firms
What is a competitive strategy?
A competitive strategy is the approach that a company takes to distinguish itself from various competitors, and go about the task of obtaining customers. The idea is to increase the demand for the goods and servi...
State Ownership, Tax Status, and Size Effect of Effective Tax Rate in China
Liansheng Wu Yaping Wang Paul Gillis Wei Luo Guanghua School of Management, Peking University
Abstract This paper examines how firm size, state ownership and tax status jointly affect effective tax rates. It is found tha...
Survival and growth of small firms
Peacock (2000) argues that small business is different from large corporations by small size and rate of turnover and failure rate. According to Small Business Association, two-thirds of newly founded firms can survive within the first 2 years an...
1.1 Background to the Study
Economics is a social science that studies human behavior as a relationship between ends and scarce means, which have alternative uses (Robinson ). Human wants are unlimited or insatiable and the resources to satisfy these wants ar...
Training and Performance in Small Firms
1. Jane Bryan
1. Cardiff Business School, UK
This article explores the relationship between training and growth in small manufacturing businesses. Research on training undertaken at the macro-level highlights a series of earnings and...
This research aims to discuss about the Sin Tax Bill, its causes prior to its implementation and the lasting effect it will brought forth to the country’s people as well as to the economy.
It has finally arrived! The issue of having ‘sin’ taxes finally...