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312014734 Dynamic competition on disclosure timing and credibility.  
This study has two goals: 1) proposing a modified measure of competition, and 2) investigating whether a firm would strategically use the timing of and noise in its earnings forecasts in the face...
312014733 The impact of manufacturing practices on operational performance.  
The purpose of this study is to determine the underlying dimensions of manufacturing practices and to empirically test a framework identifying the relationships between manufacturing practices...
312014732 The effect of nonimmediate incentives and sponsoring organization size on mail survey response quality.  
This research reports the results of a study undertaken to determine the impact of sponsoring organization size and nonimmediate incentives on mail survey response quality. The findings indicate...
312014731 Gender diversity among leaders of US corporations.  
This study explores gender diversity in the leadership of US corporations. In particular, we study the gender diversity among the top five executive officers of the firms in the Russell 1000...
312014730 Student's attitude towards on-line and hybrid accounting courses.  
The number of hybrid and on line courses offered in higher education is increasing in recent years. We can assume that given the familiarity of younger generations with computers they will benefit...
312014729 Financial health and airline safety.  
Since deregulation of the airline industry in 1978, there has been concern that reduced profit margins from increased competition would lead airlines to under-invest in safety. This article uses...
312014728 Can audio description become more than accesibility service?  
Audio Description (AD) makes films, shows and TV programs accessible to visually impaired audience. The implementation of AD is currently very expensive, so wide adoption of this service is...
312014727 Liking for the ad and interest in purchase examined by OLS and SUR.  
A brief examination of ad likeability and interest in purchase for high and low involvement situations is presented, highlighting some recent trends in research. A sample (n=286) was exposed to...
312014726 Co-creation and personal values through hobbies.  
Consumers become more and more active part in new products and services development. Some authors name those consumers as co-creators of value and highlight their importance for marketing...
312014725 An analysis of gambling market economics.  
Gambling markets have historically provided a convenient and easily interpretable area for testing and examining efficient market questions. In sports betting the forecasted value of a wager (as...
312014724 Digitation of society: the continuum to a speciation event.  
This research paper expands on the theoretical contexts of a speciation event related to the digitization interrelationship among the business, academic and political societal norms. Based on the...
312014723 The changes in trade between Brazil and the United States turning towards China from 2000 to 2011.  
Strategic changing partnerships arise between nations that can be visualized trough commercial flows. Such changes are not always predetermined by political will, because economic forces and...
312014722 A balancing act: regulating the petroleum industry and the impacts on the global financial market?  
The recent global financial crisis provided an impetus for more regulation in the world's developed countries. More rules and regulations impacts industries still reeling from regulatory...
312014721 The challenges of delivering quality online and distance education courses.  
Distance learning is a field of education that focuses on providing an instructional system capable of delivering a quality education to students who are not physically "on-site". The School...
312014720 Strategy of a leading business in an innovative and competitive environment: KT's strategic decision in broadcating and telecommunications convergence.  
312014719 The efficacy of reviewing bankruptcy petitions to identify internal crime / employee theft as a causative factor of small business bankruptcies.  
Employee theft is a widespread problem for companies of all sizes, particularly small businesses where profit margins are often meager and anti-fraud controls such as segregation of duties are...
312014718 An exploration of salesperson job satisfaction in India using P-E fit constructs.  
Job satisfaction is an important variable in organization behavior and sales management. This study explored the impact of person-job fit and person-organization fit on the job satisfaction,...
312014717 Determinants of online auction success.  
Many online auctions fail to attract bidders, thus not leading to an eventual sale. The purpose of this study is to investigate a variety of factors that may determine the likelihood of a sale for...
312014716 An assessment of factors that influence recruitment of MIS majors.  
The use of information technology in the workplace has increased substantially over the last two decades and success in today's work environment demands a high degree of technological literacy....
312014715 Bringing technologies to market: a first step approach of fold-in structures and its possible application in medical engineering.  
Innovations are one of the key drivers for competitiveness in a global market. There are various sources where innovations can be emerged from. Focussing on technology push innovations, which are...
312014714 Marketing managers, formal marketing education and the rating of the importance of competencies.  
Marketing capabilities can be divided into higher level and mid-level capabilities. Research has shown that there is a positive relationship between both types of capabilities and firm...
312014713 Providing cost accounting support for lean initiatives.  
Lean management was introduced, because old management and accounting practices were not deemed to be sufficient to obtain cost efficiencies of the magnitude required to keep companies...
312014712 Managing employee expectations in South Asia: the case of employees of multinational companies in Bangladesh.  
Managers of Multinational Corporations (MNCs) face many challenges in managing a culturally diverse workforce. One key aspect to consider in the management of human resources is the employment...
312014711 A meta-theoretical model of ethics in business organizations.  
This paper presents a new approach to the study of ethical decision-making in business by integrating both prescriptive and empirical approaches to the study of business ethics...
312014710 A welcome note from the managing editors.  
312014709 An assessment of an interactive online training course at a placement and business services.  
An Assessment of an Interactive Online Training Course at a Placement and Business Service: Applied Dissertation, Nova Southeastern University, Fischler School of Education and Human Services.
312014708 The mirror of survival of family business: interpreting business CEO failure through family.  
This paper draws from Weitzel and Jonsson (1989)' organizational decline theory to better explain the steps of family business CEO failure including misunderstanding, inertia, defective decision...
312014707 India's role in facilitating reconstruction in Afghanistan.  
The present paper analyses India's role in the reconstruction of the terror-torn economy of its neighbour and SAARC co-member, Afghanistan. There might be a mix of political, economic...
312014706 You're so vain ... want to buy a counterfeit product? An exploratory study of vanity and counterfeit product purchase.  
Counterfeiting, the reproduction of legitimate products for profit, has impacted the global economy drastically and is valued at $600 billion. The current research (n = 129) explores the...
312014705 Business ethics and Buddhism.  
In attempting to embrace and implement ethical practices in business organizations, many US corporations have failed. One of the main problems is that the prevailing ethical model focuses too much...
312014704 Dividend stability and retained earnings.  
Firms reporting cash dividends in CRSP are separated into three groups based upon cash dividend pattern. Firms within each group have different numbers of repeated observations as well as...
312014703 Trust, perceived ease of use, and perceived usefulness toward attitude of students in learning web-based ERP simulator.  
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) refers to software or business concepts that link operations and intra-company processes. Even though the enterprise software market will continue to grow...
312014702 A good fit: increasing online learner outcomes and satisfaction.  
A rise in online learning opportunities motivates us to better understand the linkage between systems and eLearner perceived outcomes and satisfaction. Despite wide adoption of eLearning, there...
312014701 Utilizing social network for corporate social responsibility reporting: a technology acceptance framework.  
Based on technology acceptance model, this study investigates the impacts of perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness on utilizing of online social network for corporate social...
312014700 The earnings puzzle: why do women earn less than men?  
Since World War II, female workers have constituted a significant portion of the U.S. labor force. Yet, despite anti-discrimination laws and changing attitudes regarding gender roles, females...
312014699 Can they defer the cellular lure? College students' self-control and cell phone usage.  
For many college students, monitoring one's cell phone has become an automatic response. It is proposed that students' ability to refrain from use of their cell phone, particularly in...
312014698 An effective active approach for teaching accounting in the 21st century: using active learning, an on-line course management system, and a student response system.  
Many studies (Raux and Smith, 2007, Bonwell and Eison, 1991, Meyers and Jones, 1993, Raux, 2004, Smith and Meador, 2001) have shown that students retain more information when active learning is...
312014697 Audit ethics and audit outcome of CPAs in Thailand.  
This study aims at examining the effects of audit ethics on audit outcome of certified public accountants (CPAs) in Thailand. Audit ethics consists of trustworthiness, respect, responsibility,...
312014696 How do consumers perceive/respond to messages from ex-companies?  
Marketing literature has addressed how companies acquire new customers and/or how they may retain current customers with customer relationship management programs. Only a few academic studies,...
312014695 Design of experiments based on binary logic.  
The term "diagnostics" is normally used to refer to the process of identifying some incorrectly operating components in a particular system. The fault symptoms are, however, usually discovered in...
312014694 A longitudinal study of female undergraduates.  
American women now receive the majority of both bachelor and advanced college degrees. However, those with fulltime jobs earn only 78% of what male workers earn. During the 1980s and into the...
312014693 An empirical study on why consumers replace information technology products.  
This study theorises and validates a model of consumer replacing of information technology products by drawing upon migration theory from human geography. Push, pull, and mooring factors suggested...
312014692 How does the market react to proxy fights?  
This study examines how the market reacts to proxy fights. The study reveals that the market does not respond positively to proxy fights. Neither the management nor the activists are winners. When...
312014691 Capital structure and value generation: study about Brazil's retail sector companies.  
In face of the dynamism of the market and above all, the competiveness of the companies, the retail sector has demonstrated quite a lot of aggressiveness concerning the market exploration. To pant...
312014690 The influence of contextual factors on teachers' entrepreneurial intentions in Uganda: the moderating role of cultural and institutional dimensions.  
The entrepreneurship teacher is a key factor in the promotion of entrepreneurship education, and hence should practice what he/she teaches by, at minimum, exhibiting a positive attitude towards...
312014689 Audit review practice, audit report efficiency, audit performance, and audit quality of certified public accountants (CPAs) in Thailand.  
This study investigates the effects of audit review practice, audit report efficiency and audit performance on audit quality of CPAs in Thailand. Audit knowledge, audit standard compliance, and...
312014688 A welcome note from the managing editors.  
312014412 The lonely shopper: how self-regulation mediates the relationship between loneliness and impulsive buying.  
Loneliness is a common and distressing problem for millions of Americans. People adopt a variety of strategies to mitigate the aversive and painful emotional experience, such as rebuilding social...
312014411 Investigating the influence of subsidiary initiatives on the relationship between head office and subsidiary.  
This research is underpinned by the resource dependence theory in investigating the relationships of precedent subsidiary initiatives with influence of subsidiaries and autonomy of subsidiaries...
312014410 Embedding a mentoring program within a university business course.  
In this paper, we examine the benefits and challenges of embedding a cross-cultural student mentoring program within a business course structure. In all, 136 students undertaking a second-year...