Given the fact that Bulgarian customers only recently received the possibility to taste imported wines, we find that foreign wines are evaluated mainly through the prejudice of past knowledge, not linked to the actual product.
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How Engineering and Business Schools can benefit from Using Regionalization in a Globalized World-Insights from Kant and Chaos Theory
The purpose of the article is to show how Chinese engineering schools and business schools can benefit from using a regional approach in a globalized world.
Human Values and Reaction to CSR Announcements: A Cross-National Comparison with Emphasis on U.S.–Global Differences
While the results suggest that CSR announcements have a significant influence on the opinion about company CSR initiatives, we observe a difference between students in the U.S. and students in other countries.
The organization should define the information it needs to learn from projects and should establish a system for identifying, collecting, storing, updating and retrieving information.
Towards Optimal Cooperation and Job Performance: The Impact of Leadership on Role Ambiguity and Role Conflict
The critical importance of role stressors which include role ambiguity and role stressors is considered to be critical since understanding these role stressors clearly enables policymakers and leaders to take necessary measures which can be used to increase the job performance and cooperation among employees.
The local dilemma about liberalization or intervention shall be solved by each local government by applying principles of subsidiarity and proportionality to local values and circumstances.
This process is highly efficient for printing companies and also for bookstores as well. Bookstores should be no exception in being Print-on-demand printer owners.
The new law of “Family Entrepreneurship” was introduced in the Republic of Uzbekistan on the 26th April, 2012. Enforcement of this law has brought many changes in the domain of entrepreneurship.
Consumers’ Demographic Differences and the Country-of-Origin Effects on Evaluations of Product Categories: An International Study
The aim of this study is to fill in a gap in Country-of-Origin (COO) studies by assessing the relationship between COO and consumer decision-making processes in Morocco, an emerging market, and non-Western Mediterranean country and culture.
A contradiction of genesis and evolution of the global ownership and control mechanisms of the world economic system become the essential problem of the international political economy.