An Introduction to Empiric Approach to the Resource Curse Phenomenon in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)
The dependence on natural resources exports and its effects on economic growth represent one of the fields of study in political economy. This paper represents an empiric analysis of sets of macroeconomic data for several Small Island Developing States (SIDS)
Universities and government agencies play a major role in companies’ Research and Development operations. The company’s staff obtains a major part of their knowledge in the organization throughout practice and learning.
Corporate Governance System and Entrepreneurial Orientation in the Banking Sector: Evidence from a Developing Country
Streams of literature on Corporate Governance System (CGS) and Entrepreneurial Orientation (EO) dwelt mainly on the association or effect of CGS dimensions: such as board structure, board size and tenure, on limited aspects of EO.
Does Cross-Culture Human Resource Management Affect Performance of International Organizations? Evidence from Rwanda
The interaction of employees in subsidiaries of international companies both from the parent and host countries pose a challenge to those handling human resource management issues due to differences in national cultures of those who work in the subsidiaries.
Exploring the benefits of CSI on the growth of emerging SMEs in Namibia: Evidences from Lock and Keys
This paper investigates how CSI implementation leads to business growth among the emerging SMEs. The study focuses mainly on the roles of the management in implementing CSI, the CSI benefits, as well as the challenges of implementing CSI