Comparative Business Ethics – Idealism and Relativism in Light of Empirical Researches in Eight CEE Countries, Finland, and Turkey
There are some factors determining business ethics: the situation of the individual, culture, age, gender, marital status and many other factors. Different ethical, ideological questions may arise from the characteristics of persons (age, gender, status), organizational identity, but depend
This study examines the relationship between outsourcing strategies and organizational effectiveness of oil companies in Rivers state. The study employed a cross-sectional research survey. Accessible population for the study is ten (10) selected oil companies. A total of 998 staffs were surveyed.
This research intended to find the character education model in early childhood based on Javanese culture in Semarang City, Indonesia. The research was designed with systematic steps in the form of the process of action, reflection, evaluation, and innovation by applying
Frequently, issues of uncertainties and its dynamics are related to outsourcing in the domain of facilities management (FM) as well as the various activities of the core business. The concept of core business has frequently been discussed in the last decades when
Lately, the issue of black money and corruption has appeared into the forefront following a sequence of scandalous activities regarding finance. Generation of black money and it is stashing abroad in tax havens has predominated discussions and debate in public
This paper analyzes the application layer of Internet Big Data in China from the perspective of Information Entropy, which studies the evolution and characteristics of the big data application layer in China. The application layer faces public users directly, from which the feedback effects