The working hypothesis of the paper is that the authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina have a marginal role when it comes to encouraging the development and implementation of innovations and statistical monitoring of innovation business processes, which results with the lack of innovation activities in companies in Bosnia and Herzegovina and has a negative impact on their business.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
ISSN 1849-5419 (print)
ISSN 1849-5664 (online)
The increase of China investment represents both opportunities and challenges for Latin American economies and suggests where these investments should be more concentrated, taking into consideration both continents and sectors.
The findings show that attraction of foreign direct investment, governance related factors and approaches used in the post reforms period are more vital in driving divergence in growth performance between the two countries.
Attitude and Behavioral Intention towards Reducing Carbon Footprints in the Environment: an Empirical Study of Fiji
Fiji needs to significantly raise the bar in its awareness campaigns about the negative impacts of Tourism as citizens need to/have the right to know its negative impacts.
Specific nature of the luxury products and the premium price are determining the purchase intensity.
Money laundering or the financial means of organized crime are extremely difficult to tackle due to various reasons.
Algerian people trust toward their financial institutions remains low, while the SRI approach is likely to strengthen it.
In order to increase the share of small business and entrepreneurship there is a need to systematically improve the mechanisms of state regulation of organization and registration processes of business entities.
Every country seeks to encourage its economic growth yet, it is impossible to do so without an important factor – capital.
Exploring Human Resource Management System of Saudi Electricity Company: A Review of Policies for Effective Workforce Management
The value of the conducted case study is that other Saudi Arabian companies can learn and implement similar policies from a successful Saudi Arabian case, instead of blindly copying western management practices.