This paper contributes to understanding the usage patterns of e-services provided by governmental, healthcare, and educational institutions. We link the propensity of using the three different types of e-services to the socio-demographic and economic characteristics of the respondents.
Performance Appraisal Fairness on Employees’ Performance in the Nigeria Television Authority (Nta), Abuja, Nigeria
The research paper suggests that the NTA management should endeavour to ensure that their appraisal rating invariably encompasses distributive, procedural and interactional fairness to ensure improved performance at all times.
The Vulnerability of a Small, Open Economy in A Situation of Global Fiscal Crisis: The Impact of the Greek Debt Crisis on the Foreign Direct Investments to Macedonia
My focus of this research is on exploring how the process of Financial Liberalization (FL) of the Macedonian economy affected capital flows in the form of foreign direct investments (FDI) in the private sector and how the recent Greek crisis of 2008 has impacted on this.
This paper first briefly introduces the development and functions of TikTok to provide a basis for understanding the network. Within this paper, the focus in the content of TikTok is set on the field of Learning Nuggets and Casual Learning.
The research paper indicates an increase simplification of communication systems and collective web services with the idea of the knowledge society. So, this issue deserves deeper consideration and contribution to reflect on the issue of dissemination of the knowledge society.
The paper describes motivation as persistence that is shown by teachers and learners in the learning environment towards achieving a learning goal. In both the teaching and business context a distinction can be made between intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation.
In this paper shown how tougher competition, generated by large market size or trade, induces stronger incentives to reduce marginal cost for the more-productive firms while the opposite holds for the less-productive firms; this further affects the selection of heterogeneous producers into the domestic and foreign markets.
Revisiting Sproles and Kendall’s Consumer Styles Inventory (CSI) in the 21st Century: A Case of Australian Consumers Decision-Making Styles in the Context of High and Low-Involvement Purchases
The findings of this research will expand the scientific literature on the relationship between product involvement and CDMS. Knowing that Australians are ‘rational’ and ‘quality conscious’ buyers, managers can employ CDMS to analyse consumers’ needs and develop segmented marketing messages and strategies.
Poland has recently joined the countries interested in popularizing the idea of clusters. Some specialized cluster studies have been carried out in Poland identifying clusters. This article gives an overview on policy support, formation and the functioning of clusters in Poland.
Employer Branding – A Human Resource Strategy for Companies in a Turbulent Environment Based on the Example of Northern Austria
This paper addresses employer branding as a sustainable strategy for companies, located in the border region of Northern Austria, to manage their human resources. Based on the results, companies in the target region require an enhanced human resource strategy in order to be visible for potential employees and to retain existing employees.