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
This research aims to develop quality management system ISO 9001. The result of an introductory study in analyzing the existing condition of the management system of Pasundan School of Economic Bandung has not been optimal because it is assumed
Special Economic Zones as an Engine of Regional Economic Development: the best Practices and Implications for Uzbekistan
Special economic zones (SEZs) are considered as an effective tool to stimulate industrialization and structural transformation, but only when implemented properly in the right context. The aim of the paper is to review the existing practices of establishment
Previous studies show that there is an influence of self-efficacy on task performance. However, there is not much research that relates those variables with job satisfaction and task performance. Therefore, this research aims to know the influence of self-efficacy on satisfaction
Foreign Direct Investment is considered as one of the most common types of capital flows especially in the case of developing countries. FDI has a significant impact on the economic growth of host country and stability of its macroeconomic indicators.
This paper presents operational performance analysis using DEA which is short for data envelopment analysis. The study focuses on 9 South African commercial airports. These were divided into different hub groups according to their size.
This paper aims to establish a model of structural equations that summarizes the degree of incidence of variables related to job satisfaction in organizations. It starts from the identification of the variables to analyze according to the literature on the subject
An Assessment of Risk Management Practices of SME Taxpayers in Malawi and their Impact on Tax Compliance
This study assesses understanding of Risk, and extent of risk management practices in Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) taxpayers in Malawi, subsequently, investigates their relationship with financial performance and tax compliance.