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Social capital's role in humanitarian crises
(Oxford Academic, 2020)
The growing scale and persistence of humanitarian crises constitute a critical problem for nation-states, aid organizations, and crisis-affected people around the world. Many in the fields of disaster response and ...
Institutional Voids and Innovation Governance: A Conceptual Exposition of the Open versus Closed Architecture Choice
The choice of open versus closed innovation is shaped by the interplay between firms' analytical orientation and the institutional conditions within firms' operating environments. Whereas there is a plethora of research ...
Investigating the drivers of product innovation in emerging markets: The African perspective
African firms have made significant progress in product innovation over the past decade through human capital development efforts and firm competitiveness. Undoubtedly, both human capital development and firm competitiveness ...
Sustainable Human Resource Management in the Context of Sustainable Tourism and Sustainable Development in Africa: Problems and Prospects
Employment and workforce issues have been largely overlooked in sustainable tourism and efforts to address this shortcoming have drawn on sustainable human resource management (SustHRM) without regard to limitations of ...