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A lost century in Economics: Three theories of banking and the conclusive evidence
How do banks operate and where does the money supply come from? The financial crisis has heightened awareness that these questions have been unduly neglected by many researchers. During the past century, three different ...
Reflexive Introspection: Methodological Insights From Four Ethnographic Studies
This article contributes to scholarly knowledge relating to the methodological significance of reflexivity within consumer research by bringing fresh insights relating to the interplay between researcher and informant ...
Connecting demand and supply: The role of intermediation in public procurement of innovation
Intermediation in innovation serves to establish or improve the link between different actors with complementary skill sets or interests in order to support the generation and diffusion of innovation. This article ...
The Role of Marketing Resources in Radical Innovation Activity: Antecedents and Payoffs
(Journal of Product Innovation Management, 2015-08-17)
While radical product innovations represent significant engines of firm growth, questions remain over whether marketing helps or hurts (1) a firm’s radical product innovation activity and (2) its rewards from radical product ...
Does Improvisation Help or Hinder Planning in Determining Export Success? Decision Theory Applied to Exporting
(AMA journals, 2015)
Exporting enables organizations to diversify risk and generate multiple income streams. In turn, the ability to make good export decisions is purported to be a main determinant of performance. Although substantive export ...
Strategy development: Driving improvisation in Malaysia
Improvisation is vital for strategy development, but there remains a lack of understanding about this phenomenon. This emerges directly from the insufficient investigation of its drivers and context. This paper extends ...
Confianza y capital social: evidencia para Mexico
(Economía, Sociedad y Territorio, 2015-01-01)
Humanitarian Engineering: A Route to Systemic Entrepreneurship Application across Africa
(Palgrave Pivot, 2015-01-01)
Humanitarian engineering across the UK has been a steadily growing area of pedagogical practice to enhance the knowledge of engineering students by applying their skills in global scenarios. These scenarios are different ...
Ethical marketing in Vietnam, Cambodia, the Philippines and Indonesia
(Chandos Publishing, 2015-02-15)
The goal of this chapter is to look at the mounting interest in marketing ethics by government regulators, marketing and communication professionals and the general public in Vietnam, Cambodia, Philippines, and Indonesia. ...