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Corporate governance: board leadership
Organizing collaborative works among female academic authorship in the creative industries: academic creativity embraces diversity
This article explores female authorship and editorship on books published in the field of creative industries among scholarly and commercial publishers. There is a growing debate in the academia of the underrepresentation ...
Spaces of possibilities: workers’ self-management in Greece
Bribery and corruption: modus operandi or unethical practice?
(28th International Business Research Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 2014-09-09)
Employment decisions amongst seasonal worker in the Japanese Ski industry
(International Business Research Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 2014-09-08)
A Quantitative Analysis of Social Capital in Mexico
(Well-being and Social Policy Journal, 2014)
Social capital has been related to efiiciency in markets (Arrow, 1972), contract reinforcement (Durlauf and Fafchamps, 2004) and in general to development and welfare (Keefer and Knack 1997; Putnam 2000; Knack and Zak ...
When Reflections are Beneficial to Entrepreneurial Learning?
Objectives: the purpose of the article is to stress the importance of reflections through transformative learning in the entrepreneurship education.Organisations work in highly dynamic and competitive environments (House ...
Boundary management in an ICT-enabled project-based organising context
This paper explores the boundaries that emerge and exist within an information and communication technology (ICT)-enabled project-based organising context and the ways knowledge workers manage these boundaries through the ...
A common-weights DEA model for centralized resource reduction and target setting
Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is a powerful tool for measuring the relative efficiency for a set of Decision Making Units (DMUs) that transform multiple inputs into multiple outputs. In centralized decision-making systems, ...