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Personal lives? The effects of nonwork behaviors on organizational image
Organizational leaders may respond to employee nonwork behaviors because of the possible influence on organizational image. We describe a typology of nonwork behaviors and discuss their potential implications for ...
The Evolving Role of Supply Chain Managers in global Channels of Distribution and Logistics Systems
(Emerald Group, 2014-09)
Purpose – Supply chains have become a strategic strength to many firms due to the nature of the globalization of business. The past roles of supply chain managers have changed dramatically and now also include various ...
Optimal multi-period consumption and investment with short-sale constraints
This article examines agents’ consumption-investment problem in a multi-period pure exchange economy where agents are constrained with the short-sale of state-dependent risky contingent claims. In equilibrum, agents ...
Role of bank credit on local growth: do politics and crisis matter?
Although state-owned banks are expected to promote the growth of less-developed regions, especially in developing economies, several cross-country studies report that lending by state banks is associated with the inefficient ...
Who pays the most cigarette tax in Turkey
(BMJ Publishing Group, 2015)
Background Although higher taxation of tobacco products is considered the most cost-effective tobacco control policy, its negative impact on low-income groups is one of the arguments used against it. Objective To investigate ...
Purchase order finance: a conceptual model with economic insights
(Now Publishers Inc, 2017)
Purchase Order (PO) finance is a form of financial intermediation which can alleviate capital constraints in certain supply chains. PO finance is typically utilized by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that operate ...
Subsidiary marketing strategy implementation (SMSI): the missing link of international marketing strategy research
(Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2011)
Inventory performance with pooling: evidence from mergers and acquisitions
Theoretical studies show that compared to decentralized inventory management, (i) pooling inventories for different demand sources decreases the optimal safety stock, which in turn decreases inventory costs and (ii) the ...
Strategic alignment and new product development: drivers and performance effects
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2012)
Strategic alignment is widely accepted as a prerequisite for a firm's success, but insight into the role of alignment in, and its impact on, the new product development (NPD) process and its performance is less well ...
Political connection, bank credits and growth: evidence from Turkey
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2011)
The pervasive existence of government-owned banks in emerging economies is often justified by their provision of access to credit in remote and underdeveloped regions that are ignored by private banks. This paper analyses ...