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Achieving Strategic Consensus through Individuals’ Social Practice: The Perspective of Kuwaiti Managers
It has been established that successful communication and implementation of organisational strategies is highly relevant to the understanding and commitment of internal stakeholders to this strategy. Termed strategic ...
Corporate Social Responsibility, Social Justice and the Global Food Supply Chain
Food is a source of nourishment, a cause for celebration, an inducement to temptation, a means of influence, and signifies good health and well-being. Together with other life enhancing goods such as clean water, unpolluted ...
Towards Sustainable Development in the Arab Middle East and North Africa Region: A Longitudinal Analysis of Environmental Disclosure in Corporate Annual Reports
This paper presents the first comprehensive analysis of corporate environmental disclosure (CED) in the Arab MENA region. Using a detailed research instrument containing 55 items, content analysis of the annual reports of ...
Mapping the technologies of spatial (in)justice in the Anthropocene
(Taylor and Francis, 2016)
(Edward Elgar, 2015)
Network governance in Russia: an analytical framework
(Taylor and Francis, 2016-06-10)
This article questions the widely held notions of Russian exceptionalism as regards its state–society relations, arguing that the conceptual tools used to study governance in other regions and contexts are applicable in ...
Prediction of financial strength ratings using machine learning and conventional techniques
(LLC Consulting Publishing Company Business Perspectives, 2017-12-26)
Financial strength ratings (FSRs) have become more significant particularly since the recent financial crisis of 2007-09 where rating agencies failed to forecast defaults and the downgrade of some banks. The aim of this ...
Visions of Europe: emerging challenges for the European project in the aftermath of the 2014 European Parliament elections
(Cambridge University Press, 2016-05-24)
The European Union (EU) is facing a profound political crisis of leadership, legitimacy, and purpose. This article provides an analysis of these key dimensions of crisis. It does so by examining the way in which they ...
Impulse balance and framing effects in threshold public good games
In this paper, we revisit the evidence for framing effects in threshold public good games. Our particular focus is on why the probability of providing the public good appears to be higher in positive, give frames compared ...
Predictability of Stock Returns based on the Partial Least Squares Methodology
Empirical evidence on the predictability of aggregate stock returns has shown that many commonly used predictor variables have little power to predict the market out-of-sample. However, a recent paper by Kelly and Pruitt ...