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FedEx: Obtaining Corporate Sponsored Research

James Wetherbe
2016 Entrepreneur and Innovation Exchange  
The MISRC has had 25 corporate sponsors over the years.  ...  It illustrates well the win/win possibilities of corporate sponsored research. By the way, guess how many colleagues thought I had a chance of getting a $1 million commitment from a one-hour meeting?  ... 
doi:10.17919/x9s88d fatcat:p4efoj2uizarbgrxicrulaf3qq

Corporate-sponsored foundations and earnings management

Christine M. Petrovits
2006 Journal of Accounting & Economics  
Specifically, corporate-sponsored private foundations allow firms to maintain stable levels of giving to charitable causes while providing substantial discretion as to the amount of contribution expense  ...  In the wake of recent corporate governance scandals, corporate philanthropy has received increased attention.  ...  Corporate Philanthropy Methods of Corporate Philanthropy Corporations contributed over $12.2 billion to charity in 2002 (Giving USA, 2003) , including an estimated $3.4 billion from corporate-sponsored  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jacceco.2005.12.001 fatcat:rgn5hnhzvfcd5ovzl6saqvseqi

Assessing the Market Value of Sponsoring: Corporate Olympic Sponsorships

Anthony D. Miyazaki, Angela G. Morgan
2001 Journal of Advertising Research  
They also represent very large ex- penditures for corporate sponsors.  ...  MORGAN Clemson University Assessing Market Value of Event Sponsoring: Corporate Olympic Sponsorships While the use of event sponsoring, particularly in the form of sports-reiated sponsorships  ... 
doi:10.2501/jar-41-1-9-15 fatcat:kdjtmdngz5gypjvvjbgin33ddy

Poverty Alleviation in China: The Rise of State-Sponsored Corporate Paternalism

Camille Boullenois
2020 China Perspectives  
On the other hand, however, the case of X County shows that local business owners are divided in their reactions to state-sponsored corporate paternalism.  ...  Overall, the Chinese approach to rural poverty alleviation highlights the emergence of a state-sponsored corporate paternalism that strengthens local hierarchies of wealth and power.  ... 
doi:10.4000/chinaperspectives.10456 fatcat:hkroxmymvfhllouegdwen4tsx4

Sustainable Urban Event Practice: the Role of Corporate Sponsors within Gauteng

Felicite Ann Fairer-Wessels, Nicolette Malherbe
2011 Urban Forum  
In-depth interviews with corporate events sponsors within the Gauteng region found that these sponsors play an important role in promoting sustainable urban event practice, in terms of enlightening the  ...  Due to consumer association with the sponsor and the increased market reach they offer to the event, sponsors can increase awareness and interest in the event, and in doing so influence customers' perceptions  ...  , that corporate event sponsors do indeed play a role in promoting sustainable event practice.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12132-011-9128-7 fatcat:oozr7aag2vgxlmvro4lnvc5wum

Corporate Bodies in Early South Asian Buddhism: Some Relics and Their Sponsors According to Epigraphy

Matthew D. Milligan
2018 Religions  
Eventually, culminating at places like Sanchi, the enshrinement of the corporeal remains of regionally famous monks partially supplanted the corporeal remains of the Buddha.  ...  Such corporations comprised of monastics as well as non-monastics and seemed to increasingly become more managerial over time.  ...  people functioning as a single, corporate entity to achieve common goals (namely, to sponsor the enshrinement of relics).  ... 
doi:10.3390/rel10010004 fatcat:mtotj266lzg6phuqxfyugj2754

Uncovering The Coverings: The Use Of Corporate-Sponsored Textbook Covers In Furthering Uncritical Consumerism

2005 Educational Studies  
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) recently released a report charging that corporations in the food industry are increasing their efforts to market unhealthy foods to children. i Part  ...  athletic prowess has to be one of the most cynical and unfair marketing strategies I've ever seen." iii This essay extends the critique of business influences in schools by examining one specific medium for corporate  ...  On this view, we have corporate covers covering corporate curriculum.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15326993es3703_4 fatcat:bnnvr3rbq5ds7gcq67faxtsayq

Do journals and corporate sponsors back certain views in topics where disagreement prevails?

Peter Ingwersen, Soeren Holm, Birger Larsen, Thomas Ploug
2020 Scientometrics  
Since the WoS coverage of sponsor data 1998-2004 was sporadic sponsor data are analyzed from 2005. Only from 2012 the WoS sponsor coverage of the topic is consistently at 60%.  ...  The hypothesis is that statin-positive and statin-critical researchers publish in different committed central journals, and that they are financially supported by different dedicated corporate sources.  ...  journals and being sponsored by a few dedicated corporate units different from other high-ranking journals and sponsors dedicated to statin-critical research.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11192-020-03743-8 pmid:33144743 pmcid:PMC7594968 fatcat:e2p7lzwpjzda7f7o7it7vqlvku

Do Negative Incidents and Corporate Social Responsibility Influence on Sponsors Stock Abnormal Returns?

Huei-Wen Lin
2016 Asian Economic and Financial Review  
the activities of corporate social responsibility (CSR).  ...  The results showed that there were not always significantly negative impacts on the abnormal returns of sponsors when a match-fixing scandal happened in the CPBL, even the sponsors have participate in  ...  Unlike Europe and the US where a professional ball team is operated by a single corporation, Taiwan's professional baseball teams are sponsored by different parent companies.  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.aefr/2016.6.3/ fatcat:5j5xotlqzre6roi52cnhapynzq

Corporate Sponsorships of Philanthropic Activities: When Do They Impact Perception of Sponsor Brand?

Satya Menon, Barbara E. Kahn
2003 Journal of Consumer Psychology  
We examined the benefits to a corporate sponsor of two types of philanthropic activities -cause promotions and advocacy advertising.  ...  Results from 4 laboratory studies indicate that perceptions of corporate social responsibility (CSR) are affected by consumers' elaboration levels.  ...  their corporate activities.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327663jcp1303_12 fatcat:6s4kq6onlfewnawwieurxfynje

Consumers' Perceived Functions of and Attitude Toward Corporate Sponsors of Small-scale Amateur Sporting Events

Xiao Ting Bernice Low, Do Young Pyun
2016 Event Management  
The five perceived functions of corporate sponsors were ubiquity, sincerity, credibility, sponsor-event fit, and profit-orientation.  ...  This research aimed to identify the perceived functions of corporate sponsors, which influenced consumers to develop positive attitudes toward these sponsors. 210 undergraduate students participated in  ...  Furthermore, as it is crucial for the sporting event and the corporate sponsors to have a good fit, corporate sponsors should target sporting events that better match their corporate images.  ... 
doi:10.3727/152599516x14643674421771 fatcat:sbgpsppb6bbz5pj32hieupdhna

NikeGO: a Corporate-Sponsored Program to Increase Physical Activity and Foster Youth Development

Sarah Levin Martin, Maurice Martin, Molly White
2007 Journal of Youth Development  
Many corporations have begun the work through product creation and changes in communications efforts.  ...  Beyond the Bell Beyond the Bell runs a NikeGO sponsored program called A World Fit for Kids (AWFFK).  ... 
doi:10.5195/jyd.2007.363 fatcat:bl7w7yfklzfjznbc4arjwaap5y

Unfunded pension liabilities and sponsoring firm credit risk: an international analysis of corporate bond spreads

Ronan Gallagher, Donal McKillop
2010 European Journal of Finance  
This paper tests empirically whether pension information derived by corporate pension accounting disclosures is priced in corporate bond spreads.  ...  Also considered is the experience with other government-sponsored insurance schemes such as the US Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation.  ...  The plan sponsor typically makes all the decisions and is responsible for the funding adequacy of the plan.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13518470903211665 fatcat:lzt6r74qbnfpjodqg7olttlvle

Tribal motivation in sponsorship and its influence on sponsor relationship development and corporate identity

Tony Garry, Anne J. Broderick, Katy Lahiffe
2008 Journal of Marketing Management  
sponsor-event fit, brand association and corporate identity development in complex ways.  ...  relationship development and on corporate identity development.  ...  relationship and, in the medium term on corporate reputation of sponsors.  ... 
doi:10.1362/026725708x381993 fatcat:z5p7ck5d2fhnvjoelxvddg6ooe

Corporate sponsorship of the Rugby World Cup 1995: An analysis of sponsors and spectators

Jacqui Spence, Russell Abratt, Douglas Mattheus
1997 South African Journal of Business Management  
Sponsors are asked why they sponsored this event, their objectives, communications programme and their evaluation of the sponsorship.  ...  This study analyses the participation of sponsors and their success in a major world sports event, the Rugby World Cup 1995. Both the sponsors as well as a sample of spectators are interviewed.  ...  The issues of corporate responsibility and community involvement were not strong reasons for sponsoring sport. The target audiences for the sponsorship are shown in Table 2 .  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajbm.v28i3.791 fatcat:dtzwnptj4fhjlephclstrutqhi
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