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Relationship between Transnational Corporations and Chinese State-Owned Enterprises

Gongying Jiang, Hafiz Mirza
2010 Transnational Corporation Review  
It also includes partner evaluation and the implications, and findings thereof.  ...  Empirically, this research investigates the practices of TNCs in China, the reaction of Chinese SOEs, and their relationship and collaborations.  ...  First of all, I would like to express my deepest gratitude to my supervisor, Professor Hafiz Mirza, and my thesis examiner, Professor Jeremy Clegg, who provided me with helpful suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1080/19186444.2010.11658258 fatcat:5agjcrxxerdknaonpx2hmzotze

Critical Factors Affecting Employers' Satisfaction with Accounting Graduates in Hanoi

Hoan NGUYEN, Faculty of Economics, Natural Resources and Environment, Hanoi University of Natural Resources and Environment, Vietnam, Lien Thi Bich NGUYEN, Hong Nhung NGUYEN, Duc Tai DO
2020 Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business  
The results of Cronbach's alpha, Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) and Multiple Regression Analysis (MRA) identify three main determinants influencing the employers' satisfaction with accounting graduates  ...  On this basis, the authors propose a number of recommendations to improve the employers' satisfaction with accounting graduates in Hanoi.  ...  The reputation and brand of training units would be enhanced if graduates met the input standards of employers (Le & Le, 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.13106/jafeb.2020.vol7.no8.613 fatcat:mpfesukmsjh5hj4pq7ajxu55xq

Destination cobranding in interorganizational networks: Assessing the role of central tourism organizations

Jarle Aarstad, Håvard Ness, Sven A. Haugland
2020 Journal of Destination Marketing & Management  
A B S T R A C T This study examines whether tourism organizations influence each other to cobrand with the destination brand as a function of the interorganizational network structure.  ...  and examining 990 dyadic observations of tourism organizations, the study shows that central organizations' cobranding increases other less-central organizations' cobranding through direct or indirect collaboration  ...  on the topic.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jdmm.2020.100466 fatcat:lrtpvtyodzh2ncpntzexjbs3cu

Consumer behaviour analysis of hospitality students' evaluation and satisfaction with their universities

Jebril A. Alhelalat
2015 Tourism and hospitality management  
and industry recognition, hospitality students' evaluation and hospitality institutions' marketing to attract students is a topic of great value.  ...  This research focuses on a widely used decision making model, in the consumer behaviour, in evaluating alternatives based on specific factors.  ...  This paper applies the consumer decision making model, mainly the pre evaluation of alternatives and post evaluation of satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the buying decision on the behaviour of hospitality  ... 
doi:10.20867/thm.21.2.2 fatcat:kjiq7fuf3nbzdiqt62xj7ej2be

Modeling Social Networks using Data Mining Approaches-Review

Fatima Hassan, Suhad Faisal Behadili
2022 Iraqi Journal of Science  
Afterward a watchful evaluation of these papers, it has beeniscovered that numerous data extraction approaches were utilized with social media data to report a number of various research goals in several  ...  Simply, social media delivers an available podium for employers for sharing information.  ...  In [29] for structure of model, they utilized logistic regression.  ... 
doi:10.24996/ijs.2022.63.3.35 fatcat:dnpkdkzssjhvbarxa22hc4cu2i

Territorial brands for tourism development

Eleonora Lorenzini, Viviana Calzati, Paolo Giudici
2011 Annals of Tourism Research  
The analysis is carried out by means of multivariate regression and partial correlations graphs, applied to 79 touristic towns of the Marche Region (Italy).  ...  The paper aims at understanding the impact of territorial brands on tourism development studying the statistical relevance of belonging to the Association The Most Beautiful Villages of Italy.  ...  by the Michelin guide, with the exception of the impact on the employment in the restaurant industry.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.annals.2010.10.008 fatcat:zjph57bvxrdr7casnoj23ol4lq

Dimensions of Brand Equity affecting Consumption of Ḥalāl/Ḥarām Products: Moderating Role of Islamic Work Ethics

Ferryal Khan, Areeba Sajid, Sohail Kamran
2019 Journal of Islamic Business and Management  
Correlation and regression analyses were carried out to examine the effect of the dimensions of brand equity on consumption patterns of consumers.  ...  The moderating effect of IWE was tested by multiple regression for the two dimensions of brand equity and it was found that IWE of the branding entity increases the strength of the relationship between  ...  In accordance with concept, the two motivations for studying brand equity include evaluating (I) financial value of the brand and (II) the results of its marketing efforts.  ... 
doi:10.26501/jibm/2019.0902-011 fatcat:og2blnpo7jadzeazmwfqzp4pgm

Consumers' choice-blindness to ingredient information

T.T.L. Cheung, A.F. Junghans, G.B. Dijksterhuis, F. Kroese, P. Johansson, L. Hall, D.T.D. De Ridder
2016 Appetite  
These findings challenge consumers' self-reported use of ingredient lists as a source of information throughout product evaluations.  ...  Detection was improved when consumers were instructed to judge the naturalness of the product as compared to evaluating the product in general.  ...  Furthermore, we would like to acknowledge Rene Lion for his support and feedback in enhancing the quality of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.appet.2015.09.022 pmid:26407803 fatcat:ryx3x3uf65erhmegq46njz5ply

Comparison of Online and Face-to-Face Dissemination of a Theory-Based After School Nutrition and Physical Activity Training and Curriculum

Sonya Irish Hauser, Jeanne P. Goldberg, Parke Wilde, Marina Bers, Lori Ioannone, Christina D. Economos
2010 Journal of health communication  
Further, most studies demonstrating success with collaborative online learning formats have been conducted in college and university populations (Dewiyanti, Brand-Gruwel, & Jochems, 2005; Dewiyanti, Brand-Gruwel  ...  news'' articles pertaining to the lesson topics for each week.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10810730.2010.522225 pmid:21170788 fatcat:lnpk53h3sfg3dk7ijarzemjziy

Can Service Learning enhance Graduate Capital? Evidence from Sri Lankan State Universities

C. Wijayanama, R. P. C. Ranjani, D. U. Mohan
2021 Kelaniya Journal of Management  
Employability of graduates has been a topic of high interest among graduates, academics, employers and economists alike for decades.  ...  In this study, the researcher examines how SL can be adopted as an enhancer of employability potential for graduates.  ...  Studying on the learning gained by the students following a university course and examining the enhancement of employability potential are broad and complex topics.  ... 
doi:10.4038/kjm.v10i1.7629 fatcat:2azzw6qdifd5xaix36zxxiwq4i

Developing Algorithms for identifying beneficiaries with higher than expected Utilization of opioids Analgesics

D. Verma, III B. Banahan, S.P. Hardwick, J.P. Clark
2015 Value in Health  
Bivariate analysis and a logistic regression model were done to identify the determinants of price increase or decrease per Daily Defined Dose (DDD).  ...  Compared to brand name drugs, generics had 6.8 times the likelihood of a price increase.  ...  CONCLUSIONS: The main health policy recommendations suggest: the need to develop new areas of collaboration with the pharmaceutical sector, enhancing competition in markets with higher levels of concentration  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jval.2015.03.448 fatcat:hbhxxwwyffho5mewc3terszy4i

The Effect of Brand Authenticity toward Emotional Brand Attachment: The Moderating Role of Brand Image

Manal EL Mekebbaty
2021 المجلة العلمیة للدراسات والبحوث المالیة والتجاریة  
Brand Image enhances the influence of uniqueness on EMA. Brand image doesn't enhance influence of three dimensions of brand authenticity (Brand Heritage -Quality commitment-Symbolism) on EMA.  ...  The study proposed the moderating role of Brand Image in the proposed model by using Income and Education as Control variables.  ...  Secondly, the structural model was developed to evaluate the fit model and the best test hypothesis (Hair et al., 2014; Sarstedt et al., 2014) .  ... 
doi:10.21608/cfdj.2020.129338 fatcat:eeah7bswlfbxvjnnuo5f5m5fnm

The drivers of consumer value in the ECR Category Management model

Christina Holweg, Peter Schnedlitz, Christoph Teller
2009 International Review of Retail Distribution & Consumer Research  
This paper critically evaluates the proposed structure and contents of a frequently discussed Category Management (CM) model in the Efficient Consumer Response (ECR) context.  ...  The results from an exploratory factor analysis and subsequent multiple regression analyses show that the investigated CM model needs to be amended by personnel and Point-of-Sale aspects as they affect  ...  The focus on promotions within the CM-concept can be found in studies which deal with the role of categories and with the critical relationship between national and store brands. Narashiman et al.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09593960903233640 fatcat:f5drfr4amzdc5ghc66sctiwkhq

Potentials of Community Based Tourism as a Promoter of Rural Economic Sustainability: Study on Sreemangal

Shelamony Hafsa, Lecturer, Department of International Tourism and Hospitality Management, School of Business, Primeasia University
2020 Journal of economics, finance and management studies  
After analyzing the data, it could be sum up that Community Based Tourism will help to ensure economic solvency of local community by creating employment opportunities for locals, to confirm the greater  ...  Community-Based Tourism (CBT) is a tool to ensure sustainable development in many countries by enhancing natural resource conservation, preserving culture and traditions as well as generating income at  ...  topic.  ... 
doi:10.47191/jefms/v3-i12-07 fatcat:zesqrdai2zglnalutrgebsdq3a

Employee Satisfaction and Loyalty as a Part of Sustainable Human Resource Management in Postal Sector

Mariana Strenitzerová, Karol Achimský
2019 Sustainability  
and the length of employment have a strong influence on employee loyalty.  ...  The use of regression and correlation analysis pointed to the fact that not only their satisfaction, but also the situation on the labor market in the region, the age of the employee, the job position  ...  Acknowledgments: This research was supported by projects VEGA 1/0152/18 Business models and platforms in digital space, and VEGA 1/0518/19 Research of the digital economy development and its impact on  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11174591 fatcat:z2xb4sdgdnb3bcjbl52uijfnzu
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