Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review is a magazine focusing on Economics

Articles from Vol. 31, No. 1, Fall

Characteristics of Effective Leaders in Economic Development: An Exploratory Study
For years, significant attention has been given to the topic of leader effectiveness across a variety of situations. In a managerial context, most research almost exclusively focuses on the individual leader and leadership processes in a typical organization...
Foreign Direct Investment in the United States: Interest Rate and Exchange Rate
The G-8 Summit held at Sea Island, Georgia, on June 8-11, 2004, exemplified the increasing global integration of the United States economy.1 Every year, capital flows both out from (hereafter FDI) and into the United States (hereafter FDIUS) to facilitate...
Generational Differences in Attitudes about Unions: A Segmented Dispositional Marketing Approach
Labor union membership as a percentage of the U.S. workforce continues to decline, down to 12.4 percent in 2004 compared to 12.9 percent in 2003. This downward trend is most notable when compared to 1983 data (the first year that comparable data are...
Successful Strategies for Small-Sized U.S. Exporters of Consumer Products to Japanese Markets
In light of the recent recovery of the Japanese economy and the Japanese government's efforts to reduce or eliminate trade barriers for many manufacturing products, Japanese markets may offer large and potentially profitable opportunities for small-sized...