Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review is a magazine focusing on Economics

Articles from Vol. 27, No. 2, Spring

Crisis Planning in the Nonprofit Sector: Should We Plan for Something Bad If It May Not Occur?
Crisis management seeks to help organizations deal with unfortunate and catastrophic events. This timely topic is of special interest to academics and practitioners because of the volatile environment that organizations face today. Indeed, just mention...
Does Broad Banding Improve Pay System Effectiveness?
The broad banding of pay structures to compress a large number of salary grades into fewer, wider "bands" was first introduced in organizatoins in the late 1980s and early1990s (World at Work, 2002). The introduction of flatter, broad-banded pay structures...
Measuring Sports Fans' Involvement: The Fan Behavior Questionnaire
ports have become an increasingly important part of our society; in particular this country has seen a large increase in the popularity of spectator sports. This gain is evidenced by the increase in money spent on spectator sports, which jumped from...
The Paper Industry: Strategic Alliances, Joint Ventures, and Electronic Commerce Are Reshaping Our Business Models
Businesses must have a global perspective in order to identify opportunities and threats of today's marketplace. Although warding off threats from global competitors is necessary, firms should also actively seek to penetrate foreign markets. The optimal...