International Journal of Management

International Journal of Management is a trade journal focusing on International Management

Articles from Vol. 29, No. 4, December

A Theoretical Review of Work Sharing: An Analysis of the Nigerian Economy
A Theoretical Review of Work Sharing: An Analysis of the Nigerian EconomyFollowing economic recessions which increase the rate of unemployment among nations of the world, with Nigeria having an increase from 5.8 per cent in 2008 to 19.7 percent in 2010,...
Career Decision-Making by Business School Students: A British Case Study
The need to develop the employability of students is becoming increasingly important to universities. This is because the failure of students to engage effectively in career decision-making is likely to have a detrimental effect on their ability to compete...
Effects of Human Resource Practices on Internal Influence and External Representation: An Empirical Study of Flight Attendants
The present study examines relationships among the HR practices of empowerment and training), employee job satisfaction,, employee organisational commitment with internal influence and external representation), as well as the mediation role of the employee...
Effects of Investor Occupation and Education on Choice of Investment: An Empirical Study in India
This paper will help to understand the investors facet before investing in any of the investment tools and thus to scrutinize the important aspects for the investors before investing that further helped in analyzing the relation between the features...
Employee Perceptions of the Efficient Application of the Intranet in an E-Business: An Empirical Study in Serbia
In today's modern business environment, e-business is gaining stronger role and application. Electronic communication becomes an everyday unavoidable part of business processes in many organizations, regardless of their activity and size. That also implies...
Historical Influences on the Pricing of Rail Services: The Contributions of Severim De Azevedo in Portugal
Rail services may be interpreted as related to separate and different markets, most of which, if not all, were reputed to be socially important and deserving of government attention for the positive effects on the collective welfare in the nineteenth...
Implementation of Radio Frequency Identification Technology in Multinational Companies: A Brazilian Case Study
Technological innovation in a product or process, incorporating new technical solutions, functional or esthetic, it is extremely important for companies to maintain their competitiveness under circumstances of constant changes. It can be generated by...
Internal Marketing, Innovation and Performance in Business Services Firms: The Role of Organizational Unlearning
Organizational unlearning and internal marketing have been recently postulated as key determinants for firm's innovation activity. Internal marketing is also deemed a valuable instrument to overcome organizational resistance to change and favor unlearning...
Modelling the Influences on the Importance of Profitability Analysis in Decision Making
This paper assesses the influence of the level of competition, product customization and operating unit size on the level of importance of profitability analysis in decision making. Given that the level of importance is measured on a three-point scale,...
Privatization Effects on Consumers and Employees: A Literature Review
IntroductionAmassive privatization process of productive and other activities previously considered public services has taken place across the world in the last two decades. In developing countries privatization has been spurred since the IMF and the...
Role of Gender in Emotional Intelligence: Relationship among Emotional Intelligence, Communication Effectiveness and Job Satisfaction
Emotional intelligence is essential factor responsible for determining success in life and psychological wellbeing seems to play an important role in shaping the interaction between managers and employees in their work environment. This study is undertaken...
The Effects of International Diversification on Firm Performance: An Empirical Study across Twelve European Countries
The relationship between international diversification and firm performance is a binomial that has led to many investigations leading to mixed results, in some cases there is a positive relationship, in others no significant relationship or even negative....
The Management of Medical Innovations Using Propriety Technology: A Mexican Case Study
Case of the development project of a biological tissue cut laser system for the cardiac bioprostheses at the Departamento de Biotécnica Aplicada del Instituto Nacional de Cardiología de México in collaboration with the Centro de Ciencias Aplicadas y...
The Management of Scholarship Programs at Universities: A Cost-Benefit Analysis
Scholarship programs are types of subsidies that would increase consumption of education. The aim of this paper is to use a technique to estimate the costs and benefits of scholarship programs accurately so that such programs can be managed more efficiently....
The Role of Corporate Social Responsibility in an Unstable Environment: An Examination of Trends 2008-2010
This study aims at investigating the behavior of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) performance in an unstable business environment. The CSR Index (CSRI) determined by the Boston College Center and Reputation Institute is used in order to measure...