Academic journal article Journal of Competitiveness Studies

Business Cases from Saudi Arabia

Academic journal article Journal of Competitiveness Studies

Business Cases from Saudi Arabia

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I take this occasion to thank all those who have contributed to this second special issue of Competitiveness Studies. I thank the reviewers who provided timely feedback to the authors, thereby helping to improve the manuscripts. I extend a special thanks to the Editor-in-Chief, Abbas Ali, for giving me the opportunity to serve as guest editor of this special issue, the second of two that features business cases from Saudi Arabia. I cordially thank all of the authors who submitted manuscripts for consideration. I appreciate their desire to share their knowledge and experience with readers and business professors in Saudi Arabia, the GCC countries, and the Arab World in general. The seven cases included in this issue concern corporate social responsibility, human resource management, investment analysis, retailing, small business, and strategic management.

I acknowledge and greatly appreciate the funding King Saud University (KSU) provided to enable the creation of business cases set in an Arab context. They are sorely needed. KSU is the Arab World's premier university. Ranked among the top 150-200 universities in "The Academic Ranking of World Universities," also known as the Shanghai ranking, KSU scores high in many international rankings. To its credit, KSU's College of Business Administration took on the challenge of developing cases about issues in Arab businesses specifically to meet the needs and interests of Arab business students and other readers. …

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