Journal of Business Economics and Management

Articles from Vol. 10, No. 1, March

An Analysis of the Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Turkey: The Role of the Institutional Context
1. Introduction Since 1980, the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows to developing countries have been substantially increasing and compared to other capital flows, have remained the largest component of net resource flows to developing countries...
Application of Logistic Models for Stock Market Bubbles Analysis
1. Introduction A stock market bubble in the financial markets is the term that is applied to a self-propagating rise or increase in the share prices of stocks in a particular industry or sector. The term "stock market bubble" can only be used with...
Governance and Performance of Microfinance Institutions in Mediterranean Countries
1. Introduction Microfinance is the provision of financial and non-financial services to the poor who are excluded from financial /credit markets because they are considered unbankable. Indeed, microfinance institutions have evolved primarily as...
Identifying Cultural Difference in R&D Project for Performance Improvement: A Field Study
1. Introduction With the rapid development of a globalized economy, international projects characterized by cross-culture have been unprecedentedly growing (Asgary and Walle 2002; Oertig and Buergi 2006; Zwikael et al. 2005). The essential feature...
Pushing the Boundaries on Mentoring: Can Mentoring Be a Knowledge Tool?
1. Introduction Accepting that organizations act on very dynamic environments where the pressure demanding continuous adaptation is huge, one of the most important challenges to firms is to grant access to knowledge on a permanent basis during change...
Strategic Planning and Management of National Development Processes in Latvia
1. Introduction Disintegration of the socialist system in the early 1990s was accompanied by the decline of economic and social indicators in all countries of Central and Eastern Europe. E.g., Latvia's GDP in 1995 was less than 40% of the 1990 level....
The Innovative Approach to Relationships with Customers
1. Introduction The intense competition encourages business companies to seek ways, which would allow them to gain and maintain competitive position in the market. Nowadays customers and customer relationship management are seen as the most important...
Web-Based Model of Multiple Criteria Ethical Decision-Making for Ethical Behaviour of Students
1. Introduction The e-learning Master's degree studies "Real Estate Management" were introduced at Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU) in 1999, Master's degree studies "Construction Economics" from 2000, and Master's degree studies "Internet...
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