Journal of Business Economics and Management

Articles from Vol. 13, No. 3, June

A Resource-Based Perspective on the Relationship between Service Diversification and Firm Performance: Evidence from Italian Facility Management Firms
1. Introduction The relationship between business diversification and the firm's economic performance has become a particularly prominent issue in the strategic management literature with the development of the resource-based view of the firm. Resource-based...
Are the Determinants of Young SME Profitability Different? Empirical Evidence Using Dynamic Estimators
1. Introduction Various fields of knowledge have concentrated on the study of possible determinants of firm performance. In fact, Industrial Economics, Strategic Management and Accountability and Corporate Finance are research areas that have focused...
CEO Turnover and Corporate Performance Relationship in Pre- and Post- IFRS Period: Evidence from Turkey
1. Introduction Corporate governance comprises the set of institutional and market-based mechanisms that induce self interested managers to maximize the value of the firm on behalf of its shareholders (Denis 2001; Denis, McConnell 2003). Thus, corporate...
Establishing SPV for Power Projects in Asia: An Analysis of Critical Financial and Legal Factors
1. Introduction More often than not, Public-Private Partnership (PPP) is constructed through a 'Special Purpose Vehicle' (SPV), which acts as a managing and operating company for project(s) as well as the legal body that guarantees concessions from...
Human Capital and Social Capital in Entrepreneurs and Managers of Small and Medium Enterprises
1. Introduction The elements of human capital (e.g. Hambrick, Mason 1984; Bantel, Jackson 1989; Becker 1993) and social capital (e.g. Bourdieu 1986; Coleman 1988; Burt 1992; Putnan 1995; Walker et al. 1997) traditionally refer to large and mature...
Is East Asia as Prepared as Eurozone for Monetary Union?
1. Introduction In recent decades, there have been discussions on the feasibility of monetary integration in East Asia. Amongst the academics, Bayoumi and Eichengreen (1994), Goto and Hamada (1994), and Kawai and Takagi (2005) have once concluded...
More Than Just Good Grades: Candidates' Perceptions about the Skills and Attributes Employers Seek in New Graduates
1. Introduction Firm specific advantages, which can be defined as those specific resources and capabilities that have been developed and accumulated internally in the firm and largely take the form of the possession of distinctive skills and intangible...
Technology Transfer and Enterprise Performance: A Firm-Level Analysis in China
1. Introduction Solow (1956) model concludes that the growth rate of output in the long-run depends upon the rate at which technological change occurs. Exports and foreign direct investment (FDI) is one channel though which technology and hence...
The Effect of Pro-Entrepreneurship Architecture on Organisational Outcomes
1. Introduction The present business environment is filled with many contradictions where the dominant logic (Bettis, Prahalad 1995) of a firm previously considered optimal, may well be inappropriate. Recent decisions have been made to restructure...
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