Journal of Business Economics and Management

Articles from Vol. 15, No. 1, February

Choosing a Travel Agency Franchise by Mean of a Global Composite Indicator: An Application in Spain
Introduction Franchising represents an important contributor towards the economy of many countries, since it plays a vital role in the development and growth of small businesses (Rahatullah, Raeside 2009). Franchising data from various parts of...
Diagnosing the Effects of Leader-Member Exchange Quality on Performance in the Context of Organizational Culture: A Case from Turkish Family-Owned Businesses
Introduction The aim of this paper is to find out the foreseen effects of LMX quality on both firm performance and subordinate performance by taking the effect of organizational culture into consideration. There are several studies exploring the...
Evaluating Retail Banking Service Quality and Convenience with MCDA Techniques: A Case Study at the Bank Branch Level
Introduction Retail banking service quality and convenience at the bank branch level is difficult to measure because of its intrinsic intangibility and difficulty in identifying appropriate measurement factors. Bankers obviously recognize the importance...
Exploring Modes of Entry into International Markets: Direct Investment or Contractual Relations
Introduction A fundamental problem in new markets approach is how the foreign markets (FMs) should be served, considering the inherent costs of doing business abroad. The traditional explanation to enlarge business into FMs relies on cost advantages,...
Fine Slicing of the Value Chain and Offshoring of Essential Activities: Empirical Evidence from European Multinationals
Introduction Lured by cost savings, access to talented people and new knowledge, an increasing number of companies in a wide variety of industries, including manufacturing, information technology and services (Boardman et al. 2008) have begun to...
Government Debt as the Integral Portfolio of Assets and Liabilities Generated by Debt
Introduction The adequate investment portfolio was selected to reach the main objective of the paper, namely, to prepare the maximization scheme of net utility for the debtor, generated by government debt, and using the integral portfolio model...
Impact of Green Management on CEO Compensation: Interplay of the Agency Theory and Institutional Theory Perspectives
Introduction Today, "we live in an era of sustainability awareness" (Starik, Marcus 2000: 539) and there is growing pressure on organizations to adopt green practices. Environmental sustainability has become a strategic issue for organizations and...
Labour Migration Flows: EU8+2 vs EU-15
Introduction The EU-15 welfare states are faced with economic and demographic challenges that call into question not only the sustainability of current levels of social spending but also the very concept of social welfare. The application of the...
Post-Event Visits as the Sources of Marketing Strategy Sustainability: A Conceptual Model Approach
Introduction In recent years, destination marketers have focused on event marketing. There has been increasing awareness of the potential financial benefits of events to local tourism marketing development (Getz 1997; Chalip 2006; Berridge 2007;...
The Model for Evaluation of Corporate Strategic Changes in the Context of Climate Change: Plywood Manufacture
Introduction In market economy countries, corporate strategic changes are a continuous phenomenon. This natural process is stimulated by competition, market changes and processes of integration and globalisation of economic systems. They affect...
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