Business: Theory and Practice

Articles from Vol. 16, No. 1, March

Alternative Investments: Valuation of Wine as a Means for Portfolio diversification/Alternatyvios Investicijos: Vyno, Kaip Portfelio Diversifikavimo Priemones, Vertinimas
Introduction Development of economy and increase in living standards encourage people to look for appropriate and effective ways to use free funds, i.e. to invest and protect savings from negative factors, reduction in value and at the same time...
A Pilot Study: Vital Methodological Issues
Introduction A pilot study represents a cornerstone of a good research design. In fact, a pilot study is an essential initial step in a research and this applies to all types of research studies. The term of pilot study, however, is defined as "a...
Comparative Evaluation of National Intellectual Capital Measurement models/Valstybes Intelektinio Kapitalo Vertinimo Modeliu Lyginamoji Analize
Introduction A country's wealth is more and more dependent on its ability to perform high value added functions including the ability to create innovations. NIC creates value through innovation, where large or small changes done for processes, services...
Determination of Economic Indicators in the Context of Corporate Sustainability Performance
Introduction Corporate economic performance indicators are going to remain one of the main interests of owners and investors. However, together with the information about corporate governance, the environmental and social factors, it creates a complex...
Intellectual Capital Approach to Modern Management through the Perspective of a Company's Value Added
MODERNAUS IMONES VALDYMO POVEIKIS INTELEKTINIAM KAPITALUI PRIDETINES VERTES POZIURIU Introduction It can be observed that starting from Taylorian organisations that prevailed between 1945 and 1975, operations improvement was synonymous with maximisation...
Preference of E-Bike by Women in India-A Niche Market for Auto Manufacturers
Introduction The passenger vehicle sector is addressing the need for next generation transportation which is technically innovated, safer, friendly to the environment and flexible to the users. An electric vehicle (EV), also known as a battery operated...
Proposal of Innovative Approaches of Relationship Marketing in Business
Introduction In developed countries, the change of business processes is characterized by customer orientation. Businesses do not develop their market activities based on the "idea" and "impressions" but on knowledge based from analysis of customers'...
Short-Term Momentum Effect: A Case of Middle East Stock Markets
Introduction Short-term momentum effect is still a debatable subject for the researchers and challenges the efficient market hypothesis (EMH). It has been defined by Jegadeesh and Titman (1993). According to them in short run recent past winners...
Social Networks and Their Importance in Job Searching of College Students
Introduction Road, public, and communication networks have been a part of development and basic elements of human civilisation within living memory. At the present time the Internet plays an essential role in everyday life and it has serious impact...
The Impact of Age, Education and Seniority on Motivation of Employees
JEL Classification: M12. Introduction Human resource management is one of the newest approaches of personnel management which, as well as changed approach to personnel, results from social changes at the end of the 20th century that affects all...
The Implementation of Social Responsiveness Initiatives: Case of Lithuania/Socialinio Reagavimo Iniciatyvu Igyvendinimas Lietuvoje
JEL Classification: A13, M14, M20, Q01, Q56. Introduction Being socially responsible means that organization complies not only with economic, but also with moral, ethical, and social standards, which are partially determined by stakeholder demands...
Venture Capitalists' Investment Selection Criteria in CEE Countries and Russia
Introduction When starting a business, the first problem the founders have to face is acquiring the starting capital. The initial capital can be accumulated in various ways such as self-financing by the owner, loans from friends or relatives, private...
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