Journal of Competitiveness Studies

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 4, 2016

An Analysis of Export Specialization and Competitiveness of the Indian Sugar Industry
INTRODUCTIONVarious evidence from the literature shows that sugar is produced in 123 countries, amongst which 71 countries manufacture sugar from sugarcane, 43 countries from sugar beet, while 9 countries produce sugar from both cane and beet (OECD-FAO,...
Electronic Word of Mouth (Ewom) and Its Effect on Consumers' Decisions to Buy Products and Services in Traditional Stores in Jordan
INTRODUCTIONThe diffusion of information technology and the adoption of the internet in our everyday activities affect the way people spend their time and the way they interact with others. One form of interaction that has developed in the last few years...
Exploring the Influence of Globalization and Democracy/freedom on Emerging Markets Trade
INTRODUCTIONWhy nations trade or what factors determine the trade between nations is a very old question in international economics. Classic textbook trade theories include Mercantilism, Adam Smith's absolute advantage, Ricardo's comparative advantage,...
Hegemonic States and Mncs
At the firm level, in a globalized world, cooperation and competition take place simultaneously. These relationships are governed by market needs and conditions. The paradox of cooperation and competition among rival firms has enabled corporations, to...
The Embodying Capability of an Experience-Centric Service Firm: A Case Study of a Leisure Firm in Taiwan
INTRODUCTIONDue to today's trend of integrating products, the traditional strategy theory, which is based on the product market, is gradually becoming harder and harder to use. One important fact is that we can no longer make a clear distinction between...
Trustworthiness of Online Group Buying Websites in India: A Comparative Assessment of Consumer Perception
INTRODUCTIONThat consumer trust in a firm is key to its functioning and survival is a truism recognized by the business literature. Traditional brick-and-mortar firms earn consumer trust over time through their locations and display of operational histories...
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