The South East Asian Journal of Management

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Vol. 11, No. 2, October

An Elderly Employment Model for the Thai Automotive Industry
Diversity in the workplace is perhaps one of the most critical challenges for human resource management (HRM) (Dressler, 2000; Pfau & Kay, 2002). Part of that diversity is age, and a number of HRM practices should be carefully designed to accommodate...
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Relationship Analysis of Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure and Economic Consequences: Empirical Study of Indonesia Capital Market
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)Today, companies in Indonesia are facing challenges in implementing ethical standards in responsible business practices known as corporate social responsibility (CSR). In part, these challenges are due to the...
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The Effect of Intellectual Capital on a Company's Performance Moderated by Its Governance and It Strategy Integration Employed by Banks Listed in Indonesian Stock Exchange
The banking industry now faces the challenge of determining the kind of competitive strategy used in order to prioritize the needs of its stakeholders (Li and Ye, 1998). Multidimensional corporate performance is needed in order to fulfill the desires...
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IMPACT OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE WORK SYSTEMS ON EXPORT-ORIENTED SMEs PERFORMANCE: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT
During the recent past, due to significant contribution in the economic development process of both developing and developed economies, small and medium enterprises have got global attention. According to von Weltzien Hoivik and Melé (2009), 50 to 60%...
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Corporate Social Responsibility: Linkage Business Performance and Social Performance
Today, companies must be concerned with their contributions to society. Fluctuation of economics, scarcity of resources, and advancements in technology drive customers in responding to corporate strategies. Sustainability becomes a critical issue along...
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Vol. 11, No. 1, April

The Impact of Social Capital on Crowdfunding Performance
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)Nowadays, ideas and human creativity have been highly developed compared with the past. Not only entrepreneurs, but employees and students have also begun to distribute their ideas and creativity through a project....
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Vol. 10, No. 2, October

Strategies to Increase Farmers’ Financial Inclusion
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)Despite the growth of financial institutions their services can not be utilized equitably by society. The popular term used to name groups without links to the financial system is the exclusive financial group...
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Causes, Effects, and Remedies in Conflict Management
Background of the studyTo find out the ways for beneficial conflict resolution in an organization in order to create Conflicts are an unavoidable part within an organization, as the goals of the shareholders, managers, and other staff members are different...
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Work–family Conflict and Job Satisfaction: The Mediating Role of Person– Organization Fit Study on Employees of the Bri Aceh Region
Human resources in an organization play a crucial role in promoting talent, knowledge, and ability to enhance profesionalism. The effective functionality of any organization does not rely on available resources available but also on employee excellences...
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Hazard Perception and Demand for Insurance among Selected Motorcyclists in Lagos, Nigeria
Motorcycles are a significant transportation means on the continents of Asia and Africa. Several studies conducted in some selected Asian countries (such as Taiwan, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, among others) revealed that road traffic crashes involving...
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Employer Branding : An Islamic Perspective
The concept of employ er branding, a combination of marketing and human resource management, emerged and gained ground during the 90s. Although various scholarly discussions can be identified on the practice of employer branding, none provide the Islamic...
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Vol. 10, No. 1, 2016

Empowerment of the Few and Disempowerment of the Many - Disempowerment in Thai 'One Tambon One Product' Organisations (Otops)
Small and medium-sized businesses are not only paramount for a thriving economy but contribute to the development of individuals, local communities and the society in many respects. Thus, governments are often keen to provide support for the development...
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Vol. 10, No. 1, April

Contractor Work Preparation Process Improvement Using Lean Six Sigma: A Case Study of a Global Oil and Gas Company in Indonesia
Like science (Babbie, 2010), applied disciplines, such as business and management, progress through theory and practice (Swanson & Chermack, 2013; van de Ven, 1989). Hence good theory is vital because it explains why and how a certain business issue...
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Employers' Perspective towards People with Disabilities: A Review of the Literature
Globally, there are over one billion people with disabilities which out of 80 percent live in developing countries (WHO, 2011). Over 450 million people within this population are in the working age, which provides a demographic advantage of the economies...
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Vol. 9, No. 2, 2015

Csr Balanced Scorecard Systems and Business Performances: Smes Case Study
According to Utting (2007), corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a tool utilized by business entities to enable the distribution of wealth for the betterment of their stakeholders through the implementation and integration of ethical systems and...
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Vol. 9, No. 2, October

Examining the Dynamics of Cooperation between Competing Firms in Their R&d Activities (R&d Co-Opetition)
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)To survive competitive environment, firms are increasingly occupied in cooperative alliances with various partners ranging from universities (Wu, 2011), suppliers (Nieto and Santamaría, 2007), customers (Belderbos,...
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Work Overload and Turnover Intention of Junior Auditors in Greater Jakarta, Indonesia
Retaining their pool of talent should be among the top priorities of any organization aiming for sustainable growth and competitiveness in the marketplace (Ready, Hill and Conger, 2008). Allen, Bryant and Vardaman (2010) highlighted how this aspect of...
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Vol. 9, No. 1, April

Credit Control Management and Business Performance : The Malaysian Family Sme Perspective
It is widely believed that credit control management can help create a strong cash flow in a company. The purpose of this study is to determine the factors that influence effective and efficient credit control management in Malaysian family SME. It will...
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Examining Malaysian Hotel Employees Organizational Commitment by Gender, Education Level and Salary
The inseparability characteristcis of hospitality industriy requires the availability of the employees at all times. The need for close interaction and comunication in hospitality organizations generally lurks the satisfaction of the guests, since the...
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The Effect of Asean Open Skies Policy 2015 upon Opportunities for Low-Cost Carriers in Indonesia - a Case Study of Pt.citilink
The ASEAN Open Skies Policy is intended to boost connectivity and increase traffic growth by granting all airlines from the ten ASEAN member states open market access to all international airports in Southeast Asia. The package consists of a number of...
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Inclusiveness and Exclusiveness of Japanese-Style Management Abroad -Some Evidence from Southeast Asia
Japanese-style management' is, the 'particular Japanese way' of managing companies, people, structures and processes - has been effective in Japan as well as overseas (Abo, 2015; Firkola, 2006; Ichimura, 1985a; MacColl, 1995; Negandhi et al., 1985, 1987;...
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Organizational Culture, Absorptive Capacity, Innovation Performance and Competitive Advantage: An Integrated Assessment in Indonesian Banking Industry
Absorptive capacity (ACAP), innovation and competitive advantage are important in strategic management field (Lane, Koka and Pathak 2006; Jimenez, Angelov and Rao, 2012; Mahoney and Qian, 2013; Porter, 1985). Competitive advantage is the heart of company...
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Vol. 8, No. 2, October

The Relative Effects of Logistics, Coordination and Human Resource on Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief Mission Performance
When a disaster hits, humanitarian aid and disaster relief (HADR) teams will typically be called in to observe the physical results of the catastrophe and the major risk factors for human casualties (David et al., 2008; Legates and Biddle, 1999; Phillips...
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Credit Participation and Credit Source Selection of Vietnam Small and Medium Enterprises
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)Most SMEs in the world face challenge in finding financing resources. Multiple studies in developed countries indicated that SMEs are high-risk borrowers (Nguyen et ah, 2006; Sogorb-Mira, 2005) and providing the...
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OPEN SOURCE SYSTEM AS INNOVATION IN ORGANIZATIONS: A Managerial Perspective on Its Adoption
Information technology is deemed a necessity for an organization to compete in today's competitive world. Thus, organizations seek to use the most cost effective tools in information systems. The use of information systems, which Whitten et al. (2001)...
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The Influence of Perceived Organizational Injustice towards Workplace Personal Web Usage and Work Productivity in Indonesia
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)The development in information and communication technologies caused the world become borderless. Nowadays the internet has become part of everyone's daily life. A person can easily access important information...
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Leadership Development Experiences of Women Leaders in State-Owned Enterprises in Indonesia
Women in leadership have been acknowledged since the 10th century BC such as the leadership of Queen of Sheeba from the Ethiopian dynasty which had impressed King Solomon of Israel (Wood, 2011). Between 20th and 21st century, many world political leaders...
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Vol. 8, No. 1, April

Factors That Influence the Disseminating of Knowledge in Technology Transfer among Malaysian Manufacturing Employees
Undoubtedly, technology trans- fer is an area of interest which is not only for business field, economists and technologists but it also reliable for other disciplines such as anthropology and sociology (Zhao and reisman, 1992). In addition, tech- nology...
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Households Perceptions on Factors Affecting Resilience towards Natural Disasters in Indonesia
Indonesia is one of many countries with high risks of natural disas- ters, particularly earthquakes, due to the fact that this country is located between three active earth faults: the Pacific, Indo-Australian, and Eurasian (see Figure 1).Each plate...
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The Effect of Post-Purchased Perceived-Value towards the Relationship Quality of Hajj and Umrah Travel Agencies in Indonesia
There are 1.57 billions of mus- lims today, and 60% of them live in asia (Pew research center's forum on religion & Public life, 2009). indonesia has the larg- est muslim population in the world of estimated 202.867.000 people or about 88.2% of muslims...
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The Influence of Sponsor-Event Congruence in Sponsorship of Music Festival
Sponsorship is the most essential element in integrated market- ing communication to any kind of enterprise and organization among the types of marketing communication (i.e. public relations, advertising, personal Selling, Sales promotions and Direct...
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Influence of Brand Equity and Movieliking in Overriding Impact of Misleading Brand Placement toward Brand Attitude
Even though brand placement, also referred as product place- ment, as a marketing tool of communication has been used since 1890 (Newell, Salmon and Chang; 2006), many agrees that its popular- ity as a marketing tool surface with the success of Reese's...
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Vol. 7, No. 2, October

Identifying Contextual Factors of Employee Satisfaction of Performance Management at a Thai State Enterprise
Organisations across the public services around the world are facing enormous challenges and pressure to bring about change amidst the increasingly ambiguous and complex environmental context. The public sector organisations need to be re-invented to...
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SERVICE RECOVERY PARADOX IN INDIAN BANKING INDUSTRY: An Empirical Investigation
Customer feels dissatisfied in a service setting when the service on offer fails. A service fail- ure is defined as "any service-related mishaps or problems (real and/or per- ceived) that occur during a consumer's experience with the firm" (Maxham, 2001)....
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What Factors Drive Job Seekers Attitude in Using E-Recruitment?
Recruitment, in conventional context, is defined as a mutual physically interaction between jobseeker and organization whereas the organization needs to find an ap- plicant that meet their expectation with offering potential opportunities for jobseeker...
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Factors Influencing Individual Performance in an Indonesian Government Office
The rapid development of sci- ence, internet, and informa- tion technology, as well as the changing nature of strategic environ- ment requires excellent service and support from governments. Unfor- tunately, there are many cases of im- proper governance...
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INCLUDING CAPABILITIES OF LOCAL ACTORS IN REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Empirical Results of Local Seaweed Industries in Sulawesi
We start with a description of Regional Economic Devel- opment in which external and internal factors were both includ- ed. Later on the focus became more and more directed to the internal, en- dogenous factors and external factors were excluded. In...
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Vol. 7, No. 1, April

Repositioning Strategy for Malaysian Companies Internationalization
Globalization and the need for Malaysia to advance its global competitiveness have made it imperative for Malaysia to modify its previous paradigm of economic development (Xavier and Ahmad, 2012). This brings implication to Malaysian firms, especially...
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REVISITING THE MILES AND SNOW TYPOLOGY: Strategic Path Mediating Business Strategy and Resource Configuration for Innovation
Arecent study showed that a single source of advantage from position, scale and unique product delivery or offering, is no longer sufficient where environmental uncertainties require firms to acquire adaptability to attain Sustainable Competitive Advantage...
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SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AND ETHICS: A Study of Business Ethics in Vietnam between Business Students and Working Adults
Achieving a nation's sustainable growth requires a collective and cohesive effort of its society, government, business organizations and individuals. With a growing concern on social and environmental issues as well as the pressure of achieving economic...
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ENVIRONMENTAL DYNAMIC, BUSINESS STRATEGY, AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE: An Empirical Study of Indonesian Property and Real Estate Industry
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)In the strategic management perspective, corporate strategy formulation and its implementation is considered as the key explanatory factor of performance superiority of the firm (Sadler, 2003; Hitt, Ireland and...
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Analyzing Project Management Maturity Level in Indonesia
Business environment is rapidly changing these days and companies must demonstrate their ability to respond to these changes and achieve competitive objectives. Crawford, et al. (1999) proposes managing organization by projects as an approach to gain...
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Vol. 6, No. 2, October

Conflict Approaches of Effective Project Manager in the Upstream Sector of Indonesian Oil & Gas Industry
The Oil and Gas industry is experiencing surge of demand. Limited resources, increasing global demand, strained infrastructures and other factors signify the needs to increase global production. Oil and Gas producers in their pursuit of increasing the...
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RISK PERCEPTION AND ECONOMIC VALUE OF DISASTER MITIGATION: Case of Bantul Post Earthquake May 2006
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)Indonesia is situated geographically and geologically in three actively moving tectonic plates: (1) Eurasia plate in the north, (2) Indo Australia-Oceania plate in the south, and (3) Pacific plate in the east...
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STUDENTS' ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS BY USING THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR: The Case in Indonesia
The relationship between education and employment in Indonesia has been less than consistent. National labor survey data of 2009 issued by the Indonesian National Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) revealed that out of 21.2 million Indonesian people who entered...
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ENTREPRENEURIAL INCLINATION AMONG BUSINESS STUDENTS: A Malaysian Study
The importance of entrepreneurship has been well recognized by the government, the academic community, and the researchers. Business creation and the cultivation of an entrepreneurial culture within the country have been the fundamental topics of discussion...
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Characterization of Early and Late Adopters of ATM Card in Indian Banking Industry
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)The innovations and technological progress are engines of economic growth. Economists and other social scientists have attempted to understand the process of technology diffusion from time to time. When the real...
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Vol. 6, No. 1, April

Impact of Strategy Implementation on Performance of Generic Strategy: Evidence from Thailand
IntroductionStrategic management is regarded as an important process for businesses (Bowman and Asch, 1987; Kumar, 2010; Thomson and Strickland, 2003; Viljoan and Dann, 2003). It has been argued that the process of strategic management affects a firm's...
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Knowledge Creation in Strategic Alliance: Case of 'Child Business' Learning from 'Parent Partner'
IntroductionOne of the most important trends in industrial organization of the past quarter century has been the growth of collaboration between independent companies. These inter firm alliances involve cooperative relationships that are not fully defined...
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The Effect of Image Compatibility and Escalation of Commitment on Decision Performance
IntroductionSince first introduced by Beach and Mitchell (1987), Image Theory has developed significantly. Many studies have been conducted to support, enrich, and extend such a theory. Examples are Beach and Strom (1989), Beach, Puto, Heckler, Naylor...
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Exploring CEO's Leadership Frames and E-Commerce Adoption among Bruneian SMEs
IntroductionIn the recent years researchers are eager to find out the factors that are significant to adopt information technological innovations. In this concern, several of the organizational (Mirchandani and Motwani, 2001; Thong, 1999; Iacovou et...
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The Effect of Human Resources on Capital of Worker Cooperative
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)IntroductionThe Asian economic crisis in 1998 had caused high unemployment rate in Indonesia. This condition calls for worker cooperatives which can provide their member with jobs, but none has developed properly....
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Vol. 5, No. 2, October

Perception of Export Barriers in a High-Tech Sector in a Less Developed Country: The Case of ICT SMEs in Malaysia
IntroductionThis paper investigates the obstacles to exporting facing Small Medium Enterprises in a high-tech industry in a less developed country (LDC). Moreover, it analyzes the main differences between exporting and non-exporting firms with regards...
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A Framework of Performance Measurement System for Manufacturing Company
IntroductionIn the current dynamic competition, companies realize the intense need of Performance Measurement Systems for managing their performance compared to their competitors. Since Skinner (1969) published his research related to that matter, there...
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Individual Differences in Participations of a Brand Community: A Validation of the Goal-Directed Behavior Model
IntroductionHighly competitive markets require organizations to retain existing customers through relationship marketing (RM) (Palmatier et al., 2006). However, it is not always efcient to maintain one-toone relationships with customers when there are...
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Organizational Characteristics and Employee Overall Satisfaction: A Comparison of State-Owned and Non State-Owned Enterprises in Vietnam
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)IntroductionThe year 1986 is recognized as one of the most memorable and historical turning points in Vietnam's economy. This was the year the Vietnamese government committed to an extraordinary change: reforming...
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The Role of HRM Practices in Predicting Faculty Turnover Intention: Empirical Evidence from Private Universities in Bangladesh
IntroductionWhat determines employee turnover? How can it be managed? Or, what can be done to retain potential employees? Practically, answers to these questions are highly relevant to the individual who may be thinking about leaving the organization...
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Vol. 5, No. 1, April

Editor's Note
Strengthening bilateral economic cooperation between two countries will provide signicant benets for them. For example, in the case of bilateral trade, the benets enjoyed here are in accordance with the law of comparative advantage, which mentions that...
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Government Financial Management, Strategy for Preventing Corruption in Indonesia
IntroductionThe Republic of Indonesia is a country lies on Southeast Asia and Oceania. Indonesia comprises of 17,508 islands. With a population of more than 240 millions inhabitants, it is the world's fourth most populous country. Indonesia has over...
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Relationship between Organizational Justice Perception and Engagement in Deviant Workplace Behavior
IntroductionOrganizational behavior (OB) is a eld of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups and structure have on behavior within organization (Robbins and Judge, 2007, p. 9). Unfortunately, OB many researches only emphasize desirable...
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Intellectual Capital: A Focus on Human Capital Reporting Practices of Top Malaysian Listed Companies
IntroductionMalaysia has embarked on a mission to develop a knowledge-based society by launching a Knowledge-Based Economy Master Plan in 2002, which outlines various strategies to accelerate the transformation of Malaysia to a knowledge-based economy...
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The Influence of Corporate Social Responsibility Activity toward Customer Loyalty through Improvement of Quality of Life in Urban Area
IntroductionRecently, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) constitution discussed by various components of society. This case becomes interesting, since Government Law No.40/2007 section 74 clause 1 states "Firms whose operating connected to natural...
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Productivity Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment: What If Productivity Is No Longer a Black Box?
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)IntroductionTheoretically, when multinational companies enter host countries, they bring with them advanced technologies or forms-speciecs which may induce some positive spillovers to domestic owned forms. However,...
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Vol. 4, No. 2, October

Editor's Note: Some Remarks from Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI) Global Forum
Dear readers,In the end of September 2010, Bali hosted the 2010 Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI) global policy forum. Several prominent figures in financial system from around the world attended this event, where they can share the information...
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Role of HR Professionals in the Indian Information Technology Sector
(ProQuest: ... denotes formula omitted.)IntroductionHuman Resource Management (HRM) is an important support function to main business. The type of support it provides is well addressed in studies that investigate Human Resource (HR) activities (Harel...
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Employees' Turnover Intention to Leave: The Malaysian Contexts
IntroductionOrganizations worldwide today face many challenges with the growing integration of the world economy into one single, huge marketplace resulting in intense global competition. Besides needing to keep pace with technological advances, it is...
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Chinese Economic Activities in Sub Saharan Africa: A Substitute for Europe?
IntroductionThe economic activities between China and Africa have increased substantially over the past decades. And while the Western critics are skeptical about this new South- South alliance, the African public remains positive about the Chinese presence...
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Underlying Factors of Entrepreneurial Intentions among Asian Students
IntroductionNowadays, entrepreneurship is considered as one of the future drivers for Asian economy. Although the majority of Asia's economies are developing ones, the region boasts 90 of the world's 691 billionaires GDP (Faustino, 2005). Yet, despite...
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Social Capital Moderating Roles towards Relationship of Motives, Personality and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Cases in Indonesian Banking Industry
IntroductionThe research employs variables that influence individual behavior, such as personal or dispositional variables based on the personality and attribution theory and situational variables based on social exchange theory. In terms of social exchange...
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Vol. 4, No. 1, April

Corporate Work Satisfaction: An Empirical Investigation on the Employees of Mobile Phone Companies in Bangladesh
IntroductionThe idea of work satisfaction traditionally has been of great interest to researchers concerned with the problem of work in an industrial society. Many have been interested in job satisfaction which incorporates differences in work ethics...
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Human Capital Development Role of HR during Mergers and Acquisitions
IntroductionThe constantly changing global business environment requires firms to aim for competitive advantages through creative and innovative business strategies. This is essentially important for their long term sustainability. A study by Seleim,...
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Successful Partnerships: A Matter of Experience?
IntroductionPartnerships and Success RatesIn order to survive in the long run, most organizations look for collaboration with other organizations. The types of partnerships may vary from open networks to mergers. In open networks the aim is often at...
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Marketing Capability and Export Performance: The Moderating Effect of Export Dependence
IntroductionMarketing covers all aspect of activities which can help a company to create customer value. The competency in planning and implementing a marketing program that aims to create customer value is one of the keys to success in not only domestic...
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Is Bangladeshi RMG Sector Fit in the Global Apparel Business? Analyses the Supply Chain Management
IntroductionStarting in the late seventies, the garment sector of Bangladesh (BD) came into prominence in the middle of the eighties (International Business & Technical Consultants, Inc. 2000) It has been observed that in spite of presence of so...
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