Journal of Economic and Social Development

Articles from Vol. 1, No. 1, March

Analysis of Cross-Sector Differentiation during Strategy Formulation
1. IntroductionBusiness strategy is fundamental for an organization sucess in the highly-developed markets, therefore the development and execution of strategy represent the pivot of the business enterprise management and reflect the demands of the contemporary...
Board Diversity, Network and Firm Value
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)1. IntroductionIn a world of increasing globalization, where countries cooperate in order to create even larger economic communities, questions arise as to what are the most important characteristics in determining...
Citizens as Consumers: Profiling E-Government Services' Users in Egypt Via Data Mining Techniques
1. IntroductionOne of the most intractable problems for anyone dealing with government is the sheer complexity of its organizational structure. For example, it has been estimated that the average government has between 50 and 70 different departments,...
Editorial
Economic and social development is in the focus of interest of every contemporary society: equally in developed countries and also in countries which are still going in that direction. Therefore, it is not unusual that conferences dedicated to economic...
Education for Successful Intercultural Communication and Cultural Intelligence
1. IntroductionThe competence for successful intercultural communication in global world is becoming increasingly important. Globalization has made the world seem smaller, our awareness of cultural diversity is rising and the need for effective intercultural...
Efficiency of Corporate International Diverisification: Evidence from Developing Countries
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)1. IntroductionDuring the last two decades the level of corporate international diversification (CID) has been significantly growing. As an example in 2003-2006 a number of cross-border M&A deals grew by 40%...
Financial Instability of Enterprise as the Main Obstacle Hampering Development in Turbulent Environment
1. IntroductionThe concept of financial stability implies diagnosis of enterprise activity in the long term. The basis of the concept is division of analysis tools into two groups. The first group of financial sustainability indices operates with discrete...
Income Distribution and the Medium-Term Trend of Inequality in Thailand
1. IntroductionIncome distribution has become the central issue in Thailand. The unequal distribution between modern and agricultural sector still occurs. The government have tried to increase the wage accompany with the continuous operation of the income...
International Position of Estonia in Implementing Research and Development Policy 3
1. IntroductionThe central role in innovation policy development is executed by research and development policy (R&D policy), which represents the major complex of public sector measures to initiate and promote innovation. The objective of the current...
Making Decision in Company Dismissal Process
1. IntroductionIn its lifetime company goes through different stages or phases. All business entities tend to grow, develop or decrease through these phases in general. Growth represents increase of material and human resources of the company (business...
Multinomial Logistic Analysis of "Susu" Contribution in Ghana
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)1. IntroductionFinancial exclusion among the poor but productive group of the Ghanaian economy has been a debilitating conundrum taxing the intellectual energy of policy makers in Ghana. The rigmarole lending...
The Causality Relationships between Fdi and R&d in European Union
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)1. IntroductionNeoclassical growth theory which was developed under the leadership of Solow (1956) resulted in balanced growth. In the case of balanced growth, output per worker increases as much as technological...
The Effect of Employee's Commitments on Customer's Loyalty Based on Transaction Cost
1. IntroductionAccording to national policy to push forward insurance policies, many people have experiences to interact with insurance agents for transportation or medicare insurances because of risks increase in the living environments. The interaction...
The Effect of the Early Entrance to Job Market on the Health Status of the Brazilians in 2008
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)1. IntroductionAccording to the International Labor Organization (OIT, 2012), 215 million children work at present, of which about 50% act in derogatory activities. The early entrance of the child to the labor...
The Prospects of International Acquisitions in Car Industry during the Global Economic Crisis - the Case of Geely Volvo
1. IntroductionThe globalization process, having been intensified over the last two decades, has had profound impact on the international business environment. One of the most important results of this process is the integration of national economies...
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