International Journal of Management

International Journal of Management is a trade journal focusing on International Management

Articles from Vol. 21, No. 2, June

Determining Multi-Criteria Priorities in the Planning of Electric Power Generation: The Development of an Analytic Hierarchy Process for Using the Opinions of Experts
The electric power industry in the United States is undergoing substantial changes in power gene ration business as well as in environmental regulation. Under these changes, it is highly desirable for the electric power industry to objectively and quantitatively...
Direct Financial Payments within an Organization: A Competitive Advantage Perspective
An integrated framework of direct financial payments within an organization is proposed in this paper from viewpoint of competitive advantage. This paper uses "competitive advantage of human resources and " explicitness of job worth" as two dimensions...
Does the Overall Efficiency Model Really Have Two Efficiency Ratios? A Comment on Measuring Managerial Efficiency in International Non-Profit Organizations
The present article addresses the model of managerial efficiency proposed by Clark and Anderson (2001) in this journal. That framework attempted to augment the "program ratio" approach recommended by Philanthropic Research, Inc., by considering both...
Factors Influencing Export Performance in International Marketing: A Study of Australian Firms
This paper presents the results of a study that explored why some Australian exporting firms had a better export performance than others. It examined variations in export performance in terms of motivation to export; firm characteristics; marketing expertise,...
Individual Demographic Differences and Job Satisfaction among Information Technology Personnel: An Empirical Study in Taiwan
A survey was conducted on IT personnel working in Taiwan's Top 500 Enterprises to explore effects of individual characteristics on job satisfaction. Results show that there were significant differences found in general, intrinsic and overall job satisfaction...
Industrial Revolution to 1980: The History of Industrial Democracy in Denmark and Norway
This paper is a brief discussion of the early history of industrial democracy in two Scandinavian countries: Denmark and Norway. Specific attention is paid to the evolving labor laws and the impact they had in creating these truly unique nation-wide...
Loan Management and Conflict of Interest between Equity and Debt-Holders under Capital Regulations: An Analysis within the Banking Sector
This paper analyzes a bank's lending and interest conflicts between equity-holders and debt-holders under a risk-based system of capital standards. We find that there is no interest conflict if the bank alternates its management objectives in accord...
Taxonomy in Logistics Management: A Resource-Based Perspective
A survey of 1,200 manufacturing firms in Taiwan was undertaken in order to examine taxonomy in logistics management, using the resource-based perspective and cluster analysis approach. Results showed that intensive logistics competency cluster, which...
The Globalization Paradox: A Marketing Perspective
In this paper, the authors discuss the globalization movement from a marketing perspective. Although globalization has brought many benefits, it has also caused systemic problems such as increasing socio-cultural-economic unrest and friction between...
The Personal Strategic Plan: A Tool for Career Planning and Advancement
The Personal Strategic Plan (PSP) is a personalized version of a strategic marketing plan. It is a written document that outlines the time-related details for achieving the career expectations of an individual in the context of satisfying the dynamic...
The Restructuring of the Korean Economy Following the Financial Crisis in 1997
Our study investigates the major causes of the Korean financial crisis in 1997 and identifies the major reforms implemented to recover from the crisis. The Korean government believes that the main cause of the financial crisis in 1997 was a lack of market...
Using Non-Financial Information to Predict Bankruptcy: A Study of Public Companies in Taiwan
Numerous researchers have studied bankruptcy prediction over the past sixty years. As a result, various theories have evolved in an effort to explain or distinguish between firms that have failed. The study uses non-financial information to predict the...
Vertical Integration and Performance in the United States Computer Hardware Industry
This study examines the relationship between firm performance and the vertical integration strategies of 50 U.S. computer hardware manufacturers. We propose that between-stage and within-stage vertical integration have differential effects on performance....
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