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Journal Title:Review of Business Research
Journal ISSN:1546-2609
Journal E-ISSN:2378-9670
Publication Frequency:2 issues per year
Acceptance Rate:22% of submitted papers
Editor's E-mail:editor@RBR-journal.org
Journal Website:RBR-journal.org
Paper Review Process:As shown on RBR-journal.org



 
Volume 20, Issue 1 - Published in June of 2020
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-20-1.1Sauer, Stefan, & Tihlarik, Amelie (2020). NEW SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT METHODOLOGIES BETWEEN DIVERSITY AND GENDER STEREOTYPES. Review of Business Research™, 20(1), 5-18.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-20-1.2Cogburn, John W., & Luo-Beitler, Yan (2020). THE EFFECT OF LEADER CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE ON FOLLOWER RATINGS OF LMX. Review of Business Research™, 20(1), 19-24.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-20-1.3Souidane, Lina (2020). TEENAGERS' PERSONALITY AND BEHAVIOR ON SOCIAL MEDIA. Review of Business Research™, 20(1), 25-36.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-20-1.4Blank, Marco, & Ehmann, Kathrin, & Baum, Myriam, & Tiemann, Michael (2020). OFFICE JOBS FROM THE 1980S TO THE PRESENT DAY – A CASE EXAMPLE OF A MIXED-METHODS APPROACH. Review of Business Research™, 20(1), 37-54.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-20-1.5Tetteh, Barbara Naa Amanuah, & Abubakar, Jibreel Ustarz (2020). POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS OF COVID-19 ON WORK AND EMPLOYMENT IN GHANA. Review of Business Research™, 20(1), 55-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-20-1.6Washington, Montressa L., & Madden, Jennifer R. (2020). COLLABORATION & DESIGN THINKING: A TRANSDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO REDEFINING THE NEXT NORMAL AND CREATING RESILIENT ECOSYSTEMS. Review of Business Research™, 20(1), 61-74.

Volume 20, Issue 2 - Published in October of 2020
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-20-2.1Lim, Junsang (2020). IMPACT OF RETAIL ATMOSPHERICS AND HUMAN-RELATED RETAIL FACTORS ON THE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SHOPPING ENGAGEMENT. Review of Business Research™, 20(2), 5-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-20-2.2Kazmi, Syed, & Malhotra, D.K. (2020). AN EMPIRICAL EXAMINATION OF ECONOMIES OF SCALE IN THE ASIAN AIRLINE INDUSTRY. Review of Business Research™, 20(2), 13-24.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-20-2.3Peabody, S. Drew, & Manzi, Jeffrey A. (2020). MARKET TIMING AND THE USE OF DEBT FOR STOCK REPURCHASES. Review of Business Research™, 20(2), 25-40.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-20-2.4Bril, Jessica, & Bienstock, Joshua E., & Brown, Anne L., & Baez, Stacey, & Petraro, Vincent, & Schwartz, Eleanor, & Broedje, Ute, & Seaman, Cristina (2020). THE FUTURE OF FLEXIBLE WORK ARRANGEMENTS IN A POST COVID-19 UNIVERSE. Review of Business Research™, 20(2), 41-52.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-20-2.5Moody, Jordan, & Ogbolu, Michael N. (2020). SOCIALIZATION AND SOCIAL IDENTITY: A COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF THE BLACK STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCE AT HBCUS AND PWIS. Review of Business Research™, 20(2), 53-62.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-20-2.6Anand, Tirupathi, & Banerjee, Arindam, & Riaz, Sadia (2020). MAGNETIC PULL BY SMEs TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINED GROWTH IN THE U.A.E.. Review of Business Research™, 20(2), 63-68.

 
 
Volume 19, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2019
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-1.1Jones, Stephen, & Narcum, John, & Mason, Kevin (2019). FAST FOOD STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE: HEALTHY FOODS. Review of Business Research™, 19(1), 5-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-1.2Buyse, Alicia, & Lalonde, Carole (2019). PROFILES OF INNOVATIVE MIDDLE MANAGERS IN PLURALISTIC ENVIRONMENT. Review of Business Research™, 19(1), 13-28.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-1.3Robertson, Joey, & Brown, Diana, & Sullivan, Laura (2019). PRE-SUIT DISCOVERY IN COMPLEX BUSINESS LITIGATION. Review of Business Research™, 19(1), 29-38.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-1.4Becker, Hilary (2019). A PROPOSAL FOR USING BLUE OCEAN STRATEGY IN ECOTOURISM PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: METHODOLOGY FOR USE IN THE CUBAN TOURISM INDUSTRY. Review of Business Research™, 19(1), 39-44.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-1.5Calderón, Miguel, & Zucchino, Osvaldo, & Calderón, Mario Alejandro (2019). TIMING DIFFERENCES IN CUSTOMER ORDERS: AN EXAMPLE IN LOCAL FOOD SERVICE CHAIN. Review of Business Research™, 19(1), 45-49.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-1.6Lee, Woonghee (2019). TYPES OF CONVERGENCE PRODUCT AND BUSINESS STRATEGY. Review of Business Research™, 19(1), 50-55.

Volume 19, Issue 2 - Published in October of 2019
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-2.1Custis, Christine (2019). INTELLIGENT DECISIONS: HOW BUSINESSES CAN IMPROVE PROCESSES USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNOLOGIES. Review of Business Research™, 19(2), 5-10.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-2.2Petcharat, Neungruthai, & Srinammuang, Phanthipa (2019). ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY REPORT AND ITS ACHIEVEMENT: TOWARDS THAI-CONSTRUCTION SECTOR. Review of Business Research™, 19(2), 11-22.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-2.3O, Sewon, & Wang, Kun (2019). ACCOUNTING CURRICULUM AND DATA ANALYTICS. Review of Business Research™, 19(2), 23-30.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-2.4Lee, Woonghee (2019). INTER-INDUSTRY COLLABORATION: A PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL EXAMINATION. Review of Business Research™, 19(2), 31-36.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-2.5Kishali, Yunus, & Sharma, Hari, & Pandian, J Rajendran, & Hellac, Ferdi Asim (2019). ANALYSIS OF TURKISH TAXPAYERS’ PERCEPTIONS FOR GOVERNMENT TAX PLANNING DECISIONS. Review of Business Research™, 19(2), 37-44.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-2.6Lee, Ook (2019). A TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED. Review of Business Research™, 19(2), 45-50.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-2.7Jr, Francis J. Murphy, & Ware, Marlon (2019). INSTITUTION-BASED VIEW OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT. Review of Business Research™, 19(2), 51-56.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-2.8Lee, Woonghee (2019). STRATEGIES FOR LATE ENTRANTS IN A NETWORK MARKET. Review of Business Research™, 19(2), 57-62.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-19-2.9Casey, William L. (2019). THE IMPORTANCE OF MEASURING INEQUITIES IN INCOME DISTRIBUTION RATHER THAN INEQUALITIES: PUBLIC POLICY IMPLICATIONS. Review of Business Research™, 19(2), 63-71.

 
 
Volume 18, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2018
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-1.1Lewis, Daniel, & Savitz, Ryan (2018). THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN STATE PARTY LEADERSHIP AND ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS. Review of Business Research™, 18(1), 5-10.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-1.2Ratner, Mitchell, & Chiu, Chih-Chieh (Jason) (2018). ARE REITS AN EFFECTIVE HEDGE AGAINST STOCK RISK?. Review of Business Research™, 18(1), 11-16.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-1.3Calderón, Miguel, & Benavidez, Lauren (2018). TRADE ACROSS BORDERS AND GDP: ARE CORRELATED VARIABLES? THE CASE OF TWO SELECTED COUNTRIES IN CENTRAL AMERICA. Review of Business Research™, 18(1), 17-20.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-1.4Agarwal, Reita N., & Agarwal, Hershey, & Aggarwal, Rajesh, & Lee, Jong-Sung (2018). ECONOMIC IMPACT OF OPIOID EPIDEMIC IN TENNESSEE. Review of Business Research™, 18(1), 21-28.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-1.5Sah, Rakesh, & Jiang, Yuzhu (2018). AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO BASEL MORTGAGE RISK WEIGHTS. Review of Business Research™, 18(1), 29-34.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-1.6Omotoye, Richard O., & Mummalaneni, Venkatapparao, & Chinta, Ravi (2018). TRANSPARENCY AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT INFLOWS: ANALYSIS OF DIRECT AND INTERACTING EFFECTS ON MARKET CAPITALIZATION IN EMERGING MARKET ECONOMIES. Review of Business Research™, 18(1), 35-48.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-1.7Pearson, Stephen F., & Eggertsson, Matthias (2018). PROPOSING A CHANGE TO THE SIDSS FRAMEWORK FOR TECHNICAL EXPLOITATION OPERATIONS: ADVANCING THE INCLUSION OF PREPARATION & TRIAGE TO THE SIDSS FRAMEWORK. Review of Business Research™, 18(1), 49-58.

Volume 18, Issue 2 - Published in October of 2018
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-2.1Abubakar, Aminat Ahmadu (2018). EXPLORING ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS. Review of Business Research™, 18(2), 5-10.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-2.2Garcia-Martinez, Bogar, & Gonzales-Acolt, Roberto, & Franco-Barraza, Tessy (2018). BIBLIOMETRICS OF AGRO INDUSTRY. Review of Business Research™, 18(2), 11-16.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-2.3Chernenko, Nata (2018). DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES FOR SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COOPERATION. Review of Business Research™, 18(2), 17-24.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-2.4Mohamed, Fatma A., & Hassan, Ahmad M. (2018). COMPLEMENTORS’ TIE STRENGTH AND FIRMS’ INNOVATION AND PERFORMANCE. Review of Business Research™, 18(2), 25-34.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-2.5Raj, K. Hans, & Rai, S N, & Saxena, A. K. (2018). A REVIEW OF AGILE ORGANIZATIONS AND FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING WITH A CASE STUDY. Review of Business Research™, 18(2), 35-40.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-2.6Zhou, Steve (2018). A STRUCTURAL MODEL OF LEAN, SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT, AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE. Review of Business Research™, 18(2), 41-46.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-2.7Al-Hajri, Meshari O. (2018). AN EXAMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AUDIT COMMITTEE CHARACTERISTICS AND FIRM PERFORMANCE IN KUWAIT. Review of Business Research™, 18(2), 47-56.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-2.8Quansah, Fidelis (2018). STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELLING OF THE EFFECTS OF MANAGEMENT ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION, INDUSTRY CHARACTERISTICS, AND EXPORT MARKETING STRATEGY ON EXPORT PERFORMANCE IN THE WOOD INDUSTRY IN GHANA. Review of Business Research™, 18(2), 57-66.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-2.9Calderón, Miguel, & Calderón, Mario Alejandro, & Zucchino, Osvaldo (2018). GETTING CREDIT AS A VARIABLE FOR COUNTRY ECONOMY PERFORMANCE: THE RELATION FOR SELECTED COUNTRIES IN CENTRAL AMERICA. Review of Business Research™, 18(2), 67-71.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-2.10P.T., Dong, & N.T., Hong Nham (2018). RESEARCH OVERVIEW ON THE CREDIT ACCESSIBILITY TO CAPITAL OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES. Review of Business Research™, 18(2), 73-78.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-2.11Pena-Sanchez, Rolando (2018). DISTRIBUTION OF DROPOUTS’ PROPORTION FOR ONLINE AND CLASSROOM COURSES OF BUSINESS STATISTICS 2012-2018. Review of Business Research™, 18(2), 79-86.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-18-2.12Min, Chung-ki (2018). ANALYSIS OF TOURISM DEMAND IN ASIAN COUNTRIES USING PANEL DATA MODELS WITH COMMON TIME-SERIES VARIABLES. Review of Business Research™, 18(2), 87-90.

 
 
Volume 17, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2017
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-1.1Pivcevic, Smiljana (2017). A LITERATURE REVIEW OF INNOVATION RESEARCH IN THE HOTEL SECTOR. Review of Business Research™, 17(1), 7-16.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-1.2Jain, Abhijit (2017). DIAL-UP INTERNET USAGE AS AN INDICATOR OF DIGITAL DIVIDE IN THE U.S. MILITARY VETERAN POPULATION. Review of Business Research™, 17(1), 17-22.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-1.3Ragab, Dina, & Bienstock, Joshua, & Swid, Amr (2017). INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ ADJUSTMENT TO US UNIVERSITIES: A CULTURAL APPROACH.. Review of Business Research™, 17(1), 23-30.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-1.4Desta, Asayehgn (2017). LINKAGES BETWEEN ECONOMIC GROWTH AND FOOD SECURITY: AN ECLECTIC PERSPECTIVE. Review of Business Research™, 17(1), 31-40.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-1.5Hollowell, Byron J. (2017). AN EXAMINATION OF AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL GROUP’S TROUBLED ASSET RELIEF PROGRAMS. Review of Business Research™, 17(1), 41-48.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-1.6Choe, Kwangseek (2017). NETWORK ANALYSIS OF TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT STRATEGIES. Review of Business Research™, 17(1), 49-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-1.7Morawski, Mieczyslaw, & Piepiora, Zbigniew, & Rogala, Piotr (2017). MODEL OF ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT IN THE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES ON THE BASIS OF EMPIRICAL RESEARCH. Review of Business Research™, 17(1), 61-66.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-1.8Basargekar, Prema (2017). GENDER BUDGETING IN INDIA: A DROP IN THE OCEAN?`. Review of Business Research™, 17(1), 67-76.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-1.9AL-Hashimi, Mukhtar (2017). ARE HOLIDAYS GOOD FOR YOUR BUSINESS? THE CASE OF BAHRAIN. Review of Business Research™, 17(1), 77-80.

Volume 17, Issue 2 - Published in June of 2017
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-2.1Ossola, Giovanni, & Giovando, Guido, & Crovini, Chiara (2017). CORPORATE AND RISK GOVERNANCE: KEY-DRIVERS FOR VALUE-CREATION AND GROWTH. THE CASE OF CREDIT COOPERATIVE BANKS.. Review of Business Research™, 17(2), 7-18.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-2.2Gvelesiani, Revaz (2017). THE PROBLEM OF CONSIDERING POSSIBLE CONSEQUENCES OF THE CONSISTENT REFORMS IN THE ECONOMIC-POLITICAL DECISIONS. Review of Business Research™, 17(2), 19-24.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-2.3Ezza, Alberto, & Raspitzu, Ivan (2017). ALLIANCES IN HEALTHCARE: A QUEST FOR EFFICIENCY AND EQUITY - A CASE STUDY FROM THE ITALIAN HEALTHCARE SECTOR. Review of Business Research™, 17(2), 25-34.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-2.4Chung, Kim Choy (2017). EFFECTIVENESS OF ADVERTISING THEMES IN REDUCING SMOKING TENDENCIES IN CIS COUNTRIES. Review of Business Research™, 17(2), 35-40.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-2.5Lalromawia, K (2017). PEOPLE ELEMENT AND DESTINATION MARKETING - A STUDY OF SELECTED NORTHEASTERN CITIES IN INDIA. Review of Business Research™, 17(2), 41-46.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-2.6Pinna, Mariella, & Chiappa, Giacomo Del (2017). PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS' MOTIVATIONS AND PREFERRED INFORMATION SOURCES. EVIDENCE FROM ITALY. Review of Business Research™, 17(2), 47-62.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-2.7Arghutashvili, Valeri (2017). TOURISM DEVELOPMENT POLICY AND THE BARRIERS TO IT'S IMPLEMENTATION IN THE REGIONS OF GEORGIA. Review of Business Research™, 17(2), 63-68.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-2.8Rotondo, Federico, & Fadda, Nicoletta (2017). THE GOVERNANCE OF MULTILEVEL NETWORKS IN TOURISM. THE CASE OF 'AUTUNNO IN BARBAGIA'. Review of Business Research™, 17(2), 69-80.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-2.9Ramana, V. Venkata, & Kumar, D. V. Srinivas (2017). CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT (CRM) INITIATIVES IN INDIA - A COMPARISON OF SERVICE AND MANUFACTURING ORGANIZATIONS . Review of Business Research™, 17(2), 81-88.

Volume 17, Issue 3 - Published in October of 2017
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-3.1Martínez, Bogar García, & Durán, Irery Lizbeth Melchor, & Medina, Felipe de Jesús Salvador Leal (2017). THE ENTREPRENEUR INTENTION IN AN UNIVERSITY (STUDENTS IN AN ENTREPRENEURIAL PROGRAM). Review of Business Research™, 17(3), 7-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-3.2Hsu, Pei-Hui (2017). FINANCIAL EXPERTS ON THE AUDIT COMMITTEE AND AUDIT FIRM INDUSTRY LEADERSHIP. Review of Business Research™, 17(3), 13-28.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-3.3Reavis, Mark Ray, & Huang, Peng (2017). ARE CREDIT UNIONS LESS EFFICIENT THAN COMMERCIAL BANKS? AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF OPERATING EFFICIENCY. Review of Business Research™, 17(3), 29-36.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-3.4Chung, Dong Seop (2017). THE INTERRELATIONSHIP OF SOCIAL CAPITAL, ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE. Review of Business Research™, 17(3), 37-44.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-3.5Nakhle, Samer Francois, & Soued, Antoun, & Mikhael, Joseph (2017). THE ROLE OF NGOs IN THE TRANSFER OF EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS IN LEBANON: THE CASE OF INTAJ PROGRAM BY MERCY CORPS. Review of Business Research™, 17(3), 45-54.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-3.6Andreopoulos, Giuliana Campanelli, & Panayides, Alexandros (2017). POLLUTION AND CANCER MORTALITY: THE CASE OF NEW JERSEY. Review of Business Research™, 17(3), 55-60.

Volume 17, Issue 4 - Published in December of 2017
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-4.1Croucher, John S. (2017). DISTINGUISHING A LEADER FROM A MANAGER. Review of Business Research™, 17(4), 7-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-4.2Lau, Eric K. W., & Leung, Candy (2017). THE IMPORTANCE OF EXPERIENTIAL MARKETING ON CUSTOMER LOYALTY. Review of Business Research™, 17(4), 13-20.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-4.3Xie, Sisheng, & Ling, Yajing, & Ng, Jhony Choon Yeong (2017). GREY FORECASTING ANALYSIS OF SKILLED WORKERS DEMAND FOR ADVANCED MANUFACTURING IN JIANGSU PROVINCE. Review of Business Research™, 17(4), 21-32.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-4.4Mukherji, Sandip (2017). PREDICTING ANNUAL STOCK MARKET RETURNS WITH MARKET VARIABLES. Review of Business Research™, 17(4), 33-38.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-4.5Almasabi, Salwa, & Makkawi, Bilal (2017). THE IMPACT OF FINANCIAL RATIO ANALYSIS ON PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT: A TEACHING CASE. Review of Business Research™, 17(4), 39-44.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-4.6Sato, Yusuke, & Otake, Kohei, & Namatame, Takashi (2017). ANALYSIS OF THE DIFFUSION PHENOMENON OF THE TOPIC ON SOCIAL MEDIA – CASE STUDY OF JAPANESE TELEVISION DRAMA –. Review of Business Research™, 17(4), 45-54.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-4.7Anantharaman, Sekhar, & Paz, Veronica, & Kline, Germain (2017). GRADE DISTRIBUTIONS UNDER DIFFERENT TESTING ENVIRONMENTS – EVIDENCE FROM AN UPPER LEVEL ACCOUNTING CLASS. Review of Business Research™, 17(4), 55-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-4.8Fitzgerald, John, & Luo-Beitler, Yan, & Eggertsson, Matthias (2017). THE INFLUENCE OF REFERENCE GROUPS ON THE CONSUMERS' CONNECTION TO BICYCLE BRANDS. Review of Business Research™, 17(4), 61-68.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-17-4.9Christiane, Nga Nkouma Tsanga Rosalie (2017). IN THE BEGINNING WAS LOVE AND LOVE ENGENDERED MARKETS. AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF PURCHASING BEHAVIOUR RELATED TO OBLATIVE MOTIVATIONS. Review of Business Research™, 17(4), 69-76.

 
 
Volume 16, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2016
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-1.1Mullin, John, & Maniam, Balasundram, & Leavell, Hadley (2016). WHY ONLINE EDUCATION?. Review of Business Research™, 16(1), 7-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-1.2Gifford, Crystal D., & Greenfield, Alfred C. (2016). THE IMPORTANCE OF PLANNING FOR THE GIFT TAX. Review of Business Research™, 16(1), 13-18.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-1.3Spraggins, H. Barry (2016). SAFETY IMPLICATIONS OF NORTH AMERICAN RAIL TRANSPORT OF CRUDE OIL. Review of Business Research™, 16(1), 19-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-1.4Souiden, Nizar, & Khaldi, Hanen, & Amara, Emna (2016). POLITICAL PARTIES AS BRANDS: VOTERS' ELECTORAL BEHAVIORS IN A TRANSITIONING DEMOCRATIC ARAB COUNTRY. Review of Business Research™, 16(1), 27-40.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-1.5Kumar, Satish (2016). A REVIEW OF DETERMINANTS OF CORPORATE DIVIDEND POLICY. Review of Business Research™, 16(1), 41-52.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-1.6Lee, Tenpao, & Li, Jun, & Li, Zhihong, & Dong, Liang (2016). REGIONAL COLLABORATION AND MULTI-GOVERNANCE: A CASE STUDY OF SILICON VALLEY, USA. Review of Business Research™, 16(1), 53-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-1.7Shah, Abhay (2016). THE EFFECT OF CONSUMER CHARACTERISTICS, PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS, PRICE-POSITIONING AND PRIOR KNOWLEDGE ON SALES (MARKET SHARE) OF STORE BRANDS (SB) AND NATIONAL BRANDS (NB). Review of Business Research™, 16(1), 61-66.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-1.8Liu, Meilian, & Wu, Xuemin, & Long, Zhenjie (2016). RESEARCH ON INFLUENCING FACTORS OF ONLINE CONSUMER'S BEHAVIORAL INTENTIONS TOWARD ORIGINAL AND COUNTERFEIT GOODS. Review of Business Research™, 16(1), 67-83.

Volume 16, Issue 2 - Published in May of 2016
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-2.1Barker, A. Tansu (2016). IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INNOVATION AND RULE OF LAW?. Review of Business Research™, 16(2), 7-14.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-2.2Mardini, Patrick, & Ali, Nabil Al (2016). OIL PRICE AND THE U.S. STOCK MARKET: A CHANGE IN THE LONG-RUN RELATION. Review of Business Research™, 16(2), 15-24.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-2.3Long, Zhenjie, & Pan, Fan, & Liu, Meilian (2016). RESEARCH ON THE ONLINE CONSUMERS' PURCHASE INTENTION OF MOBILE PHONE BRAND IN THE CONTEXT OF MULTI-BRAND. Review of Business Research™, 16(2), 25-34.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-2.4Ng, Jhony Choon Yeong, & Jiang, Liying, & Shao, Iris Yu Ting (2016). A GROUNDED THEORY RESEARCH ON THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN JOB STRESS, STRESS OF SPOUSE, MONETARY INCENTIVE, AND SOCIAL INCENTIVE OF KNOWLEDGE WORKERS IN CHINA. Review of Business Research™, 16(2), 35-42.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-2.5Alajaji, Aalya (2016). BARRIERS OF ADOPTING E-COMMERCE IN SAUDI ARABIA. Review of Business Research™, 16(2), 43-50.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-2.6Chulkov, Dmitriy V. (2016). PREVENTING ESCALATION OF COMMITMENT IN MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SECURITY. Review of Business Research™, 16(2), 51-58.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-2.7Sorbello, Cav. Alessandro, & Karsaklian, Dr. Eliane (2016). GROUNDED THEORY AND EMOTIONAL ENGAGEMENT: WHAT DO WE LEARN FROM THE FIELD?. Review of Business Research™, 16(2), 59-70.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-2.8Kordyban, T.C., & Hicks, R. E., & Bahr, M. (2016). MOTIVATIONAL DRIVERS AND PERSONALITY VARIABLES AT WORK IN INDIA. Review of Business Research™, 16(2), 71-80.

Volume 16, Issue 3 - Published in October of 2016
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-3.1Byramjee, Framarz, & Korgaonkar, Pradeep (2016). AMINATION OF RISK-BEARING PROPENSITY EFFECTS WITHIN THE CONSUMERS’ TRANSACTION COSTS MODEL OF SHOPPING MEDIUM. Review of Business Research™, 16(3), 7-12.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-3.2Hollowell, Byron J. (2016). OPTIMAL ONLINE BUSINESS FINANCE COURSE DESIGN. Review of Business Research™, 16(3), 13-16.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-3.3Kunnanatt, James Thomas (2016). DOES GENDER DIFFERENCE INFLUENCE INVESTOR ORIENTATION? STUDY OF A NONURBAN SAMPLE FROM INDIA. Review of Business Research™, 16(3), 17-24.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-3.4Shao, Dale H., & McKinney, Ralph E., & Shao, Lawrence P. (2016). MICROCHIPS: TECHNOLOGY THAT CAN CHANGE MEDICAL SERVICES. Review of Business Research™, 16(3), 25-30.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-3.5Esmaeilpour, Majid, & Paryabi, Abbas (2016). A STUDY ON THE IMPACTS OF SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CITY. Review of Business Research™, 16(3), 31-40.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-3.6Ulusoy, Emre, & Reday, Peter (2016). A FRAMEWORK FOR A MARKETING STRATEGY: SYNTHESIZING THE ESSENTIAL FACTORS ORGANIZATIONS NEED TO CONSIDER FOR DEVELOPMENT. Review of Business Research™, 16(3), 41-50.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-3.7Suleymanli, Savalan (2016). NEW TRENDS AND CHALLENGES IN THE REGULATION OF FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES. Review of Business Research™, 16(3), 51-56.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-3.8Halilem, Norrin, & Amara, Nabil, & Rhaiem, Khalil, & Diop, Balla (2016). LOST IN THE VALLEY OF DEATH OF ACADEMIC INVENTIONS: A NON-RECURSIVE STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODEL OF ACADEMIC RESEARCHER’S ACTIVITIES. Review of Business Research™, 16(3), 57-72.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-3.9Wagué, Cheick, & Batavia, Bala, & Warrier, Nandakumar P. (2016). EFFECTS OF BANKING STRUCTURE ON LABOUR MARKET PERFORMANCE - AN EMPIRICAL STUDY. Review of Business Research™, 16(3), 73-82.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-3.10Barker, A. Tansu (2016). EXAMINING THE INNOVATIVE CAPACITY OF SIX EURASIAN COUNTRIES. Review of Business Research™, 16(3), 83-90.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-3.11Maniam, Balasundram, & Leavell, Hadley, & Anaya, Filiberto (2016). TRENDS IN THE GLOBAL PETROLEUM INDUSTRY: AN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE. Review of Business Research™, 16(3), 91-100.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-16-3.12Flynn, Catherine (2016). FACILITATING CIVILITY IN ONLINE LEARNING. Review of Business Research™, 16(3), 101-108.

 
 
Volume 15, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2015
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-1.1Pandian, J Rajendran, & Pruett, Mark Worrell (2015). STEREOTYPES: CURSE TO SOCIETY OR CURE TO ITS MALADIES?. Review of Business Research™, 15(1), 7-14.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-1.2Alonso, Julio C., & Chaves, Juan M. (2015). USING THE DAY-OF-THE-WEEK EFFECT TO IMPROVE THE VALUE AT RISK ESTIMATION FOR 5 LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES. Review of Business Research™, 15(1), 15-36.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-1.3Jr., Alfred C. Greenfield, & Gifford, Crystal D. (2015). THE LONG TERM EFFECTS OF TAX PLANNING: SAFE HARBOR VERSUS ACTUAL EXPENSE. Review of Business Research™, 15(1), 37-42.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-1.4Hand, Lynette Ena, & Hicks, Richard Edward, & Bahr, Mark (2015). RELATIONSHIPS AMONG TRANSFORMATIONAL AND TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP STYLES, ROLE PRESSURES, STRESS LEVELS, AND COPING RESOURCES IN SENIOR QUEENSLAND CATHOLIC EDUCATION EXECUTIVES. Review of Business Research™, 15(1), 43-54.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-1.5Mahapatra, Sabita (2015). AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF SHOPPING STYLE OF WOMEN. Review of Business Research™, 15(1), 55-68.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-1.6Pridmore, Jeannie, & Prince, Brad, & Dukes, Samantha (2015). USING THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM TO TEACH UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN AN INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS COURSE. Review of Business Research™, 15(1), 69-76.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-1.7Sanchez, Nathaniel, & Maniam, Balasundram, & Leavell, Hadley (2015). THE IMPACT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM BUSINESSES ON THE UNITED STATES ECONOMY. Review of Business Research™, 15(1), 77-82.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-1.8Watanabe, Melissa, & Felisberto, Bruno Gomes, & Gianezini, Miguelangelo, & Lopes, Gisele Silveira Coelho, & Mueller, Rafael Rodrigo (2015). ETHICS AND BUSHIDO IN BUSINESS CONDUCT. Review of Business Research™, 15(1), 83-97.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-1.9Tontiset, Nattawut, & Kaiwinit, Sirilak (2015). INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEM EFFECTIVENESS OF THAI-LISTED COMPANIES: AN EMPIRICAL RESEARCH OF ITS ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES. Review of Business Research™, 15(1), 98-114.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-1.10Chailom, Peerawat, & Suwan-natada, Pimgarn (2015). IMPACT OF E-COMMERCE INTEGRATED FOR EXPORT MARKETING STRATEGY ON PERFORMACE OF THAI EXPORT BUSINESSES. Review of Business Research™, 15(1), 115-130.

Volume 15, Issue 2 - Published in June of 2015
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-2.1Bhalerao, Hemangi Rajeev, & Kumar, Satishchandra (2015). DO NO HARM: ROLE OF NONVIOLENCE IN LEADERS ON COMMITMENT LEVEL OF SUBORDINATES – A STUDY IN INDIA. Review of Business Research™, 15(2), 7-14.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-2.2Chhillar, Palka, & Ramana, L V (2015). IMPACT OF INTERNATIONALIZATION AND CAPITAL STRUCTURE ON EARNINGS MANAGEMENT: EVIDENCE FROM INDIA. Review of Business Research™, 15(2), 15-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-2.3Chung, Dong Seop (2015). NETWORKING CAPABILITY AND THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED FIRMS. Review of Business Research™, 15(2), 27-32.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-2.4Jeong, Insik, & Kim, Eunmi (2015). AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF PRODUCT STRATEGY IN KOREAN EXPORTERS. Review of Business Research™, 15(2), 33-38.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-2.5Jeremic, Veljko, & Dobrota, Marina, & Jovanovic-Milenkovic, Marina, & Totic, Selena (2015). TOWARDS A FRAMEWORK FOR RANKING OF UNIVERSITIES IN SUBJECT CATEGORIES: THE POSTHOC I-DISTANCE APPROACH. Review of Business Research™, 15(2), 39-44.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-2.6Khokhobaia, Merab (2015). ECONOMIC IMPACT OF TOURISM IN SOUTH CAUCASUS REGION. Review of Business Research™, 15(2), 45-50.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-2.7Nicolini, Valentina, & Stefana, Alberto (2015). THE IMPACT OF COMMERCIAL COMMUNICATION ON CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOUR: A LITERATURE REVIEW AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUTURE RESEARCH. Review of Business Research™, 15(2), 51-62.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-2.8Estes, James P., & Hall, Kelly, & Stutz, Kristen (2015). CAPITAL APPRECIATION BONDS AS TOBACCO SETTLEMENT BONDS: A BAD IDEA FOR INVESTORS AND STATES. Review of Business Research™, 15(2), 63-74.

Volume 15, Issue 3 - Published in October of 2015
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-3.1Barker, Tansu (2015). EXAMINING THE SUCCESS FACTORS OF HIGHLY INNOVATIVE COUNTRIES. Review of Business Research™, 15(3), 7-16.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-3.2Pena-Sanchez, Rolando (2015). BARCODE AND RFID: TWO TECHNOLOGIES USED IN LOGISTICS TO IDENTIFY PHYSICAL PRODUCTS. Review of Business Research™, 15(3), 17-22.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-3.3Hernandez, Araceli Duran, & Lopez, Jose de Jesus Urzua, & Mora, Juan Flores (2015). CAR DEALER C.R.M. IN THE METROPOLITAN AREA OF GUADALAJARA. Review of Business Research™, 15(3), 23-36.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-3.4Awuah, Gabriel Baffour, & Iddris, Faisal (2015). STUDYING A FIRM'S INNOVATIONS AS A MULTI-FACETED (INTERACTIVE) SOCIO-TECHNICAL PROCESS. Review of Business Research™, 15(3), 37-46.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-3.5Best, Ronald, & Hodges, Charles W., & Yoder, James A. (2015). ASSET ALLOCATION ACROSS INVESTMENT HORIZONS WITH INDEPENDENT RETURNS. Review of Business Research™, 15(3), 47-54.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-3.6Chang, Wei-Lin, & Chan, Peng (2015). THE ETHICS OF BIG DATA. Review of Business Research™, 15(3), 55-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-3.7Olson, Joel D., & Boyer, Nathan, & Locker, Carol (2015). LEADERSHIP EDUCATION FOR ONLINE LEARNERS: A CASE STUDY. Review of Business Research™, 15(3), 61-74.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-3.8Madsen, Dag Oivind (2015). THE BALANCED SCORECARD IN THE CONTEXT OF SMES: A LITERATURE REVIEW. Review of Business Research™, 15(3), 75-86.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-3.9Soberg, Andrea (2015). CHALLENGES OF DOING RESEARCH IN CHINA. Review of Business Research™, 15(3), 87-92.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-3.10Lee, Woonghee (2015). ALLIANCE MODE IN INTER-FIRM COOPERATION: A REAL OPTION VIEW. Review of Business Research™, 15(3), 93-98.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-3.11Guo, Yanan, & Chan, Peng (2015). THE ETHICS OF MULTI-LEVEL MARKETING AND PYRAMID SCHEMES. Review of Business Research™, 15(3), 99-104.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-3.12Lee, Ook (2015). THE ULTIMATE SOLUTION FOR SMARTPHONE SPYWARE. Review of Business Research™, 15(3), 105-108.

Volume 15, Issue 4 - Published in December of 2015
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-4.1Matsumoto, Alberto S., & Jr, Antonio Carlos Arruda, & Jr, Idalberto José das Neves, & Bittencourt, Jairo A, & Fernandes, Jose Luiz Barros (2015). FINANCIAL EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY ABOUT HIGH-INCOME CIVIL SERVANTS. Review of Business Research™, 15(4), 7-14.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-4.2Colot, Olivier, & Bauweraerts, Jonathan (2015). WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF SUCCESSION IN BELGIAN FAMILY FIRMS. Review of Business Research™, 15(4), 15-30.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-4.3Al-Khoury, Pierre, & Daw, Dory (2015). SOCIAL MEDIA EFFECTS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY OF LEBANESE HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS.. Review of Business Research™, 15(4), 31-36.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-4.4Sharma, Kiran, & Nayak, Nayana (2015). AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF FACTORS LEADING TO STORE PATRONAGE AMONG INDIAN CONSUMERS. Review of Business Research™, 15(4), 37-54.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-4.5Grünbaum, Niels Nolsøe (2015). I CAN'T GET NO SATISFACTION OR CAN I?. Review of Business Research™, 15(4), 55-66.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-4.6Sutera, Cailin , & Hughes, Peggy Ann (2015). SIGNIFICANCE OF LEARNING MANUAL ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS. Review of Business Research™, 15(4), 67-72.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-15-4.7Taneja, Shivani (2015). EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF THE FERTILITY OUTCOMES OF WOMEN IN BRITAIN USING COUNT DATA MODELS. Review of Business Research™, 15(4), 73-98.

 
 
Volume 14, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2014
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.1Du, Chan (2014). COMPARATIVE STATICS OF OPTIMAL WEIGHTS ON MYOPIC PERFORMANCE MEASURES. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 7-18.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.2Kim, Jin-Woo (2014). ASSESSING ADVERTISING EFFICIENCY: THE CASE OF SUPER BOWL ADVERTISING. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 19-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.3Lertyingyot, Siriporn, & Jadesadalug, Viroj (2014). ACTIVITIES POTENTIAL AND LOGISTICS SERVICE SUCCESS ON COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM LOGISTICS SERVICE PROVIDER. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 27-36.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.4Molnar, Kathleen K. (2014). HAVE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF E-ETHICS CHANGED? A FIVE-YEAR STUDY. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 37-42.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.5Tomazini, Rosana, & Almeida, Wilson, & Bueno, Nidi, & Lustosa, Rogério (2014). THE ASSOCIATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE EU AND MERCOSUR: FAR BEYOND THAN A MERE FREE TRADE AGREEMENT. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 43-48.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.6Pirouz, Kamrouz (2014). OIL AND THE IRANIAN ECONOMY - FROM DISCOVERY OF OIL TO FORMATION OF THE ANGLO PERSIAN OIL COMPANY TO 1933 OIL AGREEMENT. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 49-56.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.7Chen, Hsuanwei Michelle (2014). DO INTERNET MESSAGE BOARD DISCUSSIONS AFFECT STOCK RETURNS? – A PERSPECTIVE FROM LEAD-LAG PATTERNS OF CO-MENTIONED STOCKS. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 57-64.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.8Klein, Christian P., & Almeida, Wilson, & Bueno, Nidi, & Antoni, Giorgio di (2014). POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ENVIRONMENTAL PUBLIC POLICIES: THE CASE OF GREEN COSTUMERS IN BRAZIL. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 65-70.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.9Lee, Sang-Myung (2014). NATIVE LANGUAGE AS AN INFORMATION FLOW BARRIER IN THE INTERNET MARKETPLACE. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 71-78.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.10Raksond, Saranya, & Janposri, Prawpalilan (2014). EFFECTS OF GOVERNMENT PRICE INTERVENTION POLICY ON THE COMPETTITIVENESS OF THAI RICE EXPORT. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 79-84.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.11Fitzgerald, Dr. John, & Salas-Amaro, Dr. Armando, & Eggertsson, Dr. Matthias, & Roldan, Dr. Alberto, & Luo-Bietler, Dr. Yan, & Djokic, Dr. Boris (2014). STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF ONLINE LEARNING: AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 85-92.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.12Kumar, Vimal, & Sharma, RRK (2014). TQM IMPLEMENTATION: DIFFICULTY ENCOUNTERED BY FIRMS WITH DIFFERENT STRATEGIES AND CULTURES. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 93-98.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.13Qiu, Manying, & Xu, Yaquan (2014). DIFFUSION OF OPEN SOURCE E-COMMERCE PLATFORM INTO BUSINESS SCHOOL CURRICULUM: EMBRACE WEB 3.0. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 99-104.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.14Verma, Pratima, & Sharma, RRK (2014). RELATING LEADERSHIP, CONTROL SYSTEM AND EMPLOYEE ATTRIBUTES TO SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE HORIZONTAL STRATEGY IN CONGLOMERATES. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 105-110.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-1.15Nguyen, Dr. Lam D., & Tran, Dr. Quan H.M., & Mujtaba, Dr. Bahaudin G., & Tran, Ms. Chat N. (2014). STUDENTS AND BUSINESS ETHICS: AN EXAMINATION OF BUSINESS STUDENTS AT A COLLEGE IN FLORIDA. Review of Business Research™, 14(1), 111-122.

Volume 14, Issue 2 - Published in June of 2014
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-2.1Sarsembayev, Iskhak, & Bogoviyeva, Elmira (2014). CONSUMER PERCEPTIONS REGARDING SHOPPING MALLS IN EMERGING MARKET OF KAZAKHSTAN. Review of Business Research™, 14(2), 7-10.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-2.2Wongjinda, Chawiang, & Ussahawanitchakit, Phaprukbaramee, & (2014). ACCOUNTING EXPERTISE ORIENTATION AND PROFESSIONAL SURVIVAL: EVIDENCE FROM BOOKKEEPERS IN THE NORTHEASTERN OF THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 14(2), 11-26.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-2.3Pragoddee, Kitiya, & Ussahawanitchakit, Phaprukebaramee, & (2014). PROFESSIONAL LEARNING INTEGRATION AND AUDIT SUCCESS: EVIDENCE FROM CPAs IN THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 14(2), 27-40.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-2.4Wimoonard, Thanapon, & Ussahawanitchakit, Praprukbaramee, & (2014). ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM COMPETENCY AND GOAL ACHIEVEMENT: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATION BUSINESSES IN THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 14(2), 41-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-2.5Dreyer, Johannes Kabderian, & Graversen, Mads Byskov (2014). AN INCOMPLETE OPTIMAL CURRENCY AREA: THE ISSUE OF MIGRATION IN THE EUROZONE. Review of Business Research™, 14(2), 61-72.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-2.6Rattanaphaphtham, Kanyanat (2014). THE MEDIATION ROLE OF INFORMATION RELEVANCE IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRATEGIC INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL INFORMATION REPORTING AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE IN THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 14(2), 73-82.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-2.7Mathiyalakan, Sathasivam, & Taylor, Greg, & Heilman, George E., & White, Sharon D., & Brusa, Jorge O., & Guitiérrez, Pablo Camacho (2014). ONLINE PRIVACY CONCERNS: GENDER DIFFERENCES AMONG HISPANIC UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS. Review of Business Research™, 14(2), 83-88.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-2.8Laonamtha, Uthen, & Laohamethanee, Worawit, & Lanna, University of Technology, & Paikhamnam, Atchaya (2014). STRATEGIC ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING MANAGEMENT AND FIRM SUCCESS OF FOOD BUSINESSES IN THAILAND: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES. Review of Business Research™, 14(2), 89-102.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-2.9Laonamtha, Uthen, & Pongpanpattana, Jeeraporn (2014). THE INTEGRATED INFORMATION SYSTEMS EFFECTIVENESS IN THAI INDUSTRIAL FIRMS: AN EMPIRICAL RESEARCH OF ITS ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES. Review of Business Research™, 14(2), 103-116.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-2.10Mehanna, Dr. Rock-Antoine, & Haykal, Dr. Rayan (2014). TO REFORM OR NOT TO REFORM…THAT IS NOT THE QUESTION: EVIDENCE FROM LEBANON. Review of Business Research™, 14(2), 117-122.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-2.11Paoloni, Mauro, & Bernardi, Cristiana (2014). BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL AND SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING: CURRENT TRENDS AND EMERGING ISSUES.. Review of Business Research™, 14(2), 123-136.

Volume 14, Issue 3 - Published in October of 2014
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.1Campos, Luisa, & Axinn, Catherine N., & Wang, Yong J. (2014). FIRM MOTIVATION TO INTERNATIONALIZE: INSIGHTS FROM ACADEMIC STUDIES. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 7-14.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.2Shupkulmongkol, Napaporn, & Ussahawanitchakit, Phaprukbaramee, & Janjarasjit, Suparak (2014). INTERNAL AUDIT KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PROFICIENCY AND INTERNAL AUDIT SUCCESS: A CONCEPTUIAL APPROACH. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 15-28.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.3Jang, Woo, & Shin, Dooyoung, & Kim, Sung, & Rhodes, Jason (2014). SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF THE BABY BOOMERS’ JOBS AND HOUSING PATTERNS IN A GIS FRAMEWORK. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 29-38.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.4Sahayrak, Kongkiat, & Boonlua, Sutana, & Muenthaisong, Kesinee (2014). INTERNAL AUDIT PROFESSIONALISM ORIENTATION AND FIRM GOAL ACHIEVEMENT: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 39-50.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.5Lalonde, Carole (2014). REVISITING THE CLAIM OF PROFESSIONALISM: THE CASE OF MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS IN THE HEALTHCARE SECTOR. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 51-74.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.6Ekkaphan, Mongkol, & Pratoom, Karun, & Sujchaphong, Pakorn (2014). STRATEGIC LEARNING MANAGEMENT ORIENTATION AND FIRM SUSTAINABILITY: A CONCEPTUAL MODEL. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 75-86.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.7Reday, Peter A., & Kos, Anthony, & Counts, R. Wayne, & Vlad, Melania, & Boyle, Andrew (2014). AN AUGMENTED SALES PRESENTATION MODEL FOR INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS SALES PEOPLE. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 87-94.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.8Kim, Iksuk, & California, Sue Youn Kim University of Southern, & Lee, Sang-Myung (2014). WHICH COMBO IS BETTER? - MOVIE GENRE AND AUDIENCE RATING ANALYSIS. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 95-100.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.9Philippe, Thomas W., & Koehler, Jerry W. (2014). EFFECTS OF ORGANIZATIONAL TENURE ON WORKPLACE DECEPTION. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 101-106.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.10Pongpratead, Phathairat, & Raksong, Saranya, & Janjarasjit, Suparak (2014). ACCOUNTING WELL-ROUNDED COMPETENCY AND PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 107-120.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.11Manzi, Jeffrey A., & Rayome, David L. (2014). THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MASTERY LEARNING IN FINANCE EDUCATION. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 121-128.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.12Gevorgyan, Gennadi, & Porter, Lance, & Manucharova, Naira (2014). IS CULTURE A DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD? EXPLORING THE ATTITUDINAL AND COGNITIVE EFFECTS OF CULTURALLY ACCOMMODATIVE ONLINE ADVERTISING. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 129-142.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.13Jirawuttinunt, Sumittra (2014). THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TOP MANAGEMENT TEAM, INTERNATIONAL DIVERSIFICATION STRATEGY AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: A CONCEPTUAL MODEL. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 143-150.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.14Amewu, Godfred, & Mensah, Sedzro K. (2014). FACTORS INFLUENCING THE CHOICE OF BANKS IN GHANA. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 151-162.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.15Aryal, Saroj, & Sah, Rakesh (2014). MARKET VOLATILITY AND MARKET INDEXED EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 163-170.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.16Tontiset, Nattawut, & Ittarat, Pornpimon (2014). THE ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF FINANCIAL REPORTING QUALITY: AN EMPIRICAL RESEARCH OF THAI-LISTED COMPANIES. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 171-184.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.17Best, Ronald W., & Geng, Dawei, & Hodges, Charles W., & Yoder, James A. (2014). VALUATION OF FIRMS USING ACCOUNTING VARIABLES. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 185-190.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.18Rattanaphaphtham, Kanyanat, & Kunsirisom, Rotcharin (2014). INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL INFORMATION DISCLOSURE, COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE AND CORPORATE PERFORMANCE OF THAI PRIVATE HOSPITAL: PERSPECTIVE OF SIGNALING THEORY AND RESOURCE-BASED VIEW. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 191-200.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.19Ninlaphay, Salakjit , & Sampattikorn, Sopida (2014). CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REPORTING: EVIDENCE FROM SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED ENTERPRISE IN THAILAND . Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 201-214.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-14-3.20Hugh, Steven E. Mc (2014). ACADEMIC LEARNING IN A REAL WORLD WORK ENVIRONMENT. Review of Business Research™, 14(3), 215-219.

 
 
Volume 13, Issue 1 - Published in March of 2013
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.1Poon, Wai-Ching, & Loo, Huck-Soo (2013). THE RELATIVE STRENGTH OF EXCHANGE RATE, INTEREST RATE AND CREDIT CHANNELS IN MALAYSIA. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 5-16.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.2Best, Ronald W., & Hodges, Charles W., & Yoder, James A. (2013). PRICE EARNINGS RATIOS AND ASSET ALLOCATION OVER VARYING INVESTMENT HORIZONS. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 17-22.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.3Beaghan, James P. (2013). NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENT PERFORMANCE AND ATTITUDES TOWARD ONLINE AND OTHER FORMS OF DISTANCE LEARNING. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 23-28.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.4Hollowell, Byron J., & Bossen, Andrea (2013). META-ANALYSIS OF ACQUISITION TRENDS IN THE BANKING SECTOR. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 29-38.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.5Ng, Jhony Choon Yeong (2013). TRUST AND INNOVATION: THE IMPACT OF INTERPERSONAL - TRUST ON TEAM INNOVATION. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 39-52.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.6Zhuang, Weiling (2013). HOW NATIONAL CULTURE INFLUENCES CUSTOMERS’ MOTIVATION FOR RELATIONSHIP MAINTENANCE: THE ROLE OF HOFSTEDE’ CONFUCIAN DYNAMISM DIMENSION. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 53-56.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.7Ciutiene, Dr.Ruta, & Savaneviciene, Dr. Asta, & Rutelione, Dr. Ausra (2013). MIDDLE LEVEL MANAGERS STRESSORS STUDY . Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 57-62.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.8Xu, Yaquan, & Qiu, Manying, & Wang, Haibo (2013). THE TABU SEARCH APPLICATION: AN APPROACH TO MINE MARKET BASKET DATA. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 63-70.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.9Fernandes, José L. B., & Araujo, Paulo H. D. de, & Fernandes, Ernani L. B. (2013). ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT (ERM): A STUDY OF ERM IMPLEMENTATION LEVELS IN BRAZILIAN COMPANIES. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 71-76.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.10Poonpool, Nuttavong, & Sukkhewat, Anchalee, & Kaiwinit, Sirilak (2013). THE BUDGETARY CONTROL OF THE FIRMS WITHIN THE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE AUTHORITY OF THAILAND: IMPACTS ON INVESTMENT EFFICIENCY AND FIRM WEALTH. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 77-92.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.11Prince, Bradley J., & Pridmore, Jeannie L. (2013). MIS CAREER PLANNING BY COURSE RELATED MIS RESEARCH. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 93-96.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.12Cheng, Xueyu (2013). AN EMPIRICAL TEST OF THE RISK-RETURN TRADE-OFF IN EDUCATIONAL CHOICE. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 97-102.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.13Giordano, Justin A., & College, SUNY-Empire State (2013). REGULATIONS AND THEIR IMPACT ON SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 103-108.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.14Poonpool, Nuttavong, & Limsuwan, Sumalee, & Satchawatee, Natarpha (2013). THE EFFECTS OF RISK MANAGEMENT EFFECTIVENESS ON ORGANIZATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY BUSINESSES. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 109-122.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.15, John Fitzgerald, & Sullivan, Gerald, & Djokic, Boris (2013). MARKET ORIENTATION AND THE DIMINISHING RETURN ON INVESTMENT IN COMMUNITY BANKS: IS MARKET ORIENTATION, OR ANY OF ITS THREE COMPONENTS, CONTRIBUTING TO BANK FAILURES?. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 123-127.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-1.16Estes, James (2013). PENSIONS VS. HEALTH CARE, IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT PENSIONS. Review of Business Research™, 13(1), 128-138.

Volume 13, Issue 2 - Published in June of 2013
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.1Hetsheimeir, Marcio, & Lima, Fabiano Guasti, & Júnior, Tabajara Pimenta (2013). SHAREHOLDER VALUE ADDED AS A VALUE CREATION MEASURE IN NON FINANCIAL BRAZILIAN COMPANIES: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 5-10.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.2Choi, Jeongil, & Lee, Sang-Myung, & Ahn, Sanghyung (2013). NAVIGATE NEW INDUSTRY: KOREA’S NAVIGATION PIONEER, THINKWARE. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 11-20.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.3Lim, Weng Marc, & Ting, Ding Hooi, & Sim, Justin Chun Keat, & Hew, Kah Mun, & Cheong, Kevin Kin Wai (2013). UNDERSTANDING THE INFLUENCE OF GREEN MARKETING STRATEGIES ON CONSUMER PERCEPTION AND DECISION-MAKING. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 21-28.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.4Sharma, Raghavendra Kumar, & Sharma, R Shriniwas, & Kulkarni, Apoorva V. (2013). FEW INPROVEMENTS TO AN ALGORITHM FOR PREPARING PERT NETWORKS. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 29-34.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.5Baotham, Sumintorn (2013). CORE COMPETENCIES AND JOB INVOLVEMENT ON JOB PERFORMANCE OF ACCOUNTANTS IN THAI LISTED COMPANIES. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 35-44.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.6Untachai, Subchat (2013). THE EFFECT OF SERVQUAL ON THE PURCHASE INTENETION IN A RETAILING SECTOR, UDONTHANI, THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 45-60.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.7Sharma, Professor R Raghavendra Kumar, & Dubey, Ananya, & Singh, Surya P (2013). SOLVING TWIN OBJECTIVE FACILITY LAYOUT PROBLEM (TOFLP) BY LAGRANGIAN RELAXATION PROCEDURE: PRELIMINARY COMPUTATIONS. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 61-64.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.8Sartori, Riccardo, & Ceschi, Andrea, & Dorofeeva, Ksenia (2013). CAN SIMULATIONS PERFORM DECISION-MAKING AND LEARNING PROCESSES OF TEAMS?. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 65-72.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.9Mukonoweshuro, Rumbidzai (2013). CASE STUDY: SUCCESSFULLY EMBEDDING THE ACQUISITION OF ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS ON A WORK BASED LEARNING PROGRAMME, THROUGH SUSTAINABLE PARTNERSHIP WITH FROST CHARITY ORGANISATION. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 73-78.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.10Chuntarung, Napaporn, & Saekoo, Areerat, & Klongpayabarn, Jitsai (2013). BUILDING SUPERIOR CUSTOMER VALUE ON MARKETING PERFORMANCE OF EXPORTING BUSINESSES IN THAILAND: THE EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF ITS ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 79-94.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.11Musig, Pornpun , & Kunsrison, Rotcharin (2013). THE ROLE OF PROFESSIONAL ETHICAL DECISION MAKING ON AUDIT EFFICIENCY OF THE COOPERATIVE AUDITING DEPARTMENT IN THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 95-104.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.12Eysteinsson, Fridrik, & Gudlaugsson, Thorhallur (2013). PREDICTING THE LEVEL OF BANKS´ CUSTOMER FORGIVENESS FOLLOWING A BANKING CRISIS. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 105-110.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.13Sumritsakun, Chaiyot, & University, Maejo (2013). ANTECEDENT AND CONSEQUENCE OF CAATs IMPLEMENT SUCCESS IN INTERNAL AUDIT: CASE STUDY OF THAI-LISTED COMPANIES. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 111-118.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.14Erdener, Carolyn, & Frolova, Yuliya (2013). MANAGERIAL ETHICS RESEARCH: ISSUES FOR ACCOUNTING IN KAZAKHSTAN. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 119-124.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-2.15Wong, Wong Ming, & Mo, Hao Fan (2013). PURCHASE BEHAVIOR RELATED TO RECYCLED PRODUCT IN CHINA. Review of Business Research™, 13(2), 125-131.

Volume 13, Issue 3 - Published in October of 2013
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-3.1Casey, William L. (2013). GROWING CONCERN AND HOSTILITY ABOUT CHINESE FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN THE U.S.: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE. Review of Business Research™, 13(3), 5-16.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-3.2Cutshall, Robert, & Sim, Jaesung (2013). DOES THE USE OF A VIRTUAL SPOKESPERSON INDUCE INITIAL TRUST IN ELECTRONIC COMMERCE WEBSITES?. Review of Business Research™, 13(3), 17-24.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-3.3Mukherji, Sandip (2013). A STUDY OF SOME POTENTIAL BIASES IN STUDENT EVALUATIONS OF TEACHING. Review of Business Research™, 13(3), 25-30.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-3.4Kouchekian-Sabour, Shahin (2013). A FUZZY MPMC MODEL TO EVALUATE THE REUSABILITY OF FAST-INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS. Review of Business Research™, 13(3), 31-40.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-3.5Byramjee, Framarz, & Korgaonkar, Pradeep (2013). A REVIEW OF THE ROLE OF CONSUMERS’ TRANSACTION COSTS IN THE TRADITIONAL AND ONLINE SHOPPING ENVIRONMENTS . Review of Business Research™, 13(3), 41-46.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-3.6Sangsawang, Thitiworada, &, Phapruke Ussahawanitchakit, & (2013). BEST MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATION BUSSINESS IN THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 13(3), 47-66.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-3.7Buaphaun, Nakarn, & Ussahawanitchakit, Phapruke, & (2013). COST ALLOCATION COMPETENCY AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM PAPER AND PACKAGING BUSINESSES IN THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 13(3), 67-84.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-3.8Thitiyapramote, Natthanan, & Ussahawanitchakit, Phapruke, & (2013). SOCIAL ACCOUNTING PRACTICE AND FIRM VALUE: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF ISO 14000 FIRMS IN THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 13(3), 85-106.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-3.9Shupkulmongkol, Napaporn, & Ussahawanitchakit, Phapruke, & (2013). AUDIT TALENT, BEST AUDIT QUALITY AND STAKEHOLDER RELIABILITY: AN EMPIRICAL RESEARCH OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS IN THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 13(3), 107-122.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-3.10Laohamethanee, Worawit, & Ussahawanitchakit, Phapruke, & Boonlua, Sutana (2013). INTERNAL AUDIT SKEPTICISM AND FIRM VALUE OF THAI-LISTED FIRMS: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF ITS ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES. Review of Business Research™, 13(3), 123-150.

Volume 13, Issue 4 - Published in October of 2013
dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-4.1Ngowsiri, Sutee, & Ussahawanitchakit, Phapruke, & Pratoom, Karun (2013). STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT CREATIVITY AND SERVICE PERFORMANCE: AN EMPIRICAL RESEARCH OF HOTEL BUSINESSES IN THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 13(4), 5-38.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-4.2Waranantakul, Orawan, & Ussahawanitchakit, Phapruke, & Jhundra-indra, Pratanporn (2013). SERVICE INNOVATION CREATION CAPABILITY OF SPA BUSINESSES IN THAILAND: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES. Review of Business Research™, 13(4), 39-76.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-4.3Laonamtha, Uthen, & Ussahawanitchakit, Phapruke, & Boonlua, Sutana (2013). MODERN COST MANAGEMENT CAPABILITY AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: AN EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT OF AUTO PARTS BUSINESSES IN THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 13(4), 77-102.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-4.4Chaveerug, Aukkaradej, & Leemanonwarachai, Teeraporn (2013). EFFECTIVENESS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE MANAGEMENT ON ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM VALUE: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF SMES IN THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 13(4), 103-116.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-4.5Sharfaraj, Mahbub (2013). NATIONAL DRUG POLICY-NDP 1982 AND THE DRUGS CONTROL ORDINANCE 1982 OF BANGLADESH: A SUCCESS STORY. Review of Business Research™, 13(4), 117-124.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-4.6Morita, Rafael de Almeida, & Junior, Tabajara Pimenta, & Lima, Fabiano Guasti (2013). THE RELATION BETWEEN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND THE PERFORMANCE IN THE BRAZILIAN PUBLIC COMPANIES . Review of Business Research™, 13(4), 125-132.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-4.7Anantharaman, Sekhar, & Joseph, Jerry (2013). OPERATIONALIZING JACK WELCH’S VITALITY CURVE. Review of Business Research™, 13(4), 133-140.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-4.8Andreopoulos, George, & Andreopoulos, Giuliana Campanelli, & Panayides, Alexandros (2013). THE LARGE AND OPAQUE NETWORKS OF THE ANTI-MALARIA DRUG SUPPLY CHAIN. Review of Business Research™, 13(4), 141-148.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-4.9Gudmundsdottir, Svala (2013). THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIOCULTURAL ADJUSTMENT AND INTRINSIC JOB SATISFACTION. Review of Business Research™, 13(4), 149-156.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-4.10Yasamorn, Nikorn (2013). SOCIAL INTERACTION, KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT CAPABILITIES, AND FIRM SUCCESS: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF SPA BUSINESSES IN THAILAND. Review of Business Research™, 13(4), 157-166.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-4.11Tallman, Rick, & Kalyn, Deborah (2013). CONFLICT IN VETERINARIAN HOSPITALS. Review of Business Research™, 13(4), 167-172.

dx.doi.org/10.18374/RBR-13-4.12Tay, Soon, & Chan, Peng, & Nguyen, Lam (2013). STRATEGIC GREEN MANAGEMENT AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE. Review of Business Research™, 13(4), 173-180.

 

 

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