Vol. 11 Nbr. 4, June 2011
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- A welcome note.
- Management control system and firm success: an empirical investigation of electronics parts businesses in Thailand.
- Quality perception and successful information seeking processes as objectives of web content presentation: a discussion of the F-shaped pattern based on an eye-tracking experiment.
- Predictors of student success in undergraduate business statistics course.
- Strategic positioning, firm resources and adoption of proactive environmental practices: evidence from manufacturing firms in China.
- A comprehensive framework of classifying management science/operation research techniques' applications in banking.
- The effects of the U.S. budget deficit and inflation on exchange rate.
- The relationship of liked music with music emotion dimensions, shopping experience, and return patronage intentions in retail and service settings.
- Empirical estimation of the parameters of the consumption-based capital asset pricing model with 20 different market indices.
- Liquidity shocks and industry payout policy.
- Negative EVA and value: a paradox?
- Developing international positioning model for defence goods.
- Networks of free trade agreements.
- An empirical study of integration issues in is development.
- An investigation of factors influencing e-commerce.
- The determinants of diabetes using state-level panel data.
- Working through sox: how to help corporations improve their accounting departments' policies.
- Microscopic simulation for medical center transportation planning.
- Is there another shoe to drop in the credit rating of municipal bonds?
- A case based study of the relationship between innovation and organizational structure and architecture.
- The performance of U.S. financial assets in expansions and recessions.
- The CRA: a component of the subprime mortgage crisis?
- Gender effects on e-commerce.
- A stochastic programming model for multiperiod portfolio selection with new constraints.
- Effects of expressive writing about workplace events on satisfaction, stress, and well-being.
- Stock return and inflation risk: the disaggregate model.