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Empirical works on examining taxpayer compliance and judiciously targeting risky taxpayers from a population of large taxpayers are hitherto scarce. This paucity of research has been the main result of the limited set of taxpaid data available at a micro level to researchers. It is in this...
The ability to forecast consumer demand accurately is of great importance to companies in the consumer market. The food industry, in particular, views consumer availability as the cornerstone of their business. However, many companies concede that their forecasting process does not perform as...
Over the past ten years, intense global competition has forced many firms to examine their business practices and to evaluate how to meet the challenges economic globalization has presented. Underlying these efforts has been an examination of strategic priorities and in particular recognition of...
Association‐sponsored benchmarking programs are developed, organized, and implemented by a professional association of member institutions. Methods used often include survey‐type data collection instruments or traditional benchmarking strategies with site visits. These types of programs can be...
While the need to set targets has been widely discussed in the TQM, benchmarking and re‐engineering literature, guidance aimed at helping management report and interpret performance against targets has been fragmented. Very little literature has appeared that brings together our current state of...
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