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Purpose – The purpose of this article is to perform a literature review of the existing body of empirically‐based studies relating to the causes and implications of how the ethical climate of a company ultimately affects the incidence of workplace deviance. Design/methodology/approach – The...
Purpose – This paper aims to test the impact of corporate governance structure on corporate values. Design/methodology/approach – The paper employs factor analysis and three‐stage least squares to identify and explain variance in corporate values. Findings – In accordance with the...
Purpose – Concerns for improving governance have focused attention on the role of boards of directors in evaluating the performance of the CEOs. There have been numerous discussions about how performance and strategic management systems aid in the evaluation and implementation of strategy and...
Purpose – The research has the following objectives: to contribute to a clear understanding of the present social commitment of small and medium‐sized enterprises (SMEs), analyzing the characteristics of CSR in them; making it easier to identify, develop and spread the instruments suitable to...
Purpose – The emergence of the information and communications technology (ICT) sector in Ireland over the course of the past decade has paralleled a period of exceptional national economic growth. This has raised questions regarding wealth distribution, power and governance. This paper seeks to...
Purpose – This research paper aims to examine global factors influencing business behaviour in the Russian oil and natural gas sector. The aspect of corporate governance will serve as an indicator for the business behaviour processes under review. It will be investigated whether global factors...
Purpose – The purpose of the research was to discover to what extent franchisees supported the direction the company was taking as determined by the board of directors. Specifically, franchisees were invited to comment on corporate policies, initiatives and values that they were expected to...
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