Recent Submissions

  • Organisational culture and TQM implementation: investigating the mediating influences of multidimensional employee readiness for change 

    Haffar M, Al-Karaghouli W, Djebarni R et al (2018) Organisational culture and TQM implementation: investigating the mediating influences of multidimensional employee readiness for change. Total Quality Management & Business Excellence. Article in Press.
    Despite the robust evidence for the direct relationship between organisational culture (OC) and total quality management (TQM), the mechanisms underlying this relationship are not fully explored and have received little ...
  • Environmental victims, access to justice and the sustainable development goals 

    Emeseh E (2018) Environmental victims, access to justice and the sustainable development goals. In: Eboe-Osuji C and Emeseh E (Eds.) Nigerian Yearbook of International Law 2017. Springer. 291-315.
  • Critical factors affecting leadership: a higher education context 

    Hassan A, Gallear D and Sivarajah U (2018) Critical factors affecting leadership: a higher education context. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy. Article in Press.
    Purpose – While the importance of leadership in various domains has been highlighted in the extant literature, effective leadership in the context of higher education sector has not been well addressed in the leadership ...
  • Guest Editiorial: Capital market and corporate misbehaviour 

    Liu J, Wu Y and Udding M (2018) Capital market and corporate misbehaviour. China Finance Review International. 8(2): 118-121.
  • Corporate boards, ownership structures and corporate disclosures: Evidence from a developing country 

    Alnabsha A, Abdou HA, Ntim CG and Elamer AA (2018) Corporate boards, ownership structures and corporate disclosures: Evidence from a developing country. Journal of Applied Accounting Research. 19(1): 20-41.
    The purpose of this paper is to investigate the effect of corporate board attributes, ownership structure and firm-level characteristics on both corporate mandatory and voluntary disclosure behaviour. Multivariate regression ...
  • Islamic Governance, National Governance, and Bank Risk Management and Disclosure in MENA Countries 

    Elamer AA, Ntim CG and Abdou HA (2017) Islamic Governance, National Governance, and Bank Risk Management and Disclosure in MENA Countries. Business and Society. Accepted for publication.
    We examine the relationships among religious governance, especially Islamic governance quality (IGQ), national governance quality (NGQ), and risk management and disclosure practices (RDPs), and consequently ascertain whether ...
  • Response-ability: Practicing integrity through intimacy in the marketplace 

    Fukukawa K (2018) Response-ability: Practicing integrity through intimacy in the marketplace. Journal of Business Ethics. Article in Press.
    The paper addresses the problem of pursuing ethical business practices purely under the aegis of ‘integrity’, as frequently used to characterise morally desirable traits. Drawing on the work of philosopher Thomas Kasulis, ...
  • Entrepreneurs’ improvisational behavior and new venture performance: firm-level and institutional contingencies 

    Adomako S, Opoku RA and Frimpong K (2018) Entrepreneurs’ improvisational behavior and new venture performance: Firm-level and institutional contingencies. Journal of Business Research. 83: 10-18.
    Despite the growing research on the influence of entrepreneurs’ improvisational behavior on organizational outcomes, there is limited understanding of the specific firm-level and institutional conditions under which ...
  • Entrepreneurial alertness and new venture performance: Facilitating roles of networking capability 

    Adomako S, Danso A, Boso N et al (2018) Entrepreneurial alertness and new venture performance: facilitating roles of networking capability. International Small Business Journal: Researching Entrepreneurship. Article in Press.
    An ability to act upon an entrepreneurial opportunity has been noted to be a major driver of new venture success. However, scholarly knowledge is limited on how and when entrepreneurs’ alertness to entrepreneurial opportunities ...
  • The moderating influence of competitive intensity on the relationship between CEOs’ regulatory foci and SME internationalization 

    Adomako S, Opoku RA and Frimpong K (2017) The moderating influence of competitive intensity on the relationship between CEOs’ regulatory foci and SME internationalization. Journal of International Management. 23(3): 268-278.
    The international business literature has mainly focused on the impact of top managers' psychological attributes on firms' strategic decisions. However, the potential moderating influence of industry conditions such as ...
  • Institutional preferences, demand shocks and the distress anomaly 

    Ye Q, Wu Y and Liu J (2018) Institutional preferences, demand shocks and the distress anomaly. The British Accounting Review. Article in Press.
    Our paper examines the distress anomaly on the Chinese stock markets. We show that the anomaly disappears after controlling for institutional ownership. We propose two hypotheses. The growing scale of institutional investors ...
  • Exploring mispricing in the term structure of CDS spreads 

    Jarrow R, Li H, Ye X et al (2018) Exploring mispricing in the term structure of CDS spreads. Review of Finance. Accepted for Publication.
    Based on a reduced-form model of credit risk, we explore mispricing in the CDS spreads of North American companies and its economic content. Specifically, we develop a trading strategy using the model to trade out of ...
  • Evaluating the educational effectiveness of simulation games: A value generation model 

    Ranchhod A, Gurau C, Loukis E and Trivedi R (2014) Evaluating the educational effectiveness of simulation games: A value generation model. Information Sciences. 264: 75-90.
    This article investigates the relationships between various types of educational value generated by the Markstrat simulation game. Considering several theoretical models of experiential learning and the research framework ...
  • Does explicit comparative advertising affect Indian consumers’ attitudes towards low and high-involvement product? 

    Varsha J, Trivedi R, Joshi V et al (2015) Does explicit comparative advertising affect Indian consumers’ attitudes towards low and high-involvement product? International Journal of Emerging Markets. 10(1): 122-140.
    With increasing use of explicit comparative advertisement to get share of consumers’ mind and influence their purchase decision in western context, the same is now used extensively in emerging markets like India. However, ...
  • MGA Entertainment, Consumer Entertainment Products Company: Marketing Strategies for ‘Bratz’ 

    Patel JD, Trivedi R and Savalia J (2015) MGA Entertainment, Consumer Entertainment Products Company: Marketing Strategies for ‘Bratz’. South Asian Journal of Business and Management Cases. 4(2): 226-239.
    Toy industry in the US is product driven and full of challenges. This case presents an overview of the California-based Micro Games of America (MGA) Entertainment, which is a consumer entertainment products company, engaged ...
  • Pro-environmental behaviour, locus of control and willingness to pay for environmental friendly products 

    Trivedi R, Patel JD, Savalia JR (2015) Pro-environmental behaviour, locus of control and willingness to pay for environmental friendly products. Marketing Intelligence and Planning. 33(1): 67-89.
    Marketers have realized the importance of assessing consumers’ willingness to pay (WTP) before introducing green products across different target audience. The purpose of this paper is to examine the relative influence of ...
  • Does university play significant role in shaping entrepreneurial intention? A cross-country comparative analysis 

    Trivedi R (2016) Does university play significant role in shaping entrepreneurial intention? A cross-country comparative analysis. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development. 23(3): 790-811.
    The purpose of this article is To foster entrepreneurship among students and incubate more start-ups for economic prosperity, universities around the globe are required to play a key role in terms of developing an overall ...
  • The Janus-Faced Role of Gambling Flow in Addiction Issues 

    Trivedi R and Teichert T (2017) The Janus-Faced Role of Gambling Flow in Addiction Issues. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking. 20(3): 180-186.
    Flow experience has been widely investigated in experiential activities such as sports, the performing arts, gaming and Internet usage. Most studies focus on the positive aspects of flow experience and its effect on ...
  • How to Implement Informational and Emotional Appeals in Print Advertisements: A Framework for Choosing Ad Appeals Based on Advertisers' Objectives and Targeted Demographics 

    Teichert T, Hardeck D, Liu Y and Trivedi R (2017) How to Implement Informational and Emotional Appeals in Print Advertisements: A Framework for Choosing Ad Appeals Based on Advertisers' Objectives and Targeted Demographics. Journal of Advertising Research. Accepted for publication.
    Advertising nudges consumers along several steps to purchase, and each step necessitates that advertisers set different objectives and message strategy. This study offers a framework for the appropriate choice of advertising ...
  • Entrepreneurial-intention constraint model: A comparative analysis among post-graduate management students in India, Singapore and Malaysia 

    Trivedi R (2017) Entrepreneurial-intention constraint model: A comparative analysis among post-graduate management students in India, Singapore and Malaysia. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal. 13(4): 1239-1261.
    Although literature on entrepreneurship has increasingly focused on intention-based models, not much emphasis has been laid on understanding the combined effect of contextual and situational factors along with support of ...

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