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Exploring Why Organisations Differ in Board Configuration: Do Organisations’ Age, Size and their Years Being Public Matter? Findings from Greek Listed Manufacturing Organisations
(British Academy of Management (BAM), 2019-09-05)
In this paper building upon several theories (agency theory, stakeholder theory and resource dependence theory) and by utilising data from 161 Greek manufacturing companies that were listed in the Athens Stock Exchange on ...
Pricing Decisions and Competitive Conduct Across Manufacturing Sectors: Evidence from 19 European Union Manufacturing Industries
This paper investigates the pricing decisions across the manufacturing sectors of 19 EU countries over 1995–2014. The markup formulation of De Loecker and Warzynski (Am Econ Rev 102(6):2437–2471, 2012) is employed in order ...
Fake Advertising? Neutrality in descriptions beside overall hotel scores
Hotel reviews influence travellers' booking decisions. Research on this topic is focused on the scores or comments given through the reviews. However, no studies have looked into the one-word descriptions associated with ...
Choice Under Risk: How Occupation Influences Preferences
In the last decade, a number of studies in the behavioral sciences, particularly in psychology and economics, have explored the complexity of individual risk behavior and its underlying factors. Most previous studies have ...
Tourism, ageing and the demographic timebomb - The implications of dementia for the visitor economy : A perspective paper
Purpose: This paper aims to examine the development of research on ageing and demography and the implications for the study of tourism. It examines the demographic time bomb created by an ageing population and the implications ...
The role of school-based health education in adolescent spiritual, moral, social and cultural development
Background: The broad nature of young people’s development is internationally acknowledged, which includes physical, mental, spiritual, moral and social elements. In England, schools have a legal obligation to promote ...
Socioeconomic Differences and the Potential Role of Tribes in Young People’s Food and Drink Purchasing Outside School at Lunchtime
Socioeconomic deprivation has been linked to food consumption practices, but studies investigating the food environment around schools provide mixed findings. Peer influence and marketing cues are considered important ...
The Platformisation Of Work In Europe: Highlights from research in 13 European countries
(Foundation for European Progressive Studies, 2019-07-09)
Public Private Partnerships (PPP) in the Developing World: Mitigating Financiers’ Risks
A major challenge for foreign lenders in financing PPP infrastructure projects in an emerging market is the bankability of country-related risks. Despite existing studies on country risks in international project financing, ...
Marketization, Performative Environments and the Impact of Organisational Climate on Teaching Practice In Business Schools
Marketisation of higher education has emerged as a global trend in many countries and in the UK, students are now paying amongst the highest tuition fees globally. Marketisation is synonymous with performative management ...