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  • Wang, Liu (Southern New Hampshire University, 2007-10)
    Recent literature has focused on privatization in addressing the issue of making state-owned enterprises (SOEs) more competitive in the global marketplace. As a result, a number of SOEs have been privatized in many transition ...
  • Beaudry, David N. (Southern New Hamsphire University, 2007-10)
    Using system dynamics modeling tools, this paper explains the effects of innovations on relative international wages based on two countries. The Heckscher-Ohlin model of international trade is the bases factor-proportions ...
  • Riveras, Jorge (Southern New Hampshire University, 2007-10)
    Many authors have written about the "resource curse" where countries with large abundance of mineral resources have a consistent pattern of slow growing economies. Through the use of a logistic regression, that employs ...
  • Manus, Alexandru (Southern New Hamsphire University, 2007-10)
    This paper will present the idea of clusters from Michael Porter’s perspective, and bringing together literature regarding the choice of location for industrial clusters, the final goal of this paper will be to create a ...
  • Beaudry, David N. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2007-10)
    Technology Convergence is more than a buzz word. Technology Convergence is the combining of two or more different technologies or services to create a new product offering that can disrupt established markets or create new ...
  • Torrisi, C. Richard; Delaunay, Christian J.; Kocia, Agata; Lubieniecka, Marta (Southern New Hampshire University, 2007-10)
    This paper examines the determinants of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Poland and the Polish FDI experience since economic transition to a full market economy began in late 1989. Poland with a population of 38 million, ...
  • Shaydulova, Angelique; Banai, Moshe (Southern New Hampshire University, 2007-10)
    This exploratory study extends the concept of boundaryless careers toward international career management. It focuses on a new breed of expatriate managers who are becoming more prevalent in multinational corporations—the ...
  • Schragle-Law, Susan; Samii, Massood; Sharma, Nidhi (Southern New Hamsphire University, 2007-10)
    This study focuses on the comparative analysis of Indian and American style of management in the context of Hofstede’s framework, the GLOBE Project, Level 5 Leadership, and a creativity dimension. Geert Hofstede pioneered ...
  • Vos Fellman, Philip; Nugent, Nicholas Sr.; Vos Post, Jonathan; Doyon, David (Southern New Hamsphire University, 2007-10)
    A recent Harvard Business Review article by Suarez and Lanzolla (2001) entitled the Half-truth of First Mover Advantage argued that this is a business concept which has so much intuitive appeal that its validity is almost ...
  • Hecox, Mark G. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2007-10)
    The complexity of developing and successfully launching a global sport product can be overwhelming to international sport business managers who lack a global product & marketing perspective and understanding. It is the ...
  • Deans, P. Candace (Southern New Hampshire University, 2007-10)
    As described in this research abstract, "The role and responsibilities of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) have changed substantially over time. As business becomes more global in nature and more companies move their ...
  • Mukherjee, Amit; Tyrrell, Brian (Southern New Hampshire University, 2007-10)
    World Health Organization's (WHO) Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) is a major blow to the worldwide expansion strategies and marketing practices of transnational tobacco companies. As expected, the industry ...
  • Li, Shaomin; Jun Wu, Judy (Southern New Hampshire University, 2007-10)
    While it is widely accepted that corruption negatively affects economic growth, why some countries achieve rapid growth under rampant corruption remains a puzzle. We shed light on this issue by examining the role of trust ...
  • Fenner, Charles R. Jr.; Selmer, Jan (Southern New Hampshire University, 2007-10)
    Research on public sector expatriates is not very common, despite their increasing numbers. This is lamentable, since our much more advanced knowledge about private sector expatriates may be less applicable to their public ...