Complete Issue. Volume 1, Issue 2, 2018 University of Central Florida
Complete Issue. Volume 1, Issue 2
Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research
This is the full issue of JICRCR Volume 1, Issue 2.
Making Sustainability Disclosure Sustainable, 2018 University of Pennsylvania Law School
Making Sustainability Disclosure Sustainable, Jill E. Fisch
Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law
Sustainability is receiving increasing attention from issuers, investors and regulators. The desire to understand issuer sustainability practices and their relationship to economic performance has resulted in a proliferation of sustainability disclosure regimes and standards. The range of approaches to disclosure, however, limit the comparability and reliability of the information disclosed. The Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) has solicited comment on whether to require expanded sustainability disclosures in issuer’s periodic financial reporting, and investors have communicated broad-based support for such expanded disclosures, but, to date, the SEC has not required general sustainability disclosure.
This Article argues that claims about the relationship ...
Jual Obat Kuat Viagra U.S.A Di Jakarta 082134344446, 2018 University of California, San Francisco
Jual Obat Kuat Viagra U.S.A Di Jakarta 082134344446, Kejora Jaya
Reflective Practice Series: Selected Instructional Models Using Synchronous Video Conferencing Software, 2018 Johnson & Wales University - Providence
Reflective Practice Series: Selected Instructional Models Using Synchronous Video Conferencing Software, Martin W. Sivula
MBA Faculty Conference Papers & Journal Articles
With the vast array of resources available to instructors, one would think that instruction and teaching would yield success for all learners. Now, well into the 21st century has much changed in the classroom? Certainly, movable desks and chairs, advanced audio and visual equipment, and a plethora of all types of technologies which might be able to enhance training and education. Over the last several decades research on individualized instruction, cognitive science, educational psychology, and multimedia instruction (to name a few) have permeated the literature on instruction. With all the research and the vast array of studies on improving ...
Donor Stewardship And Repeat Giving, 2018 Liberty University
Donor Stewardship And Repeat Giving, Faith Hoelscher
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
This quantitative correlational study evaluated the strength and direction of relationships between the dependent variables: major giving since September 1, 2009 and average elapsed time between major gifts in relation to the independent variables: number of stewardship activities, stewardship activities occurring within one-month of a major gift, and duration of major giving relationship. Using a multiple regression, a relationship was found between the independent and dependent variables. These results were then affirmed by Pearson r evaluations in an effort to reinforce the importance and significance of the independent variables in spite of the multicollinearity shown for the subset of stewardship ...
Does Trust Prevent Undeclared Work? An Evaluation Of The Social Actor Approach, 2018 University of Sheffield
Does Trust Prevent Undeclared Work? An Evaluation Of The Social Actor Approach, Colin C. Williams
Colin C Williams
Omar Abdel-Aleem Et Al., Order On Pending Motions, 2018 Fulton County Superior Court Judge
Omar Abdel-Aleem Et Al., Order On Pending Motions, Melvin K. Westmoreland
Georgia Business Court Opinions
No abstract provided.
Consumer Welfare And Price Discrimination: A Fine Line, 2018 Southern Methodist University
Consumer Welfare And Price Discrimination: A Fine Line, Marie Wallmark, Eyal Greenberg, Dan Engels
SMU Data Science Review
Traditionally, it was not feasible for businesses to determine the maximum price the buyer was willing to pay, but with the availability of big data and the deployment of sophisticated algorithms, with a great degree of precision businesses can ascertain the maximum willingness price. Some forms of price discrimination are prohibited under the Robinson-Patman Act of Antitrust (1890), provided demographic characteristics such as race and gender are the determining factors. The problem with this interpretation is that sellers are not transparent about what factors are taken into consideration when determining price. Current laws are either limited in their interpretation or ...
Methodology And Applications Of Christian Leadership Ethics, 2018 University of Appied Sciences Fuerth, Germany
Methodology And Applications Of Christian Leadership Ethics, Elmar Nass, Ellen Kreuer
The Journal of Values-Based Leadership
A fundamental methodology for Christian leadership ethics will be proposed, which has long been pending in the discourse on ethical leadership. It is necessary to first clarify what characterizes leadership ethics, and secondly, what Christian leadership ethics imply and how this methodology should be classified with regard to alternative paradigms. Thirdly, the practical impact for selected areas of application will be pointed out. It will be demonstrated that leadership ethics in general is based on a transparent basis of values and apply to specific scopes. It defines the relationship between economic efficiency and human utility in a narrower sense as ...
Crime Futures Market, 2018 Bowling Green State University
Crime Futures Market, Adam White
An Analysis Of Fraud Prevention And Detection In Not-For-Profit Organizations In The State Of South Carolina, Mary Gibson
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
This study analyzed fraud detection and prevention techniques and analyzed if there was a relationship between the techniques and the detection of fraud. The combined techniques were fraud risk assessment, fraud risk register, code of conduct, fraud assessment training, whistle-blower policy, fraud control plan, fraud control policy, and internal control review. Nonprofits are vulnerable to fraud and costly for the organizations that rely heavily on donations to provide needed services or goods to a community. Through analyzing 109 nonprofits surveyed in South Carolina, the researcher found 59 reported fraud occurrences and 86 percent were using fraud detection and prevention techniques ...
Incorporating Litigation Perspectives To Enhance The Business Associations Course, 2018 Selected Works
Incorporating Litigation Perspectives To Enhance The Business Associations Course, Ann M. Scarlett
Ann M. Scarlett
No abstract provided.
Bankruptcy’S Uneasy Shift To A Contract Paradigm, 2018 University of Pennsylvania Law School
Bankruptcy’S Uneasy Shift To A Contract Paradigm, David A. Skeel Jr., George Triantis
Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law
The most dramatic development in twenty-first century bankruptcy practice has been the increasing use of contracts to shape the bankruptcy process. To explain the new contract paradigm—our principal objective in this Article-- we begin by examining the structure of current bankruptcy law. Although the Bankruptcy Code of 1978 has long been viewed as mandatory, its voting and cramdown rules, among others, invite considerable contracting. The emerging paradigm is asymmetric, however. While the Code and bankruptcy practice allow for ex post contracting, ex ante contracts are viewed with suspicion.
We next use contract theory to assess the two modes of ...
When Making Money Is More Important Than Saving Lives: Revisiting The Ford Pinto Case, 2018 Azusa Pacific University
When Making Money Is More Important Than Saving Lives: Revisiting The Ford Pinto Case, Stuart Strother
Journal of International & Interdisciplinary Business Research
Despite a long tradition of ethics training in business colleges, managers commonly make unethical business decisions. This paper reports a five-year study of ethical decision making of business students (n = 192). In an undergraduate microeconomics course, students were presented with financial data from the infamous Ford Pinto case where defective engineering, coupled with unethical management behavior, resulted in a number of fiery fatalities. Facing the decision to repair the cars or pay the estimated costs of lost wrongful death lawsuits, 56.8% of students chose to pay for the deaths. This paper describes the classroom experiment and uses logistic regression ...
Do Bakers Have To Bake Cakes For Same-Sex Weddings?, 2018 Dordt College
Do Bakers Have To Bake Cakes For Same-Sex Weddings?, Donald Roth
Faculty Work Comprehensive List
"As to the underlying issue of whether wedding cakes are something that the government can compel a baker to bake for same-sex couples, well, the jury is still out."
Posting about a recent ruling from the Supreme Court regarding free expression vs. public accommodation from In All Things - an online journal for critical reflection on faith, culture, art, and every ordinary-yet-graced square inch of God’s creation.
Managing The Risks Of Corporate Fraud: The Evidence From Hong Kong And Singapore, 2018 Singapore Management University
Managing The Risks Of Corporate Fraud: The Evidence From Hong Kong And Singapore, Wai Yee Wan, Christopher C. H. Chen, Chongwu Xia, Say Goo
Research Collection School Of Law
Since the Asian financialcrisis of 1997, Hong Kong and Singapore have implemented reforms that promote independenceand monitoring competency of the boards of directors of their listed companies.However, with the advent of the financial crisis of 2007/2008, a wave of fraudcases prompts the question as to the effectiveness of these reforms. Analysing asample of 62 listed companies which are found to have committed fraud between2007 and 2014, and comparing against a matched sample of no-fraud companies, wefind that the fraud companies tend to either combine the roles of chairman andchief executive officer (or they are close family members) and ...
Partner-Centered Evaluation Capacity Building: Findings From A Corporate Social Impact Initiative, Lisa Frantzen, Julie Solomon, Laura Hollod
The Foundation Review
Funders can play a proactive role in helping to fill the gap between funders’ expectations and nonprofits’ ability to evaluate grant results. Using a partner-centered design, Johnson & Johnson piloted an evaluation capacity-building initiative that supported eight grantees in strengthening their ability to measure and use findings concerning health-related outcomes, by focusing on key evaluation challenges identified by the grantees.
Grantees’ approaches to capacity building naturally grouped around the areas of evaluation- framework development, data-systems strengthening, and staff training. Through individualized projects, grantees increased their ability to both do and use evaluation.
This article describes the design, implementation, and results of ...
Next Generation Protocol: Innovating A Resilient Future, 2018 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Next Generation Protocol: Innovating A Resilient Future, Andrew Steven Rudnick, Jamie Cannady, Joe Decesaro, Juan A. Ortiz Salazar
Conventional practices do not account for product life beyond end-of-sale – these practices are not sustainable. We have developed an end-of-life protocol that includes a metric that we call the Recovery Rating. The objectives of this Next Generation Protocol, beyond supporting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, are to encourage the production of goods designed for recovery and to promote the collaboration between consumers, the public, and the private sector to recover goods at their end-of-life. The Recovery Rating that we propose evaluates and quantifies recovery potential of products. The Recovery Rating, which is normed against embodied energy from the Cambridge ...
Domestic Asset Tracing And Recovery Of Hidden Assets And The Spoils Of Financial Crime, 2018 University of South Florida St. Petersburg
Domestic Asset Tracing And Recovery Of Hidden Assets And The Spoils Of Financial Crime, Nathan Wadlinger, Carl Pacini, Nicole Stowell, William Hopwood, Debra Sinclair
St. Mary's Law Journal
An Exploration Of Internal Controls And Their Impact On Employee Fraud In Small Businesses, 2018 Liberty University
An Exploration Of Internal Controls And Their Impact On Employee Fraud In Small Businesses, Kent Lachney
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
The purpose of this qualitative study was to gain greater understanding of the current practices of the internal control systems of small businesses and to explore the effectiveness of their systems in comparison with anti-fraud activities recommended by forensic accountants. The researcher selected five small businesses that were members of the Central Louisiana Regional Chamber of Commerce and had fewer than 100 employees. The researcher interviewed the owners and/or managers of the businesses, reviewed and analyzed company documentation, interpreted data, made observations, and offered recommendations. The researcher asked each participant to respond to questions related to the five elements ...