Teaching An Online Mba Course: “Business In A Global Economy- The Brics Nations”, 2020 Xavier University
Teaching An Online Mba Course: “Business In A Global Economy- The Brics Nations”, Hema A. Krishnan, Mee-Shew Cheung
Atlantic Marketing Association Proceedings
No abstract provided.
An Examination Of Factors Influencing Repurchase Intention Towards A Fashion Brand In Thailand, 2020 San Jose State University
An Examination Of Factors Influencing Repurchase Intention Towards A Fashion Brand In Thailand, Howard W. Combs
Atlantic Marketing Association Proceedings
No abstract provided.
A Multimodal Analysis Using An Exemplar From Japanese Television Advertising, 2020 Chapman University
A Multimodal Analysis Using An Exemplar From Japanese Television Advertising, Noel Murray
Business Faculty Articles and Research
A multimodal analysis is used to investigate for the presence of situated meanings of uchi/soto in Japanese advertising. The analysis supports the proposition that discourses of gendered relations of uchi/soto may be found in contemporary Japanese television advertising. The article argues that relations of uchi/soto provide a unique window into Japanese consumption behavior. I advocate for multimodal critical discourse analysis as a preferred methodology and theoretical framework for multimodal advertising research applications. I discuss social and economic implications of reproducing gendered relations of uchi/soto in advertising and offer suggestions for future research on situated meanings.
“It’S Gonna Be Yuge”: The Impact Of Chinese Imports On United States Manufacturing Firm Valuations, 2020 Claremont Colleges
“It’S Gonna Be Yuge”: The Impact Of Chinese Imports On United States Manufacturing Firm Valuations, Charles Mangum
CMC Senior Theses
Throughout the years there has been literature regarding the impacts of Chinese manufacturing on the United States economy. Much of the focus has been centered on macro-economic effects and not firm level impacts. Using trade exposure and data from publically traded manufacturing firms I provide an analysis of the potential effects of increased trade exposure in a highly competitive market. My research aims to measure the impacts of Chinese imports on United States manufacturing companies with low technological barriers to entry. When comparing trade exposure to firm level data I conclude that there is a negative correlation between investment levels ...
What Impedes The Success Of Late Mover It Clusters Despite Economically Favorable Environments? A Case Study Of An Indian It Cluster, 2020 CUNY Bronx Community College
What Impedes The Success Of Late Mover It Clusters Despite Economically Favorable Environments? A Case Study Of An Indian It Cluster, Harini Mittal, Punit Saurabh, Devang Rohit, Kathak Mehta
Publications and Research
The Information Technology (IT) industry in India, is one of the major contributors to the country’s growth story. It is organized in a few strong and dominant clusters across the country. Recent research focuses on the emergence, growth and success of the seven big IT clusters that account for 96.55 of total software exports from the country. Unlike the six successful late mover clusters, there are several other late mover IT clusters that have not experienced similar growth. Why do some of the late mover IT clusters in India succeed while others fail to take off despite favorable ...
The Geographies Of Intermediation: Labor Intermediaries, Labor Migration, And Cane Harvesting In Rural Western India, 2020 Portland State University
The Geographies Of Intermediation: Labor Intermediaries, Labor Migration, And Cane Harvesting In Rural Western India, Pronoy Rai
International & Global Studies Faculty Publications and Presentations
In this paper, I explain the role of labor intermediaries in the weaving of capital–labor relations in capitalist agro-business. I do so by focusing on migration infrastructure or the vertical network of labor intermediaries who facilitate labor recruitment from migrant home villages and migrant labor disciplining on cane fields in rural western India, where the laborers are brought seasonally to harvest sugarcane. I show how the role of labor intermediaries cannot be understood by containing them within the villainous stereotypes associated with brokers. Intermediaries are embedded within the labor geographies of commodity production where capital accumulation requires the downward ...
Ethical Dilemmas Surrounding Manufacturing Offshoring: Assessing The Morality Of Offshoring Decisions Through A Utilitarian Viewpoint, Luis Encinas
Honors Scholar Theses
The purpose of this paper to assess the ethical dilemmas that exist when American companies offshore manufacturing work to cheaper labor markets abroad through a utilitarian perspective. The paper will explain what offshoring is and what has driven American companies into engaging in this practice. Next, the criteria for the utilitarian assessment will be explained. After, I will examine the effects on the U.S labor force, U.S economy, and the foreign labor force through two case studies: the Bangladeshi apparel industry and the Mexican maquiladoras industry. Finally, the paper will offer some suggestions for making this practice more ...
A Phenomenological Study Of Leadership Outcomes In Short-Term Study Abroad, 2019 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
A Phenomenological Study Of Leadership Outcomes In Short-Term Study Abroad, Jeanette Milius
Theses, Dissertations, & Student Scholarship: Agricultural Leadership, Education & Communication Department
The impact of global citizenship is far-reaching and encompasses skills and outcomes beyond simple economic and business success. Enhancing all students’ knowledge and ability to navigate a global community is not just of interest to governmental units, policymakers, and global organizations, but also to universities who wish to adhere to accreditation standards. The purpose of this phenomenological study is to identify characteristics related to an individuals’ motivation to complete a short-term study abroad (one to three weeks in duration) and the impact that experience had on their personal and leadership growth. Eighteen self-identified leaders enrolled in a college degree or ...
The Impact Of Income On Nutrition. A Case Study Of Northern Mozambique, 2019 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
The Impact Of Income On Nutrition. A Case Study Of Northern Mozambique, Hunter Swanigan
Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Undergraduate Honors Theses
In 2017, Mozambique ranked as one of the least-developed countries in the world by measures of health, education, and income, and had one of the lowest GDP per capita at $1,300. With a minimal income, purchasing adequate food to meet recommended levels of nutrients for a healthy diet is difficult, leaving almost half of the country’s population undernourished. This study researched what foods are available during the dry months (hungry season) of May through October in the Nampula province of Mozambique to analyze if it is possible to meet the National Institutes of Health’s recommended levels of ...
Fdi Inflows And Educational Attainment: Evidence From China, 2019 Marshall University
Fdi Inflows And Educational Attainment: Evidence From China, Yi Duan, Lei Li
Faculty Research Day
This study investigates the impact of FDI on education attainment through labor market conditions in China using micro data. China has attracted a substantial amount of FDI in the past years and has made education advancement its priority. However, attracting FDI can have unintended consequences to depress educational attainment and human capital formation.
Supporting The Changing Practices Of Teaching In Business At Queens College, City University Of New York, James Tasato Mellone, Edward F. Wall Iii, Qiong Xu
Publications and Research
This investigation sheds light on the teaching practices of Queens College (QC) faculty in Business. It identifies the Business faculty’s teaching support needs in order to develop ideas for improving Library services to them. This report is the result of research conducted under the guidance of Ithaka S+R, and in accordance with Office of Regulatory Compliance procedures at QC. Using a grounded theory approach to qualitative research, the investigators conducted in-person audio-recorded semi-structured interviews of seven full-time QC faculty who teach Business courses. Evidence derived from the transcribed interviews informed analysis of the current state of QC’s ...
The Impact Of Media On Religious Conflict In Egypt, 2019 Rowan University
The Impact Of Media On Religious Conflict In Egypt, Morris Kalliny, Mary Kalliny, Anshu Saran
Rohrer College of Business Faculty Scholarship
No abstract provided.
Social Media Posts On Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Explosion: A Comparative Analysis Of Crisis Framing And Sentiments In Three Nations, 2019 The University of Texas, San Antonio
Social Media Posts On Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Explosion: A Comparative Analysis Of Crisis Framing And Sentiments In Three Nations, Seok Kang, Kyujin Shim, Jiyoun Kim
Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research
This study explores the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explosion crisis by analyzing posts on Twitter in three nations: the United States, Australia, and South Korea. Using the perspectives of generic frames, issue-specific frames, cross-national frames, and user sentiment on Twitter, this study analyzes 600 posts (200 from each nation). Results reveal that Twitter posts frequently framed the crisis using attribution, morality, and conflict frames. Posts about the explosion were more professional frame oriented than national frame oriented. Negative sentiment was dominant in Twitter posts about the explosion. Morality, corporate breakdown, and customer concerns were highly associated with negative sentiment. The ...
Back To Beijing: The Future Of The Olympic Games, 2019 Brigham Young University
Back To Beijing: The Future Of The Olympic Games, Jennifer Maynard
Marriott Student Review
Just four years ago, the IOC made an unprecedented decision to award Beijing with the 2022 Winter Olympic Games bid, making China the first Asian country ever to host both the Summer and Winter Games. What’s more, prior to this second visit to China, the Olympics will have been held in Pyeongchang (2018) and Tokyo (2020). At the same time that this national superpower has the opportunity to capitalize once again on the all eyes-on-China phenomenon, the IOC has the chance to truly go global.
What Fortune 500 Companies Want: Recruiting In China, 2019 Concordia University Irvine
What Fortune 500 Companies Want: Recruiting In China, Eugene P. Kim, Katherine Bruehler
Journal of Global Business Insights
The growth of Fortune 500 companies in China has its complementary challenge in managing human resources. In this study, we describe the skill sets, language fluency, educational credentials, job experience, and other key job qualifications that are solicited on Fortune 500 Companies’ LinkedIn advertisements in China. The characteristics that were most represented in the job advertisements in our sample of 111 US Fortune 500 companies in China were from companies ranked 201-500 (39.6%), in secondary sectors (57.7%), in Tier 1 cities (91.9%) offering lower management positions (47.8%) requiring a bachelor’s degree (55.9%) and English ...
The Value Of International Experiences For Business Students: Measuring Business Student Attitudes Toward Study Abroad, 2019 Sacred Heart University
The Value Of International Experiences For Business Students: Measuring Business Student Attitudes Toward Study Abroad, Sean Heffron, Peter A. Maresco
The value of an international experience—especially for students of business—continues to be an area of focus at colleges and universities. Students across all disciplines within the business curriculum: accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, or sport management are expected by employers to possess knowledge of, and appreciation for, other cultures. Using as a backdrop two unique study abroad programs that immerse students into an intercultural business experience and have them interacting with—and learning from—the local residents as well, the survey research in this study measures student attitudes before and after they study abroad and it notes the ...
China's Unethical Economic Development Practices, 2019 Western Michigan University
China's Unethical Economic Development Practices, Kimberly A. Madsen
The Hilltop Review
The purpose of this research paper is to inform the public about some of the unethical economic development practices that China is performing with their citizens and global partners. These activities include escalating the national GDP at the detriment of their citizens through forced relocations in order to build new cities, dividing families with harmful public policies, and the imbalance between their citizens’ annual earnings and housing costs. Also discussed is the environmental pollution of the air, water, and soil, and poorly treating their international constituents when asked to provide consulting services to their nation.
A Credit Rating Model In A Fuzzy Inference System Environment, 2019 Islamic Azad University, Tehran South
A Credit Rating Model In A Fuzzy Inference System Environment, Amir Karbassi Yazdi, Thomas Hanne, Yong J. Wang, Hui-Ming Wee
Yong J. Wang
One of the most important functions of an export credit agency (ECA) is to act as an intermediary between national governments and exporters. These organizations provide financing to reduce the political and commercial risks in international trade. The agents assess the buyers based on financial and non-financial indicators to determine whether it is advisable to grant them credit. Because many of these indicators are qualitative and inherently linguistically ambiguous, the agents must make decisions in uncertain environments. Therefore, to make the most accurate decision possible, they often utilize fuzzy inference systems. The purpose of this research was to design a ...
Developing Employee Intercultural Competence Through Virtual Reality Simulated Training, 2019 Purdue University
Developing Employee Intercultural Competence Through Virtual Reality Simulated Training, Isaiah Thomas, Andres Santiago
The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research
No abstract provided.
Un Préstamo Personal Para Financiar Un Gasto Repentino, 2019 Bryant University