The Conditions Of Total Quality Management (Tqm) Using The Principal Component Analysis (Pca) (An Algerian Case Study), 2022 University Center Nour El Bashir, El Bayadh - Algeria
The Conditions Of Total Quality Management (Tqm) Using The Principal Component Analysis (Pca) (An Algerian Case Study), Moulay Amina, Cafe Mimoun, Sawar Youssef
Journal of the Arab American University مجلة الجامعة العربية الامريكية للبحوث
Total Quality Management (TQM) is a relatively recent concept which constitutes an important parameter in any company’s competitivity. Today, quality concerns every Algerian company since it must rival big companies in terms of the economic liberation policy. For effective application, TQM requires the availability of a certain number of conditions and leadership qualities. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine these conditions and qualities. For this purpose and according to their organizational levels, the studied companies were classified into three groups using the Principal Component Analysis (PCA): quality control, quality assurance, and TQM to identify the criteria ...
Start-Up Firms And Workplace Environment: Evidence From Advertised Corporate Culture, 2022 Singapore Management University
Start-Up Firms And Workplace Environment: Evidence From Advertised Corporate Culture, Jungho Lee
Research Collection School Of Economics
I document advertised corporate culture among start-up companies from an online job board. Two corporate-culture types emerge: one that concerns the well-being of employees (employee-oriented culture) and another that emphasizes other values, such as customers. The employee-oriented culture attracts 20% more applications than the other culture type. Jobs posted by firms advocating the employee-oriented culture offer 7% lower salaries than measurably similar jobs. I show some firms adopt a particular culture popular among employees to hire workers at a lower cost. Financially constrained firms have an incentive to advocate the popular culture, even though doing so is not optimal without ...
Youth Entrepreneurship Dynamics In Benin: Was Access To Finance The Missing Piece For Opportunistic Self-Employment?, 2022 African Economic Research Consortium
Youth Entrepreneurship Dynamics In Benin: Was Access To Finance The Missing Piece For Opportunistic Self-Employment?, Modeste Melain Senou, Kolotioloman Soro
The Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance
Young people in developing countries and more especially in Sub-Saharan African countries are seeking employment opportunities in challenging economic and social environments. Entrepreneurship appears then as a key factor in reducing unemployment, grasping for a sustainable job and reducing poverty. Both national and international authorities are taking steps to facilitate youth entrepreneurship. In that context, this study aims at reexamining the effect of access to finance on the dynamics of entrepreneurship of young people in transition from School to work in Benin. Using a SURE Probit procedure on data from the International Labor Organization (ILO) we estimated jointly the predicted ...
Book Review Of Mind Over Money: The Psychology Of Money And How To Use It Better By Claudia Hammond, 2022 Texas Tech University
Book Review Of Mind Over Money: The Psychology Of Money And How To Use It Better By Claudia Hammond, Stephen Molchan
Journal of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences
Mind Over Money: The Psychology of Money and How to Use It Better, by Claudia Hammond, explores research in psychology, neuroscience, biology, and behavioral economics related to how individuals interact with and manage money. Hammond is a broadcaster on the BBC, writer, and professor of psychology. In Mind Over Money: The Psychology of Money and How to Use It Better, Hammond uses captivating interviews, presents stories a broad audience can relate to, and cites multiple research studies to show the psychology of money. Throughout the book, Hammond not only presents readers with the research, 263 studies are mentioned, but provides ...
Does My Skin Tone Really Matter? A Socioeconomic Analysis In Nigeria., 2022 University of San Francisco
Does My Skin Tone Really Matter? A Socioeconomic Analysis In Nigeria., Mutiu O. Fakorede
Abstract: Does my skin tone really matter? If it does, to what extent and direction does skin tone predict socioeconomic outcomes, especially amongst people of color who have experienced colonial rule with its white supremacy agenda? In this research, we examined if skin tone measured in individual typology angle (ITA) does not affect employability, income, partner selection, and political representativeness. With a focus on Nigeria, the most populous black nation, a former British colony, we addressed this broad question through a survey. Using the iterative capability of Qualtrics which randomly picks a set of three pictures with known ITA and ...
The Voluntary Carbon Market: Managing The Private Provision Of Public Goods, 2022 Swarthmore College
The Voluntary Carbon Market: Managing The Private Provision Of Public Goods, Atticus Maloney
Gettysburg College Headquarters
While much work has examined the large-scale compliance-based carbon offset programs associated with the Kyoto Protocol and Clean Development Mechanism, there has been far less focus on the voluntary purchasing of carbon offsets. This critical literature review will look at the formation and management of the demand for voluntary carbon offsets within the United States. It will frame carbon offsets as impure public goods and review possible explanations as to why private provision has been so active in the U.S. market. The paper will then survey the efficiency gains and other benefits associated with the voluntary market. It will ...
Climate Change, Information, Beliefs And Action: Can New Information Affect Swedes’ Climate Change Mitigation Efforts?, Martin Kihlstedt
Undergraduate Economic Review
This study illuminates which beliefs drive climate mitigation efforts in the Swedish public and how they are affected by information. Using data gathered in an online experiment (n=372), this study finds that a range of beliefs predict Swedes’ climate mitigation efforts. Mainly, it finds that the impact of correcting misperceptions about either Sweden’s emissions or social norms is both varied and limited. Information about Sweden’s emissions has a negative impact on climate policy support. This effect is not fully explained by some respondents perceiving the information as lacking in credibility. Information about norms has a positive impact ...
Essays In Advertising, Regulation And Consumer Naivety, 2022 Southern Methodist University
Essays In Advertising, Regulation And Consumer Naivety, Aastha Gupta
Economics Theses and Dissertations
This dissertation consists of three essays that focus on the theoretical analysis of regulation of firm’s communication regarding the quality of its product and the impact of such regulation on market outcome.
The first essay, “Advertising Through Influencers and Disclosure Regulation”, focuses on the recent FTC regulations which require mandatory disclosure of all paid advertising content through social media influencers. This chapter investigates the impact of this disclosure policy on market outcomes when the influencer has the expertise to evaluate product quality and influence the beliefs of both potential buyers as well as the firm. In markets where the ...
Assessing The Impact Of Inequality On Political Activity And Class Consciousness, 2022 University of Southern Maine
Assessing The Impact Of Inequality On Political Activity And Class Consciousness, Matthew Prouty
Thinking Matters Symposium
Since 1980, the United States has experienced stagnating wages, higher levels of inequality, and intensifying political polarization. Despite this, U.S. domestic economic policy has not undergone the fundamental transformation needed to combat these systemic challenges. Why have these policies remained in place when they have a negative impact on the aggregate working class, and why has the working class not used American Democracy to change these policies? Could it be that the rising inequality has led to reduced political engagement with the remaining voters being more devout participants to their ideology than effective policy? Although there is an abundance ...
The Elusive And Complex Parabolic Relationship Between Terrorism And Gdp Per-Capita, 2022 Northern Illinois University
The Elusive And Complex Parabolic Relationship Between Terrorism And Gdp Per-Capita, Kianna Becker
The 21st century saw a dramatic focus on terrorism after the events of September 11, 2001. The search for an explanation for the causes of terrorism have led economists to turn to the role of GDP on terrorism. This research aims to search for a pattern in the relationship between GDP per-capita and acts of terrorism. Previous research has pointed towards both a positive and negative trend. The stark different findings in previous research attests to the various ways terrorism is measured and analyzed. Encapsulating the previous research, this research merges the two theories and aims to show there is ...
Factors Affecting Graduation With Honors: A Case Study In Business, 2022 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Factors Affecting Graduation With Honors: A Case Study In Business, William Litzinger
Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Undergraduate Honors Theses
Many first-year college students elect to enroll in their university’s honors program. These programs offer students many educational benefits not provided to non-honors students, such as smaller class sizes, priority registration, and added faculty interaction. However, of the students that enter the university as an honors student, many fail to complete their honors program. Researchers have documented completion rates as low as 18.45% (Campbell and Fuqua, 2008). So why are honors graduation rates so low? In this study, variables were examined that the literature suggests affects honors graduation rates (High School GPA, ACT/SAT scores, AP credits, GPA ...
Impact Of Fear On Interpersonal And Economic Decision-Making, 2022 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Impact Of Fear On Interpersonal And Economic Decision-Making, John Wilson
Economics Undergraduate Honors Theses
Fear is one of the most basic, intrinsic, and powerful emotions an individual may experience when faced with known or unknown threats, imminent pressures, or expectations of approaching doom. Fear may allow an individual to act quickly in a fight-or-flight response. Fear can alter both physiological and psychological frameworks to avoid certain calamity. Fear provides motivation to protect oneself or to effectuate altruistic behavior towards others for the greater good. One lesser explored area of research pertaining to fear and its implications is the influence of fear on interpersonal and economic decision-making. Economic volatility can produce both immediate consequences as ...
The Organizational Evolution Of Small Food Buying Clubs, 2022 University of Maine
The Organizational Evolution Of Small Food Buying Clubs, Taylor Lange
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Organizations are pervasive in modern society and the factors of their evolution are the subject of considerable scholarship. Most literature on organizational evolution focuses on the role of leaders and entrepreneurs, specifically their decision making interacts with market forces. However, the behavior and interactions of regular organization members, such as nonmanagerial employees or club members, is surprisingly overlooked. Specifically, examinations of social dilemmas between co-workers and the role of learning are often discounted in the current literature. This dissertation explores how the dynamics of cooperation and the learning of preferences as cultural traits become consequential in the evolution and longevity ...
Contextualizing The 2019 “Chile Despertó” Movement: The Impact Of Historical Relational Processes On Mobilization And Repression, Tanya Leon
International Studies (MA) Theses
To expand our theoretical and empirical understanding of mobilization and repression in Latin America, this thesis asks three critical questions. Are economic indicators sufficient predictors of social movement emergence in Latin America? What other factors contribute to large-scale mobilization in Latin America? How do government’s respond to large-scale Latin American social movements? Specifically, when, and why do democratic governments choose to employ repression against social movements? Accordingly, I construct a quantitative model to test the correlation between rise in protest and worsened economic conditions. I apply it to a comprehensive dataset of political events in multiple South American countries ...
The Role Of Homeownership In Taiwan's Low Fertility Story, 2022 Wiilliam & Mary
The Role Of Homeownership In Taiwan's Low Fertility Story, William Anderson
Undergraduate Honors Theses
With one of the lowest fertility rates on record, Taiwan is at the forefront of the global lowest-low fertility phenomenon. Policymakers in Taiwan and researchers around the world have a considerable interest in the reasons driving Taiwan’s depressed fertility and possible ways to alleviate the associated economic concerns. Properties of the housing market represent one suggested factor that may be contributing to this trend. Using individual panel data from Taiwan’s Panel Study of Family Dynamics, I test the correlation between homeownership and fertility outcomes. I find that other variables, such as marriage, age, generation, and socioeconomic status, can ...
An Application Of Prospect Theory: The Effect Of Trailing At Halftime On Winning Nfl Games, 2022 Macalester College
An Application Of Prospect Theory: The Effect Of Trailing At Halftime On Winning Nfl Games, Kian R. Sohrabi
Economics Honors Projects
Trailing in sports is associated with losing, but can trailing operate as a powerful motivator that leads to winning? Based on research by Berger and Pope (2011), this study applies Prospect Theory and loss aversion to football to test if trailing by a small margin can motivate success. This relationship is analyzed based on teams’ point differentials at halftime since halftime operates as a salient reference point and a time for teams to regroup and strategize. Analysis of over 12,000 NFL games found no significant effect of trailing at halftime on the likelihood of winning. That is, there is ...
Oaths And Evasion: Variable Honesty In Tax Evasion Games, 2022 Utah State University
Oaths And Evasion: Variable Honesty In Tax Evasion Games, Logan Krebs
All Graduate Plan B and other Reports
Previous research has indicated that an ex-ante pledge of honesty reduces the likelihood that participants will lie during a lab experiment. We show that a bandwagon effect, occurring when participants know that others are acting dishonestly, can erode the positive effects of honesty oaths. Taxpayers do not make their reporting decisions in a vacuum. They have access to information concerning how others in the community are behaving and develop perceptions around this information. We add these realistic features to a tax evasion game involving an ex-ante honesty oath. Results indicate that social context can reduce the positive effects of honesty ...
Streaming's Effect On American Media Exports, 2022 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Streaming's Effect On American Media Exports, Aviel Geronimo, Jonathan Swanberg
Undergraduate Research Symposium Lightning Talks
The Media and Entertainment (M&E) industry is largest in the United States with a total value of $660 Billion in 2020. The global M&E industry is valued at approximately $2 Trillion. New technologies have allowed for the advent of streaming services for music, television, film, books, video games, and more. Streaming services allow media exports to be easily accessed by consumers domestically and abroad.
How Social Media Marketing Impacts The Economy, 2022 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
How Social Media Marketing Impacts The Economy, Madisen Yoder
Undergraduate Research Symposium Lightning Talks
Survey Question Topics: 1. Respondent Demographics 2. Social Media Platform Usage 3. Frequency of Social Media Advertising 4. Influence of Social Media Advertising on Purchasing Decisions
Platform Injustice: Material Imbalances And Epistemic Injustice On Digital Discursive Platforms, 2022 Harvard University
Platform Injustice: Material Imbalances And Epistemic Injustice On Digital Discursive Platforms, Sahaj Singh
Penn Journal of Philosophy, Politics & Economics
In this paper, I argue that the existence of material power imbalances in systems of discourse represents a novel concern in the literature on epistemic injustice. This epistemic injustice, which I call Platform Injustice, arises from the undue assertion of agency over the background features of a system of discourse, in order to manipulate, diminish, or magnify the vocalization and reception of speech-acts. First, I demonstrate the unprecedented nature of platform control as an epistemic wrong. Next, I identify case studies of platform injustice in modern social media. Then, I situate platform injustice within Dotson’s typology of epistemic injustices ...