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Supreme Court Ruling In South Dakota V. Wayfair Inc. Updates Physical Nexus Standards And Sales Tax Collection Policies, Keith Lowe, Cassandra W. Chandler, Julie Staples Jun 2022

Supreme Court Ruling In South Dakota V. Wayfair Inc. Updates Physical Nexus Standards And Sales Tax Collection Policies, Keith Lowe, Cassandra W. Chandler, Julie Staples

Southern University College of Business E-Journal

In the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc., the U.S. Supreme Court overturned controlling cases addressing standards and guidelines for sales tax collections. These precedent cases, in existence for decades, formed the basis for competitive advantages that the E-commerce industry held over traditional commerce. These two cases held that an out-of-state seller’s liability to collect and remit sales tax to the consumer’s respective state depended on whether the seller had a physical presence in that state. This research paper examines several issues leading to this recent Supreme Court decision. Additionally, coordinated state efforts in 2000 led to what would …


Reskilling And Upskilling : To Stay Relevant In Today’S Industry, Rhea Sawant, Bryan Thomas, Swati Kadlag Jun 2022

Reskilling And Upskilling : To Stay Relevant In Today’S Industry, Rhea Sawant, Bryan Thomas, Swati Kadlag

International Review of Business and Economics

The rapid modernization and influx of various new technologies and methodologies currently being employed today greatly and continuously changes the definition of professional competence expected of employees that work for companies that are directly or indirectly impacted because of these advancements or changes, this creates a demand for new jobs requiring new skill sets and so, one finds that in order to keep relevant to the workforce, refreshing and adding to one’s skill set has become a necessity. Candidates thinking about entering the job market need to possess the right kind of skills for the right kind of job and …


Small Business Cybersecurity: A Loophole To Consumer Data, Matthew R. Espinosa May 2022

Small Business Cybersecurity: A Loophole To Consumer Data, Matthew R. Espinosa

The Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Race and Social Justice

Small businesses and small minority owned businesses are vital to our nation’s economy; therefore legislation, regulation, and policy has been created in order to assist them in overcoming their economic stability issues and ensure they continue to serve the communities that rely on them. However, there is not a focus on regulating nor assisting small businesses to ensure their cybersecurity standards are up to par despite them increasingly becoming a victim of cyberattacks that yield high consequences. The external oversight and assistance is necessary for small businesses due to their lack of knowledge in implementing effective cybersecurity policies, the fiscal …


Consumer Behaviour Matrix: An Insight Into The Banking Industry, Prakash Singh May 2022

Consumer Behaviour Matrix: An Insight Into The Banking Industry, Prakash Singh

Management Dynamics

No abstract provided.


Supply Chain Disruptions During The Pandemic And Ways Food And Beverage Companies Are Looking To Find Stability, Jacob Merz May 2022

Supply Chain Disruptions During The Pandemic And Ways Food And Beverage Companies Are Looking To Find Stability, Jacob Merz

Supply Chain Management Undergraduate Honors Theses

In March 2020, the world was impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and is still dealing with its repercussions. This paper examines how the pandemic has had an impact on the food and beverage industry. In this study, there are three disruptions highlighted by industry professionals and online articles. The professionals within the supply chain industry cited in this research are Jane Gringer-Flinn, Director of Customer Solutions at Coca-Cola, Whit Calhoun, Senior Director of Logistics at The Fishin’ Company, Judy Thorne, Senior Director Distribution Services at Tyson Foods, and Bill Carver, Senior Director at J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. The three …


Seachi 2022 Symposium: Bringing Equality, Justice, And Access To Hci And Ux Agenda In Southeast Asia Region, Eunice Sari, Masitah Ghazali, Adi B. Tedjasaputra, Yohannes Kurniawan, Thippaya Chintakovid, Siranee Nuchitprasitchai, Ellya Zulaikha, Noris Binti Mohd Norowi, Tamas Makany May 2022

Seachi 2022 Symposium: Bringing Equality, Justice, And Access To Hci And Ux Agenda In Southeast Asia Region, Eunice Sari, Masitah Ghazali, Adi B. Tedjasaputra, Yohannes Kurniawan, Thippaya Chintakovid, Siranee Nuchitprasitchai, Ellya Zulaikha, Noris Binti Mohd Norowi, Tamas Makany

Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business

Southeast Asia that consists of eleven countries, has been proud of its way of life and rich culture and is generally happy to maintain its long comforting tradition. However, the region cannot deny that its diverse population and strategic location have become a center of attention for global players to invest in the region. With the emergence of Industry 4.0, digital transformation has become mandatory for any organizations or nations in Southeast Asia to consider. Through SEACHI (Southeast Asian CHI) Symposium, we aim to grow awareness in HCI and UX to improve the design and development of technology for a …


Trends In The Development Of Industrial Sector Of Uzbekistan, Bakhtiyar Kalmuratov, Aydos Bekbosinov Mar 2022

Trends In The Development Of Industrial Sector Of Uzbekistan, Bakhtiyar Kalmuratov, Aydos Bekbosinov

Karakalpak Scientific Journal

The article presents the main directions of industrial transformation at the new stage of economic reforms in 2016-2020. The key achievements during this period in the development of manufacturing industry production and exports, the development of industrial and territorial structures, and the improvement of market mechanisms for the development of commodity markets are highlighted.


Law School News: National Housing Advocate Named To Lead Rwu's New Real Estate Initiatives 02/08/2022, Roger Williams University School Of Law Feb 2022

Law School News: National Housing Advocate Named To Lead Rwu's New Real Estate Initiatives 02/08/2022, Roger Williams University School Of Law

Life of the Law School (1993- )

No abstract provided.


An Empirical Analysis Of Factors Affecting Autonomous Truck Adoption, Christopher Mondy Jul 2021

An Empirical Analysis Of Factors Affecting Autonomous Truck Adoption, Christopher Mondy

Dissertations

Autonomous vehicles have the potential to revolutionize the transportation industry. The segment of truck transportation is no exception. Autonomous vehicles have the potential to improve trucking safety, to increase shipping velocity, and to decrease costs. Additionally, autonomous trucks could be an important tool to help alleviate the ongoing driver shortage that the trucking industry is contending with.

Autonomous truck adoption is not guaranteed. Transportation equipment decisions are market-based, and autonomous trucks must present a compelling business case to transportation professionals. As such, it is imperative to understand the decision-making factors that drive transportation solution adoption, and how autonomous trucks could …


Douglas Dynamics, Inc. A Financial Analysis And Valuation Report, Jessicca Lhotak May 2021

Douglas Dynamics, Inc. A Financial Analysis And Valuation Report, Jessicca Lhotak

Dissertations, Theses, and Projects

Douglas Dynamics, Inc. was founded in 1977 and is one of the many construction machinery companies in the industry. Their headquarters is located in Milwaukee, WI, but they sell products in the United States, Canada, Northern Europe, and Asia. The company consist of two segments, a Work Truck Attachment, and a Work Truck Solutions. Having these two segments allow the company to reach into different markets, but the main market is snow and ice management. They have been able to stay ahead of the competition by acquiring other construction machinery businesses and innovating their current products. In the beginning of …


Iso 14000 Publication: A Bibliometric Analysis (2011-2020), Ilham M.Said May 2021

Iso 14000 Publication: A Bibliometric Analysis (2011-2020), Ilham M.Said

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

This study explain about ISO 14000 itself is an international standard that discusses environmental management systems in general. This study aims to visually map publications in the field of ISO 14000 at the global level indexed by Scopus using Bibliometric analysis. This research utilizes the analysis features on the Scopus website and visualizes the bibliometric network using VOSviewer. The research data used is to use indicators in the form of keywords related to ISO 14000 in the Scopus database with the results obtained as many as 136 academic documents that have been published from 2011 to 2020 at the global …


Trader Joe's Case Study, Madisson Magee Apr 2021

Trader Joe's Case Study, Madisson Magee

Honors Theses, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

My senior project is focused around analyzing Trader Joe’s business model and writing a case study focusing on the management strategies of the company. I wanted to know what made them so successful and recognizable as brand in the grocery store industry. My case study is based off of a Harvard Business School published case. Not only did I want to understand their success, but also what factors impact them and what issues they face in maintaining a successful business model. To do this, I analyzed many aspects of their company, where they stand against competitors and internal and external …


Hidden Sugar And Its Bitter Obstacles For The Wellbeing Of Consumers, Ai Nhan Ngo Mar 2021

Hidden Sugar And Its Bitter Obstacles For The Wellbeing Of Consumers, Ai Nhan Ngo

Markets, Globalization & Development Review

This research paper explores issues pertaining to, and raises awareness about, high sugar intake among consumers, which causes several consequential health risks. The paper also points out various obstacles preventing consumers from reducing their high sugar consumption. These obstacles come from policymakers, policy influencers, the sugar industry, the food industry, and consumers themselves. For some obstacles, involvement of multiple parties was found. The research also discusses several possible solutions for improving a healthy consumption environment for consumer wellbeing.


A Mass Of What's Departed: Analyzing The Influx Of Middle Class Homeowners And Luxury Development Sustaining The Housing Crisis In Former Brick Manufacturing Hub Kingston, Ny, Deirdre Frances Irvine Jan 2021

A Mass Of What's Departed: Analyzing The Influx Of Middle Class Homeowners And Luxury Development Sustaining The Housing Crisis In Former Brick Manufacturing Hub Kingston, Ny, Deirdre Frances Irvine

Senior Projects Spring 2021

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Social Studies of Bard College.


Are Entrepreneurial Capabilities And Prior Knowledge The Silver Bullet For The Generation Of New Digital Venture Ideas In A Digital Context?, Meifang Yao, Dan Ye, Gao Yang, Hui Shi, Xianrong Zheng Jan 2021

Are Entrepreneurial Capabilities And Prior Knowledge The Silver Bullet For The Generation Of New Digital Venture Ideas In A Digital Context?, Meifang Yao, Dan Ye, Gao Yang, Hui Shi, Xianrong Zheng

Information Technology & Decision Sciences Faculty Publications

Digital technology has had an important impact on entrepreneurship. It has changed the uncertain nature of the process of new venture idea generation, and it has also brought unprecedented opportunities for the generation of new digital venture ideas. In order to explore how startups can deal with major challenges brought by digital technology and create new digital venture ideas, this paper focuses on micro level entrepreneurial actions and constructs a theoretical model of the relationship among networking capabilities, IT capabilities, prior knowledge, and new digital venture ideas. Furthermore, through the hierarchical linear regression analysis of 278 sample data, the paper …


Changing The Industry’S Dynamics Covid 19’S Reversible Impacts On Pakistan’S Reviving Tourism, Mohammad Ali Syed Dec 2020

Changing The Industry’S Dynamics Covid 19’S Reversible Impacts On Pakistan’S Reviving Tourism, Mohammad Ali Syed

MSJ Capstone Projects

Pakistan’s tourism industry, still in its infancy, has taken a major hit during the corona virus pandemic.One such example is the Shigri’s native region of Gilgit-Baltistan welcomes millions of tourists during the spring-summer season, but with the pandemic in full spring during peak travel season, his guest house along with hundreds of hospitality businesses across Pakistan remained shut for months causing millions in losses to the economy.


Industry Stock Prices Around Covid-19, Daniel Cardall Aug 2020

Industry Stock Prices Around Covid-19, Daniel Cardall

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

In this study, I examine how market participants respond to global uncertainty around the Covid-19 pandemic. More specifically, I analyze the industries most affected by the outbreak. The pandemic has created events never before seen at such a global level. Governments closed their country’s borders and quarantined their residents. Business owners closed their doors. These unforeseen events put the world economy at a standstill. I find that these decisions caused the U.S. stock markets to crash by more than 30%. The industries that experienced the most negative value-weighted abnormal returns were Carry, Meals, and Books. The industries that exhibited the …


The Next Frontier: Blockchain In The Music Industry, Manuel J. Manriquez Jr Jul 2020

The Next Frontier: Blockchain In The Music Industry, Manuel J. Manriquez Jr

Backstage Pass

This Research Paper takes a look at how Blockchain technology can potentially change the music industry as we know it!


Analyses Of Five Industries, Potential Job Prospects, And Expatriate Employment In Spain, Leonardo Brista Apr 2020

Analyses Of Five Industries, Potential Job Prospects, And Expatriate Employment In Spain, Leonardo Brista

Honors Projects

This memorandum analyzes five industries of personal interest and potential job opportunities within each, as well as an analysis of Spain’s economy and identifying the process of working as an expatriate. The goal of this project is to lay out the career opportunities in various industries in and out of the United States, the situation of their environments, and rationalizing them in an evaluative method. Each industry of interest will be analyzed on their economic strength, sociopolitical environment, and geographic area of focus. The top five companies in each industry will also briefly analyzed, comparing their overall employee approval rating …


Csisg Fieldwork Methodology Whitepaper, Institute Of Service Excellence, Smu Mar 2020

Csisg Fieldwork Methodology Whitepaper, Institute Of Service Excellence, Smu

Research Collection Institute of Service Excellence

Comparisons of Results and Respondent Demographic Profiles between Interviewer Administered Face-to-face Survey and Respondent Self-administered Online Survey for the Customer Satisfaction Index of Singapore (CSISG)


Customer Satisfaction Index Of Singapore 2019: Full Year Overview, Institute Of Service Excellence, Smu Mar 2020

Customer Satisfaction Index Of Singapore 2019: Full Year Overview, Institute Of Service Excellence, Smu

Research Collection Institute of Service Excellence

The Customer Satisfaction Index of Singapore (CSISG) computes customer satisfaction scores at the national, sector, sub-sector, and company levels. The CSISG serves as a quantitative benchmark of the quality of goods and services produced by the Singapore economy over time and across countries. The fourth quarter results mark the end of measurement for CSISG 2019. Singapore’s 2019 national score was computed using the data collected during these four quarters.


Will 3 + 3 Be Nine?, S. Chandrachud Ph.D. Jan 2020

Will 3 + 3 Be Nine?, S. Chandrachud Ph.D.

International Review of Business and Economics

In Economic view, COVID 19, forced ustomake3+3=NINE.Thelogicof this slogan is to create a new economy for our country. The first ‘3’ implies the Agriculture, Industry and Service sectors and the second ‘3’ indicates Public, Private and Foreign sector. These two 3s combined together make New India New Economy (NINE). Chapter one narrates few classical theories to reconcile demand and supply. Chapter two enlists the review of literature. Chapter three pronounces the economic impact of current pandemic situation. Chapter four elucidates the government initiation towards the recovery of economy. Chapter five enumerateshow to create a New India New Economy (NINE). The …


Using Internship Design To Shape Sustainable University-Industry Relationships:A Research Agenda?, Conor Horan Jan 2020

Using Internship Design To Shape Sustainable University-Industry Relationships:A Research Agenda?, Conor Horan

Level 3

This discursive article considers models and types of internships internationally and how particular models can be used as a strategic tool to shape effective university-industry partnerships. It argues why research into the nature, purpose and impact of internships in industry partnerships is urgently required.


Features Of Industrial Development Of The Tashkent Region, Nilufar Batirova Dec 2019

Features Of Industrial Development Of The Tashkent Region, Nilufar Batirova

The Light of Islam

The article describes the features of the industrial development of the Tashkent region. Within one region, an industrial complex was analyzed. Some views of theorists on regional development are given. The opinions of these scientists on the factors affecting the development of industry in the region are analyzed. The economic potential and geographical location of the regions can lead to a clear division of the individual territories in industrial production. The economic and industrial potential of the Tashkent region was evaluated. It also analyzes the economic potential of the region. The role of regional sectors of the economy in the …


Customer Satisfaction Index Of Singapore 2019: Q3 Results, Institute Of Service Excellence, Smu Nov 2019

Customer Satisfaction Index Of Singapore 2019: Q3 Results, Institute Of Service Excellence, Smu

Research Collection Institute of Service Excellence

The Customer Satisfaction Index of Singapore (CSISG) computes customer satisfaction scores at the national, sector, sub-sector, and company levels. The CSISG serves as a quantitative benchmark of the quality of goods and services produced by the Singapore economy over time and across countries. This is the CSISG’s 13th year of measurement.


Customer Satisfaction Index Of Singapore 2019: Q1 Results, Institute Of Service Excellence, Smu Jun 2019

Customer Satisfaction Index Of Singapore 2019: Q1 Results, Institute Of Service Excellence, Smu

Research Collection Institute of Service Excellence

The Customer Satisfaction Index of Singapore (CSISG) computes customer satisfaction scores at the national, sector, sub-sector, and company levels. The CSISG serves as a quantitative benchmark of the quality of goods and services produced by the Singapore economy over time. 2019 marks the 13th year of measurement for the CSISG national study.


A Strategic Audit Of Oriental Trading Company, Isaac Coleman Apr 2019

A Strategic Audit Of Oriental Trading Company, Isaac Coleman

Honors Theses, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Oriental Trading Company is a direct marketer and seller of toys, novelties, wedding favors, custom apparel, and other event supplies. Its products are sold by five brands, each of which participates in a different market. Though its flagship brand, Oriental Trading, is a powerful market leader in novelties and is doing extremely well, the four most recent brands each face distinct challenges and have low name recognition. To increase name recognition and direct sales of these brands, this audit proposes that OTC revitalize its social media presence, add a blog to all of its websites, and resume public participation in …


Customer Satisfaction Index Of Singapore 2018: Full Year Overview, Institute Of Service Excellence, Smu Mar 2019

Customer Satisfaction Index Of Singapore 2018: Full Year Overview, Institute Of Service Excellence, Smu

Research Collection Institute of Service Excellence

The Customer Satisfaction Index of Singapore (CSISG) computes customer satisfaction scores at the national, sector, sub-sector, and company levels. The CSISG serves as a quantitative benchmark of the quality of goods and services produced by the Singapore economy over time and across countries. The fourth quarter results mark the end of measurement for CSISG 2018. Singapore’s 2018 national score was computed using the data collected during these four quarters.


An Assessment Of The Influence Of Personal Branding On Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures, Suzanna Elmassah, Ian Michael, Reynold James, Ionica Ghimpu Feb 2019

An Assessment Of The Influence Of Personal Branding On Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures, Suzanna Elmassah, Ian Michael, Reynold James, Ionica Ghimpu

All Works

© 2019 The Authors This research explores the influence of an entrepreneur's personal brand in attracting capital, by examining the validity of the Entrepreneurial Brand Personality Equity (EBPE) model of Balakrishnan and Michael (2011). Its particular concern is whether investors provide funding to an entrepreneur's idea, or, to the entrepreneur behind the idea. Concomitantly, it seeks to identify the variations in the importance accorded by different investors to the several variables of the EBPE model, and whether these variations-and also the stages of business-influence the final investment decisions of investors. The findings of this mixed methods study hold significant implications …


Modernization And Diversification Of Industrial Sectors As A Factor In Further Increasing The Efficiency Of Network Enterprises, O.Q Xatamov, A.A Qosimov Jan 2019

Modernization And Diversification Of Industrial Sectors As A Factor In Further Increasing The Efficiency Of Network Enterprises, O.Q Xatamov, A.A Qosimov

Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

The article analyzes economic indicators of modern industrial enterprises and outlines the main directions of reducing production costs