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Corruption, lending and bank performance
(American University of Sharjah, 2019-11-03)
This paper uses a sample of 7235 banks from 160 countries between 2000 and 2016 to investigate the link between corruption, lending and bank performance. It considers both country- and bank-level corruption. The study finds ...
Managers and organizational forgetting: a synthesis
Purpose - This paper evaluated how managers influence accidental and intentional organizational forgetting, i.e., knowledge depreciation, knowledge loss, and unlearning. Design/methodology/approach - The literature was ...
Public sector expatriation
A public sector expatriate is an employee who is sent abroad by their organization, for an organizational mission, for a precise period of time, and expected to return to their home organization, in their home country, ...
Transnational Links in Rhino Poaching and the Black Market Price of Rhino Horns
(Wiley Online Library, 2019)
The trends of rhino poaching in South Africa and India – major range states – have been remarkably similar over time. Organized criminal syndicates manage an illegal supply chain of rhino horns from poachers, middlemen, ...
What We Have Learned about Terrorism since 9/11
(American Economic Association, 2019)
This overview examines critically the post-9/11 empirical literature on terrorism. Major contributions by both economists and political scientists are included. We focus on five main themes: the changing nature of terrorism, ...
Women, work and management in the Middle East
(Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019)
The role and position of women in the Middle East continues to be the subject of much interest in discussion in the public arena and despite questions about their under-representation in work and management, their experiences ...