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U.S. Public Administration Programs: Increasing Academic Achievement by Identifying and Utilizing Student Learning Styles
Global economic shifts are forcing universities to become more competitive and operationally efficient (Lipka, 2012; Stengel, 2012). As a result, universities emphasize access, affordability, and achievement. More specifically, ...
Corporate Governance, Fiduciary Duty of Boards of Directors, and Bondholders’ Wealth
We document that strong governance from shareholders’ perspective, including a more independent and active board and large shareholdings by institutional blockholders are associated with higher bond spreads, but only when ...
Global venture capital 'hotspots': Developing countries
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012)
Venture capital (VC) is a dynamic financial process that is in a permanent state of disequilibrium, especially in economies characterized as ‘developing’. The developing country context in which this chapter considers VC ...
Structuring the Technology Entrepreneurship Publication Landscape: Making Sense out of Chaos
Technology Entrepreneurship (TE) is a popular and interdisciplinary research field, which is currently published in many different journals. TE articles, once the proviso of management of technology and general entrepreneurship ...
Book Review — Counseling Psychology (3rd Ed.) by Charles J. Gelso, Elizabeth Nutt Williams, and Bruce R. Fretz
(The Professional Counselor, 2015)
Culture and Cost Behavior: A Cross-Country Study
Entrepreneurial Finance in Weak Institutional Environments
(Oxford University Press, 2012)
Entrepreneurs and their financiers in emerging and developing countries face a diversity of challenges and opportunities that often differ from those faced by their counterparts in developed countries. Some of these ...
Rainbow Rulings: Separate But Equal Is Unconstitutional
(American Society for Public Administration, 2013)
Remedying Constitutional Violations by Government Institutions: A Case Study of U.S. Courts and Child Welfare Policy
In this article the impact and implementation of remedial law in the United States is examined. A case study method is employed with a focus placed on a single state in the substantive policy area of child welfare. A review ...
Firms' Inventory Choices During the Great Recession
We study how the interplay between firms’ fixed cost structure and their initial inventory levels influences these firms’ inventory production decisions. We also examine the consequences of those decisions for the firms’ ...