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Beyond Budgeting – A Fair Alternative for Management Control? - Examining the Relationships between Beyond Budgeting and Organizational Justice Perceptions

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Assessing students’ entrepreneurial skills needed in the Knowledge Economy

perception on developing conceptual generic skills for business: a knowledge-based approach, VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, Vol. 47, No. 4, pp. 490-505. Cantaragiu, R., Paunescu, C. and Hadad, S. (2014), “The social impact of university entrepreneurship in Romania: is the institutional discourse replicated or adopted?”, Management & Marketing. Challenges for the Knowledge Society, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 403-422. Chan, D. and Lo, W. (2007), “Running universities as enterprises: university governance changes in Hong Kong”, Asia Pacific

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The Challenges of Corporate Taxation in Iran: The Case of Construction Companies in the Province of Kurdistan

Province)”, International Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies , April Special Issue, 642-649. Babajani, J. (2014). “The Role of Information Accounting in the Acceleration of Tax Receiving process from the Perception of Financial Experts”, Experimental Research in Accounting, 3(10), 1-20. Hosseini, A., Nasrollahi, Z., and Abtahi, S.Y. (2015). “Review of Underground Economy Developments in Iran”, Journal of Novel Applied Sciences, 4(3), 351-359. Kapranova, L., Stankevičius, A., Simanaviciene, Z., and Lukšaitė, A. (2016), “Tax Morale and Tax

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The Factors Affecting Entrepreneurship Intention

of Entrepreneurial Knowledge. Volume 4. Issue 1. 104-111 Belas, J., Bilan, Y., Ključnikov, A. Vincurova, Z. Machacek, J. (2015). Actual Problems of Business Risk in SME Segment, Case Study from Slovakia. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge. Volume 3, Issue 1, 46-56. Fatoki, O.(2014). Parental and gender effects on the entrepreneurial intention of university students in South Africa. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences , 5(7): 157-162. Gecas, Viktor. 1982. The Self Concept. Annual Review of Sociology , Vol. 8 (1982), pp. 1

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Social networking in Bangladesh: Boon or curse for academic engagement?

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The impact of demographic and situational factors on training transfer in a health care setting

learner identify and construct relationships between new and old knowledge or adapt existing knowledge to the demands of new, unfamiliar problems. These capacities have the potential to contribute to growth in organisational competitiveness and value in both the short and long term. Van der Klink et al. (2001) argue that the transfer of training can take many forms and identify three dimensions of transfer: the direction, the level of complexity and the distance. An understanding of these forms is important for evaluation studies measuring the extent of training

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Fraud and Business Cycle: Empirical Evidence from Fraudsters and Fraud Managers in Nigeria

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The Specific Character Traits of Young Entrepreneurs in Slovakia

. 155 (11-12) (2015), p. 117-120. Kozubíková, L., Belás, J., Bilan, Y., Bartoš, P. (2015) Personal characteristics of entrepreneurs in the context of perception and management of business risk in the SME segment, Economics and Sociology , 8(1), 41-54 DOI: 10.14254/2071-789X.2015/8-1/4 Kvietok, A. (2013). Psychological profile of the entrepreneur. Retrieved March 24, 2014, from Misra, S., Kumar, E. S. (2000). Resourcefulness: Approximal conceptualization of entrepreneurial behaviour. The

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A study of interaction of materialism and money attitude and its impact on car purchase

Business and Social Sciences, No. 11, Vol. 2, pp. 228-246. Birdwell, A.E. (1968),“A study of the influence of image congruence on consumer choice”, Journal of Business, No. 1, Vol. 4, pp. 76-88. Bloch, P.H. and Marsha L.R. (1983), "A Theoretical Model for the Study of Product Importance Perceptions", Journal of Marketing, No. 47, Vol. 2, pp. 69-81 Bonsu, S.K. (2008),“Ghanaian attitudes towards money in consumer culture”, International Journal of Consumer Studies, No. 2, Vol. 32, pp. 171-178. Chan, K. and

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A conceptual stages-of-growth model for managing a social media business profile

, but it is a long-term commitment ( Bott et al., 2009 ). Social media also poses significant technological threats ( Hong, 2012 ; Li et al., 2013 ; Nesbit, 2011 ), and brand hijacking, squatter accounts and lack of control over content are additional issues ( Jacobs and Nakata, 2010 ). Adoption may also be hindered by a lack of management support ( Forrester, 2012 ). Another problem is a perception that the SMBP does not require additional resources ( Bott et al., 2009 ; Forrester, 2012 ; Piskorski, 2011 ). These problems may dissipate as social media matures and

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