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Corruption and Information Sharing as Determinants of Non-Performing Loans

References 1. Barth, J. R., Lin, C., Lin, P., Song, F. M. (2009), “Corruption in bank lending to firms: Crosscountry micro evidence on the beneficial role of competition and information sharing”, Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 91, No. 3, pp. 361-388. 2. Batra, G., Kaufmann, D., Stone, A. (2004), “The Firms Speak: What the World Business Environment Survey Tells Us about Constraints on the Private Sector Development”, World Bank, Washington, DC. 3. Beck, T. H. L., Demirgüç, A. K., Laeven, L

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The Impact of Corporate Reputation and Information Sharing on Value Creation for Organizational Customers

., So, K.S. and Tang, C.S. 2000. The value of information sharing in a two-level supply chain. Management Science 46(5): 626-643. Lin, C.H., Sher, P.J. and Shih, H.Y. 2005. Past Progress and Future Directions in Conceptualizing Customer Perceived Value. International Journal of Service Management 16(3/4): 318-336. Lusch, R. F., Vargo, S.L. and Malter, A.J. 2006. Marketing as Service- Exchange: Taking a Leadership Role in Global Marketing Management. Organizational Dynamics, 35(3): 264-278. Noordewier, T.G., John, G. and

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Social Media Affordances and Information Sharing: An Evidence from Chinese Public Organizations

media are at the centre of most activities within organizations. Affordance lens on macro-level concerning with knowledge sharing and coordination and on microlevel with decision-making and temporal orientation are poised to be shaped by the use of social media at work ( Leonardi & Vaast, 2017 ). Thus, we argue that the use of social media within organizations will affect individuals, groups, and organizational processes and enhance information sharing behaviour. Despite the prior research in which the connection of individual discussed in terms of blogs ( Wattal

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A Model for Information Support for Knowledge Workers

References [1] Borghoff U.M., Pareschi R. - Information technology for knowledge management [in] Journal of Universal Computer Science, Vol. 3, No. 8, 1997, pp. 835-842. [2] Cantor D.E., Macdonald J.R. - Decision-making in the supply chain: examining problem solving approaches and information availability [in] Journal Operation Management, Vol. 27, 2007, pp. 220-232. [3] Chan H.K., Chan F.T.S. - Effect of information sharing in supply chains with flexibility [in] International Journal of Production Research, Vol

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The new economic good: Your own personal data. An integrative analysis of the Dark Web

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Do you remember the times when the copyright or a patent had no economic value? Neither do I, because this happened more than 300 years ago when the printing activity took place completely free. It was the eighteenth century, when France, England, Germany and the United Kingdom realized that the author was pretty important for the state and the first regulations appeared. Exactly like the intellectual property, in the new era of technology, dynamic change and growing e-commerce, the data with personal character is the newest economic good. More and more studies and journals show that in the near future the personal information will also have an economic value since databases are so important for businesses, but also for other institutions like the police or even intelligence agencies. The current article is the first in a row of a complex research regarding the importance of the personal data in the current economy and its actual value in an organization. Further studies will be needed in order to conclude and create a model for measuring the value of personal data. This first step is a research and a detailed analysis of the current status-quo. The changes that appeared after the entry of the European directives regarding General Data Protection Regulation will be analyzed. Another significant section of the article is a close review of the personal data black market. In order to submit this aspect as clear and objective as possible, further research on the dark internet (Onion) was conducted and prices for clones of credit cards, Amazon or PayPal accounts and cloned personal documents were examined and charted.

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Teachers’ Motivations and Expectations Regarding Lifelong Learning

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The global contemporary economic and social context, in constant change, makes the learning process undergo constant structural changes with profound implications. These transformations also influence practices, principles and methods used in the field of learning and teaching. The present research is focused on the motivations and expectations of teachers regarding lifelong learning. Their main motivator is to improve teaching tools, techniques and methods. The study population consists of educators who teach the national language and literature (Romanian) to national minorities (Hungarian, German, Roma, Tatar, Serbian, Ukrainian, etc.) and to migrants from various states. The respondents have participated in a lifelong learning program.

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Effects of Network Capabilities on Firm Performance across Cultures

accumulation and performance improvement, Journal of Operations Management , Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 528–545. Lachman, R., Nedd, A., Hinings, B. (1994), Analyzing cross-national management and organizations: A theoretical framework, Management Science , Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 40–55. Lewis, J. D., Weigert, A. (1985), Trust as a Social Reality, Social Forces , Vol. 63, No. 4, pp. 967–985. Li, Y., Ye, F., Scheu, C. (2014), Social capital, information sharing and performance, International Journal of Operations & Production Management , Vol. 34, No. 11, pp. 1440

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Sustainability-oriented cross-functional collaboration to manage trade-offs and interdependencies

) – pose formidable challenges to intraorganizational goal congruence and cause uncertainties about priorities and ESO intervention-related risks. These specifics are behind several organizational, managemental, and behavioral barriers to environmental performance improvement. In order to manage complexity and address newly emerging trade-offs and interdependencies, it is indispensable to establish organizational procedures and routines that facilitate coordination, enable information sharing, and foster knowledge integration. This leads us to advance the following

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Pre-requisites of successful strategic electronic coordination: the moderation effect of the ownership mechanism of inter-organisational information systems

joint action in manufacturer- supplier relationships: An empirical test of the moderating role of reciprocal asset investments, uncertainty, and trust. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 27(3), 291-305. doi: 10.1177/00920 70399273001 Kembro, J., Selviaridis, K., & Naslund, D. (2014). Theoretical perspectives on information sharing in supply chains: a systematic literature review and conceptual framework. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 19(5/6), 609-625. doi: 10.1108/SCM-12-2013-0460 Kim, K

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The (Co-)Location Sharing Game

. Backes. Dissecting privacy risks in biomedical data. In Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy (Euro S&P). IEEE , 2018. [9] A. Besmer and H. Richter Lipford. Moving beyond untagging: photo privacy in a tagged world. In Proc. of SIGCHI . ACM, 2010. [10] G. Biczók and P. H. Chia. Interdependent Privacy: Let Me Share Your Data. In FC , 2013. [11] I. Bilogrevic, K. Huguenin, B. Ağır, M. Jadliwala, M. Gazaki, and J.-P. Hubaux. A Machine-Learning Based Approach to Privacy-Aware Information-Sharing in Mobile Social Networks

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