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Managerial Discretion and Constraints: A Bounded Leadership Model

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On-the-Job Training and Human Resource Management: How to Improve Competitive Advantage of an Organization?

://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/industrial-competitiveness/competitiveness-analysis/europeancompetitiveness-report/index_en.htm Finkelstein, S., & Peteraf, A.M. (2007). Managerial activities: a missing link in the managerial discretion theory. Strategic Organization 5(3), 237-248, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1476127007079975 Finkelstein, S., & Hambrick, D.C. (1990). Top management team tenure and organizational outcomes: the moderating role of managerial discretion. Administrative Science Quarterly, 35(3), 484-503, http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/2393314 Gerhart, B., & Milkovich, G.T. (1990). Organizational differences in managerial compensation and financial performance. Academy of

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Directors Remuneration and Companies' Performance the Comparison of Listed Companies in Poland and UK

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Primary Sources of Corporate Investment in Hungary

://www.czechinvest.org/data/files/fdi-in-cee-final-reportmarch-10-2014-cz.pdf. Stulz, R., 1990. Managerial discretion and optimal financing policies. Journal of Financial Economics, 26(1), 3-27. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0304-405X(90)90011-N Török, Z., 2012. Vállalati hitelezes Magyarországon. In L. Kovács (Ed.), Negyedszázados a Magyar bankrendszer, „Múlt - Jelen - Jövő” (pp. 85-111). UNCTAD, 2002. World Investment Report 2002. Transnational Corporations and Export Competitiveness. In United Nations (Ed.), (pp. 347). Switzerland: UNCTAD. UNCTAD, 2004. World

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Banking Governance and Risk: The Case of Tunisian Conventional Banks

-97. SALLOUM C. AZOURY N., ( 2008). Détresse Financière et Gouvernance d’Entreprise : Approche Empirique, Revue Libanaise de Gestionet d’Economie,1, pp. 6-43. TRABELSI M.A., (2010). Governance and Performance of Tunisian Banks, International Journal of Economics and Finance, 2(3), pp.189-198. TRABELSI M.A., (2011). The Impact of the Financial Crisis on the Global Economy: Can the Islamic Financial System Help?, Journal of Risk Finance, 12(1), pp. 15-25.DOI: 10.1108/15265941111100049 WILLIAMSON O., (1963). Managerial Discretion

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Performance Indicators of Management Buyouts Using the Analytic Hierarchy Process Method

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Managerial Characteristics and Export Performance – Empirical Evidence from Kosovo

intensity: Examining the interplay of organizational learning and innovation. International Business Review 24 (1): 148-156. Filatotchev, I., Stephan, J., and Jindra, B. 2008. Ownership structure, strategic controls and export intensity of foreign- invested firms in transition economies. Journal of International Business Studies 39 (7): 1133-1148. Finkelstein, S. and Hambrick, D. C. 1990. Top-managementteam tenure and organizational outcomes: The moderating role of managerial discretion. Administrative Science Quarterly 484

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Examining multi-level effects on corporate social responsibility and irresponsibility

-56. Crossland, C. and Hambrick, D.C. (2007), “How national systems differ in their constraints on corporate executives: A study of CEO effects in three countries”, Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 28, No. 8, pp. 767-789. Crossland, C. and Hambrick, D.C. (2011), “Differences in managerial discretion across countries: How nation-level institutions affect the degree to which CEOs matter”, Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 32, No. 8, pp. 797-819. Eisenhardt, K.M. (1988), “Agency- and institutional-theory explanations: The case of retail sales

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A review of earnings management in private firms in response to tax rate changes

provider, since this information could be useful for the tax authorities. 5 Conclusions and suggestions for future research The objective of this paper is to review studies on earnings management in private firms with a special focus on tax incentives. The topic of earnings management is generally understood as the utilization of managerial discretion over accounting and reporting choices with an ultimate goal of influencing how economic events are presented in some measure of earnings. Driven by agency theory and conflicts of interest between public firm owners

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What do we know about corporate social responsibility research? a content analysis

been made to elaborate on the determinants (e.g., firm size, managerial discretion and institutional pressure) ( Greening and Gray, 1994 ; Husted and Allen, 2006 ), mediators ( Campbell, 2007 ) and strategic investment ( Gardberg and Fombrun, 2006 ) in CSR. CSR-related strategy The resource-based view (RBV) ( Barney, 1991 ) is a useful perspective for researchers of CSR strategy, because it helps to transfer actionable prescriptions to practitioners ( Priem and Butler, 2001 ). A large number of CSR studies are based primarily on the RBV ( Russo and Fouts

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