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New Articles – Business Administration and Management


MODERATING ROLES OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LINK AND INFORMATION SHARING IN DRIVING SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE THROUGH SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT AND KNOWLEDGE ABSORPTION: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM MANUFACTURING FIRMS ACROSS COUNTRIES

Anh Chi Phan, Ha Thu Nguyen, Hao Anh Nguyen, Yoshiki Matsui

Along with information technology adoption, supply chain coordination through information sharing activities has become essential to achieve supply chain effectiveness and resilience. This paper presents the results of an empirical study investigating the moderating roles of information technology link and information sharing on the relationship between supplier development, knowledge absorption from customers, and supply chain performance. Statistical techniques such as measurement test,…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2022-4-008 more

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE STRATEGY OF BUSINESS ENTITIES

Eva Fuchsová

Social responsibility is a common part of corporate practice and an established topic of scientific research. Foreign studies have repeatedly concluded that the consistent integration of social responsibility into corporate strategy and strategic management of all dimensions of CSR strengthen corporate growth, bring competitive advantages, and contribute to the sustainable development of society. The aim of the paper is to find out whether even in the Czech Republic business entities with a…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2022-3-003 more

MANAGERS’ ETHICS OF TAX EVASION: THE ROLES OF FAMILY, RELIGION, AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

Thuy Thi Diem Vo, Kristine Velasquez Tuliao, Chung-wen Chen

Tax income is one of the essential financial resources to maintain a nation’s development, as tax revenue promotes the advancement of social welfare and community affairs. However, tax evasion has been a persistent governmental and societal concern. In order to expand insights on tax evasion of managers, the authors used Emile Durkheim’s sociological theory of anomie to investigate the individual-level association between managers’ perceived family and religion importance and their attitude…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2022-3-004 more

FIRM AGILITY AND DIGITALISATION LESS HELPFUL THAN EXPECTED DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, BUT VALUABLE IN THE LONGER RUN

Tjaša Redek, Tomaž Čater, Barbara Čater, Matej Černe, Matjaž Koman

Firms’ performance during exogenous crises depends on several factors, from strategic foresight, financial readiness, and a number of firm-specific as well as sectoral aspects, also including luck and government support. The aim of this paper is to investigate the extent to which the ‘crisis readiness’ of firms, defined by factors like a proactive strategic approach, digitalisation, and financial constraints, as well as the reliance on or availability of government support, is responsible for…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2022-3-005 more

JOB STANDARDIZATION AND DEVIANT WORKPLACE BEHAVIOR

Hsiao-Yen Mao

Facing fiercely competitive global environments, organizations use widespread mass production of goods and services for lower cost and larger market shares for survival and growth. Thus, a job design and characteristic of standardization has long been adopted and recognized to be essential for the competitiveness of organizations by sustaining output consistency, effectiveness and efficiency. However, Keeley (1988) maintained that organizations have a fundamental tension between the goal of…

DOI (& full text): doi.org/10.15240/tul/001/2022-3-006 more

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