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  • This monograph emerged from our efforts to study the behavior of the households from the Townsend Thai Monthly Survey. This experience convinced us that imposing an accounting framework and creating financial statements would be a useful, indeed a necessary, first step for the analysis of household finance, especially from high-frequency, monthly data.

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  • Chapter 1 - What is organizational behavior? After reading this chapter, you should be able to answer the following questions: What is the definition of "organizational behavior" (OB)? What are the two primary outcomes in studies of OB? What factors affect the two primary OB outcomes? Why might firms that are good at OB tend to be more profitable? What is the role of theory in the scientific method? How are correlations interpreted?

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  • In this chapter, we dig deeper into steps two and three of the marketing process: designing customer-driven marketing strategies and constructing marketing programs. First, we look at the organization’s overall strategic planning, which guides marketing strategy and planning. Next, we discuss how, guided by the strategic plan, marketers partner closely with others inside and outside the firm to create value for customers.

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  • In this chapter we examine the behavior of competitive firms, such as your local gas station. After completing this chapter, students will be able to learn what characteristics make a market competitive, examine how competitive firms decide how much output to produce, examine how competitive firms decide when to shut down production temporarily,...

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  • In this chapter we examine the behavior of competitive firms, such as your local gas station. After completing this chapter, students will be able to learn what characteristics make a market competitive, examine how competitive firms decide how much output to produce, examine how competitive firms decide when to shut down production temporarily,...

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  • The study assessed environmental policy and supervisory support behaviors as creating an impetus for environmental actions in companies, leading to environmentally proactive firms sending encourgamental signals to employees.

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  • This study empirically examines the link between firm characteristics and leverage using the data of Vietnamese non-financial listed firms from 2006 to 2015. In addition to traditional panel data methods, we employ a conditional quantile regression that unveils the behavior of regressors throughout the leverage distribution.

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  • Using a sample of 248 firms on Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City stock exchanges, we shows that education level and tenure of the CEOs do not have any impact on the performance of Vietnamese firms. However, when the CEOs hold the undergraduate degree, tenure has a positive impact on the performance of Vietnamese firms.

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  • Review the types of decisions firms face in designing a sales force. Learn how companies recruit, select, train, supervise, motivate, and evaluate a sales force. Understand how salespeople improve their selling, negotiation, and relationship-building skills.

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  • We investigate the effect of a corporate culture of sustainability on multiple facets of corporate behavior and performance outcomes. Using a matched sample of 180 companies, we find that corporations that voluntarily adopted environmental and social policies many years ago – termed as High Sustainability companies – exhibit fundamentally different characteristics from a matched sample of firms that adopted almost none of these policies – termed as Low Sustainability companies.

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  • 2 Using Behavioral Economic Field Experiments at a Firm The Context and Design of the Truckers and Turnover Project.2.1 Introduction The Truckers and Turnover Project is a statistical case study of a single large trucking firm and its driver employees

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  • Snow-balling technique was used to find further examples in the application of financing mechanisms, contact persons, as well as for finding additional information. Furthermore, also the second questionnaire (see Annex 24) was used as an additional information source. The interviews used a common interview guide which was adapted according to the type of actors interviewed and according to the type of information missing for the description of the single cases.

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  • Members of the Association of Private Client Investment Managers and Stockbrokers (APCIMS), who include wealth management and broking firms, provide a key role in facilitating investment in and providing liquidity for quoted companies, including Small and Mid-Caps, on behalf of private investors. According to the compeer 2009 uK Wealth Management industry report, at the end of 2008 the private client wealth management industry had £335 billion of investment assets under management.

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  • (bq) part 1 book "managerial economics and business strategy" has contents: the fundamentals of managerial economics; market forces - demand and supply; quantitative demand analysis; the theory of individual behavior; the production process and costs; the organization of the firm,...and other contents.

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  • Similarly, while companies in New York and Ohio filed SARs through multiple entities, a single firm in each state filed the majority of SARs. This was also the case for Wisconsin, ranked fourth among filing locations. For that state, five separate insurance carriers, through one entity, generated 88 percent of filings for the twelve- month period. Unlike in Massachusetts, the Wisconsin-based firm was not affiliated with other companies in and/or from the state during the same time frame.

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  • Businesses’ investment in equipment and software should continue to grow at a healthy pace in the coming year, driven by rising demand for products and services, the continuing need to replace or update existing equipment, strong corporate balance sheets, and the low cost of financing, at least for those firms with access to public capital markets. Rising sales and increased business confidence should also lead firms to expand payrolls. However, investment in structures will likely remain weak.

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Managerial economics and business strategy" has contents: The fundamentals of managerial economics; market forces - Demand and supply; quantitative demand analysis; the theory of individual behavior; the production process and costs; the organization of the firm,...and other contents.

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  • Supporters of credit scoring note that credit scores have statistical validity, and are predictive of repayment behavior for large populations. However, this does not mean that credit data are error free, nor that credit scoring models are perfect predictors of individual creditworthiness; it only means that they work on average. While the systems do present an accurate risk profile of a large numbers of consumers, data users who manage large numbers of accounts priced by credit risk have a greater tolerance for errors in credit scoring systems than consumers do.

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  • One of our main goals in analysing the flows of corporate credit is to trace the effect of a policy shock, such as the introduction of the CBA on the determinants of these flows. The theoretical literature suggests that policy may have an effect on credit supply and demand in various ways. Thus changes in monetary policy do affect banks’ and firms’ behavior due to the existence of a transmission mechanism through which monetary shocks affect real economic performance.

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  • Four major changes have taken place following these scandals. First, the nature of the audit industry has changed. Three of the Big 4 audit firms have either divested or publicly announced plans to divest their consulting businesses. 2 Second, Arthur Andersen, formerly one of the Big 5 audit firms, has gone out of business. Third, in July 2002, President George W. Bush signed the Sarbanes-Oxley Bill (also known as the Corporate Oversight Bill) into law. This law imposes a number of corporate governance rules on all public companies with stock traded in the United States.

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