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Giving Shareholders Real Rights, Reducing Excessive Executive Pay, and Reducing One‐Size‐Fits‐All Regulation

by Dan Palmon, Gary Kleinman, Ann F. Medinets

This paper questions the effectiveness of shareholders’ protection from managers who may make choices contrary to the shareholders’ interests. We focus on...

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Entrepreneurial Strategies for Navigating the VUCA World

by Mehrsa Ehsani , Oleksiy Osiyevskyy

The business landscape is constantly changing. Today’s leading companies face accelerating environmental turbulence and tectonic shifts in societal perceptions...

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Brand Management


Building and Sustaining Luxury Brands – Reflections on the Swiss Watch Industry

by Jonathan Zhang, Oliver R. Müller

Compared to many other industries, the luxury industry relies more heavily on strong brands to achieve long-term competitive advantage. Accordingly, this...

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International Business

A Primer for Preventing Pandemics: Insights for Business

by Ivan Montiel, Junghoon Park, Bryan W. Husted, Andres Velez-Calle

We first summarize the key points of our recent article titled “Tracing the connections between international business and communicable diseases,” published in...

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Social Responsibility

Modern Slavery in the Diamond Jewelry Business: How Can Science Combat It?

by Snejina Michailova, Christina Stringer, Alexia Husted

Modern slavery exists in developed and developing countries and in both labor-intensive and high-end sectors. While the business literature has paid attention...

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Hybrid Firm: The Future of Organizing for Industry 4.0

by Oleksiy Osiyevskyy, Liudmyla Shevchenko, Olga Marchenko, Yurii Umantsiv

Since the dawn of the first Industrial Revolution, the hierarchies within individual firms serve to organize economic activity and direct productive and...

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Improving Agility in Organizations with a Hierarchical Culture: Leadership Strategies

by Peng Xu , Yide Shen

Embracing agile values and principles is no longer limited to software development projects, but has become a strategic priority for many organizations. To...

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Executive Insights: An Interview with Scott Harris Shapiro, CEO Europa Eyewear

by Alexandra F. Kunish

Scott Harris Shapiro, CEO of Europa Eyewear, discusses the current state of the optical industry and Europa Eyewear’s unique approach to servicing Independent...

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Impact Index


The 2022 Rutgers Business School General Impact Index for Business Journals

by Omer Cem Kutlubay, Serdar Yayla, Mesut Cicek , Sengun (Shen) Yeniyurt

We present the 2022 Rutgers Business School (RBS) General Impact Index, for academic business journals. The RBS General Impact Index is derived from the...

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