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Journal of Management and Sustainability
Number of Followers: 7  

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ISSN (Print) 1925-4725 - ISSN (Online) 1925-4733
Published by CCSE Homepage  [43 journals]
  • Reviewer Acknowledgements for Journal of Management and Sustainability,
           Vol. 12, No. 2

    • Abstract: Reviewer Acknowledgements for Journal of Management and Sustainability, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2022.
      PubDate: Wed, 30 Nov 2022 05:14:05 +000
       
  • Financial Performance and Characteristics: A Comparison of Born Global and
           Gradual Internationalization Firms in China

    • Abstract: This study examines the financial performance and characteristics of born global firms (BGs) in China. While the literature on BGs is growing, few systematic studies have investigated their financial performance, especially for BGs from developing economies like China. This study compares the financial ratios and rates of BGs with those of gradual internationalization firms (GIs) using analysis of variance and data on 1,069 listed companies in China’s manufacturing industry. The results show that BGs are inferior to GIs in profitability, debt paying ability, growth potential, and asset quality but are similar to GIs in terms of asset management capabilities. Born global firms’ ROA, operating profit margin ratio, gross profit margin ratio, current ratio, quick ratio, P/BV, Tobin’s q, and growth ratios are lower than those of GIs; their debt ratio is higher than that of GIs, but their operating activity ratios are not statistically significantly different. The study also finds that ownership and size differences exert significantly impacts on the financial performance of BGs.
      PubDate: Mon, 24 Oct 2022 12:00:36 +000
       
  • Geoenvironmental Mapping for the Delimitation of Regulated Areas for Use
           and Occupation

    • Abstract: The pressure constantly increases for the use and occupation of unexplored areas, concomitantly degrading natural resources. On the other hand, national, state, and municipal laws have arisen to regulate and preserve sites for environmental sustainability, such as Areas of Permanent Preservation (APP) and Legal Reserves. Nevertheless, the significant territorial extension and the multiple legislation make it difficult to define these areas. A relevant instrument to solve this issue is the geoenvironmental mapping of the territory. This work sought to delimit effectively regulated areas for use and occupation based on the geoenvironmental mapping of a section of the municipality of Ubajara, Ceará. Therefore, it was necessary to analyze the hypsometry, slope, water resource, and soil and delimit the APP and Conservation Units. The mapping revealed 15.67% of APP and 37.44% of use and occupation areas, being 46.88% effectively regulated for the use and occupation of the soil with diverse economic activities – such as agricultural, forestry, and pastoral-contemplated in the Ubajara master plan.
      PubDate: Thu, 29 Sep 2022 03:32:24 +000
       
  • Managerial Functions of an Independent Coordinating Body in the Governance
           of Waste Management

    • Abstract: Policies adopted to improve the competitiveness of public services include those designed to reform governance. Good governance of the waste management industry is becoming one of the most thought-provoking themes in heading toward a more circular economy. Given the complexity of this industry, the starting point for improving waste management performance must be at the industry structure and governance level. Although the economic literature on waste management has deeply investigated economic efficiency, business models, environmental performances, and citizens' behavior, governance's role in supporting the market's healthy functioning has received little attention. In such an evolving industry, securing a competitive market while ensuring the universality of waste management services and reaching circular economy targets is challenging. Based on both a theoretical approach and empirical analysis, we provide insights into the managerial functions of an independent body aimed at performing tasks that help policymakers to implement policies, waste management operators make decisions, and stakeholders, get information. We identify the economic and managerial functions that shall be entrusted to an independent coordinating body to coordinate and support the operators and institutions involved in the waste management industry. Focusing on municipal solid waste, we justify our proposal since it is a public service with environmental and economic implications at the center of the transition toward a more circular economy. Given its complexity, it needs to be properly governed to avoid policy and strategic drifts that may hinder the transition path.
      PubDate: Wed, 28 Sep 2022 07:44:00 +000
       
  • The Impact of Authentic Leadership on Smart Organization in Jordan Telecom
           Group (Orange)

    • Abstract: The study aims at identifying the concept of Authentic Leadership “AL” and its impact on the Smart Organization “SO” in Jordan Telecom Group (Orange) “JTG”. The study population comprises all the members of the supervisory and directive management in JTG, which includes (737) members. The sample representing the population of (737) members is (250) members and in order to ensure population representation, (300) questionnaires were distributed by e-mail. Number of (292) questionnaires were retrieved. The Statistical Package of Social Sciences (SPSS) was used. The results of the study showed that there is a significant impact of Authentic Leadership with its dimensions on Smart Organization with its combined dimensions at level (P ≤ 0.05) at JTG in Jordan; and the results showed also that there is a significant impact of Authentic Leadership with its dimensions on Understanding the Environment at level (P ≤ 0.05) at JTG in Jordan. Finally, the researcher provides the following recommendations: JTG is recommended to provide professionals and specialists who conduct the needed proper assessment and analysis of the uncertainties’ effects on the company’s business; JTG is advised to review its policies and plans related to the adopted methods of using and reallocating its human resources and their corresponding capabilities.
      PubDate: Wed, 31 Aug 2022 09:00:10 +000
       
  • Customer Perception of Sustainability Initiatives in the Restaurant
           Industry: A Discrete Choice Model Approach

    • Abstract: Business sustainability, a multidimensional construct that arose from global trade and climatic impacts, this research focus is to analyze customer perception on its implementation in the restaurant industry. By using discrete choice models, the research surveyed participants globally on their restaurant choice. Sustainable sourced food, as well as other environmental and social sustainability related attributes were used as a factor for choosing a restaurant. In revealed preferences, this paper shows that sustainability is not a key attribute for restaurant choice, nevertheless, in stated preferences individuals ranked sustainability as an important attribute, which could be explained by a social bias in direct ranking sustainability matters. The discrete choice models also showed that vegetarian and/or vegan restaurants can perform well in niche markets, as it is either a reason to choose or not to choose a restaurant. One interesting element for future research is that education was considered a key feature for sustainable development.
      PubDate: Wed, 22 Jun 2022 03:18:46 +000
       
  • The Innovation Management Modelling in the Water Sector in the United Arab
           Emirates: A Mixed-Methods Study

    • Abstract: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is encountering a scarcity of water resources. It is counting on innovation management to alleviate the situation. In that context, there is a need for a managerial framework for this subject. Therefore, the aim of the current study is to build up an innovative managerial model. To establish this model, we applied a convergent, parallel, mixed-methods design. The study participants (n = 42) consisted mostly of leaders and experts working for the main water institutions. We analysed the quantitative method via partial least squares structural equation modelling (PLS-SEM), a SmartPLS software. Qualitative method procedures were conducted starting from coding, categorising, obtaining themes, and lastly, the establishment of grounded theory. We obtained two rigid inputs (quantitative and qualitative models) for the last phase (mixed-methods analysis). The quantitative findings revealed a significant and robust relationship (t value = 26.6, p = 0.000, coefficient = 0.888, R2 = 0.788). The qualitative findings also produced a steady grounded theory. Both quantitative and qualitative models were crossed according to the ‘convergence coding matrix’ and ‘triangulation analysis protocol’. Ultimately, we built a holistic framework named ‘the UAE water innovation model’, consisting of 12 components (meta-themes). This model should be adopted as the main guide for innovation management and strategy in water public sector institutions. Globally, this model could be a significant contribution, and it would be applicable to any country in the world with the same arid environment as the UAE.
      PubDate: Wed, 22 Jun 2022 03:15:45 +000
       
 
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