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International Journal of Business and Management
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ISSN (Print) 1833-3850 - ISSN (Online) 1833-8119
Published by CCSE Homepage  [43 journals]
  • Reviewer Acknowledgements for International Journal of Business and
           Management, Vol. 17 No. 12

    • Abstract: Reviewer Acknowledgements for International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 17 No. 12
      PubDate: Wed, 30 Nov 2022 00:23:52 +000
       
  • Factors Influencing Live Streaming Continuance Watching Intention

    • Abstract: This study aims to explore the determinants of parasocial interaction (PSI) and the causal relationships between PSI and live streaming continuance watching intentions. Besides, we also examine the moderating effect of skepticism between PSI and live streaming continuance watching intentions. Out of 400 questionnaires distributed, 313 valid questionnaires were returned, yielding a valid response rate of 78.25 percent, and it tested the proposed hypotheses by using structural equation modeling (SEM).The results found that likeability, expertise, physical attractiveness and self-disclosure had significant positive effects on PSI. PSI significantly affected live streaming continuance watching intentions. Finally, skepticism played a moderating role between PSI and willingness to continue watching the live streaming. This study focused on the live streaming industry on YouTube; thus, caution is required in generalizing the findings. The current study not only aims to expand the scope of research on PSI but also to prompt researchers and organizations to consider effective communication strategies for online audiences to increase viewing rates.
      PubDate: Tue, 29 Nov 2022 09:29:07 +000
       
  • The Conditions of the Emergence of Innovation Ecosystems: A Panoramic View

    • Abstract: Based on a bibliographic study, this contribution explores the conditions of birth of innovation Ecosystems (IEs). The main purpose is to give an overview of the current thinking on the theme. The conceptual models drawn from the literature including the factors of birth of an ecosystem constitute the result of this paper work. The main ambition is the study of the possibility of setting up an IE with analysis of the existing situation. Thanks to an exploratory study, we were able to proof that an ecosystem community come into existence through both emergent and deliberate strategies. Three major phases characterize ecosystems arrival: knowledge ecosystem (KE), IE and business ecosystem (BE). During the birth phase, many factors are likely to enhance its advent, in particular: the diversity of ecosystem’s actors, the sharing of knowledge between members, the training for collaborative and inter-organizational skills and the establishment of a climate of trust within the community.
      PubDate: Thu, 17 Nov 2022 15:00:35 +000
       
  • Organizational Performance of a Public Higher Education Institution: An
           Analysis from the Perspective of Absorptive Capacity and Innovation

    • Abstract: This article aims to identify the perception of students of Administration and Accounting Sciences about Perceived Organizational Performance from the perspective of Absorptive Capacity and Innovation within the UFCG. To this end, a quantitative, exploratory-descriptive approach was used, using the survey technique, together with the students of the UFCG Administration and Accounting Science courses. Out of 362 students (172 in the Administration course and 190 in the Accounting Science course), a sample of 223 responses was obtained. For data collection, the model of Oliveira et al. was adapted (2018). The questionnaire was applied from September to November 2019. For the construct, a Likert scale from 1 to 5 points was used. Factor analysis was applied. The results indicate that the Perceived Organizational Performance of the UFCG exerts positive influences on both Perceived Absorptive Capacity and Innovation, unlike what was found in the study of Oliveira et al. (2018). The results found demonstrate that the Organizational Performance perceived by students within the UFCG may be positively impacted by Perceived Innovation and Absorptive Capacity, reflecting the institution's abilities to identify and acquire knowledge in the external environment, assimilate it, internalize it, transform it and apply it, resulting in valuable products and services as advocated by Cohen and Levinthal (1990), Zahra & George (2002).
      PubDate: Wed, 16 Nov 2022 01:25:26 +000
       
  • The Research on the Relationship between Consumption Downturn and
           COVID-19—Analysis of Survey Data from China

    • Abstract: Under the background of COVID-19’s prevalence, this study analyzes the impact of the severity of COVID-19 on household consumption in some regions of China from an economic perspective, and introduces three variables: household income, household economic stability and consumer confidence to explore its impact mechanism. Using an online questionnaire, the research team collected data (110 women and 100 men) from a sample of 210 heads of household (or family members with a good understanding of household consumption) to analyze this problem.The results show that the higher the severity of COVID-19, the greater the reduction in household consumption. In addition, we also found that household economic stability and consumer confidence play a negative moderation role in the impact of the severity of COVID-19 on household consumption, that is, the higher the household economic stability and consumer confidence, the weaker the impact of the severity of the epidemic on household consumption.
      PubDate: Sun, 13 Nov 2022 15:08:32 +000
       
  • Effect of Transformational Leadership on Job Satisfaction, Innovative
           Behavior, and Work Performance: A Conceptual Review

    • Abstract: This study reviews how transformational leadership is applied around the world. It seeks to establish the style and behavior of leaders under the age of 30 years so that private and public sectors can prepare such leaders in their organizations. Transformational leadership encourages employees to achieve goals that improve their work performance. It focuses on changing employees’ attitude toward work, enabling them to cope the pressure in the workplace, and encouraging them to deliver. This study reviews and discusses the effects of transformational leadership on job satisfaction, innovative behavior, and work performance. To achieve the objectives, this study conducts an extensive review of the relevant literature. The results show that transformational leadership, as the primary variable, affects job satisfaction, innovative behavior, and work performance, the dependent variable. By influencing job satisfaction and innovative behavior, transformational leaders can influence work performance. The results also reveal that transformational leadership, job satisfaction, and innovative behavior independently impact work performance.
      PubDate: Sun, 13 Nov 2022 15:06:47 +000
       
  • Modeling the Customer’s Adaptive Behavior towards Accepting the
           Technological Change in E-Banking Services: The Moderation Role of Service
           Accessibility

    • Abstract: This study aimed to investigate the moderation role of technology accessibility (ACC) in the relationship between Performance expectancy (PE), Effort expectancy (EE), Social influence (SI), and Facilitating conditions (FC)as a predictor variables and behavioral intention (BI) to adapt with the technological change on the e-banking services.
      A sample of 545 users of e-banking services collected randomly from Sohag, Qina, Luxor, and Aswan cities in Egypt. The authors relied on (Goularte and Zilber 2019; Lichtenstein and Williamson 2006; Paim, Delafrooz, and Taleghani 2014) to measure the study variables. 
      The study findings referred to a significant relationsp between the customer’s adaptive behavior dimensions and accepting the technological change. Only the facilitating conditions –as one of these dimentions- have no effect on the adapting behavior. The findings ,also, supported the  moderating role of ACC in affecting the model interpretation for the customers' BI.
      This study aimed to integrate ACC as one of 4A’s e-banking with the UTAUT on users of e-banking services. The results of the study may help guide the banking mangers in Egypt for improving the level of e-services quality and the readiness to adopt the technological changes of their customers. 
       
      PubDate: Thu, 03 Nov 2022 13:15:59 +000
       
  • Factors Influencing Switching Behavior of Telecom Customers in Saudi
           Arabia

    • Abstract: Since the introduction of mobile number portability (MNP), customers of telecom service providers have been switching between service providers in high rate in Saudi Arabia. This imposed a challenge for telecom service providers to know the reasons of such phenomena and try to minimize it. In this research paper, we studied the variables that affect the customer's decision to stay with or switch current telecom service provider in Saudi Arabia. The analysis of data shows that the most significant variable is offers and prices.
      PubDate: Tue, 01 Nov 2022 14:47:34 +000
       
  • The Role of Intellectual Capital in the Healthcare Sector: The Case of the
           Local Health Units of Rome

    • Abstract: Healthcare Organizations can be identified as contexts that can be defined as highly “knowledge-intensive”, both because of the peculiar characteristics of the personnel working in them, who are highly specialized, and because of the quality of the services provided. When we talk about Intellectual Capital within the Public Administration, the health sector proves to be among the least investigated, with the consequent lack of a reference model for the presentation of variables and a clear awareness of the criticalities found in the representation of this concept in such complex organizations. For this reason, the following research focuses on the content analysis of the Corporate Acts of the six Roman Local Health Units (ASLs) to analyze the impact of Intellectual Capital on Organization performance, specifically by resorting to key indicators identified concerning the three dimensions of Intellectual Capital (relational-individual-internal). The study aims to propose insights on IC for all public settings, both health and non-health, to integrate better the Intellectual Capital employed and help stakeholders understand the topic better.
      PubDate: Tue, 01 Nov 2022 14:45:07 +000
       
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on Economic Growth in Asia:
           A Panel Data Analysis

    • Abstract: Information and communication technology (ICT) plays an increasingly important role in driving economic growth and sustainability. Asia, being the most heterogenous region in terms of ICT development, consist of both most connected and least connected countries based on the global ICT Development Index 2017. Therefore, this study investigates the impact of ICT on economic growth for 20 Asian countries from year 2000 to 2020. Using the robust panel Fixed Effect model and Panel Feasible Generalized Least Squares method, findings revealed that fixed telephone subscriptions, mobile cellular subscriptions and Internet users are the ICT variables that have significant and positive effects on economic growth in Asia. Fixed telephone subscriptions however, emerged insignificant which could be due to its high cost and low practicality relative to other forms of ICT. Findings from this study benefit related parties such as firms and policymakers by encouraging adoption and usage of mobile phones and the Internet through provision of adequate infrastructure and affordable ICT services.
      PubDate: Tue, 01 Nov 2022 14:42:57 +000
       
  • COVID-19 Induced Teleworking and Future Expectations: A Systematic Review

    • Abstract: COVID-19 pandemic crisis has brought extraordinary changes to almost all human activities. This unfamiliar situation has affected, among others, the working conditions, under which employees should keep doing their job while protecting themselves and preventing the coronavirus from spreading. As a result, working from home has been considered as a topic of high interest, and a number of empirical studies have been conducted aiming at investigating its impact on contemporary companies, organizations and their employees. The focus of this research is on the employee profile and type of organization, as well as on other factors and conditions that influence the adoption of teleworking policies. Therefore, the scope of the systematic review paper is to analyze and present the factors affecting COVID-19 induced teleworking, the perceived benefits and obstacles of this situation to employees and their firms, as well as the determinants that impact pandemic induced teleworking adjustment along with post COVID-19 intentions. The study proposes a conceptual framework where all the major parameters of firms’ and employees’ characteristics are combined with the main benefits and drawbacks of teleworking aiming at mapping the current and post COVID-19 working from home situation.
      PubDate: Tue, 01 Nov 2022 14:40:30 +000
       
 
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