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Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review
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  • Early warning indicators: An empirical investigation in Italian context
           and first implications for corporate governance
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      The aim of this paper is to map the exposure to the risk of financial distress and insolvency of Italian companies during 2019 by monitoring the five early warning indicators defined by the National Council of Chartered Accountants and Accounting Experts (CNDCEC) and approved by the Italian Ministry of Economic Development, in accordance with the provisions of the “Crisis and Insolvency Code” (IC-Code). The methodology used to conduct these investigations consists of comparing the average value of each early warning indicator for companies belonging to a specific commodity-related sector to the threshold value established for each sector, in order to capture signs of potential financial distress. The results of the analysis show that Italian limited liability companies (LLC) and joint-stock companies (JSC) (listed and unlisted) in 2019 did not show particularly worrying signs of financial distress and insolvency. The results of the survey are relevant to national regulators, managers, investors, lenders and, more generally, market participants as they shed light on the type of commodity-related sectors in which economic and financial difficulties are more likely to occur. Moreover, the continuous monitoring process of the early warning indicators' average values can provide valuable support to the CNDCEC to verify whether and how to modify/refine their thresholds, thus improving their ability to report foreseeable states of financial distress.

      Keywords: Early Warning Indicators, Financial Distress, Insolvency, Corporate Governance

      Authors' individual contribution: The Author is responsible for all the contributions to the paper according to CRediT (Contributor Roles Taxonomy) standards.

      Declaration of conflicting interests: The Author declares that there is no conflict of interest.

      JEL Classification: G3, K2, M4

      Received: 13.09.2021
      Accepted: 09.10.2021
      Published online: 11.10.2021

      How to cite this paper: Casciello, R. (2021). Early warning indicators: An empirical investigation in Italian context and first implications for corporate governance. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(2), 56–65. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i2p5

      2021-10-11T08:22:33Z
       
  • Digital opportunities in the healthcare enterprises during COVID-19: An
           empirical analysis of the developing country
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      Abstract

      The health sector in Bangladesh is yet to develop and provide universal healthcare services. The aim of this study is to investigate whether the applicability of digitization especially medical robots and blockchain technology can help to improve healthcare enterprises in Bangladesh during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The findings indicate that Bangladesh healthcare enterprises are in a vulnerable situation because of unethical work practices of health workers, the need for medical robots, artificial intelligence, and blockchain technology to improve healthcare management. The study suggests that large investment, pro-patient care, corruption-free and ethical services in the healthcare management and service delivery is required, through joint collaboration with the public and the private sectors and also collaborative effort from the foreign sectors to implement the fourth industrial revolution in healthcare enterprises of the country.

      Keywords: Digitization, Medical Robots, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain Technology, Healthcare Enterprises, Organizational Behavior, Health and Economic Development, Management of Technological Innovation and R&D

      Authors' individual contribution: The Author is responsible for all the contributions to the paper according to CRediT (Contributor Roles Taxonomy) standards.

      Declaration of conflicting interests: The Author declares that there is no conflict of interest.

      JEL Classification: I15, O32

      Received: 23.07.2021
      Accepted: 17.09.2021
      Published online: 21.09.2021

      How to cite this paper: Ali, M. M. (2021). Digital opportunities in the healthcare enterprises during COVID-19: An empirical analysis of the developing country. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(2), 44–55. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i2p4

      2021-09-21T13:18:11Z
       
  • Impact of corporate governance on financial performance: The case of
           listed warehouse transportation firms in emerging economy
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      Abstract

      Corporate governance structures are expected to help a firm have better financial performance through giving proper decision-making (Shivani, Jain, & Yadav, 2017). In recent years, along with the completing process of the business environment, the corporate governance framework in Vietnam has also been gradually built and implemented. However, corporate governance in Vietnam still has some limitations. This study is conducted to investigate the impact level of corporate governance on the financial performance of warehouse transportation firms listed on the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) of Vietnam. We employ both qualitative and quantitative methods for processing data collected from twenty-two listed firms. The results reveal that determinant of corporate governance including the nationality of the board (NB), board composition (BC) has a negative relationship with financial performance; the remaining determinants, such as board size (BS), professional qualifications of the board (BE), the proportion of women (PW), the average age of the board (AA), general director concurrently of the board chairman (PO), do not influence financial performance. However, this impact level changes when we put some controlled variables in the model. In addition, the controlled variable of enterprise continuous uptime (COT) also has a negative impact on financial performance. Based on the findings, some recommendations are proposed relating to corporate governance for enhancing the financial performance of listed warehouse transportation firms in Vietnam.

      Keywords: Corporate Governance, Financial Performance, Warehouse Transportation Firms, Finance

      Authors' individual contribution: Conceptualization — D.T.D.; Methodology — T.T.H.P.; Resources — B.M.T.; Writing — Review & Editing — M.D.T.; Visualization — D.T.D.; Funding Acquisition — M.D.T.

      Declaration of conflicting interests: The Authors declare that there is no conflict of interest.

      JEL Classification: G30, M41, L25

      Received: 17.06.2021
      Accepted: 10.09.2021
      Published online: 13.09.2021

      How to cite this paper: Do, D. T., Pham, T. T. H., Tran, B. M., & Tran, M. D. (2021). Impact of corporate governance on financial performance: The case of listed warehouse transportation firms in emerging economy. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(2), 32–43. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i2p3

      2021-09-13T13:23:58Z
       
  • Profitability analysis with the fuzzy logic: A hospital example
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      Abstract

      Implementation of the fuzzy logic is a modern approach for cost-volume-profit analysis and decision-making process under risk and uncertainty (Yuan, 2009). The implementation of the fuzzy logic approach especially makes sense for profit or loss estimations in developing countries, where uncertainties and risks are often observed (Roztocki & Weistroffer, 2005). This study aimed to estimate the profit or loss of indirect Coombs blood test, which is among the 100 blood tests run by the laboratory department of a healthcare organization located in Istanbul, Turkey, that started operations in 2018. Another purpose of the research was to compare the profit or loss estimated by fuzzy logic with the actual values. Research questions of the study were: 1) Can fuzzy logic be used in the health sector's profitability estimates? 2) What is the estimated success rate of fuzzy logic in the case of uncertainty and complexity? 3) If the fuzzy logic can be used in the health sector's profit forecasts, how close are the estimated profit sums achieved by the fuzzy logic to the actual profit sums? Based on the findings of the study, profit estimated by the fuzzy logic is in a close range to actual values with a low error rate.

      Keywords: Accounting, Finance, Fuzzy Logic, Profitability, Health Sector, Estimation

      Authors' individual contribution: Conceptualization — T.A.; Methodology — T.A.; Software — T.A.; Writing — Original Draft — T.A.; Investigation — C.K. and E.Y.; Writing — Review & Editing — C.K.; Project Administration — E.Y.; Supervision — E.Y.

      Declaration of conflicting interests: The Authors declare that there is no conflict of interest.

      Acknowledgements: No financial interest or benefit has arisen from the direct applications of this research. All parties related to this manuscript have been informed of their inclusion and approve of this.

      JEL Classification: C13, C60, I00, M40, M41

      Received: 13.02.2021
      Accepted: 06.09.2021
      Published online: 09.09.2021

      How to cite this paper: Aslan, T., Kizil, C., & Yilmaz, E. (2021). Profitability analysis with the fuzzy logic: A hospital example. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(2), 17–31. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i2p2

      2021-09-09T13:47:35Z
       
  • Impact of board gender diversity on the financial performance of the
           manufacturing and service companies listed on the Amman Stock Exchange
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      This study seeks to explore the significance of board gender diversity and its impact on the financial performance of the manufacturing and service companies listed on the Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) between 2013–2018. Prior studies have determined several benefits of female presence in the boardroom. However, gender diversity's impact on financial performance is still unclear due to the mixed findings regarding this relation. In addition, studies about gender diversity roles in Jordanian companies' performance are missing in the literature. Hence, in order to fill this gap, data from the listed companies was extracted from the ASE website with a total sample of 1088 companies as follows: 294 manufacturing companies (27%) and 794 service companies (73%). The results showed more males (96.2%) than females (3.8%) on the board of directors among the listed manufacturing and service companies. The manufacturing and service companies reported a mean Tobin's Q value of 1.044 (SD = 2.164) and 1.304 (SD = 3.554), respectively. Results show that the linear regression shows that board gender diversity has a statistically significant impact on Tobin's Q (p = 0.043) and ROA (p = 0.062). Therefore, there is a need for both the manufacturing and service companies to consider increasing the number of female members on the board for better financial performance.

      Keywords: Board of Directors, Gender Diversity, Firm Performance

      Authors' individual contribution: Conceptualization — S.A. and M.A.; Methodology — S.A. and M.A.; Software — S.A.; Validation — S.A.; Formal Analysis — S.A.; Investigation — A.A. and M.A.; Resources — A.A.; Data Curation — S.A.; Writing — Original Draft — M.A.; Writing — Review & Editing — M.A.; Visualization — M.A.; Supervision — S.A.; Project Administration — S.A.

      Declaration of conflicting interests: The Authors declare that there is no conflict of interest.

      JEL Classification: J16, M41, G34

      Received: 04.06.2021
      Accepted: 03.09.2021
      Published online: 06.09.2021

      How to cite this paper: Abbadi, S., Abuaddous, M., & Alwashah, A. (2021). Impact of board gender diversity on the financial performance of the manufacturing and service companies listed on the Amman Stock Exchange. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(2), 8–16. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i2p1

      2021-09-06T12:43:00Z
       
  • Editorial: Insights into the future blended learning and corporate
           governance research in a COVID-19 world
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      This issue of the journal Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review was published on August 10, 2021.

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      How to cite: Helfaya, A. (2021). Editorial: Insights into the future blended learning and corporate governance research in a COVID-19 world. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(1), 4–6. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i1editorial

      2021-08-10T10:03:08Z
       
  • Theory A, Theory B and Theory C of managing people at work
    • Abstract

      Managing people and productivity are prime concerns of modern business organizations. Many empirical studies were conducted during the era of scientific management (Taylor, 1911) to investigate What and How? McGregor's (1960) epic theory — Theory X and Theory Y, categorizing all employees into two groups and prescribing methods to motivate and control them was the best. However, his findings also suffered strong criticisms, creating research gaps. The objective of this study was to investigate further and to conclude that there are three major groups named Theory A, Theory B, and Theory C. Amongst them, a middle group — Theory B is most dominant, having all capabilities to significantly influence productivity and prosperity of organizations. The methodology used was qualitative, based upon intensive and critical shop-floor observations. Since this study was not empirical, it had many limitations requiring further researches. Therefore, rightly recommended that future studies should correlate the impact of technological advancements upon motivations and productivity of the modern business organization (Veitch, 2018).

      Keywords: Motivation, Productivity, Theory X, Theory Y, Theory A, Theory B, Theory C

      Authors' individual contribution: The Author is responsible for all the contributions to the paper according to CRediT (Contributor Roles Taxonomy) standards.

      Declaration of conflicting interests: The Author declares that there is no conflict of interest.

      JEL Classification: D23, J81, M12

      Received: 05.05.2021
      Accepted: 30.07.2021
      Published online: 03.08.2021

      How to cite this paper: Singh, B. N. (2021). Theory A, Theory B and Theory C of managing people at work. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(1), 69-75. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i1p7

      2021-08-03T12:57:41Z
       
  • Board dynamics and decision-making in turbulent times
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      The board of directors' role is evolving and becoming more important in the wake of corporate scandals resulting in the collapse of large corporations and losses to shareholders. Poor governance can lead to wrong decision-making, which might destroy organizations, particularly during times of environmental turbulence. The 2008 Global Financial Crises followed by the 2011 Arab Spring throughout the MENA region and then the 2019 pandemic situation are few of many factors that created a turbulent economic and political environment for organizations, highlighting the importance of excellent decision-making skills. However, there is limited research on boards' decision-making during difficult times in the MENA region. The authors interviewed 26 board members of 21 companies operated under duress to examine the effects on boardroom level decision making of the magnified levels of duress and stress experienced during turbulent times. Key findings from the research include trends in emotional responses in relation to decision-making, changes in the decision-making process after crises, leadership positions, and board behavior. The authors recommend that boards incorporate diversity training and awareness into all levels of their decision-making process and to the board members' selection process. Future research should expand to different regions and industries and examine the effects of board members' personal traits and backgrounds on their quality of choices and decision-making.

      Keywords: Corporate Governance, Group Decision-Making, Group Behavior, Group Dynamics, Conflict, Social Intelligence, Strategic Choices, Corporate Culture

      Authors' individual contribution: Conceptualization — H.E.B.; Methodology — H.E.B. and S.A.; Validation — H.E.B. and S.A.; Writing — Original Draft — H.E.B. and S.A.; Writing — Review & Editing — H.E.B. and S.A.; Visualization — H.E.B. and S.A.; Supervision — H.E.B. and S.A.; Project Administration — H.E.B. and S.A.

      Declaration of conflicting interests: The Authors declare that there is no conflict of interest.

      JEL Classification: G34, D74, M14

      Received: 20.04.2021
      Accepted: 01.07.2021
      Published online: 02.07.2021

      How to cite this paper: El Beshlawy, H., & Ardroumli, S. (2021). Board dynamics and decision-making in turbulent times. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(1), 57-68. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i1p6

      2021-07-02T12:00:47Z
       
  • International purview of poverty control in the new emerging economy
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      Poverty is a socio-economic problem in Bangladesh which is an emerging economy. The research question of the study is “What are the ways of poverty drop in Bangladesh from the regulation of international political economy and development perspective and how governance of the country can reduce poverty?”. The time period of the research work is from August 2020 to December 2020. The study estimates the multiple regression equation. The study found that life expectancy and crude birth rate per 1000 are significant at a 5% level of significance against per capita GDP. Rising per capita GDP is the chief indicator of poverty reduction in the study, and the export earnings have been found to have a prominent role in rising per capita GDP indicating the needs for a stronger global partnership (SDG-17) alongside a strong local collaboration to achieve poverty reduction and become a middle-income country as per the Government's Vision 2021. The study has observed that Bangladesh is gradually decreasing poverty over the time period, along with rising per capita income for which stable government regulation to drive poverty is needed so that LDC graduation in 2026 can be feasible.

      Keywords: Poverty, Per Capita GDP, Export Earnings, Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), Middle-Income Country, Government Policy and Regulation, International Political Economy and Development

      Authors' individual contribution: Conceptualization — N.M.A. and W.W.; Methodology — N.M.A.; Validation — W.W.; Formal Analysis — N.M.A.; Investigation — N.M.A.; Resources — N.M.A.; Data Curation — N.M.A.; Writing — Original Draft — N.M.A.; Writing — Review & Editing — W.W.; Visualization — N.M.A.; Supervision — W.W.; Project Administration — N.M.A.; Funding Acquisition — N.M.A.

      Declaration of conflicting interests: The Authors declare that there is no conflict of interest.

      JEL Classification: G28, F54, O10, I32, J11

      Received: 19.01.2021
      Accepted: 28.05.2021
      Published online: 01.06.2021

      How to cite this paper: Ali, N. M., & Wanasilp, W. (2021). International purview of poverty control in the new emerging economy. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(1), 46-56. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i1p5

      2021-06-01T13:32:16Z
       
  • Operational risk management in the postal sector: A case study of a
           developing country
    • Abstract

      The Tunisian Post is a multi-business organization and operates in a changing environment; it faces risks, internal or external. The Tunisian Post has taken a step in this new area of expertise, which is reflected in the establishment of an Operational Risk Management Unit. The main purpose of this article is to present the first experience of the Tunisian Post in this area of expertise. A survey was conducted by the risk management unit (RMU) on a sample of 65 postal offices in the period between 2015 and 2017. The survey covers almost all of the Tunisian territory. A database containing all the probable risks was sent to the post managers at the regional level to give their assessment in terms of frequency and impact of each type of risk on their structures. More than 40 executives and employees at the regional and central levels participated in the brainstorming for the development of recommendations and the establishment of a road map. The results showed that the risks related to IT risks are more frequent and critical, which can deter the quality of the services at the regional level. Despite the increasing attention to risk management in the public sector, more research is required, especially in the postal sector. Operational risk management is the unrevealed black box (Bracci, Tallaki, Gobbo, & Papi, 2021). So, this paper presents a practical and professional manner to analyze better the entities' function at the regional level.

      Keywords: Postal Sector, Risk Management, Risk Map, Survey, Road Map

      Authors' individual contribution: The Author is responsible for all the contributions to the paper according to CRediT (Contributor Roles Taxonomy) standards.

      Declaration of conflicting interests: The Author declares that there is no conflict of interest.

      Acknowledgements: The paper has also greatly benefited from the great support of the operational risk unit chief and all the staff of different postal departments. We are solely responsible for all remaining errors and omissions.

      JEL Classification: G3, L10, L87, C83

      Received: 17.10.2020
      Accepted: 15.03.2021
      Published online: 17.03.2021

      How to cite this paper: Trabelsi, R. (2021). Operational risk management in the postal sector: A case study of a developing country. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(1), 37-45. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i1p4

      2021-03-17T13:11:20Z
       
  • Human resource reporting: Implications for corporate governance
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      The major research question of this study is how boards of directors can monitor human resource reporting, especially with emerging reporting requirements from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for all domestic and foreign public companies listed on U.S. stock exchanges. Boards can develop advising and monitoring practices to help their companies meet the SEC's human capital reporting requirements, as shown by the following topics discussed and analyzed in this paper: criticisms of the modernization of Regulation S-K by using principle-based versus rules-based disclosures; a way forward on the modernization of Regulation S-K; sustainability accounting standards; human resource accounting; board responsibility for white-collar crime risk; and collegiality conundrums. We find that a possible way forward in modernizing human capital reporting would be to combine a rules-based approach with a principles-based approach. We recommend boards to closely follow the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals and create opportunities to steer their companies towards a sustainable future. We also research the newly developed accounting standards to address human resource risks and promote sustainable human capital reporting. In addition, we identify the strategies for boards to monitor the risk of white-collar crime and highlight the balance between collegiality and effectiveness in the boardroom. Future research could use case studies and interviews of company boards to investigate how they have developed strategies and procedures to facilitate human resource management and reporting.

      Keywords: Human Capital, Human Resource Reporting, Board Practices, Corporate Governance

      Authors' individual contribution: Conceptualization – H.G.; Methodology – H.G. and T.X.; Resources – M.C.; Writing – Original Draft – H.G.; Writing – Review & Editing – M.C. and T.X.; Visualization – T.X.; Funding Acquisition – M.C.

      Declaration of conflicting interests: The Authors declare that there is no conflict of interest.

      JEL Classification: G3, G30

      Received: 23.10.2020
      Accepted: 05.03.2021
      Published online: 09.03.2021

      How to cite this paper: Grove, H., Clouse, M., & Xu, T. (2021). Human resource reporting: Implications for corporate governance. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(1), 26-36. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i1p3

      2021-03-09T14:46:47Z
       
  • Principal-principal conflicts leading to activism of a large
           government-owned investor in Brazil
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      This article analyzes conflicts between principals that led to activism by one large Brazilian government-owned investor as a minority shareholder and verifies the antecedents, means employed, apparent motivations, and effectiveness of its reactions (Goranova & Ryan, 2014). It examines the cases of three large high ownership concentration listed companies using solely public sources. Poor performance was a frequent conflict antecedent. No evident trade-off between activism and corporate governance (CG) practices emerged. High ownership concentration influenced the way the investor reacted and its success because opposition through internal CG mechanisms was usually not successful and led to legal proceedings. The limitations of the regulatory framework became evident from the mixed outcomes of these proceedings. The investor was not exclusively financially motivated and it occasionally opposed the interests of other minority shareholders to follow government policy. These findings illustrated how high ownership concentration rendered difficult the mitigation of principal-principal conflicts even for a large government-owned investor and help explain the failure of previous econometric studies to relate activism, quality of CG practices and performance (Young, Peng, Ahlstrom, Bruton, & Jiang, 2008).

      Keywords: Principal-Principal Conflicts, Shareholder Activism, Institutional Investors, Emerging Markets, Brazil

      Authors' individual contribution: Conceptualization – R.L.; Methodology – R.L. and B.E.D.; Investigation – B.E.D.; Formal Analysis – B.E.D.; Writing – R.L. and B.E.D.; Supervision – B.E.D.

      Declaration of conflicting interests: The Authors declare that there is no conflict of interest.

      JEL Classification: G32, G34

      Received: 15.11.2020
      Accepted: 15.01.2021
      Published online: 20.01.2021

      How to cite this paper: Duarte, B. E., & Leal, R. P. C. (2021). Principal-principal conflicts leading to activism of a large government-owned investor in Brazil. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(1), 15-25. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i1p2

      2021-01-20T12:44:49Z
       
  • Future learning mode under post-COVID-19: Innovations, transformations,
           engagement
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      A blended learning culture is both a challenge and opportunity under post-COVID-19 for knowledge transfer and sustainable development, with the aim of maintaining social distancing policy and social interaction among learners, teachers, and invited industry guest speakers. In this paper, we review documents in blended learning from Asia, America, and Europe with the key elements in blended learning for faculty development in higher education (HE) institutions. The objective was to identify the key elements in blended learning with innovations and research technology capabilities for a way normal of learning and teaching under COVID-19. Based on the qualitative results of NVivo, it has been identified that the key elements of blended learning are: 1) technology for projects and 2) technology for engagement. These two elements are proposed to relate to Kolb's experiential learning cycle of active experiment and concrete experience and reflective observation of the new learning experience for sustainable development.

      Keywords: Technology, Project, Engagement, Reflection, Sustainable Development

      Authors' individual contribution: The Author is responsible for all the contributions to the paper according to CRediT (Contributor Roles Taxonomy) standards.

      Declaration of conflicting interests: The Author declares that there is no conflict of interest.

      JEL Classification: L20, D24, Q56

      Received: 26.08.2020
      Accepted: 11.01.2021
      Published online: 15.01.2021

      How to cite this paper: Yeung, S. M. C. (2021). Future learning mode under post-COVID-19: Innovations, transformations, engagement. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 5(1), 8-14. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv5i1p1

      2021-01-15T13:58:55Z
       
  • Editorial: A multidisciplinary insight into the organizational behavior
           research
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      This issue of the journal "Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review" was published on January 5, 2021.

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      How to cite: Corvino, A. (2020). Editorial: A multidisciplinary insight into the organizational behavior research. Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, 4(2), 4-6. https://doi.org/10.22495/cgobrv4i2editorial

      2021-01-05T09:25:09Z
       
 
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