Flourishing organizational innovation through psychological capital and organizational culture: An empirical examination
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by Aastha Tripathi, Swati Dhir
1w ago
The present study intends to investigate the relative significance of psychological capital (Psycap) and organizational culture in predicting organizational innovation (OI). Using social cognitive and conservation of resources theories, the present research was undertaken with a sample of 527 managerial executives employed by diverse Indian firms. Self-reporting questionnaires were distributed to respondents using the method of purposive sampling. To evaluate the structured model, a dominance analysis and partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) were conducted. The analysis ..read more
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Mobility in a globalised world: How countries regulate mobility with passports and visas
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by A. K. M. Ahsan Ullah, Diotima Chattoraj, Arju Afrin Kathy
1w ago
Citizenship has a significant impact on migrants' freedom to travel. While citizens of the Global North can travel without major problems, citizens of the Global South have to queue at consulates to obtain a visa before they can travel. They may have to wait in long queues at the border or at the airport, where they may be subjected to unpleasant interrogations. The aim of this article is to uncover how a passport becomes powerful or weak depending on the country that issues it, and what impact this has on the (geographical and professional) mobility of passport holders. We explore why some co ..read more
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Megaprojects from the lens of business and management studies: A systematic literature review
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by Dario Cottafava, Laura Corazza, Zahra Shams Esfandabadi, Daniel Torchia
1w ago
Megaprojects serve as the foundation of societal progress, providing essential infrastructure for a country's development and meeting its societal needs. There is a growing interest within the academic community to untangle the complex nature of megaprojects. This study conducts a comprehensive systematic literature review on megaprojects from the perspective of business, management, and accounting studies to provide a general map of the research conducted in this field and to highlight gaps for future research. The findings reveal thematic areas, including (i) sustainable development and deci ..read more
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Politics, institutional corruption, and their impact on sustainable development: Perspectives from university students in Peru
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by Óscar Manuel Vela‐Miranda, Alberto Remaycuna‐Vasquez, Danae de Lourdes Talledo‐Sebedón, Brunella Orlandini‐Valle, Natividad Marina Espíritu Salinas, Nicolás Valle‐Palomino
1w ago
This research study's principal objective is to explain the relationship between corruption and political attitudes regarding sustainable development, also from the perspective of Peruvian students. The sample consisted of 616 university students who were from the cities of Lima and Piura. They responded to two instruments: The Attitude Scale Toward Politics and the Attitude Scale Toward Corruption. Among the most representative results, it was found that institutional corruption has a highly significant and direct relationship with political attitudes from the perspective of university studen ..read more
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Workplace gratitude studies: Review and future agenda using bibliometric analysis
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by Naval Garg, B. K. Punia
2w ago
The present study reviewed gratitude at work articles published in Scopus database using bibliometric analysis to examine growth in gratitude at work publications and citations, most cited publications, most influential authors, articles, publishers, universities and countries. The extracted data were analysed and visualised with the help of two analytical tools, that is, the Scopus analysis and VOSviewer (version 1.6.16). It identified 273 publications referring to gratitude at work in title, abstract, or keywords. The keyword co-occurrence highlighted four major clusters of workplace gratitu ..read more
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Investigating the compliance behavior of GST taxpayers: An extension to theory of planned behavior
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by Shubham Garg, Karam Pal Narwal, Sanjeev Kumar
2w ago
The government around the globe are striving to improve their public finance to meet their public expenditures and for sustainable development of their economies. However, the capability of the governments to generate adequate revenue is limited and refrained by numerous factors. The non-compliance behavior of GST taxpayers is one of the major factors attributed to this phenomenon. Therefore, this paper endeavors to frame and validate a comprehensive instrumental scale with the application of the extended Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) for analyzing the determinants of compliance behavior of ..read more
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The effects of auditing and reporting standards and country‐level governance on money laundering: A cross‐country analysis
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by Mouna Baccouri, Dorra Talbi, Asma Hakimi
2w ago
This study explores how strength auditing and reporting standards (SARS) and country-level governance interplay to reduce money laundering. The empirical study is based on a panel dataset of 109 countries, over the period 2012–2019. To test our hypotheses, relevant statistical techniques are used to enhance the robustness of the models. The empirical results reveal that the interaction between SARS and country-level governance affect significantly and negatively money laundering. Additionally, through dynamic analysis we found that SARS and country-level governance affect jointly Money launder ..read more
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Modelling the asymmetric impact of economic growth and poverty on gender inequality: Evidence from India using nonlinear ARDL analysis
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by Inayat Ullah Wani, Shaukat Haseen, Ishfaq Nazir Khanday
2w ago
The study is based on the premise that economic growth (henceforth EG) and poverty impact men and women differently. As a result, shocks to these variables cannot be expected to have a symmetric impact on gender inequality (henceforth GI). Rather, positive and negative shocks in poverty and EG impact men and women asymmetrically which necessitates the study of their relationship using an asymmetric rather than a symmetric approach. This study is the first to utilise nonlinear autoregressive distributed lag (NARDL) analysis and asymmetric cumulative dynamic multipliers to investigate the asymme ..read more
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Public sector leadership in leadership scholarship: A systematic literature review
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by Ed Dandalt
1M ago
Abstract This paper provides a systematic review of some of the research streams characterizing the body of leadership literature on public sector leadership as informed by traditional leadership journals. It notes that the public sector is extensively studied by leadership scholars. Among the research streams found in that scholarship are administrative leadership, political leadership, and reforms/innovations. It also proposes directions for future research ..read more
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Correction to: “The effect of COVID‐19 pandemic on global stock markets: Return, volatility, and bad state probability dynamics”
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Journal of Public Affairs, Volume 24, Issue 3, August 2024 ..read more
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