New issue of Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review
The editorial team is pleased to announce that the new issue of the journal Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review (Volume 4, Issue 2) has been released. The papers published in this issue deal with different aspects of corporate governance such as passive investors, public-private partnerships, human resource management, employment relations, United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG), financial leverage, shareholders’ return, financial performance, public policy, etc.
Specifically, the key research question of the paper by Hugh Grove, Maclyn Clouse, and Thomas King is to analyse the major implications for corporate governance from the emergence and perspective of passive investors. In more detail, such implications might stimulate the current body of knowledge in the corporate governance research field by moving forward both the theoretical and practical perspectives through delivering value to the previous studies.
Moses Onyoin studies the growing diffusion of public-private partnership (PPP) in public service provision. The Author investigates the possible implications of the PPP modality on human resource management (HRM) practice at the organizational level. Thirteen critical propositions are delineated from interpretively intersecting extant knowledge from PPP and HRM strands of literature.
The research made by Shirley Mo Ching Yeung aims to explore the key elements of the new normal of happiness from the perspective of new job creation for the community, including women and youth community via implementing UNPRME principles and United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs).
Lateef Oyinloye, Temitayo O. Olaniyan, and Bamidele O. Agbadua in their paper examine the relationship between leverage and shareholder returns, drawing upon Modigliani and Miller’s seminal contribution. They conduct a quantitative study on a sample consisting of eighteen Nigerian insurance firms and covering the time range 2008-2017.
Fred Amonya continues the analysis on PPP in the final paper in this issue. The perimeter is circumscribed to the African context. The Author carries out an interesting qualitative study centered on the description of a fruitful case study from which two policy lens emerge.
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We hope that reading this issue will be pleasant and informative for you!