New issue of the Corporate & Business Strategy Review journal

The editorial team of Virtus Interpress is happy to release a new issue of the journal Corporate & Business Strategy Review. We hope this issue will enable the readers to outline the new and most challenging issues of research in corporate governance and business strategies.

The papers published in this issue provide a deep analysis of such crucial issues as corporate governance, business strategies, third-party funds, non-performing loans, banking credit distribution, Islamic banks, financial reporting, integrated reporting, firm value, earnings quality, accounting standards, accounting information, risk governance, financial stability, firm’s image, firms’ performance, volatility spillover, cryptocurrency, stock market, bitcoin, financial resources, CEO characteristics, mergers and acquisitions, information and market efficiency, financial crises, market disadvantages and opportunities, market competition, sustainable entrepreneurship, internationalization, project leadership, transformational leadership, top management, talent management, innovation, e-commerce, digital transformation, e-governance, operating expenses, strategic agility, organizational excellence, emotional intelligence, competitive intelligence, employees’ corporate social responsibility, etc.

The full issue of the journal is available at the following link .

Muhammad Saleh, Muhammad Wildan, and Gemuh Surya Wahyudi deal with the regulation of intergovernmental disputes in the aviation industry.

Sultana Fayez Alhaqbani and Nadia Abdelhamid Abdelmegeed Abdelwahed explore the enablers of the successful implementation of technological innovation in Saudi Arabian higher education.

Suyanto Suyanto, Sri Lestari Prasilowati, Julia Safitri, and Jayadi Jayadi investigate the influence of capital adequacy ratio, non-performing loans, loan to deposit ratio on the level of credit distribution at commercial banks in Indonesia.

Aiman Mahmoud Abu Hamour, Mousa Mohammad Abdullah Saleh, Khawla Kassed Abdo, Alq’aqa’a Khalaf Ali Alzu’bi, Esra Ali Alnsour, and Abdullah Mahmoud Yousef Jwaifel analyze the relationship between financial reporting quality and earnings quality in Jordanian industrial companies.

David Umoru, Malachy Ashywel Ugbaka, Francis Abul Uyang, Anake Fidelis Atseye, Atelhe George Atelhe, Cletus Ekok Omono, Scholastica Ashibebonye Abuh-Amasi, Emmanuel Richard Awubi, Ewere Florence Okungbowa, Chukwuedo Susan Oburota, Lawrence Uvie Egbadju, Williams Eromosele Isesele, and Bashiru Adamu Braimah study the volatility spillovers across bitcoin, stock market, and exchange rates markets.

Mohammad Abdalkarim Alzuod aims to evaluate the impact of talent management on innovation in Jordanian pharmaceutical companies.

Sutrisno, Heri Prabowo, Ira Setiawati, and Fithri Widyanita Yarisma examine technological, organizational and environmental factors on e-commerce adoption and the impact of e-commerce adoption on the performance and competitive advantage of SMEs in the era of the COVID-19.

Dipendra Karki, Rewan Kumar Dahal, and Ganesh Bhattarai present rational and irrational influences on individual investors’ investing decisions in the Nepalese stock market.

Nicholas D. Belesis, Christos G. Kampouris, and Andreas E. Fousteris aim to measure the operating expenses (OPEX) incurred by tankers and bulk carriers (bulkers), which are widely utilized vessels within the maritime sector, over the period from 2018 to 2021.

Zakaryae Mahmoudi and Imane Najim assess perceptions and expectations and identify levers for improving the quality of distance learning in order to achieve the desired performance.

Akram Salim Hasan Al-Janabi, Alaa Abdulkareem Ghaleb Almado, Hussam Ali Mhaibes, and Hakeem Hammood Flayyih aim to build a model that revolves around the main question of the role of strategic agility in enhancing organizational excellence.

Thi Mai Huong Doan, Thi Thuy Quynh Nguyen, Quang Bach Tran, Thi Thao Vu, Thi Minh Phuong Nguyen, and Trong Xuan Nguyen deal with the question of how the emotional intelligence of managers affects transformational leadership styles in North Central Vietnamese enterprises.

Mohammed Saleem Alatawi, Zaidi Mat Daud, and Jalila Johari review the existing literature regarding integrated reporting, focusing on theories, factors influencing it and its outcomes, and the methodologies adopted.

Georgios Kyriazopoulos estimates the relationship between the reduction of systematic risk and mergers and acquisitions only in the Greek banking system.

Denada Liça and Silvana Gashi focus on the specific case of Albanian firms operating in the fashion industry and examine the significance of the “Made in Albania” label in their internationalization endeavors.

Tshilidzi Eric Nenzhelele approaches to test and validate an empirical competitive intelligence quality assurance model, which will aid in the quality assurance of competitive intelligence.

Tuqa Abdalnafie Taha, Salsabila Aisyah Alfaiza, Mohammed Ghanim Ahmed, and Hosam Alden Riyadh aim to provide a framework on the subject of the direct impact of the opportunities and disadvantages market on sustainable entrepreneurship.

Ahmed Eid Mohamed Ghareeb seeks to explore the significance of the application of Six Sigma on companies’ capacity planning to raise production efficiency by reducing defects and maximizing profits.

Bouchaib Marnouch and Abdelbari El Khamlichi apply the preferred reporting items for systematic reviews and meta-analyses (PRISMA) method to identify and collect all studies that have addressed the impact of risk governance on the financial stability of Islamic banks.

Kenneth Lucto Armas and Joannie Aglubat Galano address the economic significance of public spaces in the Philippines and aim to contribute to the development of a comprehensive urban management plan.

Mohamed Mahmoud Bshayreh, Hamza Kamel Qawqzeh, Ibrahem Abdalla Ahmad Al-Momany, Mousa Mohammad Abdullah Saleh, and Kholoud Daifallah Hmoud Al Qallap examine the effect of balanced scorecard perspectives (financial, customer, internal business process, and learning and growth) on banks’ performance.

Finally, Papon Moolngearn and Tanpat Kraiwanit conduct a qualitative study to study the steps to becoming a smart city in Thailand as well as the challenges in the urgent development of smart cities.

We hope that this issue of the journal will serve as an illuminating resource, providing important perspectives and strategies to tackle both current and forthcoming obstacles in the rigorous arena of corporate governance and regulation.