New issue of the Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review journal
The editorial team of Virtus Interpress is pleased to introduce the new issue of the journal Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review, which is focused on corporate governance and accounting quality, and sustainability management.
The issue starts with the paper by Vishwa Hamendra Prasad, Vishal Deepak Sharma, Shabnam Sazma Bano, and Melvin Nitesh Chand who examine principle-based corporate governance (CG) and the economic performance of the Fijian economy. A comprehensive study of three public cooperations was undertaken.
Then, Mohyedin Hamza in his study aims at identifying the impact of consulting services in disclosing going concern in Jordanian commercial banks. To achieve the aim of this study, a questionnaire was developed and distributed to the study sample.
The paper by Meiryani, Mutiara Ericka Alya Abiyyah, Ang Swat Lin Lindawati, Dianka Wahyuningtias, and Tommy Andrian aims to determine the effect of electronic Samsat (e-Samsat), public service accountability, tax penalty, vehicle tax relief program, and moral obligation on taxpayer compliance in paying motor vehicle tax at the Samsat Office in Bekasi City (Indonesia).
The purpose of the research conducted by Yoga Pratama Nugroho, Doddy Setiawan, and Linda Kusumaning Wedari is to examine the effect of the audit committee with accounting and finance expertise on the earnings quality of manufacturing companies in Indonesia.
Khaled Aladwan, Munia Khalid Nayef Behno, and Raed Aladwan investigate service quality in the hospitality industry in Jordan aiming to determine whether accommodators are satisfied with the services of hotels. Their research also aimed to address if total quality management in the service industry is just as important as it is in the product-based industries.
The paper of Mentor Lecaj and Donat Rexha focuses on the research of indicators in chronological order, which calls for the conclusion of the AUKUS international legal agreement signed between Australia, Great Britain, and the United States and its impact on international developments.
Annetjie Van Staden, David J. Fourie, and Natasja Holtzhausen attempt to develop a framework to ensure accountability throughout public procurement. A comparison was conducted through a multiple case study. The study provides an understanding of the public procurement dynamics through its collaborative and hybrid nature.
The article by Mirlinda Batalli and Islam Pepaj analyses the right to judicial review of administrative acts and its impact on governance reforms as a result of the procedure conducted by a respective court.
The main aim of the next study by Ali Ismajli, Besime Ziberi, and Ardita Metushi is to analyse the impact of neuromarketing in the process of identifying the preferences and needs of consumers.
Mohammad Abdalkarim Alzuod and Laith Abdullah Alqhaiwi in their paper, examine crisis management among the commercial banks, during the COVID-19 pandemic and conduct an empirical examination of the relationship between strategic flexibility and crisis management.
Achmad Fathoni Rodli, Ratna Ekasari, Donny Arif, Gusti Adriansyah, and Khoirul Ngibad assess the differentiation of the freedom to learn independent campus (FLIC) program level in the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture policies, determine objectives scope, assess internal resources, analyze regulations, develop competitive strategies, and implement and evaluate them.
Mapeto Bomani, Evelyn Derera, and Mugove Mashingaidze sought to investigate the challenges and government support for urban small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Zimbabwe and offer policy direction for further development of the sector.
Rrezarta Gashi, Hana Gashi Ahmeti, and Elhame Baliu provide an analysis of the challenges of women entrepreneurs in the case of Kosovo. The purpose of their paper is to highlight the challenges faced by women entrepreneurs in transition countries, specifically in the state of Kosovo.
The objective of the article by Ahmad Al-Tarawneh, Muhanned Obeidat, Mohammad Khataybeh, Ghassan Omet, and Fayez Haddad is to explore the employment elasticity of growth in the Jordanian economy, and for that purpose, the paper uses time series analysis and annual data (1992–2019) for the GDP, total employment, total female employment, and total male employment.
The issue ends with the research of Ijaz Ali, Saif Sami, Nabil Ahmed Mareai Senan, Asif Baig, and Imran Ahmad Khan which is devoted to the management tools that can link sustainability strategies with sustainability performance evaluation and compensation systems.
The full issue of the journal is available at the following link.
We wish you pleasant and informative reading!