New issue of the Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review journal
The editorial team of Virtus Interpress is delighted to release a new issue of the Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review journal. The field of corporate governance is extensively covered by the papers in this issue, and even more so when it comes to organizational behavior.
This special issue is dedicated to such topics as cost accounting, quality performance, Jordanian banking sector, financial performance, non-financial performance, pandemics, income inequality, banking, disclosure, capital structure, firm value, family businesses, innovative financial management model, financial factors, assets, strategy implementation, interest rates, etc.
The full issue of the journal is available at the following link.
In the first paper, Irene Tsachouridi and Irene Nikandrou adopt the perspective of the group engagement model and the multidimensional conceptualization of social identity in order to examine the effects of perceived organizational support (POS) and two key employee outcomes, willingness to support the organization and intent to quit.
Hamza El Kaddouri sees the adoption and diffusion after nine years of the accounting and analytical financial information system in a French university after reforms by the Universities Law.
Mohammad Ali Ibrahim Al Khasabah, Hayatul Safrah Salleh, Nik Hazimah Nik Mat, and Siti Nur Atikah Zulkiffli examine the mediating effect of quality performance on the relationship between total quality management and competitive advantage.
Antonius Alijoyo and Kevin Bastian Sirait explore the effect of the existence and role of independent board members in Indonesia listed firm on the board’s functionality effectiveness, and subsequently, its impact on the value of the firm.
The article by Yousef Shahwan, Abdullah Sa’adeh, Mohyedin Hamza, Nidal Al-Ramahi, and Issa Ahmad Swiety came to test the moderating effect of the reserves of the firms on the relationship between the COVID-19 pandemic and the performance of firms (financial and non-financial performance).
Rattaphong Sonsuphap aims to understand the illegal lottery businesses from economic, political, and social perspectives in Chiang Rai, Nakhon Ratchasima, Rayong, and Phuket provinces of Thailand, which have contributed to the outlaw economy.
The purpose of the paper by Gëzim Selimi, Xhemazie Ibraimi, and Besime Ziberi is to highlight the impact of income inequality and economic growth in the case of North Macedonia.
The research conducted by Minh Phuong Nguyen, Thi Thu Hien Hoang, Anh Phan, and Manh Dung Tran marks the first attempt in measuring and contrasting information disclosure and transparency within Vietnamese, Thai, and Singapore commercial banks.
Dau Hoang Hung, Hung Ngoc Dang, and Van Vu Thi Thuy, in their paper, examine the impact of capital structure (CP) on the firm value in Vietnam. The authors apply the threshold regression model of Hansen (1999, 2000).
Hafizah Marzuki, Suhaily Hasnan, and Mazurina Mohd Ali present a review of the studies on corruption risk in corporations. They highlight the antecedents of corruption risk, contribute additional knowledge on anti-corruption, and offer some suggestions for future research.
The study by Jyxhel Spahi, Venet Shala, and Demir Lima aims to identify the negative reflections of nepotism on employees and the effects of nepotism on obstructing the institutionalization of family businesses.
Narest Satityapong, Taneenart Na-Soontorn, and Pimprapa Amornkitpinyo analyze innovative management elements for private higher education institutions in the context of the 20-year Higher Education Plan in Thailand and suggest new financial management models.
The paper by Hoan Nguyen, Duc Tai Do, Thi Hoai Thu Nguyen, Thi Thu Thuy Nguyen, Manh Dung Tran, Thu Thuy Nguyen, Van Hieu Pham, and Thi Thao Nguyen investigates the impact of internal financial factors on the financial performance of mineral firms listed on the Vietnam Stock Exchange.
Ratna Ekasari, Achmad Fathoni Rodli, and Donny Arif conducted a study to determine the strategic planning applied to teaching and learning strategies in independent campus learning programs that have been planned by the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia.
Finally, Shaip Bytyçi, Agron Mustafa, Besime Ziberi, and Ermira Bytyçi provide an analysis of the impact of microcredit on consumer spending in the case of Kosovo.
We wish you pleasant and informative reading!