New issue of the Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review journal
The editorial team of Virtus Interpress is proud to announce that the new issue of the Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review journal has been released. The papers published in this issue deal with key topics in the field of corporate governance with an emphasis on organizational behavior, such as organizational democracy, employee productivity, economic theory, economic growth, poverty, unemployment, corporate social responsibility, firm value, business, sustainability, strategic management, job satisfaction, employee performance, business ethics, etc.
In the first study of this issue, Agron Mustafa, Ali Ismajli, and Fitore Velijaj aim to analyze the impact of on-the-job and off-the-job training on improving employee skills and performance growth.
Abdul Razzak Alshehadeh, Ghaleb Elrefae, and Ehab Injadat, in their research, explore the impact of profitability indicators (including return on equity, gross profit margin, operating profit margin, and return on investments) on EVA of equity-owned Jordanian insurance companies.
Blerta Haliti Baruti analyzes the insurance system in Kosovo by looking at its structure, the degree of concentration of insurance companies in the insurance industry, and the types of products they offer.
Williams Omokhudu Odiwo, Nefisat Margaret Agol, Peter Eshioke Egielewa, Oseremen Ebhote, Sadiq Oshoke Akhor, Frederick Ogbeide, and Daniel Charles Ozuomode looked at workplace democracy and employee productivity in a few construction enterprises in Edo State, Nigeria.
Shkumbin Misini and Bashkim Mustafa, in their paper, focus on nominal GDP in the context of economic growth and analyse unemployment and poverty. The paper provides secondary data for 2004–2019 in Kosovo.
The study by Sujana Shafi, Hayatul Safrah Salleh, and Wan Norhayati Mohamed examines how digital marketing academicians have empirically validated reviews by using the reporting process for systematic items for meta-data analyses and systematic reviews.
The purpose of the Musviyanti, Rusdiah Iskandar, Salmah Pattisahusiwa, and Wulan Ihyig Ratnasari’s research is to explore CSR practices and their impact on firm value to business sustainability in coal companies in the East Kalimantan Province.
Selma Sidahmed Abedelrahim and Saleh Hamed Alharbi aimed to assess the COVID-19 impact on the academic staff performance at Tabuk University, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as well as to analyse the pandemic impact on job stress and job attitude.
In their paper, Hasan M. Tomizh, Mohd Saiful Izwaan Saadon, Aleef Omar Shah Bin Nordin, and Yousef Amin Salman Almahasneh examine the relationship between the delegation of authority and employee performance in the banking sector in Palestine.
Tommy Andrian and Andrian Pangestu conducted an analysis of the effects of green accounting, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) power, gender diversity, and nationality diversity on social responsibility disclosure.
Bashar Abu Khalaf investigates the smoothness of dividends in non-financial companies in Jordan by applying the asymmetric partial adjustment model.
Demeh Daradkah and Rowaa Janaideh attempt to examine the effect of Financial Consumer Protection (FCP) on banks’ competitiveness and profitability, using data from Jordanian banks for the period 2013–2020.
The research of Hajdin Berisha, Yusof Ismail, and Agron Hoxha deals with the extent to which HEIs include business ethics (BE) and corporate social responsibility (CSR) courses in the undergraduate curricula and examines the importance of equipping university graduates as prospective corporate board members with ethical values.
The study by Rahayu Subekti, Purwono Sungkowo Rahardjo, and Alya Maya Khonsa Rahayu presents the analysis of the role of land pawn institutionalism in Indonesia in the context of regulation and governance.
Prima Widyaputri and Fetty Poerwita Sary determine the digital, communication, and performance aspects of millennial employees in a workplace, and explore how digital leadership and organizational communication influence millennial employee performance simultaneously and partially.
Finally, the paper by Patson Chawuruka and Maxwell A. Phiri sought to establish the vital issues that should be addressed to work on a national image.
The full issue of the journal is available at the following link.
We hope that readers will enjoy reading papers on this issue!