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Organizational citizenship behavior: Its nature and antecedents
(BRAC University, 2004)
Theory and research on Organizational Citizenship Behaviors (OCB) has presumed OCB as a set of desirable behaviors that contributes to the organizational effectiveness. So far OCB has been connoted as one of the antecedents ...
Progress in procedural justice: tunnelling through the maze
(BRAC University, 2005)
Recent developments in the contribution to the literature on procedural justice have opened avenues for exploring the subject and gaining perspective in the field with a view to assessing how the concept of procedural ...
Evaluation of different temporal disaggregation techniques and an application to Italian GDP
(BRAC University, 2009)
In this paper temporally disaggregation is conducted through regression-based models, namely by Chow-Lin (1971) and Fernandez (1981). The disaggregation is carried out using four GDP series of Italy, collecting data from ...
Anti-inflammatory and anti-diarrheal effects of methanolic extracts of seeds and peel of Nephelium longan fruits in rats
(© 2013 Iranian Journal of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 2013)
Herbal medicines are playing a vital role in the remedy of numerous diseases. Preliminary phytochemical screening of the methanolic extracts of seeds (MNLS) and peel (MNLP) of Nephelium longan revealed the presence of ...
The economic impact of e-commerce
(© 2005 BRAC University Journal, BRAC University, 2005)
E-commerce has a significant impact on business costs and productivity. E-Commerce has a chance to be widely adopted due to its simple applications. Thus it has a large economic impact. It gives the opportunity for ...
International acquisitions and the glabalization of firms from India
(BRAC University, 2009-04-02)
Greenfield vs acquisitions: determinants of choice in emerging economies
(BRAC Business School, BRAC University, 2009)
This paper aims at finding the determinants of entry mode choices for MNCs that enter emerging economy nations as wholly owned subsidiaries. Existing literature suggests that this area of international business literature ...
Entry mode and subsidiary performance in emerging economics
(Mustang Journals, 2011)
Based on Institutional Theory and the Resource Based View of the firm, this paper aims at finding a relationship between an MNC’s choice of entry mode and the subsequent performance of the subsidiaries. There is a serious ...
Choice and evaluation of hospitals in Bangladesh: insights from patients and policy implications
(© University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dept. of Health Policy & Administration., 1998)
Various aspects of health care services in Bangladesh, especially in the public sector, are not well documented. Based on a survey, this paper attempts to gain insights into the health care area from the perspectives of ...
Domestic and international trade liberalisation of the indian economy: domestic firms & MNCs response
(International Affairs and Global Strategy, 2014)
Over the past two decades trade liberalisation has become an important part of many countries development strategies. Winters L. A. (2004) describes trade liberalisation is the elimination of or reduction in the trade ...