Review of Business Research

Review of Business Research articles

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Review of Business Research is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes research/conceptual work or applied research/applications on topics related to research, practice, and teaching in all subject areas of business, economics, and e-business/e-commerce. The journal is published semiannually by the International Academy of Business and Economics.Subjects for Review of Business Research include: Economics.

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Developing an Organization System for Management Accounting Based on Responsibility Centers
January 1, 2009 ... 1. INTRODUCTION Knowing the costs and expenses is a permanent requirement when the objective is economic performance especially in the context of the present economy as economic resources are more and more scarce and, implicitly, expensive....

True Philosophy and Ethical Principles
January 1, 2009 ... 1. INTRODUCTION "If there is a universal ethics, one of its principles is surely the honest recognition of difference" (Tipton, 2006: 13), because cultures will not disappear soon. Ethical behavior means that when profitability requires...

Enhancing Deep Learning through Assessments: A Framework for Accounting and Law Students
January 1, 2009 ... 1. INTRODUCTION The Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Australia and the Institute for Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA) are the two main professional bodies for accountants in Australia. These accounting bodies represent the interests...

Using Drama to Teaching Business Ethics
January 1, 2009 ... 1. INTRODUCTION Ethics in business management is receiving considerable attention recently with the uncovering of serious fraudulent actions by major U. S. and European companies and their executives. As might be expected, the subject is...

How Important Is Business Faculty Service?
January 1, 2009 ... 1. INTRODUCTION Business faculty have historically been asked to fulfill their role in academe by meeting or exceeding expectations in the areas of teaching, research, and service. To achieve tenure or promotion, a faculty member must prove...