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Management Design Journal

Management Design Journal

No 24 Q4 2022



Globalization, regulation, and corporate perception



Global digitalization has presented challenges in keeping the public from potential harm (Czarnocki, 2021).  Wright and Zhu (2018) present risks to monopolistic influences through foreign direct investments.  Kerber and Schweitzer (2017) assess interoperability in international technology regulation.  Czarnocki (2021) compare international regulation to address challenges brought on by global digitalization.

An array of views examines the effectiveness of regulations for monopolies (Teachout, 2018).  Teachout (2018) suggests concentrated power is the vice and not free and open markets.  Vaheesan (2018) reviews consumer welfare models for antitrust regulation.  Shafi, Sarker, and Junrong (2019) discuss the potential for small creative firms to strive in global economies.

Corporate perception may have challenges in a global technological environment during the health pandemic (Lafuente, Marco, Monfort, & Ordóñez, 2022).  Lafuente et al. (2022) measure and compare perceived corruption across countries.  Pollák and Markovič (2022) suggest achieving transparency and information availability for corporate reputation management.

References:

Czarnocki, J. (2021). Saving EU digital constitutionalism through the proportionality principle and a transatlantic digital accord. European View, 20(2), 150-156. doi:10.1177/17816858211055522

Kerber, W., & Schweitzer, H. (2017). Interoperability in the digital economy. JIPITEC, 8(1), 39-58.

Lafuente, J. Á., Marco, A., Monfort, M., & Ordóñez, J. (2022). Does perceived corruption converge? International evidence. Economics, 16(1), 43-56. doi:doi:10.1515/econ-2022-0018

Pollák, F., & Markovič, P. (2022). Challenges for corporate reputation—online reputation management in times of global pandemic. Journal of Risk and Financial Management, 15(6). doi:10.3390/jrfm15060250

Shafi, M., Sarker, M. N. I., & Junrong, L. (2019). Social network of small creative firms and its effects on innovation in developing countries. SAGE Open, 9(4), 2158244019898248. doi:10.1177/2158244019898248

Teachout, Z. (2018). The Problem of Monopolies & Corporate Public Corruption. Daedalus, 147(3), 111-126. doi:10.1162/daed_a_00514

Vaheesan, S. (2018). The twilight of the technocrats’ monopoly on antitrust? The Yale Law Journal, 127, 980-995.

Wright, J., & Zhu, B. (2018). Monopoly rents and foreign direct investment in fixed assets. International Studies Quarterly, 62(2), 341-356. doi:10.1093/isq/sqy010



Economic and labor market research



Emerging economic research may provide guides for understanding market strategies for innovation (Agénor & Silva, 2021).   Romeijnders and Mulder (2022) introduce weighted averages to calculate for uncertainty in regulatory tariffs.  Agénor and Silva (2021) explore risks in offering capital to entrepreneurial ventures.  Li, Wang, Sun, and Liu (2022) analyze relationships among stock equity prices for temporal effects.

Assessments of labour markets may provide suggestions for improving labour equity (Coupet & Yamani, 2022; Eisenbarth & Chen, 2022).  Coupet and Yamani (2022) discuss topics of inequity in unemployment based on race.  Eisenbarth and Chen (2022) explain wage inequity in labour markets from a historical perspective.  Wise, Yeganegi, and Laplume (2022) suggest empirical research in social influences in investments in entrepreneurial innovation.

Evaluating market trends may encourage innovation and research for start-up firms (Prado & Bauer, 2022).  Prado and Bauer (2022) observe short-term positive effects from acquisitions of large technology companies of venture capital for start-up firms.  Santeramo and Lamonaca (2022) seek to demonstrate cooperation in standards for regulatory trade agreements improve trade relationships.  Khan, Kauppila, Fatima, and Majava (2022) evaluate benefits and challenges for interdependencies in knowledge creation and collaboration for innovation.  Amofah and Saladrigues (2022) analyze gender and entrepreneurial motivation among university students.

 

References:

Agénor, P.-R., & Silva, L. A. P. d. (2021). Capital requirements, risk-taking and welfare in a growing economy. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 60(2), 167-192. doi:10.1007/s11149-021-09438-z

Amofah, K., & Saladrigues, R. (2022). Impact of attitude towards entrepreneurship education and role models on entrepreneurial intention. Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 11(1), 36. doi:10.1186/s13731-022-00197-5

Coupet, E., & Yamani, E. (2022). The impact of the coronavirus on African American unemployment: lessons from history. Journal for Labour Market Research, 56(1), 3. doi:10.1186/s12651-022-00308-5

Eisenbarth, A., & Chen, Z. F. (2022). The evolution of wage inequality within local U.S. labor markets. Journal for Labour Market Research, 56(1), 2. doi:10.1186/s12651-022-00307-6

Khan, I. S., Kauppila, O., Fatima, N., & Majava, J. (2022). Stakeholder interdependencies in a collaborative innovation project. Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 11(1), 38. doi:10.1186/s13731-022-00229-0

Li, Y., Wang, T., Sun, B., & Liu, C. (2022). Detecting the lead–lag effect in stock markets: definition, patterns, and investment strategies. Financial Innovation, 8(1), 51. doi:10.1186/s40854-022-00356-3

Prado, T. S., & Bauer, J. M. (2022). Big Tech platform acquisitions of start-ups and venture capital funding for innovation. Information Economics and Policy, 59, 100973. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.infoecopol.2022.100973

Romeijnders, W., & Mulder, M. (2022). Optimal WACC in tariff regulation under uncertainty. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 61(2), 89-107. doi:10.1007/s11149-022-09447-6

Santeramo, F. G., & Lamonaca, E. (2022). Standards and regulatory cooperation in regional trade agreements: What the effects on trade? Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, n/a(n/a). doi:https://doi.org/10.1002/aepp.13276

Wise, S., Yeganegi, S., & Laplume, A. O. (2022). Startup team ethnic diversity and investment capital raised. Journal of Business Venturing Insights, 17, e00314. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbvi.2022.e00314



Globalization, regulation, and corporate perception



Global digitalization has presented challenges in keeping the public from potential harm (Czarnocki, 2021).  Wright and Zhu (2018) present risks to monopolistic influences through foreign direct investments.  Kerber and Schweitzer (2017) assess interoperability in international technology regulation.  Czarnocki (2021) compare international regulation to address challenges brought on by global digitalization.

An array of views examines the effectiveness of regulations for monopolies (Teachout, 2018).  Teachout (2018) suggests concentrated power is the vice and not free and open markets.  Vaheesan (2018) reviews consumer welfare models for antitrust regulation.  Shafi, Sarker, and Junrong (2019) discuss the potential for small creative firms to strive in global economies.

Corporate perception may have challenges in a global technological environment during the health pandemic (Lafuente, Marco, Monfort, & Ordóñez, 2022).  Lafuente et al. (2022) measure and compare perceived corruption across countries.  Pollák and Markovič (2022) suggest achieving transparency and information availability for corporate reputation management.

References:

Czarnocki, J. (2021). Saving EU digital constitutionalism through the proportionality principle and a transatlantic digital accord. European View, 20(2), 150-156. doi:10.1177/17816858211055522

Kerber, W., & Schweitzer, H. (2017). Interoperability in the digital economy. JIPITEC, 8(1), 39-58.

Lafuente, J. Á., Marco, A., Monfort, M., & Ordóñez, J. (2022). Does perceived corruption converge? International evidence. Economics, 16(1), 43-56. doi:doi:10.1515/econ-2022-0018

Pollák, F., & Markovič, P. (2022). Challenges for corporate reputation—online reputation management in times of global pandemic. Journal of Risk and Financial Management, 15(6). doi:10.3390/jrfm15060250

Shafi, M., Sarker, M. N. I., & Junrong, L. (2019). Social network of small creative firms and its effects on innovation in developing countries. SAGE Open, 9(4), 2158244019898248. doi:10.1177/2158244019898248

Teachout, Z. (2018). The Problem of Monopolies & Corporate Public Corruption. Daedalus, 147(3), 111-126. doi:10.1162/daed_a_00514

Vaheesan, S. (2018). The twilight of the technocrats’ monopoly on antitrust? The Yale Law Journal, 127, 980-995.

Wright, J., & Zhu, B. (2018). Monopoly rents and foreign direct investment in fixed assets. International Studies Quarterly, 62(2), 341-356. doi:10.1093/isq/sqy010



Culture in organizational change



The inclusion of culture in management research may improve communication and opportunities for organizational change (Altarriba & Basnight-Brown, 2022).  Barmeyer, Bausch, and Moncayo (2019) observe the growth of cross-cultural management from fields of research such as international management and comparative management.  Somerville, Cinite, and Largacha-Martínez (2021) compare individualistic and collective cultures in their ability to embrace organizational change.  Altarriba and Basnight-Brown (2022) emphasizes the importance of language in communication across cultures.  Chiu (2017) suggests the importance of including indigenous studies in cross-cultural management research.

Boca, Radulescu, Toader, and Toader (2015) suggest flexible leadership to promote cultural sensitivity, effective communication, and creativity within organizations.  Lewin (2014) describes how differences in management practices can vary due to national structures.  Gerhart (2009) suggests differences among nations of the effects of national culture on organizational culture may be minimal.  Huang, de Vliert, and der Vegt (2005) compare across nations the interest of employees to mention important issues for an organization.  Romani, Mahadevan, and Primecz (2018) propose consolidating cross-cultural management studies into a field capable of reflecting alternate perceptions of culture.

Essawi and Tilchin (2012) develop a collaborative model for implementing organizational change.  Prieto-Díeza, Postigoa, Cuestaa, and Muñiz (2022) discuss personality traits as a measure of work engagement.  Lafaire, Kuismin, Moisander, and Grünbaum (2022) propose techniques of artistic intervention to encourage engagement in education.  Mousseau (2021) suggests globalization and legislation may reduce ethnic conflicts by reducing power of national states.

References:

 

 

Altarriba, J., & Basnight-Brown, D. (2022). The psychology of communication: The interplay between language and culture through time. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 53(7-8), 860-874. doi:10.1177/00220221221114046

Barmeyer, C., Bausch, M., & Moncayo, D. (2019). Cross-cultural management research: Topics, paradigms, and methods—A journal-based longitudinal analysis between 2001 and 2018. International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 19(2), 218-244. doi:10.1177/1470595819859603

Boca, G. D., Radulescu, C., Toader, R., & Toader, C. (2015). A cross cultural model for flexible motivation in management. Paper presented at the “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati Fascicle I. Economics and Applied Informatics Years XXI.

Chiu, C. Y. (2017). Culture matters: A perspective advancing cross-cultural and indigenous research. Management and Organization Review, 13(4), 695-701. doi:10.1017/mor.2017.61

Essawi, M., & Tilchin, O. (2012). Adaptive collaboration model for organizational change. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 2, 145-152.

Gerhart, B. (2009). How much does national culture constrain organizational culture? Management and Organization Review, 5(2), 241-259. doi:10.1111/j.1740-8784.2008.00117.x

Huang, X., de Vliert, E. V., & der Vegt, G. V. (2005). Breaking the silence culture: Stimulation of participation and employee opinion withholding cross-nationally. Management and Organization Review, 1(3), 459-482. doi:10.1111/j.1740-8784.2005.00023.x

Lafaire, A. P., Kuismin, A., Moisander, J., & Grünbaum, L. (2022). Interspace for empathy: Engaging with work-related uncertainty through artistic intervention in management education. Culture and Organization, 28(3-4), 227-244. doi:10.1080/14759551.2022.2029442

Lewin, A. Y. (2014). Emerging economies open unlimited opportunities for advancing management and organization scholarship. Management and Organization Review, 10(1), 1-5. doi:10.1111/more.12048

Mousseau, D. Y. (2021). Globalization and the prevention of ethnic wars at the local level: A cross-country analysis. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 14(3), 187-206.

Prieto-Díeza, F., Postigoa, Á., Cuestaa, M., & Muñiz, J. (2022). Work engagement: Organizational attribute or personality trait? Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 38(2), 85-92.

Romani, L., Mahadevan, J., & Primecz, H. (2018). Critical cross-cultural management: Outline and emerging contributions. International Studies of Management & Organization, 48(4), 403-418. doi:10.1080/00208825.2018.1504473

Somerville, K., Cinite, I., & Largacha-Martínez, C. (2021). Organizational change skills: An empirical cross-national study. Open Journal of Business and Management, 9, 894-911.

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