The first volume of the Eurasian Studies in Business and Economics, the official proceedings series of the Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES), includes selected papers from the 13th EBES Conference held in Istanbul in 2014. This volume covers theoretical and empirical contributions in the areas of innovation, entrepreneurship, HR, banking and finance. An eclectic set of methodologies and contributions from experts across the World makes this volume a valued work of reference. This volume also provides a timely opportunity to colleagues, professionals and students to catch up with the most recent studies in different fields and empirical findings on many countries and regions.
Table of ContentsHow Polish Firms Use the EU Funds for Innovative Projects?.- Competitive Intelligence Among SMEs.- Workplace Bullying in Malaysia.- Team Context and Team Performance.- Discussion Frames in Motherhood Blogs.- Strategic Partnerships in the Construction Industry in Latvia.- A Proposed Biometrics Technologies Implementation in Malaysia Internet Banking Services.- Innovation Management and Innovation Potential of Croatian SMEs.- The Quality Characteristics of the Financial Information Between Requirement and Utility.- Instilling Malaysian Consumers' Mind-Set in Accepting GST.- Development of Innovative Activity in Russia.- Political Economy of Innovation and Export Performance in the Emergence Market in the Light of the Regulations.- Towards Destination Stewardship.- Global Factors of World Development.- Intra-Market Linkages Among Civets Stock Markets.- Social Capital and Information Sharing.- The Impact of Vertical Specialization on the Agglomeration of China's Manufacturing Sector.- Existing Technologies in Online Job Matching Tools and Their Potential Usage for Disadvantaged People.- Using Conjoint Analysis to Determine the Requirements of Different Users for Designing Online Solution Tools.