Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Perspectives on Business and Management

Edited by Vito Bobek

Universities of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum

With a more holistic view of the interrelationships between individuals, markets and the larger economy, leaders can make more informed decisions. Understanding past trends in light of today's particular challenges, a wider knowledge of economics also allows business leaders to create more persuasive arguments when attempting to affect positive change within an organization. Since the turn of the century, emerging markets have dramatically increased their role on the world stage, the digital revolution has strengthened, social networks have become a decisive force also in business and the voice of the people has reinvented markets and overturned governments, a sharing economy has been born, scientific advances have changed our lives and so on. All these issues and processes pose a huge challenge for leaders, and some are tackled in this book.

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Perspectives on Business and ManagementEdited by Vito Bobek

Published: October 14th 2015

DOI: 10.5772/59635

ISBN: 978-953-51-2183-1

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-5146-3

Copyright year: 2015

Books open for chapter submissions

12446 Total Chapter Downloads

6 Crossref Citations

5 Web of Science Citations

10 Dimensions Citations


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1. A Theoretical Framework (Modelling) for International Business Management

By Schapour Zafarpour


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2. European Foundation for Quality Management Excellence Model Can Encourage ISO 26000 Implementation

By Štefka Gorenak


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3. Does the Demographic Factor Impact Enterprise Business Intelligence Maturity Initiaves in Companies in Malaysia?

By Min-Hooi Chuah and Kee-Luen Wong


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4. A Development Vision and Strategy Model as a Response of Cities to the Challenges of Globalization

By Anita Maček and Vito Bobek


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5. Measuring Urban Development and City Performance

By Jasmina Mavrič and Vito Bobek


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6. FDI Blessing — How Is It Recognized by Local Communities? — A Comparative Study of Slovenia and Serbia

By Anita Maček, Rasto Ovin and Jelena Zvezdanović Lobanova


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