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Social Norm Perception Influences Entrepreneurial Intentions

The main subject in this research is exactly how Social Norm Perception influences Entrepreneurial Intentions. Generally, Entrepreneurial intentions are explained by research models which combine personal factors and perceptions of situational factors. The explanatory power of personal factors on entrepreneurial intentions is proven in numerous researches. This project targets primarily on perceptions of Social Norm, as a proxy for situational factors.

An investigation into the determinants of user acceptance of personalization in online banking

Personalization is an innovative strategy which enables the bank to further differentiate from its competitors by drawing the client into increasingly deeper levels of mutually beneficial relationships. However, for any personalization effort to succeed both the bank and its client need to perceive it as being relevant and beneficial to their interests.

Why an MBA?

In this study we have mainly investigated the effectiveness of Master of Business Administration (MBA) on job related income in Japan and compared it with that of the US. In addition, we have also examined impact of MBA intervention on other job outcomes such as employability, job satisfaction, confidence in knowledge and skills.

Strategic Decision-making, Group Behavior, and Public Relations Strategies

As a boundary spanning function in organizations, public relations can enhance strategic decision-making by introducing relevant information that addresses decision-making consequences on stakeholders to the process. The premise for the study was that effective communication that attends to certain communication aspects of decision-making

Malcolm X: Rhetorics and Representations

Malcolm X, also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, was an African-American Muslim minister and a leader for black people during the Civil Rights Movement. Today Malcolm X is viewed as a “radical” black leader that propagated violence. But this is in many