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Current Issue: Volume 25, Number 2 (November 2022)
Analyzing Business Research on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Clusters, Gaps, and Future Directions
Richard A. Posthuma
Can Gender and Major Explain College Students’ Performance in Business Statistics?
Waros Ngamsiriudom, Mitra L. Devkota, and Mohan K. Menon
Efficient Supply Chain Contracting with Loss-averse Players in Presence of Multiple Plausible Breaches
Arijit Mitra and Sumit Sarkar
How Do Consumers in General Evaluate, Judge, and Act toward Shoplifting? The Moderating Effects of Personal Characteristics and Motives
Juehui Shi, Ngoc Cindy Pham, Claudio Schapsis, Tofazzal Hossain, and Arturo Z. Vasquez-Párraga
The Impact of COVID-19 Shocks on Business and GDP of Global Economy
Reza Gharoie Ahangar and Myungsup Kim
Institutional Distance and the Motivations to Springboard
Peter Zámborský and Zheng Joseph Yan
Is Honesty the Best Policy? Examining the Effect of Product Safety Communication on Blame Attributions in Causal Chains
William G. Obenauer and Michael J. Kalsher
Leveraging Text Mining for Trend Analysis and Comparison of Sustainability Reports: Evidence from Fortune 500 Companies
Anuj Sharma, Kapil Kaushik, Prakash Awasthy, and Abhishek Gawande
Migration, the Quality of Life, and Economic Opportunities in the U.S. Revisited: Impacts of Round-Trip Work Commute Time and Rent or Single-Family Housing Prices
Richard J. Cebula
Natural Disaster Impacts on U.S. Banks
James R. Barth, Stephen Matteo Miller, Yanfei Sun, and Shen Zhang
Oil Price Volatility, Organization Capital, and Firm Performance
Javed Bin Kamal, Mabel D. Costa, and Ahsan Habib
Role of Electronic Healthcare Record Adoption in Enhancing the Relationship between Quality Measures and Hospital Financial Performance
Amit Malhan, Robert Pavur, Lou Pelton, and Ila Manuj