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  • The Reign of Leadership & Power in Just Organizations | Karkoulian | Contemporary Management Research
    Issues NEW USER LOST PASSWORD Home Vol 11 No 2 2015 Karkoulian The Reign of Leadership Power in Just Organizations Silva Karkoulian Abstract This study aims to illuminate the solid correlation between leadership that is employed in a Lebanese industry organizational justice OJ and power that acts as the mediator between the two variables This study intends to empirically validate that leadership style affects OJ provided that power acts as the liaison The sample consisted of 400 individuals working in small to medium sized multinational and Lebanese firms specializing in the telecommunication and electronics retail sector located throughout Lebanon Path and regression analyses were employed to analyze the data and reach conclusions The findings show that successfully implemented leadership paves the way for OJ through the basis of power exerted in an organization These findings are of additional value to the wide ranging studies of human resources in business organizations and widen the scope of just treatment and fairness perceptions in the workplace Promoting justice in organizations will lay the groundwork for a successful organization that can excel and become a pioneer in its field Therefore successful leaders should strive to promote perceptions of fairness in their organization in order

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/12051 (2016-05-01)
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  • Knowledge of Opponents’ Power in Power-Asymmetric Negotiations: Whose Knowledge Shapes the Structure of Outcomes? | Wong | Contemporary Management Research
    CMR Author Guideline Manuscript Submission Editorial board Published Issues NEW USER LOST PASSWORD Home Vol 11 No 2 2015 Wong Knowledge of Opponents Power in Power Asymmetric Negotiations Whose Knowledge Shapes the Structure of Outcomes Ricky Siu Wong Abstract This article focuses on dyadic negotiations in which negotiators have asymmetric best alternatives to the negotiated agreement BATNAs The article sets out to contribute to this domain arguing that it is important to consider negotiators knowledge of their opponents BATNAs The study uses a job negotiation simulation and examined the effects of the knowledge of opponents BATNAs on agreement efficiency indexed by joint outcome and negotiators abilities to claim values bargaining strength In a 2 x 2 experiment findings indicated that strong negotiators knowledge of opponents BATNAs increases their bargaining strength but hinders their efficiency weak negotiators knowledge alone reduces their bargaining strength but increases efficiency and the detrimental impact of strong negotiators knowledge on efficiency outweighs the benefit of weak negotiators knowledge The impact of knowledge on efficiency depends on which party has access to it Paradoxically weakness leads to efficiency and strength can lead to winning an impoverished prize Keywords Negotiation Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement BATNA Power

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/12984 (2016-05-01)
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  • Examining How Environmental Concern Affects Purchase Intention: Mediating Role of Perceived Trust and Moderating Role of Perceived Risk | Kwok | Contemporary Management Research
    How Environmental Concern Affects Purchase Intention Mediating Role of Perceived Trust and Moderating Role of Perceived Risk Man Lung Jonathan Kwok Mei Chi Macy Wong Mei Mei Lau Abstract The aim of this study was to explore the factors affecting the intention to purchase PCTG plastic water bottles It further elaborates on the relationships among perceived value perceived risk trust in the quality of the product and purchase with the concern of protecting the environment Another focus of this research was to measure the mediating effect of trust on the relation between perceived value and purchase intention and to test whether perceived risk has any moderating effect on the relation between perceived value and purchase intention Three hundred valid responses from Hong Kong consumers were used to test the mediation moderation model The research findings indicated that trust partially mediates the significant relationship of perceived value with purchase intention The moderating role of perceived risk was also found to have significant effect on the direct effect between perceived value and purchase intentions indicating that the relationship between the perceived value and purchase intention is stronger under high perceived risk rather than under low perceived risk Managerial implications and limitations are

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/13845 (2016-05-01)
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  • Customer-Based Brand Equity: The Evidence from China | Lin | Contemporary Management Research
    dominant trends in the global hotel industry This research aims to focus on customer based brand equity and examines whether brand equity influences customers repurchase intention in the hotel industry in Zhuhai China A sample of 193 valid responses was received through face to face surveys of customers who had experienced staying in high star hotels The results of the survey were analysed using a linear regression model and the

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/14153 (2016-05-01)
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  • The Role of "Tone at The Top" and Knowledge of Fraud on Auditors’ Professional Skeptical Behavior | Noviyanti | Contemporary Management Research
    Knowledge of Fraud on Auditors Professional Skeptical Behavior Suzy Noviyanti Lanita Winata Abstract Auditors need to be professionally skeptical when they are conducting an audit Skeptical behavior is especially needed when there are indications of fraud in the audited entity Without skepticism fraud is likely to be overlooked because fraud is usually concealed by the perpetrators This experimental study aimed to investigate the influence of skeptical attitude tone at the top and knowledge of fraud on auditors professional skeptical behavior The study participants were junior auditors senior auditors and auditor supervisors The analysis led to three key findings in this study First skeptical attitude tone at the top and the auditor s knowledge of fraud influenced the skeptical behavior of professional auditors Second a high tone at the top of the partner s style played an important role in maintaining and improving auditors professional skeptical behavior particularly for auditors who had a weak skeptical attitude This result supported the theory of the attitudes behavior relationship described by Fazio 1990 in the MODE model Third auditors knowledge about fraud improved their professional skeptical behavior However knowledge of fraud did not influence auditors professional behavior if those auditors had weak skeptical attitudes

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/12239 (2016-05-01)
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  • Does Money for Grocery Expenditure Sway Italian Consumers’ Motivational Values in Predicting Attitude towards Eco-Sustainable Food Products? | Vassallo | Contemporary Management Research
    study attempts to explain how the motivational domains of Schwartz s theory of basic human values influence Italian consumers attitude towards buying eco sustainable food products and the extent to which the average monthly amount of money available in households for grocery expenditure may modify this influence A conceptual model of attitude with the high order dimensions of the Schwartz s taxonomy of human values and past experience as predictors has been hypothesized and performed on a representative sample i e on regional basis and age categories of Italian food consumers n 2760 Structural equation modeling SEM was used as the methodology Italian consumers households with an average monthly amount of less than 400 Euros for grocery expenditures showed universal values and self enhancement motivations in supporting their positive attitude towards eco sustainable food products but with a significant reduction of their openness to change and conservation in disfavor of these products Consumers with more than 400 Euros showed attenuated universal and conservation values but with less openness to change and self enhancement motives In conclusion it has seemed that in Italy where no legal requirements about sustainability have been established yet being an ethical and universal food consumer still

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/13840 (2016-05-01)
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  • The Devil is in the Details: When Holistic Thinkers React Negatively to Incongruent Information | Chinchanachokchai | Contemporary Management Research
    No 1 2015 Chinchanachokchai The Devil is in the Details When Holistic Thinkers React Negatively to Incongruent Information Sydney Chinchanachokchai Hayden Noel Abstract This research examines the effects of thinking styles holistic vs analytic and different levels of information congruity on product evaluations Two experimental studies show that presenting more details in a message matches the analytic thinking style thus leading to higher evaluations of extremely incongruent information from analytic

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/13853 (2016-05-01)
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  • Investigating the Role of Government Policy and the Environment on Locals’ Loyalty to Spring Music Festivals | Lee | Contemporary Management Research
    Ho Abstract This paper explores the importance of government policy and the environment in determining locals perceived value of and loyalty to festivals Although past studies have analyzed attendee loyalty little research has examined the perspectives of local businesses and residents Locals with unsatisfactory experiences can hinder festivals from being held This study applied a structural equation model SEM approach to investigate the responses of locals to spring music festivals

    Original URL path: http://www.cmr-journal.org/article/view/13791 (2016-05-01)
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