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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Intangible Resources, Agglomeration Effect Of FDI Intensity, And Firm Performance: Evidence From Chinese Semiconductor Firms

    This paper analyzes the impact of intangible resources on firm performance in an emerging economy context. Intangible resources are considered essential to firms' competitive advantage; however, the authors argue that firms' intangible resources can be negatively related with performance in emerging economies, due to their weak intellectual property rights protection....

    Provided By Robert Morris University

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Perceptions Of College And University Codes Of Ethics

    Recent pressures for better corporate governance and greater accountability have spurred business organizations and academic institutions to reexamine their codes of ethics. The creation of an ethical code demands an assessment of its effectiveness. The literature suggests that key influences on ethical decision making include stakeholder involvement, code design, code...

    Provided By Robert Morris University

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Perceptions Of College And University Codes Of Ethics

    Recent pressures for better corporate governance and greater accountability have spurred business organizations and academic institutions to reexamine their codes of ethics. The creation of an ethical code demands an assessment of its effectiveness. The literature suggests that key influences on ethical decision making include stakeholder involvement, code design, code...

    Provided By Robert Morris University

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Intangible Resources, Agglomeration Effect Of FDI Intensity, And Firm Performance: Evidence From Chinese Semiconductor Firms

    This paper analyzes the impact of intangible resources on firm performance in an emerging economy context. Intangible resources are considered essential to firms' competitive advantage; however, the authors argue that firms' intangible resources can be negatively related with performance in emerging economies, due to their weak intellectual property rights protection....

    Provided By Robert Morris University