2013 Q1: Articles Received: 15; Accepted: 11; Rejected: 6; Published: 5; Retracted: 0
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Vol 2, No 1 (2013)
Table of Contents
|Congenial Multiple Imputation and Matched Pairs Models for Square Tables: An Example of patients’ self-management|
|Shakir Hussain, Mohamed A Mohammed, Ghazi Shukur||p1|
|The Main Statement Case: The Convergence of Business and Art in a New Venture|
|Brian George Nagy, Domician Zahorjan||p9|
|Supply Chain Risk Management within the Context of COSO’s Enterprise Risk Management Framework|
|Sime Curkovic, Thomas Scannell, Bret Wagner, Mike Vitek||p15|
|Immigrant Small Business in Sweden: A Critical Review of the Development of A Research Field|
|Perceptions of Small and Medium Enterprises on IFRS Adaptation Process: a Case Study in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Ugur Ergun, Elif Öztürk||p43|
|Importance of Internal Marketing for Service Companies Corporate Reputation and Customer Satisfaction|
|Vesna Babić-Hodović, Maja Arslanagić, Eldin Mehić||p49|
|On the Informativeness of External Equity and Debt|
|Kazuhiko Mikami, Keizo Mizuno||p58|
|What are the Features and Practices of Workgroups that Epitomize Cohesion: Development of a Preliminary Measure|
|Kathryn von Treuer, Matthew Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, Simon Moss, Janet McLeod, Sigrid Hamilton||p66|
|Creating and Sustaining a Maintenance Strategy: A Practical Guide|
|Kenneth Robson, Robert Trimble, John MacIntyre||p77|
|Forecasting Tourism Demand in Croatia: A Comparison of Different Extrapolative Methods|
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Journal of Business Administration Research
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