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Soil Quality and Financial Performance of Biodynamic and Conventional Farms in New Zealand
Biodynamic farming practices and systems show promise in mitigating some of the detrimental effects of chemical-dependent, conventional agriculture on the environment. The physical, biological, andExpand
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Spanning the Academy-Practice Divide with Doctoral Education in Business
The economy has always been a knowledge economy. We accept as a premise of this paper that phenomena such as the explosion of information, information technology, intellectual capital, knowledgeExpand
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What Really Happens inside the Boardroom and how it may Shed Light on Corporate Success and Failure
For the last two decades or more, agency theory has provided the dominant guiding framework for the research of governance. Despite the results of this effort being described as “remarkablyExpand
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Executive Education: Can it Be Too Good?
A successful business school must serve two communities: the research community on one hand; and the business community on the other. However, despite the spectacular growth of business educationExpand
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Kaizen: a Japanese philosophy and system for business excellence
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop a definitive and insightful working definition of kaizen for practitioners and academics in the West through which they may better understand theExpand
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Delivering Effective Blended Learning: Managing the Dichotomy of Humility and Hubris in Executive Education
The dichotomy of humility and hubris among participants in Executive Education courses presents faculty with a source of heterogeneity not disclosed through the common descriptive statistics of sex,Expand
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A multi-level institutional perspective of corporate social responsibility reporting: A mixed-method study
Abstract This paper examines the institutionalisation of corporate social responsibility reporting among listed companies in Pakistan. First, we identify the influence of industry type; regulatoryExpand
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An Examination of Shareholder–Stakeholder Governance Tension: A Case Study of the Collapses of Ansett Holdings and Air New Zealand
For decades the majority of contributions to governance practice have been compliance-focused while much governance research has been grounded in an agency view (Daily, Dalton & Rajagopalan, (2003),Expand
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