Robert Kozak

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This dissertation is a broad study of factors affecting perceptions of CSR issues in multiple stakeholder realms, the main purpose being to determine the effects of the values of individuals on their perceptions regarding CSR. It examines perceptions of CSR both at the emic (observing individuals and stakeholders) and etic levels (conducting cross-cultural(More)
With the international community’s increasing concern for social and environmental problems, the fulfilment and disclosure of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been advocated and promoted across the world. Forestry companies, which are particularly sensitive to environmental and social issues, are increasingly developing and improving their levels(More)
395 words) Interfirm relationships are at the very core of new trends in the present business environment, trends such as market orientation, time-based competition, supply-chain management, strategic partnerships and electronic business. More and more frequently, these relationships are being examined as a major source of value creation in the fields of(More)
INTRODUCTION Management and care of individuals with hemophilia A advanced immensely with the introduction of recombinant factor VIII (rFVIII) replacement products. This review provides a historical overview of rFVIII development with a focus on Bayer's rFVIII (with albumin) and sucrose-formulated rFVIII (rFVIII-FS), the only rFVIII products cloned in baby(More)
Several guidelines and recommendations have been published on assessing the potential risk of a biological product being contaminated with an agent causing a Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy (TSE). Basic principles which can be used during the manufacturing of biological products to minimize the risk of transmission of TSE agents include the(More)
Small and medium forest enterprises (SMFEs) can contribute to poverty reduction, while promoting the sustainable use of forests. Governments have a fundamental role to play in generating the conditions necessary for these enterprises to emerge and develop. Unfortunately, the business environment in many countries is unsuitable for SMFEs. That said, The(More)
1. Over the past thirty years Statistics Canada has developed a number of generalized survey software covering nearly all aspects of the survey process. Edit and imputation (E&I) systems have one of the longest histories of these products, dating back to the 1970s. In the mid 1980s, the Generalized Edit and Imputation System (GEIS) was created in order to(More)
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