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Journal of Business Theory and Practice Will Publish Printed Version
|This is our official notification that ISSN (Print) has been assigned to Journal of Business Theory and Practice (JBTP).
JBTP will publish printed version from Vol 2. No 3, August, 2014.
Meanwhile, the publication fee will increase from $ 100.00 to $ 200.00.
Vol 2, No 2 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Diagnostic Instruments for Value Congruence|
|Jolita Vveinhardt, Evelina Gulbovaite||p126|
|Integrity in Self-Organizing Societies: The Case of Libor|
|The Influence of Support by a Network with Structural Holes on the Performance of Student Startups|
|The Positive Impact of FDI in Many Sectors of The Economy that Kosovo but not in Living Standards and The Environment|
|IT Strategic Alignment Maturity levels in Kenya|
|Stanley Mwangi Chege||p203|
|Central and Eastern European Countries before and after the 2008 Financial Crisis: Economic Overview and Transportation Companies|
|Lembo Tanning, Toivo Tanning||p221|
|Wages and Salaries Administration as Motivational Tool in Nigerian Organisation (A Case Study of Nestle Nigeria PLC)|
|Olatunji Eniola Sule, Sarat Iyabo Amuni||p247|
|The Emergent Gen Y Workforce: Implications for Labour Nationalization Policies in the UAE and Saudi Arabia|
|Hwee Ling Lim||p267|
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