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Gender Composition of the Upper Echelons and Firm Sustainability Performance: an Examination of Istanbul Stock Exchange Companies
(Cambridge Univ Press, 2020)
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Current and future challenges in polymeric nanomaterials for biomedical applications
Multifunctional therapeutic nanocarriers have a significant impact in today’s biomedical and pharmaceutical applications to develop personalized nanomedicines. Especially, polymeric therapeutic nanoparticles have great ...
THE FUTURE OF BIOENGINEERING: POSSIBLE NEW AREAS
(World Scientific Publ Co Pte Ltd, 2017)
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GING and Corporate Earnings
The third chapter, Chapter 3, signifies Goal Incongruence Problem (GING). It connects GING with corporate earnings in a way to come down to a commonly known and real-life-related accounting narrative. It focuses on and ...
The fifth chapter, Chapter 5, embraces two sections and shows the applications. The first section provides some analytical applications using the pillars of the game theory-rhetoric. The second section documents some ...
The fourth chapter, Chapter 4, is comprised of one section. It builds the model that has been already theorized in the preceding chapter. It analyses and strives on resolving the measurement issues while providing a real-life ...
Theory and Analysis
The second chapter, Chapter 2, is comprised of two sections. It theorizes the research question and develops a strong ground for the analytical investigations. The first section sets the main framework. It identifies the ...
The impact of human resource management functions on corporate image
In today’s competitive world, organizations which create a feasible difference in their operations enjoy a competitive edge. For an organization, in addition to the role of business administration functions in creating the ...
Leading and managing organizational change in chaos and complexity
According to chaos theory, in today’s world, we no longer live in a simple, stable and certain environment. As the chaos literature expands, the paradigm of control and equilibrium has almost left its place to the paradigm ...
Peripheral nerve tumors
(Springer New York, 2015)
Peripheral nerve tumors of the orbit arise from cranial nerves III, IV, V, and VI and the ciliary ganglion. These peripheral nerves, in contrast to the optic nerve, are ensheathed by Schwann cells. Some of these tumors may ...