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03.12.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: Ride-sharing; Carpooling; Sustainable transport; Integer programming. Author(s): Mitja Štiglic, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics; Niels Agatz, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam School of Management; Martin Savelsbergh, H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology; Mirko Gradisar, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics. Purpose: We design and implement an algorithm that […]


05.11.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: Supply-chain management, Dynamic capabilities, Business models, Knowledge sharing. Author(s): prof. Peter Trkman, PhD, Marko Budler, mag. gosp. inž. & prof. Aleš Groznik, PhD Abstract: Purpose This paper aims to extend the topics from a 2007 paper to stimulate debate on strategic issues vital for the long-term success of supply chains (SCs). The authors upgraded […]


19.10.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: Bibliometrics; Co-citation; Bibliographic Coupling; Science Mapping. Author(s): Ivan Župič, Cobik and University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics; Tomaž Čater, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics. Abstract: We aim to develop a meaningful single-source reference for management and organization scholars interested in using bibliometric methods for mapping research specialties. Such methods introduce a measure of objectivity into […]


30.06.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: personality; big five; entrepreneur; entrepreneurship. Author(s): Boštjan Antončič, PhD, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics; Tina Bratkovič Kregar, PhD, University of Primorska, Faculty of management; Gangaram Singh, PhD, San Diego State University; Alex F. DeNoble, PhD, San Diego State University. Abstract: Entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship are important for new wealth creation and economic development. Yet […]


05.05.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: aggregate productivity; decomposition. Author(s): Marc J. Melitz, Harvard University Sašo Polanec, Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana Abstract: We propose an extension of the Olley and Pakes (1996) productivity decomposition that accounts for the contributions of surviving, entering, and exiting firms to aggregate productivity changes. We argue that the other decompositions that break down […]


23.03.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: Customer orientation; Business process management; Servitization; Customer centricity; Service blueprint. Author(s): Peter Trkman (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics), Willem Mertens, Stijn Viaene (both Vlerick Business School & KU Leuven), Paul Gemmel (Ghent University). Abstract: Purpose The purpose of this paper is to argue that in order to achieve customer centricity through business process […]


16.03.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: Transaction costs, economic growth, legal institutions, new institutional economics. Author(s): Mitja Kovač, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics, Slovenia Rok Spruk, Department of economic and social history, Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands and University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics, Slovenia Abstract: This paper seeks to quantify the impact of transaction costs on cross-country economic growth. Our evidence […]


20.01.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: Entrepreneurial university; Technology and knowledge transfer; Entrepreneurially oriented university department; Entrepreneurial academic activities; Traditional academic activities; Cross-cultural study. Author(s): Barbara Kalar; Boštjan Antončič, PhD (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics, Slovenia) Abstract: This paper aims to provide an insight into academics’ perceptions of an entrepreneurial university. In spite of all the initiatives, environmental changes and […]


19.01.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: Sustainable tourism; Responsible tourism; Responsustable tourism; CSR; Behavioural economics; Triple-A Model. Author(s): Tanja Mihalič (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics, Slovenia) Abstract: Despite several decades of academic and practical debate on tourism sustainability, its application in practice remains difficult. The dominant tourism discourse on sustainability (theory, seen as a concept) and responsibility (practice, understood […]


07.01.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: Business value of IT; Strategic IS management; Business intelligence systems; Information utilization; Information-sharing values. Author(s): Aleš Popovič (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics, Slovenia), Ray Hackney (Brunel University, Business School, UK), Pedro Simões Coelho (Universidade NOVA, ISEGI, Portugal), Jurij Jaklič (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics, Slovenia). Abstract: Although the constituents of information systems […]


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