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Business, Management and Accounting

Our Business, Management and Accounting collection at Cambridge Scholars Publishing comprises texts not just in these core areas, but also in strategic management, travel and tourism, marketing and administration, and hospitality. The collection will be a crucial touchstone for academics working across these areas, as well as to senior business leaders needing to keep pace with the latest developments affecting their own practice.

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Corporate Fraud in Japan

In recent years, numerous incidents of corporate fraud have been reported in Japan. These have occurred at a number of world-famous Japanese companies, including Toshiba, Olympus, and Kobe Steel, among others. Needless to say, these companies already had a risk management system in place; the problem here is why these systems didn’...
£58.99

How to Manage Your Family Business

This book details ten of the most important aspects for success in a family business, and discusses how to begin the development of a common vision to deploy within the family firm. It uses the Middle East as an example of a patriarchy and its values, and how these may be transmitted to the family business and the next generation. ...
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Sustainable Tourism in Asia

This collection brings together papers presented at two international conferences on the theme of sustainable tourism in Hong Kong, namely the “International Conference on Sustainable Tourism and Resilient Communities”, held on 6-8 May 2015, and the “International Conference on Sustainable Tourism and Global-Local Understanding”, h...
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Perspectives on the Sharing Economy

Sharing instead of owning is one of the major trends in modern (business) life. By changing how people consume, the rise of the sharing economy has the potential to redefine the role of owners, consumers and producers, change their mode of transaction, create innovative business models, disrupt existing industries, and challenge political and regulative institutions. In addition to these practical implications, the sharing economy phenomenon represents a novel playground for theoretical advancement, attracting a multitude of research and researchers from different disciplines. While this can potentially open up new avenues for practice and theory to stimulate each other, they do not seem to go hand-in-hand at the moment. This volume brings together research from a wide variety of theoretical backgrounds and disciplines to encourage academic discourse on the sharing economy phenomenon. It comprises contributions that are grounded in different theoretical perspectives, including business history, economics, strategic management, organization studies, information systems, political science, legal studies, and economic geography. While all contributions focus on the sharing economy phenomenon, they examine the subject from different disciplinary angles. Together, they provide a coherent and comprehensive overview of research on the sharing economy.
£58.99

Proceedings of the BMU International Innovation Conference 2016

This volume brings together the proceedings of the BMU International Innovation Conference 2016, held in Delhi, India. The conference was attended by academicians from across the globe and included discussions with industry executives. The book will appeal to the academic fraternity in the fields of management, business and economics, in addition to practicing managers associated with innovation.
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Studies in Sports Coaching

This book highlights the ‘gritty’ reality of sports coaching, inclusive of its messy and contested, as well as its humorous and self-actualising, nature. The text is initially given over to a critical deconstruction of coaching as a socio-pedagogic endeavour, before a subsequent reconstruction in terms of how it can be done better. In being the first to provide a distinct theorisation of sports coaching, the book marks a ground-breaking clearing of some of the conceptual fog that remains around the activity, and claims back for coaching some of the definitional rights conceded to other disciplines.
£64.99

The Driving Trends of International Business in the 21st Century

Based on ongoing research at IDRAC Business School (France) and drawing from guest lectures at international partner universities, this volume discusses the changing landscape of 21st century business. Written by scholars and practitioners across the globe, it covers a number of business-related issues, ranging from contemporary consumer trends to management styles, underscoring the notion of the global village and drawing attention to subtle differences. The book will appeal to undergraduates, postgraduates and managers who have an interest in how theories can be used to explain and identify the changes taking place in the global, online business environment.
£61.99
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