Global Issues in Business and Organization Studies

This collection highlights six main aspects of global issues in business and organization studies, including the digital side of governmental processes. It also explores wellbeing at work through the development of a questionnaire as an alternative to the impractical wellbeing model. In addition, the volume analyzes the organizational behavior of ISIS and offers insights into secrecy by analyzing several scenes from John Grisham’s The Firm. The collection then considers marketing innovations in the context of global markets and presents sustainability in the global food industry. The volume serves to demonstrate a number of factors that can have an effect on organization processes and business operations.

Erhan Aydin is an Associate Professor of Management and Organisation at Usak University, Turkey, and IPAG Business School Paris, France. He received his PhD from Brunel Business School, UK, and his MSc from Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey. He also served as Recognized Visiting Researcher at Said Business School of the University of Oxford from 2016 to 2017. His research interests include diversity, equality and inclusion at organisations, Human Resources Management (HRM), and e-HRM.

Mushfiqur Rahman is a Lecturer in Leadership and Human Resources Management (HRM) at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David London, UK. He has conducted numerous formal training and professional development programs, and his research focus is HRM, e-HRM, and work-life balance. He has published work in the International Journal of Human Resource Management and Journal of Business Ethics.

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Olusoyi Richard Ashaye

Erhan Aydin

Yusuf Cinar

Ilkay Tas Gursoy

Mohamed Haffar

Pinar Işildar

Hulya Kurgun

Asli Emine Ozen

Demet Bagiran Ozseker

Mushfiqur Rahman

Andrew P. Smith

Hugo N. Smith

Ahmet Suner

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ISBN: 1-5275-7126-2

ISBN13: 978-1-5275-7126-6

Release Date: 8th September 2021

Pages: 160

Price: £58.99