Development and Survival Strategies in Jordan and the Contribution of Female-Owned Firms to Domestic Economic Growth in Turkey
This paper will help you to determine where to strive and in a way how to make changes to the cultures. Types of semi similar Cultures between two ethics - man and women have also been exemplified with diversity synthesis oriented on both Jordanian and Turkish local economic growth with a perspective on development, survival strategies and the role of woman owned firms/industries. The findings demonstrate that self-efficacy could represent an important individual trait for examining whistleblowing issues. Internal whistleblowing is becoming an important organizational consideration in many areas of survival strategy.
Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 3-4 ()
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