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  • Tarhini, A.; Chedrawi, C. (2019-09-16)
    One of the major threats facing the Lebanese Armed Forces today and in the coming decade is their ability to defend their cyber systems and protect their big data from intruders’ attacks. Today, we are living in a digital ...
  • Ammous, Saifedean (2018-03-23)
    This paper explains the functioning of “blockchain technology” and critically assesses its potential role in improving services in banking, contracts, and database systems. Comparing blockchain to the current best practice ...
  • Dah, Mustafa A.; Frye, Melissa B.; Hurst, Matthew (2016-05-26)
    The board independence requirements enacted in conjunction with the Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) provided motivation for firms that were already compliant with the regulations to alter their board structure. We consider ...
  • Dah, Mustafa A.; Hurst, Matthew (2017-02-28)
    This paper tests the effect of an exogenous shock, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) of 2002, on the structure of corporate boards and their efficiency as a monitoring mechanism. The results suggest an increase in the participation ...
  • Jizi, Mohammad; Nehme, Rabih; Melhem, Cynthia (2021-11-30)
    Purpose The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries form a unique socioeconomic environment that makes the conclusions of the prior literature not likely to be applicable. GCC countries have huge oil reserves, yet they ...
  • Jizi, Mohammad Issam; Nehme, Rabih (2020-12-03)
    Purpose There is a growing attention toward the importance of women’s participation on corporate boards in enhancing board governance and decision-making quality. The literature lacks sufficient empirical evidence on the ...
  • Dah, Mustafa A.; Al Dah, Bilal; Zantout, Mohammad Hani (2018-03-16)
    The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and exchange listing requirements led to an increase in the percentage of independent members on company boards. The literature offers mixed evidence on the effect of board independence on ...
  • Dah, Mustafa; Jizi, Mohammad; Sbeity, Sadim (2018-03-16)
    Purpose The imposition of the Sarbanes Oxley Act and the NYSE/NASDAQ regulations boosted the proportion of independent directors serving on corporate boards. For certain firms, increasing the number of independent directors ...
  • Dah, Mustafa A.; Jizi, Mohammad I. (2018-07-30)
    The recent decade of scandals, financial crisis, and loss in moral values questioned the soundness of firms' governance structure and held them more accountable to their societies. This put corporate boards under increased ...
  • Jizi, Mohammad; Nehme, Rabih (2020-12-03)
    Purpose This paper aims to examine whether CEO/chair dual roles influence board monitoring-audit fees nexus. The impact of corporate governance on audit fees literature is lacking in the banking sector, which is subject ...
  • El-Khalil, Raed; Taraman, K.; Taraman, S. (2018-03-26)
  • Chi Cui, Charles; Mrad, Mona; Hogg, Margaret K. (2020-01-16)
    Brand addiction is one of the most important ways that consumers engage with brands. Other types of consumer-brand relationships include brand attachment, brand love, brand loyalty, brand passion and brand trust. This study ...
  • Mrad, Mona; Chi Cui, Charles (2020-01-16)
    Purpose: This paper aims to develop a definition of brand addiction and a valid brand addiction scale (BASCALE). Design/methodology/approach The authors used focus-group results to define brand addiction and generate ...
  • Ramadan, Zahy B. (2020-01-16)
    Marketing has evolved from being mainly transactional based to relationship driven. As social media platforms facilitated a two-way communication channel between brands and consumers, they also made it possible for brands ...
  • Itani, Omar S.; Goad, Emily A.; Jaramillo, Fernando (2020-03-11)
    Despite its importance in sales, listening is an overlooked concept in research with limited empirical studies examining the construct since the work conducted by Castleberry and Shepherd (1993) and Ramsey and Sohi (1997). ...
  • Dibeh, Ghassan (2016-05-17)
    The postwar business cycle in Lebanon was dominated by the exchange rate based stabilization (ERBS) program implemented by the successive postwar governments. In the early period 1993–2002, a boom-bust dynamics was generated ...
  • Unknown author (Business Science Reference, 2018-03-20)
    Education is one of the most consistent and powerful correlates to the development of moral judgment in individuals. Education builds theoretical and some practical basics for making more effective ethical decisions. ...
  • Unknown author (Business Science Reference, 2018-03-20)
  • Beyrouti, Nouri; Hejase, Ale Jose; Raslan, Mohammad; Hamdar, Bassam; Hejase, Hussin Jose (2018-03-16)
    Business ethics is one of the most discussed topics in this millennium, and one of the most conflicting subjects. Unfortunately, people nowadays believe that ethics is not related to any type of religion, but is a habit ...
  • Unknown author (Business Science Reference, 2018-03-20)
    Bribes are mainly directed at government officials, although they could be directed at the employees and managers of business firms. However, bribery appears to be a self-defined crime. Bribery of small public sector ...

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