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Jun 20, 2023Open    Access

Research on Strategic Transformation Path Adjustment of Small and Medium-Sized Food Enterprises

Chuchu Qiu, Xuanyu Pan
Nowadays, we are in a new era of the digital economy, and all enterprises are facing the challenges of new industries, new business models and other endless problems. Facing the changing environment and the wide application of information technology, small and medium-sized food enterprises have more diverse choices when facing strategic adjustment, and how to make strategic adjustment paths will become the key issue in their transformations and developments. However, by reading a large amount of...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.10, 2023

Aug 03, 2021Open    Access

The Success of Top Professional Athletes Is Not Only Success in Sports

Raul Matsushita, Leandro Nascimento, Sergio Da Silva
Professional athletes are a scalable occupation that potentially allows them to make money without an equivalent increase in labor and time because they become celebrity influencers. Earnings above medians of scalable occupations show considerable variation because the right tail of their distributions decays as a power law. This fact implies that professional athletes’ labor markets are of the winner-take-all type. We take data from Forbes magazine of the world’s top 100 highest-paid athletes f...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Apr 02, 2021Open    Access

Personal Entrepreneurial Skills of Public School Teachers

Geena Baltazar Hipolito
In the Philippines, teachers tend to find other sources of income due to some financial circumstances. With this, some teachers were entrepreneurs (termed as teacherpreneur) during break time and after office hours. This paper determined the profile of the teacher-entrepreneurs and identified the Personal Entrepreneurial Capabilities (PEC) of the aspiring Teacher-Entrepreneurs. Further, this paper assessed the Personal Entrepreneurial Capabilities of the teacher-entrepreneurs as startup for busi...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Mar 23, 2021Open    Access

A Case Study of the Organization and Management of Bongabon Market Vendors Multi-Purpose Cooperative

Fhrizz S. De Jesus, Cleah F. Dela Cruz
This study described the Case of the Organization and Management of Bongabon Market Vendors Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BMVMPC). Specifically, it looked into the problems encountered of the Bongabon Market Vendor and analyzed how four Functions of Management contributes the problem of the Cooperative Market Vendor. This study used the descriptive-evaluative method and total enumeration for its sampling procedure. As to its findings, to ensure the respondents’ profitability and longevity, they “al...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Feb 26, 2021Open    Access

Spending Habits of Public School Teachers in Palayan City

Fhrizz S. De Jesus, Margie B. De Jesus
As the salary rise for teachers has been an on-going issue, the researchers studied the spending habits of the teaching personnel and their reasons in borrowing money from financing institutions. This study was conducted in twenty-two public schools in Palayan City with a total of one hundred seventy-seven teaching personnel as respondents. Descriptive research was used in this study through survey questionnaire and interview method in order to reveal the relationship between variables and to an...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Feb 20, 2020Open    Access

Emotional-Cognitive Overconfidence and Gender

Gustavo Maia, Daniel Bonfim, Sergio Da Silva
We study the role gender plays in emotional and cognitive overconfidence in a consumer-choice environment. Regardless of age, we find in our sample that males show more emotional and cognitive overconfidence than females do. However, older females are more overconfident in both emotional and cognitive terms. This result can be rationalized by the fact that older females have an edge on their immune system.
Open Access Library J.   Vol.7, 2020

Dec 12, 2019Open    Access

Willful Blindness and Dishonesty

Sergio Da Silva, Raul Matsushita, Thayana Goncalves
Willful blindness refers to situations where people choose not to look or not to question. We investigate the relationship between willful blindness and honesty using a sample of random participants to respond to two questionnaires. We contrast the responses reported with the intrinsic dis-honesty of the group (the extent to which people lie when they are assured they cannot be caught). To measure intrinsic honesty, we conduct a d
Open Access Library J.   Vol.6, 2019

Oct 16, 2019Open    Access

Inflation Forecasting: Rewarding Luck Rather Than Skill?

Sergio Da Silva, Raul Matsushita, Geziel Fernández
The Central Bank of Brazil annually rewards the top 5 private forecasters of the long run price index “aiming at improving their predictive ability.” We review the The Central Bank of Brazil annually rewards the top 5 private forecasters of the long run price index “aiming at improving their predictive ability.” We review the evidence of their performance and cannot reject the hypothesis that
Open Access Library J.   Vol.6, 2019

Aug 02, 2019Open    Access

Role of Regression to the Mean and Loss Aversion in Brazilian Soccer Club Performance

Leon Esquierro, Sergio Da Silva
Causal explanations are often favored to explain club performance in soccer tournaments, and the role that luck plays is usually neglected. Here, we consider three recent seasons of the first-division Brazilian soccer league to examine the relative importance to club success of loss aversion (a causal explanation) and regression to the mean (luck). We find that club performance depends on both, and quantify this finding.
Open Access Library J.   Vol.6, 2019

Jun 05, 2019Open    Access

The Influence of Psychotropic Drugs on Investor Overconfidence

Marcia Zindel, Gabriel Ribeiro, Carlos H. Rocha, Sergio Da Silva
We study the effects of the self-reported intake of stimulants, depressants and hallucinogens on investor overconfidence. A total of 105 investors participated. We find that the frequency of drug use did not affect overcon-fidence. However, overconfidence was correlated with the use of psycho-tropic drugs in our sample; regardless of type, we find a positive correlation of 15 percent. Correlation of investor overconfidence with st
Open Access Library J.   Vol.6, 2019


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