Top 5 Trending Business, management and accounting Papers in January 2019

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Top 5 Trending Business, Management and Accounting Papers in January 2019

During January we analysed millions of open access academic papers in Business, Management and Accounting to discover the top 5 articles being read by Mendeley users in the Business, Management and Accounting discipline. We believe these papers will have an impact on the influential academic papers of tomorrow.

Mendeley Trending considers the number of people reading a specific paper, the change in number of new readers within a timeframe and how recently the paper was published.

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A) Entrepreneurial self-efficacy: A systematic review of the literature on its antecedents and outcomes, and an agenda for future research (72 Readers)

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With increased emphasis being placed on entrepreneurial thinking and acting in today’s careers, we have witnessed growing research on entrepreneurial self-efficacy (ESE) over the last two decades. The present study provides a systematic review of the literature on the theoretical foundations, measurement, antecedents, and outcomes of ESE, and work which treats ESE as a moderator. Based on the review, an agenda for future research is developed and implications for entrepreneurship education and t…

Alexander Newman et al. in Journal of Vocational Behavior (2018)

B) Possibilities and Barriers for Using Electric-powered Vehicles in City Logistics Practice (104 Readers)

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This paper discusses the current developments, as well as the barriers and opportunities for using electric freight vehicles in daily city logistics operations based on the experiences from a number of running demonstrations. This paper discusses results from other studies and demonstrations that were published on electro mobility in city logistics in the last three years, as an update of an earlier state of the art review. Next, we present recent narratives based on the more than 100 electric f…

Hans Quak et al. in Transportation Research Procedia (2016)

C) Studying the links between organizational culture, innovation, and performance in Spanish companies (395 Readers)

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Innovation is considered to be one of the key factors that influence the long-term success of a company in the competitive markets of today. As a result, there is a growing interest in the further study of the determining factors of innovation. Today, the focus is on these factors related to people and behavior, emphasizing the role of organizational culture, as a factor that can both stimulate or restrain innovation, and therefore affect company performance. However, there is little empirical r…

Julia C. Naranjo-Valencia et al. in Revista Latinoamericana de Psicologia (2016)

D) An Industry 4.0 Research Agenda for Sustainable Business Models (281 Readers)

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In the Industry 4.0 world that is digitalizing and automating, sustainable business models exist but have not become mainstream. Opportunities for sustainable offerings exist by designing products for longevity, repair and recycling, such that sustainability is not only focusing on being more efficient, but also on using less raw materials and recycling more products. This changes the value proposition, supply chain, relation with the customer and financial justification of a business model. Thi…

Johannes Cornelis De Man et al. in Procedia CIRP (2017)

E) E-commerce Logistics in Supply Chain Management: Practice Perspective (229 Readers)

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E-commerce is booming with the development of new business model and will be continuously boosted in the several decades. With large number of enterprises carrying out E-commerce, logistics driven under the background has been largely influenced. This paper presents the state-of-the-art E-commerce logistics in supply chain management from a view of practice perspective. Worldwide implementations and corresponding models together with supporting techniques are reviewed in this paper. Typical E-co…

Ying Yu et al. in Procedia CIRP (2016)

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