Auditor Client Relationship and Audit Quality: the Effects of Long-term Auditor Client Relationship on Audit Quality in SMES (Management Project)

Different scandals around the globe during the past, in specific during the last decade, have intrigued the stakeholders to question the roles of both auditors and management. But most of the fingers since then have been raised on the role of auditors, because it is the auditors who are entrusted with the responsibility to detect any errors or frauds in […]

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The Influence of Logistics Outsourcing on Supply Chain Management (Management Project)

This research work as part of a Master thesis aims to analyse the potential influence of outsourced logistics function on supply chain management from a strategic perspective. To carry out this thesis work a survey is designed to collect all the necessary data, in order to investigate the influence of outsourced logistics activities. The survey targets professionals in the area […]

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The Role of Entrepreneurial Networking on Internationalization of a Micro-sized Born Global Swedish Fashion Company: A Narrative Ethnographic Research (Management Project)

In recent studies a lot of attention is drawn to the connection between networking and entrepreneurship. Many scholars consider successful business and networking inseparable. Taking into consideration the topicality of the two notions discussed above the authors of this thesis decided to conduct the research dedicated to these phenomena in the field that interests them most – in the field […]

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The Battle of DTAC in Thailand’s Mobile Phone Operator Market (Management Project)

Strategic question: How can DTAC gain higher market share by focusing on customers in Bangkok? Purpose: The purpose of this research is to investigate, analyze current competition between DTAC and other competitors with customer insight in order to find out the possibility for DTAC to gain more market share in Thai telecommunication market by focusing on customers in Bangkok area. […]

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Management of international transfer of innovative technologies in the enterprise (Civil Project)

The objective is to clarify the concept of technology transfer and the accompanying components to deliver them to the reader. The object of this paper is to study technology transfer. The subject of this paper is to study the concept of international transfer of innovative technologies in the enterprise. Methods (procedures) study. In the process of writing a study used […]

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Entrepreneurship in a Global Context: Case Studies from Start-ups in China, Lebanon and Sweden (Management Project)

In this study, we have investigated what skill sets entrepreneurs apply in order to become entrepreneurs, how entrepreneurs are influenced by globalisation and how they overcome societal barriers in their countries. The study consists of case studies with entrepreneurs from three firms in China, Lebanon and Sweden. It examines the societal barriers in each country, as well as what skill […]

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Strategic Management of Higher Education Enterprises (Management Project)

Educational institutions are becoming increasingly important for regional and national economies. Recent developments in Europe have drawn attention to the need for elite institutions. After a long domestic debate, Germany appointed three of its universities to Eliteunis in the fall of 2006. Similar discussions and initiatives have taken place in Finland and Denmark. In 2007, the Swedish university chancellor, Anders […]

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Innovation Crowdsourcing: Exploring the Use of an Innovation Intermediary (Management Project)

Background: With the Open Innovation paradigm come new hopes for innovating companies. The ability to tap a global network of experts can, at least in theory, have a significant impact on an organization’s competitive strength. Before such a ‘network of experts’ can be used to its full potential however, a number of challenges related to knowledge markets seem to need […]

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Achieving Successful Cross-Cultural and Management Integration: The experience of Lenovo and IBM (Management Project)

With social structure and technology rapidly changing, business globalization has been regarded as a worldwide trend. While there have been many cases and literature on management of culture integration for merger and acquisition from a Western perspective, few have discussed cultural integration in an Asian context. This study provides a case study of cultural integration strategies Lenovo has undertaken to […]

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Cutting out the Middleman (Management Project)

The Swedish sawmill industry is changing, and sawmills are increasingly pursuing disintermediation opportunities internationally. However, little is known, theoretically nor practically, regarding what is influencing sawmills in their pursuit of disintermediation. This thesis investigates how the disintermediation opportunities in the sawmill industry is changing international operations, and the applied export choices made as a result of the phenomenon. Results show […]

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