Monarch Business School Switzerland is proud to release Volume 2, Issue 1 of the Monarch Research Paper Series as of January, 2023. The issue highlights articles, thesis and dissertation summaries as well as doctoral research proposals. It highlights the collaborative work completed between Candidates and Faculty. Volume 1 – Issue 1 | Volume 2 – …
Monarch is happy to announce that Professor Dr. Karina Ochis has been published in “Insights” the online magazine of AACSP accreditation agency.
The article highlights that a business’s long-term success depends on the willingness and ability of its employees to work effectively together. But today’s companies must manage four generations of employees: boomers and members of Generations X, Y, and Z. All four have different attitudes about work, careers, and personal commitment.
This study employs the gravity model to estimate the extent of the contribution of six African trade blocs to the global economy using the gravity model spanning from 1980 to 2018. The gravity equation that models the export contributions of the six selected African RECs to the global export is estimated. The estimated gravity model reveals that the long run estimations show that the coefficient estimate for SACU and ECCAS are insignificant in the long run while SACU, EAC and ECCAS as RECs, have insignificant contribution to export in the short run.
It is with great pleasure that Monarch Business School announces that Doctoral Graduate, Dr. Pramela Nair Panthallor, has recently published her doctoral dissertation with Springer. Dr. Panthallor worked along with her dissertation supervisor Dr. Hassan Qudrat-Ullah in preparing the manuscript for publication. The name of the book reflects the original title of the dissertation: “Operational …
Africa is wealthy beneath the soil. Gold, diamonds, and other precious natural resources have, from ancient times, pulled people from all over the world to Africa, and yet the masses whose feet tread on such riches are being led on unknown paths with virtually nothing to show to the world but poverty. The worsening situation regarding poverty, unemployment, hunger, violence, illiteracy, disease, environmental degradation, etc. pose a security threat not only for the people of Africa but the entire world.
It is with pleasure that Monarch Business School Switzerland highlights the latest book by Doctoral Candidate Ms. Karin Ochis. The book is titled, The Impact of Virtual Reality on Political Marketing and deals with showcasing and evaluating the nexus between virtual reality and political marketing.
It is with pleasure that Monarch Business School highlights the latest book by Dr. Justin Kennedy. The book is titled, “Brain Reboot” and deals with creating happiness, performing better and being healthier. Dr. Kennedy is a Professor of Organizational Behavior. He holds a Doctor of Professional Studies with Monarch Business School Switzerland as well as a Bachelor of Social Science in Psychology from Rhodes University, SA. He is also a member of the Psychological Society of South Africa.
During the course of a PhD program Candidates often ask the question as to when it is the best time for them to publish. This can be a simple and yet a complicated question to answer. Several aspects must be taken in to consideration. Below, an attempt is made to address the major issues faced …
This study was undertaken with the objective to understand Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) practice in domestic enterprises (DEs) and multinational enterprises (MNEs) in the country context of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).
F. Hayek is known as an economist and a political philosopher who provided a specific social theory based on the idea of spontaneous order. This order state comes from a process that Hayek called ‘catallaxy’and that results from a particular phenomenon of emergence. In this context, social systems such as money, market or language are presented as spontaneous orders, resulting from a particular evolutionary process of society. Although Hayek is well known to be an opponent of importation of physical concepts into economics, this article proposes a parallel between the Hayekian theory and a new field called ‘econophysics’. More precisely, I will show how the way of characterizing the phenomenon of emergence by econophysicists might, to some extent, be an analytical characterization of the Hayekian emergence. This claim will be explained and illustrated with the presentation of econophysical works describing money and language as a spontaneous order taking the form of a power law. The last section will discuss the debates about the methodological relevance to associate Hayek’s theory with an area of knowledge coming from physics and the potential\economic implications of such a rapprochement.