Business Management and Strategy (BMS) is an internationally online journal, peer-reviewed, published by Macrothink Institute. The journal encourages and publishes papers in the fields of operations management, production management, strategic management, marketing, economics, financial, information technology management, business analysis, business strategy, business development, enterprise management, human resource management and relevant subjects.
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Vol 4, No 2 (2013)
Table of Contents
|External Quality Cues’ Impact on Developing Cigarette Brand Image|
|Tahmoures Hasangholipour, Mohsen Nazari, Mehdi Ghafoury||pp. 1-11|
|Shopping Habits, Brand Loyalty and Brand Preference: Exploring Consumers’ Behaviour during a Recession|
|Kelisha Govender, Krishna Govender||pp. 12-28|
|Sector Policy for Health and Medical Spa Tourism in Republic of Bulgaria|
|Dessislava Alexova, Jordan Jordanov||pp. 29-41|
|Analysis of Barriers to Successful of Computer Information Systems in Iran (Case Study: Iranian Banks)|
|Habib Roodsaz, Amirhossein behrooz, Amirhesam behrooz||pp. 42-66|
|Crisis Management: Lessons Learnt from the BP Deepwater Horizon Spill Oil|
|Mohamed MEJRI, Daniel DE WOLF||pp. 67-90|
|Effect of Management Behaviours and Environmental Dynamics on Market Orientation Behaviours among Botswana’s Small Service Firms|
|Olumide Olasimbo Jaiyeoba||pp.91-110|
|The Impact of Work Environment on the Average of Job Turnover in Five-Star Hotels in Al-Aqaba City|
|Mohammed A. Abu Rumman, Omar A. A. Jawabreh, Khaled M. K. Alhyasat, Husam M. J. Abu Hamour||pp. 111-128|
|Integration of Grey Relational Analysis and Goal Programming for Supplier selection and planning (Case Study from an Automotive Company)|
|Ahmad Jafarnejad Chaghooshi, Saeid karbasian||pp.129-155|
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