Guthrie, J. - Parker, L. (1998): "Managerialism" and "marketisation" in financial management change in Australia. In: Olson, O. - Guthrie, J. - Humphrey, C. (eds): Global Warning! Debating international developments in new public financial management
the appraisal of the university administrators ( Deem, Hillyard, Reed, & Reed, 2007 ). The managerialism, the ideology of universities becoming large enterprises, are mainly associated with them. The post-socialist “university business” does not have
compared to the Polish FADN that consists of commodity-oriented farms. Nevertheless, the significance of managerial skills for long-term development of agricultural holdings seems to be still important (e.g., Viira et al. 2013; Tóth 2011; Gloy – LaDue 2003
Authors:Mailasan Jayakrishnan, Abdul Karim Mohamad, and Mokhtar Mohd Yusof
-KM excellence framework for an industry is a lifetime experience. Thus, dynamics inside the industry are quickly changing. There is a huge divergence in managerial and workforce direction in the industry. With the expansion in the technology revolution, the
References from accounting doctoral course syllabi are used to construct a data base. Some type of syllabus in the areas of financial accounting, research methodology, behavioral accounting, managerial accounting, and information economics and agency theory was obtained from 49 schools. Syllabi references are used to rank accounting departments based on the author's place of employment and institution from which the doctorate was earned.
Authors:Marie-Jeanne Leemans, Marleen Maes, R. Rousseau, and Christel Ruts
Based on data collected by the authors in Flemish public libraries, we show how the negative binomial distribution (NBD) can be used as a trend distribution for library circulation data. Although actual data show more variation than simple statistics can explain, we recommend the use of the NBD for practical, managerial purposes. As a consequence we also recommend the teaching of these methods in introductory library management courses.