Emerald Open Research: Volume 1 Issue 4 , Open Access

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Table of contents - Special Issue: Responsible Management

COVID-19 and airline performance in the Asia Pacific region

James Peoples, Muhammad Asraf Abdullah, NurulHuda Mohd Satar

Health risks associated with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) have severely affected the financial stability of airline companies globally. Recapturing financial stability…

Proposing a new method to solve line balancing bottleneck problem in the single-model line

Maha A. Alrawi

Many problems occur when assigning tasks to work centres, especially in determining the required number of workstations for line balancing which requires a minimum theoretical…

The social implications, risks, challenges and opportunities of big data

Bayo Olushola Omoyiola

The effects of big data in this present age are highly significant, and big data have become more applicable to society. Big data technology has been adopted by many, and its…

The impact of emerging technologies on work: a review of the evidence and implications for the human resource function

Emma Parry, Valentina Battista

Popular media suggests that technological advancement will continue to have a dramatic effect on work, but it is difficult to distinguish between the hype surrounding this and the…

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The needs of freelancers and the characteristics of “gigs”: creating beneficial relations between freelancers and their hiring organizations

Melody Barlage, Arjan van den Born, Arjen van Witteloostuijn

More and more workers in Western economies are operating as freelancers in the so-called “gig economy”, moving from one project – or gig – to the next. A lively debate revolves…

COVID-19 lockdown controls and human rights abuses: the socioeconomic and social marketing implications

Ben Odigbo, Felix Eze, Rose Odigbo, Joshua Kajang

Background: This work is a situation analysis of reported human rights abuses that have characterized the COVID-19 controls and lockdown in some countries of the world. This is as…

Success of the “first-time first-line manager”: model development and validation

Haresh Raulgaonkar

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to identify the factors involved in the success of a ‘first-time first-line Manager’ (FTFLM), and establish a model for the success of a…

Portraying gender in external marketing communication, using the example of a fair fashion label

Juliane Lohmann, Marina Schmitz, Silvia Damme

The topics of gender and sustainability are firmly anchored within a social discourse. Based on both factors, customers are placing demands on companies and have specific ideas on…

The COVID-19 pandemic and corporate social responsibility of Korean global firms: from the perspective of stakeholder theory

Soyeon Kim

Background: The ongoing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has caused tremendous socio-economic problems. All societies worldwide were faced with an emergency situation…

Responsible management on the organizational frontline: a stewardship perspective

Ko de Ruyter, Debbie Keeling

Responsible management has become a business imperative in an era of growing governmental and public scrutiny of managerial practices and accountability. Top-down attempts at…

How leaders can manage the disruption caused by the pandemic

Mathew Donald

Organisations have over time adopted conservative, structured and controlled processes to manage and achieve goals set with their stakeholders. Contrary to that, an environment of…

Financial literacy as a mediator of personal financial health during COVID-19: a structural equation modelling approach

Swati Anand, Kushendra Mishra, Vishal Verma, Taruna Taruna

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has become a global humanitarian challenge. This scourge has impacted people from all walks of life as well as every economic…

The winners and losers in the race to environmental sustainability: a ranking of Summer Olympic International Federation progress

Dominique Santini, Holly Henderson

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to consolidate knowledge and benchmark the progress being made across the 32 International Federations (IFs) in the Summer Olympic…

Business and management research themes and impact

Paul A. Phillips, Stephen Page, Joshua Sebu

This paper examines the theoretical issues and research themes of business and management impact. Our empirical setting is the UK Research Excellence Framework 2014 (REF 2014) and…

Methodology to categorize the research output of academic institutions, through the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Patricio Cortes-Rodriguez, Renzo Rondanelli-Delpiano, Paola Santander-Meneses, Ricardo Vilches-Vargas

Background: This article presents a methodology to categorize scientific publications according to the targets of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United…

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