New issue of the Corporate & Business Strategy Review journal

The editorial team is honoured to publish a new issue of the journal Corporate & Business Strategy Review. We hope this issue will enable the readers to outline the new and most challenging issues of research in corporate governance and business strategies.

The studies published in this new issue analyze such crucial issues as corporate governance, virtual banking, financial technology, digital economy, digitization, cyber security, equity investors, risk perception, risk management committee, financial sectors, company performance, managerial ownership, institutional ownership, foreign ownership, government ownership, ownership concentration, socio-economic identities, financial industry, stock returns, intellectual capital, audit quality, auditor reporting, governance policy, start-ups, business, entrepreneurship, sustainability, strategic orientation, entrepreneurial orientation, small and medium enterprises, electronic human resources, e-training and development, e-recruitment, organizational development, crisis management, decision-making, information and communication technology, strategy development, strategic management accounting, accountant qualifications, strategy formulation and implementation, competitive advantage, competitive intelligence, etc.

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Ruangchan Thetlek, Tanpat Kraiwanit, Pongsakorn Limna, Yarnaphat Shaengchart, and Papon Moolngearn aim to explore virtual banking adoption in Thailand, using a qualitative approach.

Navajit Borah and Awungshi Yarso attempt to examine the relationship between equity investors’ socio-economic identities and their perceived risk in the emerging market.

Eduard Ary Binsar Naibaho and Apriani Simatupang study the impact arising from the uncertainties created by the COVID-19 pandemic caused by the Indonesian government restrictions policy on stock returns of the sample companies.

Tshilidzi Eric Nenzhelele aims to establish the formalisation of competitive intelligence in the South African real estate sector, following a quantitative research methodology.

Chao Meng, Dewi Fariha Abdullah, Saleh F. A. Khatib, and Norhalimah Idris investigate the relationship between intellectual capital with audit quality among China’s top 100 accounting firms and if the extent of association varies between intellectual capital components and audit quality.

Karuniana Dianta Arfiando Sebayang, Agus Wibowo, Saparuddin Mukhtar, and Bagus Shandy Narmaditya assess how government policies influence the readiness of young people to become entrepreneurs and involve motivation and risk perception as mediators.

Hameed Ali Saleh, Ali Razzaq Ali, Abbas Naser Saadoon Almshabbak, Hussein Kadhim Sharaf, Hussein Falah Hasan, and Ali Saad Alwan delve into the dynamic relationship between auditor-client proximity and its effect on audit quality and punctuality of auditor reports.

Ririn Wulandari, I Putu Doddy, and Lasmi Indaryani approach to evaluate the role of the quality of services offered by a hospital in predicting customer satisfaction.

Ahmad Marei, Najwa Ashal, Azzam Abou-Moghli, Luay Daoud, and Abdalwali Lutfi try to measure the mediating influence of sustainability on the link between strategic orientation and organizational performance.

Etty Soesilowati, Muhammad Alfian Mizar, Evi Susanti, Inaya Sari Melati, and Ita Nuryana aim to identify how a small enterprise responds the market changes in the post-pandemic market and how to build new strategies based on the changes.

In the context of the banking industry’s digital transition in the OECD, Aws AlHares, Zahra Zaerinajad, and Mohammed Al Bahr estimate consumer knowledge of and satisfaction with cyber security.

Maryam Jassim Alhelal and Nadia Abdelhamid Abdelmegeed Abdelwahed deal with the question of bolstering potent organizational development through electronic human resources in private business.

Nouha Amrani, Mouhcine Tallaki, Mohamed Hemmi, and Enrico Bracci employ a qualitative approach through a case study method to explore strategies and decision-making in local authorities in time of the pandemic.

Rateb Mohammad Alqatamin, Mohammad Abdullah Altawalbeh, and Mohammad K. Shbeilat focus on the association between specific attributes of risk management committees and the performance of financial companies listed on the Amman Stock Exchange.

Kien Nguyen Duc, Cong Dinh Nguyen, and Phan Nguyen Thai describe the adoption and impact of coping strategies within the manufacturing sector in the context of pandemic disruptions.

Farrukh Nawaz, Khalil Abu Saleem, and Umar Kayani present a policy-based where they review the existing literature on the industrialization pursuits of China under the MIC 2025 and analyze the impact of the US-China trade war on global supply chains.

Prabhudatt Dwivedi, Ganesh Prasad Sahu, Vivekanand Singh, and Vikas Patel aim to develop a strategy for the adoption of information and communication technology in small and medium enterprises of India.

Talal Fawzi Alruwaili, Ebrahim Mohammed Al-Matari, Mahfoudh Hussein Mgammal, and Nasareldeen Hamed Ahmed Alnor aim to inspect the connection between a company’s ownership structure and corporation performance.

Thao Thi Thu Do and Ngoc Hung Tran outline the drivers behind adopting strategic management accounting and its consequential effects on the performance of listed Vietnamese firms.

Emmanuel Mutambara, Thembelihle Anetter Hlophe, and Lungile Ntombela highlight employees’ perception of the organisational strategy process towards bridging the gap between management and non-management employees in strategy formulation and implementation.

Hajrije Kastrati and Taulant Kastrati analyze the effect of strategic management on the competitive advantage of business.

Maria Glenda O. De Lara and Angelo R. Santos adopt a mixed-method approach to unveil a robust move towards digitization, emphasizing the growing role of online learning and communication platforms in the modern educational business model.

We are grateful to all the scholars who have contributed to this issue, and we hope that you find this issue of the journal useful, informative and interesting.