New issue of the Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review journal

The editorial team of Virtus Interpress is pleased to announce that the special issue of the journal Corporate Governance and Organizational Behavior Review has been published. This issue is represented by authors from several locations, including Italy, South Korea, the Philippines, Colombia, Albania, Jordan, and others.

Among others, the papers presented in this issue analyse such topics within corporate governance and organizational behavior: institutional theory, corporate social responsibility, economic, legal, ethical, and discretionary responsibility, work engagement, high-performance work systems, regulation, challenges, youth employment, entrepreneur, recycling industry, audit committee effectiveness, external auditor, customer satisfaction, service quality, accounting, auditing, independent auditing firms, board of directors, internationalization of companies, top management, pre-university education, heritage marketing, web marketing, digital skills, local government, public service quality, women legislators, motivation, organizational culture, civil servant performance, work performance, property tax, wealth accumulation, crisis leadership, agency theory, corporate performance, internal controls, managers, stock returns, default risk, financial markets, etc.

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The first paper by Tingting Sun offers mechanisms to ensure effective governance in China, where the legal infrastructure is weak and aims to provide a theoretically sound framework for firms and policymakers to integrate different levels of corporate governance practices as they contribute to better firm performance.

Normando Capulong Simon highlights the importance of customer retention and loyalty for the long-term success of the company and reveals that corporate social responsibility practices have a significant impact on branding and customer satisfaction.

The study by Asri Santosa, Suharnomo, and Mirwan Surya Perdhana examines the role of feeling trusted within the linkage between high-performance work systems and work engagement.

The purpose of the treatment of the paper by Naim Ismajli, Meriton Ismajli, and Adelina Gashi is to identify the barriers faced by the young people of Kosovo to enter the labor market.

Ajtene Avdullahi and Behxhet Shala, by reviewing the existing literature, aim to investigate linear economy and recycling as a necessary component of a circular economy in a transition economy such as the Kosovo case.

Mohammad K. Shbeilat reflects on the extent to which the auditors need to deal and communicate with a well-established audit committee, as the ultimate goal of the two parties is to ensure the robustness of the financial reports.

Duc Tai Do, Van Sang Dang, Van Dang Pham, Van Luyen Le, and Van Thanh Dang examine the relationship between service quality at local independent auditing firms and customer satisfaction.

Roberto Herrera-Barriga and Diana Escandon-Barbosa in their paper conduct a bibliometric review of the research on the relationship between boards of directors and the internationalization of companies.

The aim of the article by Menada Petro and Orneda Gega is to highlight the importance and benefits that come from the cooperation between teachers and principals. The study discusses how the relationship between teachers and the role of principals in these relationships, affects school performance.

The research by Mara Cerquetti and Annamaria Romagnoli investigates whether and how the wine industry in the Marche region (Italy) communicates its relationships with the milieu and cultural heritage on official websites.

Pranvera Dalloshi and Delvina Kyqyku highlight the importance of citizens’ information and communication technology skills for the acceleration of the digital economy, therefore the empirical analysis conducted examines the impact of different levels of digital skills on the digitalization of the economy.

Y Anni Aryani, Evi Gantyowati, An Nurrahmawati, Taufiq Arifin, and Sutaryo Sutaryo investigates the effect of woman’s representation in the local government head and legislative positions on public service quality in Indonesian local governments.

Muhammad Tahir Karepesina aims to analyze the influence of organizational culture and work motivation on the performance of civil servants in Indonesia.

Iswanti, Ujianto, and Slamet Riyadi conducted a study on ethical leadership, culture and public service motivation in organizational citizenship.

Fiyinfoluwa Giwa and Ireen Choga aim to investigate the effect of property tax on wealth accumulation.

Jeremiah M. Kapotwe, Nkombe Herman Bamata, and Maxwell A. Phiri investigate how Christian business leaders navigated the difficult and uncertain times of COVID-19 so that their companies thrived, retained their employees, and continued to operate successfully during a global economic crisis.

Tuan Tran Trung and Anh Huu Nguyen, in their study, conducted to investigate accounting information systems (AIS) and the impact of AIS on the corporate performance of joint stock commercial banks in Vietnam.

Le Quy Duong, Pham Dan Khanh, and Manh Dung Tran examine the relationship among default risk, size, and equity returns in the Vietnamese stock market, and compare the explanatory power of the default-risk factor to the size factor in asset pricing models.

We hope that you find this issue of the journal useful and that it is both informative and educational!