International Journal of Industrial and Business Management


An Empirical Study on the Influencing Factors of Interconnected Costs between Organizations

Research Article of International Journal of Industrial and Business Management An Empirical Study on the Influencing Factors of Interconnected Costs between Organizations Chen Qilong1*,Pan Xiao2 1CPC Nantong Municipal Committee Organization Department. 2School of Economics,Nantong Polytechnic College. With the development of the times, the competition between enterprises and enterprises in the traditional mode has been transformed into competition between the supply chain and other supply chains, and enterprises are in-creasingly focusing on cooperation with other companies in the supply chain. And to be able to cooperate better, organizations and organizations have to consider the cost, especially the cost of the problem after the cooperation. How to define and reduce this cost is an important factor for the organization to achieve higher returns in the supply chain. Based on this problem, this paper focuses on the definition of inter-organizational interconnection costs and its influencing factors, and conducts relevant empirical analysis. Keywords: Supply chain,cooperation,Interconnectedness,Cost Fund project: Research on Open Accounting and Trust and Control Interconnection Based on Inter-Organiza-tion Cost Management(10YJA630027),Ministry of Education Humanities and Social Sciences General Project ...

Analysis of reasons for audit failure and study of preventive strategies

Research Article of International Journal of Industrial and Business Management Analysis of reasons for audit failure and study of preventive strategies Song Longfei School of Economics and Management, Huainan Normal University, Huainan 232001, China Using 2007-2017, securities regulatory commission announced on the administrative penalty, penalty and certified public accountant firm in the audit failure penalty as the research sample, respectively, from the audit failure of violating the frequency of the auditing standards, registered public accounting firm scale and the relationship between the financial fraud and audit failure three aspects to discusses the reasons of audit failure. It is found that "audit evidence" and "verification" account for a large proportion of audit failures. There is a positive correlation between the size of firms and audit quality, and the proportion of audit failures in "big firms" is low. There is no correlation between financial fraud and audit failure. , In view of the reasons for the audit failure, this paper puts forward some preventive strategies. , Keywords: audit failure; Auditing standards; Firm size; Financial fraud ...

Valuation of Electricity Swing Options by Bilevel Model

Research Article of International Journal of Industrial and Business Management Valuation of Electricity Swing Options by Bilevel Model Mingzhu Wu School of Management, Shanghai University, Shanghai 310113, China. Since the electric power cannot be stored for long time, the spot prices of electricity are extremely volatile. In order to control risks, it is necessary to introduce financial derivatives into electricity markets. This paper mainly studies the pricing of electricity swing options, which are widely applied in financial markets for electricity. Through finite difference and discretization of transaction time and price, the issue of swing option pricing is transformed to a linear complementary problem. At the same time, the optimization model is established by combining optimal behaviors of swing option buyers. Finally, through the actual data of electricity futures, above model and algorithm are used to simulate the pricing of swing options. Keywords: Swing options; Electricity market; Complementary model ...

Improving Industry- University R and D Partnership Project Management: A Pilot Study

Research Article of International Journal of Industrial and Business Management Improving Industry-University R&D Partnership Project Management: A Pilot Study Quamrul Hasan* and H. M. Belal Knowledge Science Research Lab,School of Technology Management and Logistics College of Business, University Utara Malaysia, 06010 Sintok, Kedah, Malaysia In April 2004, a new law turned Japanese national universities into independent public corporations. This change has increased pressure on them to look to industry for more support than ever before. Since one of the laboratories in Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology’s (JAIST’s) School of Materials Science is involved in a collaborative project with two industrial partners (one large and one small), we saw an excellent opportunity to conduct a pilot study on an industry-university knowledge partnership for a scientific research and development project in the Japanese national university setting. The purpose of our study is to identify both which areas and considerations have the most influence on such projects and how such projects can be improved. This paper presents our methodology and data results. Most importantly, it presents a list of specific suggestions for improving project performance. Although it was a pilot study with a small number of respondents, this study still may have significance in terms of the suggestions for improving collaborative projects and in regard to the data-gathering methodology we used. We planned to provide results of the study to the project team members and recommend they apply the most important suggestions for improving their project. We also planned to do a follow-up study to determine whether or not the project is improved by the implementation of these key suggestions. Keywords: Industry-University, R&D partnership, relationship with partner, project management, knowledge creation ...

Dr Ubaldo Comite
Professor, Faculty of Economy, Department of Business Sciences, University of Calabria; Faculty of Economy, University Giustino Fortunato (Benevento – Italy).

Dr Dorina Ticu
Alexandru Ioan Cuza University Iasi, Romania, Faculty of Philosophy and Social and Political Sciences, Departament of Political Sciences, International Relations and European Studies

Dr Rajender Kumar
Sr.Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Rajdhani College, University of Delhi

Dr Paresh Shah
Professor, Department of Commerce, Rai University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

Dr Prasenjit Chatterjee
Associate Professor and Head of the Department, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Mckv Institute of Engineering

Dr Rajendrakumar V. Raval
Associate Professor in Commerce, Professor in-charge, P. G. Center of Commerce

Suprakash Mondal
Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Mallabhum Institute of Technology

Dr Amol Gore
Professor (Operations Management), University of Mumbai a/f Institute of Management Studies and Research, India.

Prof. Dr. Slavoljub Vujovic
Senior Research Associate, BBS, Belgrade

Dr Waeibrorheem Waemustafa
Banking Department, School of Economics, Finance & Banking, College of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia

Dr Vinay Kandpal
Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting & Finance, College of Management & Economic Studies, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Bidholi , Dehradun

Dr Iftikhar Hussain
Associate Professor, Incharge Campus and Director Advanced Studies & Research, University of Kotli Azad Jammu and Kashmir

Dr. Abdulfattah Yaghi
Associate Professor, Public Administration, Human Resource Management, Leadership, Public Policy & Governance, United Arab Emirates University

Dr. P. Karthikeyan
Associate Professor, School of Management Studies, Kongu Engineering College

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1.Mingzhu Wu.Valuation of Electricity Swing Options by Bilevel Model. International Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 2018; 2:8. DOI:10.28933/ijibm-2018-11-0808
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