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Food security : what it means for a food-importing country
Most countries depend on three “food taps” – imports, self-production, reserve stocks – to make food available. All countries import some amount of food to meet their increasingly diverse dietary demands. Binding agreements ...
Learning in foreign cultures : self-reports learning effectiveness across different instructional techniques
Substantial numbers of Chinese mainland students are enrolled in overseas Western-based business courses but are dislocated from their home cultures. Business education curriculum and course designers need to understand ...
Followers of Confucianism or a new generation? learning culture of mainland Chinese : in pursuit of western-based business education away from mainland China
The mainland Chinese learning culture has evolved due to the rapid changes in the economic, political, cultural and demographic demands. The changing characteristics of the Chinese students’ learning behavioral styles and ...
Southeast Asia’s food security challenge : more than ‘Stock’ solution needed
Countries in Southeast Asia face a fresh challenge to their food security as food consumption patterns change, and reliance on imports increases to meet such shifts. Consequently, they may be left with no choice but to ...
Affective, non-calculative and social motivation to lead : what we know from studies of entrepreneurial, professional & leadership motivation
In 2001, Chan & Drasgow developed a 3-factor model and self-report measure of the motivation to lead (MTL) including affective, social-normative and non-calculative factors. Recently, Chan et al. (2012) adapted this ...
Gender and the motivation to lead : what we know from studies of entrepreneurial, professional and leadership in the 21st century
Gatzka, Elprana, Stiehl, & Felfe (2009) noted that past attempts to explain the under-representation of women in leadership positions worldwide have neglected the motivational aspects of leadership. In their structured ...