Topic Review
Dynamic-Nexus between Cross-Border Dollar Claims and Economic Growth
The term “Eurodollar” first appeared in the public realm in 1960 when William Clarke gave name to a fledgling market. Nowadays, the terms “Eurodollar”, “Eurodollar system”, “ledger money”, “shadow money” and “ghost money” are all used interchangeably to describe U.S. dollars that exist offshore, that is, outside the U.S. domestic currency system and out of sight of its primary regulator, the Federal Reserve.
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  • 01 Apr 2024
Topic Review
Sustainable Development of Mining Regions
The Arctic’s specific conditions require increased attention to natural and human capital. Therefore, implementing the principles of the sustainable development concept, balancing economic, social, and environmental goals is of paramount importance. Mining is at the heart of the strategy for the socio-economic development of Russia’s Arctic territories. 
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  • 27 Mar 2024
Topic Review
Sustainable Supply Chain Management and Customer Relationship Management
Sustainability has become one of the most frequently researched and emphasized topics in supply chain management (SCM) and, in the context of business, refers mostly to the consequences of activities, with the long-term objective of preserving the wellbeing of society, the environment, and the economy. Several businesses, including manufacturing, design, purchasing, and manufacturing, in addition to SCM itself, have engaged in a comprehensive analysis of sustainable progress and the concept of sustainable supply chain management (SSCM) serves this demand. Customer relationship management (CRM) is a comprehensive approach that provides the capability to locate, acquire, manage, and nurture promising customers by establishing and upholding long-term connections with customers.
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  • 25 Mar 2024
Topic Review
Supply Chain Leadership and Sustainable Innovation
The concept of leadership is typically  defined by the behaviour, capabilities, and characters of leaders. It revolves around group dynamics influenced by social factors and centers on shared goals, intentions, visions, or objectives. Supply chain leadership (SCL) contributes to the enhancement of functioning implementation, consumer-supplier relationships, and sustainability in innovation. SCL is therefore identified as a potentially significant concept due to its influence on sustainable innovation and competitiveness, but yet to emerge as a distinct field of scholarly research.
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  • 25 Mar 2024
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Urbanisation on Green Growth within Sustainable Development Goals
Urbanisation enhances dissemination of the green knowledge and innovative technologies, bridging gaps in living conditions and making services (health, digital, etc.) available and affordable.
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  • 21 Mar 2024
Topic Review
Social sustainability orientation and supply chain performance
The Brundtland Report implicitly assumes that environmental and social care are linked to economic performance. Although subsequent international conventions have sought to be increasingly precise about what sustainable actions mean, it remains an academic and strategic challenge to delineate what these dimensions mean at the individual, organizational, and sociocultural levels.
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  • 21 Mar 2024
Topic Review
Stablecoins
A stablecoin is a digital currency issued by a private company or financial institution, with its value pegged to a fiat currency, basket of fiat currencies, or commodity, such as gold. Because this paper considers only stablecoins pegged to fiat currencies, such as the U.S. dollar or euro, we use “fsCOIN,” as our abbreviation for a “fiat-currency-denominated stablecoin”.
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  • 20 Mar 2024
Topic Review
Mobile Live Commerce on Purchase Intention
Mobile live commerce is emerging as a new distribution channel as connectivity and information sharing become easier due to the increase in the use of SNS and mobile phones.
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  • 19 Mar 2024
Topic Review
Agricultural Produce Supply Chain Network of Capsicum
Vegetables are important for both nutritional and economic stability and contribute significantly to the agricultural landscape of India. The demand for vegetables is rising, driven by population growth and increased awareness of their benefits. 
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  • 19 Mar 2024
Topic Review
Key Determinants for Serial Innovators
In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, where disruptive technologies and changing market dynamics pose both unprecedented challenges and remarkable opportunities, the ability of companies to innovate has become a critical determinant of success. To maintain their competitive edge and stay relevant in an increasingly dynamic marketplace, organizations must embrace a culture of constant innovation.
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  • 18 Mar 2024
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