Qi Zou
West Chester University of Pennsylvania
ModularityUncertainty avoidanceAccountingProduct (category theory)Conceptual modelBusinessPsychologyRelevance (law)Order (exchange)Critical success factorEconomic impact analysisStructure (mathematical logic)Process managementValue (ethics)Leverage (negotiation)OriginalityAttendanceShameFinancial performanceDigital resourcesPractical implicationsCountry levelAmerican footballLarge sizePublic relationsReputationStructural equation modelingIndustrial productionSport management
3Publications
1H-index
1Citations
Publications 3
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The emergence of digital technology has changed the structure and functions of products. Digitalised products are connectable with digital resources, reprogrammable for personal customisation, and upgradable for continuous improvement. Digital innovation (DI) not only makes industrial products capable of serving various customers' needs, but also brings great challenges to companies. In the literature, DI critical success factors remain uncovered, so do the environmental conditions that support ...
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The purpose of this paper is to focus on two internal organizational factors in college football teams (team powerfulness and team reputation) and their combined relationship on game attendance. Authors aim to validate new data published by Wall Street Journal (WSJ) and NCAA websites; and to develop a new conceptual model to examine the interaction effect of team powerfulness and team reputation on game attendance.,This study relies on secondary data collected from the WSJ’s “College Football’s ...
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#1Marcelo J. Alvarado-Vargas (UT: University of Toledo)H-Index: 4
#2Qi Zou (UT: University of Toledo)H-Index: 1
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine the effects of the number of lawsuits on firm performance and in-house legal department size. More importantly, this paper also aims to explore the interaction effect of in-house legal department size on the aforementioned lawsuit-performance relationship. Design/methodology/approach The empirical analyses are performed by using secondary data. Structural equation modeling is employed in order to examine multiple structural relationships between th...
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