The World of Crypto: Risks and Opportunities for Banks and Citizens
In their latest study, our colleagues at the Rome Business School discuss cryptocurrency and the several risks but also opportunities for banks as well as individuals.
The Power of Youth: Re-shaping Politics through e-Activism during Crises
Youth often get a bad press. But that’s misguided and unfair. In our brand new post, Evie Theocharous, UN Youth Champion for Environment and Peace (UNFICYP/ United Nations Peacekeeping) explains how young people engage in transformative activism at a time of crisis.
Gender Gap, Diversity and Inclusion: The Case of Doctors Without Borders
In their most recent study, our colleagues at the Rome Business School explore all-pressing questions about gender inequality and the importance of diversity and inclusion at the workplace, focusing on the case study of Doctors Without Borders in Italy.
Political Marketing and Social media: The Case of Italy
Our colleagues at the Rome Business School explore the intriguing topic of political marketing as practised through social media. Read on to find out how politicians are using social media.
Branding Management: The Risk of Genericization
What is genericization? And why is it important for marketers to be aware of this phenomenon? Yotam Werzansky-Orland, Esq., CEO of KWO Strategy Ltd., Lecturer in Business and Corporate Law at CIM Cyprus Business School and Doctoral Fellow of the Cyprus Centre for Business Research shares his knowledge on branding management and the risks of genericization.
Confidential Business Information – Considerations and Strategies
Knowledge, they say, is power. But how do we protect this power? In our newest post, Yotam Werzansky Orland, Esq., CEO of KWO Strategy, Lecturer in Business and Corporate Law at CIM, and Doctoral Fellow at the Cyprus Centre for Business Research shares some thoughts about how to deal with confidential business information.
Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility: A New Report by the Rome Business School
In a new study, our colleagues at the Rome Business School, in collaboration with other experts, investigate a prescient topic: sustainability and corporate social responsibility. Though the focus is on Europe, such salient issues are also a top priority for Cyprus.
Advancing Past Combustion To The Auto Marketing Future
Electric Vehicles are expected to dominate the automotive market in the near future and for many years to come. What will happen to the marketing of internal combustion engine cars? Chrissy Jones explores in her latest piece for CIM.
The Economic and Business of Design and the Need to include Design Rights in the IP Box Scheme
Cyprus’ IP BOX scheme is designed to attract high-tech companies and start ups in Cyprus. In our brand new post, Yotam Werzansky Orland, Esq., CEO of KWO Strategy Ltd., Lecturer in Business and Corporate Law at CIM and Doctoral Fellow of the Cyprus Centre for Business Research discusses ways in which the scheme can be improved.
A Daily Diary Study on Workplace Embitterment: The Role of Illegitimate Tasks and their Impact on Counterproductive Work Behaviour and Affective Rumination
Workplace embitterment is widespread and a problem that affects employers and employees alike. Dr Evie Michailidis, CIM Lecturer and Research Fellow at the Cyprus Centre for Business Research, considers how illegitimate tasks affect work behaviour and affective rumination.