publication . Article . 2011

Companies’ management during economic crisis

Kumpikaitė, Vilmantė; Grybauskas, Andrius; Juodelis, Mantas; Strumyla, Dovydas;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2011 Journal: Ekonomika ir vadyba, volume 2,011, issue 16, pages 789-795 (issn: 1822-6515, Copyright policy)
Lots of companies faced recent economic crisis. It was generated by global markets deregulation and it triggered relevant situation to emerge other types of crisis. Many scientists all over the world analyses how crisis affected global economy and changed companies’ management actions. Scientists exclude these types of crisis: economic, informational, physical, human resource, reputational, psychopathic acts production and financial. This paper examines economic crisis generated negative effects, how it started companies’ human resources and reputational crisis. Analysis is made by using triangular Crisis Management model (Alas, 2009) and Gao (2009) triangular o...
free text keywords: Lithuania ; Economic crisis ; Retail business ; Crisis management ; Baltic countries
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