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Employee Compensation, Corporate Entrepreneurship and Growth of Companies in Service Industries

Jasna Auer Antoncic and Bostjan Antoncic
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Jasna Auer Antoncic: University of Primorska, Slovenia

Management, 2010, vol. 5, issue 2, 115-130

Abstract: The article deals with employee compensation, corporate entrepreneurship and growth of companies in service industries. Hypotheses about relationships between compensation, corporate entrepreneurship and company growth are stated and empirically tested in the article. On the basis of responses to the structured questionnaire on the sample of Slovenian companies from service industries we collected data for empirical quantitative analysis. Hypotheses were tested by using structural equation modeling. The findings indicate positive relationships between employee compensation and corporate entrepreneurship, and corporate entrepreneurship and company growth. Recommendations for companies in the service industries are also given.

Keywords: employee compensation; corporate entrepreneurship; growth; tourism; services; structural equation model (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2010
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