Samia Nassar

Samia Nassar
Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences (MATE) · Economic and Regional Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), whether international (INGOs) or local (NGOs), are the primary engines of humanitarian assistance in almost all national economies. Food security and these organizations are inextricably linked. They include a wide range of activities that need shared management or ventures to ensure food security in the Gaza...
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Because of the enormous beneficial influence that employee retention has on work-related outcomes, it has been the focus of much research for a long time and especially in the field of International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs). The importance of highlighting elements that may enhance the beneficial effect of Workplace Fun (WF) and Work-L...
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This study aims to elaborate and recognize a model in which knowledge management practices affect corporate sustainability via corporate structure, corporate culture, corporate leadership style, and a unique variable social capital, used for the first time. Knowledge management is now used as a mediating variable for corporate sustainability. Creat...
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The concept of resilience has been utilized to examine more complex ecological and socioeconomic systems such as agri-food systems in developing countries. Gaza has one of the high unemployment rates globally, therefore keeping people imprisoned in poverty and dependent on external support to existing. The strategy for poverty reduction in Gaza pri...

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