Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                      3rd Academic International Conference on Business, Economics and Management
Conference Dates                    22nd-24th January 2018

Deadline for Abstract              11th December 2017
Conference Venue                    University of Oxford, St Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom
                                                                                                                                                                     Updated on 14th December 2017

1.       Ms. Bhakti Parikh, Student, Humber College, Black Money and the Policy of Demonetization.  

2.       Mr. Simbarashe Kativhu, PhD Student, University of Venda, Criteria for Measuring Resilience of Youth-owned Small Retail Businesses in Selected Rural Areas of Vhembe District, South Africa. Co-Author(s): Dr Marizvikuru Manjoro; and Prof Joseph Francis

3.       Mr. Arslan Aslam, Research Officer, University of the Punjab, An Empirical Investigation of Workload, Employee-Supervisor Relations and Reward system on Job Satisfaction. Co-Author(s):  Hammad Bin Azam Hashmi

4.       Dr. Khairul Aini Mohamed Jiri, Lecturer, Ministry of Education Malaysia, Empowering Female Teachers’ Roles in Promoting Multiculturalism in Malaysia.  

5.       Dr. Bosede Adebowale, Lecturer I, University of Ibadan, Living With the Past: Ancient Greek Philosophy in Twenty-First Century Nigeria.  

6.       Ms. Noran Eldebecky, Language Instructor, German University in Cairo, Faculty Development in Egypt in the 21st Century: An Exploratory Study.  

7.       Dr. Amna Yousaf, Lecturer in Management, Swinburne University of Technology, Cost versus Performance Based Employee HR Attributions and Task Performance Moderated by Core Self-Evaluations: Evidence from a Collectivist Cultural Context.  

8.       Mr. Shettima Sambo, Lecturer, Mai Idris Alooma Polytechnic Geidam, Constraints in Continuous Assessment: Challenges for Measurement Experts.  

9.       Ms. Wahbeeah Mohti, PhD Scholar, University of Evora, Frontier Markets and Subprime Financial Crises: An econophysics approach. Co-Author(s): Dr. Andreia Dionísio ,Dr. Isabel Vieira

10.   Ms. Shumaila Zeb, Assistant Professor, Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology, Financial Regulations and Insolvency Risk: Empirical Evidence from Commercial Banks of Pakistan.  

11.   Dr. Liza Khanam, Assistant Professor, Jagannath University, A study on Chines investors Choice of location and entry mode strategy in the Bangladesh. Co-Author(s):  Mohammad Abdullah Mahfuz

12.   Ms. Chenxi Shi, PhD Candidate, Tianjin University, Asset Specificity and Partners’ Opportunistic Behavior: Comparative Efficacy of Contract and Trust. Co-Author(s): Dr. Yongqiang Chen, Professor; Dr. Wenxue Lyu, Professor; Mr. Hongjiang Yao, Postgraduate student; and Mr. Yiming Zhang, Undergraduate student

13.   Ms. Haifen Lin, Assistant Professor, Dalian University of Technology, How management innovations are successfully implemented? An organizational routines’ perspective.  

14.   Mr. Mian Mustafa Shah Kakakhel, Student, University of Windsor, Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET): Perception of students and faculty. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Waseef Jamal, Assistant Professor

15.   Mr. Ibrahim Ghide Adamu, Lecturer, Mai Idris Alooma Polytechnic Geidam, Niger-Delta Crisis:  Its causes and effects on the socio-economic life of the people of Ogoni, Rivers State, Nigeria.  

16.   Mr. Francisco Vergara-Perucich, Lecturer at Economics Department, Universidad Católica del Norte, Neoliberal urban design in Chile: A critical framework for the education of urban design.  

17.   Dr. Junardi Harahap, Lecturer, Universitas Padjadjaran, Environmental Health: Development Reservoir of Jatigede. Co-Author(s): Prof. Dr. Opan S Suwartapradja

18.   Mr. Ibrahim Ghide Adamu, Lecturer, Mai Idris Alooma Polytechnic Geidam, Niger-Delta Crisis:  Its causes and effects on the socio-economic life of the people of Ogoni, Rivers State, Nigeria.  

19.   Mr. Sukhraj Takhar, Senior Lecturer, University of Derby, Complex Goods: Sustainability modelling benchmarking analysis. Co-Author(s): Dr Kapila Liyanage. Additional Paper Accepted:  Framework for a chemical substance reporting system

20.   Dr. Eswaranathan Ehambaranathan, Lecturer, Universal College of Learning, The Determinants of Airport Operational Strategies towards the Regional Sustainable Approach: A Case Study of Palmerston North Airport. Co-Author(s): Shagesheela Murugasu

21.   Mr. Lakshay Goel, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Identifying  the Economic Effect of Privatization on Health Sector.  

22.   Mr. Rishi Bafna, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Impact of GST on Indian FMCG Sector.  

23.   Ms. Nurvita Wijayanti, Lecturer, University of Bangka Belitung, Psycholinguistic Analysis on Stuttering Treatment through Systemic Functional Grammar in Tom Hooper’s The King’s Speech.  

24.   Mr. Nitin Vihari, Senior Research Associate, Jindal Global Business School, Nexus between Sustainable HRM and Organizational Effectiveness: A Moderated Mediation Model. Co-Author(s):  Satyam, Senior Research Associate, Jindal Global Business School

25.   Ms Maira Asif, Postgraduate Student, National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), The impact of Green Innovation on Organizational Performance in different Industries of PakistanCo-Author(s): Sana Ahmed                            

26.   Ms. Salinthip Thipayang, PhD Student, Chulalongkorn University, International Collaborative Network Effects on Organisational Innovativeness of Public Organisations in ASEAN. Co-Author(s):  Prof. Emeritus Achara Chandrachai; and Associate Prof. Rath Pichyangkura

27.   Miss Sana Ahmed, Assistant Professor, National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Role of Human Resource Management Practices in the Development of Mint Countries: Implications for Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Mr. Muhammad Saad

28.   Ms. Safaa Jahameh, PhD student, University of Bolton, The geometrical structure of Kalila and Dimna illustrations in Islamic manuscripts.  

29.   Mr. Imron Aung Khoirudin, Student, Universitas Darussalam Gontor, The Set of Villagers Online Store as a Strategy for Creating an Independent Village Economy to Support the Success o#f Sustainable Development Goals. Co-Author(s): Imron Agung Khoirudin

30.   Dr. Irina Bilan, Associate Professor, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, European entrepreneurial activity in a changing macroeconomic environment. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Angela Roman, Associate Professor

31.   Mr. Md Safikul Islam, Research Scholar, Jamia Millia Islamia Central University, A Spatio-temporal Study on Educational Inequality of Muslim Male and Female in West Bengal, India. Co-Author(s): Dr. Lubna Siddiqui, Assistant Professor

32.   Dr. W Muhammad Zainuddin Wan Abdullah, Senior Lecturer, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Validation Study of Public Acceptance on Willingness to Pay (PAWP) on Maximum Demand (MD) charge in Malaysia. Co-Author(s): Dr. Wan Nur Rahini Aznie Binti Zainudin, Senior Lecturer

33.   Dr. Wan Nur Rahini Aznie Binti Zainudin, Senior Lecturer, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, A Proposed Model to Improve Public Participation towards Renewable Energy Development (PPRED) in Malaysia through Validation Study. Co-Author(s):  Dr. W Muhammad Zainuddin Bin Wan Abdullah, Senior Lecturer

34.   Ms. Sumaira Ashraf, Doctorate Student, University of Évora, S-Score, Distress Prediction Model with Earning Response during the financial crisis. Co-Author(s): Elisabete G.S. Félix; and Zélia Serrasqueiro

35.   Prof. Shian-Chang Huang, Professor, National Changhua University of Education, An Intelligent System for Financial Distress Predictions.  

36.   Mr. Tianyu WANG, PhD Candidate, City University of Hong Kong, Investigating the Relationship between Excess Liquidity and Productivity: Evidence from the China Economy. Co-Author(s): Kui-Wai Li

37.   Ms. Amrita DasGupta, M.Phil Research Scholar, Jadavpur University, The Literature, Folk Deities and the Society of Sunderbans: 'Manasha', 'Bonbibi', Tigers, Tiger Widows, Water Prostitutes and Fertility Rituals.  

38.   Ms. Nighat Gul, Lectrurer, Government Postgraduate College for Women Haripur, Role of Psycho Social Factors in Taliban Ideology Development: A Qualitative Approach.  

39.   Mrs. Sola Modinat Abodunde, Senior Lecturer, The Polytechnic Ibadan, ICT and Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises: An Empirical Investigation.  

40.   Mr. Sukhraj Takhar, PhD Student, University of Derby, Competitive product pricing, extended producer responsibility and the circular economy. Co-Author(s): Dr Kapila Liyanange

41.   Mr. Omar Almania, PhD student, University of Glasgow, Information Content of Risk and Assets Pricing.  

42.   Mr. Ali Sajjad, Lecturer, Superior University, Corporate Governance and Firm Performance a Case From Textile Sector. Co-Author(s): Humaira Qudsia Yousaf

43.   Ms. Widyawati Prayitno, Coordinator Concept National Program of Kampung Literasi, Community Learning Center Cahaya Bunda Pamekasan, Study of Environmental and Social Change in Pasean Fishing Village, Madura, Indonesia. Co-Author(s): Kevin Lawrence Walsh

44.   Mr. Mohammed Yaichi, Assistant Professor, Ahmed Drya University, The Song: Educational Tool for Learning Of EFL in the Algerian Middle School.  

45.   Dr. Rev. Pinnawala Sangasumana, Senior Lecturer, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Promoting Wellbeing as a Development Indicator: A Buddhist Perspective.  

46.   Mr. Pankaj Vishwakarma, Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, A conceptual framework for understanding consumer behavior towards travel mobile apps (M-apps). Co-Author(s): Dr. Sangeeta Sahney

47.   Dr. Chia-Pin Kao, Associate Professor, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Exploring the relationship between teachers’ attitudes toward wed-based professional development and their perceptions of using web-based resources in Teaching. Co-Author(s): Dr. Hui-Min Chien, Associate Professor, Cheng Shiu University

48.   Dr. Jacek Surzyn, Assistant Professor, University of Silesia, Politics as the matter of taste? Philosophical origin of Politics according to Immanuel Kant.  

49.   Dr. Brahimi Tarek, Lecturer, University of Algeria, Building teacher effectiveness: Turning good intentions into strategies for a quality  teaching.  

50.   Dr. Hui-Min Chien, Associate Professor, Cheng Shiu University, Investigating the participation of volunteering intention in science service. Co-Author(s): Dr. Chia-Pin Kao, Associate Professor, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology. Additional Abstract Accepted:  Exploring the relationship between teachers’ attitudes toward wed-based professional development and their perceptions of using web-based resources in Teaching.

51.   Mrs. Rita Destiwati, Lecturer, Telkom University, Indonesian Language Learning as a Foreign Education: A Communication Approach in Culture.  

52.   Prof. Guntalee Ruenrom, Professor, Chulalongkorn University, The Effects of Hue and Chroma Combinations on Purchase Intention: A Virtual Reality Experimental Research. Co-Author(s): Dr. Ake Pattaratanakun

53.   Mrs. Lizzie Abderrahim, Doctoral Student, Rovira i Virgili University, A Systematic Review of Research Undertaken into the Use of Digital Storytelling as a Pedagogical Tool in the Language Classroom.  

54.   Ms. Himisha Parmar, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Women Entrepreneurship in India: Challenges and Struggles.  

55.   Mrs. Sitti Hutari Mulyani, Ph.D Student, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Analysis of Character Education Implementation among Adolescent. Co-Author(s): Krisnova Nastasia; Mutiana Pratiwi; Henny Julius; Rio Andhika Putra; Billy Hendrik; Muhammad Ridwan; and Khaidzir Ismail

56.   Mr. Umer Ramzan, Lecturer, University of Lahore, The relationships among SMS advertising, consumer attitude, and purchase intentions in fast food industry with moderating role of brand image.  

57.   Dr. Sangeeta Sahney, Associate Professor, India Insitute of Technology Kharagpur, A study of antecedents to the consumers’ showrooming behaviour in the multichannel retailing environment. Co-Author(s): Sourabh Arora, Research Scholar

58.   Ms. Sanha Ghaus, Scholar, University of Punjab, The mediating effects of brand trust and product involvement on the relationship between values and brand loyalty. Co-Author(s): Dr. Sheikh Usman Yousaf, Assistant Professor

59.   Ms. Shreedha Vyas, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, An analysis of adjustment level of higher secondary school students.  

60.   Dr. Fathima E.V, Assistant Professor, Krishna Menon Memorial Govt Women's College, Towards a Global Malayali: Forgoing and Forging Identities in A Preface to Man.  

61.   Dr. Junardi Harahap, Lecturer, Universitas Padjadjaran, Community Empowerment based on Culture and Livestock: An Analysis of Economic Empowerment in Respect to the Impact of Development. Co-Author(s): Endang Sujana

62.   Ms. Shivani Raj, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, India- Israel Strategic Partnership: A Way Ahead.  

63.   Ms. Trishla Surana, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Aetiology of superstitions and ‘prevailing interventions’ in relation to mental disorders.  

64.   Mr. Mohamed Sameer Mughal, PHD Scholar, Liverpool John Moores University, What development programmes do middle managers want from their university in a dynamic Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) setting. Co-Author(s): Andrew D. Ross - Professor

65.   Dr. Harit Satt, Assistant professor, Al Akhawayn University, Does goodwill improve firm performance? Evidence from the MENA region. Co-Author(s): Youssef Chetioui

66.   Dr. Syed AftabAlam, Assistant Professor, University of Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan, Five-Day Solution and Re-Takeoff of England: An Analysis of Historic and Latest Researched Versions.  

67.   Dr. Ameen Al Shugaa, Researcher, INCEIF, Uncertainty and Volatility in MENA Stock Markets During the Arab Spring. Co-Author(s): Abul Mansor Masih

68.   Ms. Shreedha Vyas, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, An analysis of adjustment level of higher secondary school students.  

69.   Mr. Karansinh Zala, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Impact of celebrity endorsement on Indian smartphone market.  

70.   Mr. Rashesh Makati, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Study on the Impact of Social Media on Marketing and Consumer Behavior.  

71.   Dr. Sushil Gupta, Associate Professor, Lovely Professional University, International Environmental Laws and Human Rights issues. Co-Author(s): Poonam Dhawan

72.   Dr. Hemant Garg, LLM Student, Panjab University, Cryptocurrency, the Socio-Legal and Financial Impacts on Global Economy. Co-Author(s):  Vattanpreet Singh Sandhu

73.   Ms. Shreedha Vyas, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, The Effect of Psychological Contract on the Performance of Organizational Behavior..  

74.   Ms. Saher Zeast, Senior Associate Professor, Bahria University, Infrastructure, a barrier to “End of life Product Management” in Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Mr. Tanveer Illahi, Lecturar; and Ms. Asifa Sumer, MBA Scholar

75.   Dr. Jude Onyima, Senior Lecturer, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Ponzi Schemes' and Rural household Indebtedness in Nigeria: Incidence, Drivers and Linkages.  

76.   Ms. Souad Smaili, PhD Student, University of Northampton, Between ‘Becoming Like-natives’ and ‘Multilinguals’: A Poststructuralist Orientation to Imagined Identity and Agency.  

77.   Ms. Ami Tamboli, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Influence of Digital Market Change on Newspaper Industry and its Market.  

78.   Ms. Nidhi Kaushal, Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, An Ethnic and Influential Approach of Literature in Leadership Learning. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Sanjit Mishra

79.   Dr. Maha Al-Madani, Assistant Professor, Imam Abdurrahman Bin Faisal University, Exploring Undergraduate Nursing Students’ Perceptions about Using Portfolios in Nursing Education.  

80.   Ms. Caroline Madongo, MA Student & Independent Researcher, Institute of Education, Hope and Dreams in a new Zimbabwe, Young Peoples’ Prospects.  

81.   Mr. Arjunsinh Rajput, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, The Power of Principles on Political Culture and Policy Making Process.  

82.   Dr. Savita Gupta, Associate Professor, Lovely Professional University, Techno-Pedagogical Skills to Teach Digitally in Learners. Co-Author(s): Ms. Poonam Dhawan, Ph.D Research Scholar, Sant Baba Bhag Singh Universitym, India; Mr. Vattan Preet Singh, Master of Sociology Student , Guru Nanak College, India

83.   Dr. Yasir Ali Soomro, Assistant Professor, King AbdulAziz University, Guerrilla Marketing Strategies & Brand Perception of Generation Y Consumers.  

84.   Ms. Ji Hye Choi, Master Student, Kyungpook National University, Speed of Internationalization and SMEs Survival. Co-Author(s):  Jangwoo Lee

85.   Mr. Byunghoon Lee, Master Student, Kyungpook National University, How does internationalization strategy influence the survival of SMEs? Co-Author(s): Jangwoo Lee

86.   Mr. Hajed Alotaibi, PhD Researcher, Bangor University, Validity of mixed methods approach in Islamic studies : Saudi juveniles' system as a case study.  

87.   Ms. Ravisha Chutani, Assistant Professor, Banasthali Vidyapith, Financial Literacy and Inclusion in India with Special reference to NCFE Report through Bhartiya Model of Financial Literacy (BMFL). Co-Author(s):  Dr. Harsh Purohit

88.   Dr. Rhissassi Fouzia, Professor, Université Mohammed V de Rabat, Title: The promotion of women’s rights: gender studies and challenges to  sustainable development in Morocco.  

89.   Mrs. Itthida Gnangnouvong, PhD Candidate, Keio University, Distance between the state and its people : The case study of primary dropout issue in Laos.  

90.   Ms. Siew-Chen Sim, University Teaching Fellow, The University of Nottingham, HRO Effectiveness: A Service Performance Perspective.  

91.   Mr. Ahmad Algafari, PhD Student, Glasgow University, Board diversity, financial performance and corporate governance.  

92.   Dr. Fatma Demir, Assistant Professor, Girne American University, UN Global Compact:  Implementing labour standards for the elimination of discrimination in employment and occupation.  

93.   Prof. Shun-Ching Horng, Professor, National Chengchi University, The Relationship between Customer-Oriented Service Behavior, Internal Market Orientation, and Service Climate. Co-Author(s): Ling-Hua Weng, (Ph.D. Student)

94.   Ms. Keiko Kanno, Postgraduate Student, University of Oxford, The Impact of Globalization on Obesity.  

95.   Ms. Merryl Sykeks, GRS, James Cook University, Mandatory Accreditation of Early Childhood Workers: Emerging voices from the Field.  

96.   Dr. Sun Young Park, Assistant Professor, Korea National Sport University, Citizenship education through non-formal learning in Korea.