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Volume 6, issue 6, 2020

How Residentes Perceive the Impacts of Tourism. The Case of the Historic Centre of Porto pp. 7-14 Downloads
Maria Isabel Andrés Marques, Maria Teresa Ribeiro Candeias and Carla Marisa Rebelo de Magalhães
Influence of Covid-19 Crisis on Human Resource Management and Companies’ Response: The Expert Study pp. 15-24 Downloads
Iza Gigauri
Fraud Theories and White Collar Crimes: Lessons for the Nigerian Banking Industry pp. 25-40 Downloads
Kanu Success Ikechi and Nwadiubu Anthony
An Analysis of Romanian Capital, Forex and Monetary Markets: Volatilities and Contagion pp. 41-50 Downloads
Carmen Emilia Pascal
Student Development Survey: A Case Study from Maranatha Christian University, Indonesia pp. 51-57 Downloads
Candra Sinuraya, Robert Oloan Rajagukguk and Regina Fabian
Fostering Open Collaborative Innovation for Micro and Small Technology-Based Firms in Brazil pp. 58-64 Downloads
Paulo Melo, Dr Bill O’ Gorman, Arnoldo José de Hoyos Guevara and Arnoldo Renata Martins Corrêa

Volume 6, issue 5, 2020

Burnout among Teachers in Higher Education: An Empirical Study of Higher Education Institutions in Portugal pp. 7-15 Downloads
Renata Teles, António Valle and Susana Rodriguez
Motivational Elements of Employees as a Competitive Advantage of Companies in the Conditions of Globalization pp. 16-24 Downloads
Maria Zilincikova and Katarina Repkova Stofkova
From the Right to be Let Alone to the Control of Personal Data (in the Labour Context) pp. 25-30 Downloads
Paula Brito
The Practice of Career Guidance in a Northern Portuguese University pp. 31-37 Downloads
Natália Pereira and Rully Neves Arza Arza
The Influence of Leadership Based on Emotional Intelligence Concerning the Climate of an Organisation pp. 38-43 Downloads
Ionela Gabriela Solomon
The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Turnover Rate in the Contact Center Environment in the Jordanian Labor Market pp. 44-55 Downloads
Samira Ismael and Mohammad Shehada
Exchange Rate Volatility and International Trade in Nigeria pp. 56-72 Downloads
Kanu Success Ikechi and Nwadiubu Anthony

Volume 6, issue 4, 2020

Financial Leverage on Earnings Management of Quoted Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria pp. 7-21 Downloads
Ogiriki Tonye and Iweias Seth Sokiri
Hoarding and Opportunistic Behavior During Covid-19 Pandemics: A Conceptual Model of Non-Ethical Behavior pp. 22-29 Downloads
Zilola Sobirova
The Influence of Social Media Applications on Youth Purchasing Decision at the University of Jordan pp. 30-41 Downloads
Basma Shamieh and Mohamad Shehada
The Effect of Motivation, Emotional and Spiritual Intelligence on Lecturer Performance pp. 42-54 Downloads
Rosemarie S. Njotoprajitno, Rully Arlan Tjahjadi, Nur, Bram Hadianto and Andre Sunjaya
Pedagogical Supervision and Change: Dynamics of Collaboration and Teacher Development pp. 55-62 Downloads
Maria de Nazaré Coimbra, Ana Vale Pereira, Alcina Manuela de Oliveira Martins and Cristina Maria Baptista
Continuing Teacher Training in Conflict Mediation: A Socio-Educational Strategy for the Current School pp. 63-69 Downloads
Elisabete Pinto da Costa and Ilda Velosa Costa

Volume 6, issue 3, 2020

Evaluating Productivity and Efficiency Contradictions of Metrorail South Africa pp. 7-19 Downloads
Jeremiah Kau Makokoane
Globotics Driven Digital Transformation: A Bright Future for Internships, Digital Marketing and E-Commerce Education pp. 20-28 Downloads
Suresh Sood and Hugh Pattinson
Financial Ratios as Predictors of Financial Distress: A Study on Some Select Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria (1991-2014) pp. 29-42 Downloads
Ojeabulu Uyi Michael, Chigbu E. Ezeji, Ozurumba A. Benedict and Kanu Success Ikechi
The Relationship between Person Organization Fit Toward Organizational Commitment and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Experiences from Student Activity Organization Members pp. 43-49 Downloads
Meily Margaretha and Ardian Wicaksana
E-Wallet Transactional Framework for Digital Economy: A Perspective from Islamic Financial Engineering pp. 50-57 Downloads
Nashirah Abu Bakar, Sofian Rosbi and Kiyotaka Uzaki

Volume 6, issue 2, 2020

Impacts of Trust in Government and Privacy Risk Concern on Willingness to Provide Personal Information in Saudi Arabia pp. 7-18 Downloads
Alharbi Nesreen Nasser A. and Alharbi Nesreen Nasser A.
Criminal Law Framework to Combat Criminal Offenses of Corruption in Croatia and Serbia pp. 19-23 Downloads
Vanda Bozic and Zeljko Nikac
Coordination in the Age of Industry 4.0 pp. 24-32 Downloads
Lesław Pietrewicz
Theoretical Features of FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) and its Influence to Economic Growth pp. 33-39 Downloads
Gavkhar Bekmurodova
Exploring Instructor Evaluation, Affective Learning and Teacher Credibility in International Classrooms pp. 40-47 Downloads
Peter de Boer and Prantik Bordoloi

Volume 6, issue 1, 2019

The Significance of Derivatives in the Management of the Value of Non-Financial Enterprises in Poland on the Age of Financialization pp. 7-12 Downloads
Alina Rydzewska
Innovation Management in the Context of Smart Cities Digital Transformation pp. 13-20 Downloads
Benjamin Grab and Cristian Ilie
Extracurricular Activities: Success and Development of Communication Skills with the Role of Parents, Public and Home Work pp. 21-26 Downloads
Sabirov Alisher Saibovich
Colour Preference for Project Team Members in the Context of Their Team Role pp. 27-36 Downloads
KateÅ™ina BoÄ ková, Dáša PorubÄ anová and Monika Dohnanská
Analysis and Selection of a Business Model: the Case of Delphi Subway Transportation Project pp. 37-39 Downloads
Nikolaos Papanikolaou
Unique Features of Asset Securitization of Europe and Japan pp. 40-45 Downloads
Akhmedov Akbarali Sultonmurodovich

Volume 5, issue 6, 2019

The Influence of Website Service Quality on Customer Satisfaction Towards Online Shopping: The Mediating Role of Confirmation of Expectation pp. 7-14 Downloads
Karl Markos Biswas, Mohammed Nusari and Abhijit Ghosh
Is The Financial Literacy Affected by The Field of Study? (A Comparison of Specialised Secondary Schools) pp. 15-20 Downloads
Dana Kubickova, Vladimir Nulicek and Irena Jindrichovska
Workforce Diversity: Igniting a Boon or Bane Debate pp. 21-28 Downloads
Hammad Mushtaq, Yan Jingdong, Mansoora Ahmed and Muhammad Ali
Interfirm Collaboration Cluster as Source of Competitiveness to Enhance Performance pp. 29-37 Downloads
Mochamad Taufiq, Elia Ardyan and Naili Farida
Effects of Exchange Rate, Interest Rate, and Inflation on Stock Market Returns Volatility in Nigeria pp. 38-47 Downloads
Izunobi Anthony Okechukwu, Nzotta Samuel Mbadike, Ugwuanyim Geoffrey and Benedict Anayochukwu Ozurumba

Volume 5, issue 5, 2019

Models of Financing and Organization of Health Care System-International Experience pp. 7-12 Downloads
Burieva Nigora Hasanovna
Human capital development presupposes investments, activities, and processes facilitating the generation of technical and expert knowledge; skills, health or values that are embodied in people. It implies maintaining an appropriate balance and key massive human resource base and providing an encouraging environment for all individuals to be fully engaged and contribute to organizational or national goals. Human capital development is necessary in order for National development to occur. In addition, human capital development teaches people how to utilize the advantages of diverse thinking styles (analytical and intuitive) so that they achieve the best holistic practical solutions. Human capital development and training are basically the same. This paper aims to examine the meaning of human capital development in relation to nation-building. The authors also took a cursory look at the concept of business education and its roles for sustainable development for nation-building. The study examined human capital investment as a catalyst for sustainable economic environment in Nigeria. The broad objective of the study is to analyze the effect of human capital investment on the Nigerian economy from 1986 to2017. The data used for the study were sourced from the central bank statistical bulletin and national bureau of Statistics. Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) techniques were used to analyze the data. The findings of the study reveal that there is a positive relationship between government expenditure on health and real gross domestic product. The adjusted coefficient of determination (R2) shows that 97.3% of variations in the real gross domestic product is being accounted for by government expenditure on education, government expenditure on health and gross capital formation while the remaining 2.7% is accounted for by variables not included in the model. The study suggests that Nigerian policymakers should pay more attention to the health sector and increase its yearly budgetary allocation to it. Nevertheless, the key to achieving best results lies not in ordinarily increasing particular budgetary allocation but rather in implementing a public expenditure and revenue and ensuring the usage of the allocated fund as transparently as possible pp. 13-22 Downloads
Amadi Kelvin Chijioke and Alolote Ibim Amadi
Workforce Diversity: Igniting a Boon or Bane Debate pp. 23-31 Downloads
Gabriel J.M.O. Tamn, Ogbuigwe T and Okeke Daniel Chimezie
Microcredit and Social Business Movement as Catalyst for Poverty Eradication: The Grameen Experience pp. 32-42 Downloads
Abdullahil Mamun, Harun Bal and Tolga KabaÅŸ
The transformation of various organizations into an innovative technology, specifically, information system (IS), should have a positive impact the flow of work procedure within the banking industry. The main aims of this study is to recognize the success of banking systems from users’ perspective, who work in banking industries. This study is motivating due to the rapid growth of applying IS in the banking industry’s in developing countries such as Sudan which is require more evaluation. In this study, the DeLone and McLean (D&M) model applied as one of the major models that assess the success of IS. The proposed model consist of six constructs include system quality (SYQ), information quality (INQ), service quality (SVQ), system use (SU), user satisfaction (UST), and net benefits (NBs). The results of the study support and confirm that there are significant relationships among the success variables. All relationships of study hypotheses supported, except the relationship between SYQ and UST, as well as between SVQ and SU. The discussion and empirical evidence presented can assist the Sudanese banking industry to improve and fully utilize the possibility of banking information systems as a new tool for banking information evaluation purposes pp. 43-58 Downloads
Mohammed Ali and Xu Feng Ju

Volume 5, issue 4, 2019

The Commitment of Foreign Direct Investment and Foreign Portfolio Investment on the Monetary Development of Pakistan pp. 7-12 Downloads
Kinza Yousfani, Farhana Khowaja and Ahmed Ali Yousfani
Effect of Bank Assets Securitization in Investment Flows: A Cross-Country Analysis pp. 13-17 Downloads
Akbarali Akhmedov and Umidjon Duskobilov
Customers’ Current Preferences in E-commerce and Possible Dominance of Social Media Marketplace in the Industry pp. 18-26 Downloads
Lasha Tchelidze
Motivation and Job Burnout: The Mediating Role of Organizational Citizenship Behavior pp. 27-33 Downloads
Meily Margaretha
The Digital Transformation of the Product Management Process: Conception of Digital Twin Impacts for the Different Stages pp. 34-44 Downloads
Günter Hofbauer, Anita Sangl and Sonja Engelhardt

Volume 5, issue 3, 2019

Are Women better Leaders than Men? Gender Differences in Management Styles pp. 7-9 Downloads
Sylla Mamadou
The Impact of Servant Leadership on Employees’ Innovative Work Behaviour-Mediating Role of Psychological Empowerment pp. 10-21 Downloads
Naveed Ahmad Faraz, Muhammad Farhan Mughal, Naveed Fawad Ahmed, Ali Raza and Muhammad Khalid Iqbal
Competitive Survivability: A Study of Impact of Global Crisis on Indonesia and India pp. 22-27 Downloads
Broto Bhardawaj, Kamaljeet Kaur and Aakriti Jain
Towards MSE Technology Adoption Model for Business Growth in Kenya pp. 28-35 Downloads
Peter Kithae
Pre-Primary Education: Its Impact on Academic Achievement of the Learners Learning at an Elementary Stage in Odia Language Subject in Odisha pp. 36-47 Downloads
Rasmi Ranjan Puhan, Swagatika Ray and Sunakar Das
K-Means Clustering of Self-Organizing Maps: An Empirical Study on the Information Content of Self-Classification of Hedge Fund Managers pp. 43-57 Downloads
Marcus Deetz

Volume 5, issue 2, 2019

The Managerial Experience: a New Challenge for Firms pp. 7-12 Downloads
Sylla Mamadou
Creating Global ETF Portfolio with Considering US Market pp. 13-29 Downloads
Bijoy Chandra Das
Impact of Welfare Measures on the Quality of Employees Performance with Special Reference to Construction Industry pp. 30-36 Downloads
A.Varadaraj and D.Charumathi
Accurate Forecast Improvement Approach for Short Term Load Forecasting Using Hybrid Filter-Wrap Feature Selection pp. 37-49 Downloads
Samuel Atuahene, Yukun Bao, Patricia Semwaah Gyan and Yao Yevenyo Ziggah
Antecedents of electronic word-of-mouth (eWOM) in social media have not been analyzed in the case of transition economies. The Commonwealth of independent states (CIS) is an interesting case, where countries lived with the ideology of communism for a long time and now they need to adapt to a new set of rules. First of all, the current study analyzes the cultural aspects of Uzbekistan to understand them in the perspective of Hofstede’s classification. Secondly, it reviews previous literature and finds what kind of effects tie strength, homophily, interpersonal influence, trust, self-presentation, and self-disclosure can have on engagement in eWOM in individualistic and collectivistic communities. Finally, it suggests why future research involving the CIS sample is important pp. 50-59 Downloads
Javohir Kamolov, Assem Baimagambetova and Dawei Liu

Volume 5, issue 1, 2018

Student Research in a Cooperation Project of Innovation Management between Two Universities pp. 7-12 Downloads
John Erik Andreassen and Elena Makarova
Job Satisfaction: The Case of the Football Club Rosenborg in the Norwegian Region Trøndelag-Insights from a Regional – Global Organizational Model Emphasizing how Improvisation can Lead to Outstanding Results using Insights from “Total Football” and “Flow Theory” pp. 13-22 Downloads
Carsten M. Syvertsen and Trygve J. Steiro
Using Outsourcing as a Competitive Edge: the Case of Medical Aid Schemes pp. 23-30 Downloads
Mario Peter Da Costa
Capital Structure, Growth and Profitability: Evidence from Domestic Commercial Banks in Cambodia pp. 31-38 Downloads
Khun Sokang and Nop Ratanak
Analyzing Knowledge Sharing Behavior for Security Guards in Hospitals pp. 39-49 Downloads
Nutthapol Orpipath
Women Participation in the Implementation of REDD + Program “Reduction Emission from Deforestation and Degradation” in Kapuas District Central Kalimantan pp. 50-55 Downloads
Ise Afitah and Mariaty
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