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Advertising & Society Review     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 12)
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English Literature in Transition 1880-1920     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 6, SJR: 0.131, h-index: 5)
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  • Monetary uncertainty and the demand for money in Ghana
    • Abstract: In theory, monetary uncertainty or volatility may influence the public to hold money at the expense of consumption or holding other assets. This leads to a fall in the velocity of money or a rise in the demand for money. This notion was first conceived by Friedman (1984), who observed that the velocity of money fell after 1979 following the Federal Reserve’s decision to fix the interest rates in order to have greater control over the monetary aggregates in 1979. Following this observation, the decline in the velocity of money in response to monetary uncertainty became known as the Friedman hypothesis. One of the earliest empirical tests of the hypothesis was conducted by Hall and Noble (1987). In their study, Hall ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Does the US. macroeconomic news make the South African stock market
           riskier'
    • Abstract: The relationship between macroeconomic risk and security returns has been central to financial economics. A well-known concept in capital asset pricing theory is that only systematic risk factors affect security prices. Macroeconomic news announcements are among the most important systematic risk factors for financial markets because the state of the economy is a major source of non-diversifiable risk. This study aims at investigating the effects of US macroeconomic news on South African stock markets, an analysis that has received no attention in the domestic or international literature. The causes of stock market fluctuations have been extensively studied by researchers1 who have identified that economic news ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The global financial crisis: Testing For Fractional Cointegration Between
           The Us And Nigerian Stock Markets
    • Abstract: The recent global financial crisis, which emanated from the US and affected adversely most of the world economies has gingered the financial experts towards studying the financial state of the economies, particularly in relation to technological advanced economies. As we perceive that the US financial state dictates the financial position of other developed and developing economies, these dependent economies need to be more careful and be at alert in avoiding such global financial breakdown in the future, particularly when the news or shocks come from the US or the UK.This paper studies the relationship between the US stock markets and the Nigerian market by means of using integration and cointegration techniques ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The monetary reaction function for Kenya
    • Abstract: To maintain price stability in any country, monetary policy is key. The policy helps in managing business cycles, yet such an important policy has very little published empirical research to help understand the monetary policy behavior of the developing countries including Kenya. There is an increasing interest to understand the country’s monetary policy reaction functions, mainly because research has shown that, wrong monetary policies or even temporary instability has a potential of leading to productivity losses; despite the fact that, monetary policy has “no real long run effects” (Agu, 2008). While the empirical investigation of monetary reaction function is not new, available literature is mainly for ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Market efficiency of African stock markets: A Meta-Analysis
    • Abstract: Market efficiency is in three forms. It can be informational, allocative or operational. A market is informationally efficient if all available information is instantaneously incorporated in setting prices. This means that all market participants are privy to information on the market and therefore abnormal returns cannot be made using information on the market. Operational efficiency is concerned with transaction costs on the market. It talks about how liquid the market is; that is, how easily it is for assets on the market to be bought and sold without their value being lost. Allocative efficiency is when investors provide funds for projects with the highest present value. Allocative efficiency depends on the ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • External financial flows and economic growth in the SADC region: An
           Application of the Granger Causality Test in Panel Data Model
    • Abstract: The importance of external capital flows to a developing economy cannot be underestimated given the attention it has received in both the academic literature and policy discourse. Much of the available studies on capital flows have largely concentrated on examining the effect it has on economic growth in emerging economies (Papaioannou 2005; Prasad and Subramanian 2007; Obstfeld 2008; Macias and Massa 2009; Kapingura, et al. 2016). On the other hand there are studies which have focused on examining the determinants of the different forms of external financial flows into developing countries (Adefeso and Agboola 2012; Jayasekara 2014; Abbas and Mosallamy 2016; Rozina 2016; Kariuki 2016; Abdelbagi et al 2016). At the ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Corruption indicators, foreign capital, and economic growth in developing
           countries
    • Abstract: Developing countries have experienced a surge in net foreign capital inflow from three main sources: foreign aid or official development assistance (ODA), foreign direct investment (FDI), and more recently, remittances, which represent international private fund transfers from immigrant workers back to their home countries. ODA almost doubled in the last 14-year period from US$50.6 billion in 2000–2004 to US$93.7 billion in 2010–2014. Although initially lower than ODA and FDI, remittances rapidly increased to twice the ODA funds by the early 2000s, and reached US$373.2 billion in the 2010–2014 period. FDI has been the fastest-growing category, with an average value of US$945.8 billion going to developing countries ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Economics of farming household’s food intake and health-capital in
           Nigeria: A two-stage probit regression approach
    • Abstract: Poor diets, illness and environmental factors mean that several people do not get the required and adequate nutrients for a healthy life as, over 30% of the world’s population, about 2 billion are anaemic; many due to iron deficiency or food lack (Maher et al., 2015; UNICEF, 2013; WHO 2010). Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), International Fund for Agricultural Development (FAO/IFAD and WFP (2015) estimated that “approximately 795 million people in the world are malnourished therefore incapable of leaving a healthy and active life. Recent statistics have shown that one in four people still remain chronically hungry in sub-Saharan Africa (FAO, IFAD, & WFP, 2014) this accounts for the ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Do regulatory standards help align CEO compensation and banks performance
           association'
    • Abstract: An increase in executive remuneration remains one of the most debated issues in popular business press and economic studies (Joskow & Rose, 1994), as a result of recent trends in corporate failures. During 2008 crisis, many financial institutions went into liquidation others were rescued by the USA government, but many CEOs of these bailed out companies took home millions of bonuses during the same period (Ahmed & Ndayisaba, 2016). In the US, the bailout plan reached US$700 billion while it cost more than US$750 billion UK taxpayers money. In Australia, the government did not have to bail out any commercial bank, although deposit guarantees were increased from $ 250,000 up to $1 million to avoid a run on a bank ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Leadership styles and employees’ motivation: Perspective from an
           emerging economy
    • Abstract: Leaders play a pivotal role in leading their followers to fulfill organizational goals effectively. They need to communicate with their employees thoroughly, and manage human capital, finance, and marketing wisely. In simple terms, leadership is a process by which an individual motivate or influence others to achieve organization goals (Kesting et al., 2016). It is the process of enhancing and encouraging the self-esteem of employees to achieve organizational task and goals. Employee motivation is a way to achieve unusual goals, in which they put effort above and beyond stated organizational goals. Comprehensively speaking, employee motivation is the extent to which employees are bound emotionally or ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The status and determinants of corporate governance disclosure: The case
           of the Gulf countries
    • Abstract: Disclosure is an important tool that enhances the “outside monitoring to function effectively” as highlighted in the Bahraini corporate governance code (Kingdom of Bahrain Ministry of Industry and Commerce and the CBB 2010). Thus, increasing corporate governance disclosure (CGD) as a mechanism that can be used to mitigate agency problems (Bushman and Smith 2001; Healy and Palepu 2001) leads to improved firm value (Hermalin and Weisbach 2012; Ntim etl. 2012) and enhances capital-market efficiency (Healy and Palepu 2001). Ntim et al. (2012) summarized the importance of increased CGD in enhancing firm value in three reasons: first, it helps investors to determine profitable investment opportunities, thus facilitating ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Does income inequality dampen growth effect on poverty' evidence from
           the US county data
    • Abstract: According to the U.S. census report of 2011, around 15.1 percent of the country’s population or more than 1 in 7 persons in the United State lived in poverty in 2011, the highest since 1993. Review of data from 767 U.S. counties over 2006-10 period also reveals that poverty rates increased in 656 counties, real household income fell in 623 counties, and inequality increased in 445 counties. Overwhelming evidence that all three indicators of quality of life are on the wrong path is alarming as they concern the purchasing power of U.S. consumers and competitiveness of the U.S. economy.1 The literature on poverty recognizes economic growth as the most important determinant of poverty reduction (Ravallion 1997; ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Determinants of the spread of bank interests in Bangladesh
    • Abstract: The spread or margin between lending and deposit interest rates plays a vital role in the financial development of a country. Opponents of high spread argued that it is detrimental to economic growth. Because, if the spread is large, it would discourage potential savers due to low returns on deposits and limits funds for potential borrowers which in turn would reduce viable investment opportunities and hinder growth perspective of the economy. From a bank perspectivesan interest rate margin shows the additional cost of borrowing that bank takes on to perform intermediation activities between borrowers and fund lenders, interest rate margin also is a premium for the risk the bank undertakes, it compensates for loan ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The impact of microfinance on financial inclusion in Nigeria
    • Abstract: “Along with the three other pillars of development – democracy, education and infrastructures – microfinance is increasingly considered a key instrument in implementing effective and sustainable strategies in the fight against poverty”Efforts to deliver affordable credit to low-income borrowers are not new. Many attempts have been made throughout history to establish institutions for supplying credit to the poor. Clear and longstanding examples are discouragement of usury and Islamic prohibitions of interest. Sharia prohibits the acceptance of interest for loans of money (known as usury, or riba). Historically, these prohibitions have been used to different degrees in Muslim countries and communities to prohibit ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Econometric estimation of banking stocks
    • Abstract: Stock market is a general term alluding to the composed exchanging of securities through the different physical and electronic trades and over the counter market. The share trading system is a standout amongst the most prominent sectors of a market economy, on the grounds that it gives organizations access to capital by permitting investors to purchase shares of ownership in an organization. By purchasing shares, investors stand to potentially pick up cash by benefitting from organizations' future wellbeing. Despite of the fact that there are millions to be picked up by purchasing shares and afterward offering them for a benefit, not every investor is wise enough to pick up a profit for their investment, and ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • What determines the profitability of non-bank deposit taking
           institutions': some evidence from Mauritius
    • Abstract: Banks are the furthermost imperative institutions which are accountable in handling and safeguarding the fortune of the common man. The industries of banking, whether public or private, are the utmost reliable commercial bodies, where individuals deposit their earned cash for security. Nonetheless, there are other organisations which are progressively building their existence felt in this ground and which are also termed as the Non-Bank Financial Institution.NBDTIs1 play a crucial part in the Mauritian financial sector. The state of its progress is generally a good gauge to the state of expansion of a nation's financial system as a whole. Though there have been extensive literature scrutinising the determinants of ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • What factors make micro-firms sustainable' a proposal for a model
    • Abstract: Drawing on resource-based view (RBV) and dynamic capability view (DCV), the development strategies that ensure jobs for the underprivileged people require resources. However, these resources are scarce in developing countries. Therefore, underprivileged people are forced to participate in micro-firm (MFs) activities (Khan and Quaddus, 2015; Khan, 2017). However, over time, many of them become successful. If MFs are to alleviate poverty, they have to be sustainable in the long term (Khan, Quaddus, and Rowe, 2012). How they become so and why this happens are questions of interest to policy makers, to development agencies, to students, and to researchers, all having much to gain from having them answered, as do, of ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Do exchange rate and oil price shocks have asymmetric effect on
           inflation': some evidence from Nigeria
    • Abstract: Questions regarding the effects of exchange rate and oil prices on inflation are fundamental empirical issues in the macroeconomic literature. For that reason, a great number of studies have been devoted to the effects of exchange rate and oil prices on inflation (see Calvo and Reinhart, 2000; Taylor, 2000; Hooker, 2002; Cunado & De Gracia, 2005; Liu and Tsang, 2008). Researchers have employed a variety of econometric approaches to measure the effects. However, a great majority of the empirical studies employs restrictive models. One common assumption used in the studies is symmetry of responses to shocks. In other words, the studies assumed that the magnitude of exchange rate (or oil price) transmission to ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Export and gender difference in production contribution: A joint and
           non-linear analysis using panel and firm-level data
    • Abstract: Among those traditional literatures studying gender difference, unequal wages and other welfare treatments between men and women create many issues with workers, especially female workers’ efficiency and motivation. Therefore, enforcing gender equality is traditionally accepted as an important method of production development. This research deviates from traditional wage-gap analysis by using production capability to study gender production differences, which provide an important channel to understand firm development. Amid globalization, how have female workers’ capabilities developed' Have gender differences diminished or increased' In addition, production differences could explain the wage gap because wages are ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The impact of social safety net scholarships program to school dropout
           rates in Indonesia: The intention-to-treat analysis
    • Abstract: The economic crisis in Indonesia in mid-1997 had a devastating effect on almost all aspects of the economy. In line with the deteriorating economic conditions Indonesia then appear different to the fear associated with the impact on the socio-economic conditions of society, especially children's education. Cameron (2009) showed that the primary school attendance rate is generally unchanged and relatively stable during the economic crisis in Indonesia, but the decline occurred at the level of junior secondary school from 77.5% in 1997 to 77.2% in the year 1998. Meanwhile, the school attendance for senior secondary school did not change. Hartono and Ehrman (2001) through the MOE data identified that the level of ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Testing Stock Market Efficiency and the Asset Pricing Model: Some Evidence
           from Sri Lanka
    • Abstract: Accuracy of the asset pricing model used to measure stock returns is in the centre of the market efficiency debate. Adherents of market efficiency hypothesis ascribe stock market anomalies to the misspecifications of the asset pricing model. Mis-specified asset pricing models are likely to conceal model defects in abnormal returns. As such, market anomalies should be ideally tested using a correctly specified asset pricing model to shed light on stock market efficiency. In Sri Lanka, there is a greater emphasis on the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) in predicting stock returns. It is therefore one reason to use the CAPM in this study over the contemporary asset pricing models evolved in the recent past to ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Does Foreign Direct Investment Accelerate the Vietnamese Economic
           Growth': A Simultaneous Equations Approach
    • Abstract: Since the introduction of the DoiMoi1 political and economic reforms in 1986, Vietnam has obtained a number of remarkable economic achievements. Over the last 30 years, from one of the poorest nations in the world with a per capita income of less than US$100, Vietnam has transformed into one of the most dynamic emerging countries in the East Asia region, with a per capital income well above US$2000 in 2014 (Word Bank 2015). In recent years, whilst worldwide economies have still been experiencing a very slow and uneven recovery as a consequence of the 2007/2008 global financial crisis, Vietnam has been maintaining relatively high and stable economic growth. By the end of 2014, Vietnam’s GDP had increased by 5.98% ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Can the availability of informal loans be detrimental to microloan
           repayment': Some empirical evidence from Bangladesh
    • Abstract: This study examines whether or not taking informal loan(s) in addition to microloan influences the loan repayment of a micro-borrower. A large volume of studies have tried to identify the determining factors of microloan repayment. Some studies (e.g., Bhatt and Tang 2002; Nawai and Sharif 2012; Oke et al. 2007) have focused on the borrower’s socio-economic traits and the characteristics of the business for which microloan is taken. Nawai and Sharif (2012), and Oke et al. (2007) have examined loan-specific characteristics as well. Some studies (e.g., Bassem 2008; Cassar et al. 2007; Feroze et al. 2011; Hietalahti1 and Linden 2006; Karlan 2007; Menon 2007; Warue 2012) have shed light on group-specific factors, as ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Exchange Rate Behavior in Ghana: Is there a Misalignment'
    • Abstract: Theoretically, maintaining the real exchange rate at a level close to its equilibrium is imperative for sustained growth particularly from the export sector (Edwards 1988; Kemme & Roy 2006). Misaligned real exchange rates distort relative prices, sends wrong signals to economic participants and could lead to misallocation of scarce economic resources. An overvalued currency may result in the loss of competitiveness in international trade. This may lead to lower investment and productivity in the export sector as well as domestic industries when relatively cheaper imports flood the local market. An undervalued currency may increase inflationary pressures in an economy due to higher demand for the relatively cheaper ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Explaining the Ethiopian farmers’ perceptions on potential loss of
           traditional crop varieties: A principal components regression analysis
    • Abstract: It is a common concern in sustainable agricultural development that the diversity of traditional crop varieties will be replaced by uniform and improved varieties. This issue is one of the increasingly important but less visible and hardly topical rural development problems in many developing countries, including Ethiopia (Wale, 2011). It is barely on top of the agenda of political leaders. Biodiversity research and policy have not historically attracted the kind of policy attention they deserve (Mlambo, 2012). In the context of agrobiodiversity1, a subset of biodiversity, it could be because the loss and its impacts are invisible, cumulative and not immediate.Conservation attitudes/perceptions and knowledge of the ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Study of the Moderate Growth of Online Retailing (Ecommerce) In the UAE
    • Abstract: Online retailing is growing fast and many businesses are realizing that maintaining a strong presence on the Web is indispensable in today’s global economy (Krishnamurthy et al., 2005; Rafiq et al., 2013). Future business will be undertaken in online market platforms, allowing companies to compete regardless of their size (Palmer, 1997; Wigand, 1997), stronger competition, (Ching and Ellis, 2004; Marcelo Torres et al., 2014, Wigand, 1997). In this research study, an attempt is made to determine the growth level in online retailing in Dubai. The increasing growth of the online channel in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) shows positive signs for online retailing. The flow of the paper includes literature review ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Exchange rate flexibility and financial integration: The case of France
           1977-2014
    • Abstract: According to the flow-oriented model of exchange rate behaviour, currency depreciation improves a country’s competitiveness, balance of trade and its real output. This increases a firm’s current and future cash flows and its stock returns (Dornbusch & Fisher 1980). According to the stock-oriented model, expectations of future exchange rate movement affect the current prices of financial assets; thus, exchange rate determines the demand and supply of stocks and bonds in financial markets (Adjasi & Biekpe 2005). According to the arbitrage pricing theory, a rise in interest rates may result in a fall in stock prices; however, an increase in foreign capital inflow into the economy, due to the higher interest rates ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Factors Affecting Entrepreneurial Intention Among The Malaysian University
           Students
    • Abstract: Entrepreneurship has established its position as the most powerful economic force over the last decades. Entrepreneurship, therefore, has been viewed as the ‘panacea to the unemployment problem’, in other words, entrepreneurship is perceived as a solution to the unemployment rate (Ahmad & Xavier, 2012). Upon realizing the importance of entrepreneurship education, the development of entrepreneurship, in both concept and activity, is becoming more important in Malaysia. The number and variety of supporting mechanisms and policies instituted by the government for entrepreneurs prove this.The ‘Higher Education Entrepreneurship Development Policy’ is the current policy concerning entrepreneurship education that was ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • India’s policies on leveraging financial inclusion in the country
    • Abstract: The restricted access of financial services in certain segments of the society leads to the birth of financial exclusion (Global Financial Report 2014). Financial exclusion need not necessarily be non-accessibility to formal mode of finance but could also be a culmination of those who have limited access to financial services and products and those who are using unsuitable products (Shabna 2014). In India, with a population of 1.31 billion people, to ensure continuous growth and development of the country, it is essential that the entire population is covered under the financial bracket of the government (Garg & Agarwal 2014). The first Financial Inclusion survey in India was conducted in 2003, and was observed ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • People’s Perception About Services Of Public Institutions in Bangladesh:
           Do People Trust Their Services'
    • Abstract: In this era government of the countries all through the world are altering their actions from conventional system of public administration to new public management/new public service model. Developed countries already established new approaches of public services while developing countries locate it hard/very slow in introducing people centric new thought of public services. Bangladesh for its extra ordinary development in different sectors like advancement in information technology, gender equity, self-capacity in food production, achievement of MDG goals; is like role model to other developing country. How govt. of Bangladesh adds to its advancement or the other factors to ease opportunities; is worth of query. ... Read More
      Keywords: Monetary policy; Demand for money; Stocks; Stock exchanges; Journalism, Commercial; United States; Nigeria; Investments, Foreign; Economic development; Economic assistance; Corruption; Emigrant remittances; Nutrition; Malnutrition; Body mass index; Chief executive
      PubDate: 2017-07-03T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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