Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                      4th Academic International Conference on Business, Economics and Management
Conference Dates                    25th-27th September 2018

Deadline for Abstract              20th August 2018
Conference Venue                   
Harvard University, Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School, Boston USA
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1.       Dr. Moses Abalaka, Associate Professor, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Antibacterial Potentials of the Leaf Extracts of Siam Weed (Chromolaena odorata) on Wound Isolates. Co-Author(s): Prof.  Olumide Falusi (Dean, School of Life Sciences);  Prof. Musa Galadima (Professor); and Dr Faruk Kuta (Head, Department of Microbiology)

2.       Dr. Indira Aernyi, Lecturer, College of Education Katsina-Ala, Higher Education in Nigeria and the Challenge of Funding: The way forward. Co-Author(s): Dr. Idoko. A.A

3.       Mr. Abayomi Odebunmi, Lecturer, Osun State Polytechnic Iree, Examination of Opportunity Identification by Nascent Entrepreneurs in South – Western Nigeria: An Effectuation Perspective. Co-Author(s): Agboola Jacob Olusola, Lecturer; and Afolabi Yakibi Ayodele, Lecturer

4.       Mr. Bilal Muhammad Yaseen, Lecturer, University of Central Punjab (UCP), Trade Openness and Economic Growth: A Case of Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Fateh Muhammad Khan

5.       Mr. Adeniyi Austine Adeoye, Lecturer, Adekunle Ajasin University, Commodity Exchange in USA: It’s Implication on the Nigerian Economy. Co-Author(s): Mr. Adeoye Adeniyi Austine, Lecturer

6.       Mr. David Jide Oyebisi, Research Student, University of Johannesburg, The Behaviour of Outsourced Employees as Sources of Information System Security Threats. 

7.       Dr. Monica Ewomazino Akokuwebe, Lecturer, Osun State University, Prevalence of Risk-inducing Lifestyles Patterns for Kidney Disease among Nigerians in South Western Nigeria. 

8.       Dr. Linda Kwon-Ndung, Senior Lecturer, Federal University Lafia, Mainstreaming Gender in Tertiary Institutions and Development in Nigeria: Focus on Federal University Lafia Nasarawa State Nigeria. 

9.       Mr. Olawale Obajuluwa, Researcher, Afe Babalola University, The Need for a Reform in Educational Management in Tertiary Institutions. 

10.   Dr. Osama Shaban, Associate Professor, Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan, The Impact of Modern Accounting Curriculum in the Development of Accounting Profession: Evidence from Jordan. 

11.   Dr. Samuel O. Chukwu-Okoronkwo, Researcher, Abia State University, Impact Assessment of Exclusive Breastfeeding Media Campaign Among Mothers in Selected Metropolitan Cities in Southeast Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Dr. Paschal P. Ihechu, Dr. Nnenna E. Okoronkwo,  Dr. Uzoma C. Okugo

12.   Dr. Oluwole Solanke, Principal Lecturer, Federal Polytechnic Offa, Accountability in higher education: the polytechnic experience. 

13.   Mr. Darshil Vyas, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Analysis of Indian Ship Building Industry: Challenges and the way ahead. 

14.   Dr. Adejompo Fagbohunka, Senior Lecturer, Adekunle Ajasin University, Pollution and the Urban Aesthetics in the Industrial Districts of Lagos, Nigeria; Any Correlation?

15.   Prof. Owolabi Kuye, Dean, University of Lagos, Product Abuse As a Result of Unethical Sales Approach among Youths: Marketing Implications in Alcoholic Herbal Drinks in Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Dr. ONIKU Ayodele

16.   Dr. Ayodele Oniku, Post Graduate Programme Coordinator, University of Lagos, Lager Consumption among Nigerian Youths and the Implications for the Industry Future. Co-Author(s): Owolabi L KUYE, Professor; and Adebayo I GAFARI, Project/Reasearch Manager

17.   Mrs. Maryam Muhammad D., Lecturer, Zamfara State College Of Education, Girl-Child Education as a Pancea to Gender Equality and Parity. 

18.   Ms. Adepeju Dorcas Adekunle, Associate partner, Kehinde Adekunle & Co, Variations in Feminist Economic Thought Across the Globe: The Legal Perspective. 

19.   Mr. Olabode Thomas Ayoola, Lecturer 1, Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Human Resources Management and Efficiency in the Private Sector. Co-Author(s): Olademrji Ajibola Samuel

20.   Dr. Temitope Alade, Senior Lecturer, College of Education Ikere Ekiti, Human-Health-Related Factors As Correlates Of Antenatal Care Service Utilisation Among Pregnant Women in Ekiti State, Nigeria. 

21.   Ms. Bhavana Gulaty, Associate, AECOM India Pvt. Ltd, Mapping the intentions and projections in the making of Imperial New Delhi. 

22.   Prof. Chimwemwe Chipeta, Associate Professor, University of the Witwatersrand, Capital Structure, Method of Payment and Acquiring Firm Performance: The Case of Cross Border Acquisitions into Africa. 

23.   Prof. Steven Dunga, Associate professor, North West University, Vaal Triangle Campus, The Relationship Between the Morbidity Rate and Household Socio- Economics Characteristics. 

24.   Dr. Santithorn Puripakdee, Lecturer, Silpakorn University, Enhancing the Quality of Work Life of Production Line Workers in Automotive Parts Industry in Thailand. Co-Author(s): Khomkrit Nantharojphong

25.   Mr. Jonathan Dangana, Lecturer & Student, Babcock University, Evaluating the Relationship between Dietary Patterns and Nutritional Status of Female Undergraduates in Babcock University, Ilishan- Remo, Ogun. Co-Author(s): Miss Michelle Atagbuzi;  Dr. Oyewole Oyerinde, Senior Lecturer; and Miss Ruby Aigbotsua, Student

26.   Dr. Rajeev Kumar Ranjan, Associate Professor, Quantum University, A Study of Best Practices for Sustainable Tourism Development: Implications for the Uttarakhand Tourism Industry. Co-Author(s): Prof.(Dr.) Rohit Kushwaha

27.   Ms. Ahalya Ramanathan, Phd Student, Indian Institute of Technology New Delhi, Implications of middle class size on economic growth and social development across Indian states. Co-Author(s): Dr. Sourabh Paul

28.   Dr. Ephrem Habtemichael Redda, Senior Lecturer, North-West University, Attitudes towards Online Shopping: Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour. 

29.   Dr. Ghulam Rasool Madni, Assistant Professor, The University of Lahore, Environmental Sustainability and Institutional Quality in South Asia: A Bootstrap Panel Analysis. 

30.   Dr. Shahid Ali, Assistant Professor, Institute of Management Sciences Peshawar, Does ownership by banks and National Investment Trust (NIT) affect the market performance of firms’ in family-dominated corporate sector? Empirical evidence from Sugar and Allied Industry and Auto Industry of Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Dr. Maryam Jabeen

31.   Ms. Archana Govindaraju, Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Electronic- National Agriculture Market (e-NAM) in India: Success or Failure? Co-Author(s): Dr. Prabina Rajib

32.   Dr. Abdul Falilat, Lecturer I, University of Ilorin, Customer’s Awareness, Understanding and Patronage of Non-Interest Banking Services in Nigeria: Evidence from Jaiz Bank Plc, Kaduna. Co-Author(s): Dr Mustapha Ismaila, Senior Lecturer; and Oalnipekun Waheed, Assistant Lecturer

33.   Mr. Cornelius Tembi, Student, Boston City Campus & Business College, The Impact of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) on Tourism SMMEs: A South African Case Study. 

34.   Mr. Muhammad Sajid, PhD Candidate, Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom, Financial Knowledge direct Financial Inclusion and better Financial Decisions. Co-Author(s): Ms. Kanwal Lazrus, Student, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada

35.   Mr. Hasan Hanif, PhD Student, Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology, Modeling Contemporaneous and Forward Systemic Risk Under Economic Sensitivity. Co-Author(s): Dr.Muhammad Naveed

36.   Mr. Hasan Hanif, PhD Student, Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology, Signalling Effects of Dividends, Investments and Earnings: Empirical Evidence from Pakistan Stock Exchange. Co-Author(s): Dr.Muhammad Naveed

37.   Mr. Muhammad Sajid, PhD Candidate, Royal Holloway, University of London, Are Decision-Making Characteristics and Behavioural Biases related to Managerial Cognitive Ability? Co-Author(s): Dr. Matthew C. Li, Lecturer

38.   Mr. Michael Olajide, Scientist, Federal University of Technology Akure, Influence of Mobile Phone Radiation on Haematological Parameters, Redox and Histological Statuses in the Testes and Brain of Wistar Albino Rats. Co-Author(s): Dr. (Mrs) Faromika O. P

39.   Mr. Durga Subedi, Student, Japan University Economics, Structural Transformation, Economic Growth and Sectoral Contribution to GDP through Electricity in Developing Countries. 

40.   Mr. Absalom Jabu Makhubu, Lecturer, University of Johannesburg, Cultivating a ‘New Normal’: An experiment in an Ethical Approach to Architectural Education at the University of Johannesburg. Co-Author(s): Mr. Tariq Toffa, Lecturer

41.   Ms. Leago Madumo, Lecturer and Researcher, University of Johannesburg, The socio-cultural, economical and spatial impact of the Corridors of Freedom in Orlando, Soweto. 

42.   Ms. Leago Madumo, Lecturer and Researcher, University of Johannesburg, Towards change in design education: what else must change for a curriculum to change? 

43.   Prof. Li-Ling Hsu, Professor, Oriental Institute of Technology, A Study on a Learning Outcome-Oriented Virtual Reality Simulation Training in Port-A-Catheter Nursing Care. 

44.   Mrs. Christine Aluyi, Deputy Registrar, College of Education Warri, Political Interference in Service Delivery: Nigeria in Focus. 

45.   Dr. Shahbaz Ahmad, Assistant Professor and  Deputy Director, University Of Lahore, The Impact of ICT Values with Respect to Utilization by the University Lecturers in Instruction in Pakistan. 

46.   Mr. Amrendra Singh, Student, Pandit Deendyal Petrolum University, Legal protection of Women: An Conceptual study with special preference to Dotarium System in India. 

47.   Dr. Tito Endrina, Education Program Supervisor, Department of Education, Unfolding the Reading Difficulties of Tagakaolo Students in the English Language: Walking Through the Lens of Frustrated Readers. 

48.   Ms. Jubeelyne Gernale, Master Student, Cebu Doctors' University, Investigation on the Antibacterial Property of Lemongrass (Cymbopogan citratus) leaves and calamansi (Citrus microcarpa) peel oil on Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. 

49.   Prof. Bouchra Lebzar, Professor, Cadi Ayyad University, Factors influencing the acceptance of M-Learning by students of higher education in Morocco. Co-Author(s): Rachid JAhidi

50.   Ms. Kim Obispo, Teacher, San Isidro National High School, We are not just Learners of Today, but the Future of Todays generation. 

51.   Mr. Marino Samou Kamdem, Phd Sudent, RWTH Aachen University, Intercultural Education as a 21st Century global issue: The case of Africa and Africans in German Schoolbooks. 

52.   Dr. Gifty Oforiwaa Gyamera, Lecturer, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Not Savvy Enough: A Critical Exploration of International Collaborations in Universities in Ghana. Additional Abstract Accepted:  A critical exploration of the conceptualisation and rationalisation of internationalisation in the public universities in Ghana

53.   Mr. Yamamo Satrio, Undergraduate Student, Brawijaya University, MANG.ID as Local Brand Marketing Platform for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise : Android Application. Co-Author(s): Joshua Lagutan Manullang, Undergraduate Student; Raditya Hidayat, Undergraduate Student; Junior, Undergraduate Student; Tobing Setyawan, Undergraduate Student

54.   Mr. Hurso Adam, PhD Student, London South Bank University,

55.   The Politics of Natural Resources Governance in Africa: Environment, Conflict and Security Nexus in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria

56.   Mr. Kazeem Adewale Hamzat, Lecturer, Osun State College of Technology, Sustainable Energy Solution for Rural Areas and Application Using Off-Grid Solar PV Power Energy Kiosks. Co-Author(s): Mrs. Adedeji A.A Additional Abstract Accepted:  Assessment of Employment and Social Impact of Energy Efficiency in Rural Area of South-West Nigeria

57.   Mr. Ojinga Omiunu, Doctoral Student, University of Ibadan, Organisational health, information literacy and knowledge management practices as correlates of performance of universities in Southwestern Nigeria. 

58.   Mrs. Sunbul Cheema, Lecturer, Bahria University, Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Employee Engagement. 

59.   Mr. Kevin Ayukncha Enow, Post Graduate Student & Researcher, Eberwalde University for Sustainable Development (HNEE), Monitoring Forest Cover Change at the Waza National Park and its Environs between 2000 And 2016, Far North Cameroon, Using Gis And Remote Sensing Techniques. 

60.   Mr. Exequiel Gono Jr., Faculty, San Pedro College, Models of Academic Cheating among College Students. Co-Author(s): John Michael R. Adlaon; Jake Arthur B. Balasila; Shaepril Khaye T. Basan; Francesca Ricci S. Gan; Joshua Benedict K. Lua; Aprelle Joyce C. Medidas; Vianca Zhyna O. Rebuelta; Sophia Charlotte Aphrodite M. Salilama; Ken Jeremi L. Shimizu; Lorenzo Michael Mu

61.   Mr. Mohamed Muse Hassan, MBA Student, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Consumer Trust and Online Payment Options: Determinants of E-Commerce in the Least Developed Countries. Co-Author(s): Geunhee Lee, Associate Professor

62.   Mr. Alex Boadi Dankyi, Phd Student, Jiangsu University, Optimizing Decision Making In Higher Education: A Systems Thinking Approach. Co-Author(s): Ms. Nana Aba, Boafo, Masters Student

63.   Ms. Rida Riaz, Research Fellow, Lahore School of Economics, Does Income and Education of women transform their social values? A case study of working-women in Lahore. Co-Author(s): Mr. Fayyaz Zafar

64.   Mr. Hongyan Wu, Associate Academic Advisor, RDF International School, Self-interest or informational consideration? A study on individual trade attitudes formation in the U.S.-China trade protectionism disputes. 

65.   Mr. Amar Singh, Assistant Professor, Azim Premji University, Education of Mirasi Muslim and Balai Caste girls - A Study of Government and Low Fee Private Schools in Ikbalpur Village, Rajasthan. 

66.   Mr. Esther Bahat, Lecturer, The University of Haifa, Strategies for Human Resource Management. 

67.   Ms. Hifza Bukhari, Lecturer, International Islamic University Islamabad, Predictors of Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Evidence from Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Attia Abbasi

68.   Mr. Jeremie Pernet, Phd Student, Skema Business School, A conceptual paper on Projectification through the practice lens. 

69.   Dr. Asia Zulfqar, Assistant Professor, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Developing leaders in higher education: Evaluation of a leadership development program. Co-Author(s): Dr. Martin Valcke, Head of Department

70.   Mrs. Jamila Elnashef, PhD Candidate, Tel Aviv University, A laboratory of One's Own' Female scientists in research universities in Israel: Policy, Gender Politics and Personal Experience. 

71.   Prof. Arlene Kanter, Professor & Director, Syracuse University, Is Education a Human Right for All? 

72.   Mr. Naveen B Ramu, Ph.D Student, Indian Institute of Science, To explore an impact of demography, transportation, technology, policy and road infrastructure attributes on service quality factors and their impact on overall satisfaction of intercity bus transport. Co-Author(s): Anjula Gurtoo

73.   Ms. Mariah Farah, PhD Student, Haifa University, Ethical concepts of autonomy and freedom of Palestinian women in Israel. 

74.   Dr. K. C. Wong, Professor, Biola University, An API Approach to Solving Undergraduate Operating Systems Projects. 

75.   Dr. Gulnawaz Usmani, Assistant Professor, Poona College of Arts, Science and Commerce, The Relationship among Tourist Arrivals, GDP and International Tourist expenditure for Brazil, Russian Federation, India and China: An Analysis of Granger Causality. Co-Author(s): Dr. Shahid Jamal Ansari

76.   Ms. Rashi Mahato, HR Researcher, International Professors Project, Career Paths - A Tool to Support Talent Management. 

77.   Ms. Yuxuan Du, Director of SP Association, SP Association, Concil Academic Association, Pursuing the Fantasy: The effects of sentimental connections on luxury goods’ consumers’ decision-making process. 

78.   Dr. Revati Namjoshi, General Manager, Researcher, MKCL, India Education Transformation Program, Building Work-based Learning (WBL) ecosystem at the Workplace: Role of the industry in WBL pedagogy implementation. 

79.   Ms. Kartika Sofia Aprianti, Postgrad Student - Graduated, University of Nottingham, Why a Bank Should be Bailed Out? A Theoretical Model and Case Study From Indonesia. Co-Author(s): Dr. Rob Young

80.   Dr. Rajiv Ranjan Dwivedi, Assistant Professor, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Reciprocal ‘Otherization’ of Nations: A Critique of Mohsin Hamid’s Novel, The Reluctant Fundamentalist. 

81.   Dr. Naresh Kumar Vats, Assistant Professor, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprasth University, Transcending Clichés and Stereotypes through Popular Images. 

82.   Mr. Mkpoikanke Otu, Lecturer, University of Nigeria Nsukka, Exposure to Business Ethics Counseling and the Perceived Linkage between Ethics Practice and Business Outcome. 

83.   Prof. Bouchra LEBZAR, Professor, Cadi Ayyad University, Analysis identifying the influential factors in the use of e-learning among teachers. Co-Author(s): Dr. Jahidi Rachid

84.   Dr. Olubukola Longe, Lecturer, University of Lagos, Influence of Parenting Style on Adolescent Social Value Orientation in Amuwo-Odofin Local Government Area of Lagos State, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Ms. Esther Enwerem, Student

85.   Prof. Ezechiel Longe, Professor, University of Lagos, Status and Characterization of Highway and Stormwater Sediments in Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Ms. Abiola Oniwinde, Graduate Student

86.   Dr. Irene Salmaso, PhD, University of Florence, Adulthood and awareness in people with intellectual disabilities: work experience at the Social Bateau Ca 'Moro of Livorno. 

87.   Dr. Deema Khasawneh, Lecturer, German Jordanian University, Challenges of the Implementation of Peace Education in Jordanian Schools.  Additional Abstract Accepted:  Reasons of  University Students’ Violence in Jordan from the Perspective of Yarmouk University Students

88.   Dr. Butsari Phenglengdi, Lecturer, Chiang Mai University, Pre-Service Chemistry Teachers’ Understanding of the Redox Reaction by Using Computer Animations with Three Levels of Thinking. 

89.   Dr. Busisiwe Ndawonde, Senior Lecturer, University of Zululand, Teaching and Evaluation Practices: A case study of a Natural Sciences Teacher. 

90.   Dr. Elizabeth Enanoriia-Carbajosa, Professor, William V. S. Tubman University, Customs and Informal Justice System their Impact on the Human Rights of Women: Bases for Human Rights Education.  

91.   Mrs. Neagu Florentina-Stefania, Phd Student, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, The effects of terrorism on changing the Competitiveness Index Value: North Africa Case Study. Co-Author(s): Dr. Gabriela Cecilia Stanciulescu

92.   Mr. Gebretsadkan Hintsa, Lecturer, Adigrat University, Evaluation of Antimalarial Activity of the Leaves Latex and TLC isolates from Aloe megalacantha Baker in Plasmodium berghei infected mice. Co-Author(s):  Mr. Gereziher Geremedhin; and Dr. Aman Karim

93.   Mr. Ephrem Mebrahtu, Lecturer, Adigrat University, In vivo Hepatoprotective and in vitro Radical Scavenging Activity of Cucumis ficifolius A. Rich Root Extract. Co-Author(s):  Mr. Mebrahtom Gebrelibanos; and Dr. P. Gomathi

94.   Mr. Alex Boadi Dankyi, PhD Candidate, Jiangsu University, Ascertaining Actors Impact on Human Capital Development in the Financial Sector: A Social Network Approach. Co-Author(s): Professor Kong Yusheng

95. Dr. Butsari Phenglengdi, Lecturer, Chiang Mai University, Pre-Service Chemistry Teachers’ Misconceptions in Chemical Equations.  

96.  Ms. Julianne Yichen Lin, PhD Student, National Chengchi University, Implementation of Transitional Justice in Taiwan—Theory and Practice.  

97.   Ms. Ogechi Ibeanusi, Student, University of Southern California, Improving Education in the US with Design Thinking.  

98.   Mrs. Lina Yaqub, PhD Student, University of Cincinnati, The Impact of the Railways on the Modernizing of Mosul and Istanbul between the late 19th and mid-20th centuries.  

99.   Ms. Orans Al-Behadili, Phd Student, University of Cincinnati, Iraqi Marshes: The Safe Haven | Historic Journey to the Notion of Iraqi Marshes as a Safe Haven for Iraqis.  

100.  Ms. Rashmi Sharma, Phd Student, Mumbai School of Economics and Public Policy (Autonomous), University of Mumbai, Understanding Floor Area Ratio: Case of Mumbai.  

101.  Mr. Thaddeus Mutarubukwa, PhD Student, University of Dar es salaam, Conservation Fishing in Lake Victoria: Can Losers be Guardians of Fisheries Resources? Co-Author(s):  Cosmas, H. Sokoni

102. Mr. Dhruv Nandakumar, Student, University of Bremen, Incorporating a Socio-Scientific Issue into the Science Curriculum to Improve Student Engagement. Co-Author(s): Dr. Ozcan Gulacar; Dr. Ingo Eilks; and Christian Zowada

103. Prof. Jose Emilio Vasconez Cruz, Researcher-Professor, Universidad Internacional del Ecuador UIDE, Transformations within the International Financial system and the governance gap between emergent and developed economies.  

104. Prof. Rebecca Kelly, Assistant Professor, Syracuse University, Decoding Democracy: Arming a New Generation to View Social Media with Critical Thinking.