Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title              4th Academic International Conference on Interdisciplinary Legal Studies 
Conference Dates             21st-23rd November 2016
Deadline for Abstract       24th October 2016
Venue                              Harvard University, 
Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School, Boston USA
Updated on 22nd October 2016

1.       Dr. Sujit Choudhary, Assistant Professor, Central University of Jharkhand, Educational Status of Tribes in Jharkhand (India): A Comparative Study of Oraon and Santhal.  

2.       Mr. Peter Sule, Lecturer, Federal University Lafia, Justice in Nigeria: Plea Bargain, Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Administration of Criminal Justice.  

3.       Mr. Oluwafifehan Ogunde, Research Student, University of Nottingham, Disparity between Child Rights Law and Societal Practice: The Nigerian Example.  

4.       Mr. Hailai Weldeslassie, PhD Research Fellow and Economics Lecturer, University of Kwazulu-Natal, Does Micro finance Help to Reduce Poverty in Ethiopia? Propensity Score-Matching Impact Analysis.  

5.       Mr. Oyeniyi Abe, Doctoral candidate, University of Cape Town, Implementing Pillar II of the Guiding Principles on Business and Human using the lens of Article 46 (C) of the Malabo Protocol.  

6.       Dr. Joseph Bassey, Senior Lecturer/Head of Department, Akwa Ibom State University, Interdisciplinary Studies of Law and History: Towards Development of African Legal History.  

7.       Mrs. Maria Derica Arrian Tejada, Elementary Teacher, Department of Education, A Descriptive Analysis of Grade Six Pupils’ Sociological Learning Preferences and their Achievement in Mathematics in the Elementary Schools of Lucena West District, School Year 2016-2017.  

8.       Mrs. Joyce Ayeni, PhD student, University of Kwazulu-Natal, Methodologies and Perceptions to Theorising Migration.  

9.       Mr. Simon-Peter St. Emmanuel, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria, The Exigency of Traditional Medicine as a form of Alternative Medicine in Nigeria: The Need for Administrative Dexterity.  

10.   Mr. Antom Vanen, Lecturer II, Nigeria Police Academy, Poverty, Inequality and the Social cause of Crime: An x-ray of the Nigeria Delta Militants.  

11.   Mr. Muhammad Yahdi Salampessy, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, Adat Law Society and The Rights Over Natural Resources: Institution and the Management of Sasi In Maluku Indonesia.  

12.   Ms. Sarah Nahrasiyah Putri, Student, University of Indonesia, Structural Adjustment Program: The Political Economy of Trade Policies in Indonesia. Co-Author(s): Ms. Nadia Raissa, Student; Ms. Jessmymer Stephanie, Student; and Mr. Mohammad Rizaldi Pratama, Student

13.   Ms. Sanskriti Singh, Masters in Law Student, Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Juvenile justice system in India. Co-Author(s): Mr Ankit Tomar Student

14.   Ms. Chen Meng Lam, Lecturer, SIM University, Corporate Governance in Singapore: Exploring the Concept of Director Independence In Light of Global Corporate Governance Principles.  

15.   Dr. Igor Vuletic, Assistant Professor and Vice Dean, University of Osijek, The New Concept of Sex-Crimes in Croatian Criminal Law. Co-Author(s): Davor Simunic

16.   Mr. Dubois Mutombo Dibue, Researcher, University of South Australia, Legal Analysis of the Complementarity Regime of the International Criminal Court: A South African and Ugandan Perspective. Co-Author(s): Lina Kabedi

17.   Mrs. Marylou Alvarez, Teacher 2, Department of Education, The Efficacy of Deped Computerization Program (DCP) as Perceived by Public Elementary School Teachers of General Luna Quezon.  

18.   Mr. Tunjica Petrasevic, Assistant Professor and Vice-dean, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, A Critique on the Human Rights Protection Mechanism before the European Court of Human Rights: The Croatian Perspective.  

19.   Prof. Sayma Zia, Assistant Professor, Bahria University Karachi Campus, Etiological factors behind Gender discrimination. Additional Abstract Accepted:  Gender Equality as a catalyst for Human Development Index: An explanatory study on selected Asian countries and top ranked countries in Human Development Index

20.   Mr. Akintunde Adebayo, Lecturer, Adekunle Ajasin University, Administration of Criminal Justice and The Protection of the Rights of Female Inmates in Nigerian Prisons.  

21.   Ms. Maliheh Taheri, Lecturer, Universoty of Birmingham, How age differences and environmental manipulations affects cooperative decision making in the prisoner’s dilemma game. Co-Author(s): Dr. Pia Rotshtein,Ulrik Beierholm

22.   Mr. Shubham Prajapati, Student, Indian Institute of Technology, Factors Affecting Consumer Purchase Decisions among Organic Food Products in India: An Exploratory Study. Co-Author(s): Rajat

23.   Dr. Tengku Keizerina Devi Azwar, Lecturer, University of Sumatera Utara, The Role and Legal Responsibility of the Parties in the Counterfeit Vaccines Case in Indonesia : A Challange for Health Care Law and Ethics.  

24.   Mr. Mathewos Muke, Lecturer, Mizan Tepi University, Modeling Rainfall-runoff using SWAT model in data scarce area: in the Weybo River Catchment of southwestern Ethiopia. Co-Author(s): Dr.Amanuel Zenebe, Director

25.   Ms. H Theresa Darlong, Assistant Professor, Women's College, Reframing Tribal Governance in Tripura: TTAADC to the Village.  

26.   Mr. M. Yasin Al- Arif, Researcher, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Positivism Legal Controversy: Dilemma Carok as Madura’s Culture through Indigenous Dispute Settlement in Indonesia. Mr. Co-Author(s):Mohammad Faisol Soleh, Researcher

27.   Dr. Salim Yaacoub, Assistant Professor, Prince mohammed bin fahed university, Poverty, Inequality and the Social causes of Crime.  

28.   Mr. Taguekou Kenfack Alexie, Research Assistant, University of the Western Cape, The social protection of refugees in South Africa.  

29.   Prof. Tomoko Ishikawa, Associate Professor, Nagoya University, Investment Agreement under the Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific (FTAAP) as the Basis of Global Investment Policy.  

30.   Dr. Burcin Bozdoganoglu, Associate Professor, Siirt University, Is Voluntary Disclosure a Tool for Increasing Tax Revenues or Avoiding Tax Evasion? ; A Tax Administration Dilemma.  

31.   Ms. Lipsa Dash, PG Student, IIT Kharagpur, Criminal Liability of Corporations. Co-Author(s): Sanskriti Singh

32.   Mr. Bonarin HEM, Associate Dean, Pannasastra University of Cambodia (PUC), Sprout of Academic Freedom at Cambodian Higher Education Institution.  

33.   Dr. Hemant Garg, Research Scholar, Panjab University, Issues pertaining to International Arbitrations under the Private International Law. Co-Author(s): Dr Sushil Gupta OSD Central University Punjab

34.   Dr. Uboegbulam Gideon Chukwunwem, Lecturer, University of Port Harcourt, Spousal influence and Family Purchase Decision Making for Durable Goods Among Selected Ethnic Groups in Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Professor Nnabuko Justitia

35.   Ms. Mergleda Hodo, Specialist at Finance Office, Epoka University, The Fisher Effect: The Case of Four Balkan Countries.  

36.   Mr. Khaled Zouaoui, PhD Student, Universite de Constantine, Love and Sex as Political Acts.  

37.   Dr. Anwar Masadeh, Associate Professor, Ahmed Bin Mohammed Military College, Privacy in the Digital Era (Digital Privacy) According to Qatari Electronic Crime's Law : A Comparative Study.  

38.   Dr. Jhino Ilano, Professor, De La Salle-College of St. Benilde, Preferential Treatment: An Avenue for Decay in Prisons (A Comparative Analysis with India and the Philippines).  

39.   Prof. Avitus Agbor, Research Associate Professor, North-West University, Pursuing Human Rights Litigation in Cameroon’s Courts: What Cameroon’s Judiciary Should Learn from Her South African Counterpart.  

40.   Dr. Agus Kusnadi, Lecturer, Padjadjaran University, The Role and Policy of Local Governments in Indonesia on Prevention and Eradication of Human Trafficking. Co-Author(s): Prof. Mien Rukmini

41.   Mr. Ahmed Altawyan, Lecturer, Al-Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University, Arbitral awards under the new Saudi laws and international rules challenges and possible modernization.  

42.   Mr. Clarence Itumeleng Tshoose, Senior lecturer, University of South Africa, Social protection in South Africa, Brazil and India: From the viewpoint of poverty reduction and beyond.  

43.   Mr. Shamier Ebrahim, Senior Lecturer, University of South Africa, The emergence of the new equal pay provisions in the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995: Better protection for atypical employees in South Africa?

44.   Dr. Marin Mrcela, Justice, Supreme Court of Croatia, Transparency of poltical funding.  

45.   Dr. Renny Supriyatni, Lecturer, Padjadjaran University, Human Trafficking in accordance with Prosperity and National Economic Development. Co-Author(s): Prof. Mien Rukmini

46.   Mr. Bernard Otieno, Executive Director, Himiza Social Justice, Fusing the Global Justice to serve all nations: An overview of access to justice in Tanzania.  

47.   Ms. Kristina Stefanova, PhD Candidate, University of National and World Economy, Once a debtor, always a debtor – lessons from Bulgarian debt collection practices.  

48.   Prof. Dr. Masood Mashkoor Siddiqi, Dean, Federal Urdu University Arts Science and Technology, Determinants of Savings Behavior in Pakistan: An Empirical Evaluation Employing the ARDL Approach.  

49.   Mr. Sanaullah Ansari, Assistant Professor, Institute of Science and Technology, The effective role of Cooperatives and the need for Islamic Cooperatives in Pakistan: A critical study of Punjab province.  

50.   Prof. Kamal Hattab, Professor, Kuwait University, Currency value stability in Islamic Monetary System.  

51.   Mrs. Debora Gottardello, PhD Student, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Globalization and Human resources: The development of HRO in the new economy and the influence of devolution in the Spanish context. Co-Author(s): Dr. Mireia Valverde Aparicio; and Dr Jordi Trullen

52.   Dr. Tarek Ben Noamene, Lecturer, Higher Colleges of Technology, The effects of employee ownership on work attitudes. Co-Author(s): Sara Elouadi