Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                           5th Annual International Conference on Law, Economics and Politics (AICLEP 2018) 
Conference Dates                         23rd-25th April 208
Deadline for abstract/proposal    26th March 2018
Conference Venue                        Harvard University, Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School, Boston USA
Updated on 1st March 2018

1.       Dr. Lorenzo Cherubini, Full Professor, Brock University, An Examination of Aboriginal Education Policy in Ontario (Canada): Public-Schooling and Practices. 

2.       Ms. Amrita DasGupta, Research Scholar, Jadavpur University, Punishment a Fiction?  

3.       Dr. Abdulaziz Alabdullah, Asst. Proessor, Kuwait University, The Chaos of the Term: The Concept of the Political Theatre in Arab World.  

4.       Mrs. Salsabila Fitriana, Student, University of Indonesia, The Condition of Socio-Economic immigrants after the Implementation of Chosen immigration Policy in France.  

5.       Ms. Saira Ashfaq, Assistant Professor, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Impact of Global Financial Crisis on BRIC Economies: A Post Crisis Analysis. Co-Author(s): Ghulam Mujtaba

6.       Mr. Anosike Miracle. U, Lecturer, Institute of Management and Technology, Performance Management and Staff Productivity in the Tourism Industry in Nigeria.  

7.       Dr. Muhammad Saeed, Assistant Professor and Head of the Department, Bahria University, Aid, AIDS and government size in Sub-Saharan Africa.  

8.       Dr. Olawale Salami, Senior Lecturer, Olabisi Onabanjo University, The Fallacy of Colonial and Post-Colonial Boundary Adjustment in Africa; A Study on the Origin, Management and Impact of Nigeria-Cameroun Boundary Dispute, 1885 to 1975. Co-Author(s): Mr. Yussuf, N. Babatunde

9.       Mr. Wilegoda Mudalige Charith Lakshan, Student, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, How Astrology Impact on the Human Mind and Behaviour.  

10.   Mr. M. Mahmood Shah Khan, Assistant Professor, University of Management and Technology, Islamic Banking and Finance Education: An Academia-Industry Mismatch. Co-Author(s): Rahmat Ullah; and  Fatima Jamil

11.   Mr. Abrar Munir Chughtai, Research Associate, Riphah International University, Impact of Migration on Household Living Standard: A Case Study of District Bagh, Azad Jammu and Kashmir (Pakistan). Co-Author(s): Mr. Sher Afzal Khan

12.   Ms. Gina Rossitto, PsyD Student, Marywood University, Attachment Psychoeducation for Foster Care Parents: A Pilot Study.  

13.   Mr. Ruba Aljarallah, PhD Scholar, Cranfield University, The Economic, Political and Social Dimension of Resource Abundance: A Survey. Co-Author(s): Shahzad Alvi

14.   Dr. Anosike Miracle. U, Lecturer, Institute Of Management and Technology, A Study of Factors Influencing Attitude of Nigerians toward People with Physical Disability.  

15.   Mrs. Arpine Sargsyan, Teacher, Anglofun Language and Training Center, Using Literature to Promote Learner - Centered Pedagogies in EFL classrooms.  

16.   Ms. Contilia Hlamalani Bayi, Lecturer and Phd Student, University of South Africa, Solidarity in contracts: a comparative analysis from an African customary law and common law perspective.  

17.   Dr. Anil Kanungo, Professor, Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, Regional Integration in Services in South Asia: Opportunities & Constraints.  

18.   Ms. Fatima Jamil, Student, University Management and Technology, Performance Efficiency of Conventional & Islamic Banks: A Case of Pakistan Using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) Approach. Co-Author(s): M. Mahmood Shah Khan

19.   Mrs. Haolat Folake Adepoju, Lecturer, Federal College of Education (Technical), Effects of Cooperative and Visual-Based Methods on Vocabulary Development of Adult Learners in Southwestern Nigeria.  

20.   Mr. Chuks Nwabudike, Lecturer, Federal College of Education (Technical), Functional Technical Vocational Education and Training: A Useful Tool for Revitalising Ailing Economies.  

21.   Ms. Nikita Nahata, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Role of microfinancing in women empowerment in India.  

22.   Ms. Made Ayu Dyah Indriana Sari, Student, University of Udayana, Understanding the Creative Process of Balinesse Painters : A Look on Financial Factors. Co-Author(s): Annisa Syarafina Soewandi, Student

23.   Mr. Padam Bahadur Chand, Researcher, Tribhuvan University, Women Empowerment: Endorsing Education to Nepalese Women.  

24.   Ms. Pankti Desai, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Rational Egoism and Altruism in Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead: A Study.  

25.   Dr. Ayedh Almohanna, Associate Professor, King Khalid Military Academy, Improving EFL teacher-supervisor interaction and relationship in the Saudi Arabian context: A gulf to be bridged.  

26.   Dr. Najmuddin Rasul, Lecturer, Andalas University, Political Participation: Media and cynism of Transition to Democracy in Indonesia.  

27.   Mr. Diego Cardona, Associate Professor, Tecnologico Comfenalco, Internal Marketing as a Generator of Value in Organizations. Co-Author(s): Jaime Gonzalez

28.   Ms. Ellen Rungani, Lecturer, Fort Hare, The Impact of Non Financial Support on the Success of SMMEs in the Eastern Cape Province. Co-Author(s): Prof M Potgieter

29.   Mr. Vela Madlela, Senior Lecturer, University of South Africa, An analysis of mandatory auditor rotation requirements in South Africa in light of international legislative trends.  

30.   Ms. Magdalena Laskowska, Researcher, PAris 2 Assas University - Pantheon Assas, How to think like an economist: the challenge for antitrust lawyers.  

31.   Ms. Fadumo Muse Yusuf, Executive Director, Somaliland Lawyers Association (SOLA), Women participation and decision making in Hargiesa Somaliland. Co-Author(s): Fadumo Muse Yusuf

32.   Mr. Vela Madlela, Senior Lecturer, University of South Africa, The unqualified right of access to company records by non-shareholders under South African company law.  

33.   Mr. Sanaullah Ansari, Assistant Professor, Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST), Pakistan, The development of Islamic commercial and social financial system through Islamic House Financing in Pakistan.  

34.   Mr. Vaibhav Parmar, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Cryptocurrency and it’s futu in Indian market.  

35.   Ms. Priyanshi Shah, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, The potential of social media in talent hunt in Indian markets.  

36.   Mrs. Grace Ramavhona, Lecturer, University of Venda, SME Entrepreneurial success revisited. Co-Author(s): Dr Shambare

37.   Ms. Aisha Yousuf, Research student, Institute of Business Management, Organizational Factors Affecting Employees’ Work Performance: A Study on the Education Sector of Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Ms. Maria Waki, Researcher

38.   Mr. Ayeni Ayodele Olaiya, Lecturer I, College of Education, Climate Change and its Impact on Hospitality Industry in Nigeria.  

39.   Mr. Swaroop G.C., Teaching Assistant, Tribhuvan University, The Goddess Kumari: The Hermeneutics of Myth.  

40.   Mr. Virendra Singh Bithoo, Researcher, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Representation of Gender in Varāhamihira’s Jyotiṣaśāstra.  

41.   Ms. Carmela Jane Unabia, Student, Miriam College, Exploring the ​Laking Yaya​ Experiences: A Qualitative Analysis of Domestic Child Care in Metro Manila, Philippines. Co-Author(s): Allison Dianne Labitan, Student; Emeline Klarizze De Leon, Student; Kyra Darielle Ripotola, Student; Marie Angelica Sagales, Student

42.   Dr. Irene Adler, Associate Professor, St. Bartholomew's University, Recognition of the pro/con interface in electoral decision making.  

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

44.   Dr. Hande Bahar Aykac, Wertheim Research Fellow, Harvard University, Unconventional Judicial Remedies to Protect Employees from Unfair Dismissal: A Comparative Analysis of American and Turkish Employment Law.  

45.   Dr. Harriet Vane, Associate Professor, University of Northeastern Australia, Developing a model for the lexical analysis of key works of children's literature.  

46.   Ms. Sheetal Singh, Phd Student, Aligarh Muslim University, Naxalite Violence: Crisis of Governance and Administration. Additional Abstract Accepted:  Left Wing Extremism: Emergence of Threat to the Human Security

47.   Ms. Fiona Purkiss, Researcher, Sheridan College, From the Source: Causes, Consequences and Solutions to Food Insecurity : A Case Study. Co-Author(s): Dr. Sara Cumming

48.   Mr. Binit Lal, Phd Student, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Stronger Regional Partnerships and Prospect of Global Stability.  

49.   Mr. Vivek Kumar saurabh, Doctoral Candidate, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India's Role in the Geopolitics of Indo-Pacific: Opportunities and Challenges.  

50.   Dr. Seblewongiel Kidanie, Assistant  Professor, Bahir Dar University, The Dimensions and Determinants of Health-Promoting Behaviors Among Postpartum Women in Ethiopia.  

51.   Dr. Njeng Eric Sipyinyu, Senior Lecturer, University of Burundi, Time and the Postcolonial Agency in Chinua Achebe’s Arrow of God.  

52.   Dr. Anwar Masadeh, Associate Professor, Ahmad Bin Mohamed College, Combating Cyber Crimes –In Qatar Legislation.  

53.   Ms. Da Hyun Lee, Graduate Student, Ewha Womans University, The Internal Dynamics of Standing Committees and Legislative Productivity in the Korean National Assembly.  

54.   Mr. Asher Jospe, PhD Student, Tel Aviv Unviersity, Self- Deception as an Escape Mechanism.