Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title               5th International Conference on Business, Economics, Management and Marketing
Conference Dates             5th-7th March 2018
Deadline for Abstract        5th February 2018
Conference Venue             University of OxfordSt Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom
Updated on 30th January 2018

1.       Mr. Robinson Sinurat, Graduate Student, Columbia University School of Social Work, The Impact of Volunteering Activities on Five People after Joining a Three-day Social Movement in Saproken Village, Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia.  

2.       Mrs. Suman Deokotab, Research Scholor, University of Oune, Atonement of Harassment. Co-Author(s): Mohd Osama Ahmad

3.       Dr. Iris Gertner Moryosef, Lecturer, Hadassah Academic College, Single Mothers and Social Media Uses – Trends and Behavior.

4.       Mrs. Rafaela Carvalho, Researcher, Fundação Getulio Vargas, Are alternative mechanisms of online conflict resolution in Brazil the answer? Co-Author(s): Carina de Castro Quirino, Phd student;and Antônio José Maristrello Porto,  Professor

5.       Prof. Daniel Chigudu, Associate Professor, University of South Africa, Politics and Constitutionalism: Entrenching the Rule of Law in Africa.  Beyond Conflicts and Terrorism  in North Africa Since the Arab Spring : Global Implications

6.       Dr. Adeosun Omoniyi Alabi, Lecturer, College of Education, Corporate Governance Practices and Audit Quality of Listed Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria (2006 – 2015).  

7.       Mr. Adnan Bashir, Assistant Professor, University of Gujrat, Determinants of Dividend Policy of Banks: Evidence from Pakistan.  

8.       Mrs. Chitom Racheal John-Akamelu, LECTURER II, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Role of Small & Medium Enterprises in Poverty Eradication in Nigeria (A Study of Selected Firms in Anambra State). Co-Author(s): Dr Uju S. Muogbo

9.       Dr. Neeti Shikha, Associate Professor, Symbiosis Law School, Globalisation and Trade Inequalities: Making Globalisation Work for Developing Countries.  

10.   Mr. Ibrahim Ghide Adamu, Lecturer, Mai Idris A looma Polytechnic, Niger-delta crisis:  its causes and effects on the socio-economic life of the people of Ogoni, rivers state, Nigeria.  

11.   Mr. Cengiz YILMAZ, Assistant Professor, Afyon Kocatepe University, Nothing but much ado about the global crises.  

12.   Dr. Cengiz YILMAZ, Assistant Professor, Afyon Kocatepe University, A managerial accounting model by using balance scorecards for exploring workplace discrimination during promotion.  

13.   Dr. Oluwaseun Peter Oyewale, Lecturer II, Ekiti State University, Historical Survey of Indigenous Technology in Southwestern Nigeria.  

14.   Dr. Obi Okonkwo, Head of Department, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, The Impact of Law on Environmental Security and National Development: The Way Forward for Nigeria.  

15.   Dr. Mohammed Laid Ouakouak, Assistant Professor, Gulf University for Science and Technology, How innovation is enhanced in the workplace: An empirical examination. Co-Author(s): Noufou Ouedraogo

16.   Mrs. Tochi Cynthia Onyeazor, Doctoral Student, University Putra Malaysia, Leadership Development Studies, Evaluation, and Sustainability: To what extents are the relationships? Co-Author(s): Dr. Ismi Arif Ismail, Associate Professor; and Mr. Samuel Olutokunbo Adekalu, Research Assistant

17.   Dr. Joel Barde, Senior Lecturer, University of Jos, The Impact of Terrorism on Human Rights:The Case of Boko Haram and Niger Delta Avengers in Nigeria.  

18.   Dr. Bogdan Ershov, Professor, Voronezh State Technical University, International conference «Historical aspects of the formation of statehood. Co-Author(s): Klyuev Sergey Vasilievich (RF, Belgorod), Candidate of Engineering Sciences, Associate Professor

19.   Mr. Kamran Rashid, Assistant Professor, University of Management and Technology, Designing Framework for Responsive Humanitarian Supply Chain: Case of a Developing Country.  

20.   Ms. Ipshita Ghosh, PhD Student, Syracuse University, From Charity to Enterprise: How Two Laws Transformed India's Development Sector.  

21.   Mr. Muhammad Ahmad Tauqeer, Research scholar, University of Stavanger, Service development models: a literature review. Co-Author(s): Dr. Knut Erik Bang, Associate Professor

22.   Dr. Wesley Kendall, Senior Lecturer, James Cook University Singapore, Dollar Diplomacy and the Death of Democracy: The Global Influence of Corporate States on Economic, Political, Legal and National Security Regimes.  

23.   Dr. Magdalena Zalewska-Turzyńska, Assistant Professor, University of Lodz, Organizational Behavior in Communication : Does Gender Make A Significant Difference?  

24.   Mr. Muhammad Mukarram, Lecturer, Superior University Lahore, Issues of Quality in Qualitative Research. Co-Author(s): Iftikhar Ali Khan, Program Coordinator

25.   Dr. Somsak Amornsiriphong, Assistant Professor, Mahidol University, Social Welfare Model and Methods for Children and Youth Serving by Local Government Organizations in Thailand. Co-Author(s): Dr.Somboon Sirisunhirun; Dr. Phut Ploywan; and Dr. Archphurich Nomnia. Additional Abstract AcceptedSatisfaction Evaluation by Employees towards the Operation of the  National Health Commission Office for the Fiscal Year 2016

26.   Mr. Mastone L.K. Mbewe, Lecturer, University of Malawi, An Exploration of Religious Education Teaching  Experiences as an Academic Subject in Malawi Secondary Schools.  

27.   Mr. Ali Sajjad, Lecturer, Superior University, The Impact of macro-economic variables on economic growth evidence from south Asian countries. Co-Author(s): Humaira Qudsia Yousaf

28.   Dr. Archphurich Nomnian, Assistant Professor, Mahidol University, King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy and Its Application for the Benefits of Mankind. Co-Author(s): Somsak Amornsiriphong, Assistant Prof, Ph.D.

29.   Mrs. Khunyarin Chaijan, Resercher, Thaikhadi Research Institute,Thammasat University,Potential of Educational Tourism Products for Foreign Students in Thailand.  

30.   Mr. Isa Stephen Adobunu, lecturer I, Federal Polytechnic Mubi, The Imperatives and Consequences of Market Orientation.  

31.   Mr. Titus Obed Tswabki, Senior Instructor, Federal Polytechnic Mubi, The Role of Transportation in Logistic Activities.  

32.   Ms. Wai Ching Alice Chu, Associate Professor, Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong, How Perceived Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Influence Attitude and Purchase Intention  of Generation Y in Hong Kong. Co-Author(s): Won Ka Hin, Karen

33.   Dr. Kodchaporn Siripokakit, Assistant Professor, Maejo University, The Analysis of Comparison of Economics Value Added for Accelerating Poultry Breeding: An Innovation for Small-Scale Farmers.  

34.   Mr. Shafat Maqbool, Research Scholar, Aligarh Muslim University, An Empirical Examination of the Relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility and Profitability: Evidence from Indian commercial banks.  

35.   Mr. Haroon Rasool, Research Scholar, Aligarh Muslim University, The Causal Nexus between Oil Consumption and Economic Growth in India.

36.   Dr. Janet Brewer, Assistant Professor of Criminal & Social Justice, University of St. Francis,Another Look at Commonwealth v. Garabedian through a Modern Lens: Molecular Biology and Intent.  

37.   Prof. Ilona Swiatek-Barylska, Associate Professor, University of Lodz, Types of Organizational Bahavior in Business Organizations from the Perspective of Person-Organization Relationships : Results of Empirical Studies in Poland.  

38.   Mr. Kongkea Chhoeun, PhD Candidate, Australian National University, Chinese scholarships to Cambodia: Who gets them and what do they learn?  

39.   Prof. Kimberly Houser, Clinical Associate Professor, Washington State University, The GDPR for US companies: a comparison of EU and US data privacy laws.  

40.   Mr. Syed Faizan Ali Shah, Student, Bahria University Islamabad, The Impact of Organizational Culture on Internet Marketing Adoption. Co-Author(s): Ms. Bushra Hussain, Student; Mr. Muneeb Iqbal, Student; and Dr. Hafiz Mushtaq Ahmad, Professor

41.   Ms. Priynka Daryani, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Consumer's perception about brand placement in movies and television programme in India.  

42.   Ms. Rakshita Totla, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Psychological and Financial Implications of Social Media on Indian Restaurant Industry.  

43.   Ms. Divyani Auti, Student, Maharashtra National Law University, Female Genital Mutilation: Our Collective Blindspot.  

44.   Mr. John Megson, Doctoral Candidate, Purdue University, Domestic Political Arrangements and the Spread of International Conflict: Global Politics and International Security.  

45.   Mrs. Anna Choompolsathien, Associate Professor, Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communications, Thammasat University, Trend of Advertising Industry in Thailand.  

46.   Mr. Prakhar Agarwal, Student, Maharashtra National Law University, International Economic Law: An Analysis of the application of Antitrust Principles in International Commercial Arbitration.  

47.   Dr. Jae-Kwang Hwang, Professor, Virginia State University, Financial integration in Central and Eastern European equity markets before, during, and after the 2008-9 financial crisis.  

48.   Mr. Binit Lal, Research Scholar, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Economic Potential of Northeast India: A major Factor in India-Southeast Asia Relations.  

49.   Mrs. Nusrat Rikza, Assistant Professor, North East University, Material Culture as a Means of Oppression in Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable.  

50.   Dr. Cheng Jiang, Assistant Professor, Temple University, R&D Depreciation, Investment and Capital Stock. Co-Author(s): Peter Chinloy, Professor, Temple University

51.   Mr. Binit Lal, Senior Research Fellow, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India’s Act East Policy: Strategy for Economic integration with Southeast Asia.  

52.   Ms. Cristina Cojocaru, Lecturer, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Considerations about Romanian companies and the harmonization with the European regulations.  

53.   Mr. Rahil Kantharia, Final Year Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Business Feasibility of Green Marketing Practices in Indian FMCG Sector.  

54.   Mr. Parminderjit Singh, Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee, Protecting Human Rights in Globalized World: Education for Sustainable Development. Co-Author(s): Dr. Danielle Romain, Assistant Professor

55.   Ms. Ashmita Nahar, Final Year Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Building Virtual Dominions in Indian Markets: Comparative Study of Amazon Vs Ebay.  

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

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

58.   Mr. Muhammad Latif Siddiqui, Manager Capacity Building, Riphah International University, Relationship between Compensation factors and job satisfaction level of University teachers in Pakistan.  

59.   Prof. Richard Shambare, Associate Professor, University of Venda, SME Entrepreneurial Success Revisited. Co-Author(s): Ndisha Ramavhona

60.   Dr. Olawale Salami, Senior Lecturer, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Nigeria-Cameroun Relations: Era of Good Neighbourliness 1960-1975. Co-Author(s): Yussuf, N. Babatunde

61.   Mr. Abul Khair Jyote, Senior Lecturer, Independent University, Does online reviews posted on social networking sites affect consumer attitude towards a Brand? Co-Author(s): Imtiaz Ali Prodhan (Independent Researcher)

62.   Mr. Umer Ramzan, Lecturer, University of Lahore, The relationships among SMS advertising, consumer attitude, and purchase intentions in fast food industry with moderating role of brand image.  

63.   Mr. Rahil Kantharia, Final Year Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Business Feasibility of Green Marketing Practices in Indian FMCG Sector.  

64.   Dr. Pinki Maurya, Assistant Professor, University of Delhi, Initiatives towards peace process in the jammu and kashmir state in the post kargil era.  

65.   Mr. Ravi Shankar Jha, Master Student (Public Policy), National University of Singapore, Integrating Indian SMEs into Global Value Chains by Ensuring Access to Finance- Analysing Legal & Policy Challenges.  

66.   Mr. Ugur Erdogan, Lecturer, Selcuk University, A New Way in Productıon Systems: Industry 4.0.  

67.   Mrs. Loredana Cultrera, PhD Student, University of Mons - UMONS, Preventing Bankruptcy of European SMEs: Investigation Through PSM. Co-Author(s): Guillaume Vermeylen, Associate Profesor

68.   Dr. Mohammad Ali, Assistant Professor, Zarqa University, In a search for the Influential factors of Investors’ Behaviour.  

69.   Mr. Shashi Kant Pandey, Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc), Lakshmibai College DU, Electoral Process and Reform in India: Past, Present and Future.  

70.   Mr. Frederik De Leo, PhD Candidate, Institute for Commercial and Insolvency Law, Good Bankruptcy Governance: Lessons From Applying The Agency-Principal Costs Model.  

71.   Mr. Arsh Khan, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Foreign Investment Flow and GDP Growth: A Study of Impact of Make In India Campaign On India's FDI Attractiveness.  

72.   Ms. Anupama Sharma, Assistant Professor, O.P. Jindal Global University, In a cobweb of social beliefs (rituals), social convenience and inequality to what extent can law intervene?  

73.   Prof. Abdullah Alzahrani, Professor, King Saud University, Psychological Empowerment and Employees’ Adaptive Performance.  

74.   Mr. Erwanda Nuryahya, Student, Indonesian Education of University, Optimization Financial Technology Through the Application of E- Money Paytren : Reduce Poverty in Indonesia As a Direct Marketing Syariah Tiered (plbs). Co-Author(s): Dr. Aas Nurasyiah; and Sri Yayu Ninglasari

75.   Ms. Shruti Shah, Lecturer, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Exploring the significance of spiritual health in corporate world. Co-Author(s): Ms Supriya Pal Lecturer, Business Administration Department

76.   Ms. Shloka Shah, Lecturer, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Identifying the Relationship between the Personality Type and the Academic Performance of the Graduate Students in Private College in Gujarat. Co-Author(s): Ms Supriya Pal Lecturer, Business Administration Department

77.   Mr. Muhammad Fatahillah Akbar, Lecturer, Universitas Gadjah Mada, The Comparative Analysis on Criminal Provisions in Cartels between Indonesia and United Kingdom.  

78.   Ms. Lajja Mistry, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, The use of social media by youth in defining self-image. Co-Author(s): Ms. Diksha Dheri

79.   Dr. Faisal Albawardy, Associate Professor, Institute of Public Administration, The impact of training in the ministries of Saudi Arabia, on the employee performance.  

80.   Ms. Efni Siregar, Lecturer, Politeknik Negeri Medan, Young Attitudes towards F-Commerce Advertising.  

81.   Mr. Shainil Jogani, Teacher Assistant, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Identifying Brand Manifestation of E-Fashion Intensive Business Service – A study undertaken from Customer perspective. Co-Author(s): Ms.Ishita Hundia

82.   Ms. Priya Dutt, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, India and China: A Comparative Study of Banking Sectors from Financial and Economic Perspective.  

83.   Mr. Chintan Tanna, Student, Pandit Deendayal petroleum University, Analysis of organizational culture and Employee Engagement:Case on Indian Telecom Sector. Co-Author(s): Dr. Supriya Pal

84.   Ms. Aditi Pujara, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, A Study of the Surge of Influencer Marketing with Reference to Instagram among Indian Female Youth.  

85.   Dr. Rajeh Alragas, Economist, Ministry of Environment Water and Agriculture, Water use and Economic growth is Saudi Arabia: An NARDL Approach. Co-Author(s): Bazoumana Ouattara

86.   Ms. Archana Anand Boppolige, Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Science, Measurement of Consumer Viral Emotion. Co-Author(s): Dr. Anjula Gurtoo, Professor

87.   Dr. Ameen Al Shugaa, INCEIF University Malaysia, Uncertainty and Volatility in MENA Stock Markets : During the Arab Spring. Co-Author(s): Abul Mansor Masih

88.   Mr. Rashesh Makati, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Study on the Impact of Social Media and Consumer Buying Behavior.  

89.   Dr. Jaewoo Park, Professor, Chiba University of Commerce, Who prefer more visually pleasing products? Exploring determinants of consumers' visual aesthetic consciousness. Co-Author(s):Taku Togawa, Associate Professor; and Hiroaki Ishii, Associate Professor

90.   Ms. Shreya Jha, Student, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Immigration Law and Economy- How immigration law should be designed to improve and strengthen an economy in the present scenario.  

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

92.   Dr. Yasir Soomro, Assistant Professor, King AbdulAziz University, Customer Perception of Conventional Islamic Banks. Empirical evidence from islamic bankers in Pakistan.  

93.   Dr. Sabeen Bhatti, Assistant Professor, SZABIST Islamabad, Effect of servant leadership on team performance with the mediating role of collaborative culture. Co-Author(s): Dr. Shazia Nauman, Associate Professor

94.   Ms. Preksha Burad, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Effectiveness of Point of Purchase (P-O-P) Display in Impulse buying decisions of Consumers in Indian FMCG Sector.  

95.   Ms. Ellen Chenesai Rungan, Lecturer, University of Fort Hare, A Support Framework for SMME Success in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. Co-Author(s): Prof. Marius Potgieter

96.   Mr. Poojan Modi, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Motivations and obstacles to technology used by the elderly employees. Co-Author(s): Dr. Supriya Pal

97.   Mr. Karansinh Zala, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Impact of celebrity endorsement on Indian smartphone market.  

98.   Dr. Imran Ali, Assistant Professor, King Abdulaziz University Jeddah, The role of money attitudes and financial capability typologies in developing entrepreneurial behavior among university students in Saudi Arabia.  

99.   Dr. Somboon Sirisunhirun, Assistant Professor, Mahidol University, Satisfaction Evaluation by Employees towards the Operation of the National Health Commission Office for the Fiscal Year 2016. Co-Author(s): Dr. Somsak Amornsiriphong; Dr. Phut Ploywan; and Dr. Archphurich Nomnian

100.  Ms. Niharika Shetgeri, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Impact of Change in Exchange Rate Movements on India’s Foreign Trade and Foreign Exchange Reserves.  

101. Prof. Raffaella Santi, Lecturer, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Legal Thought in Early Modern England: The Theory of Thomas Hobbes.  

102. Dr. Latifah Alabdulqader, Lecturer, Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University, Welfarism in the Modern Law of Contract.  

103.  Mr. Pranjal Dalal, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Social, Ecological and Economical Impact of Industrial Hemp Industry in India.  

104. Ms. Nishtha Kedia, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Impact of GST on Indian Textile Sector.  

105.  Mr. Shashank Tiwari, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Relationship between the Ease of Doing business rank and the growth and development for India.  

106. Dr. Rajasekhara Mouly Potluri, Associate Professor, American University of Nigeria, Corporate Social Responsibility and its Impact on the Nigerian Consumer Behavior. Co-Author(s): Dr. Lukman Raimi

107.  Mr. Sahib Singh Chadha, Master Student, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Transaction Cost of Justice Delivery Closer look at the Informality in Legal Institutions in South Asia. Co-Author(s): Dr. Yugank Goyal

108. Dr. Norizan Saad, Associate Professor, Alyamamah University, A Proposed Model Linking Market Orientation to Business Performance:  The Mediating Role of New Product Development. Co-Author(s): Yusuf Abdullah Nasser Al-Aljomaie

109.  Dr. Matloub Hussain, Associate Professor, Abu Dhabi University, Motivators of Social Sustainability – Analytical Hierarchical Approach.