Shortlisted Abstracts

  • Conference Title:

    15th International Conference on Trade, Business, Economics and Law

  • Conference Dates:

    09th-11th, October 2023

  • Deadline for Abstract:

    11th September 2023

  • Venue:

    University of Oxford, St Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom

Updated on 2nd November 2020

  1. Yaffa Moskovich, Associate Professor, Zefat Academic College, Business Strategy in a Kibbutz Industry– an Israeli Case Study.
  2. Reshma Sucheran, Senior Lecturer, Durban University of Technology, Environmental Management in Hotels in South Africa.
  3. Spyros Spyrou, Professor, Athens University of Economics & Business, Valuation Ratio Style Investing and Economic Sentiment: Evidence from Major Eurozone Markets.
  4. Benedict Ikechukwu Eze, Senior Assistant Registrar, Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Sustainable Development Goals and Community Development in Nigeria.
  5. Donna Taylor, Virginia’s Relationship with Race: An Examination of the Breakdown of Race Relations in Trump’s America.
  6. Garba Ibrahim Tanko, Lecturer, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Foreign Aid and Economic Development: A Comparative Analysis of three Regions in the World. Co-Author(s): Adamu Usman Abubakar
  7. Yakubu Dauna, Lecturer, Modibbo Adama University of Technology, The Long-Run Stability of Nigeria’s Economic Structure.
  8. Soyele Esther, Lecturer, Federal College of Education, Motivational Strategies, Job Satisfaction as Correlation of Library Service Delivery in Selected Tertiary Institutions in South West Nigeria.
  9. Pithak Srisuksai, Associate Professor, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, The Rubber Pricing Model and its Application.
  10. Lana Hiasat, Lecturer and Program Coordinator, Dubai Men’s College, Empowering General Studies and English Language Education 4.0: Activities, Challenges and Future Foresight for Face to Face, Flipped Learning, and Online Tutorials.
  11. Tasneem Mahmood, Senior Lecturer, University of Johannesburg, The Impact of Applying the New Principles of IFRS 15 for Telecommunication Entites Listed on the JSE. Co-Author(s): Prof Ahmed Mohammadali Haji
  12. Moloko Malema, PhD Candidate, University of Johannesburg, Does Infertility Hurt?: A South African Study of Diversity and Primary Female Factor Infertility. Co-Author(s): Dr Sumayya Ebrahim Lecturer and Consultant
  13. Attahiru Buhari, Senior Lecturer, Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, An Assessment of the Impact of Increased Minimum Wage and Industrial Harmony in Nigeria.
  14. Charlotte Williams, Assistant Professor, Bismarck State College, Adult Biracial Children of U.S. Military Servicemen and Non-American Mothers.
  15. Astha Nahar, Student, SVKM’s NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, An Interface between Law and Literature: From Indian Mythology to the World of Western Fiction.
  16. Abdulgafar Abiola Tiamiyu, Examination Officer, Adamu Tafawa Balewa College of Education Kangere, Educational Administrators’ Perception of Constraints Against Girl-Child Education in Bauchi State : Inclusive Education.
  17. Chico Adhibaskara Ekananda Hindarto, Lecturer, Indonesia Banking School, Half Price or Free Product: The Role of Advertisement Message in Purchase Intention.
  18. Bianca Carilla, Student, Lorma Basic Education Schools, Exploring the Concept of Self-harm among Junior High School Students. Co-Author(s): Eurecca Binas-o, Student; and Ivy Macabitas, Student
  19. Ana Dinis, Assistant Professor, Centre for Research in Accounting and Taxation (CICF), Understanding corporate tax planning: an empirical study on the taxation of expenses.
  20. Evridiki Zachopoulou, Professor, International Hellenic University, Under the “Umbrella” Project: A Volunteer-Mentoring Approach for Socially Disadvantaged University Students*. Co-Author(s): Dr. Vasilis Grammatikopoulos, Professor; Dr. Michail Vitoulis, Assistant Professor; and Dr. Athanasios Gregoriadis, Associate Professor; Research academic team of the project “Umbrella”
  21. Cynthia Ayu Manggarani, Lecturer, STIE YKPN Business School, The Tremendous Effect of Scarcity Promotion on Consumer Aggressivity: An Experimental Study. Co-Author(s): Zulfikar Ali Ahmad, Lecturer; and Shine Pintor Siolemba Patiro, Lecturer
  22. Siska Willy, Lecturer, STIE EKuitas, The Effect of Good Corporate Governance on Information Financial Reporting (IFR).
  23. Edward Dong, High School Student, Melbourne Grammar School, Exploring Constitutional Crises.
  24. Julia Crowley, Assistant Professor, Western Carolina University, Social Vulnerability Factors and Reported Post-Disaster Needs in the Aftermath of Hurricane Florence in the United States.
  25. Lorena Florentina Dumitrasciuc, Postdoctoral researcher, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, The registrations and closing down business in Romania. Co-Author(s): Dr. Elena-Sabina TURNEA
  26. Hui Wan, Student, East China University of Political Science and Law, The Positive Significance of WMO Participation in the Debate on Climate Change of the UN Security Council. Co-Author(s): Yuchen Wen and Jianing Liu
  27. Liugu Tan, Sudent, East China Normal University, Research on the Necessity of Creating an International Climate Court Under the UNSC to Promote Climate Justice. Co-Author(s): Yicheng Xiao; and Zhihui Shen
  28. Xueni Xu, Student, Shanghai International Studies University, Research on the Measures of the UN Security Council to Tackle Climate Change: Legitimacy and Effectiveness. Co-Author(s):Shichao Sun; and Yunning Qu
  29. Binhai Jin, Student, Jiangxi University of Finance and Economic, Research on Using UN Security Council’s Resolutions to Tackle Climate Change Directly. Co-Author(s):Ruiqing Zhang
  30. Yumeng Yang, Student, Hebei University of Technology, Research On the feasibility study report of setting up a special committee under the UN Security Council to face the is- sue of Climate change in the new Era. Co-Author(s):Wenfei Cheng; and Yan Zhang
  31. Wenyi Liu, Student, School of Zhejiang Wanli University, Measures that Developing Countries Should Take to Cope with Climate Change. Co-Author(s):Jingyu Zhang
  32. Adefemi Oluwole Adefila, PhD Student, University of Zululand, The 4th Industrial Revolution: The Potential of Web 2.0 Technology for Collaborative Teachng and Learning. Co-Author(s):Dr. Pravina Pillay, Senior Lecturer
  33. Felicia Mormah, Lecturer/Researcher, Delta State College of Education, Tertiary Students Perception of the Use of Mobile Learning Devices in Teaching and Learning in Delta North Senatorial Zone.
  34. Dona Ali, Research Assistant, The American University in Cairo, The Use of Special Economic Zones to Drive Sustainable Development in Egypt: A case Study on the Suez Canal Region. Co-Author(s): Dr Mina Ayad, Assistant Professor
  35. Orathai Srithongtham, Technicial of Public Health, Ministry of Public Health, Measure Evaluation on Disease Prevention and Control at Thailand’s Trans-border with Myanmar, Laos PDR, and Cambodia. Co-Author(s): Dr. Taweewun Srisukkham
  36. Adiyiah Michael, PhD Student, University of Rwanda, Closeness Indices For Developing Teachers Self-Efficacy For Enhancing Performance In Biology. Co-Author(s): Yaw Ameyaw, Professor and Mutangana Dieudonne, PhD
  37. Kusse Haile, Lecturer, Mizan Tepi University, Determinants of Technical, Allocative and Economic Efficiencies of Sesame production: The Case of Bench Maji Zone, Southwest Ethiopia. Co-Author(s): Engida Gebre, Lecturer and Agegnehu Workye, Lecturer
  38. Ayobami Kehinde, Professor, University of Ibadan, Social Media and the Changing Face/Phase of Nigerian Poetry.
  39. Bong Lumabao, Research Associate / Senior High School Teacher, Datu Ayunan National High School, The Language of Fliptop among Filipino Youth: A Discourse Analysis.
  40. Bong Lumabao, Senior High School Teacher, Department of Education, The Untold Stories of Grammar Teachers: A Phenomelogical Study. Co-Author(s): Meriam U. Baraguir
  41. Ishaya Yusuf Tsojon, Lecturer, Federal University, The Security Implications of Endangered Languages: The Case of Endangered Languages of Taraba State, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Ikyer, Godwin Aondofa
  42. Hir Gandhi, IEEE Student Member, LD College of Engineering, Effect of COVID-19 on National Grid of India. Co-Author(s): Prajapati Jay, Student
  43. Sami Alsenaidi, Associate Professor, Qassim University, Proposed unit based on AI in the light of 21st Century skills. Co-Author(s): Dr. Yasser Ahamed
  44. Ruth Angel Cetro, Student, LORMA Colleges Basic Education Schools, A Survey on the Learning Competency of Nursing Students in American Sign Language. Co-Author(s): Ms. Alaine Alcaide, Student; Ms. Althea Carino, Student; Ms. Angeli Buquing, Student; Ms. Kyle Cayetano, Student
  45. Xingqiao Wang, Research Associate, Northeast Yucai Academy, Old Wine in New Bottle: Economic Methods in in Fighting Disease.
  46. Zihao Wang, Research Assistant, University of Macao, The New Rise of Protectionism: How De-globalization will Affect the U.S.-China Relation.
  47. Muhawenimana Said, PhD in Social Science, University of Cape Town, The effects of quarantine, self-isolation, social distancing and panic buying on mental health during the novel corona-virus COVID-19 pandemic.
  48. Maha AlMaiman, Assistant Professor, Prince Sultan University, Saudi Women’s Rights and the Efforts to Align with International Standards.
  49. Karim Cherifi, PhD Student, The Mouloud Mammeri University of Tizi-Ouzou, Human Resource Marketing: A New Strategy To Retain Top Talent For Company. Co-Author(s): Dr. Akila Rachedi
  50. Sayed Abbas Ahmed, Professor, Ajman University, What Influences Bank lending in the UAE? Financial Structure and Determination of Lending Capacity. Co-Author(s): Safiat Ali Saber Ali
  51. Wendy Setlalentoa, Head of Department, Central University of Technology, Attitudes of Grade One Educators Towards the Implementation of Inclusive Education in Classrooms at Botshabelo Schools. Co-Author(s): Ms Nomvuyo Mantshiyane
  52. Motshidisi Lekhu, Senior Lecturer, Central University of Technology, Free State, Enhancing Science Teacher-Researchers’ Self-Efficacy Beliefs through Reflective Practice: A CPD Model.
  53. Muhammad R. Ja’afar-Furo, Professor, Adamawa State University, A Comparative Profitability Study of Tomato Production using Organic and Inorganic Fertilisers in Nigeria. Co-Author(s):Mr. B. H. Aliyu
  54. Isabel Yee Pinn Tsin, Senior Lecturer, Sunway College, The effectiveness of game-based learning platforms in facilitating learning.
  55. Mohammad Alkhatib, Lecturer, Prince Mugren University, Grammatical Issues in Saudi EFL Writings: A Minimalist Approach.
  56. Vyacheslav Konoval, In-house Lawyer, Ukrainian Branch of the International Law Association, Capital market regulation tools in 2021.
  57. Arthur James Swart, Associate Professor, Central University of Technology, Topics that prove challenging for power engineering students in a capstone module.
  58. Elsayed Elhennawy, Assistant Professor, Damanhour University, The impact of the characteristics of the board of directors and audit quality on the disclosure level of risk management: An applied study on companies listed on the Egyptian Stock Exchange.
  59. Sayed Abbas Ahmed, Professor, Ajman University, Banking Behavior towards small business financing in the UAE: Supply side Assessment based on IPMA. Co-Author(s): Ibrahim Elsiddig Ahmed; and Kiran Mir Zafarullah Khan
  60. Cong Xu, Phd Student, Tatung University, Why Design Majors Enjoy A Better Competence in Interdisciplinary Integration than Majors in Other Disciplines? Co-Author(s): Chih-Fu Wu
  61. Azizul Yadi Yaakop, Associate Professor, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Customers’ Satisfaction Framework for Online Food Delivery Services During Covid19 Crisis and Its Effect on Post-Pandemic Continuance Usage among Malaysian Youths : Foodpanda and Grabfood.
  62. Yixuan Li, Student, Westover School, R&D Investment and Firm Performance: A Discuss of China’s Industrial Enterprises at a Regional Scale. Co-Author(s):Yiming Wang, Mianfeng Zhang
  63. Tlou Maggie Masenya, Senior Lecturer, Durban University of Technology, Promotion of youth employment through fostering technopreneurship development in South Africa.
  64. Haoxiang Qi, Graduate Student, Coventry University, Does FDI lead to an increase in economic growth?
  65. Dejian XIA, Doctoral Student, Chongqing University, Cooperation and Competition Game of Distribution Channel Between Manufacturer and E-Platform. Co-Author(s): Yong WANG; Guoqiang SHI; and Yulan Duan
  66. Agostino Marengo, Assistant Professor – Researcher, University of Bari, COVID19 and e-learning: the Adaptive Lockdown Prototype. Co-Author(s): Apessandro Pagano
  67. Almudena Moreno, PhD, Universidad Pública de Navarra, Trend in avoidable mortality in rural and urban in Spain. Co-Author(s): Dr. Enrique Regidor, Professor
  68. Guoqiang Shi, Doctoral Student, Chongqing University, sharing in an e-commerce platform where one manufacturer sells products via two online. Co-Author(s): Yong Wang; Dejian Xia; and Yulan Duan
  69. Peiwen Zhao, Assistant Professor, Lanzhoujiaotong University, Promoting Corporate Social Responsibility of Chinese overseas Investments : Under “the Belt and Road Initiative” through Bilateral Investment Treaties.
  70. Haonan Zhao, Student, Northeast Yucai Foreign Language School, The spillover effect of FDI on regional innovation: an empirical evidence based on China. Co-Author(s): Junqi Wang
  71. Navya Masannagari, Student, Royal Roads University, Investigating Aggravating & Mitigating Factors Considered by IIROC. Co-Author(s): Mark Lokanan
  72. Huiman Liu, Graduate Student, Royal Roads University, Financial Victimization – A Quantitative Study with Investors Affected by Financial Exploitation. Co-Author(s): Mark Lokanan
  73. Kush Sharma, Research Assistant, Royal Roads University, Self-regulation in the Canadian Investment Industry: Has Anything Changed after the Inception of IIROC? Co-Author(s): Dr. Mark Lokanan
  74. Haonan Zhao, Student, Northeast Yucai Foreign Language School, The spillover effect of FDI on regional innovation: an empirical evidence based on China. Co-Author(s):Junqi Wang
  75. Maral Jumayeva, PhD Student, University of Guelph, Queering policy studies: the case study of domestic violence policy reforms in Canada.
  76. Shadma Parveen, Part-Time Faculty, Skyline University College, Building Learning Organization for Enhanced Performance and Sustainable Growth.
  77. Shadma Parveen, Part-Time Faculty, Skyline University College, Managing Organizational Competence of Information Technology Based Firms through Openness and Experimentation: Study of Small and Medium Enterprises.
  78. Menna El Gohary, Assistant Lecturer and Phd Student, Cairo University, The Impact Of Humorous Television Advertisements on Brand Linkage.
  79. Chalisa Chintrakarn, PhD Student, University of Birmingham, The Intersection of Beauty and Postfeminism: The Case of Cosmetic Surgery in Thailand.
  80. Yulan Fan, PhD Student, City University of Macau, Developing a scale of residents’ attitudes toward urban park activities. Co-Author(s): Dr. Jian Ming Luo, Associate Professor
  81. Sabri Elkrghli, Associate Professor of Marketing Management, University of Benghazi, Libyan Consumers’ Rights of Foodstuffs: Evidence from Benghazi City.
  82. Pratsanee Na Keeree, Phd Student, Feng Chia University, Entrepreneurial competency support social enterprise performance: A role of network competency. Co-Author(s): Shih-Kuan Chiu,Professor; and Feng Chia University
  83. Mengjie Dai, Student, Sun Yat-Sen University, Online Community as Resilience Source: Using Kwon’s Resilience Model to Examine Its Functions for Chinese Lesbians. Co-Author(s): Qiao Qiao; and Yuexi Wu
  84. Qiyuan Cao, Student, Heilongjiang University of Finance and Economics, Application of Structural Stigma Theory in Intra-Group Division of LGBTQ Group. Co-Author(s): Zixuan Cao; and Ziyi Sun
  85. Lan Li, Student, Wuhan University, Readers’ Judgement of Blame: The Impact of Passive Voice and Other Shared-Responsibility Cues Used in IPV Reports. Co-Author(s): Weiyao Li; and Qianlin Li
  86. Kevin O’Reilly, Doctoral Student, University of the Incarnate Word, The Impact of Information Acquisitions through the Freedom of Information Act to Generate Competitive Advantages within Academia. Co-Author(s): Dr. Adam A. Guerrero
  87. Francisco Vega Gómez, PhD Student, University of Extremadura, What leads Spanish academics to choose between the different informal technology transfer channels? Co-Author(s): Francisco Miranda González, Professor; and Jesús Pérez Mayo, Professor
  88. Frederik Verplancke, Research and Teaching assistant, Ghent University, Real and financial effects of fiscal policy: evidence of Belgian SMEs. Co-Author(s): Olivier De Jonghe; and Klaas Mulier
  89. Mulai Wan, Student, The Central Academy of Drama, Study on the Applicability of Investment Strategy in Short-term Stock Market. Co-Author(s): Mr. Li Jiang, Student; and Ms. Shuning Liu, Student
  90. Xuanru Deng, Student, University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign, Risk Reducing Function of Hedge Fund Strategies under the Effect of Pandemic replication study. Co-Author(s): Ms. Han Gao; and Ms. Jiayu Zheng
  91. Jiexuan Wei, Student, University of Toronto, Determination of stocks investing using hedge fund strategies: Lessons from quantitative and qualitative methods. Co-Author(s): Mr. Binrui Wang; and Mr. Jingyang Zuo
  92. Yubo Ma, Student, University of California, The trend and impact of the US stock market turmoil under the epidemic based on the 1929 and 1987 stock market crashes. Co-Author(s): Mr. Lintong Ma, Student
  93. Ziyi Wang, Student, Clark University, Hedge Funds Strategy Research In 2020’s Epidemic. Co-Author(s): Mr. Chunxiao Xu; and Ms. Congying Wang
  94. Mengyan Qu, Student, Shanghai Lixin University of Accounting and Finance, How to design effective hedge fund strategies: An empirical analysis from virtual and real trading. Co-Author(s): Ms. Yi Nie
  95. Yuxuan Wu, Student, Beijing New Oriental Academy International Bilingual School, Application of Different Hedge Fund Strategies in Stock Market. Co-Author(s): Mr Kan Fu, Student
  96. Hurria Manzoor, Ph.D scholar, University of the punjab, Gender Differences in Young Adults’ Physical Appearance and Societal Expectations. Co-Author(s): Dr. Sarah Shahed
  97. Elsayed Elhennawy, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Commerce – Damanhour University., The impact of the characteristics of the board of directors and audit quality on the disclosure level of risk management: An applied study on companies listed on the Egyptian Stock Exchange.
  98. Lilian Amankwaa, Research Fellow, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Adopting a Blended Medical approach with much focus on Herbal Medicine towards the global fight against the Novel Global Pandemic called COVID-19. Co-Author(s): Bernard Takyi Oduro
  99. Michael Kofi Mensah, Teaching Assistant/Assistant Lecturer, University of Cape Coast, Sub-Saharan Covid-19 Trust Funds: Sustainable And Self-Reliant Approach Towards Addressing The Health Funding Gaps Occasioned By Covid-19 In The Entire Sub-Saharan Africa. Co-Author(s): Bernard Oduro
  100. Patience Sai, Senior Research Fellow (PhD Candidate), CENTRE FOR PLANT MEDICINE RESEARCH, Transforming the Herbal Medicine Sector towards providing an alternative solution to complement the orthodox medication to the global fight against the Novel Global Pandemic called COVID-19. Co-Author(s): Dr. Bright Apraku
  101. Frederick Kwarteng, ACCRA METRO HEALTH DIRECTOR, Ghana Health Service (GHS), Sustainable Health Financing: Bedrock for Wealth Creation and Dependable Workforce in the Entire Ecowas Sub-Region. Co-Author(s): Mr. Isaac Korang
  102. Rabeeya Raoof, Pro-Rector Admissions & Examination, The University of Lahore, Impact of Despotic Leadership on Turnover Intention with Mediating Role of Organizational Identification: Organizational Justice as Moderator. Co-Author(s): Mr. Abrar-ul-Haq
  103. Nasser BOUCHAREB, Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics and Management, SETIF-1 University; Algeria, From the greenwashing communication to the binding communication: A path to change consumers’ behaviors towards environmental issues. Co-Author(s): Morad Ismail; and Belbal Hasnaoui
  104. Chalisa Chintrakarn, PhD Candidate, University of Birmingham, Critical Reflection of Aesthetics regarding Gender, Race, and Ethnicity: The Case of Cosmetic Surgery in Thailand.
  105. Jeongrock Kim, Graduate Student, Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources, University of Toronto, Retooling the Double-Edged Sword: An Investigation into the Impact of Functional Heterogeneity on Informal Cross-Functional Collaboration. Co-Author(s): Ms. Tasneem Omar Ava; Ms. Jalana Ellis; Ms. Daniela Febres; and Ms. Amanda Klavert
  106. Mohammed Marzuq Abubakari, Lecturer, University of Applied Management, Ghana, Politics of Insults: A Threat to Constitutional Democracy in Ghana.