Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                           3rd Academic International Conference on Law, Economics and Finance  
Conference Dates                         24th-26th July 2017
Deadline for abstract/proposal    19th June 2017
Venue                                           University of Cambridge Newnham College, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Updated on 18th June 2017

1.       Mr. Joseph Johnson, Senior Lecturer, Takoradi Polytechnic, Statistical Exploration of Academic Performance of Students in some Selected Programmes of the University of Cape Coast.  

2.       Ms. Manjula Shukla, Research Scholar, Banaras Hindu University, Losing the tag of 'Independent Director'- Role played by Nominee Directors in determining firm performance.  

3.       Mr. Sunil Gaikwad, Programme Officer, All India Radio Jalgaon, Indian Constitution The Protector Of Environment.  

4.       Dr. Ibrahim Alkandi, Assistant Professor, Saudi Electronic University, Understanding the Relationship Among Job Satisfaction, Orgainsational Trust and Emotional Labour in Riyadh-King Khalid International Airport.  

5.       Dr. Ranti Fauza Mayana Tanwir, Senior Lecturer, Padjadjaran University, Geographical Indications Protection: Collective Action for Local Empowerment and Wealth Creation. Co-Author(s):  Tisni Santika

6.       Mr. Difa Mubaroq, Student, University of Airlangga, Education’s Right Of Person With Disabilities : Where Are The Ultimate Goals Against Learning System That They Receive Currently?

7.       Prof. Pieter Van Der Zwan, Associate Professor, North-West University, An evaluation of interest deduction limitations to counter base erosion in South Africa. Co-Author(s):  Prof Danie Schutte, Professor

8.       Mrs. Sadia Mansoor, Lecturer, Department of Economics, Institute of Business Management Karachi, Foreign aid volatility, Macroeconomic Policies and Economic growth (A time series analysis of Pakistan 1972-2015). Co-Author(s):  Mirza Aqeel Baig

9.       Prof. Aktham Almaghaireh, Associate Professor, United Arab Emirates University, The factors influencing the decision to list on Abu Dhabi securities exchange.  

10.   Mr. Ghulam Murtaza Khoso, Assistant Professor, University of Sindh, East Asian Disputed Waters: Emerging Security Threats for Japan.  

11.   Mrs. Laila Al Maqbali, Assistant Lecturer, Rustaq College of Applied Sciences, Corporate Governance Impact on Firm Performance: The Case of Non-financial Listed Companies in Oman.  

12.   Mr. John Akinwumi Makinde, Senior Lecturer/HOD, The Polytechnic Ibadan, Social Media Advertising and Acceptability of Fast Moving Consumer Goods in Nigeria’s Manufacturing Industry.  

13.   Mr. Akpokabowei Oweisana, Senior Lecturer, Federal College Of Education (Tech) Omoku, Building Entrepreneurship for the emerging market in Nigeria: Case study of Nigeria Delta Region.  

14.   Mr. Chong-Chuo Chang, Associate Professor, National Chi Nan University, Corporate Cash Holdings and Total Factor Productivity.  

15.   Mr. Mohsin Khan, Research Scholar, Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh India, Does Working Capital Management affect the Profitability? Evidence from Select Food and Agro based Companies in India. Co-Author(s):  Dr Kashif Beg And Abuzar Nomani

16.   Ms. Nadia Ferdaus, Student, Islamic University of Indonesia, Analysis of Technology Development at Waqf Productive as a Solution to Fiscal Sustainability Indonesia. Co-Author(s):  Nadia Nuril Ferdaus. Additional Abstract Accepted: E-DOZIS Applications : As a Technology for Optimalizing Distribution Socio-Islamic Economics Finansial to develop Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

17.   Mr. Ahmed Usman EGYE, Lecture, Nasarawa State Polytechnic Lafia, Contributory Pension Scheme and Pensioners Welfare in Nigeria. Co-Author(s):  Hamza Mohammed

18.   Mrs. Enoka Randeniya, Lecturer, University of Colombo, Dyslexia as a learning disability:Based on Sinhala language in sri Lanka.  

19.   Dr. Jacqueline Yeats, Senior Lecturer, University of Cape Town, Corporate Governance Reform in South Africa and the UK: strengthening the wider stakeholder voice.  

20.   Ms. Sabeen Anwar, Lecturer, Institute of Business Management, The Comparative and Competitive Advantage of the Fishery Exports in Pakistan.  

21.   Dr. Imran Haider, Lecturer, Curtin University, CEO Ability and Properties of Analysts Forecasts. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Harjinder Singh, Senior Lecturer (Curtin University); Dr. Nigar Sultana, Senior Lecturer (Curtin University); and Prof. Asheq Rahman, Professor (Auckland University of Technology)

22.   Dr. Nicolas Lampach, Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre for Legal Theory and Empirical Jurisprudence, The Choice for Europe: Judicial Behaviour and European Integration in the European Union. Prof. Dr. Arthur Dyevre

23.   Mrs. Sadia Mansoor, Assistant Professor / Research Analyst, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Foreign Aid Volatility and Economic Growth: a Case Study of Pakistan. Co-Author(s):  Mirza Aqeel Baig; and Muhammad Javid

24.   Mr. Ubadinma Ebelogu, Lecturer, Federal College of Education (Tech) Omoku, Time Management and its Effect on Production in Nigerian Organisations. Co-Author(s):  Oweisana Akpokabowei

25.   Ms. Krithika lakshmi Sathiya moorthy, Student, Velammal Medical College and Research Institute, Knowledge and Attitude among college students in a South Indian city about the prevalence, influencing factors and redressal mechanisms for Intimate Partner Violence. Co-Author(s):  Dr Jayshree kathiresan, Associate professor

26.   Mr. Titus Obed Tswabki, Senior Instructor, Federal Polytechnic Mubi, The Role of Transportation in Logistic Activities. Co-Author(s):  Mr Isa Adobunu

27.   Mr. Isa Adobunu, Lecturer I, Federal Polytechnic Mubi, Strategies for Managing Supply Chain on Few Selected Companies on Northern Nigeria. Co-Author(s):  Mr Obed Titus

28.   Prof. Chia-Yu Yeh, Associate Professor, National Chi Nan University, The Sustainable Development of Primary Industry and ROSCA Participation.  

29.   Dr. Betchani Tchereni, Associate Professor and Acting HOD, North-West University - Mafikeng Campus, Afro-Keynesian Macroeconomics and its Role on Poverty Alleviation and Unemployment in South Africa.  

30.   Mrs. Sadia Mansoor, Lecturer, Institute of Business Management, Foreign Aid Volatility and Economic Growth: a Case Study of Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Mirza Aqeel Baig , Assistant Professor;  and Muhammad Javid, Research Analyst

31.   Dr. Liangliang Jiang, Associate Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Risk Management Committee and Bank Performance: Evidence from the Adoption of Dodd-Frank Act. Co-Author(s): Chen Lin

32.   Mr. Meshal Alzahrani, Budget Specialist, Royal Commission, The Concept of Intelligence and Planning in Financial Sector.  

33.   Dr. Abubakar Bukar Kagu, Senior Lecturer, Yobe State University, Crisis jurisprudence and the upset to civil liberties: a critical appraisal of human rights situation in the context of Boko-haram crisis in Northeast Nigeria.

34.   Ms. Della Arny, Students, Semarang State University, Academic Procrastination : A Case Study Related to Achievement Motivation, Perfectionism and Economic Hardship. Co-Author(s): Inaya Sari Melati, M.Pd

35.   Mr. Amin Sokhanvar, Research Assistant, Eastern Mediterranean University, The impact of International tourism on Long-Run unemployment. Co-Author(s): Iman Aghaei

36.   Dr. Sabbah Gueddoudj, Researcher, Central Bank of Luxembourg, Quantitative Easing, household deposits and mutual funds and growth: A Luxembourgish case study.  

37.   Mr. Mohit Asnani, Final Year Student of BBA Hons, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, An Analytical Study on the Prospect of a Successful  Low-Cost Long Haul Airline in India.  

38.   Ms. Ashwini Raisinghani, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, A Comparitive Study of the Impact of Octapace Culture on Gen X and Gen Y- in Banking Sector.  

39.   Dr. Rachna Banerjee, Associate Professor, Dubai Women’s College, Does Financial Regulation influence bank efficiency? - A study on UAE banking sector. Co-Author(s): Dr. Sudipa Majumdar, Senior Lecturer. Middlesex University Dubai

40.   Mr. Tariq Almontaser, PhD Student, University of Reading, Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Disclosure: an empirical study. Co-Author(s): Jill Atkins

41.   Mr. Prashant Pandey, Student, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Reality of Child Rights in India. Co-Author(s):  Shreya Verma

42.   Dr. Siwaporn Fongthong, Lecturer, Khon Kaen University, The Anchoring Vignette Approach to Measure Citizen Satisfaction with Local Government in Thailand.  

43.   Mr. Vahan Sargsyan, Junior Researcher, CERGE-EI, Integration of Migrants in European Countries: First and Second Generations.  

44.   Dr. Adora Holstein, Professor of Economics, Robert Morris University, Too-Big-To-Fail: Living Wills or Reenact Glass-Steagall?  

45.   Mrs. Nadiia Zubchenko, PhD, Head of the sector of informetrics, National University Odessa Academy of Law, International legal states’ cooperation in the sphere of animal welfare and protection of animals from cruel treatment.  

46.   Mr. Derar Al-Daboubi, Student, Anglia Ruskin University, Interrelationship between Marine Carrier and International Sale Contract.  

47.   Dr. Maria Nadeem, Assistant Professor, Head of Department, The Institute of Management Sciences, A Study on the 6th Cultural Dimension of Hofstede- Cultural Indulgence-Restraint. Co-Author(s): Ms. Aneela Javed, Research Associate

48.   Mr. Shuonan Zhang, PhD student, The University of Manchester, Impact of Financial Development and Innovation on Economic Growth: Evidence from Chinese Provinces. Co-Author(s): Dr. Emranul Haque, Senior Lecturer

49.   Dr. Madumetja Kate Malepe, Senior Lecturer, University of Venda, Territorial Use of Languages: A South African Solution on Equal Treatment of Official Languages in Criminal Courts.  

50.   Mr. Seini Odudu Abu, Lecturer II, Federal University Dutsin-Ma, Challenges of Cyber Fraud Investigation in Nigeria.  

51.   Ms. Hemavadi Soondram, Lecturer, University of Mauritius, Tax Fairness Dimensions in an African Context: The Mauritian Perspective. Co-Author(s): Ms Oumila Moorghen

52.   Mrs. Mei Yang, PhD Student, Massey University, The Evolution of Chinese Rural Women’s Economic Status. Co-Author(s): Martin Young, Head of the School of Economics and Finance, Massey University. Additional Abstract Accepted:  The Development of Women Professional Farmers in Shaanxi, China

53.   Mr. Waleed Alshaer, PhD Student, Robert Gordon University, Testing the Efficient Market Hypotheses and Analysis of Asset Pricing Bubbles: A Comparative Analysis of Developed and Emerging Markets.