Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                           5th Academic International Conference on Law, Economics and Finance  
Conference Dates                         3rd-5th December 2018
Deadline for abstract/proposal    5th November 2018
Venue                                           University of Cambridge Newnham College, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Updated on 5th October 2018

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

2.       Prof. Ketevan Gigashvili, Professor, Iakob Gogebashvili Telavi State University, For Evaluating the Quality of the Tsovatush Language Viability.  

3.       Prof. Eugene Nweke, Professor, Ebonyi State University, Engaging Citizens for Accountability to Sustain Urban Development: Examining the prospects of Open Government Partnership in Ebonyi State Nigeria.  

4.       Dr. Aida Fahmawi Watad, Lecturer, Al-Qasemi Academic College, "The Dice Player", between Every Two Losses the Poem Wins: Transformations of the Implied Reader in the Poetry of Maḥmūd Darwīsh.  

5.       Mr. Ama Nnachi, Lecturer, Ebonyi State College of Education Ikwo, Problems of supervision of instruction on Teachers Effectiveness in Secondary Schools in Ebonyi State, Nigeria.  

6.       Dr. khafayat Olatinwo, Lecturer, Kwara State University, X-Raying the Use of Outer Space.  

7.       Mrs. Umeoka Nkiru, Lecturer, Imo State University Owerri, A Case Study of Ecological Weed Species Abundance in Imo State University, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria.  

8.       Mr. Sayeed Adeyemi, Lecturer, Federal University, The Role of Central Bank in the Nigerian Financial System.  

9.       Mr. Nura Suleiman, Lecturer, Federal University Birnin Kebbi, Awakening in Nigerian Democracy: The Change of Government in 2015 General Election.  

10.   Mr. Abdullahi Mannir Rawayau, Lecturer, Hassan Usman Katsina Polytechnic, An Investigation on the Need to Provide Environmental Facilities to Informal Settlement in Shagari Low-Cost Katsina State for Sustainable Built Environment.  

11.   Dr. Ademola Farinmade, Lecturer, University of Lagos, Home-Based Enterprises in Residential Corridor of Metropolitan Lagos, Nigeria.  

12.   Dr. Rajib Bhaumik, Associate Professor, Alipurduar College, Re-conceiving the identity in a translational space: A study of Bharati Mukherjee’s fiction.  

13.   Mr. Saturday Alexander, Lecturer, Mai Idris Alooma Polytechnic Geidam, An Investigation into the physical and Mechanical properties of Geidam Clay Materials.  

14.   Mr. Muhammad Avais, PhD Research Scholar, University of Sindh, A Socio-Criminological and Health Analyses of Female Inmates in Sindh, Pakistan. Co-Author(s):  Ms. Hamida Narijo, PhD Research; and Dr. Aijaz Ali Wassan, Professor

15.   Mr. Belainew Belete Yalew, Lecturer, Debre Tabor University, Impacts of small scale irrigation technology on Women Empowerment in Amhara regional state of Ethiopia. Co-Author(s): Surafiel Melak

16.   Dr. Rasheed Oloyede, Chief Lecturer, Physical and Health Education Department, Effects of Environmental Pollution on Human Health in Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Akinkuade T. Additional Paper Accepted:  Sports as a Catalyst for National Development

17.   Ms. Katrina Younes, Masters Student, Western University, The Futile and the Self-Destructive: Willy Loman, Blanche DuBois and the Illusion of the American Dream.  

18.   Dr. Ziva Rozen-Bakher, Independent Researcher, Does the National Culture Impact Merger and Acquisition Success? The Acquirer’s National Culture Versus the Target’s National Culture.  Additional Paper Accepted:  The Impact of M&A Strategy on Labour Productivity:  The mediation Role of the Integration Process

19.   Ms. Shrutika Lakshmi, Research Scholar (M.Phil), Ambedkar University Delhi, Politics of  Gendered Time Use in Manava-Dhramsastsra.  

20.   Mrs. Stanislava Milankov, Sociologist, Interregional Cooperation and Local Self Government, European Union Between The Clash of Civilizations and Maastricht Treaty.  

21.   Ms. Jhanvi Vaghani, Student, Pandit Deendaual Petroleum University, Texting v/s Face to Face communication:A critical study and the stress levels associated to it.  

22.   Dr. Cecilia Ojetunde, Chief Lecturer, Michael Otedola College of Primary Education Noforija, Impact of Nigerian Cultural Elements on the Teaching and Learning of English in South Western Nigeria.  

23.   Mr. Oualid Othmani, IT Engineer, Ecole Supérieure des Technologies Industrielles Annaba, Challenges of Electronic Learning in Algeria: A Case Study of Ecole Supérieure des Technologies Industrielles-Annaba.  

24.   Ms. Lissia Kena Palaña, Teacher, De La Salle Santiago Zobel School, City daughters, female monsters: Noir and the Female Body in Contemporary Philippine Dark Fiction.  

25.   Mr. Sibu Abdullahi, Lecturer, Jigawa State Polytechnic, Management Effectiveness and Performances in Public Community Development Organisations in Jigawa State, Nigeria.  

26.   Mr. Bamidele Vincent, Lecturer, Federal College of Education, Technical, Impact of the Nigerian Financial Markets on Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) In Nigeria: Evidence from Gusau Metropolis.  

27.   Ms. Izza Cassandra Abolucion, Alumna, Central Philippine University, A Legend: An Analysis on the Media's Portrayal on Whang-Od’s Persona and Contribution in the Recognition and Preservation of Philippine Culture (A Tri-Media Research).  

28.   Dr. Shruti Chopra, Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Medical Education and Research, Anthropological insight on Psychosocial Perspective of Coronary artery disease patients from Northwest India. Co-Author(s): Dr. Krishan Sharma, (Lt.) Professor; and Dr. Y.P. Sharma, Professor

29.   Mr. Lasisi Shamusideen, Senior Lecturer, Michael Otedola College of Primary Education, Influence of principal's leadership stiles on teachers motivation in Africa (Nigeria).  

30.   Ms. Lissia Kena Palaña, English Teacher, De La Salle Santiago Zobel School, "Yet beauty, though injurious, hath strange power": Archetypal Analysis of John Milton’s Eve and Dalila. Co-Author(s): Ms. Melissa P. Novenario

31.   Dr. Saowalee Kaewchuay, Assistant Professor, Mahidol University, The research name: The learning management in the physical education and the recreation for the children in the South of Thailand. Co-Author(s): Ekarat Onnom

32.   Dr. Rasha Mohamed, Lecturer, Beni Seuif University, Enriching program to help female students to substitute their emotional feelings.  

33.   Ms. Mariah Farah, PhD Candidate, Haifa University, Ethical concepts of freedom and autonomy of Palestinian women in Israel.  

34.   Dr. Samaila Liman, Principal Lecturer, Abubakar Tatari Ali Polytechnic, Approaches to International Peace and Security and its Prospects.  

35.   Dr. Zaleha Binti Yazid, Senior Lecturer, National University of Malaysia, Exploring the Role of Leader during Conflict in Project Team.  

36.   Ms. Ali Saha, PhD Research Scholar, Monash University, Media Framing of Caste ideologies and Dalit Identity in Indian newspapers.  

37.   Ms. Lissia Kena Palaña, English Teacher, De La Salle Santiago Zobel School, Yet beauty though injurious hath strange power: Archetypal Analysis of John Milton’s Eve and Dalila.  

38.   Prof. Oluwadare Christopher, Professor, Ekiti State University, An Assessment of Male Roles in Maternal and Child Health Seeking in Multicultural Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Ibirinde B.R

39.   Ms. Debora Dahas, PhD Student, Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais, Spinoza, law and gender equality in politics.  

40.   Dr. Vicky Cadalig-Madangeng, Professor 2, Ifugao State University, Human Nature Interaction in Ifugao Satoyama Landscape;UNESCO inscribed Heritage Site and GIAHS site.  

41.   Dr. Muftau Olaiya Olarinde, Lecturer I, Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto, The Asymmetric Relationship between Legal Systems and Industrialisation in Nigeria. Co-Author(s):  Hussainatu Abdullahi

42.   Prof. Yahaya Zakari Abdullahi, Professor, Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto, Peace and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Dynamic Panel Approach. Co-Author(s): Muftau Olaiya Olarinde

43.   Mrs. Assil GHARIRI, Assistant Professor, TAHRI Mohamed University, Persona in Kazuo Ishiguro's The Remains of the Day. Co-Author(s): Mr. Mourad LAKEHAL

44.   Mr. Ugochukwu Matthew O., Lecturer, Hussaini Adamu Federal Polytechnic, Multimedia Data Mining in Digital Libraries Internet of Things: A Modern Paradigm To Nigeria Educational Restructuring. Co-Author(s): Chukwuma Lauretta  N.

45.   Mr. Cathal Ffrench, Masters Student, University of Limerick, A Mega-Analysis of the Potential for the Predictive power of Initial Contact within Minimal Social Networks. Co-Author(s): Dr. Mike Quayle (Lecturer at University of Limerick); and Mr. Ryan Barrett (Colleague and Masters Student)

46.   Mr. Ryan Barrett, Masters Student, University of Limerick, How Manipulated Initial Contact Predicts Specific Favoritism within Minimal Social Networks. Co-Author(s): Cathal Ffrench (colleague, Masters student) & Mike Quayle (lecturer, University of Limerick)

47.   Dr. Ayman Ghonem, Assistant Professor, Beni-Suef University, Effect of hypoxic training using the training mask on the cardiovascular fitness of fencing players.  

48.   Dr. Ahmed Hashim, Assistant Professor, Beni-Suef University, Attitude of physical education University students Bani Sweif toward Sport For All.  

49.   Mrs. Titilayo Akanmu, Lecturer, Mai Idris Alooma Polytechnic Geidam, Rebranding Technical Education for a sustainable growth and development. Co-Author(s): Mr Alexander Haruna Saturday

50.   Dr. Ahmad Ali, Assistant Professor, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, Violence and Immorality is Responsible for Divorce. Co-Author(s): Sameer Ul Khaliq Jan

51.   Mr. Duilong Xi, Student, Tianjin Universicity of Finance and Economics, The study of mixed methods research design in Chinese main foreign language journals.  

52.   Ms. Nobuhle Mhlongo, Student, University of Cape Town, The Implementation of the South African Language Policy by Local Government, A case study of the Nkomazi Local Municipality, Mpumalanga Province, South Africa.  

53.   Dr. Sarah Haider Naqvi, Lecturer, Bhatti International Teaching Hospital, Psychological impacts of Domestic Violence on Children.  

54.   Dr. Oluwatoyin Obadare Akpata, Lecturer, University of Jos, Assessment of Pupils' and Parents' Attitudes to Continuous Assessment: A Base Line Study for Sba.  

55.   Mr. Sameer ul khaliq Jan, Lecturer, Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University Sheringal, An Analysis of Risk Factors Behind Domestic Violence on Women in Pakhtun Society. Co-Author(s): Dr. Ahmad Ali

56.   Dr. Julius Aikins-Hawkson, Principal Consultant, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Analysis of Corporate Risk Disclosures in Ghana. Co-Author(s): Dr Donatus Aryitey, Senior Consultant

57.   Ms. Aline Navegantes, Master's Student, University of Brasilia, Work, class and race relations in Brazil's capital: a case study of Afro-Brazilian housemaids in the city of Brasilia (DF).  

58.   Mr. Umer Ramzan, Lecturer, University of Lahore, Examining The Impact of Online Engagement on Entrepreneurial Intentions through General and Domain Attitude: A Multi Mediation Study. Co-Author(s): Muhammad Ishtiaq

59.   Mrs. Mary Nimram, Lecturer II, University of Jos, Meaning Beyond the said: a Cultural Linguistic Perspective to some Nigerian English Expressions.  

60.   Prof. Sekepe Matjila, Professor, University of South Africa, Expropriation of Land Without Compensation: Land Dispossesion in South Africa as Depicted in Setswana Literature.  

61.   Dr. Santosh Meena, Associate Professor, Banasthali Vidyapith, Role of Spiritual Intelligence and Job Values in  Mental Health of Bank Executives.  

62.   Ms. Yashfeen Ali, Researcher, Aligarh Muslim University, Role of Sound Corporate Governance in solving Stakeholder’s Problem. Co-Author(s): Areeba Khan

63.   Prof. Pauline Lere, Professor, University of Jos, Politics and Religion in Nigeria and the Quest for Sustainable Peaceful Co-Existence.  

64.   Dr. Obioma Hyginus, Lecturer, Federal University Wukari, A Three Dimensional Model of Corporate Image Configuration.  

65.   Dr. Timothy 'Seyi Odeyale, Senior Lecturere, University of Ibadan, Culture, Architecture and Reshaping of the Traditional Urban Space and Contingent Meanings.  

66.   Dr. Sami Ahmad Khan, Assistant Professor, GGS Indraprastha University, Of Aliens, Gods and (God) Men: Reading Mythology and Science Fiction in Bollywood Films.  

67.   Ms. Elnaz Valaei Bakhshayesh, Lecturer, Arab Open University, The Quest for Individuality in Fariba Vafi’s My Bird.  

68.   Mr. Soguna Macdonald Daniel, Lecturer II, Federal Polytechnic Bali, Election Observation in Nigeria: The Role of Foreign Observers in the Fourth Coming General Elections in Nigeria.  

69.   Dr. Rasha Qutb, Lecturer, Damanhour University, Migrants’ remittances and economic growth: An Empirical Evidence from Egypt.  

70.   Mr. Maphuti David Tuba, Senior Lecturer, University of South Africa, Re-Conceptualising Financial Inclusion: A Regulatory Approach.  

71.   Mr. William Aditya Sarana, Student, University of Indonesia, The Authority of The Government of Republic of Indonesia to Nullify Local Regulations: Analysis of Constitutional Court Decisions. Co-Author(s): Dr. Fitra Arsil, Lecturer; and Yunani Abiyoso, Lecturer

72.   Mr. Rania Kasseim, Assistant Professor, Fayoum University, Using occupational therapy to improve self- esteem and reduce aggression behavior on children with mental disabilities.  

73.   Mr. Francis Ufiah, PhD Student, University of Ibadan, Experimental Psychology: Improving the quality of parental involvement and peer association among secondary schools students.  

74.   Mr. Shokat Chowdhary, Student, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Urbanisation, Waste Management and Environmental Sustainability in Kashmir Valley: A case study of Srinagar city.  

75.   Dr. Mohammad Q.M. Momani, Assistant Professor, Hashemite University, Does Fama-French size and value factors predict future economic growth in Jordan?  

76.   Dr. Xingzhi Yao, Lecturer, Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University, On the Properties of Three Monthly Opinion Polls of Voting Intentions in the UK over the Period 1984 to 2015. Co-Author(s): David Peel, Professor

77.   Prof. Basirat Oladipupo, Professor, Lagos State University, Socio-cultural Practices as Predictors of Women's Mental Health in Lagos , Nigeria.  

78.   Mrs. Zhila Gholami, PhD Student, Griffith University, Gender and Nation-building: Kurdish Women Writers in diaspora.  

79.   Ms. Aleena Karim, Lecturer, Forman Christian College University, Discoursing Gender: The Contemporariness of Gender Roles in Russia.  

80.   Dr. Milla Setyowati, Lecturer, University Indonesia, Performance Evaluation of Tax Administration Upon Separation of Account Representative Function. Co-Author(s): Ricky Garry Gurnita

81.   Dr. Tahir Mahmood, Associate Professor, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Human Capital, Technological Spillover and Productivity of Manufacturing Sector: A Comparative Analysis of Pakistan and India.  

82.   Mr. Muhammad Bilal Bhutta, Assistant Professor, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, The Nexus of Poverty, Poor Governance, and Income Inequality in Pakistan.  

83.   Dr. Idowu Diyaolu, Lecturer, Obafemi Awolowo University, Customer relationship management practices (CRMP) employed by fashion designers in Osogbo Local Government Area, Osun State, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Miss Ojeremi Fikayo

84.   Dr. Elza Syarief, Associate Professor, Batam International University, The Effectiveness of Islamic Arbitration Institution in Settling Banking Disputes in Indonesia. Co-Author(s):  Associate Prof. Dr. Rina Shahriyani Shahrullah

85.   Mr. Visakh Madhusoodanan Subha, PhD Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Configuring ‘Traditional’ Authority: Religious Knowledge and the Place of  Ulama in Sunni Muslim Self- Fashioning, Kerala, South India.  

86.   Dr. Olumide Adedapo, Chief Lecturer, Federal Polytechnic Ado- Ekiti, Gemstone Mining in Nigeria and the Unimaginable Benefits.  

87.   Dr. Hauwa Mohammed sani, Lectuter, Ahmadu Bello University, A Socio-pragmatic Analysis of Hausa Spousal address Terms.  

88.   Ms. Jennifer Salcedo, Student, California State University of Fullerton, Sign Language: A Necessity. Co-Author(s): Ms. Maria Vargas, Student; and Ms. Fabiola Flores, Student

89.   Ms. Rashi Kumar, Student, California State University Fullerton, The Immigration Crisis at the Mexican and American Border. Co-Author(s): Ms. Roseangelica Lopez, Student; and Mr. Sebastian Torres, Student

90.   Ms. Danielle Vasco, Student, California State University Fullerton, Technology’s Negative Effects on Young Children. Co-Author(s): Natalia Vasco; and Israel Gonzalez

91.   Mr. Yahaya Onumoh Ahmed, Lecturer, Federal College Of Education (Technical), Determinants of Dividend Payout of Listed Consumer Goods Firms in Nigeria.  

92.   Mr. Samik Malla, Doctoral Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, On Ugliness and Being Just: Aesthetic Theories of Rosenkrantz, Scarry and Eco.  

93.   Mrs. Victoria Vorobeva, Associate Professor, Tomsk State University, Morphological markers of the noun in Eastern dialects of Khanty (Vahk, Vasyugan, Surgut, Salym). Co-Author(s): Irina Novitskaya

94.   Mrs. Sylvia Olayemi Oyetakin, Senior Lecturer, Topmost College Of Education, Economic Returns to Investment on Informatics Polytechnic Education Graduates in Southwest, Nigeria.  

95.   Mrs. Nurten Birlik, Associate Professor, Middle East Technical University, Irish poet J.C. Mangan’s Views on the East within the frame of the Oriental Renaissance. Co-Author(s): Arda Arıkan

96.   Dr. Abdul Ghaffar, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Chulalongkorn University, Determinants of giving birth in a health facility in Pakistan; Analysis of PDHS 1991, 2007 and 2013. Co-Author(s): Sathirakorn Pongpanich

97.   Dr. Esohe Olivia Ogboghodo, Lecturer, University of Benin, Assessment of the Unmet Needs of Contraception Among Female Undergraduate Students in Southern Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Dr Obehi Hilda Okojie, Professor. Additional Paper Accepted:  Assessment of Harmful Traditional Practices among Adults in Benin-City, Southern Nigeria: A Household Survey

98.   Mr. Isah Abdulmumini, Lecturer II, Federal University Gusau, Language of Begging: A Sociolinguistic Analysis.