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87 ELECTRONIC PEDAGOGY: BLENDED EDUCATION, EVALUATING MODELS, CERTIFICATION, HANDS ON EXPERIENCE AND ECONOMIC MODELS
Wayne R. Curtis, USA
01-12 PDF
88 IMPACT OF SECTORAL DISTRIBUTION OF COMMERCIAL BANKS' LOANS AND ADVANCES ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA
ADEJAYAN, Adeola oluwakemi and SULAIMAN, Luqman Adedamola, Nigeria
13-26 PDF
89 EFFECT OF EMPLOYEES PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE: A STUDY OF NATIONAL ROOT CROPS RESEARCH INSTITUTES UMUDIKE (2012-2016)
Nwoko Victoria O and Prof. Emerole Gideon A, Nigeria
27-45 PDF
90 DETERMINANTS OF PRICE-EARNINGS RATIO: NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE (QUANTILE REGRESSION)
Dr Ochuko Benedict Emudainohwo
46-76 PDF
91 SMALL SCALE AGRO-PROCESSING IS A KEY COMPONENT OF RURAL MASS EMPLOYMENT GENERATION IN BANGLADESH: CONCEPT MODEL
Monirul Islam, Shamal Chandra Hawlader, Md. Ferdous Hossain Khan, Mohammad Munsur Rahman and M A Matin, Bangladesh
77-88 PDF
92 SIGNIFICANCE OF PURPOSE-SPECIFIC COLLABORATIVE CAPACITY - THE HUMAN RESOURCE ASPECT: CASE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT IN MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION IN SRI LANKA
S. U. Lanka Prasada , Prof. (Mrs.) R. Lalitha S. Fernando, Dr. B. J. H. Arachchige and Dr Kokila Konasinghe, Shri lanka
89-116 PDF
93 EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND FINANCIAL REPORTING QUALITY OF QUOTED COMPANIES IN NIGERIA
Ezelibe Chizoba Paulinus, Nwosu Oluchukwu and Orazulike Somtochukwu, Nigeria
117-137 PDF
94 THE INFLUENCE OF FORMAL AND NON FORMAL EDUCATIONS, ETHNIC, GENDER, PARENTS' JOB AND BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ON ENTREPRENEURIAL ATTITUDES OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN EAST JAVA PROVINCE
J. E. Sutanto, David Sukardi Kodrat and Hari Minantyo, Indonosia
138-153 PDF
95 EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND THEIR ROLE IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA: IMPORTANCE, EFFECTS AND POLICIES FOR THEIR PROMOTION
Seadin Xhaferi and Arlinda Ballazhi , Macedonia
154-169 PDF
96 AN EXAMINATION OF TENANTS PREFERENCES IN COMMERCIAL OFFICE BUILDINGS: THE CASE OF DAR ES SALAAM CBD, TANZANIA
Evodius Henerico and Charles Lucian, Tanzania
170-190 PDF