IJEBMR
ISSN: 2456-7760

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Apr 2018

Article # Article Title & Authors Page Download
152 ST. MARTIN'S ISLAND - A TOURIST PARADISE HAS LANDED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE OCEAN ALONG THE BAY OF BENGAL
Dr. Sheikh Mahabub Alam, Bangladesh
01-30 PDF
153 MICROFINANCE PROVIDED BY THE SUDANESE BANKING SYSTEM 2000 - 2015
Mohamed Elhag Abdalla Musa Ali, Sudan
31-51 PDF
154 RECYCLING OF LIME UNHAIRING AND CHROMIUM SOLUTION
Rania A. Osman, Bashir M. Elhassan, Gurashi A. Gasmelseed, Remaz K. Mohammed, Sudan
52-61 PDF
155 PLAYING FOR PAY: AN ANALYSIS OF THE SALARY CAP APPROACH IN COLLEGIATE ATHLETE COMPENSATION
Savannah J. Rush, Elizabeth J. Rozell, USA
62-77 PDF
156 EFFECTS OF PERSONAL INCOME TAX (PIT) ON REVENUE GENERATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN
James Wani Igga , South Sudan
78-95 PDF
157 DIGITAL ENTREPRENEURIAL BEHAVIOUR AND GOVERNMENT SUPPORT IN KENYA
Elijah Bitange Ndemo, Kenya
96-115 PDF
158 MEDIA BIAS IN LEGITIMIZING POLITICAL ACTION
Dr. Mary Karuri, Kenya
116-132 PDF
159 DETERMINANTS OF CORPORATE TAX AVOIDANCE: SURVEY ON INDONESIA'S PUBLIC LISTED COMPANY
Nengzih, Indonosia
133-145 PDF
160 SOCIAL POLICY PRIORITIES AND PRACTICES IN TURKEY
Ferlal Ors, Turkey
146-153 PDF
161 DISAGGREGATE ENERGY SUPPLY AND INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT IN NIGERIA
AGBEDE Moses Oyeyemi, Nigeria
154-172 PDF
162 INFLUENCE OF TECHNOLOGY ATTRIBUTES ON THE ADOPTION OF CONCENTRATED SOLAR TECHNOLOGY BY TEA FACTORIES RUN BY KTDA IN KENYA
David Muchunu Magu, Dr. David Kiragu and Dr. Lilian Karimi Mugambi Mwenda, Kenya
173-191 PDF
163 EFFECT OF EXCISE TAX (DUTY) ON THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN
James Wani Igga, South Sudan
192-212 PDF
164 THE OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK OF ISLAMIC DERIVATIVES (APPLIED STUDY ON MALAYSIA)
Dr. Muhamad Abdul Aziz Muhamad Saleh Jumaa, UAE
213-223 PDF
165 THE RELEVANCE OF PASS-THROUGH EFFECT: SHOULD WE REVISIT MONETARY POLICY REGIME?
Christian P. PINSHI et Emmanuel SUNGANI, Congo
224-240 PDF
166 THE CHALLENGES OF ACCREDITATION EXPERIENCED BY PRIVATE HAIRDRESSERS IN THE SOUTH REGION OF GAUTENG PROVINCE
Mathebula, Petrus, Sozabile and Maile, Simeon., South Africa
241-249 PDF
167 THE IMPACT OF RISE IN FOOD PRICES ON URBAN POVERTY IN SRI LANKA (WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO COLOMBO URBAN AREA)
Shohani Upeksha Badullahewage, Sri Lanka
250-265 PDF
168 COMPENSATION, WORKING CONDITIONS AND EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION IN KILIFI EXPORT PROCESSING ZONES, KENYA
Gladys Thuita, Yvonne Oiye, Kenya
266-276 PDF
169 DETERMINANT OF CUSTOMER VALUE AND ITS IMPLICATION ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION PRIVATE HOSPITAL IN RIAU PROVINCE
Hadion Wijoyo, indonesia
277-297 PDF
170 ACCESS TO FINANCE AND TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION PARADOX: THE CASE OF CONCENTRATED SOLAR TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION BY TEA FACTORIES RUN BY KTDA IN KENYA
David Muchunu Magu, Dr. Lilian Karimi Mugambi Mwenda, Dr. David Kiragu, Kenya
298-313 PDF
171 ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS FOR ACCREDITATION OF UNIVERSITY AFFILIATED INSTITUTIONS
Dr M. M. Motshegwe, Dr M. M. B. Magama, Botswana
314-322 PDF
172 AREAS INFLUENCING A FIRM'S STRATEGY IN MANAGING DIGITAL INNOVATION AND FIRM'S PERFORMANCE: A CASE OF OMAN
Ikram Ul haq, Oman
323-332 PDF
173 EMPLOYEE RETENTION: AFFORDS LONG-TERM SUCCESS IN TODAY'S BUSINESS WORLD
Dr. Giselle A. Castillo
333-342 PDF
174 ROLE OF PERSONAL BEHAVIOUR STRATEGIES ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF RURAL SACCOS IN KENYA, NYERI COUNTY
Githaiga Serah Muthoni, David Kiragu, Anne Ndirangu, Kenya
343-356 PDF
175 OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE, INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS, AND DIVIDEND POLICY - EVIDENCE OF INDONESIA
Krismiaji, Budhi Purwantoro Jati, Indonesia
357-380 PDF
176 BUSINESS COMBINATION ACCORDING TO IFRS 3 AS A TURNING POINT IN ACCOUNTING RECOGNITION AND MEASUREMENT
Dr. Khaled Jamal Jaarat, Jordan
381-395 PDF
177 HOW AND WHY DO CHINESE FIRMS CHOOSE TO LOCATE IN ONE AFRICAN COUNTRY OVER ANOTHER?
Beatrice Matiri Maisori, Prof. Wu Jianfeng, China
396-418 PDF
178 THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF SILK ROAD INITIATIVES FOR GEORGIAN ECONOMY
Iza Gigauri, Georgia
419-431 PDF
179 ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE REGIONAL TEACHERS' TRAINING CENTERS IN GREECE
Kalathaki Maria, Greece
432-447 PDF
180 MORE OR LESS ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: THE COMPARISON BETWEEN EXECUTIVES AND NON-EXECUTIVES AT A PUBLIC BANK IN THAILAND
Dr. Chaiyaset Promsri, Thailand
448-455 PDF
181 SATISFACTION MEDIATING THE EFFECT OF NURSING SERVICE QUALITY AND HOSPITAL IMAGE ON PATIENT LOYALTY
Edi Hasan, Budiyanto, Khuzaini, Indonesia
456-465 PDF
182 FEMALE REPRESENTATION IN THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, OWNERSHIP CONCENTRATION, AND DIVIDEND POLICY - EVIDENCE OF INDONESIA
Muhammad Harris Kristianto, djuminah, Indonesia
466-475 PDF
183 THE ROLE OF SALES TAX IN RESOURCE MOBILIZATION IN SOUTH SUDAN
DR. James Wani Igga, Sudan
476-495 PDF
184 EARNINGS MANAGEMENT, CEO TENURE, AND GENDER DIVERSITY IN THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS - INDONESIAN EVIDENCE
Sumayyah, evi gentyowati, Indonesia
496-506 PDF
185 MODEL OF PURCHASE DECISION : A STUDY ON CONSUMER OF PRODUGEN BRAND MILK PRODUCT
Irawan Budi Utomo, Amrison, Bustomi, Indonesia
507-514 PDF
186 FINANCIAL INNOVATIONS AND PERFORMANCE OF DEPOSIT TAKING SACCOS IN NAIROBI CITY COUNTY, KENYA
Amabel Amondi Ouma, Job Omagwa, Dominic Ngaba, Kenya
515-532 PDF
187 STRATEGIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION AND SERVICE DELIVERY IN STATE CORPORATIONS IN KENYA: A CASE OF KENYA MEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Patricia Nzioki, Joseph Ntale, Thomas Katua Ngui, Kenya
533-546 PDF
188 EFFECT OF PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATIONS ON PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE IN UNIVERSITIES IN KENYA
Mbote Paul Koigi, Dr. David Ndung'u Kiragu, Prof. Simmy Mwita Marwa, Prof. Matthew M. Theuri, Kenya
547-560 PDF
189 IMPLICATIONS OF BUSINESS PROFIT TAX (BPT) ON THE ECONOMY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN
DR. James Wani Igga, Sudan
561-585 PDF
190 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT WITH THE MODERATING ROLE OF GENDER
Esin Yucel Karamustafa, Ozlem Kunday, Turkey
586-603 PDF
191 PRICE DISCOVERY IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN WHITE MAIZE AND WHEAT FUTURES MARKET: A VECM CAUSALITY APPROACH
Brian Muroyiwa, Abbyssinia Mushunje, South Africa
604-619 PDF
192 THE EVIDENCE OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN PORTUGUESE COMPANIES OF SLATE IN VALONGO
Ana Rita Goncalves Pinto, Maria Jose da Silva Faria, Portugal
620-638 PDF