Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                           3rd Academic International Conference on Business, Marketing and Management
Conference Dates                         14th -16th November 2016 
Deadline for abstract/proposal    17th October 2016 
Venue                                           University of OxfordSt Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom
                                                                    Updated on 20th October  2016

1.       Dr. Darwin Philip Alera, Chairperson and Research Coordinator, Mountain Province State Polytechnic College, Students Buying Practices and Attitudes towards of Counterfeit Products. 

2.       Mrs. Adefunke Dorcas Ogunleye, Lecturer, The Federal Polytechnic Ede, The Impact of Merger and Acquisition on Bank Performance in Nigeria. 

3.       Dr. Kiran Mamagain, Professor, DIT University, Communication-An Instrument to Reduce Anxiety,Alienation, and Depression among Adolescents. 

4.       Dr. Arbela Grace Espina, Professors, American College of Dubai, An Assessment of the Institutional Effectiveness of the American College of Dubai. Co-Author: Dr. Vincent Salas and Dr. Amabelle Pacana

5.       Dr. Krittiya Duangmanee, Lecturer, Prince of Songkla University, A Study of Extreme Values for Rice Crop Insurance in Thailand Using the Area-Yield Index Approach. Co-Author: Dr Martine Van Wouwe, Professor

6.       Dr. Ma. Pagasa Nanette Rotairo, Professor, University of the East-Manila, Marketing Aesthetics in Business: Developing Holistic Customer Satisfaction for Hospitality Industries. 

7.       Dr. Ma. Pagasa Nanette Rotairo, Professor, University of the East-Manila, Maximizing Customer Satisfaction in the Context of Global Thinking. Co-Author: Ms. Vera Niel Lizardo

8.       Mr. Saidi Adelekan, PhD. Candidate, Lagos State University, Gender-role orientation, self-efficacy and social entrepreneurial intention in Nigerian Universities. Co-Author: Dr. Williamson Mervywn; and Dr. Sulaiman Olusegun Atiku

9.       Dr. Enrique Guevarra, Senior Instructor, American College of Dubai, Developing MinTVET Leadership Model That Addresses the 21st Century Challenges of Technical – Vocational Schools in Mindanao, Philippines. 

10.   Dr. Arbela Grace Espina, Business Professor, American College of Dubai, Organisational Effectiveness of the American College of Dubai. Co-Author: Dr. Vincent Salas

11.   Dr. Abubakar Garba, Senior Lecturer, Northwest University Kano, Exploring the Entrepreneurial Orientation and Growth Potential of Informal Sector Micro-enterprises in Kano and Jigawa State. Co-Author: Mr. Ibrahim Kabir, Asst. Lecturer and Mr. Mahmoud Mahmoud, Asst. Lecturer

12.   Mr. Anthony Larsson, Doctoral Candidate, Karolinska Institutet, Building Customer Loyalty in Digital Banking? A Phenomenological study of Swedish bank staff’s perspectives on the challenges of digital customer relations and its impact on loyalty. Co-Author: Yamit Viitaoja

13.   Mr. Nuhu Shagari Jibrin, Lecturer, Federal University, Dutsinma, Customer Satisfaction and Quality of Service of GSM Service Providers In Nigeria. 

14.   Ms. Amna Fahim, Lecturer, Bahria University, Impact of Proactive Personality on Employees Career Satisfaction: Role of Authentic Leadership as Moderator. Additional Abstract:  Leaders Effectiveness: Impact of leader benevolence and authenticity with mediation of perception of trust

15.   Dr. Hsin-Yun Lee, Professor, National Ilan University, Taiwan, Evaluating Customer Experience in Service Design for Assessing Value Co-creation. Co-Author(s): Dr. Vadim Grinevich, Associate Professor of Southampton Business School, University of Southampton, UK; Dr. Maxwell Chipulu, Lecturer of Southampton Business School, University of Southampton, UK

16.   Mr. R Vijayaraghavan, Research Scholar, University of Hyderabad, Linking Shared Leadership and Team Empowerment:The Influence of Team Psychological Capital. Co-Author: Prof.P.Jyothi

17.   Dr. Gabriel Nkechukwu, Lecturer, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Emerging Economies in Africa. Co-Author: Dr. Johnson Okoh, Lecturer

18.   Mrs. Samra Ashraf, PG-Student, BPP University, Brand Equity through the Mirrors of Social Media: An Innovative Branding Approach for and from the UK consumer’s Market. Co-Author: Mr.Syed Aun Hamdani

19.   Mrs. Huda Binsaedan, PhD Candidate, Leeds Beckett University, The impact of firm’s leadership type on perception of corporate reputation: Saudi case. 

20.   Mr. Hussein Abedi Shamsabadi, PhD Candidate, Griffith University, Corporate governance, tax imputation system and Dividend reinvestment plans : Evidence from Australia. Co-Author: Byung S. Min

21.   Dr. Amer Al shishany, Assistant Professor, Hashemite University, The Future of GDSS Supported Meetings: Perceiving the Value and the Need for Competitive Strategies. Co-Author: Dr. Radwan Kharabsheh, Associate Professor;and  Dr. Waed Alnsour Assistant Professor

22.   Mrs. Elmia Nafisah, Lecturer, The State University of Jakarta, Who Would Return to Malioboro? A Structural Model of Factors to Influence Tourists’ Revisit. Co-Author: Usep Suhud, Ph.D

23.   Dr. Irina Averianova, Professor, Nagoya University of Commerce & Business, Womenomics: Is the Workforce Ready? Co-Author: Niculina Nae

24.   Dr. Osama Abouelela, Assistant Professor, Alexandria University, The Information Content of Cash Flows Components and Accounting Earnings for Explaining Stock Market Activity: Empirical Evidence from the Banking Sector in Egypt. 

25.   Mrs. Nneka Chidiebere-Mark, Lecturer, Imo State University, Consumer’s Attitude and Behaviour to Fruit Consumption in Owerri Municipal, Imo State, Nigeria. Co-Author: Dr. Robert Onyeneke

26.   Mrs. Ximena Ferro, Lecturer, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Migration of Millenials from Facebook to other Social Networks: New Advertising Strategies in Digital Media. 

27.   Mr. Daudi Pascal, PhD Student, University of Agder, CEOs’ origin and their influence on microfinance performance and risk. Co-Author: Roy Mersland

28.   Ms. Upasana Purohit, Student, Pandit deendayal Petroleum University, Role of Commercial television channels in reviving traditional sports viewership, with reference to Kabaddi and Hockey in India. 

29.   Mr. Srikumar Ramayan, Senior Lecturer, Sunway University, The Role of Internet in Raising Political Awareness among Malaysian Undergraduates. Co-Author: Ms Lee Jin Nah

30.   Mrs. Intan Abida Abu Bakar, Lecturer, Sunway University, The Effectiveness of ‘No Plastic Bags Day” Campaign in Malaysia : A Case Study in Suria KLCC. 

31.   Mr. Azman Ramlie, Lecturer, Sunway University, The Perception of Sunway University Students on Green Products: A Case Study on Department of Communication & Liberal Arts Students. Co-Author: Jacqueline Ting Zi Yee

32.   Dr. Sergio López, Associate Professor, University of Santiago, Job insecurity and organizational citizenship behavior; what can we say about this relationship? Co-Author: Felipe Muñoz, Lecturer

33.   Ms. Achara Khamaksorn, Research Student, Oxford Brookes University, Project Management Knowledge and Skills for the Construction Industry. 

34.   Ms. Achara Khamaksorn, Research Student, Oxford Brookes University, Factors Affecting Knowledge Transfer in International Construction Joint Venture Projects. 

35.   Mr. Tahir Iqbal, Lecturer, Preston University Islamabad, Why businesses succeed or fail: A study on small businesses in Pakistan. 

36.   Dr. Sirirat Rattanapituk, Lecturer, The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, I Love You But I Don’t Love Your Dogs: Evidence Of Corporate Brand Love and its Impact on Product Brand Level

37.   Prof. Apedzan Emmanuel Kighir, Professor, Federal University Dutsinma, Corporate Earnings and Dividends Smoothing in an Era of Unclaimed Dividends in Nigeria: A Panel Data Analysis. Co-Author: Joseph SAMUEL (Lecturer); and Dr Salisu MAMMAN (Lecturer)

38.   Ms. Marina Ochkovskaya, Docent, Lomonosov Moscow State University, The role of Soviet heritage in place branding in Eastern European cities. 

39.   Mr. Ganiu Adewale Adegbite, Lecturer, Ogun State Insitute of Technology, Effects of Market Segmentation on Consumers’ Needs Satisfaction and Organizational Growth in Intercontinental Distillers Limited, Lagos-Nigeria. 

40.   Mr. Hendy Mustiko Aji, Lecturer, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Subjective Norm vs Dogmatism:

41.   Christian Consumers Response Toward Islamic TV AdvertisingCo-Author: Dr. Basu Swasta Dharmmesta, Professor

42.   Dr. Ibraheem Alshekmubarak, Assistant Professor, Albaha University, Business Ethics in Saudi Listed Banks. 

43.   Mr. Mishank Hassanandani, Undergraduate Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum Univeristy, The Impact of Social Media Marketing on Consumers of Luxurious Car Market in India. Co-Author: Dr.Tejas Dave

44.   Ms. Siti Mudrika, Student, State University of Jakarta, The Impact of Premium and Trust on Value and Their Implication on Loyalty and Retention: A Case of Customers at an Assurance Company. Co-Author: Usep Suhud, Ph.D

45.   Dr. Mohamed Bilal Basha, Faculty, Higher College of Technology, What motive UAE consumers towards organic food product? An empirical study. 

46.   Mrs. Ximena Ferro, Lecturer, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Migration of Millenials from Facebook to Other Social Networks: New Marketing Strategies in Digital Media

47.   Mrs. Gloria Eruemegbe, Branch Coordination, Union Bank of Nigeria, An Assessment of the Impact of Human Resources Management on Organizational Effectiveness : A Case Study of Union Bank of Nigeria-Marina Branch, Lagos. 

48.   Ms. Charitha Perera, Student, University of Colombo, Factors Affecting Job Satisfaction of Academics at Tertiary Level Educational Institution. Co-Author: Dr. K. Kajendra

49.   Mr. Babatunde Osabiya, Post Graduate Researcher, University of Huddersfield, Conflict Resolution as a Reconcilitiation Strategies in Nigeria: (A Case Study of Niger Delta Ethnic Militia Amnesty Programme). 

50.   Mr. Younes Kohail, PhD Student, University Hassan II Mohammedia, the impact of the sales force management on marketing performance in B2B contexts : Case of pharmaceutical indusrty in Morocco. 

51.   Ms. Riddhi Shah, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Rapid upswing of Patanjali Ayurved. Dr. Tejas Dave

52.   Dr. Ayman Zarban, Associate Professor and Chairman, University of Business and Technology, Enron’s of Saudi Arabia: Corporate Accounting and Auditing Failures. 

53.   Mr. Dishant Darji, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) – A Step tworads Financial Inclusion in India. Dr. Prashant Panda

54.   Mrs. Ximena Ferro, Lecturer, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Today´s Superconsumer: Brand Infidelity. 

55.   Dr. Duangporn Arbhasil, Lecture and Associate Dean, Rangsit University, Insider Trading: A Look at the Thai Stock Market. 

56.   Mrs. Huda Binsaedan, PhD Candidate, Leeds Beckett University, The impact of firm’s leadership type on perception of corporate reputation: Saudi Arabian case. Prof Ralph Tench

57.   Dr. Pierangelo Rosati, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Dublin City University Business School, Bitcoin vs Blockchain: The role of trust in disrupting financial services  Co-Author: Binesh Nair; and Prof. Theodore Lynn

58.   Mr. Yazeed Bin Ateeq, Ph.D Student, Manchester Metropolitan University, Testing the random walk and efficiency of the Saudi Stock Market (SSM).  

59.   Mr. Kenneth. C. Adiele, Lecturer 1, Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Predictors of Domestic Airline Patronage in Nigeria: A Pragmatic Approach. Co-Author: Dr. N.Gladson Nwokah

60.   Dr. Setyabudi Indartono, Associate Professor, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, The Moderation of Demographics Background on the Effect of Marketplace Spirituality andeWoM, on Repurchasing Intentions and Impulse Behavior Mediates by Consumer Self-Efficacy.  

61.   Dr. Ziva Rozen-Bakher, Independent Researcher, , Could M&A Strategy Lead to Integration Success in Cross-Border M&As? The Role of the Pre-M&A Performances.  

62.   Prof. Hardeep Singh, Assistant Professor, KJ Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research, The Contribution of Hedonistic, Self-Regulatory & Situational Factors to the Intention-Behavior Gap in the Adoption of Healthy Food Choices among Urban Indian Adults – An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior. Co-Author: Dr Monica Khanna

63.   Mr. Yassine Ounnabi, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Rabat-Souissi, National competitiveness, institutions and the wellbeing. Co-Author: Lalla Latifa ALAOUI

64.   Dr. Haya Alshehri, Researcher, University of Salford, The Influence of Information Privacy on B2C E-Commerce on Clients Behaviour in Saudi Arabia. Co-Author: Prof. Farid Meziane

65.   Ms. Salwa Mkik, PhD Student, Mohammed V University in Rabat, Visual Semiotics, Sustainable Semantics, and the Ecolabeling: Wich greenwash most in Ecological Advertising? Co-Author: Farid Echcharfi

66.   Ms. Nor Azyan Zulaikha Abdullah, Student, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), The factors that induce stress among teachers.  

67.   Ms. Nor Azyan Zulaikha Abdullah, Student, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Factors that induce stress (stress) among teachers in three schools in Bandar Baru Bangi.  

68.   Ms. Ttulia Mustapa, Student, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), The Relationship Between Time Management and Employee Performance at Puchong.  

69. Ms. Sadaf Hayat, Student, IQRA University, Impact of Pricing Strategies on Consumer Perception. Co-Author: DR. M.I. Subhani, Associate professor.

70.   Dr. Aušra Rūtelionė, Assoc. Professor, Kaunas University of Technology, Linking Destination Brand Personality, Self congruity and Tourism Behavior: Spa Resort Case. Co-Author: Dr. Rimantė Hopenienė; and Kristina Žalimienė

71.   Dr. Zareen Farooq, Doctorate in Business Administration, Aligarh Muslim University, Impact of Organizational Change and Balanced Scorecard on Organizational Effectiveness. Co-Author:  Professor Ayesha Farooq

72.   Ms. Lamya Alnassar, Phd Student, Oxford Brookes University, Achieving Business and IT alignment in digital service redesign: a study of UK e-government.  

73.   Dr. Debasis Bhattacharya, Associate Professor, University of North Bengal, Park Tourists Behavioral Loyalty in India: A Study on Revisit Intention and Willingness to Recommend Doors as a Tourism Destination.  

74.   Dr. Agnė Gadeikienė, Lecturer, Kaunas University of Technology, Development of CSR Structure: What is Important to Consumers? Co-Author: Dr. Jūratė Banytė, Professor