Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                           Academic International Conference on Interdisciplinary Business Studies
Conference Dates                         12th -14th September 2016 
Deadline for abstract/proposal    15th August 2016
Venue                                           University of Oxford, Green Templeton College, Oxford, United Kingdom
Updated on 16th August 2016

1.       Prof. Sabri Elkrghli, Assistant Professor, University of Benghazi, The Impact of Libyan Political Crisis (2013/2015) on Tourism Businesses' Marketing Performances: Evidence from Benghazi City. 

2.       Prof. Heru Satyanugraha, Professor, Trisakti University, A Rural Entrepreneurial Business Development Model in Developing Countries : The Case of Indonesia. 

3.       Mrs. Corlise le Roux, Lecturer, University of Johannesburg, An Econometric Analysis of Commodities Produced in China, Russia and South Africa. 

4.       Mr. Niel Oberholzer, Lecturer, University of Johannesburg, A vector error correction model (VECM) of FTSE/JSE SA Listed Property Index. Co-Author(s): Mr. Pierre Venter, Assistant Lecturer

5.       Dr. Harit Satt, Assistant Professor of Finance, Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Marketing intangible assets and their impact on cost of debt, international evidence. Co-Author(s): Ahmed Tamek

6.       Mr. Saikou Touray, Student, Islamic University College, Ghana, The impact of Business Entity Concept on the performance of sole-traders.

7.       Mr. David Oberholzer, Masters Student, University of Johannesburg, The Social Economics of Golf Balls. 

8.       Mrs. Elrida Vos, Academic Clerk, University of Johannesburg, An overview and comparison of the DNA of CSR 2.0 in the Food Retail Industry within a South African context. 

9.       Mrs. Meltem Karatepe Kaya, PhD Student, Brunel Univerisity London, Corporate Governance and Minority Shareholder Protection in United Kingdom. 

10.   Ms. H Theresa Darlong, Assistant Professor, Women's College, The Changing Profile of Darlong Women in Tripura: A Sociological Study. 

11.   Dr. Nenavath Sreenu, Assistant Professor in Finance and Accounts, Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, A Study on Financial Constraints in Capital Structure theories and Dividend Policy: Evidence from Indian Capital Market. 

12.   Mr. Olubunmi Solomon, Lecturer 1, Nigeria Police Academy, Wudil-Kano, Nigeria., Effects of Foreign Direct Investment on the Growth of Agricultural Sector in Nigeria: 1981 - 2014.. 

13.   Mrs. Uche Onyekwelu, Lecturer, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Effect of Intellectual Capital on Corporate Valuation of Quoted Pharmaceutical Firms in Nigeria. Co-Author: Barr. Victoria Chukwuani

14.   Prof. Zvi Ganor, Professor, The West Galilee Academic College, The Experience – Profit Chain : Customer Experience Role in Marketing Strategy. Additional Abstract: Relationship between shopping experience , loyalty, customer life-time value and and Corporate profit.

15.   Mr. Intae Choi, Graduate Student, Yonsei University, Are Central Government-Affiliated Performing Arts Organizations in South Korea Being Operated Efficiently? 

16.   Prof. Ayam John Amfani, Professor, Federal University, Nigeria – U. S. Relations In The Post Cold War Era. 

17.   Mr. Mohd Afjal, Research Scholar, Aligarh Muslim University, Assessing the Financial Health of Indian Oil Corporation Limited: An Altman’s Z-Score MDA Model Approach. Co-Author(s): Prof. Mohd Izhar Ahmad

18.   Prof. Gabriel Dwomoh, Director, Kumasi Polytechnic, Assessing financial motivation and its influence on performance of teachers in Government Senior High Schools in Ghana. Co-Author(s): Joyce Adu-Amoah

19.   Ms. Ann-Marie Laffey, Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader, GSM London, The Role of Employee-led Initiatives in Driving Employee Diversity in the Work Place: A Case Study of BP's Positively Ethnic Network. Co-Author(s): Babawande Sheba, Head of Department

20.   Mrs. Sasivimol Meeampol, Dean and Associate Professor, Kasetsart university Thailand, The Use of Target Costing in the Automotive Industry. Co-Author(s): Dr. Bordin Rassameethes, Associate Professor

21.   Mr. Adewale Oladipo Oyekanmi, Principal Lecturer, Osun State College of Technology, A Case Study on the Dimension and Impact of Terrorism : The Nigerian Experiences. 

22.   Mr. Mohammed Amin Azzi, Dean, Universite Hassiba Benbouali de Chlef, The impact of e-commerce to improve the quality of banking services. Co-Author(s): Dr.Ben Nefla kadour

23.   Mrs. Adenike Omotoye, Lecturer II, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, The Importance of Sanitation Safety, and Security Practices in Hospitality Industry. 

24.   Prof. Anuradha Jain, Professor, Vivekanand Institute of Profesional Studies, The Impact of Globalization of Indias export and Import on Agricultural commodities. 

25.   Dr. Mohammad Abu-qulah, Assistant Professor, Isra University, Effect of Planning in Quality Assurance of Educational Institute: A Study of Al-Isra University, Jordan. Co-Author(s): Dr Faraj Harahsheh

26.   Prof. Rohini Prasad, Ex Professor and Head, Ravishankar Shukla University, A study of Global Economic Recession and its Implications for Indo-US Trade. 

27.   Dr. Livinus Okere, Lecturer, Nigeria Police Academy, Kano, Dicongesting Nigerian Prisons: The Role of Judiciary. 

28.   Dr. Shaher Al-Aroud, Asstant Officer, Asra University, The Extent of Effectiveness of Accounting Knowledge in Increasing Corporate Performance: an Empirical Study of the Opinions of a Sample Consisting of Directors of the Jordanian industrial public shareholding companies. 

29.   Mr. Preet Singh, Doctoral Scholar, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Whether and where to spend mandatory CSR? Co-Author(s): Ms. Sakina Kachwala

30.   Prof. Zakaria Al-Douri, Professor, Isra University, Organizational Justice and its Impact on Job Satisfaction. Co-Author(s): Rami Hikmat Fouad

31.   Mrs. Irma Machacova, PhD Student, Masaryk University, How to gamify a survey research? 

32.   Prof. Liangliang Jiang, Associate Professor, Lingnan University, How Does Managerial Entrenchment Affect Loan Covenant Violation?

33.   Dr. Thirarut Worapishet, Lecturer, Kasetsart University, Event Marketing Practices for Limited Resources Firms. Additional Abstract:  Entrepreneurial Practices to growth in Marketing Mix Strategies

34.   Ms. Shabiya Rasyidatushshalihah, Undergraduate Student, Bogor Agricultural University, Sustainable Student Skill Development Program in University to Increase Number of Talented and Skilled Workforce in Indonesia. 

35.   Ms. Yen Ling Huang, Graduate student, National Taiwan Normal University, Examining Taiwanese Consumer’s Preferences for Yogurt by Conjoint Analysis – the Differences among Consumers’ Consumption frequency. Co-Author(s): Dr. Yu-Hua Christine, Sun

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

37.   Dr. Shazia Khalid, Assistant Professor, University of the Punjab, Impact of Employer Brand on the Selection and Recruitment Process. 

38.   Dr. Santidhorn Pooripakdee, Lecturer, Silpakorn University Petchaburi IT Campus, The Congruence between the Management Practices and the National Culture in Doing Business across Culture of MNCs in Thailand. 

39.   Mr. Tri Nguyen, PhD student, University of East London, Predicting earnings management using the profile of CEO: the UK evidence. Co-Author(s): Tri Tri Nguyen

40.   Dr. Mohammad Haider, Associate Professor, Kwansei Gakuin University, The Quality of Assurance on Sustainability Reporting in Japan. 

41.   Ms. Radha Ghodasara, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum Unversity, The influence of religion on international business- and the stereotyping associated with it. Co-Author(s): Shashwat Mishra

42.   Dr. Mohammad Ta'Amnha, Assistant Professor, German-Jordanian University, The Impact of boundaryless international internship program on students’ career capital: The case of German-Jordanian University. 

43.   Dr. López Sergio, Assistant Professor, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Job insecurity and organizational citizenship behavior; what can we say about this relationship?. Co-Author(s):  Felipe Muñoz, Lecturer

44.   Mr. Simiso Msomi, Lecturer, University of KwaZulu Natal, Asymmetry in Behaviour of Expectation to Exchange Rate. 

45.   Mr. Apurv Sibal, Student, Indian Institute of Technology, The consequences of Brexit for Indian trade and markets. Co-Author(s):  Akshay Royal

46.   Prof. Mincheol Kim, Lecturer, Jeju National University, Factors on continuous usage intention of smartphone base mobile banking. Co-Author(s):  Minsoo Kim

47.   Ms. Moza Alrawahi, Ph.D Student, Cardiff university, Citizen Journalism in Social Media: Exploring its Impact on Journalism and social change. 

48.   Dr. Rozana Huq, Freelance Educator, Lecturer, A multi-disciplinary approach and the need to draw knowledge from another discipline, namely, social work, in order to gain a better understanding of empowerment. 

49.   Ms. Sefika Esen, PhD Student, Bangor Unversity, The Effect of Banks on Regional Economic Development. Co-Author(s):  Professor Yener Altunbas; and Professor John Thornton

50.   Dr. Iris Gertner Moryossef, Lecturer, Hdassah Academic College, Digital Shopping and Consumer Involvement of 1st time Mothers in the Duration of Electronic Buying. 

51.   Mrs. Eman Alshammari, Student, Swansea University, A review of consumer ethnocentrism.  

52.   Prof. Philsoo Kim, Lecturer, Kyonggi University, Family Ownership, Board Director Characteristics, and International Acquisition Performance of Emerging Market Firms.  

53.   Mrs. Amira Hakim, Phd Researcher, University of Sfax, The impact of information asymmetry on the sovereign bonds market and the bhavioral finance on the microstructure of the banking industry over the time.  

54.   Mrs. Sepideh Farzadnia, PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales, Family variables and academic research performance: A meta-analysis.  

55.   Dr. Kanchana Sukanthasirikul, Assistant Professor, Suranaree University of Technology, Linking Tourism Service Quality and Tourist Satisfaction: A Cultural Tourism Perspective. C0-Author:  Dr.Wannee Trongpanich

56.   Dr. Pithak Srisuaksai, Assistant Professor, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, The Relationship between Cost and Price Discovery in Thai Rice.  

57.   Dr. Pithak Srisuksai, Assistant Professor, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, The Relationship between Cost and Price Discovery in Thai Rice.  

58.   Dr. Arpita Mehrotra, Assistant Professor, Royal University for Women, The Implementation of Activity-Based Costing in Higher Education Institutions in the Kingdom of Bahrain - A Case Study of a Private University. C0-Author: Dr. Hala Elias, Associate Professor

59.   Ms. Amalia Dwicitawati Suhartono, LLM Student, Lancaster University, A Comparative Study of the Patent Law System to Support SMEs in the UK and the US.  

60.   Ms. Gayatri Cahya Pertiwi, Student, Lancaster University, The Relationship Between Asset Growth and Stock Returns : Case of S&P 500 Index.  

61.   Ms. Mega Nurfitriyana, MSc Candidate, Lancaster University, Detecting Bubble in the Indonesian Stock Market.  

62.   Ms. Shruti Srinivasan, MPhil Research Scholar, Christ University, Crowdfunding and Performing Arts : A Case Study of a Crowdfunded Indian Classical Dance Festival.  

63.   Dr. Mehmet Fatih Tras, Research Assistant, Cukurova University, Determinants of Net Errors and Omissions in Turkey: An Investigation on Pre- and Post-AKP Eras. C0-Author:Lütfi Uçal, Research Assistant

64.   Mr. Ofentse Hlulani Mokwena, Junior Lecturer, North-West University, Revisiting the Gautrain: An Ex-Post Multicriteria Evaluation a Transport Project in South Africa.  

65.   Ms. Heewon Lee, Ph.D. Student, Seoul National University, The Effect of a Government Innovation Program on Firm-Level R&D: The Case of SMEs in Korea.  

66.   Mrs. Ambiliasia Mosha, Assistant Lecturer, The Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy, Basic Voters Education: A Panacea for Low Voters Turnout Tanzania.  

67. Ms. Sharvari Parikh, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Economic Opportunities From Climate Change.