Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                           3rd Annual International Conference on Law, Economics and Politics (AICLEP 2016) 
Conference Dates                         17th -19th October 2016 
Deadline for abstract/proposal     19th September 2016 
Venue                                           University of Cambridge, Newnham College, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Updated on 11th September 2016

1.       Ms. Nurul Purwanti, PhD Student, National Cheng Kung University, Beyond The Comfort Zone: Culture Shocks of Muslim Students in International Education Life. 

2.       Ms. Andrea Forero, Student, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Sustainability in a Colombian SME: MG y Asociados, a case study. 

3.       Dr. Gajanan Shendge, Assistant Professor, MGV’s M.S.G. College, Malegaon Camp, Dist. Nashik, Maharashtra State, India Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, Worldwide scenario of Human Development Index. 

4.       Mr. Temitope Kolawole, Masters in Economics and European Finance, University of Trier, ‘United in Diversity’ - Does Social Diversity Increase Subjective Well Being? 

5.       Mr. Ogoh Augustine Ogbaji, Lecturer, Federal University, Credible Election as a Catalyst for Regional Peace and Stability: Drawing Lessons from 2015 Nigeria’s General Elections. Co-Author(s): Shaibu, M. T., Kogi State University

6.       Mr. Lawal Tolu Ajayi, Lecturer, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Local Government Finance and Rural Infrastructure Delivery in Ondo State: A Study of Ondo West Local Government Area, 2010-2015. 

7.       Mrs. Ogunmodede Nife Elizabeth, Lecturer, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, In Service Training and Job Satisfaction in The Nigerian Public Service: A Theoretical Analysis. 

8.       Mrs. Olawale-Olakunle Olajumoke Elizabeth, Lecturer, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Tourism Challenges and Prospects: The Nigerian Experience (A Case Study of Benin City). 

9.       Prof. Tameshnie Deane, Associate Professor, University of South Africa, The Application of Learning Theories to Understand the High Prevalence of Sexual Violence in South Africa. 

10.   Dr. Kamban Naidoo, Senior Lecturer, University of South Africa, Why should South Africa enact a hate-crime law?. 

11.   Dr. Rosyidah Muhamad, Lecturer, University Malaysia Terengganu, Measuring Parliamentarian; Towards analyzing Members of Parliaments (MPs) in Malaysia. Co-Author(s): Dr Ummu Atiyah Ahmad Zakuan

12.   Mr. Shamim Gul Durrani, Director General, Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), Does Skill Development Act as a Viable Graduation Strategy for Marginalized Segment of Economy? Co-Author(s): Dr. Nasir Iqbal

13.   Dr. Nasir Iqbal, Director, Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), Macroeconomic Consequences of Terrorism in Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Shamim Gul Durrani

14.   Dr. Phasai Samart, Lecturer, Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin, legislative measures related to community rights in Thailand and ASEAN countries. 

15.   Mr. Anugerah Rizki Akbari, Junior Lecturer, Universitas Indonesia, Controlling the society through criminalization: The case of Indonesia. 

16.   Mr. Musa Abdullahi, Lecturer, Federal Collage of Education (Technical) Potiskum, Nigeria, Adoption of Gum Arabic Production Technologies in Gombe State, Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Dr. Abdu Tashikalma K.

17.   Dr. Yongo David Dura, Lecturer, Federal University, Dutsinma, Katsina State, Nigeria, The Failure of Western Model Democracy in Nigeria and a Case for a Moderated, Regulated Democracy or Nigeriocracy as an Alternative. 

18.   Mr. Muhammad Abdulkadir, Graduate Assistant, Sule Lamido Uniuversity, Geographical Analysis of Maternal Mortality in Jigawa State Nigeria. 

19.   Dr. Eva Achjani Zulfa, Lecturer, Universitas Indonesia, Children perpetrators of sexual violence: The perpetrator or victim ? (A review of court decisions about sexual violence committed by children in Indonesia). Co-Author(s):  Anugerah Rizki Akbari, Junior Lecturer

20.   Mr. Hamza Abubakar Hussaini, Lectuer II, Federal University Kashere, Tarjamah (Translation) as a means of conveying the Meaning of the Qur’an to Nigerian Muslims: A Look Into Ramadan Tafseer Programs in Hausa Language. 

21.   Mr. Sunny Bhushan, Ph.D. Student, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Real Estate Housing Market and the Consumerism in India. Co-Author(s):  Prof. P. Kulshreshtha and Dr. P. M. Prasad

22.   Dr. Sinta Dewi Rosadi, Lecturer, University of Padjadjaran, Personal Data Protection and Model of Regulation in Indonesia. Additional Paper: The Implementtaion of E-Health Program and Data Privacy Protection In Indonesia

23.   Mr. Kushagra Tiwari, Student, Hidayatullah National Law University, The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 of India: Implementation Challenges and Policy Alternatives. 

24.   Ms. Kanwal Zahra, Assistant Professor, University of Central Punjab, Social Exclusion, Labor Market Opportunities and Urban Poverty: A Case Study of Lahore, Pakistan. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Tasneem Zafar

25.   Dr. Rika Ratna Permata, Lecturer & Researcher, Padjadjaran University, Analysis: Cansellation of wellknown mark based on Law number 15 year 2001 about trademark (  Indonesian Case, IKEA Vs IKEMA). 

26.   Ms. Rimjhim Singh, Ph.D Student, University of Delhi, Ananlyzing the impact of the economic crisis in Greece on the U.S. 

27.   Mr. Oluwafifehan Ogunde, PhD student, University of Nottingham, International Child Rights Law and State Sovreignty: The Curious Case of the Nigerian Child Rights Act (CRA). 

28.   Mrs. Mabel Oniha, Lecturer, Edo State Institute of Technology and Management, Death Penalty; The Legality of Execution By Hanging and Firing Squad in Nigeria. 

29.   Dr. Nazli Aziz, Lecturer, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Deliberative Practices in the Malaysian Parliament: Embracing Kampung-style in the Westminster Tradition. 

30.   Mr. Li Shi, Phd Student, Waseda University, Japan, Empirics of The Determinants of China`s Outward Direct Investment. 

31.   Ms. Natcha Holmqvist, Graduate Student, Thammasat University,

32.   Law and Economics Analysis: A case study of Bilateral Investment Treaty between developed countries and developing countries

33.   Dr. Avitus Agbor, Senior Lecturer, North West University, Shifting the Matrix from Legal Passivity to  New Domestic Legal Order: Towards the Justiciability of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Cameroon. 

34.   Mr. Zelalem Gurmessa, PhD student researcher, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Antecedents and impacts of “brain-drain” in the sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) with specific reference to the higher education sector: A conceptual model. Co-Author(s):  Dr IW Ferreira, Adjunct Professor and Dr Henry Wissink, Professor

35.   Mr. Antom Vanen, Lecturer II, Nigeria Police Academy, The Antithesis of the "Kingship" of the Consumers of Telecommunications Services in Nigeria.   

36.   Ms. Silindile Buthelezi, Lecturer, University of Cape Town, Twin Peaks for South Africa: A Case for the Adoption of a Modified Model of Financial Sector Regulation. 

37.   Mr. Paramdeep Singh Mahendra Singh Tung, Student, Anand Law College, A World Free of Nuclear Weapons: Possibility or Just Another Thought?

38.   Ms. Sanskriti Singh, Masters in Law Student, Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Violence against women in India. Co-Author(s):  Manan Agarwal, Student

39.   Mr. Samyak Jain, Student, Hidayatullah National Law University, Raising the bar on 'Governance'. Co-Author(s): Mr. Shyamtanu Pal, Assistant Professor

40.   Mrs. Nimisore Akano, Lecturer11, National Open University of Nigeria, The Politics of Corporate Manslaughter Law - The Nigerian Experience. 

41.   Dr. Emmanuel Ojo, Associate Professor, Ekiti State University, Combating Systemic Corruption in Africa: Altitudinal, Attitudinal, Confrontational or Constitutional? 

42.   Dr. Alero Akujobi, Lecturer, National Open University Of Nigeria, Legal Imperatives to Energy Production for Sustainable Development in Nigeria. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Erimma Orie

43.   Mr. César Montealegre Gómez, PhD Student, University of Philosophy La Laguna, Common-Pool Resources of Pharmaceutical Health Capabilities: A New Ethical Structure of Pharmaceutical Industry. 

44.   Ms. Shivani Tiwari, Student, Hidyatullah National Law University, Born this way- Rights of Transgender community. Co-Author(s):  Anurag Rai, Student

45.   Mr. Jelly Leviza, Vice Dean, University Of Sumatera Utara, ASEAN Law Harmonization of Free Movement of Goods, Problematic or an advantage? Co-Author(s):  Syaravina Lubis, Berliana Nasution

46.   Mr. Frederick Tucker, Adjunct Lecturer, Borough of Manhattan Community College, Digital Media, Political Crowds, and Participatory Democracy. 

47.   Mr. Gunawan Suswantoro, General Secretary, The Electoral Supervisory Board of Republic Indonesia, Participatory Election Supervision: A Model for Improving The Quality of Democracy in Indonesia. 

48.   Dr. Nurhidayat Sardini, Commissioner, General Election Honors Council Republic of Indonesia, The Dynamics of Election in the Border Crossing: A Case Study of Talaud Islands Election, North Sulawesi 2013-2014. 

49.   Mr. Omowamiwa Kolawole, PhD Candidate, University of Cape Town, The role of the World Health Organization in ensuring a coordinated Global Health Governance System for Better Pandemic Preparedness.   

50.   Mrs. Regina Jegbefumen Okhiria, Lecturer II, Ambrose Alli University, Legal Regime for Consumer Protection in Nigeria: How Far? How Well?

51.   Ms. Farahdiba Bachtiar, PhD Candidate, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Global Expansion of Emerging Multinational Corporations (Case Study: Indonesia’s State Owned Enterprise). 

52.   Ms. Anu Blandine, Student, Stamford International University, Purchasing decision influencing international tourists in hotels selection on Sukhumvit Road Bangkok. 

53.   Mr. Bimo Bakti Pratama, Student, University Islam of Indonesia, Outwitting the Master : Towards Worker Cooperative Firm As A Metapsychological Praxis For Reflexive Critique Against Capitalism. Co-Author(s):  Mirajul Akbar; and M. Ikbal wahyu

54.   Mr. Pietro Carlos De Souza Rodrigues, PhD Candidate, King's Brazil Institute, Foreign Policy and Business-State relations in Brazilian Investments and Trade. 

55.   Mr. Brahma Mohaty, Student, University of Oxford, What were the gains and losses incurred by the economic liberalisation of India since the 1990s?. 

56.   Mr. Simiso Msomi, Lecturer, University of KwaZulu Natal, The Impact of Exchange Rate Misalignments on Economic Growth of the South African Customs Union. 

57.   Mr. Ricardo Serrano, Scientific Advisor, Environmental Court, The Specialized-Mixed Environmental Courts in Chile: The Role of Science in Assessing the Legal Foundations of Claims and Suits. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Sebastian Valdes

58.   Mr. Shubham Prajapati, Student, Indian Institute of Technology, Influencing Consumer Food Choices: ‘Confectionery Biscuits Industry’. Co-Author(s):  Mr. Alok Kushwah

59.   Mr. Rodrigo Fagundes Cezar, PhD Candidate, The Graduate Institute Geneva (IHEID), Standing up for workers? A tentative framework to analyze the domestic politics of the labor-trade linkage in the United States and European Union. 

60.   Dr. Keizerina Devi Azwar, Lecturer, University Sumatera Utara, The Developments of Indonesian IPR Legislations in the Era of the AEC: Opportunities and Challenges For SMEs. Co-Author(s):  Prof. Dr. Budiman Ginting SH.,MHum

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

62.   Mr. Tinashe Kabasa, PhD student, Girne American University, The issue of rocks, islets and islands as the frozen problem between Turkey and Greece. 

63.   Ms. Drishti Shah, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Fashion Faux-Pas : Law and Economics of the copyright-free industry of Fashion. 

64.   Mr. Fahim Nawaz, Lecturer, University of Peshawar, Transmission Mechanism of Monetary Policy and Its Impact on Gross Domestic Produce and Inflation in Pakistan (1972 - 2014).

65.   Dr. Sabiu Sani Bariki, Lecturer, University of Abuja, Inflationary Trend in Nigeria: An Empirical Analysis of Monetary and Fiscal Variables. 

66.   Dr. Burcin Bozdoganoglu, Associate Professor, Siirt University, Penalties for Tax Evasion Crime in Tax Law and Its Effectiveness on Preventing Underground Economy With Selected Country Examples. 

67.   Ms. Simoni Dalal, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Managing the food crisis and achieving intraregional cooperation with agricultural trade in South Asian region. 

68.   Mr. Shariff Eboy, Professor, University of the East-Manila, Assessment of Quezon City as a Rainbow Tourism Destination as Perceived by LGBT Visitors. 

69.   Mr. Averal Sibal, Graduate Student, National Law University, Jodhpur, Defending Equality: Rights of Orphans. 

70.   Mr. Besik Goginava, PhD Candidate, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, The Pacific Alliance in the context of Regional Politics of Latin America and its influence on Georgia-Latin American Relations. 

71.   Mr. Muhammad Addi Fauzani, Assitant Professor, Universitas Islam Indonesia, The Way to Strengthen The Protection Toward Human Rights in ASEAN Region. Co-Author:  Imam Wicaksono

72.   Ms. Nidhi Singh, Student, University of Oxford, Shareholder Primacy and Corporate Governance: A UK perspective. Co-Author:  Mr. Anurag Vijay

73.   Mr. Russell Stanley Geronimo, Corporate Governance Officer, Governance Commission for GOCCs, Parchment Barriers & Overbearing Majorities: The Extrajudicial Construction of the Constitution in the Shadow of Judicial Supremacy. 

74.   Mr. Muhammad Addi Fauzani, Under Graduate Programme, Universitas Islam Indonesia, The Way to Strengthen The Protection Toward Human Rights in ASEAN Region. Co-Author:  Imam Wicaksono

75.   Prof. Muhammad Tanweer Abdullah, Professor, King Abdulaziz University, The question of hospital governance in Saudi Arabia! Strategic choices and sustainability. Co-Author:  Khadija Nowaira Abdullah

76.   Dr. Tarcisio Da Graca, Professeur, University of Quebec at Outaouais, Capturing the Elusive Convexity of the Relationship between Acquirer’s Announcement Returns and the Cash Portion of M&A Payments.  

77.   Prof. Avitus Agbor, Research Associate Professor, North-West University, Cameroon and the Corruption Conundrum: Prosecuting the Offense of Misappropriation of Public Funds in Cameroon.  Additional Abstract: The 2004 Pretoria Declaration as an Instrumentum Laboris towards Sustainable Peace and Security in Africa

78.   Ms. Riddhi Chopra, Undergrad Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, The Rise of Blue Water Navy and Implications for the Region.  

79.   Mr. Emmanuel Ifeanyi Alumona, Lecturer, St. Joseph Major Seminary, Conscientious Representation: Our Right, Not Charity! (Politics).  

80.   Prof. Daphna Carmeli, Associate professor, University of Haifa, Law, Gender and Politics: Reproductive Law and Policy in Israel. Co-Author:  Yoram Carmeli

81.   Dr. Alison Lui, Senior Lecturer, Liverpool John Moores University, The impact of ‘gig economy’ crowd workers in large corporations.  

82.   Mr. Ehab Qouteshat, PhD Student, Coventry University, Third Party Arbitration. Co-Author:  Dr Margaret Liu

83.   Mr. Pierre Mandon, Phd Canditate, The World Bank Group, Give a Fish or Teach Fishing? Political Affiliation of U.S. Governors and the Poverty Status of Immigrants. Co-Author:  Mr Sékou Keita