Shortlisted Abstracts

  • Conference Title:

    15th International Conference on Trade, Business, Economics and Law

  • Conference Dates:

    01st-03rd, December 2021

  • Deadline for Abstract:

    01st November 2021

  • Venue:

    University of Cambridge, Newnham College, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Updated on 21st February 2020

  1. Suresh Shanmugasundaram, Professor, Botho University, Employers’ Perception on Computer Engineering Program in Botswana. Co-Author(s): Dr.Ravi Samikannu
  2. Alex Ekeke, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Fort Hare, Free Trade Between a David and a Goliath: Can the West African States fulfill the Minimum Core Obligations of Socio-Economic Rights Within the Ecowas – Eu Economic Partnership Agreement? Co-Author(s): Dr. Nombulelo Lubisi
  3. Lateef Najeem, Student, University of South Africa, Constructivist Advantages and Boundaries of Entrepreneurial Approaches: Case Study of Selected Small Scale Recycling Sector in Gauteng Area Mamelodi, South Africa.
  4. Suresh Shanmugasundaram, Professor, Botho University, Usability Analysis of Virtual Learning Tool from the Instructors’ Perspective.
  5. Chethiya Gunawardana, Student, Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology, Zero Food Waste (Food Wastage Sustaining Mobile Application). Co-Author(s): Mrs. Shashika Lokuliyana; Ms. Narmadha Gamage; Mr. E.N.M.R.L Navarathne; Mr. K.T.I Kelaniyage; and Mr. H.A.N Pushpakumara
  6. Ghislain Vidzem, Lecturer, ISTTI IUGET, The Impact of Agro-Industrial Rice Cultivation in Cameroon.
  7. Howard Chitimira, Professor of Law, North West University, An Analysis of the Role-Players in the Enforcement of the Zimbabwean Insider Trading Laws.
  8. Ann-Marie Iveren Terfa-Tarhemba, PhD Student, University of Wolverhampton, Understanding the Thrust of Criminal Justice Systems in Developing States: Plea Bargaining of Financial Crimes.
  9. Faris Algarni, Assistant Professor of Commercial Law, Saudi Electronic University, The Impact of the Saudi New E-Commerce Law on Protecting E-Commerce Investments in Saudi Arabia.
  10. Alvin Drischler, Retired, Washington College, Hyman Minsky and the 2008 Financial Crisis.
  11. MD Nazmul Hossain, Master’s Student, Higher School of Economics, Cooperative Investment Policy to Accelerate the Entrepreneurship and to Improve the Unemployment and Poverty Conditions in Bangladesh. Co-Author(s): Sabbir Ahmed
  12. Williams Ola Ayeni, Researcher, Fismars & Felma Nigeria Limited, Business Ethics and Economic Growth: An Empirical Analysis for Nigeria Economy.
  13. Richard Adeayo Ademulegun, Researcher, Rutotech International Limited, One to One Technology and its Effect on Student Academic Achievement and Motivation.
  14. Olaitan Akinleke, Lecturer, Federal Polytechnic, Impact of Family Structure on the Academic Performance of Secondary School Students.
  15. Owais Khan, Phd Student, Hazara University, Impact of Social Factors on Consumer Behavior of SME’s of Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Ms. Larabe Basit, Researcher
  16. Jeremiah Onwe Ngwu, Student (Postgraduate), Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Satygraha’s Economy and its Relevance for National Development.
  17. Williams Ola Ayeni, Researcher, Fismars & Felma Nigeria Limited, Financial Development, Investment and Economic Growth: Evidence from Nigeria.
  18. Richard Adeayo Ademulegun, Researcher, Rutotech International Limited, The Financial and Economic Crisis and Developing Countries.
  19. Vilas Gaikar, Asst. Professor, University of Mumbai, An Evaluation of Public Health Schemes in India: A Case Study of Maharashtra State.
  20. Mark Lokanan, Associate Professor, Royal Roads University, Corporate Governance Best Practices: A Structural Approach.
  21. Amna Khaliq, Instructor, Business Management, Northern Lights College, Stereotypes and Glass Ceiling Barriers for Young Women’s Leadership.
  22. Amna Khaliq, Instructor, Business Management, Northern Lights College, Informal Networks of Indian Students in Canadian Institutions.
  23. Levy Nyirenda, Technical Officer (Intern), National Institute for Scientific and Industrial Research, The Impact of Indigenous and Modern Technologies in Sustainable Development..
  24. Mark Lokanan, Associate Professor, Royal Roads University, The Enforcement Performance of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada: Evidence from Annual Reports.
  25. Shaila Alvarez, Professor, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Teaching Teachers to Apply Technology in B-Learning Environments: A Challenge for Querétaro Autonomus University.
  26. Nadir Ali, PhD Scholar, University of Sindh, An Analysis of Native Language Effects on Learning of EFL: A Case Study of Undergraduate EFL Learners at Pakistani Universities.
  27. Nadir Ali, PhD Scholar & Administrative Officer, University of Sindh, An Analysis of Significant Role of Technology in Education and Potentiality of Digital Tools in Enhancing Literacy in Pakistan.
  28. Diawara Kaba, Development Assistant, ONG ADKa, Food Security.
  29. Kamissoko Massane, Development Officer, ONG.ADKa, Women and Gender.
  30. Sidibe Djibril, Trainee, Association pour le développement du Genre au Mali, The Autonomy of Rural Women from Koro to Mali goes Through the Acquisition of Income.
  31. Jean Claud Koumwa, Master Student, Ghent University, Workplace Learning: Relationship Between Learner Characteristics, Course Design Features and Learning outcomes in a Blended Learning Environment.
  32. Victoria Tuzlukova, Lecturer, Sultan Qaboos University, An Investigation Into the Impact of Social Action Projects on Teaching Social Responsibility in English Language Classroom.
  33. Muhammad Iftikhar, PhD Scholar, Bahria University, Identifying Sustainability Strategies for Public Sector Projects of Developing Countries: Project Organization’s Perspective.
  34. Rose Gathii, Lecturer, KCA University, Job Design, Work Life Balance and Employee Engagement in the Banking Sector in Kenya.
  35. Melese Workneh, Lecturer, Mettu University, Nursing Students’ Perception and Associated Factors Towards their Educational Environment in Governmental Universities of Southwest Ethiopia. Co-Author(s): Temamen Tesfaye, BSN, MSN, Assistant Professor and Mr. Adugna Olani, Lecturer
  36. Akeel Ahmed, Lecturer, Governmnet Degree College, Mélange of Humourism, Judaism and Hebraism in Philip Roth’s ‘Goodbye, Columbus’: An Analytical Study.
  37. Wei Wei, Graduate Student, Kean University, Women Board Directors and Firm Performance: Evidence from Listed Firms in China.