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DOI : 10.24924/ijabm

ISSN :

  • 2289-3717
  • 2289-4619

Start Year : 2013

Published Articles : 203



Volume: 2, Issue Number: 2

PATTERNS IN TRADING VOLUME OF DIFFERENT DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENTS IN INDIAN STOCK MARKET - A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO NSE & BSE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.11/v2.iss2/1.9
R. Karthik, Dr. N. Kannan

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The growth of derivative trading in India has been phenomenal in the last one decade. Trading in Derivatives instruments in India started in 2000 with the launch of index future in June 2000 and subsequently index option in June 2001. History was created in July 2001 when India became one of those few countries where derivatives on individual securities are allowed. Options in select 31 individual securities started in July 2001 and futures on individual securities started in November 2001. ... Read More


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SERVICE QUALITY GAP FOR PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS (HEIS) IN MALAYSIA: AFRICAN STUDENTS' PERSPECTIVE

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.11/v2.iss2/10.17
Nonso Martins, Omkar Dastane

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The private HEIs are committed to student services towards becoming a world class institutes and gaining higher reputation globally which will in turn attract more international student. Quality issues cannot be compromised in order to get certification and accreditation from Malaysia Ministry of Education. This put the private HEIs on check and makes them positive consistently towards providing quality education to students. Meeting students' requirements and satisfactions is a major component for certification and accreditation of private HEI by the Malaysian ministry of education. ... Read More


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DETERMINANTS OF CROSS CULTURAL ADJUSTMENTS, PERCEIVED ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND INTENTION TO LEAVE AMONG AFRICAN STUDENTS IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.11/v2.iss2/18.24
Luna Madanga, Zubair Hassan

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The outburst of international search for knowledge in higher institutions of learning has been largely enhanced by the globalized nature of the workplace which demands for students to prepare themselves for the skills to work in a multi-cultural global environment. a shift in the trend of international students' mobility is seen in recent years with a growing number of international students making their way to China, Singapore and Malaysia. In fact, 12% of the global students' population is enrolled in these countries alone ... Read More


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USE OF INFLATION FACTOR COST ESTIMATE IN FORECASTING CONSTITUENCY PROJECTS BUDGET IN THE NORTH-EASTERN NIGERIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.11/v2.iss2/25.28
Nuruddeen Usman, Kunya, S. U.

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Constituency projects were first introduced during the early administration of President Olusegun Obasanjo in 1999. It was a response to the yearnings of Nigerians for dividends of democracy. However, from the start senators received N5million naira each, while each member of the house of representative got N3million as constituency allowance (Patrick, Fadila, & Francis, 2013). The constituency projects were created to ensure a minimum presence of government in every constituency by having some grass-roots projects sited in each constituency. ... Read More


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IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM) PRACTICES ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE (A CASE OF TELEKOM MALAYSIA)

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.11/v2.iss2/29.42
Ananthalakshmi Mahadevan, Fadumo Ahmed Mohamed

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Impact of human resource management practices on organizational performance has been a widely researched area for years. Results of studies, from developed countries to developing countries, have been time and again showing that HR practices have significant impact on organizational performance ... Read More


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WHAT THE NEEDS OF GENERATION YS IN WORKPLACE NOWADAYS?

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.11/v2.iss2/43.51
Tee Chee Wee

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In today's rapid changing environment, everyone are competing with each others to grip a better opportunities for their career development. Since 'Talent War' declared in global labour market, employee's values had upgraded from human resources to human capital (Mondy, 2014). In line with that, every organization had been using different methods and alternatives to grasp more talented employees to work with them. ... Read More


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PERCEPTION OF NON-MUSLIM CONSUMERS TOWARDS HALAL PRODUCTS IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.11/v2.iss2/52.57
Farah Raihana Binti Haji Ismail, Kauthar Binti Nasiruddin

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Muslim population is growing tremendously from year to year with a total of 1.6 billion worldwide (Dr. M. Amir Ali, 2006) while the world halal market has expanded in recent years resulting in more demand on halal product and service. Halal terminology is a term that is synonym with Muslim community worldwide. Halal product back in the days are consumed mostly by Islam followers, however, for the past few decades, halal products are gaining more market worldwide and more demand toward halal product no longer derived from Muslim communities only (Bakar, 2014). One of the factors that contribute to this demand might be due to the reason that Halal products are no longer just highlighting the animals slaughtering ... Read More


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DOES A PERCEIVED CROSS CULTURAL DIFFERENCES INFLUENCE LEVEL OF CONFLICT AND INTENTION TO LEAVE? A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY ON AFRICAN STUDENTS IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.11/v2.iss2/58.73
Abdul Rasheed Filiya Abdullahi, Zubair Hassan

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The research began to study cross cultural differences as an important element because it connects people from distinct background with different cultural beliefs, values, meaning and ISSN: 2289-4519 Page 59 attitudes, and perceptions under one umbrella (Fordham, 1988, p. 55). Various theories of culture such as Hofstedes Geert cultural dimension (1983), Trompenaars dimensions (1996), Chinese cultural connection (1987, p150) and Schwartz (1994, 1999) cultural dimensions were introduced. These theories are the most well-known and acceptable theories of cultural differences. Some scholars defined cultures as the way people think, feel and act based on the values and norms dominant in that specific society (Jones and George, 2003). ... Read More


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SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES BY MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES : A CASE OF PROCTER & GAMBLE CORPORATION

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.11/v2.iss2/74.79
Tolulope Olaide Folarin, Omkar Dastane

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Procter & Gamble Corporation (P&G), is an American multinational consumer goods company founded in 1837 by William Procter and James Gamble; headquartered at downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. P&G's products include personal care products, pet foods, and cleaning agents. P&G brands include its 50 Leadership Brands that are among the world's most well known household names (P&G, 2008a). As a well recognized brand, P&G has huge responsibility to establish a positive and active image in social and environmental sustainability. Thus, improving P&G's products environment came from a deep understanding of consumers' habits combined with a science-based approach. ... Read More


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