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  • AN ASSESSMENT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN NIGERIA’S 4TH REPUBLIC


ADEOLA, G. L. & Aransiola, S. Y.

Abstract:
The changing structure of world economy in the 21st century which has traversed serious upheavals in which renown banks and world class corporate entities have been liquidated arouse much concern by policy makers, researchers and analysts.


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  • SOLUTIONS ENHANCING THE EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY OF BUSINESS OPERATIONS OF NHON TRACH PV POWER PLANT


Trinh Viet Thang and Phan Thanh Tam

Abstract:
The SWOT Matrix is an important matching tool that helps managers develop four types of strategies: SO (strengths-opportunities) Strategies, WO (weaknesses-opportunities) Strategies, ST (strengths-threats) Strategies, and WT (weaknesses-threats) Strategies.


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  • AN OVERVIEW OF RETAILER’S BRAND AND CUSTOMER BASED BRAND EQUITY: AN EXTENSIVE REVIEW


Mr. Irfan Mumtaz K.S.

Abstract:
In this paper, the notion of retailer’s brand is introduced. Retailer’s Brand is the commotion of Brand management, Customer Based Brand Equity is reflect on the Food and Groceries segment in order to know the effect on retailer’s brand with the various aspects like behaviour and lifestyle of the customers.


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  • BLACK OCEAN STRATEGY - A PROBE INTO A NEW TYPE OF STRATEGY USED FOR ORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS


Dr. P. S. Aithal & Dr. P. M. Suresh Kumar

Abstract:
Strategic planning and decision making has an important role in organizational development and sustainability. Various types of strategies are used in strategic management such as Red ocean strategy, Blue ocean strategy, Green ocean strategy and Purple ocean strategy. These strategies are used in organizations by top level executive managers for long term organizational sustainability and to face or deviate from the competition.


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  • A SYUDY ON E-BANKING SEVICES OFFERED BY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN TAMIL NADU


D. Jagadeesan, P. Chinnadurai

Abstract:
The purpose of carrying out this research is to compare public and private sector banks of India by evaluating their customer satisfaction. This research is mainly based on primary data which has been collected through a well-structured questionnaire. The questionnaire has been distributed to 376 different respondents of different Public and Private sector Banks.


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  • DETERMINANTS OF THE TRAINING QUALITY OF THE POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS: A CASE OF LAC HONG UNIVERSITY (LHU) IN DONG NAI PROVINCE


Le Thu Thuy and Phan Thanh Tam

Abstract:
In this paper, the authors use analytical method of explore factor analysis and multiple linear regression analysis to determining factors that affecting the training quality of the postgraduate students at Lac Hong University (LHU) in Dong Nai province. This paper conducted during the period from July 2012 to October 2014.


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  • CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGIC TOOL IN BANKING


Fatima Damana

Abstract:
Banking industry has gone through many changes from time to time. Globalization and rapid increase in competition has emphasized the banks to be more productive and profitable. Banks should strongly focus on relationship management with customers in order to retain them.


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  • SOLUTIONS ENHANCING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF JAPANESE COMPANIES’ TRAINING PROGRAMS IN BINH DUONG PROVINCE


Vu Quoc Thang and Phan Thanh Tam

Abstract:
This paper, entitled SOLUTIONS ENHANCING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF JAPANESE COMPANIES’ TRAINING PROGRAMS IN BINH DUONG PROVINCE conducted during the period from June 2010 to June 2014.


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  • QUALITY IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES: THE PERCEPTIONS OF STUDENTS FROM PUBLIC AND PRIVATELY-OWNED INSTITUTIONS


Adeniyi Temitope Adetunji

Abstract:
This paper was designed to capture the views of students on what they understand by quality in universities, as the definition of quality is centred on customer satisfaction. This study aims to define what quality is in Nigerian universities from the stakeholders‟, or students‟ points of view, through the use of various literature, so as to understand what students perceive as quality and to address their major expectations.


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  • CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN TOURISM INDUSTRY IN KARNATAKA: A CASE STUDY OF CHICKAMAGALUR DISTRICT


Dr. K. Nanje Gowda, Dr. S. Nagabhushana & Dr. D. Govindappa

Abstract:
Tourism is one of the rapidly gowning industries in present world of economy apart from earning substantial amount of income through tourism it can be used as a powerful tool and economic weapon to push up the country towards prosperity and achieve balanced regional development and to build better and brighter future for the people of India by strengthening international harmony and national integration.


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  • SOLUTIONS ENHANCING BRAND NAME OF THE PLANT PROTECTION DRUG PRODUCT: THE CASE OF MATAXYL 500 PRODUCTION AT MAP PACIFIC PTE LTD SINGAPORE IN VIET NAM


Pham Van De and Phan Thanh Tam

Abstract:
This research conducted to survey Data from 500 famers (but 455 famers processed) in Viet Nam during the period from May 2013 to May 2015.


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  • A STUDY OF CORPORATE DISCLOSURES UNDER CLAUSE 55 OF SEBI‟S LISTING AGREEMENT IN THE ANNUAL REPORTS OF SELECTED INDIAN COMPANIES.


Nidhi Sahore

Abstract:
In the wake of corporate sector globally trying to take a new avatar as responsible corporate citizen where it feels accountable towards the resources it takes away from the society in order to earn profits and assumes responsibility to report them by way of various mandatory and voluntary disclosures in its annual reports, India is running fast on the tracks to catch the train before it is too late.


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  • AN EVALUATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE IN FINANCIAL DECISIONS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN NIGERIA


Olubunmi Ikeolape, OLAIFA

Abstract:
This study examines the influence of corporate governance structure in financial decisions of commercial banks in Nigeria. Both primary and secondary data were used. 20 commercial banks that operated during 2000-2013 period constitute the sampling frame. In analyzing the data, fixed and random effect models were used.


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