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  • ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING : ITS ISSUES, PRACTICES AND CHALLENGES IN GOA


Dr.Anthony Rodrigues

Abstract:
Environmental accounting is the practice of incorporating principles of environmental management and conservation into reporting practices and cost/benefit analyses. Environmental accounting allows a business to see the impact of ecologically sustainable practices in everything from their supply chain to facility expansion.


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  • PROBLEMS POSED BY GOVERNING COUNCIL IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA UNIVERSITY


Adeniyi Temitope Adetunji, Bashir Aboaba Mojeed-Sanni

Abstract:
This paper is design to investigate the role and position of governing council in the development of Nigeria university education. The paper uses a standard literature review to study university composition as it relates to the governing council.


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  • ANALYZING FACTORS AFFECTING THE FDI CAPITAL ATTRACTION SUPPORTING INDUSTRIES IN DONG NAI PROVINCE


Dang Thi Bich Loan

Abstract:
This paper, entitled “Analyzing factors affecting the FDI capital attraction supporting industries in Dong Nai province” conducted during the period from 3/2013 until 9/2015. In Dong Nai province, there are more than 1100 FDI enterprises.


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  • SURVIVING COMPETITION BY USING INNOVATIVE MARKETING TECHNOLOGIES IN BY SMALL BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURS IN INDIA


Dr. Vandana Gautam

Abstract:
SMEs popularly known as „ lifeblood of the economy‟, contribute more than 45% of India‟s industrial output and create 1.3 million jobs every year, which shows that this sector has the maximum potential to create employment opportunities.


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  • INNOVATIVE BUSINESS MODELS: EMERGING MARKETS PERSPECTIVE


Owais Ahmed

Abstract:
Innovative business models now a day’s ensure competitive advantage, sustainability and growth. Marketing organizations need to have sound business models besides, being rich in resources, technology, and image for effective exploitation of emerging market economies.


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  • A CRITICAL STUDY OF TRENDS IN E-BANKING WITH SPECIAL REFERENCES TO SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS


Sakshi Angi

Abstract:
IT revolution has converted the world into a global village by created enormous job opportunities around the globe and made the organizations efficient and IT has touched every sphere but most importantly banking sector.


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  • MALE VS. FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS IN URBAN INFORMAL SECTOR OF ODISHA - A COMPARATIVE PSYCHOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS


Dr. Sanjeeb Kumar Jena

Abstract:
The women‟s entry to the male dominated business world today is the prodigious revolution, and has been experienced during this contemporary period of shifting modules.


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  • FARMERS RESPONSE TO FERTILIZER MARKETS IN THE DISTRICT (HARIDWAR - UTTARAKHAND - INDIA)


Mayank Gupta

Abstract:
Customer in any business is regarded as the pivot of the business around which the marketing activities of the dealer rotates. The dealers decide about their marketing activities focusing on the customer’s needs and preferences. Unlike other markets, agricultural input markets are also consumer oriented markets.


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  • IDENTIFICATION OF COMMON PATTERNS OR FACTORS OF SUCCESSFUL SHOPPING MALLS IN INDIA – A CASE STUDY APPROACH


Dr. Sandeep R. Sahu

Abstract:
India has 570 operational malls (as of May 2013) with a total area of 180 million sq ft. At present shopping mall is playing a big role in the Indian organized retail. Mall or Shopping centre development is a direct function of the health of the country‟s organized retail and the real estate sector in general.


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  • IMPACT OF INTEGRATED PERSONNEL INFORMATION AND CAPACITY BUILDING ON LABOUR TURNOVER AND PERSONNEL APPRAISAL IN NIGERIAN MANUFACTURING FIRMS


MBAH PAULINUS CHIGOZIE

Abstract:
The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of integrated personnel information and capacity building on labor turnover and personnel appraisal in Nigerian manufacturing firms.


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