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  • IMPACT OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE ON FIRM PERFORMANCE IN MANUFACTURING FIRMS LISTED IN COLOMBO STOCK EXCHANGE


SATHYA RAMANAYAKE Department of Industrial Management, Faculty of Business, University of Moratuwa

Abstract:
The purpose of this paper is to empirically investigate the impact of capital structure on firm performance in Manufacturing Firms listed in Colombo Stock Exchange. Panel data regression model was used to analyze the impact of leverage on firm performance for the period of 2013 to 2018. The results revealed that most of the Sri Lankan manufacturing firms depend on short term debt capital to that of long-term debt capital to finance their operations. Further the results showed there is a negative relationship between leverage and firm performance. ROE is negatively impacted by short term debt. Significant relationship between ROE and long-term debt was not observed because most of the firms use low levels of long-term debt. The study is useful in assisting finance managers in making policy decisions related to capital structure and the maturity mix.


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  • THE ROLE OF INCENTIVES ON THE EMPLOYEES LOYALTY IN THE PALESTINIAN GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS 2017-2018


Qassam N. M. Alnawasra Business Administration Program, Department of Business, Istanbul Aydin University, Istanbul, Turkey

Abstract:
Employees motivation is one of the most important determinants of the organization performance as a whole towered achieving the ultimate organizational goals. In this study we are going to highlight on motivation system in the Palestinian Governmental organizations and how the incentives are going to affect the loyalty of the employees in the Palestinian Governmental organizations, as the both types of incentives playing an important role to motivate employees in the Governmental sector. A descriptive analytical methodology has been used in this study to test the relationship and the role of motivation on the employees’ loyalty and applied on the 10000 employees from men and women with different age and educational scales as a population of the study, with a representative sample of 222 employees, and have recovered 205 questionnaires with the percentage of 92% which is considered as strongly representative. As well the study analyses the collected data from the sample and processed it, which helps to provide some better recommendations in order to get better and more effective motivational system in the Public Organizations in Palestine and in the Governmental sector as a whole.


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  • Global Human Trafficking and Corporate Social Responsibility (A Case of International Business Ethics


Andy Bertsch* Roxanne De Blegiers* Emily Fournier* Stacy Fournier* Sierra Lassila* James Ondracek* Sanjivni Sinha* Mohammad Saeed

Abstract:
The authors have developed this case as a basis for academic discussion rather than to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of any issue, pertaining to global human trafficking or corporate social responsibility. It is based on the information, publicly available through organizational reports, brochures, pamphlets, leaflets, newspapers, magazines, websites, and other such sources. As the case has been prepared strictly for an academic purpose, stakeholders, opinion leaders, media personnel, and other interest groups should not use any information for drawing any conclusion or opinion about the issues and perspectives, addressed in the case.


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