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  • The Epochs of Marginalism:A Methodological Perspective


Dr. C.VASUDEVAN

Abstract:
Marginlist revolution is one of the epochs in the history of economic thought during the nineteenth century. It has been changed vibrantly the prologue of the programs of economic ideas during the nineteenth century history of economic ideas. The change had been occurred almost every part of economic perspectives and made economic thinking in a new direction on value and distribution theory


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  • A STUDY ON EFFECTIVE EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT FACTORS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO HASSAN CO-OPERATIVE MILK PRODUCER’S SOCIETY UNION LIMITED, KARNATAKA


Rashmi S.B

Abstract:
Employee engagement is a valuable concept for understanding and improving individual and organizational performance. In the current environment, employee engagement is vital because organizations are demanding more from their workers than ever before. An engaged employee tends to be more self-motivated, reliable and have higher levels of organizational loyalty.


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  • ROI FOR EFFECTIVE EVALUATION OF TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT


Dr. Manohar Karade

Abstract:
Return on Investment (ROI) is a financial metric that can be used to evaluate training and development investments. Return on investment (ROI) has become one of the most challenging and intriguing issues facing the human resources development (HRD) and performance improvement fields. Thus, this paper discusses overall impact of ROI of Training and Development activities in evaluation of these activities of the organisation.


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  • Enhancing Socio-Political, Peace and Security Capacity to Reduce Conflict in East African Region


Sultan Juma Kakuba1 (Kyambogo University) & Abdullah Said Mpawenimana (University Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia)

Abstract:
The East African Community member States with exception of Tanzania have witnessed conflicts, which spill over the cross-borders. The partner states of East African Community such as Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi have suffered from conflicts for many years, which needs a regional approach to address it.


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  • BORDER MIGRATION AND SECURITY BETWEEN NIGERIA AND NIGER


Nwafor Alphonsus Onyeacholam

Abstract:
Migration between Nigeria and her neighbor Niger Republic has been a source of concern in the formulation and articulation of diplomatic and foreign policy of the nation.


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