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  • A SURVEY OF CULTURAL HERITAGES AND THE GROWTH OF TOURISM IN ETHIOPIA


Abebe Dires & Manjit Singh

Abstract:
Tourism industry in Ethiopia is beginning to rise owing to the UNESCO inscribed world heritages and dependable security of the country since the 1990s. But, scientific research papers on Ethiopia’s tourism growth and development are scant.


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  • BOARD DIVERSITY AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF PRIVATE COMMERCIAL BANKS IN ETHIOPIA


Kenenisa Lemie Debela, Professor Arvinder Singh Chawla

Abstract:
Corporate governance is becoming the agenda of discussion among academicians, financial regulators and government as a result of corporate scandals and malpractices around the world.


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  • OUTREACH PERFORMANCE OF MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS: A CASE STUDY OF AMHARA CREDIT AND SAVING INSTITUTION, ETHIOPIA


Derbew Kenubeh & Prof. Rajinder Kaur

Abstract:
The aim of this study is to examine the outreach performance of Amhara credit and saving institution(ACSI), Ethiopia particularly the breadth and depth of outreach. The study employed ten years secondary data from the annual report of the institution (2004to 2013). Descriptive analysis was employed.


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  • “A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF E-GOVERNANCE IN INDIAN AGRICULTURE SECTOR”


Josheena Jose

Abstract:
Governments all over the world are trying to implement e-governance for strengthening interfaces with citizens. The complexities involved in the implementation of e-governance projects and low success rates of such projects suggest that e-governance is more of a managerial issue than the technological one.


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  • PRICING AND INVENTORY POLICY FOR DETERIORATING ITEMS WITH PRICE AND TIME DEPENDENT DEMAND, SHORTAGES AND PARTIAL BACKLOGGING


Shallu, Arun Kumar Tomer

Abstract:
This paper presents inventory model for perishable items with price and time dependent demand rate. It is assumed that shortages are allowed and partially backlogged. It is assumed that the deterioration of the item does not begin at the instant of the arrivals in stock. It begins after some fixed time.


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  • CONTRIBUTION OF IT & ITES SECTORS IN THE GROWTH OF INDIAN ECONOMY


Dr.E.Jalaja

Abstract:
India being a highly connected and digital ready economy remains a high potential market worldwide offering multiple opportunities. India presents a large and burgeoning end user market being world’s second largest population in world


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