In this relevant research literatures have been reviewed and the findings have been presented in a concise way. Industry 4.0 is a technology that has been developed in the year 2011 during a project of high-tech strategies by German scientists.
A typical corporate management situation, with a strange look onto the processes of the projects, and onto the informatics solutions being attached to this functionally. The treatment of a situation took shape because of COVID, which brought fundamental changes in the companies’ daily function.
This study expands and enriches tourism management knowledge in the face of a massive crisis highlighting important managerial and policy implications for reviving the tourism industry of the Maldives.
The paper investigates the consequences of bullying on mental and emotional health of the bullied person. The purpose of this research is to shed light on the bullying incidents happening in Egypt and its relationship with the social learning theory.
Performance Evaluation of Selected Banking Stocks Listed on Bombay Stock Exchange During Pre & Post Covid-19 Crisis
Investing in the stock market has always been regarded as risky. Market sentiment is a factor that influences stock prices. The purpose of this study is to assess the performance of selected banking stocks based on risk and excess return generated by them during the study period.
The Effect of Federal Government Revenue and Expenditure On Economic Growth in Nigeria – An Empirical Review
This study examined the effect of federal government revenue and expenditure on the economic growth of Nigeria for the period 1983 to 2018. Findings of the research showed that federal government retained revenue; non-oil revenue and recurrent expenditure were statistically significant in explaining the relationship with economic growth in the short run; while capital expenditure was not at 5% Alpha level.