The Effects of Good University Governance on the Public Services Quality of State Islamic University
This article aims to determine whether good university governance affects the public service quality of State Islamic Institutes. Public services quality indicators used in this research adopt the criterion proposed by Parasuraman.
The results of the study are useful in providing insights into the market characteristics of the Namibian beverage product brands and that of similar brands produced by other organizations for the Windhoek market.
The article posits that achieving this balance will enable Indonesia to fully harness the potential of P2P lending, thereby driving financial inclusion while simultaneously ensuring customer protection and market stability.
The study analyzed the relationship between parent socioeconomic status and child malnutrition in Nasarawa State, Nigeria, with a particular emphasis on the pathway through which the socioeconomic factors of the parents determine child nutrition and wellbeing.
The Golden Age of the Big Data Audit: Agile Practices and Innovations for E-Commerce, Post-Quantum Cryptography
The paper research that EPSAC focuses on the critical engagement areas of e-commerce, post-quantum cryptography, psychosocial hazards, artificial intelligence and machine learning, and tackling deepfakes. While a talent shortage of subject matter experts exists, auditors can use artificial intelligence knowledge bases to deliver the value audit.
The study examines how Meituan’s decision to merge with Dianping in 2015, and its continued expansion of service offerings, made it a diversified platform catering to various consumer needs. The analysis also shows the company’s efficient use of big data analytics and behavior data to optimize marketing strategies and improve customer service.