The main thrust of this study is to investigate the seeming mismatch between resource generation, resource allocation and expenditure management in Nigeria. While an ex-post facto research design was adopted in the investigation; descriptive statistics as well as a least square regression analysis were carried out on a time-series data to ascertain relationships.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
ISSN 1849-5419 (print)
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Uses and Gratifications of Political Information: Student Perceptions of Information from the 2014 Tunisian Elections
In this research, we use diverse sources of information to obtain political information. We apply uses and gratifications theory (UGT) to illustrate how the use of different political information sources influences perceptions of information satisfaction related to the Tunisian elections of 2014.
The study is carried out to investigate the effect of Nigerian taxation system on Nigerian economy. The study anchored on benefit received theory of taxation as it theoretical framework.
The purpose of this paper is to briefly analyse the three existing models regulating the limits and the areas of intersectionality between the spiritual and the lay power, recognisable and identifiable in the countries of the European Community, that made possible the noticeable onslaught of secularisation in (post-)modernity.
A Study on the Relationships between Authentic Leadership, Job Crafting, Psychological Capital and Organisational Innovation
This study examined the impacts of authentic leadership, psychological capital, and job crafting on the organisational innovation of Thailand’s financial business sector. The financial business industry has a vital role in national economic development. In Thailand, financial businesses practice innovation to develop the organisation.
This paper applies the shift-share analysis method to analyse the growth of Uzbekistan’s planting industry from 2011 to 2018 into three parts: the national share, the industry mix and the regional shift component. Changes in the structure of the planting industry are an important indicator of the level of agricultural development.
The research aims to map the positioning of companies located in the Administrative Region of Sorocaba – SP, affiliated with the Ethos Institute, regarding the practice of Corporate Social Responsibility.
The paper explores the wider context of the Teams pilot in the University as a potential replacement for other collaborative platforms. As an early adopter, the Distance Learning Unit has experimented with Teams to improve communication, collaborative working, and sharing of best practice within the team.
Return Migration, Reverse Culture Shock: a Critical Analysis of Their Patterns and Particularities Amongst Migrant Nigerian Elites
This research paper investigates the role of migration as a critical aspect of twenty-first-century changes. With growing sophistication in technologies of communication, the distance now amounts to nearly nothing in human interactions.
Forming the Bargaining Win-Win-Win Papakonstantinidis Tripartite Focal Points Analysis of the Bibliography
This academic paper investigates about the fact that “The concepts of ‘focal point’ and ‘salience’ have become part of the tool-kit of game theory. Despite that, focal points have never been integrated into the formal structure of the theory.