The study concludes that bank mergers in Indonesia decreased SME crediting but increased bank performance and SME crediting no longer influenced bank performance either.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
ISSN 1849-5419 (print)
ISSN 1849-5664 (online)
Brand equity plays an important role in lowering perceived risk for new product adoption, even in situations dominated by functional purchasing decisions.
Realizing overall empowerment of women in marketing and in the state, we recommend some policy guidelines as a way forward for utilization of women potentials.
Building an Effective Customer Relationship System (CRM): Saudi Credit Bank Employees Perception of Service Quality
Successful implementation of CRM within the banking system itself requires more effective management of functional interdependencies through process teams (Parson et.al, 1996) and revisions in the ways that employee performance is measured and rewarded.
Some widely acknowledged and used IT process frameworks to make IT efficient and effective are Control Objectives for Information and related Technology, (COBIT), IT Service management (ITSM) and IT infrastructure library (ITIL) and ISO 38500.
Impact of Selected Economic Indicators on Foreign Investment Inflow in Nigeria and South Africa: Optimal Indicators Search
This study focuses on the impact of economic indicators of Banking Sector Development Model on foreign investment inflows in Nigeria and South Africa.
This study has shown that in contemporary times, the role of children in family buying decisions is becoming increasingly significant, as many factors and forces have been identified to influence the role and actions of children.
The study has emphasized good management as the determinant of better performance of hospitals in the Ugandan context.
The study signifies that capital inflows is indispensable in closing the savings-investment gap required for economic growth of developing countries.
Variance Decomposition of Emissions, FDI, Growth and Imports in GCC countries: A Macroeconomic Analysis
This paper provides an empirical evidence of the variance decomposition of carbon dioxide emissions, FDI inflows, GDP per capita and imports in GCC countries; UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar and Kuwait.