This study is centered on the determinants of taxable capacity in Nigeria, with taxable capacity viewed as the ability of the taxed person to bear the burden of the tax in relation to their source of income without experiencing a reduction in standard of living, or margin of profit
This paper aims to propose a framework that puts the stakeholders at the forefront of achieving sustainability in the social context. This research, thus, argues that the social sustainability outcomes in construction are best achieved by taking into account the satisfaction of the stakeholders.
The growth of value-added services in the economy cannot undermine the relevance of information and communication technology at any point in time, because it plays a critical role in satisfying the needs of customers. Nevertheless, the question arises whether the customers are aware of the use of IT-enabled
In this changing world, regarding global perspective and workforce changes, the involvement of employee is the most important feature for organization competitive. Employee engagement now is considered as a valuable indicator for organizational success,
How real is the promise of an open and close government to the people? Have technologies allowed this promise to become a reality? The objective of this research is to describe the situation concerning the Open Government model in the municipality of Guazapares, located in
Mainstreaming the Culture of Eco-Industrial Parks (EIPs) in Kenya for the Sustainable Realization of the Country’s Vision 2030
Competitive and productive Special Economic Zones (SEZs)/ industrial Parks (IPs) of the future will be those that will abandon the wasteful linear development model and instead embrace a circular economy that is characterized with the circular flow of materials and energy.