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.
This study empirically investigates the impact of money control indicators on investment in Nigeria.
Causality Effect of Capital Market Indicators on Foreign Investment Model in Nigeria and South Africa (1980-2013)
It is recommended that substantial approach and workable policy formulation and implementation in the stock exchange market to improve quality portfolio is highly needed to attract foreign investors in the global financial market.
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.