The aim of this study is to get an understanding of whether contemporary research on key determinants of employees’ personal initiative is applicable in the context of a developing Middle Eastern country in the midst of a tumultuous period in its history – a country in which, in spite of it all, life continues for its residents and the organisations that serve them.
The study provides a holistic approach in the application and use of the competitive tendering methods for improving the performance of devolved systems of governments as a way of promoting accountability of the use of public resources.
This research paper tries to highlight the role of digital HRM in improving the performance of the organization. The outcome of the research would be very important for a business organization to implement digital human resource management and also for improving and enhancing organizational performance.
Bank Risk Profile and Horizons in Financing Investment Projects: A Case Study of Selected Banks in Uzbekistan
The article presents the results of risk analysis in financing investment projects. According to the results of econometric analysis, among the factors, risk assets, risk profile, interest income and investment activity of banks have a significant positive impact on the dynamics of investment loans.
This study investigates the effect of Nigeria’s domestic public debt on economic development of Nigeria spanning from 1981-2018. This is in response to the doubts being raised in some quarters as to whether the continuous increase in domestic debt over the years has led to the economic development of Nigeria as the former has been known to influence the later if well harnessed and executed.
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.
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.