Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                           2nd Academic International Conference on Economics, Accounting and Finance - AICEAF
Conference Dates                         20th-22nd May 2019
Deadline for abstract/proposal    22nd April 2019
Conference Venue                        University of Cambridge, Newnham College, Cambridge, United Kingdom

1. Mr. Akpokabowei Oweisana, Senior Lecturer, Federal College Of Education (Tech) Omoku, Building Entrepreneurship for the emerging market in Nigeria: Case study of Nigeria Delta Region.  

2. Mr. Bisi Olawoyin, Lecturer, Obafemi Awolowo University, Investment Decisions Among Public Sector Retirees: A Behacioural Finance View.  

3. Mrs. Gina Nabilah, Student, Islamic University of Indonesia, The Solution of Better Wage System in Indonesia according to Ibnu Taimiyah Concept. Co-Author: Mr. Ahmad Hidayatullah, Student

4. Dr. Bajrawan NUCHPRAYOOL, Lecturer, National Institute of Development Administration, Anti-corruption Law Reform: A Law and Economics Perspective.  

5. Dr. Hemat Garg, LLM Student, Panjab University, International Environmental Laws and Human Rights issues. Co-Author: Poonam Dhawan

6. Mr. Irfan Salim, Student, Islamic University of Indonesia, Utilization of Wealth Through Temporary Cash Waqf as a Solution on Issues which Its Causes Enactment of Tax Amnesty. Co-Author:  Ms. Annissa Nurhanifah Hariyadi, Student -

7. Prof. Howard Chitimira, Associate Professor, North West University, A Historical Overview of the General Implementation of the European Union Market Abuse Directive in the United Kingdom before the Brexit and its Future Implications.  

8. Ms. Busra Sarac, PhD Student, University of Portsmouth, Gender and Violence in the ‘Islamic State’ and Boko Haram: Key Findings.  

9. Mrs. Shazia Iqbal Khalid, PhD Scholar, University of Management and Technology, Impact of Country Governance on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in SAARC. Co-Author:  Dr. Maqbool Hussain Sial

10.   Mrs. Margaret Abazie-Humphrey, Deputy Unit Head/Principal Reintegration Officer, Office of the Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta, Entrepreneurship: A Pathway for Conflict Resolution – A Case Study of the Niger Delta 30,000 Ex-militants.  

11.   Mr. Jose-Francisco Vergara-Perucich, Lecturer, Universidad Católica del Norte, Dissensus as spatial practice in contested democracies: The case of Chilean public space and the street as ballot box.  

12.   Dr. Martins Ishaya, Lecturer, National Open University of Nigeria, The Role of Magistrates: An appraisal of the Administration of criminal justice Act of Nigeria, 2015. Co-Author: Mrs Grace Dallong-Opadotun

13.   Ms. Stella Nthuni, PhD Candidate, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Sustainopreneurship Strategies and Growth of Bottom of the Pyramid Businesses.  

14.   Dr. Samuel Oladapo, Lecturer, Adekunle Ajasin University, Appraisal of Environmental Education knowledge of staff of tetiary institution in Nigeria. Co-Author:  Dr. O.S. Ajitoni

15.   Mrs. Miethy Zaman, PhD Student, Monash University, Is Latin America an example of Growth Failure: 1801-2015.  

16.   Mr. Hassan Laminu, Lecturer, Mai-Idris Alooma Polytechnic, Geidam, Effect of Metakoaline and Superplasticiser on the Fresh Properties of Self Compacting- Concrete.  

17.   Mr. Adamu Babale, Lecturer, Jigawa State Polytechnic Dutse, Human Capital Development: Implications for Nation Building. Co-Authors: Dr. Tijjani A. Aliyu, Lecturer ABU Zaria; Mr Bala Usman Chamo Jigawa State Polytechnic Dutse, Lecturer

18.   Mr. Muhammad Fatahillah Akbar, Lecturer, Universitas Gadjah Mada, A Comparative Study on Criminal Provisions in Intelectual Property Violations between Indonesia and United Kingdom.  

19.   Mr. Hamed Ghiaie, PhD Student, Universite de Cergy-Pontoise, Housing Taxation, Financial Regulation and Welfare. Co-Author: Jean-Francois Rouillard

20.   Dr. Halil Paino, Research Fellow, Universiti Teknologi MARA Shah Alam, Corruption: A Comparison between Singapore and Malaysia Legal Regime. Co-Author: JaJamaliah Saad & Khairul Anuar

21.   Dr. Halil Paino, Research Fellow, Universiti Teknologi MARA Shah Alam, Legal Perspective Towards Forgery, Fraud and Falsification: The Contradiction Evidential Standard. Co-Authors: Jamaliah Saad & Khairul Anuar

22.   Ms. Shylet Anesu Nyamwanza, Lecturer, University of Venda, Trans-border municipal partnerships as tools for sustainable development: Insights from twinning agreements in Southern Africa. Co-Authors: Professor Peter Bikam and Dr James Chakwizira

23.   Ms. Ansari Salamah, Doctoral Student, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Sovereign Debt Restructuring: A Study of the Inadequacies of the Contractual Approach.  

24.   Prof. Nighat Gul, Associate Professor, Hazara University, Role of Psycho Social Factors in Development of Taliban Ideology: A Qualitative Approach. Co-Author: Dr Farhana Kazmi Additional Abstract Accepted: Level of Happiness among Working and Non-Working Individuals

25.   Ms. Agnieszka Czajka, Assistant Professor, University of Technology Koszalin, Mode and rules of acquiring real estate by foreigners in Poland.  

26.   Mrs. Joanna Cymerman, Assistant Professor, University of Technology in Koszalin, Sensitivity of the Municipal Income System of the Real Estate Market to Changes in Economic Situation in Poland. Co-Author:  Dr. Wojciech Cymerman Additional Abstract Accepted: Impact of the Institutional Environment on the Development of the Agricultural Real Estate Market in Poland

27.   Mrs. Ahmed Smahi, Associate Professor, Universityof Tlemcen, Dynamic correlation between stock market and oil prices for developed  and emerging countries. Co-Author:  Nacira Boukhezer Additional Abstract Accepted: Foreign exchange market and contagion using Dynamic Conditional Correlation Multivariate GARCH

28.   Mr. Matan Barel, MA Student, Ruppin Academic Center, The main variables influencing the willingness to absorb refugees: Utility VS direct moral responsibility.  

29.   Mrs. Nambalirwa Agnes Ndukwu, Postgraduate Student, Sookmyung Women's University, Women’s Rights Verse Men’s Authority: Masculinity and Shifting Discourses of Gender Difference in Urban Uganda.  

30.   Ms. Kalpna Negi, PhD. Scholar, University of Hyderabad, Is Government accessible to Apple Orchardists: A Case Study of A District in India.  

31.   Mr. Kelvin Onyibor, Lecturer Assistant, European University of Lefke, The Impact of External Borrowing on Economic Growth of Turkey.  

32.   Ms. Nighat Gul, Lectrurer, Govternment Postgraduate College for Women, Effect of Birth Orders on Personality Traits of Pakistan Higher Education Commission Employees. Co-Author: Sajid Mehmood Alvi Additional Abstract Accepted: The Role of Psycho Social Factors in Taliban Ideaology: A Qualitative Approch

33.   Ms. Kalpna Negi, PhD. Scholar, University of Hyderabad, Is Government accessible to Apple Orchardists: A Case Study of a District in India.  

34.   Dr. Razana Juhaida Johari, Senior Lecturer, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Do Organizational Culture and Structure Enhance Internal Control Effectiveness? EvidencefFrom Malaysian Social Cooperatives. Co-Authors: Nur Aima Shafie; Marlia Othman; and Zuraidah Mohd Sanusi

35.   Mr. Sohail Riaz, Assistant Professor, COMSATS Institute of Informattion Technology, USAID’s Image building Advertising Campaign and National Interest of Pakistan; A study of relationship between strategic content and public perception in the context of Political Economy theory of Media.  

36.   Mr. Sharan Banerjee, Student, Sciences Po, Globalisation and/or inequality: What causes Populist politics to gain traction today?  

37.   Ms. Georgina Green, Analyst, Bank of England, Monetary policy spillovers in the first age of financial globalisation: a narrative VAR approach 1884-1913.  

38.   Dr. Ankit Sharma, Assistant Professor, Chandragupt Institute of Management Patna, Inbound IR for Business Intelligence.  

39.   Mr. Adrij Chakraborty, MS Student, University of Edinburgh, Economic Policy for the labour market in the wake of the financial crisis of 2008-09.  

40.   Mr. Joseph Akande, PhD Scholar, University of KwaZulu-Natal, P-SVAR Analysis of Stability in Sub-Saharan Africa Commercial Banks. Co-Author:  Dr. Farai Kwenda

41.   Mr. Akinola Wilfred, PhD Student to Dr Bokana, University of Kwazulu- Natal, The Sub-Saharan Africa’s Higher Education Enrolment: Determinants and Policy Implication. Co-Author:  Dr. Gerry Koye Bokana

42.   Mr. Ahmad Zaidi, C.E.O and Managing Director, Foundation Securities (Pvt) Ltd, How People Differentiate Between Islamic and Conventional Banks? Choice Factors for Islamic Banks in Pakistan. None

43.   Ms. Ahana Bose, Doctorate (PhD) Student, Indian Institute of Management, Financialization in India : Fact or Fiction? Co-Author:  Dr. Purusottam Sen

44.   Mr. Harry Pickard, Phd Student, University of Sheffield, The abstract title should read "Partisan alignment, elections and experienced politicians.  

45.   Mr. Augustine Adebayo Kutu, Lecturer, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Monetary Policy and Industrial Output in the BRICS Countries: A Markov-Switching Model. Co-Author: Prof. Harold Ngalawa

46.   Mrs. Tahira Ishaq, Staff Economist, Quaid-i-Azam University, Law, Social Norms, and Economic Growth.  

47.   Dr. Sanjay Kumar Pradhan, Assistant Professor, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, US-Russia Relations: Conflicting Pursuits and Security Challenges.  

48.   Dr. Farouq Al-Shibli, Assistant Professor, Philadelphia University, The Possibility and Impossibility of Legal Transplant.  

49.   Mr. Ntokozo Nzimande, Lecturer, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Ricardian Equivalence in the proposed SADC Monetary Union. Co-Author: Dr. Harold Ngalawa

50.   Dr. Ahmed Raza Cheema, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Sargodha, Foreign Remittances and Poverty Alleviation in Pakistan. Co-Author: Dr Ian Coxhead, Prof Agriculture and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison

51.   Dr. Ata Muhammad, Researcher, University of Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne, Determinants of Failure and Success of Public Private Partnership Projects:  An Empirical Analysis of  PPI Database from 1990-2010.  

52.   Dr. Ahmed Raza Cheema, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Sargodha, Comparative Analysis of Unidimensional and Multidimensional Poverty in Pakistan: Evidence from PSLM 2011/12. Co-Author: Dr Ian Coxhead, Prof Agriculture and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison

53.   Mr. Ibrahim Adamu Ghide, Lecturer, Maidriss Alooma Polytechnic, niger-delta crisis:  its causes and effects on the socio-economic life of the people of ogoni, rivers state, nigeria.  

54.   Prof. Aleksandr Bezgodov, Professor and General Director, Planetary Development Institute, Planetary rent and planetary ethics as the basis of an alternative economic scenario. Co-Authors: Dr. Konstantin Barezhev, Director for Research; and Dr. Vadim Golubev, Head of Information Monitoring Department