Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title                            9th Academic International Conference on Law, Economics and Politics
Conference Dates                         18th-20th May 2020
Deadline for abstract/proposal    20th April 2020
Conference Venue                         University of Oxford, St Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom

1.       Ms. Windy Thi Ngoc Minh Phan, Ph.D Student, National Chi Nan University, Factors impact on the control of corruption, with a focus on provincial level in Vietnam. 

2.       Dr. Imrana Shahzadi, Asstant Professor, Government College Women University, Roles of Sufi Women in Humanity, Welfare and Nation Development. Co-Author(s): Dr Talat Safdar

3.       Dr. Ahmad Sabo, Lecturer, Federal Polytechnic Bauchi, Assessing the impact of technological attributes on intention to participate in election using e-voting system. 

4.       Dr. Friday Ajagbe, Lecturer, Federal University of Agriculture, Impact of Investment Climate on Total Factor Productivity of Industries in Nigeria. 

5.       Mr. Teryima Felix Jige, Teacher, Federal college of Education Technical Potiskum, Residual Stress Characterization of Ti-6Al-4V Specimens Using Selective Laser Melting. Co-Author(s):  Ali Mustapha Alibe

6.       Mr. Sunday Oke, Chief Lecturer, Federal College of Education (Technical) Akoka, Class Size and Gender as Determinant of Students’ Performance in Electrical Courses in Colleges of Education in Lagos State. Co-Author(s): Mr. Satilehin John Agbejoye, Lecturer I

7.       Dr. Johnson Aleburu, Lecturer, Chief Lecturer, Federal College of Education (Technical) Akoka, Design, Implementation and Validation of ICT Delivery System for Large Class of Computer Appreciation Course. 

8.       Mr. Abayomi Adegbenjo, Lecturer, Chief Lecturer, Federal College Of Education (Technical) Akoka, Influence of the School Ownership on the Students’ Achievement in Basic Technology in Lagos State. Co-Author(s): Mr. Agbejoye Satilehin John, Lecturer I

9.       Mr. Teryima Felix Jige, Lecturer II, Federal College of Education (Technical), Variation in the Mechanical properties of Extruded Al-2099  after laser shock peening. 

10.   Dr. J.Andrés Domínguez-Gómez, Professor, University of Huelva, Responsibility, ethics an regulations: An impact assessment of Financial Fair Play Regulations in the spanish professional football. Co-Author(s): Roberto Fernández-Villarino

11.   Dr. Cyril Obika, Lecturer and Postgraduate Coordinator, Enugu State University of Science & Technology, Revenue Laws, Fiscal Federalism, Economic Development of Nigeria and its Implication on Regional and Global Peace and Security. 

12.   Dr. Augusto Meireis, Assistant Professor, Lusíada University, The DNA Databases: Biological Surveillance and Criminal Investigation. Co-Author(s): Dr. Marisa Araújo, Assistant Professor

13.   Dr. Joel Barde, Senior Lecturer, University of Jos, Combating Corruption in Nigeria:  The Role of Whistleblowers. 

14.   Dr. Thaddeus Eze, Associate Professor, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, A Comparison of the Legal Framework for the Control of Oil and Gas Pollution in Nigeria and the United Kingdom. 

15.   Dr. Solomon Ojo, Senior Lecturer, Osun State University, Emotional Intelligence as a Correlate of Conflict Management Styles among Managers and Supervisors in Work Organizations in Nigeria. 

16.   Dr. Martins Ishaya, Lecturer, Taraba State University, The Challenges of the Use of Unmanned Ships on International Shipping Routes in the Era of Digital Age. 

17.   Dr. Michael Boyede, Lecturer, Osun State University, Influence of Work Engagement, Job Satisfaction and Self Efficacy on Workers Job Performance in Selected Industry In Southwestern, Nigeria. 

18.   Dr. Norah Msuya, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of KwaZulu Natal, The Concept of Culture and Women’s Rights in Africa.  Additional Paper Accepted: Challenges on the Adjudication of Women’s Rights with Relation to Customary Law and Practices in Tanzania

19.   Dr. Hammad Hassan Mirza, Assistant Professor, University of Sargodha, KIBOR Calibration: An Application of Vasicek Model in R. Co-Author(s): Dr. Ghulam Ali, Associate Professor; and Dr. Mian Sajid Nazir, Assistant Professor

20.   Mr. Sadeeq  Garba Abubakar, Senior Lecturer, Federal Polytechnic Bauchi, Thinking Tomorrow Today: A Paradigm for Planning for Uncertainty and the Need for the Development of Organisational Culture that Can Walk the Talk. 

21.   Ms. Andrea Hrebickova, PhD Candidate, Law faculty Palacky University Olomouc, The wearing of headgear on identification photographs as religious expression in France before the European Court of Human Rights. 

22.   Ms. Waiza Rehman, PhD Research Scholar and Lecturer, Bahria University, Consumer Engagement Antecedent and Outcome in Online Brand Community of Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Dr. M. Asif Khurshid, Professor; and Syed Zargham Abbas. Additional Paper Accepted: Re-evaluating the role of escapism on the compulsive buying behavior: Mediating role of Flow and Societal Marketing

23.   Mr. Vaibhav Parmar, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum university, Crypto currency and its future in India. 

24.   Dr. Fayaz Ali Shah, Assistant Professor, Islamia College University Peshawar, Behavioural Outcomes of Gender Discrimination with Interacting Effect of Emotional Attachment: Empirical Evidence from Academia in Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Sonia Sethi, Research Scholar

25.   Mr. Abel Mawuko Agoba, Lecturer, Central University, Re-Examining The Role Of Political And Economic Institutions In Financial Development In Africa: The Case Of Central Bank Independence. Co-Author(s): Prof. Joshua Yindenaba Abor;  Prof. Kofi Achampong Osei;and  Prof. Jarjisu Sa--Aadu

26.   Ms. Anchal Mittal, Ph.D Candidate, Shree Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary University, Paradoxical Threshold in Restrain Sexual Offence of Rape Against Children. 

27.   Mr. Bello Abubakar Isa, Lecturer 1, Umaru Ali Shinkafi Polytechnic Sokoto State, An evaluation of offices of the executive arm of government under the amended 1999 constitution of federal republic of Nigeria. Co-Author(s): Mr Bello Abubakar Isa

28.   Mr. Muhammad Awais, Lecturer, Foundation University Rawalpindi Campus, Game Theory, Loss-aversion, Stress, and Stock’s Investment: A way of Investing. Co-Author(s): Mr. Ahmad Sher, PhD Scholar - Iqra University, Islamabad, Pakistan

29.   Dr. Abiodun Oluwadare, Senior Lecturer, Nigerian Defence Academy, Steming Insurgency in Nigeria: A Multi-Pronged Approach. 

30.   Dr. Abiodun Oluwadare, Senior Lecturer, Nigerian Defence Academy Kaduna, Steming Insurgency in Nigeria: A Multi-Pronged Approach. 

31.   Mrs. Dianna DaSilva-Glasgow, Lecturer, University of Guyana, Factors Shaping the Impact of Transaction Costs Linked to Non-Tariff Regulations on Exports from Guyana: A Firm-Level Analysis. 

32.   Dr. Abdus-Sami'i Imam Arikewuyo, Associate Professor, Kwara State University, Human Rights Law: A Comparative Study of the Nigeria Legal Provisions and the Islamic Law.  Postulating Islamic Options for Elimination of Economic Crimes and Corruption: Nigeria as a Case Study.

33.   Prof. Vimal Deep Saxena, Assistant Professor, Sinhgad Business School, A Study of Exchange Rate Impact on Balance of Payment and Firms’ Revenue. 

34.   Ms. Jeanne Francoise, Ph.D Student, Indonesia Defense University, Indonesia Defence Diplomacy Perspective for Palestine in 2018. Co-Author(s): Prof. Makarim Wibisono; Dr. I Wayan Midhio; Dr. Yoedhi Swastanto; Dr. Ir. Suyono Thamrin, M.Eng.Sc; and Dr. Triyoga Budi Prasetyo

35.   Mr. Mohamed Muse Hassan, MBA Student, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Consumer Trust and Online Payment Options: Determinants of E-Commerce in the Least Developed Countries. 

36.   Dr. Ekaterina Arapova, Head of Department and Senior Researcher, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University), “EAEU+” Free Trade Agreements: Ex-Ante Evaluation of Potential Integration Effects. Implications for Russia. 

37.   Dr. Muhammad Ahmad-ur-Rehman, Assistant Professor, National Textile University, Perceived Justice and Customer Loyalty in Service Failure and Recovery Context: Mediating Effect of Customer Affection. Co-Author(s): Asghar Ali

38.   Ms. Priti Ramani Nayyar, Ph.D Scholar, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Ambiguous FDI Law in E-Commerce: Impact on Fundamental Rights of India’s ‘Brick and Mortar’ Retailers. 

39.   Mr. Wishnuaji Widyatomo, Lecturer, University Indonesia, Analysis of Tax Administration Performance on Directorate General of Taxation Indonesia. Co-Author(s): Dr. Milla Sepliana Setyowati

40.   Ms. Chiara Natalie Focacci, PhD Candidate, University of Bologna, Do Active Labour Market Policies Work? The Youth Guarantee. 

41.   Ms. Rinki Dahiya, Research Scholar, University of Delhi, Issues in Financial Assistance to Women Entrepreneurs: A Developing Country Perspective. 

42.   Ms. Deepika Dahiya, Assistant Professor, University of Delhi, WTO Agreement on Agriculture: The Indian Experience. 

43.   Prof. Turgut ÇÜRÜK, Professor, Cukurova University, Alternative Methods of Accounting for Tax Fines: A Case Study on Tax Audit Reports. Co-Author(s): PhD. Muhammet Emre DİRİ, Research Assistant

44.   Ms. Priya Dahiya, Research Scholar, University of Delhi, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Towards Inclusive Social Development? 

45.   Dr. Michaela Elram, Head of Marketing Department, The College of Academic Studies, The relationship between online brand engagement and repeat online purchases: Fashion brand image mediation effect. Co-Author(s): Dr Orna Steiner Lavie VP

46.   Mrs. Inita Krivasonoka, PhD Student, Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies, Local food procurement tendencies in Latvia. 

47.   Mr. Sven Hartmann, PhD Candidate, IAAEU - Trier University, Can Television Reduce Xenophobia? The Case of East Germany. Co-Author(s): Dr. Lars Hornuf, Professor University of Bremen; and Dr. Marc Oliver Rieger, Professor Trier University

48.   Dr. Syed Alam, Assistant Professor, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Five-Day Solution and Re-Takeoff of England: An Analysis of Historic and Latest Researched Versions. 

49.   Mr. Egerton Maitland, Student, University of Sierra Leone, A systematic review of the critical elements of international environmental law. 

50.   Mr. Muhammad Issyam IsmailResearch ScholarInternational Islamic University MalaysiaThe Implementation of Value-Based Intermediation in the Malaysian Islamic Banking Industry: The Perception of Industry PlayersCo-Author(s): Prof. Dr. Rusni Hassan;  and Assoc Prof. Dr Aznan Hasan

51.   Mr. Mohamed Muse Hassan, MBA Student, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Consumer Trust and Online Payment Options: Determinants of E-Commerce in the Least Developed Countries. 

52.   Mrs. Satenik Shahbazyan, PhD Student, Northern Arcrtic Federal University, Liberalization and humanization of the Russian Federation criminal legislation through amendments to Article 15 of the Russian Criminal Code

53.   Mr. Naveen B Ramu, Ph.D Student, Indian Institute of Science, To explore the passenger pattern and passenger preferences with respect to service quality dimensions of intercity bus passenger transport. Co-Author(s): Anjula Gurtoo

54.   Ms. Shreya Chauhan, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, One Year of GST: Transition And Challenges so Far. Co-Author(s): Dr. Nausheen Nizami, Professor

55.   Mr. Muhamamd luqman, Director Administration, Punjab Higher Education Commission, A Service Quality Model and its implications in Hotel Industry of Pakistan. Co-Author(s): Dr. M Khyzer bin Dost

56.   Mr. Pirzada Sami Ullah Sabri, Director General, Superior University, Role of CRM Initiatives on shaping Customer Buying Behavior in intercession of Consumer Perception. Co-Author(s): Dr. M Khyzer bin Dost

57.   Mr. Samsudin Salmi, Manager Legal & Contract Management Department, TNB Janamanjung Sdn Bhd, The Extent of Law & Regulation, Legal Compliance and Policy Enforcement at Malaysia Energy Industry: Implication to Thermal Power Plant. Co-Author(s): Siti Nur Hanim

58.   Mr. Herrick Agustin, Professor, CARD-MRI Development Institute, Value Chain Management of Reject Cavendish Banana: The Voice of the IP Beneficiaries. Co-Author(s): Dr. Jaime Aristotle Alip, Professor

59.   Mr. Joseph Osei, Student, Fourah Bay College, An Explorative Analysis of the Most Critical Elements of International Human Right Law. 

60.   Dr. Boudi Abdessamad, Doctor, University of Tahri Mohammed Bechar, The Role of Social Entrepreneurship in Achieving Sustainable Development. Co-Author(s): Ayad Ratiba

61.   Ms. Archana Govindaraju, Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Electronic- National Agriculture Market (e-NAM) in India: Success or Failure? Co-Author(s): Dr. Prabina Rajib

62.   Dr. Hamoul Tarik, Assistant Professor, University of Algeria, The Evolution of the marketing of Algerian insurance services: Reference to the Bancassurance experience. Co-Author(s):  Dr .Zair Wafia

63.   Mrs. Francesca Papa, Graduate Student, University of Pennsylvania, A network analysis of the US Supreme Court. 

64.   Mr. Ameer Fatani, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Cost Benefit Analysis for financial funding of Start-ups. Co-Author(s): Dr. Nausheen Nizami

65.   Mr. Durojaye Oyedolapo Babatunde, Lecturer II, Federal University Oye Ekiti, Ethnicity, Religion, Politics and Conflict: A Curse or a Blessing to the ailing continent of Africa.  Africa’s Development and the New Global  Economy

66.   Ms. Elizabeth Ankiambom Chiatii, Phd Student, University of Buea, Assessing Glass Ceiling Barriers On Women Entrepreneurial Career Progression In The Mezam And Fako Divisions Of Cameroon, West Africa. 

67.   Dr. Brian Majola, Lecturer, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Factors affecting the number of women ward councillors in South Africa. 

68.   Dr. Zsuzsa Szakály, Assistant Professor, University of Szeged, Constitutional Identity and Eternity Clauses in the Constitutions and the Constitutional Practice of the Member States of the European Union. Co-Author(s): Dr. Norbert Tribl, PhD Candidate

69.   Dr. Endang Turmudi, Research Professor, Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Religion in Current Indonesian Politics: Puritan Islam Vis-a-Vis Secular Nationalists. 

70.   Dr. Itotenaan Henry Ogiri, Senior Lecturer, Gregory University, Uturu, Nigeria, A research-based model of corporate social responsibility in Nigeria: The case for mandatory disclosure regulation. 

71.   Ms. Nidhishree Gandhi, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Analysis of Indian FMCG sector due to Implementation of GST. Co-Author(s): Dr. Nausheen Nizami, Professor

72.   Ms. Anjali Lakum, PhD Research Scholar, Central University of Gujarat, Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual Property Rights: The Role of Formal Organisations. 

74.   Dr. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal, Lecturer, Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad, Effectiveness of Collaborative and Traditional Teaching on Students’ Mathematics Achievement at 8th grade. Co-Author(s): Jahan Ara Shams Assistant Professor

75.   Dr. Mohammed Alkali, Assistant Professor, Federal University Gusau, The Way Forward to Successful Entrepreneurial Activities: A Review Paper. 

76.   Dr. Indranarain Ramlall, Senior Lecturer, University of Mauritius, A Global Analysis of Public Debt-Economic Performance Nexus in light of the US Subprime Crisis. 

77.   Dr. Herningsih Herningsih, Lecture, Universitas Muhammadiyah, Public Policy of Preserving Traditional Art : Case of Papua, Indonesia. 

78.   Dr. Hadfi Bilel, PhD, Faculty of Economics and Management Tunis, Firms’ Characteristics and the catering theory of dividend: MENA Zone Evidence. Co-Author(s): Kouki Mondher

79.   Ms. Prisca Rumokoy, PhD Candidate, University of Washington, National Security Exception in the World Trade Organization: Opening the Pandora Box. 

80.   Dr. Shanu Singh, Assistant Professor, Galgotias University, Quantitative Approach to study the Impact of Economic Policy Uncertainty: A Case Study of India. Co-Author(s): Ms. Surbhi Gupta, Assistant Professor

81.   Ms. Celia Solomon, Teacher III, Antipolo National High School, Using Differentiated Instruction In Teaching Social Studies for Diverse Learners.  

82.   Mrs. Moira Catania, Assistant Lecturer, University of Malta, The quality of budget institutions in Euro Area countries.  

83.   Mr. Amit Zac, DPhil Law, University of Oxford, Redistribution Goals under Tort Liability: Overcoming Uncertainty Using ‘Tags’ and Under-Deterrence Problems.  

84.   Ms. Ishita Chakrabarty, Student, Hidayatullah National Law University, Stepping into Murky Waters: Addressing principal liabilities within transnational Business and supply chains before the ICC. Co-Author(s): Mr. Hardik Choudhary

85.   Mr. Runyu Tian, Student, Zhengzhou Foreign Language School, Vertical cross holding. Co-Author(s): Mr. Senhao Ni; Mr. Haoyu Zhao

86.   Dr. Arturs Gaveika, Assistant Professor, Rezekne Academy of Technologies, The legal framework for the determination of the state border international aspect.  

87.   Dr. Yaser Khalaileh, Professor, Qatar University, Reaching Provisional Measures in Qatar v. UAE: What Criteria?