Archive of Journal of Economics and Finance; Volume 7, Number 2
Gupta J. Kaur INVESTIGATION OF EXPENSES AND EARNINGS OF ORGANIC AND NON-ORGANIC AGRONOMY Recently, economic benefits have assumed more preference than the social and environmental welfares. These efforts have adversely affected the ecosystem and ensued in disruptions in the natural cycles. [...] Read more Michel Lone IMPROVED FARMERS’ INCOME THROUGH THE COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION OF NEWFANGLED DIVERSITY OF PINEAPPLE AT NGOMA DISTRICT, RWANDA Cultivation of low value crops is among the major causes of insufficient income making and poverty in most of rural communities in Rwanda. Nevertheless, pineapples fruits producers have been encountering the [...] Read more Mujab Rahman Seddeek SUSTAINABILITY OF CITY - REGION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES City-regions are considered as to improve planning level where to clarify the relationships amongst urban and rural areas while developing countries, predominantly wanting in the sustainable development [...] Read more Inua, Ofe Iwiyisi FIRM SPECIFIC DRIVERS OF IFRS COMPLIANCE AMONG SMEs IN NIGERIA The objective of this research work is to find out the firm specific drivers of IFRS compliance among SMEs in Nigeria. The firm specific drivers used in this study include firm age, firm size, industry type and firm [...] Read more Annika Glorida and Berita Hulj INSTABILITIES OF UNEMPLOYMENT AND MONETARY POLICY IN SWEDEN It has been acceptance among economists that monetary policy has comparatively short-lived effects on actual variables such as unemployment. Earlier studies designated that monetary policy touches[...] Read more Presbitero H. Casio REVIEW OF DEBT-PROGRESSION NEXUS IN POOR COUNTRIES The paper examined the effect of foreign direct investment on Nigerian’s economy between 2005 and 2015. Data used were obtained from Central Bank of Nigeria and National Bureau of statistics. Ex-post facto research [...] Read more Timothy O. Ishola ENTREPRENEURIAL PROCESS PARENTING ROLE IN NEW VENTURE EMERGENCE Economic experts have abandoned their traditional approach to economic development based mainly on recruiting large companies with different financial and fiscal inducements. Today they are relying [...] Read more Socrates Barrio ECONOMICAL BALANCE OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE GOVERNANCE This paper explains why the line of attack employed so far to alleviate global climate change has been futile. The dominant motive is said to be the inability to implement targets and plans. Recent proposals that are [...] Read more
Yatch Fareh THE CONCEPT OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN NEW ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS: A BUSINESS MODEL IMPROVEMENT The conception of knowledge management is not a fresh topic in information systems practice. Nevertheless, radical modifications in the business environment have proposed restrictions of the traditional [...] Read more
John Rohr, Curiel A. Hudson & Barriel C. Coker HOW THE INTERNET INFLATES ESTIMATES OF INTERNAL KNOWLEDGE The Internet has been termed as a "supernormal stimulus" in that its breadth and immediacy far exceed any naturally happening transactive partner to which our attentions might have adapted. Here we [...] Read more
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