Global journal of Economics and Business Administration


A Brief Report for Trading Game

Research article of Global journal of Economics and Business Administration A Brief Report for Trading Game Yibin Liu This paper summarizes trade details, strategy made, and the participant learned through trading on STOCKTRAK game. The report also includes the profits and losses, every trade made on derivatives products, the timing for buying and selling and gain some practical experience. Keywords: trading strategies and motivations, empirical edification ...

The pursuit of ethical practice in Distance Higher Education assessment in a Business Leadership School

Review article of Global journal of Economics and Business Administration The pursuit of ethical practice in Distance Higher Education assessment in a Business Leadership School Angelo Nicolaides UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership The pursuit for quality in the learning process in Distance Higher Education is ongoing and continually leading to better ways in which to facilitate learning. It is evident in current literature that high-quality learning outcomes can be achieved by giving students in higher education institutions greater control over their own learning and by engaging in reflective inquiry and enhanced critical thinking within a constructivist paradigm. In the era of open access and digital-based information and communication in which we live, a huge challenge facing higher education is the issue of unethical practices by students. Ensuring academic honesty is a major challenge for traditional classroom teaching, but it is even a more pressing problem for online course-work in which students submit for example, individual assignments and projects. How can unethical student practices be eliminated where the use of information technology is manifest for all learning and instruction? Academically dishonest behaviour in Distance Higher Education (DHE) institutions is on the rise and manifests in various ways including inter-alia, plagiarism in which students use the work of others and which they fail to disclose through acceptable citation methods or even fail to acknowledge. Many find it expedient to cheat and may even stoop to bribery. There are also instances where students fabricate information and falsify what they present as the fruits of their own labours. Whether in assignments or portfolio work, or other such activities and assessments online, there are cases in which students either offer, or acquire assistance from other parties in their formal academic activities, falsify information, are guilty of misrepresentation and thus act out-of- line from an ethical ...

Brief valuation of Systems, Applications & Products (SAP) corporation

Research article of Global journal of Economics and Business Administration Brief valuation of Systems, Applications & Products (SAP) corporation Yibin Liu, Andrew Gleeson, Ciaran Dowling,Julian Rene Graef SAP is one of the largest players in the commercial software sector. Following our analysis of SAP’s history and capital structure, it is evident that the company has been able to sustain a stable growth for the past 15 years, whilst also maintaining a stable dividend payout. Barring 2015, SAP’s WACC has fallen year on year over the observed period, maximising shareholder value and equity prices. Its conservative financing policy, with a greater emphasis on equity financing than debt may on the one side foreclose potential growth acceleration, yet also indicates a long-sighted managerial conservatism that is focused on long-term value creation rather than short-term growth. One danger of conservative policies is the potential stalling of further growth. However, new partnerships such as the newly announced enlargement of SAP’s cooperation with Microsoft in the sphere of cloud services point in the right direction towards further growth in a highly saturated sector. Keywords: Valuation of Systems, Applications & Products, SAP ...

Digital Shopping and the Purchasing Journey of Post Graduate Students in Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Research article of Global journal of Economics and Business Administration Digital Shopping and the Purchasing Journey of Post Graduate Students in Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Nigeria Ordah, John Makelemi1 and Enyioko, Newman C.2 1Post Graduate Student, Department of Marketing, Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 2PhD Research Scholar, Department of Marketing, Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. The study examined the effect of digital shopping on the purchasing journey of post graduate students in Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. The study sampled 395 respondents from five (5) faculties in the Rivers State University and 96.45% response rate was used for data analysis. Descriptive and inferential statistics were used to analyse data in this study. Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation Co-efficient (r) was used to test the two hypotheses formulated in this study. The study revealed that to a large extent functionality of the internet infrastructure impact on post graduate students’ experience in Rivers State University. The study also revealed that to a large extent internet security affects the recommendations by post graduate students in Rivers State University. The study found that to a large extent that effective digital or online shopping habit/experience helps to strengthen the academic performance of the post graduate students. The study identified major factors influencing digital or online shopping experience of post graduate students to include: Insufficient knowledge of how online shopping works, providing for unexpected delays, personal internet access, convenience, poor quality of the products offered online, privacy protection, customer service, time saving, inadequate technological infrastructure and shipping problems. Conclusively, it is obvious from the study that digital shopping has come to stay because the technological infrastructures have engendered its prevalence in the society. From the test of hypotheses, it is evident that: There is significant relationship between the functionality of the infrastructure of the ...

Dr. Maurice Oscar Dassah
Professor & Research Manager, Faculty of Business and Management Sciences, Cape peninsula University of technology

Dr. Adrian Morosan
Associate Professor & Head, Department of Finance and Accounting, Lucian Blaga University from Sibiu, Romania

Dr. R. Shanmugam
Professor & Head, Department of Management Studies, B.I.E.T

Dr. Hasan M. Mohsin
Senior Research Economist and Head, Department o Economics and Finance, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics

Dr. Cevdet Kızıl
Associate Professor of Accounting, M.B.A., M.S., Ph.D., CPA, CICA, CCS, ISO27001 LA, ISO9001 LA, Istanbul Medeniyet University, Department of Management, Turkey

Dr. Sangita Dutta Gupta
Assistant Professor of Economics and Entrepreneurship at IFIM Business School

Dr Begum Sertyesilisik
Assoc. Prof. at the Istanbul Technical University

Dr. Nebojša Pavlović
Professor, University Kragujevac, Serbia

Dr. Sang-Bing Tsai
Prof., School of Business, Dalian University of Technology, Panjin, 124221, China; Prof., Zhongshan Institute, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China; Prof., TEDA College, Nankai University, China

Dr. Amran Awang
Associate Professor/Researcher/Trainer/Consultant, Faculty of Business Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Perlis, 02600 Arau, Perlis, Malaysia

Dr Nishad Navaz
Assistant Professor, Kingdom University, College of Business Administration, Raffia, Bahrain.

Dr. Marwan Mustafa Shammot
Associate Professor in Business Management & Head of Quality& Development Unit, College of Applied Studies &Community Services, King Saud University

Dr.Rajender Kumar
Sr.Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Rajdhani College, University of Delhi, New Delhi; Vice President, Academic Accreditation, International Institute of Marketing Professionals, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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