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Structure and Efficiency of Foreign Egyptian Agricultural Trade under the Economic Liberalization طارق توفيق الخطيب

 Structure and Efficiency of Foreign Egyptian Agricultural Trade under the Economic Liberalization, Minia’s 1st Conference for Agricultural and Environmental, Sciences (MCAES 1st)

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Application of a three dimensional model for effective Knowledge Transfer from Higher Education Institutions to business firms in KSA Abdul Malik Syed
The distribution of knowledge in society has long been a focus of academic attention. Knowledge transfer is a prime objective of both higher education institutions and research institutions, and all work hard to establish research links with companies in all fields of manufacturing and commerce. Industry, too, has realised that there is more to a university than a source of fresh graduates. Higher education has the research knowledge and resources a firm needs to compete effectively. The present study adapts the knowledge transfer model developed in USA to examine the influence of academic community (read as western management ideas) on the management practice of business organizations in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Although the study is limited in its scope, we hope the results will provide some evidence of the degree to which the academic discipline of management shapes decisions of practicing managers in KSA. ...
Corporate Governance محمد نشاد محمد

it a funded study funded by the Deanship of Scientific Research, Salman bin Abdulaziz University

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Benchmarking Study محمد نشاد محمد

This Project is funded by the Deanship of Scientific Research, Salman bin Abdulaziz University.

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Analysis of FDI outflows from India: Pesaron's Approach (Published in SCOPUS indexed journal) Mohammad Imdadul Haque

The purpose of this article is to study outflows of FDI from India and its relationship with inflows of FDI, exports and imports over 1990 through 2007. Using Pesaron's methodology of the paper finds cointegrating relationship between the variables and Granger Causality indicates unidirectional causal relationship between inflow and outflow of FDI from outflow to inflow and between FDI outflow and import from outflow to import while outflow of FDI and export is not found to have any causal relation. These results substantiate on facilitating outflow of capital which would help in the inward flow of capital.

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Introducing Environmental Factors in Human Development Index (Published in SCOPUS indexed journal) Mohammad Imdadul Haque

Environment, besides being an asset, has now become our liability. Common populace distances itself from the cause and effect of environmental factors because of its preoccupation with growth rates. Development indicators like HDI lack environmental considerations. Creating awareness about the rejuvenation of environmental resources is crucial. Introducing important environmental indicators in the national human development reports can serve this purpose.

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Benchmarking Financial Performance of Saudi Banks using Regression Mohammad Imdadul Haque

Assessing the health of an economy can be accomplished by studying the financial  performance of its banks. The hypotheses tested imply that there are significant differences  amongst Saudi banks. The financial performance of banks in Saudi Arabia is studied on the  basis of financial variables and ratios through the help of Spearmans' rank correlation  method. Although, benchmarking performance of banks is done using advanced linear  programming models, this study attempts to develop an efficiency frontier on the basis of  simple linear regression. Albeit certain restrictive assumptions, this study identifies Al Rajhi  bank to be the best bank to which other banks could look up to and justifies this model on the  basis of parsimony.  ...
Attaining Sustainable Development via Carbon Trading: A Feasibility Analysis (Published in SCOPUS indexed journal) Mohammad Imdadul Haque

Environment is an asset which provides for life sustaining systems. As a developing country like India strives for rapid economic growth, its massive poor population will put tremendous strain on the environment. Also, India has huge differences with respect to various socio-economic and environmental factors between its states. While analyzing the validity of the relationship between growth, poverty and environmental factors at the country level this study advocates the application of inter-state carbon trading as a solution to bring compatibility between otherwise conflicting issues of economic growth and environmental conservation. ...
Estimating a Cointegrating Relationship between India's Growth, Investments and Trade Mohammad Imdadul Haque

The paper examines the relationship between domestic investment, export and economic growth in India during 1970-71 to 2007-08. Using Johnson's cointegration methodology the study found the presence of a long term relationship between investment, exports and the economic growth of India. The study further shows that only domestic investment significantly contributes to economic growth both in the long run and in the short run. The export, though, has positive relation with economic growth, its contribution has not been found to be significant. The policy implication is that India should continue to focus on domestic investment while diversifying investment towards promoting export sector through investments in infrastructure. ...
Improve Electronic Government in Saudi Arabia محمد عبدالله الزيد

This research was investigating whether using high information technology tools in Saudi government agencies can create more effective electronic government system. The study was conducted to help the Saudi government agencies increase their services’ quality and decrease their expenses. A review of literature was provided to know the results of related previous studies. To collect the study data, a sample of 840 government employees was randomly selected from customers service department in 21 ministries located in Riyadh. Emailed questionnaires were designed to examine the study’s hypotheses. It was found that the government agencies that use high information technology tools have more effective and reliable electronic government system. On the other hand, the government agencies that use low information technology have less effective and reliable electronic government system. Therefore, it was concluded that there is a positive relationship between using high information technology tolls in government agencies and the effectiveness of their electronic government system.  

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