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Variable Selection Using Principal Component Analysis for Retail Shopping Experience in Saudi Arabia (Published in journal indexed in Thomson Reuter Master Journal List) Mohammad Imdadul Haque

Many a formats of retail are now available leading to an increasing competition amongst stores to attract shoppers. In this respect, an understanding of the shopper’s perception towards shopping assumes huge importance. Though worldwide there have been many a studies to study shoppers’ perception but none of them are on the population of Saudi Arabia. �A Principal Component Analysis of the respondents in the city of Al Kharj identifies four broad factors namely service quality, ease of shopping, convenience factor and lastly product variety and quality.�

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Economic Analysis of the Most Important Factors Affecting on the available consumption of red meat in Egypt, طارق توفيق الخطيب

   Economic Analysis of the Most Important Factors Affecting on the available consumption of red meat in Egypt, The Egyptian Association of Agricultural Economics.

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“Production, Consumption and Trade of Cheese in Egypt”. طارق توفيق الخطيب

      “Production, Consumption and Trade of Cheese in Egypt”. Conference for Economics of Food Processing: Liabilities and the Determinants of Processed Foods. Agricultural Economic Department – Alexandra University - Egypt.

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“Comparative and Competitive Advantages of Egyptian Orange Export under Economic Liberalization Policy” طارق توفيق الخطيب

   “Comparative and Competitive Advantages of Egyptian Orange Export under Economic Liberalization Policy”, 2nd International Conference on the Horticulture Science 10–12 September, Kafr El–Sheikh, Tanta University, Egypt.

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mpact of Economic liberalization policy on Potatoes Production and Exports in Egypt طارق توفيق الخطيب

   Impact of Economic liberalization policy on Potatoes Production and Exports in Egypt, 2nd International Conference on the Horticulture Science 10 –12 September, Kafr El–Sheikh, Tanta University, Egypt.

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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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