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Empirical investigation of exchange rate and India's agricultural exports : Cointegration and causality analysis Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb
Tarek Tawfik Alkhteeb,(2016), Empirical investigation of exchange rate and India's   agricultural exports : Cointegration and causality analysis, International Journal of Trade & Commerce , Volume –V, Number -1- January- June 2016, IF=2.813

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Obstacles of Promotional Mix for Tourism in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: An applied study in Al-Kharj Governorate Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Tarek Tawfik Al-Khateeb and Nabil Mohemmed AL-Hazmi, (2016),Obstacles of Promotional Mix for Tourism in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: An applied study in Al-Kharj Governorate, Accepted for publication in Actual Problems of Economics Journal , №1(187) 2017 ( IF=  0.04), (Scopus Journal) dated 29-06-2016

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Strategy of Tourism Promotion in Al-Kharj , Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Nabil Mohemmed AL-Hazmi,and Tarek Tawfik Alkhateeb, (2016), Strategy of Tourism Promotion in Al-Kharj , Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , "International Journal of Economic Research" (ISSN: 0972-9380), Vol.13, No.1 (2016) . (IF = 0.0.015) 

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The Relationship between Exports and Economic Growth in Saudi Arabia, Asian Social Science Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb
Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb, Haider Mahmood and Zafar Ahmad Sultan, (2016), The Relationship between Exports and Economic Growth in Saudi Arabia, Asian Social Science .Canadian  center of science and Education,Vol.12, NO.4 2016. (Scopus Journal) ,IF=0.273,  pp 117-124 .

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Demystifying the impact of university graduate’s core competencies on work performance: A Saudi industrial perspective Sania Khan
Abstract This study aims to investigate whether the graduates’ core competencies are fairly sufficient to get employed and also aims to understand the impact of these employable skill (ES) on work performance (WP). Toward this, a theoretical framework was developed by considering delivery-related competencies (DRCs), interpersonal competencies (IPCs), and strategic competencies (SCs) as independent variables and ESs and WP as predictable variables. The survey was conducted across private companies in Saudi through a questionnaire that received 235 completed responses. A qualitative approach by conducting few interviews were also considered to gain possible value added comments from the respondents. An exploratory factor analysis) using varimax rotation was conducted to evaluate the impact of competencies on ESs and its further effect on WP. The results demonstrated that, though the DRCs and IPCs have low positive significant effect on the overall ESs, the SCs were not able to significantly predict the recent graduates’ ESs. It is also evident that the overall ESs are not significantly predicting the WP. The indirect effect of independent variables on WP through the mediation of ESs were also assessed using AMOS software. The results revealed that ESs have a significant partial mediating effect only between delivery competencies, IPCs, and WP but not with SCs. The findings also provide a deep insight to the national recruiters to consider the competency-based management. The study is limited to understand the fresh graduates’ competencies, so the results cannot be generalized to experienced graduates. Further, few important recommendations were also proposed to...
The economic and energy efficiencies of GCC states: A DEA approach Mohammad Imdadul Haque
The six GCC states share similar economic, geographic and socio-cultural characteristics and also face with similar challenges in terms of energy perspective. This study plans to focus on the economic and energy efficiency of the six GCC states. In the process, the study ranks the GCC states in terms of their efficiency scores. These efficiencies are computed through Data Envelopment Analysis. The economic efficiency is calculated for all six GCC states. Capital and labor are the inputs and GDP is the output. In this survey, Saudi Arabia maintains the highest efficiency score of 0.94, closely followed by Qatar (0.92), Kuwait (0.89), Bahrain (0.83), Oman (0.81) and UAE (0.67). There is a huge gap between the economic efficiency scores of Saudi Arabia and UAE. The environmental efficiency scores are calculated using CO2 emissions as output and electric power consumption and energy as input. Again, the highest efficiency score is for Saudi Arabia (0.91) followed by Oman (0.87), Kuwait and Bahrain have a tie for the 3rd position with a score of 0.74. Finally, the laggards are UAE (0.65) and Qatar (0.62). Again, there is a huge gap between the best and the worst performers. The case of two countries is worth mentioning. Qatar is ranked second in terms of economic efficiency while it was ranked sixth in terms of economic efficiency. Oman was ranked fifth in terms of economic efficiency while it was ranked second in terms of environmental efficiency. Finally, an average of economic and environmental efficiency are taken...
Oil exports and economic growth: An empirical evidence from Saudi Arabia Mohammad Imdadul Haque

Being an oil-based economy, the economic prosperity of Saudi Arabia to a large extent depends upon the international price of crude oil. A substantial portion of public revenue which determine the economic activities of the government comes from oil exports. Oil exports are also important for earning the foreign exchange to fulfill the import requirements of the country. Hence any disturbance in this sector is likely to affect the entire economy of Saudi Arabia. This paper applies Johansen cointegration method to establish long run relationship of economic growth with oil exports, imports and government consumption expenditure. The study finds that economic growth has a positive long run relationship with oil exports, and consumption expenditure of the government. Further, there is a negative long run association between imports and economic growth. Finally, the study recommends regulating imports and intensive efforts to diversify economic base in import substituting industries.

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Cointegration and Causality between Economic Growth, Government Sector and Private Sector in Saudi Arabia Mohammad Imdadul Haque
In an age when oil prices are abysmally low, an important element for sustaining the growth of an oil-dependent economy like Saudi Arabia is to minimize the role of government sector and to encourage the growth of private sector. In fact, this is an important aspect of economic diversification. Empirical studies on analysing the relationship between government sector, private sector and economic growth is missing for Saudi Arabia. Using Johansen test of cointegration for the period 1970-2015, this study finds out that the three variables are cointegrated for Saudi Arabia. The study further indicates that there is a long-run causality running from both government sector and private sector to gross domestic product. This causality is missing in the short run. Finally, the study recommends re-structuring the salaries and taxation in the private sector. ...
Sulphey, M. M. (2017). Game based learning as an aid for extenuating Higher Education Sector issues – The case of Saudi Arabia. International Journal of Simulation, Systems, Science and Technology, 18 (1), 6.1-6.10. https://doi.org/10.5013/IJSSST.a.18.01 Prof. Sulphey M M

The traditional teaching-learning process which focuses on “teacher-directed pedagogical practices”has its own inherent drawbacks. Modern classroom technologies have presented educators the ease of using a variety of resources and tools for course delivery. Game-based learning (GBL) is an effective resource that can help teachers in engaging students having a wide variety of learning styles. It has the capability of enhancing creativity, problem solving, collaboration, achievement orientation, engagement, and a host of other related skills. Higher-education scenarios in Saudi Arabia (KSA), like many other countries, is replete with issues related to student participation and engagement. KSA, having advanced substantially with respect to technology adoption in education, has the required background to adapt GBL. A carefully implemented GBL programme will aid in ensuring student participation and engagement of indigenous students, which is the need of the hour. The present study analyses the possibility of utilizing GBL in dealing with the issues faced by the higher education sector in KSA

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Faisal, S. & Sulphey, M. M. (2018). A Study to Identify the Human Resource Problems as Perceived by Employees of Small and Medium Enterprises Sector in India, Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems, 10(2)7-14 Prof. Sulphey M M

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) enjoy a prime position in any economy. Subsequent to globalization, competitiveness has been established as the predominant factor in the markets. This has taken away all protection henceforth enjoyed by SMEs. Due to acute competition, SMEs are now facing a host of problems, including HR issues. A number of studies have examined various issues pertaining to SMEs. However, HR issues are yet to get the due focus. Though many studies have examined HR issues in SMEs, there exists substantial gap in literature in this area. The present study attempts to address this gap in literature. The study conducted in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India, collected data from a sample of 400 SME employees. Through Factor Analysis, the study has identified four factors that the employees perceive as problems faced by them. It is expected that the present work will trigger more works in the HR issues of SMEs

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