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Cyber Security Challenges in the internet of things (IoT) environments: Safety, security, and privacy Mohammad

Technology is the key and the force that drives the revolutionary change we see around us everywhere..

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The impact of Business Intelligence (BI) and Decision Support Systems (DSS) Mohammad

The impact of Business Intelligence (BI) and Decision Support Systems (DSS) on the orgnisation and how BI helps orgnisation to make a better decision. 

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Saudi females' buying behavior of green cosmetics: A pertinent motivational aspect Sania Khan
The study investigates which group of Saudi females are more conscious about buying green cosmetic products. It also analyses the relationship between motivational factors (MF), purchase preferences (PP), and tendency towards heath consciousness (THC) in green cosmetic products. A model was developed to understand the influence of independent variables on the dependent variable. MF, PP, and THC were considered as independent variables and purchase of green cosmetic products as dependent variable. A survey was conducted using a survey questionnaire and collected data from 318 Saudi women under three major segments (university students, working women, and non-working women) belonging to various provinces in Saudi Arabia. Multiple regressions in SPSS software were used to analyze the collected data. While the students do not have a significant purchasing capability, housewives lack an informed purchasing decision. However, only the working women are potentially motivated with fair health consciousness and consideration to purchase the green cosmetics. This paper provides an insight for retailers, wholesalers, manufacturers’ green cosmetic industry, policymakers, whole cosmetic industry, and other stakeholders. ...
A comparative analysis of emotional intelligence and intelligence quotient among Saudi business students’ toward academic performance Sania Khan
Understanding the determinants of student learning outcomes and their academic performance is never being easy. Most of the studies examined the impact of emotional intelligence (EI) and intelligence quotient (IQ) on academic performance discretely, and their combined influence was not studied. The study identifies various dimensions of EI and IQ and investigates their impact on university business students’ academic performance comparatively among private and public university students. The data relevant to this study were collected from 416 students of various Business Colleges of Saudi central province universities, using online survey questionnaire. Structural equation modeling analysis using SPSS AMOS was used to evaluate the data. The private students possess a significant IQ, and their academic performance is primarily driven by IQ and with high EI; whereas public sector students possess moderate EI with insignificant IQ levels and tend to perform average in their academics. All the measurement items of EI and IQ explained only 43.6% of variance in public student’s performance and 56.3% in private student’s performance. The study argues the cognitive intelligence is very purposive in academics but narrow in nature and does not extend the horizon of student’s lifelong learning. Therefore, EI is vital and plays a prominent role in supporting their IQ as well. The study is limited to only business students; therefore, findings may not be generalized to other academic domains and for master level students. It suggests to conduct further studies to explore relationship among various exogenous variables. ...
Saudi females' buying behavior of green cosmetics: A pertinent motivational aspect انسا سافاد حمزة حمزة

The study investigates which group of Saudi females are more conscious about buying green cosmetic products. It also analyses the relationship between motivational factors (MF), purchase preferences (PP), and tendency towards heath consciousness (THC) in green cosmetic products. A model was developed to understand the influence of independent variables on the dependent variable. MF, PP, and THC were considered as independent variables and purchase of green cosmetic products as dependent variable. A survey was conducted using a survey questionnaire and collected data from 318 Saudi women under three major segments (university students, working women, and non-working women) belonging to various provinces in Saudi Arabia. Multiple regressions in SPSS software were used to analyze the collected data. While the students do not have a significant purchasing capability, housewives lack an informed purchasing decision. However, only the working women are potentially motivated with fair health consciousness and consideration to purchase the green cosmetics. This paper provides an insight for retailers, wholesalers, manufacturers’ green cosmetic industry, policymakers, whole cosmetic industry, and other stakeholders.

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Movie Promotions through Social Media Platforms: A study on Visibility and Content Sharing Influence through eWOM among Young Moviegoers انسا سافاد حمزة حمزة

Purpose-This study aims to identify how the influence of shared content and visibility of electronic Word of Mouth (eWOM) supports and influence movie promotions through social media among young moviegoers. The major purpose of this study was to analyze and understand the impact of major determining factors relating to the same. The study also aims to derive a conceptual framework to explain the relation with the major factors of eWOM through visibility and content sharing. The study identified three different predictable key variables in relation with the major factors of eWOM that include trust, peer influence and source credibility.Design/methodology/approach-A survey questionnaire was administrated to 184 students of Professional Colleges who constitute the young moviegoers across Kerala, a southern district in India. A Factor Analysis using varimax rotation was conducted to identify and remove unwanted variables that are less influencing and highly substituted with other variables given in general. Findings-First-The results through regression analysis highlighted that both shared content and visibility have an impact on eWOM. At the same time the overall eWOM are not significantly predicting the visibility of shared content. Second,The results of the study will surely provide a deep insight to the marketers to design different strategies to develop content as well as visibility that in turn improve E-WOM. Third-The study also reveals multidimensional scope relating to different other factors pertaining to the visibility and content sharing to enhance the present condition to a better competent structure to improve eWOM.

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A Study On The Motives Of Omani Teachers’ Income Distribution Towards Different Investment Avenues انسا سافاد حمزة حمزة

The present study is conducted to understand the motives of income distribution towards different value-based investments made by the teachers of private as well as public sector colleges and schools in the North Ash Sharqiyah Governorate of Oman. A conceptual framework has been made by the researcher to link the motives of income distribution towards investments. A survey questionnaire was developed and administrated to 200 teachers in the region. The most important finding revealed from this research study is that the majority of the Omani teachers consider investing in dream house or house for rent as their most preferred investment. This will surely act as a long term investment and steady income for the future. With this steady income, they can regularly send their children for better education. But they are not very much aware of the latest or modern investment avenues like shares and securities. Also, it is clear that they distribute their major portion of their income towards the loan, specifically, housing loans. This study also finds the fact that the teachers are more conscious about investing in their child's education. They believe there is a close relationship between the investment on a child's education and wealth generation of a country as a whole. Another insight from the study is higher education of their children is their motive for long term investments. JEL Classification Code: JEL G11

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Demystifying the Environmental Perspectives on Sustainable Marketing in Saudi Arabia انسا سافاد حمزة حمزة

This study investigates the environmental perspective of sustainable marketing in Saudi Arabia, according to the current scenario. Several activities in connection with the development of sustainability towards environmental issues were under priority is being envisaged in Vision 2030 of Saudi Arabia. This study focuses on effective, sustainable marketing initiatives towards the environment to incorporate with businesses and community, in general, to help and protect the environment. A structured questionnaire was used for the study. Validity and reliability of the questionnaire were tested and found a Cronbach alpha value of 0.70. Item to item Correlation Analysis was made and found inter-item relationship. Further Analysis based on Mean, Median, Standard Deviation and t-test was done for this research with three major components. The results of this study revealed a positively significant relationship between environmental perspectives and sustainable marketing. But the t-test revealed no significance. There is no perceptual difference about environmental aspects of sustainable marketing among different demographic factors.

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Enterprise Risk Management at the State University of New York: A Benchmark for Saudi Universities
Testing the Environmental Kuznets Curve in Egypt: Role of Foreign Investment and Trade Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood , Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb  ,  Maham Furqan  and  Mahmoud Mohamad Fawaz(2018) , Testing the Environmental Kuznets Curve in Egypt: Role of Foreign Investment and Trade, International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy (IJEEP) ( under printing )

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Asymmetrical effects of real exchange rate on the money demand in Saudi Arabia: a non-linear ARDL Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood , Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb  Asymmetrical effects of real exchange rate on the money  demand in Saudi Arabia: a non-linear ARDL, PLoS ONE 13(11): e0207598. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0207598( GCR Journal)

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Foreign Direct Investment, Domestic Investment and Oil Price Nexus in Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood, Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb,  Foreign Direct Investment, Domestic Investment and Oil Price Nexus in Saudi Arabia, , International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy (IJEEP), Vol.8,No,3, 2018 , (Scopus Indexed Journal). 

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Green Human Resource Management, Financial Markets and Pollution Nexus in Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb , Nasser Saad Alkahtani, Haider Mahmood , Green Human Resource Management, Financial Markets and Pollution Nexus in Saudi Arabia, International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy (IJEEP), Vol.8,No,3, 2018 , (Scopus Indexed Journal). 

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Assessing the Role of Foreign Labour on Saudi Labour Unemployment in Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb, and Nasser Saad Alkahtani, and Haider Mahmood, Assessing the Role of Foreign Labour on Saudi Labour Unemployment in Saudi Arabia, International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research,2017, VOL.15, Number 22 (Part-III), (Scopus Indexed Journal), IF=0.124 ,

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Oil Revenue, Public Spending, GDP and Employment in Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb, Zafar Ahmad Sultan  and Haider Mahmood and , Oil Revenue, Public Spending, GDP and Employment in Saudi Arabia,  International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 2017, 7(6), 1-5.

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Trade and Environment Nexus in Saudi Arabia: An Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood, and Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb ( 2017) , Trade and Environment Nexus in Saudi Arabia: An Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis , accepted for publication in International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy.

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Impact of Devaluation on Service Sector Exports in Saudi Arabia: Nonlinear ARDL Approach Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood, and Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb and Nawaz Ahamed ,(2017), Impact of Devaluation on Service Sector Exports in Saudi Arabia: Nonlinear ARDL Approach, Economic Economic Annals-XXI, IF=0.243 ISSN 1728-6220 ISSN 1728-6239, Issue , September 2017, 165(5-6), 36-40. IF= 0.19

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Oil Price and Employment Nexus in Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb, , Haider Mahmood, Zafar Ahmad Sultan4 , Nawaz Ahmad, (2017),Oil Price and Employment Nexus in Saudi Arabia, International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 2017, 7(3), 1-5, ISSN : 2146-4553, (Scopus Indexed Journal), IF= 0.503, PP277-281

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Trade Openness and Employment Nexus in Saudi Arabia, International Journal of Economic Research (IJER) Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb
Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb, Fa, Haider Mahmood, Zafar Ahmad Sultan, Nawaz Ahmad , Trade Openness and Employment Nexus in Saudi Arabia, International Journal of Economic Research (IJER), Vol.14 September (2017), (Scopus Indexed Journal), IF= 0.1

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Financial Market Development and Employment Nexus in Saudi Arabia "International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb, Haider Mahmood, Zafar andAhmad Sultan, Nawaz Ahmad,(2017), Financial Market Development and Employment Nexus in Saudi Arabia "International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, Vol.15 September (2017), (Scopus Indexed Journal), IF=0.124

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Trade Liberalisation and Inflow of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb
Tarek Tawfik Yousaf Alkhateeb , Zafar Ahmad Sultan,  ,(2017),  Trade Liberalisation and Inflow of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in India "International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, Vol.15 September (2017) , (Scopus Indexed Journal), IF=0.124

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Green Marketing in Saudi Arabia: A Study in Al-Kharj Governorate Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Saji George, Tarek Tawfik Yousaf Alkhateeb, K. Elangchezhian (2017),Green Marketing in Saudi Arabia: A Study in Al-Kharj Governorate, International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, Vol.15  August .(2017) , (Scopus Indexed Journal), IF=0.124 , PP271-284 .

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Egyptian Intra Agriculture Trade with GAFTA Members: Reilly’s Law of Retail Gravitation and Marketing Effects Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood, and Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb, (217),An Estimation of Service Quality in King Khalid Hospital, Saudi Arabia , “International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, Vol.16 (2017 (,(Scopus Indexed Journal), IF=0.124, PP215-224

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Non-Oil Income and Government Support: A Case of Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb ,(2017),Oil-Income, Non-Oil Income and Government Support: A Case of Saudi Arabia, Commercial researches and studies journal, June, college of commerce, Banha university, Egypt, 26-2-2017.

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Egyptian Intra Agriculture Trade with COMESA Trading Partners: A Gravity Model Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood, , Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb, and Nabil melal,(2017), Egyptian Intra  Agriculture Trade with COMESA Trading Partners: A Gravity Model, International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, Vol.  No.  (2016) Ranking: 2015 SJR (SCImago Journal Rank), (Impact Factor= 0.194 ),  2016, 6(S6) PP 177-182.

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Impact of devaluation on Saudi oil exports: The J-Curve analysis” Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood, and Tarek Tawfik Yousef Al Khateeb and Nawaz Ahamed,(2017),Impact of Devaluation on Foreign Trade in Saudi Arabia “International Journal of Applied Business & Economic Research, Vol. 15 (2017). (Scopus Indexed Journal) , IF=0.124, PP13-20

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Testing Asymmetrical Effect of Exchange Rate on Saudi Service Sector Trade: A Non-linear Auto-regressive Distributive Lag Approach Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood, and Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb,92017),Testing Asymmetrical Effect of Exchange Rate on Saudi Service Sector Trade: A Non-linear Auto-regressive Distributive Lag Approach, International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, Vol. 7, No 1 (2017) (Scopus Indexed Journal), IF= 0.186

Ranking: 2015 SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) Score:(Impact Factor= 0.194), 143/269 .

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Impact of devaluation on Saudi oil exports: The J-Curve analysis” Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood, and Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb,(2017), Impact of devaluation on Saudi oil exports: The J-Curve analysis”  “International Journal of Economic Research, Vol.14 (2017). (Scopus Indexed Journal) , IF= 0.1

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Impact of Devaluation on Industrial Exports in Saudi Arabia: J-curve Analysis Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

1)      Haider Mahmood, and Tarek Tawfik Yousef Al Khateeb and Nawaz Ahamed (2017),Impact of Devaluation on Industrial Exports in Saudi Arabia: J-curve Analysis, Actual Problems of Economics Journal, APE(ISSUEE ) 03- March 2017,  IF= 0.04).(Scopus Indexed Journal) ,pp331-341 .

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Egyptian Intra Agriculture Trade with Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa Trading Partners: A Gravity Model Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb
Haider Mahmood, Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb,(2016),  Egyptian Intra Agriculture Trade with Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa Trading Partners: A Gravity Model,

International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 2016, 6(S6) 177-182.pp 177-182.

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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 .

http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ass/article/viewFile/56820/31156

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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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Samsudeen. A. & Sulphey, M. M. (2018). Does Performance Management of Medical Practitioners Stand Apart? International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 10(2), 101-106. Prof. Sulphey M M

A perfect Performance Management (PM) system which recognizes and give due i mportance to human resources are alone are capable of providing a distinct and sustained competitive advantage. PM includes all activities that facilitate the harmonious and strategic blending of individual and organizational objectives. It is capable of delivering sustained success to organisations by developing the capabilities of teams and individuals. The present article examines if the PM for Medical Practitioners are different from that of the general form. A review of the available literature shows that there is indeed a host of differences between PM applicable to Medical Practitioners and the general professionals. This is due to the unique nature of the medical profession and the competencies required to accomplish their tasks in a peerless manner.

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Sulphey, M. M. & Alkahtani, N. S. (2017). 0rganizational ambidexterity as a prelude to corporate sustainability, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues, 7(2), 335-347. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2017.7.2(13) Prof. Sulphey M M

Corporate Sustainability (CS) and Organisational Ambidexterity (OA) are two aspects that are capable of facilitating innovation in business. Though the concepts have been elaborately discussed separately, attempts are yet to be made to find out the association between them and blending of the two. Both CS and OA gathered the attention of social scientists and management experts only recently. However, within a short span of a few decades there has been sufficient accumulation of literature in these challenging areas. While CS involves a host of actions by which organizations strive for financial success, even as they accept the responsibility for their actions and its impacts on a diverse group of stakeholders; OA is the ability of an organisation to simultaneously explore and exploit, enabling it to succeed at adaption over time rather than pursing limited activities. The present paper attempts to find out the similarities and associations between CS and OA. It is expected, that the present work will add to the existing body of literature about the two concepts, and provide inputs for further research in this new and exciting area.

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Sulphey, M. M., AlKahtani, N. S. & Syed, A. M. (2018). Relationship Between Admission Grades and Academic Achievement, The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues, 5(3), http://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.5.3(17). Prof. Sulphey M M

The predictive validity of standardized eligibility test for college admissions is a matter of debate and controversy. Standardized admission test came into vogue in the later part of the previous century. It gained traction due to various reasons. The main reason for this is the heterogeneity of high school GPA and the inherent drawbacks of teacher made tests. Often teacher-made tests fail to follow the basic rules of test construction, and are hence considered to be of poor quality. Standardized admission tests came to be widely accepted due to its presumed scientific predictive validity. Though number of studies has examined the predictive validity of standardized admission tests with respect to various health courses, there is a gap in literature with respect to business students. This study examined the relationship between the admission grades (high school GPA and GAT) of Saudi college students and their academic achievement. The result of the study points towards a strong relationship between the two variables.

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Sulphey, M. M. & Al-Kahtani, N. S. (2018). Academic Excellence of Business Graduates through Nudging: Prospects in Saudi Arabia, International Journal of Innovation and Learning, 24(1), 98-114. http://doi:10.1504/IJIL.2018.10013022 Prof. Sulphey M M

Globally academic excellence and quality education is receiving paramount importance. With innovations in methodology of teaching and rapid changes in technologies, delivering quality education has become easy. Nudging is a tool that is now used globally to enhance academic excellence. Nudge is defined as ' any attempt at influencing people's judgment, choice or behavior in a predictable way (1) made possible because of cognitive biases in individual and social decision-making posing barriers for people to perform rationally in their own interest, and (2) working by making use of those biases as an integral part of such attempts.' It is used in business and by governments of welfare states to change behaviour of the masses. The study reviews a few successful implementations of nudges in academic filed, and explores the possibility of utilising it in Saudi education sector to solve a few compelling problems faced by it. A few suggestions to this effect are also provided.

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Determinants of Economic Growth in Saudi Arabia: An Economic Analysis using Vector Error Correction (VEC) Model Mohammad Imdadul Haque

Saudi Arabia is one of the major oil producing and exporting countries of the world. In recent years, it has been taking measures to diversify its economy. It has also been spending a lot on education in recent years. Under this situation, it is important to analyze and determine what are the major factors that impact Saudi Arabia's economic growth? Econometric analysis using co-integration shows a long-run equilibrium relationship between gross domestic product as dependent variable and three variables namely gross fixed capital formation, exports and imports as explanatory variables. Moreover, estimated long-run relationship shows that while gross fixed capital formation and exports boost up gross domestic product, imports cause a fall in it in the long-run. Public expenditure on education does not have any significant impact on gross domestic product. The results of Vector Error Correction Model validates that there is a long-run equilibrium relationship between the above mentioned four variables in Saudi Arabia. Granger Causality/Block Erogeneity Wald Tests show that gross fixed capital formation and exports cause growth ingross domestic product in the short-run as well.

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Telecommunication Sector of Saudi Arabia: Internal and External Analysis Mohammad Imdadul Haque

Telecommunication sector plays a vital role in development of any economy. This study takes a holistic approach of studying the sales, financial performance, customer satisfaction and service quality. A comparative study of the three major telecom service providers is planned here. Financial performance of service providers indicates STC as the best, while Zain currently has the highest net sales. Overall customer satisfaction is much lower in the telecommunication sector. Also, customers' perception about the quality of service is lower than the expectations in terms of all the dimensions of SERVQUAL. But, the results indicate that there is neither any significant difference between the satisfaction of customers from their respective service providers nor there is any significant difference between aspects of service quality of different service providers. This is both a problem and opportunity for this sector. Increasing quality of services would lead to increase in customer satisfaction and finally increase sales and profits.

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Farmers' Sensitivity to Crop Loss: Evidence From India Mohammad Imdadul Haque

This study analyses farmer's sensitivity to crop yield loss in India. The four prominent reasons identified are: drought; disease; natural causes and others, among which drought appears to be the major issue. The farmers who had small landholdings and lacked irrigation facilities, assets, credit and technical guidance were more at loss. The crop loss severity and its region at agro-ecosystem level has also been analysed and it was found that across all ecosystems, arid area experiences more crop loss followed by rainfed, costal, irrigated and hills & mountain. Arid and rainfed agro-ecosystems are worse hit by inadequate rainfall and while coastal and hills & mountain are more risky due to insect/disease/animal. In case of irrigated ecosystem both inadequate rainfall and insect/disease/animal come out as credible threat and emerge as major reasons for crop loss. Insurance could be one possible ways to mitigate the impact of climate change on agriculture.

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Sales Force Management MURAMALLA VENKATA SAI SRINIVASA RAO RAO

Because of bifercation of states such as Andhra Pradesh and Telangana in India based on linguistic backgrounds of both states, the promotion of products in these two markets was become difficult in the context of personal selling.  Sales force of these two states would confront some problems of language.  A research is needed to identify the barriers of communication between sales force and customers in these two states. 

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Intraday Return Volatility in Saudi Stock Market: An Evidence from Tadawul All Share Index (TASI) Stocks Abdul Rahman Shaik

The market microstructure explains the association between the trading volume and stock price (return) movements. The flow of new information into the market affects these movements, hence causing return volatility. There are two important theories that study the association between the trading volumes and return volatility of stocks, one is the Sequential Information Arrival Hypothesis (SIAH), and the other is Mixture of Distribution Hypothesis (MDH). the literature found returns on Saudi stock market featured with volatility clustering where the distribution of returns is not normal. Moreover, the Saudi stock market is sensitive to fluctuations in the stock market. Furthermore, most of the research on stock market volatility has been found in the western world, and the number of studies in this area are less in Saudi context. The study of intraday stock volatility by employing E-GARCH model and establishing lead-lag relationships between volume and returns might capture the market fluctuations in a better manner. The study expects that the TASI stocks follow a sequential pattern since there is an expectation of lead – lag pattern between them.  It can also be expected that larger changes in volatility are followed by large price change in stocks, and vice-versa. Further, it is expected that the returns on Saudi stock market follow a non-normal distribution pattern, and the market volatility is found to be consistent. The study of stock market volatility in Saudi stock market is of utmost significance to market investors and treasury managers. The results of the current study might add...

Sulphey, M. M. (2017). Towards sustainable forest management through enhancing safety of nature. Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues, 6 (4): 703–710. http://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2017.6.4(14) Prof. Sulphey M M

Human-animal conflict is a major issue in human settlements around forests. Only sustainable forest development will help in mitigating this malady. The repercussions of human-animal conflict are far reaching and are mostly irreparable in nature. Depletion of forests and forest resources are a freighting reality. Extinction of many species, especially large carnivores stare on our faces. A positive attitudinal change towards sustainable development of forests will go a long way in its conservation. A few meaningful and whole hearted steps will facilitate harmonious human animal co-existence. The paper presents the unique story of peaceful co-existence of humans and wild animals in the Jawai forest region of Rajasthan, India. It also provides a few suggestions that can secure the peaceful co-existence of humans and wildlife.

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Sulphey, M. M. & Al Kahtani, N. S. (2017). Economic security and sustainability through social entrepreneurship: the current Saudi scenario, Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 6 (3), 479–490. http://dx.doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2017.6.3(12) Prof. Sulphey M M

Economic security of each country is determined by array of different factors. Some factors seem obvious and are measurable, while other factors, such as entrepreneurship and, especially social entrepreneurship, are tacit and hard to measure. Anyway, social entrepreneurship is accepted globally as a bridge between business and benevolence. It attempts to find solution to local sustainability issues that are normally not addressed by traditional organizations. The problems faced by the Middle East society in general and Saudi Arabia in particular is unique in nature. Most of such problems cannot be addressed by the Government or the traditional organisations. The utility of social entrepreneurship arises here. There are many social enterprises in Saudi Arabia that have succeeded in nurturing a band of new leaders who are attempting to enhance the region's global competitiveness, with a social touch. The present paper presents a few social entrepreneurs who have made their mark in Saudi society, and provides suggestions for nurturing and sustaining social entrepreneurships.

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An Economic Analysis of Development and Structure of the Foreign Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Tarek Alkhteeb, Sarhan, A., A., Soliman, Roshdy S. Eladawy, An Economic Analysis of Development and Structure of the Foreign Total Intra-Arab Trade. Scientific Research , An Academic publisher , Scientific Research publishing , Vol.7 NO.1 2016  , Published Online January 2016 in SciRes. doi, http://www.scirp.org/Journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=63125,(Impact Factor=o,65)

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The Relationship between Exports and Economic Growth in Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Tarek Tawfik Yousef Alkhateeb, Haider Mahmood and Zafar Ahmad Sultan, 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)

http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ass/article/viewFile/56820/31156

http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ass/article/view/56820/31156

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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 El – Khateeb and Nabil Mohemmed AL-Hazmi, 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, ,(  impact factor: 0.04), (Scopus Journal) dated 29-06-2016

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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 El – Khateeb, 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 .

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Impact of devaluation on Saudi oil exports: The J-Curve analysis Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood, and Tarek Tawfik El – Khateeb  ,  Impact of devaluation on Saudi oil exports: The J-Curve analysis”  “International Journal of Economic Research, Vol.14 (2017). (Scopus Indexed Journal) .

https://www.econjournals.com/index.php/ijefi/article/view/3248

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Impact of Devaluation on Foreign Trade in Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood, and Tarek Tawfik El – Khateeb  and Nawaz Ahamed“Impact of Devaluation on Foreign Trade in Saudi Arabia “International Journal of Applied Business & Economic Research, Vol. 15 (2017). (Scopus Indexed Journal) .

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Testing Asymmetrical Effect of Exchange Rate on Saudi Service Sector Trade: A Non-linear Auto-regressive Distributive Lag Approach Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood, and Tarek Tawfik El – Khateeb  ,Testing Asymmetrical Effect of Exchange Rate on Saudi Service Sector Trade: A Non-linear Auto-regressive Distributive Lag Approach, International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, Vol 7, No 1 (2017) (Scopus Indexed Journal)

https://www.econjournals.com/index.php/ijefi/article/view/3248/pdf

Ranking: 2015 SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) Score:(Impact Factor= 0.194), 143/269 .

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Oil-Income, Non-Oil Income and Government Support: A Case of Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Tarek Tawfik El – Khateeb  ,Oil-Income, Non-Oil Income and Government Support: A Case of Saudi Arabia, Commercial researches and studies journal, June, college of commerce, Banha university, Egypt, 26-2-2017.

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Egyptian Intra Agriculture Trade with GAFTA Members: Reilly’s Law of Retail Gravitation and Marketing Effects Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Tarek Tawfik Yousaf Alkhateeb,Ahmed Suhail Ajina, Saji George, Haider Mahmood, Egyptian Intra Agriculture Trade with GAFTA Members: Reilly’s Law of Retail Gravitation and Marketing Effects, Tarek Tawfik Yousaf Alkhateeb,Ahmed Suhail Ajina, Saji George, Haider Mahmood ( under Reviewing process) .

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An Estimation of Service Quality in King Khalid Hospital, Saudi Arabia . Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Haider Mahmood, and Tarek Tawfik El – Khateeb, An Estimation of Service Quality in King Khalid Hospital, Saudi Arabia .(under Reviewing process)

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ARE EXPORTS AND IMPORTS OF SAUDI ARABIA COINTEGRATED? AN EMPIRICAL STUDY (PUBLISHED IN SCOPUS) Mohammad Imdadul Haque
The objective of this study is to examine the long run cointegration between exports and imports of Saudi Arabia from 1968-2013. Using Johnson’s approach of cointegration, this study finds that exports and imports converge towards equilibrium in the long run implying that the trade policy is being managed well as per its comparative advantage and there is both long run and short run causality running from exports to import. This study prominently improves upon the results of the only other study on Saudi Arabia (to the author’s best of knowledge) by including the Vector Error Correction Model (VECM). This study also advocates caution while using EViews6 with smaller datasets. ...
"The Perception of Socially Responsible Banking: How the Perception of CSR Influences Loyalty via Value Creation" Ahmed Suhail Ajina

This research intends to investigate the perception of socially responsible banks in Saudi setting and how it affects different aspects of consumers’ behaviours (i.e. consumers’ expectation, perceived values, and loyalty). The development of this research was based on CSR literature and an exploratory research interviewing CSR managers of local banks in Saudi Arabia. An online questionnaire survey will be distributed to banks’ consumers in Saudi Arabia to test their perception of corporate social responsibility (CSR) based Carroll’s (1991) framework. This paper aims to contribute to the limited literature about theperception social responsible banking in general and the perception of CSR in Saudi setting. This empirical study will offer deep understanding of the values that consumers gain from dealing with responsible businesses. As the concept of CSR is relatively new in Saudi Arabia, this may lead to some difficulties while answering the survey.

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WTO and Saudi Exports Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

WTO and Saudi Exports  , International Journal of Academic Research Part B; 2014; 6(3), (ISI Journal) .

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Performance and Determinants of Saudi Exports under International Economical Variables Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

DR. Tarek Alkhteeb and others , Performance and Determinants of Saudi Exports under International Economical Variables  Accepted for publishing in Commercial researches  and studies journal , June 2014,  college of commerce , Banha university , Egypt .

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Employee Satisfaction Amongst non-teaching Staff in Higher Educational Institution in Saudi Arabia: A Case Study of Salman Bin Abdul Aziz University , Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Employee Satisfaction Amongst non-teaching Staff in Higher Educational Institution in Saudi Arabia: A Case Study of Salman Bin Abdul Aziz University ,

Dr. George Saji,  Dr. Alkhateeb Tarek T and  Dr. Intezar Tariq Mohammad, BRIS Journal of Adv. S & T (ISSN. 0971-9563) www.brisjast.com Vol. 2(3) pp:120-126- paper is available at http://brisjast.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/May-13-14.pdf

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“Role of Small-Size Projects in the Economic Development of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – An applied study on Al-Kharj governorate. Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

“Role of Small-Size Projects in the Economic Development of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – An applied study on Al-Kharj governorate. Journal of Agricultural Researches, Kafer-al-Sheikh University, Egypt, June 2014.

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Role of women in economic development in Saudi Arabia: a case study of Al-kharj Governorate. Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Tarek T. ALkhteeb, Zafar A. Sultan. Role of women in economic development in Saudi  Arabia: a case study of Al-kharj Governorate. International Journal of Academic Research Part B; 2014; 6(3),  http://ijar.lit.az/en.php?go=may2014

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Determinants of Competitive Advantage of Marketing of Dates inside and outside of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia” Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Determinants of Competitive Advantage of Marketing of Dates inside and outside of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia” Journal of Business and Economics , Faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University,  Cairo, Egypt, ISSN,1110-1008  ,  January  2014,Egypt.

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Determinants of competitive Advantages of Dates Exports : An Applied study on Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Determinants of competitive Advantages  of  Dates Exports : An Applied study on Saudi Arabia , International Journal of Economics and Finance , vol.6,No. 4, April 2014, http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ijef/article/view/33089

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Imported Inflation in K.S.A Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Imported Inflation in K.S.A,  Accepted for Publishing  in Journal of Business and Economics , Faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University,  Cairo, Egypt, ISSN,1110-1008  ,  January  2014, Egypt.

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Role of Emerging Universities in Achieving the Economic Development in K.S.A (An Applied Study on “Salman bin Abdulaziz University Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Role of Emerging Universities in Achieving the Economic Development in K.S.A (An Applied Study on “Salman bin Abdulaziz University, Journal of Faculty of Commerce ,Tanta University , Egypt , Vol. 4, 2013 .

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Job Satisfaction Among University Teachers of Saudi Arabia:: Arabia: An Empirical Study Of Salman Bin Abdul Aziz University” Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Job Satisfaction Among University Teachers of Saudi Arabia:: Arabia: An Empirical Study Of Salman Bin Abdul Aziz University”

Saji Geeorge, Tarek Intzar and Tarek Alkhteeb : Job Satisfaction Among University Teachers of Saudi Arabia:: Arabia: An Empirical Study Of Salman Bin Abdul Aziz University” Dr. Saji George, Dr. Tarek Tawfik Alkhateeb, and Dr. Mohammad Tariq Intezar has been accepted in International Journal of Trade and Commerce-IIARTC ,July-December 2013, Volume 2, No. 2 ,ISSN-2277-5811(Print), 2278-9065(Online)

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Determinants of Inflation in Saudi Arabia: ARDL Model. Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

 Determinants of Inflation in Saudi Arabia: ARDL Model.  the 3rd IMBP 2013 International Conference (organized by SMBS India in Collaboration with SMBS Canada) to be held in Hotel Le Grand, Haridwar (U.K.) during June 15 to 16, 2013. http://smbscanada.com/pdf/4TH ICMBS.pdf

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Economic and Social Impacts of Goods Rising Prices: Case of Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Economic and Social Impacts of Goods Rising Prices: Case of     Saudi Arabia,  International Journal of Arts & Sciences (IJAS) conference for academic disciplines which will be held at the Katholische Akademie der Erzdiozese Freiburg, Winterers 1, 79104 Freiburg, USA.

http://universitypublications.net/ijbms/0301/pdf/DE3C31.pdf

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Economic and Social Impacts of Goods Rising Prices in Saudi Arabia Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Economic and Social Impacts of Goods Rising Prices in Saudi Arabia , Journal of College of Commerce– Tanta University,  Vol.(2) No.(2), 2013, Egypt. 

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Minimum Wages to private Sector in KSA Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Minimum Wages to private Sector in KSA , Journal of College of Commerce– Tanta University, Egypt  , Vol.(2) No.(2), 2012, Egypt. 

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Environmental issues and sustainable development: a cross-section study” Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Environmental issues and sustainable development: a cross-section study”, Journal of Business and Economics , Faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University,  Cairo, Egypt, ISSN,1110-1008  , December 2012,Egypt.

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Structure, performance efficiency and determinants of Saudi Non-Oil exports Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

 Structure, performance efficiency and determinants of Saudi Non-Oil exports –Scientific Journal for Economic & commerce , Faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University,  Cairo, Egypt, ISSN,1110-1008  ,Vol.(2), April, 2013. Egypt.

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Structure, performance efficiency and determinants of Saudi Non-Oil exports Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

 Structure, performance efficiency and determinants of Saudi Non-Oil exports –Scientific Journal for Economic & commerce , Faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University,  Cairo, Egypt, ISSN,1110-1008  ,Vol.(2), April, 2013. Egypt.

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14) Extended Problems/Solutions Mapping of the HRD for Improving Employee Efficiency Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Extended Problems/Solutions Mapping of the HRD for Improving Employee Efficiency, An International Research Journal of Amity International Business School, Amity Global HRM Review Volume 1, No, 1 September 2011 . India. 

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14) Extended Problems/Solutions Mapping of the HRD for Improving Employee Efficiency Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Extended Problems/Solutions Mapping of the HRD for Improving Employee Efficiency, An International Research Journal of Amity International Business School, Amity Global HRM Review Volume 1, No, 1 September 2011 . India. 

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Determinant factors of growth in Egyptian Economy Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Determinant factors of growth in Egyptian Economy – Arab Agricultural Economy Journal, 2011, Egypt

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Determinant factors of growth in Egyptian Economy Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Determinant factors of growth in Egyptian Economy – Arab Agricultural Economy Journal, 2011, Egypt

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Determinant factors of growth in Egyptian Economy Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Determinant factors of growth in Egyptian Economy – Arab Agricultural Economy Journal, 2011, Egypt

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12) World Bank and HRD in India: With Reference to Education Sector, International Journal of SWOT :A quarterly Journal (IJOBS) India(2011) Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

World Bank and HRD in India: With Reference to Education Sector, International Journal of SWOT :A quarterly Journal (IJOBS) India(2011)

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11) Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in KSA: A Causality Test. Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in KSA: A Causality Test. Commercial & Financial Journal, College of Commerce – Tanta University, December 2010, Egypt

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10) Competitive Ability of Egyptian cotton In Japanese Market, King Saud University Journal for Management Science,2011. KSA. Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

 Competitive Ability of Egyptian cotton In Japanese Market, King Saud University Journal for Management Science,2011. KSA.

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9) Green Marketing in India-A Market Based Approach -Paper accepted for presentation and publication in Knowledge Festival in International Conference on Management Practices for Sustainable Growth (ICMPSG) Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Green Marketing in India-A Market Based Approach  -Paper accepted for presentation and publication in Knowledge Festival in International Conference on Management Practices for Sustainable Growth (ICMPSG) July 28-30,2010. Chennai, India.

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8) The Threat of Water Shortage in Egypt- Challenges and opportunities Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

The Threat of Water Shortage in Egypt- Challenges and opportunities , Kyousi studies ,Japan,2010, Volume 4, No. 1  pp 210 – 24.

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7) Information Economy and E-commerce (Lessons from Japanese Experience) Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Information Economy and E-commerce (Lessons from Japanese Experience) Jamia Hamdard  Hamdard  Nagar, New Delhi-110062, National Conference on Recent Development in Computing and its Application 2009 (NCRDCA, 09) August 12-13, 2009.India.

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6) Financial Crisis and Its Impacts on the Egyptian Foreign Trade Sector (Agricultural Aspects), Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

Financial Crisis and Its Impacts on the Egyptian Foreign Trade Sector (Agricultural Aspects), Conference of Agricultural Economics, 14-15 October 2009, Egypt

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Research MOHAMED . .

Saudi Telecom Company, Riyadh, K.S.A. 12/2011 – 4/2012

o Employee Motivation and Engagement, HR & Organization Development consulting project

 Executive Financial Planning Company, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. 1/2012 – 4/2012

o Improving Customer Service skills, Training project

 University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. 8/2011 – 12/2011

o Peer Group Mentoring, HR & Organization Development consulting project

 Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A. 1/2011 – 5/2011

o Developing Strategic and Competitive plan, Strategic Management consulting project

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Assessing the adequacy of SERVQUAL dimensions in Retail Banking (Published in journal indexed in Thomson Reuter Master Journal List) Mohammad Imdadul Haque

Customer satisfaction is undoubtedly determined by service quality.� Service quality is measured through a gap analysis of five dimensions of reliability, responsiveness, tangibility, assurance and empathy in one of the most commonly acknowledged models, namely SERVQUAL. But price also does impact customer satisfaction. Using factor analysis the importance of pricing aspect can be gauged. This study proposes the introduction of pricing dimensions into SERVQUAL and provides scope for future research with the modified model

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Segmenting shoppers in Saudi Arabia demographically in terms of store preference (Published in journal indexed in Thomson Reuter Master Journal List) Mohammad Imdadul Haque

Demography does play a role in choosing the type of store. The study aims to categorize the demographic traits of shoppers in Saudi Arabia with respect to preference of stores. A discriminant analysis of sample respondents points that nationality, education and employment are more likely to result in the person preferring supermarkets and hypermarkets markets while age has effect on preferring small and local convenience stores. �This study recommends supermarkets and hypermarkets to improve upon by making their stores more comfortable for aged shoppers

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Customer's Satisfaction and Retail Banking in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Published in SCOPUS indexed journal) Mohammad Imdadul Haque

Customers’ satisfaction is crucial for banks’ success. This study analyzes the present levels of satisfaction and attempts to identify the factors which could lead to differentiation amongst banks. The purpose of this study is to provide insights that would help the management to evaluate and re-design its current strategies in order to retain and expand its customer’s base in today's competitive environment. The study identifies that the preference for a particular bank depends on employee behaviour and customer service; services like payment of government fees, bills and traffic fines; quick redress of customer grievances and complaints. Also, nationality, age group and educational levels are the three factors which account for significant difference amongst respondents in terms of the level of satisfaction derived from banking services.

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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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“Inflation Gaps and Sustainability of the Euro Zone: What do the Monetary Conditions Indexes Tell Us ?” Revue d’économie financière (Journal indexed in EconLit), (in French), N° 100, 2010, nabil farah maalel

“Change policy in Tunisia”, Central Bank of Tunisia, april 2012.

“Regionnal Development in Tunisia”, contribution to the elaboration of the White Paper, Ministry of  Regional Development , 2011.  

“Comparative Competiveness indicators : Analysis with Principal Components”, (in French), Working paper of PS2D, 2010. 

“Regional Trade Agreement and Globalization : Global Issues”, (in French), Working Paper PS2D, 2008.

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Funded Research Projects Sponsored By Our University Dr.Mohammad Rishad Faridi

"Food security as a prelude to sustainability:  A case study in the agricultural sector, its impacts on the Al Kharj community in the Kingdom of  Saudi Arabia ​"

"An empirical study of student's activities after university hour at Salman Bin Abdulaziz University,Al-Kharj"

"A introduction to Student Quality Circle at management department at college of business administration,Salman Bin Abdulaziz University,Al-Kharj,Kingdom of Saudi Arabia"

"The empirical study of perception,expectation and satisfaction level of consumers regarding paint industry in Al-Kharj region"

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Economic Analysis of the Most Important Factors Affecting on the available consumption of red meat in Egypt, Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

   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”. Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

      “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” Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

   “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 Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

   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 Tarek Tawfik Yousef El - Khateeb

 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 Dr. 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. ...
A Comparison of Financial Performance in Textile Industry R. B. Sharma
Ranking of Saudi Banks using CRAMEL Model R. B. Sharma

International Academic Research Journal of Economics and Finance,

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Factors That Affect the Profitability of the Conventional Bank and Shariah Bank in UAE R. B. Sharma

International Academic Research Journal of Economics and Finance

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Practicing of Human Resources Accounting in Infosys Limited R. B. Sharma

European Journal of Commerce and Management Research (EJCMR)

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Emotional Intelligence at Workplace: A Psychological Review Zafrul Allam Mohammad

Global Management Review

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Influence of School and Home Environment on Academic stress: A Study of Public and Private Sector Schools of Eritrea Zafrul Allam Mohammad

IIMT Journal of Higher Education

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Stressful life events, vulnerable to stress and depression among Eritrean high school students. Zafrul Allam Mohammad

IFE PsychologIA: An International Journal.19 (2)

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Evaluation of Educational, Social and Psychological Problems of College Students: A Case Study of King Faisal University of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Zafrul Allam Mohammad

Journal of American Science, 9(5),

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Corporate Governance MOHAMMAD NAUSHAD MOHAMMAD

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

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Benchmarking Study MOHAMMAD NAUSHAD MOHAMMAD

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

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Research projects funded by University Teg Alam
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

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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A Comparison of Financial Performance in Textile Industry R. B. Sharma
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