Shortlisted Delegates

Conference Title                            6th Academic International Conference on Business, Marketing and Management
Conference Dates                         21st-23rd May 2018 
Deadline for abstract/proposal    23rd April 2018 
Conference Venue                         University of Cambridge, Newnham College, Cambridge, United Kingdom
                                                                            Updated on 25th April 2018

1.       Mr. Mastone L.K. Mbewe, Lecturer, University of Malawi, An Exploration of Religious Education Teaching  Experiences as an Academic Subject in Malawi Secondary Schools. 

2.       Ms. Ashmita Nahar, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Building Virtual Dominions in Indian Markets: Comparative Study of Amazon Vs Ebay. 

3.       Dr. Yvonne Otubea Otchere, Lecturer, University of Ghana, Breast Disorders and Africultural coping strategies: An exploratory study among breast cancer patients in Ghana. Co-Author(s): Emmanuel Dziwornu

4.       Ms. Falak Mujtaba, Doctoral Student, University of Toronto, Social Deconstruction of Disloyalty: Bill C-24 and the Racial Ordering of Muslim Citizenship in Canada. 

5.       Ms. Grazianne-Geneve Mendoza, Student, University of the Philippines Diliman, Panukat ng Ginhawa sa Buhay ng Tao (Measurement of Ginhawa in People’s Lives): Establishing Reliability, Validity and Factor Structure. Co-Author(s): Mr. Paul Nyray Antolino, Student; Ms. Elysia Faye Santos, Student; and Ms. Hanceely Marxell Villa, Student

6.       Ms. Sumaira Hamid, Teaching Fellow, Lahore School of Economics, Modeling Determinants of Financial Management Behavior of Working Women: Evidence from Developing Country. 

7.       Mr. Muhammad Mukarram, PhD Scholar, Superior University, Re-Conceptualizing 'Rational Expectancy' Through; Evolutionary Psychology, Anthropology, Behavioral Genetics and Neuropsychology. Co-Author(s): Ms. Asra Maqbool, PhD Scholar, Taylor's University, Malaysia

8.       Mrs. Noor Us Sabah, Assistant Professor, Shiblee College for Women, Roles of Sufi Women in Humanity, Welfare and Nation Development. 

9.       Dr. Abdul Haque, Associate Professor, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Stock Market Volatility and Transmission: Pakistan vs Emerging and Developed stock markets. 

10.   Ms. Nikita Nahata, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Role of microfinancing in women empowerment in India. 

11.   Dr. Taksika Chachvarat, Chief of Office Quality Development Journal, Boromarajonani College of Nursing, The Development of Guidelines to Promote The Valuable Living in Elderly. 

12.   Ms. Nidhi Shah, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Marketing Strategies for Private Schools in India. 

13.   Dr. Victor Gimba Kyari, Associate Professor, Kaduna State University, Knowledge, Attitude and Perception of Parents on Maternity, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) in Kaduna State: A Qualitative Assessment. 

14.   Dr. Melle Starsen, Associate Professor, Upper Iowa University, “Sang Noir:” The Cult Director and Death to Postmodernism – the Films of Rodriguez, Soderbergh, and Tarantino. 

15.   Mr. Abubakar Sadiq Abdullahi, Lecturer, Aminu Saleh College of Education Azare, Determinants of Entrepreneurial Intention Among Youth Corp Members in North East Nigeria. 

16.   Prof. Yuhong Zhao, Associate Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China and International Climate Governance. 

17.   Dr. Najmuddin Rasul, Lecturer, Andalas University, Trends Changing of Political Participation of Young Voters in Indonesia. 

18.   Ms. Maarij Shakoor, Lecturer, Government College Women University, Trauma and Existential Dilemma in "The Collaborator" by Mirza Waheed: A study of Traumatic Narratology and Desensitisation. Co-Author(s):  Prof. Sadia Waheed

19.   Dr. Albina Balidemaj, Faculty, Rochester Institute of Technology, Acculturation and ethnic identity. 

20.   Mrs. Maria Carina Gasang, Instructor, Adventist University of the Philippines, Accessibility and utilization of library resources by teachers in secondary schools of the Seventh-day Adventist in Luzon Area: Basis for a proposed information literacy program. 

21.   Prof. Priscilla Menezes Silva, Ph.D. Student, State University of Rio de Janeiro, How the latest labor reform affects employees complaints and benefits  business partners in Brazil. 

22.   Mr. Sami Ullah, Lecturer, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Entrepreneurial Ecosystem and Performance of SMEs in Pakistan. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Steve Bradley, Professor

23.   Dr. Nto Philips Okpo Okore, Lecturer, Abia State College of Education (Technical), Evaluation of Performance Differentials of Students in Both Public and Private Secondary Schools in Abia State, Nigeria. 

24.   Dr. Waziri H Dahiru, Chief Lecturer, Aminu Saleh College of Education, Students’ Perception of their Reliable Alliance through Participation in Intramural Sports in Colleges of Education in Nigeria. 

25.   Dr. Jabulani Owen Nene, Lecturer, University of South Africa, An Analysis of lectures’ Politeness Strategy and Student’s compliance within an ODL environment within the HE in South Africa. 

26.   Mr. Ayeni Ayodele Olaiya, Lecturer I, College of Education, Hygiene Practice: A Key Factor in Limiting Outbreak of Food Poisoning in Hospitality Industry. 

27.   Dr. Sabiu Salihu Malam, Senior Lecturer, Umaru Ali Shinkafi Polytechnic, Relationship Between Performance appraisal, Ethical climate and Organizational performance, The Missing Link: Evidence from Nigeria. Co-Author(s):  Sabiu Salihu Malam

28.   Mr. Hardianto Djanggih, Lecturer, Muslim Indonesia of University, The Effectiveness of Law Enforcement on Child Protection for Cybercrime Victims in Indonesia. Co-Author(s):  Dr. Hambali Thalib, Professor; Dr Hamza Baharuddin, Assistant Professot; and Nurul Qamar, Associate Professor

29.   Mr. Zain Mohammad Sulaiman, Research Scholar, Aligarh Muslim University, Alternative Assessment in Business English Classrooms: Study of Management Students in India. Co-Author(s):  Prof. Shabana Hameed

30.   Mr. Nikolaos Papanikolaou, Accountant, National Library of Greece, Intel and Microsoft Examining the Relationship of Competing Complements using Game Theory. 

31.   Dr. Penelope Quick, Lecturer, University of South Hertfordshire, Bridging the chasm: On literature as language and language as literature. 

32.   Dr. Saidi Adedeji Adelekan, Lecturer, Mountain Top University, Examining the Influence of Knowledge Management on Organizational Performance of Cadbury Nigeria Plc.. 

33.   Mrs. Wasila Lawan Gadanya, Lecturer II, Yusuf Maitama Sule University, Problems of learning and correct realizations of English vowel sounds in Nigeria: Mother-tongue interference or orthography problem?. 

34.   Dr. Hafiz Mushtaq Ahmad, Professor, Bahria University Islamabad, Influence of Networking on Female Entrepreneurship in Patriarchal Societies: Empirical evidence regarding Role of Cultural effect as moderator. Co-Author(s): Shazia Mushtaq (Faculty Beaconhouse School System)

35.   Ms. Shyama Gokani, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Distinctiveness in Communication Strategies of MNCs to Target Branded Cosmetic Markets - India vs USA. 

36.   Ms. Priyanshi Shah, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, The potential of social media in talent hunt in Indian markets. 

37.   Dr. Carolyn Keene, Senior Lecturer, Centreville Community College, Causes of antisocial and violent behaviour in rural villages. 

38.   Dr. Dirk Gently, Assistant Professor, Western College of Language Studies, Avisual fictional representations of rural life: A case study. 

39.   Dr. Kamilya Karabayeva, Assistant Professor, Kazakh University of International Relations and World Languages, Professional Communicative Competence in the Digital Age. 

40.   Mrs. Dorte Kardel, CEO, ECO House, Does certification of management systems (ISO 9001, ISO 14001 etc) really meet business expectations?. 

41.   Mr. Yekini Yisa, Chief Lecturer, Abdu-gusau Polytechnic Talata Mafara, Determinants of commercial banks' profitability in Nigeria. 

42.   Ms. Camilla Ndukwe, Postgraduate Student, University of Salford, A Feminist Study Of Women'S Adoption And Use Of Mobile Phones In Nigeria For Individual Development. 

43.   Mr. Saumil Shukla, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Why companies are adopting sustainable marketing and how they engage customer in today's era. 

44.   Mrs. Alshaymaa Alharbi, PhD Student, University of Leicester, Translation of Idioms as Culture Reference Words in Harry Potter Series into Arabic.. 

45.   Mr. Kelvin Koyani, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Impact of Stock Market on Country's Economy. 

46.   Dr. Sanem Kulak Gokce, Assistant Professor, Biruni University, Gossip as a Communication Tool in a Women’s Prison. 

47.   Dr. Tinni Dutta, Lecturer, Asutosh College, Psycho Spirituality of Addiction. 

48.   Dr. Inam Ul Haq, Associate Professor, The University of Lahore, Combined Effect of Workplace Ostracism and Resilience on Job Performance, Job Stress, and Emotional Exhaustion. Co-Author(s): Dr Umer Azeem

49.   Ms. Monisha Shah, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Impact of North Korea’s nuclear capability on South Korea’s attitude towards nuclear weapons. 

50.   Prof. Ismail Zejneli, Dean, Seeu University, The Process of Framework in the Republic of Albania and Macedonia, from the Perspective of International Law and in the Light of the Country’s Accession Process to the EU. Co-Author(s): Prof Alba Dumi

51.   Mr. Ahmad Maulin Naufa, Ph.D Candidate, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Foreign ownership, return volatility, trading volume, and risk of stocks in Indonesia. Co-Author(s): I Wayan Nuka Lantara

52.   Dr. Manoj Kumar Dash, Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management  Gwalior, Consumers’ Generic Behaviour and Preferences Towards Organized  Retailing :An Investigation. Co-Author(s): Dr. Manash Kumar Sahu Assistant Professor, Asian School of Business Management

53.   Ms. Jamie Rilloraza, Student Researcher, Lorma Colleges Basic Education Schools, Questioning Sexuality: The Impact of the Society's Perception. Co-Author(s): Zibelle Balangue, Student Researcher

54.   Ms. Ammara Shabbir, Student of Masters in Public Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Women Entrepreneurship in Pakistan: Challenges and Prospects. 

55.   Mr. Amoon Austin, Senior Manager Institutional Research, Forman Christian College (A Chartered University), Identifying students who will not graduate on time, using survival analysis (A case of a private university students of Lahore Pakistan). Co-Author(s): Sara Pervaiz

56.   Prof. Ming-Hsien Yang, Professor, Fu Jen Catholic University, The effect  of customer participation via social media on customer engagement beghaviour. Co-Author(s): Chang-Tang Chiang

57.   Ms. T . Roshni Rao, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, A Study of the Impact of Branding Activities of Emerging Fashion Designers in the International Context. 

58.   Ms. Narmeen Ali, Post Graduate Student, Institute of Clinical Psychology, University of Management & Technology, Lahore, Communication and Connection- A Case Study. Co-Author(s): Maha Azhar

59.   Dr. Leila Pazargadi, Associate Professor, Nevada State College, Re-Calling Scheherazad: Storytelling and Agency in Mohja Kahf’S Poetry. 

60.   Mr. Muhammad Umer Ijaz, Research Associate, University of Lahore, Internationalization of SMEs: Interplay of Manager’s Political Skill and Network Resources. Co-Author(s): Dr. Faisal Qadeer, Associate Professor; Dr. Imran Hameed, Associate Professor; and Fazia Kauser, Lecturer

61.   Ms. Fazia Kausar, Lecturer, University of Lahore, The Impact of Abusive Supervision on Employees’ Counterproductive Work Behavior: A Multifoci View. Co-Author(s):  Omer Farooq, Associate Professor; and Muhammad Umer Ijaz, Research Associate

62.   Dr. Olufisayo Akomolafe, Doctoral Student, London Metropolitan University, Understanding the Effects of Psychological Contract on Employee Engagement Using Relational Cognitive Mapping Model. 

63.   Mr. Divya Gaur, Research Associate, NMP Medical Research Institute, Title: Knowledge and Practice of Hygiene and Sanitation: Impact of Media Advocacy. Co-Author(s): Dr. Neha Sharma, Warwick Research Services

64.   Mr. Binit Lal, PhD Student, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India’s Act East Policy: Strategy for Economic Integration with Southeast Asia. 

65.   Dr. Maia Ozdemir, Assistant Professor, Istanbul Gelisim University, Cultural Inertia as a new proposed dimension for Hofstede’s Model and it's influence on a corporate management. 

66.   Mr. Muhammad Shahid, Student, University of Lahore, Empowering Leadership in Context of High Performance Work: A Moderated Mediation Model. Co-Author(s): Mr. Amir Riaz

67.   Ms. Katrina Soho, Researcher, Lorma Colleges, Analyzing the Current Status of Teen Language in an Ilocano Community. Co-Author(s): Ms. Mikaela Aishel Jaravata-Carson Flores

68.   Mr. Fahim Ali, Graduate Student, National University of Singapore, Future of cities in the age of disruption. 

69.   Mr. Mohamed Salah Eddine Madiou, Doctoral Student, The University of Jordan, Orientalist Discourse in Thomas Campbell’s Letters from Algiers (1844). 

70.   Dr. Yiping Li, Principal Lecturer, The University of Hong Kong, Island Dynamics: A Case of Island Cruise Tourism in Hong Kong. 

71.   Mr. Fuad Mohammed, Postgraduate Research, University of Leeds, Cross-dialectal variation in the Iraqi Arabic vowel system. 

72.   Mr. Bogale Berhanu Benti, Student, University of Antwerp, The Impact of Microfinance on Poverty Reduction and Women Empowerment. 

73.   Dr. Jaime Gomez, Associate Professor, University of Tarapacá, The narrative of Marta Traba and Isabel Allende: Testimony and memory of life under dictatorship in the American Southern Cone. 

74.   Dr. Fatima Yusuf, Lecturer in Finance, Coventry University, Silence: A Strategy for Concealment and Manipulation in Corporate Narratives. Co-Author(s): Dr Devendra Kodwani, Associate Dean, The Open University, UK

75.   Ms. Nelli Mirzakhanyan, Assistant Teacher, Far Eastern Federal University, The concept of the "colours" in the cultural images of Naukan and Central Yupik Eskimos. 

76.   Dr.  Kaushalya, Assistant Professor, Motilal Nehru College, Socio-Cultural Attitude: A Study of Women and Shudras in Selected Sanskrit Text. 

77.   Ms. Fatima Siraj, Student, Habib University, Can the Subaltern Speak through Feminist Fiction of the Indian Subcontinent?

78.   Ms. Ghazal Vahidi, PhD Researcher, Loughborough University, Representation of career in UK print media during the last 30 years. 

79.   Mr. Adebayo Folorunso, Assistant Lecturer, University of Lagos, A Textual Examination of Franco-Nigerian Mythical Interplay in Emile Zola's Therese Raquin and Timothy-Asobele's Rettella. 

80.   Ms. Sara Fine-Meltzer, Senior Lecturer (Emeritus), Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Teaching in a Multicultural Environment: Lessons for the "Unicultural" Teacher. 

81.   Mr. Tariq Almutairi, PhD Student, Cranfiled University, Humanising brands in advertising: Activate human-like features. 

82.   Ms. Afeeda K T, Research Scholar, University of Delhi, Liturgy of 'Kuthuratheeb' : Understanding Performative Tradition of Sunni Muslims in Kerala, India. 

83.   Ms. Michelle Nga Ki Kong, PhD Student, The University of Hong Kong, Automatic Number Processing in Preschoolers and Its Effect on Early Numeracy. Co-Author(s) : Dr. Winnie Wai Lan Chan, Assistant Professor. Additional Abstract Accepted: Patterning Skills in Early Mathematics Learning

84.   Ms. Aashi Bansal, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Behavioral Finance and it’s impact on Investment decision in Indian Retail Market. 

85.   Ms. Aarjavi Divekar, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Cause Marketing and Its Impacts on Indian FMCG Market. 

86.   Dr. Canet Tuba Saritas, Research Assistant and Lecturer, Hacettepe University, Gendered Aspects of Precariousness  in Health Labour Process in Turkey: A Case of Nurses. 

87.   Ms. Hyerang Park, Researcher, Sungkyunkwan University, Analysis of the Private Education Expenditure Ratio of the Relatively Poor Class. Co-Author(s) :  Sujin Hwang; Jungwoo Cho; and Hyunchul Kim