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Proceedings of

10th International Conference On Advances In Economics, Social Science And Human Behaviour Study ESSHBS 2020

Date
15-Mar-2020
Location
Bangkok , Thailand
Authors
16
ISBN
978-1-63248-187-0

10 Articles Published

1. THE PERCEPTION OF THE ELITES ON HOW CCM IS WORTHY FOR DEVELOPMENT OF TANZANIA

Authors: Jane E.N King , Norman A.S King

Abstract: The perception of the people on various ruling political parties in the world is critical to the government in power and to the running opposition political parties in the same territory. Elections, all over the world, have been kept as a mandate that give political power to most political parties. Indeed, we have many studies on governance and even on elections, but we do have few researches that assess the acceptability of the ruling political parties in our countries. This study is conducted in Arusha at Nelson Mandela institutes, where students who were being given honorary doctorate and professorship by the Loss Angeles Development Church and Institute gathered. This study was held from October 23 to 26, 2019. Three methods were used to collect data. These are interview, which was the main source of data collection. The second data collection method, was a questionnaire, which was given to each of the participant and they responded firmly. The third was the observation, we have ob

Keywords: Chama Cha Mapinduzi, Single Party, Development, and Leadership

Pages: 1 - 10 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-187-0-01

2. PROFITABILITY AND BANK STABILITY: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE IN VIET NAM

Authors: My Ha , Tang , My Sang

Abstract: Through the secondary data collected from 2014 to 2019, the research used Pool OLS, FEM, REM and GMM methods to test the impact of profitability on stability of Vietnam commercial bank system. The results show that profitability impact on Vietnam bank stability with high significant, in which liquidity, capital ratio, efficiency ratio, bank size have positive impact on profitability with a high significant. Non-performing loans have negative impact on profitability with a high significant on profitability. The results also show that bank size and capital ratio have a positive impact on bank stability with a high significant while credit risk have a negative relationship with bank stability. From the results obtained, the research proposed solutions for bank management strategy.

Keywords: profitibility, bank stability, Vietnam bank system

Pages: 11 - 17 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-187-0-02

3. ICT, HUMAN CAPITAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

Authors: TINATIN AKHVLEDIANI

Abstract: The paper examines the impact of human capital and Information Communications Technology (ICTs) in technological progress of Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC). Using the modified Nelson-Phelps framework, I estimate regressions based on panel data for the period 1950 to 2014. The estimation results show that together with ICT, human capital is of crucial importance in achieving convergence of CEEC with technology frontier.

Keywords: human capital, ICT, total factor productivity, Central and Eastern European Countries

Pages: 18 - 24 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-187-0-03

4. A BASIC STUDY ON MERCHANDISERS MENTAL FACTORS FOR CHOOSING PAYMENT METHODS

Authors: Hidetsugu Suto , Jiunn-Woei Lian , Xue Song

Abstract: Visiting market stalls is a popular activity for tourists who visit Japan. Many tourists enjoy market stalls in several events, called Matsuri. Meanwhile, it is said that Japanese prefer to use cash for shopping. Generally, many small shops do not have equipment for cashless payments. In many cases, market stalls also accept only cash. Therefore, we cannot use other methods for payments, and it inconveniences tourists from overseas. Recently, Japanese government is carrying out policy measures required for promoting cashless payments. However, it is not so popular yet in Japan. In this paper, a model of merchandisers’ mental factors for choosing payment method is proposed in order to investigate the reasons. The model has been developed by means of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) based on the UTAUT model. In order to investigate the validity of the model, an experiment has been conducted. As the result, it became clear that the basic idea of the proposed model is acceptable.

Keywords: —Structural Equation Modeling (SEM), users’ behaviors, UTAUT model, cashless payment, mobile payment.

Pages: 25 - 29 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-187-0-04

5. IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON HEALTHCARE AND EDUCATION SECTORS IN OUR DAILY LIVES

Authors: R. Venkatesh

Abstract: In the last three decades, tremendous developments have taken place in the healthcare and education sectors all over the world. It is not an exaggeration to say that these are truly breathtaking. Undoubtedly, the march of technology and the influence it weeds over our daily lives are responsible for this. For every country, health and education are vital segments in government spending. No nation, democratic or otherwise, can afford to neglect these and a welfare state must necessarily focus on these. What is more significant is that the two segments are interdependent. This paper attempts to put the spotlight on the influence of technology over the healthcare and education sectors, and describes its impact on the daily lives of people. the interplay between the two is also highlighted.

Keywords: Impact , Technology, Healthcare, Education Sectors

Pages: 30 - 34 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-187-0-05

6. A CASE STUDY WITH RESPECT TO DEVELOPMENT OF NORTH EAST INDIA AS A PROSPECTIVE INTERNATIONAL AYURVEDIC MEDICAL TREATMENT DESTINATION TO BRIDGE BETWEEN NORTH- EAST INDIA & ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH EAST ASIAN NATIONS (ASEAN)

Authors: Pradipta Mukhopadhyay

Abstract: In the present day tourism has become a significant economic force in creating varied avenues in the sectors like transport, communication, food and allied services etc to attract investment in this sector and world Tourism organization (WTO) has forcasted that by 2020 tourism will be the largest industry in the world . North East India , comprising of eight states of the country includes people of different ethnic origin living together synthesising different ethnic and cultural entity for a tourist to cherish as a treasure. The rich natural beauty , exotic flora and fauna , serve as invaluable resources for the development of tourism in all the states of the region . In this age of globalization , people have begun to travel to make use of a wide variety of alternatives that bring satisfaction and healthy living . Travelling is no longer confined only to leisure and recreational activities but people have started exploring new avenues for better medical care at an affordable rate . T

Keywords: Medical, Tourism , Development, North East, Ayurvedic , Healthcare .

Pages: 48 - 54 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-187-0-08

7. EDUCATION THE PANACEA TO TERRORISM: A SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

Authors: BABA GANA KOLO

Abstract: Terror is a tyrant act against another person by a terrorist. A terrorist is a person who at a point in time chosen to promote a particular thought, basically an ideology pleased to him/her usually by force. Some forty three percent (43%) of lone wolf terrorism in UK is motivated by religious beliefs. Some forty percent (40%) of the terrorist were unemployed at the time of their arrest or terrorist event. Predominantly some of the global based claimed dominating religions devise terrorism as method of achieving domination and converts from other population outside the founders groups. In order to actualize peaceful coexistence amongst the diverse Nigeria’s population the 1999 constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria clearly established procedures of preventing, controlling and managing terrorism. Section 14(1) The Federal Republic of Nigeria shall be a state base on the principles of democracy and social justice. (2)(a) Sovereignty belongs to the people of Nigeria from whom go

Keywords: EDUCATION, PANACEA, TERRORISM, SOCIOLOGICAL, PERSPECTIVE

Pages: 63 - 75 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-187-0-10

8. THE ECONOMIC EDUCATION RELATED TO ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES IN THE ROMANIAN UNIVERSITY AREA

Authors: Mioara Borza

Abstract: The human values belong to various fields of reference mainly related to social and economic life, and depending on the style and goals. For this research, we propose to debate the environmental values, as an important nowadays reference point for the human development. In addition, the evolution of humanity supposes the reference to the economic development. In this context, the eco-economic issue it appears as a common path for the economic and human development. To engage in the new processes of social and economic development, it requires the presence and involvement of specialists or to up the new idea of new development form concentrated to eco-economics. For this reason, the university area must be implied with the adaptations of university curricula. Through this paper, we propose to conduct a content analysis related to the academic curricula adaptation to the new educational requirements, especially about the environmental values and eco-economic education. We will analyse th

Keywords: eco-economics, development, values education, universities, sustainability

Pages: 35 - 41 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-187-0-06

9. SEASONED EQUITY OFFERING IN THAILAND

Authors: NAREERAT TAECHAPIROONTONG , Chayute Phumitanon

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to investigate the optimal fund raising strategy through equity issuance in Thailand. Contrary to the Pecking Order Theory suggesting raising funds from firm’s retained earnings as the first source, following by debt, and lastly issuing equities, there exist more than 2,700 seasoned equity offering (SEO) events during 1999 to 2014 in Thailand; all of data used for this research is acquired from SETSMART database. Moreover, the trend has been increasing substantially in the past 5 years. Key main sectors issuing stocks are property and construction (27%), services (16%), industrials (11%) and financials (10%). Previous researches found a negative stock return from SEO. It is therefore interesting to explore why many firms still issue stocks to raise capital. This research applies event study methodology in identifying the impact of SEO event to the abnormal return comparing with the benchmark, SET return in this case. The empirical analysis shows a matched

Keywords: Seasoned Equity Offering (SEO), Event Study, Private Placement (PP), Public Offering (PO), Right Offering

Pages: 42 - 47 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-187-0-07

10. ANALYSIS OF SECTORAL TRENDS AND PATTERNS: KERALA, GOA, THAILAND, BANGLADESH

Authors: DEBASIS PATNAIK

Abstract: The paper focuses on the economic growth and development of Kerala, Goa, Bangladesh and Thailand using various econometric methods in context of posited relationships across selected parameters.

Keywords: Manufacturing, sector, growth rate, number, MSME

Pages: 55 - 62 | DOI: 10.15224/978-1-63248-187-0-09

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