Shortlisted Delegates

Conference Title                            6th International Conference on Trade, Business, Economics and Law
Conference Dates                          12th -14th June 2017 
Deadline for abstract/proposal      15th May 2017
Venue                                            University of Oxford, St. Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom

Updated on 12th May 2017

1.       Dr. Syed Iazaz Ahmad Bukhari, Lecturer, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur (Pakistan), Women’s and Floods in Pakistan: with Special Reference to 2010 flood in Pakistan. Co-Author(s):  Professor Dr. Shahid Hassan Rizvi

2.       Ms. Andrea Tafolla, PhD. Student, Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas y Empresariales (México), Human resources and remunerations as sources of competitive advantages in Mexican exporting manufacturing sectors.  

3.       Ms. Manjula Shukla, Research Scholar, Banaras Hindu University (India), Losing the tag of 'Independent Director'- Role played by Nominee Directors in determining firm performance.

4.       Dr. Radhey Shyam Bangar, Vice-Principal, MLV Government College (India), Accelerating Growth in Indian Textile.  

5.       Mrs. Merve Akar, Lecturer, Atasehir Adiguzel Vocational School (Turkey), Branding in Travel Agencies and its Impacts on Consumers’ Brand Preference in Istanbul. Co-Author(s): Dr. Mesut Cicek

6.       Dr. Obi Okonkwo, Senior Lecturer, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University (Nigeria), Alternating the Methods of Resolving Environmental Pollution Disputes in the Nigerian Oil Producing Communities: Square Peg in a Round Hole.  

7.       Mrs. Sadia Mansoor, Lecturer, Department of Economics, Institute of Business and Management, Karachi (Pakistan), Foreign Aid Inflows and Fiscal Behavior of Pakistan (A Time Series Analysis of Pakistan). Co-Author(s): Mirza Aqeel Baig

8.       Prof. Silvia Maria Castellanos R., Professor, University Pontificia Bolivariana Bucaramanga (Colombia), Drying Process of Yacon as a Potential Healthy Food Product for Commercialization. Co-Author(s): Dr.agr. Sandra Patricia Cuervo-Andrade, Professor

9.       Dr. Patricia Arttachariya, Assistant Professor, Assumption University (Thailand), Gender Differences in Environmentally Conscious Purchasing Behavior of Generation Y Thai Consumers.  

10.   Mr. Amin Sokhanvar, Research Assistant, Eastern Mediterranean University (Cyprus), FDI and Tourism as a means of Growth: Evidence from top seven European countries with highest FDI and tourism receipts. Co-Author(s): Iman Aghaei

11.   Dr. Basharat Naeem, Assistant Professor, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology - Lahore Campus (Pakistan), Driving Sales Force Performance through Optimistic Sub-cultural Control: Examining Mediating Role of Sales force Creativity.  

12.   Dr. Saloni Khanderia, Assistant Professor and Assistant Dean (Academic Affairs), O.P.Jindal Global Law School (India), Enforcement of Choice of Court Agreements: The Hague Convention Vis-À-Vis Indian Private International Commercial Law.  

13.   Dr. Fifi Junita, Associate Professor, University of Airlangga (Indonesia), Review of Indonesia’s Draft New Model of Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT): Towards Economic Nationalism And Protectionism Policy?  

14.   Dr. Pakorn Meksangsouy, Lecturer, Srinakharinwirot University (Thailand), Roles of Urban Periodic Markets in Relation to Drive Local Economy: A Case Study of Merchants’ Perspective in Bangkok Metropolis.  

15.   Mrs. Ida Sjahbana, Tax Trainer, The Ministry of Finance (Indonesia), Tax Collection for State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Study Case in Indonesia.  

16.   Dr. Catherine Whelan, Professor, Georgia College & State University (USA), Impact of National Culture on the Gender Diversity of Corporate Boards. Co-Author(s): Dr. Sarah Humphries, Professor

17.   Mr. Shreya Mishra, Student, Symbiosis Law School Pune (India), Crowd Funding: An emerging source of funding and the Role of Banks. Co-Author(s): Reema Nawani

18.   Dr. Olasupo Owoeye, Senior Lecturer, RMIT University (Australia), Free Trade Agreements and Trade Liberalisation in Developing Countries: Safeguarding Africa’s Development Goals in the Global Governance of Trade.  

19.   Dr. Myunghoon Roh, Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University - San Antonio (United States), Criminology Theoretical Investigation on Suicidal Acts.  

20.   Ms. Reema Nawani, Student, Symbiosis Law School (India), Crowd Funding, An emerging Capital Market for small investors. Co-Author(s): Shreya Mishra

21.   Mr. Musa Adamu Mahdi, Lecturer, Yobe State Polythectic Geidam (Nigeria), Lake Chad Basin and Cross Border Trade: Prospect and Challenges in Nigeria.  

22.   Ms. Anuska Mohapatra, Student, IIT Kharagpur (India), International and National regulatory framework on Money Laundering : An Overview. Co-Author(s): Aabhas Dahiya

23.   Mrs. Shazia Iqbal Khalid, PhD Scholar, University of Management and Technology (Pakistan), Impact of Country Governance on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in SAARC. Co-Author(s): Dr. Maqbool Hussain Sial

24.   Dr. Sam Meng, Senior Research Fellow, University of New England (Australia), The impact of RMB devaluation and CHAFTA on the Australian agricultural sector.  

25.   Dr. Muhammad Azam Khan, Associate Professor, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan (Pakistan), Effect of energy use on economic development: Evidence from developing Asian countries.  

26.   Mr. David Jide Oyebisi, Research Student, University of Johannesburg (South Africa), Primary and Secondary Deviance: When Insider Behaviour become a threat to Information System Security.  

27.   Prof. Job Dubihlela, Associate Professor, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa), Analysis of Supply Chain Risks and the Sustainability of Small and Medium Manufacturing Enterprises in Cape Town, South Africa.  

28.   Dr. Pawan Dhiman, Professor, Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology (India), Problems and Prospects of State Transport: An Analysis of (P.R.T.C) Punjab (India).  

29.   Dr. Muhammad Sadiq Shahid, Assistant Professor, Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan (Pakistan), Does Corporate Governance play any role on Investor Confidence on Corporate Investment Decisions? Evidence from Pakistan and India.  

30.   Mr. Hassan Hafeez, Student, Bahria University Islamabad (Pakistan), The influence of eWOM in Facebook on consumers’ purchase intentions: An extended approach to information adoption. Co-Author(s): Aun Haider, Dr. Hafiz Mushtaq(Profeesor, Bahria University)

31.   Mr. Derar Al-Daboubi, PhD Research Student, Anglia Ruskin University (United Kingdom), Interrelationship between Marine Carrier And International Sale Contract: Case Study of Jordan.  

32.   Mrs. Ruqsana Anjum, Assistant Professor, St. Joseph's College of Commerce (India), Effect of Working Capital Management Policy on Corporate Profitability -A Study Conducted for BSE 500 Companies.  

33.   Mr. Aradhya Shandilya, Student, Delhi Technological University (India), Causal relationship between Real Estate market friction and government policies. Co-Author(s):  Dishant Shahi

34.   Ms. Isma Rosyida, PhD Student, Hokkaido University (Japan), Marginalization of a Coastal Resource Dependent Community: A Study on Tin Mining in Indonesia.  

35.   Dr. Benedict Valentine Arulanandam, Senior Lecturer, Sunway University (Malaysia), Corporate Governance as a face of Corporate Anthropology.  

36.   Dr. Hafiz Mushtaq Ahmad, Professor, Bahria University Islamabad (Pakistan), China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) as a Novel Business Model: The key to Regional Connectivity and Prosperity. Co-Author(s): Ms Shazia Mushtaq, Lecturer, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan

37.   Mr. Muhammad Arslan Prince, Master Student, Bahria University (Pakistan), Determinants Influencing the Risk Taking Behavior of Financial Institution. Saqib Shab

38.   Dr. Hao-Chen Liu, Associate Professor, College of Charleston (United States of America), Preferred habitat or window dressing? Evidence from foreign exchange swap market. Co-Author(s): Dr. Mark Witte, Professor

39.   Mr. Pranay Thakkar, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (India), Spiritual Health In the Organisations of India.  

40.   Mr. Chintan Kothari, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (India), Retailers perception about Non-Carbonated Soft-drinks in Selected cities of Gujarat.  

41.   Ms. Kruti Kakkad, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (India), Implications of Brexit from European Union and its Impact on the Indian Economy.  

42.   Mr. Shiv Joshi, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (India), Business Feasibility of Affordable Housing Business in Indian Real Estate Market.