ACEFEIB

The 6th Annual Conference of Economic Forum of Entrepreneurship & International Business

ECO-ENA: Economics & ECO-Engineering Associate, Inc.®, Canada

Conference Venue: LMH, Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom

 

January 28th, 29th & 30th 2017

8:30 am to 5:00 pm

 

The 6th Annual Conference of Economic Forum of Entrepreneurship & International Business:

ISSN 1925-461X = The Annual Conference of Economic Forum of Entrepreneurship & International Business (Online): Library & Archive Canada

ISBN: 978-0-9869581-9-9   = The 6th Annual Conference of Economic Forum of Entrepreneurship & International Business (Online): Library & Archive Canada

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Dear Conference Delegates: Thanks for making the conference successful :)

  

 

  

 

Conference Speakers: Reporting

​​  - Ali Raza, Italy

 

 

 

​- Aisha Mohani, India

 

 

 

- Daniel May, United Kingdom​

 

- Ghada Mohamed, Canada

 

 

 

- Justyna Kufel-Gajda, Poland

 

 

 

- Lucy Maina Kiganane, Kenya 

 

 

 

​​​- Maheswaranathan Sarojini, Sri Lanka

 

 

 

- Mohammad Ashrfaul Mobin, Malaysia 

 

 

 

- Morrison Handley-Schachler, UK

 

 

 

- Najeh Mazoughi, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

 

 

 

- Nicola Rubino, Spain

 

 

 

- Noor Raihan Ab Hamid, Malaysia

 

 

 

- Toby Chambers, United Kingdom

 

 

 

- Trisiladi Supriyanto, Indonesia

 

 

 

- Tuğba Dayıoğlu, Turkey

 

 

 

​- Passant Ihab, Egypt

 

 

 

​- Rachana Patil, India

 

 

 

- Rania Abdelrazek; Egypt

 

 

 

- Ridhima Sharma, India

 

 

 

- Rodney Wilson, Malaysia

 

 

 

- Sneha Nalla, India

 

 

 

- Zainab Ahsan, Malaysia

 

 

- Toktam Mohtashami, Iran

(Couldn't attend on time)

 

​                                     and other Contributors;

 

- Geoffrey Kiganane Mulusa, Kenya 

  

 


 

Conference Program

First Day Symposium
January 28th, 2017

Venue: Lady Margaret Hall: Old Library Room:  Mary O'Brien Room, Oxford University, Oxford, UK
Entrepreneurship, Start-ups, Firms’ Behavior, Empowerment and International Business
8:30 am  - 9:00 am Registration & Refreshments


Program: From 9:00 a.m to 5:00/ 6:00 p.m

Duration/ Presentation: 40 Minutes
1:00 - 2:00 pm
(Lunch Break - All delegates are invited)
3:30  The Second Coffee Break - Refreshments

 Participants

 Paper (1-1)

Morrison Handley-Schachler, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
Conference Chair and Keynote Speaker

Keynote Speech: "Migration and Growth"

 Paper (1-2)
- Ali Raza, University of Padua, Italy
“A 26 Years’ Systematic Literature Review: Formal and Informal Institutions in Entrepreneurial Behavior”
Joined with Moreno Muffatto and Saadat Saeed

 Paper (1-3)
- Toby Chambers, Goldsmiths University of London, United Kingdom
““Dissecting the “Invisible Hand”: Re-Conceptualizing Firm Theory. A Practical Innovation Framework for Social Entrepreneurs.”

Paper (1-4)
- Rachana Patil & Aisha Mohani, Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research
Mumbai, India
“Entrepreneurship Leads to Reduction in Migration: A Case Study of Woman Entrepreneur in Palghar District of Maharashtra”

 Paper (1-5)
- Maheswaranathan Sarojini, Eastern University Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka
“ICT Adoption in Small and Medium Enterprises: Special Reference with SMEs in Batticaloa District Sri Lanka”

 Paper (1-6)
- Passant Ihab, the American University in Cairo, Egypt
“The Experience of Passenger Transport Start-Ups in Greater Cairo: An Analysis”

 Paper (1-7)
- Lucy Maina Kiganane, The Cooperative University of Kenya,  Kenya 
“An Assessment of Perceived Influence of Short Messaging Service (SMS) on Performance of Manufacturing Firms in Thika Town -Kenya”
 
Paper (1-8)
- Ridhima Sharma, Amity University, India
“Ten Driving Interactive Media Contact Points: Opportunities to reach Empowered Shoppers.”

 Paper (1-9)
- Ghada G. Mohamed, York University, Canada
“The Impact of Media in Changing the Consumers' Behavior toward the Economic Internal Balance."
 

Paper (1-10)
- Morrison H, Schachler, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
"The General Framework of the Theory of Effectiveness and its Impact on the Internal Audit Environment: A Field Study on Industrial Companies in Tripoli."

Authors: Dr Abdulhamed Ibrahim Matuge, Tripoli University, Libya,  Dr Shala Abulgacem Al-Abiyad, Tripoli Univresity, Libya, and  Dr Morrison Handley-Schachler, Manchester Metropolitan University. United Kingdom.

 


 Second Day Symposium - Reporting
January 29th, 2017

Venue: Lady Margaret Hall: Talbot Seminar 1:  Mary O'Brien Room, Oxford University, Oxford, UK
Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Energy and Oil Price Fluctuations


8:30 am  - 9:00 am Registration & Refreshments
Program: From 9:00 a.m to 4:00/ 5:00 p.m

Duration/ Presentation: 40 Minutes
1:00 - 2:00 pm
(Lunch Break - All delegates are invited)
3:30  The Second Coffee Break - Refreshments
 
Participants

Paper (2-1)

Daniel May, Harper Adams University, United Kingdom
Conference Chair and Keynote Speaker -
Keynote Speech: "Understanding Farmers: Incentives to Innovate"

 Paper (2-2)
- Justyna Kufel-Gajda, Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics - National Research Institute, Poland
"Influence of Different Shocks on the Cyclicality of Market Power of the Polish Food Enterprises"

 Paper (2-3)
- Toktam Mohtashami, University of Torbat Heydarieh, Iran
“The Efficiency of Silk Production in Traditional Silk Reeling Industry of Iran”

 Paper (2-4)
- Sneha Nalla, Nalla Malla Reddy Engineering College, India
"Comparison of Income of the Farmer from Commercial Crops Grown in Green Grown in Green Houses, Modern Farms and Seasonal Farms during 2015 - 2016" 

 Paper (2-5)
 - Najeh Mazoughi, Jazan University , KSA
“Agricultural Trade Liberalization Effects, case of KSA”

 Paper (2-6)
- Tuğba Dayıoğlu, Nisantasi University, Turkey
“Parametric and Non-Parametric Volatility of Oil Prices.”

 Paper (2-7)
- Nicola Rubino, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
“Oil Volatility Pass Through and Real Exchange Misalignment in Leading Commodity Exporting Countries”

 Paper (2-8)
- Ghada Gomaa A. Mohamed & Hanan Rezk, Future University in Egypt, Egypt
"The Direct Food Subsidies Policy on Restraining Egypt's Political Unrest and Sustaining the Development of Egypt." 

 Panel Discussion and Closing

 

 

  Third Day Symposium - Reporting
January 30th, 2017

Venue: Lady Margaret Hall: Talbot Seminar 1:  Mary O'Brien Room, Oxford University, Oxford, UK
Islamic Economics & Finance, Financial Economics and Economic Analysis


8:30 am  - 9:00 am Registration & Refreshments
Program: From 9:00 a.m to 4:00/ 5:00 p.m

Duration/ Presentation: 40 Minutes
1:00 - 2:00 pm
(Lunch Break - All delegates are invited)
3:30  The Second Coffee Break - Refreshments

 Participants
 
- Ghada G. Mohamed, York University, Canada
Conference Chair - Opening

 Paper (3-1)
- Rodney Wilson, INCEIF, Malaysia

Keynote Speaker - Over Skype
Keynote Speech: Research in Islamic Finance

 Paper (3-2)
 - Mohammad Ashrfaul Mobin, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia
“Finance, Growth and Human Development: An Islamic Economic Development Perspective”
Joined with Md. Akther Uddin, Mansur Masih and Syed Othman Alhabshi

 Paper (3-3)
 - Trisiladi Supriyanto, Ibnu Khaldun University, Indonesia
“Rate of Profit as a Price Benchmark in Islamic Banking to Create Financial Stability”

 Paper (3-4)
- Zainab Ahsan, INCEIF & Finocracy, Malaysia
“Exploring Zakah and Awqaf as Tools of Community Development: Synergies and Convergence with FinTech Possibilities”

 Paper (3-5)
 - Noor Raihan Ab Hamid, UNITAR International University, Malaysia
“Factors Influences Service Quality in Halal Restaurants”
Joined with Muhamad Zamri Idris, Munira Saaidin, and Muhamad Naim Kamari

Paper (3-6)
- Rania Abdelrazek; Arab Administrative Development Organization, Egypt
   “The Impact of Terrorism on the Economic Growth of USA and its Reflections on Egypt: Econometric Model”  

 Followed by a Panel Discussion on the Confusing Link Between Islamic Finance and Terrorism

Paper (3-7)

Morrison Handley-Schachler, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
"Finance, Ethics, and Christianity"

Paper (3-8)

Ghada G. Mohamed, York University, Canada
"Islamic Finance in Canada - Contributions of our Conferences"

Closing 

 


The Proceedings of our Annual Conference of Economic Forum of Entrepreneurship & International Business

ACEFEIB - 1 2011
ACEFEIB - 2 2012
ACEFEIB - 3 2013
ACEFEIB - 4 2014

ACEFEIB - 5

2015

2016/ 2017 Proceeding - Coming Soon

 

The 7th Annual Conference of Economic Forum of Entrepreneurship & International Business will be held in Cairo, Egypt in January 30th & 31st, 2018.

 

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