The Serendipitous Practice of Neoclassical Economics-Modern Neoclassical Technologies

This book discusses the theory and practise of Multidimensional Osmosis as a cure for a number of social diseases. Through in-depth econometric studies of « Gospel » concepts, I discover that the greatest scientific model that the human mind has ever conceived has thus been applied for the first time in its smallest specifics and […]

The Impact of Consumer Purchase Behaviour toward Risk Perception on Internet Shopping

Nowadays, online shopping is a common practise because customers feel comfortable purchasing things from their home or workplace. When the peak season comes, one of the key reasons for the excitement of customer shopping is that they do not have to wait in long lines at the physical store to purchase goods and services because […]

Cropping Pattern in Karimnagar District of Telangana – An Economic Analysis

The cropping pattern is a complicated idea because it varies over time and space. It can be defined as the percentage of area under multiple crops at a time point. It also shows in a specific land area the time and spatial arrangement or series of crops and/or fallows. The evaluation of the shift in […]

A Critical Empirical Analysis of Causal Linkage between Agricultural Output and Real GDP: Evidence from Nigeria

The agricultural sector is pivotal in alleviating poverty, generating employment and providing food. In agriculture, the lingering search for global growth and development could be fulfilled or forfeited. The performance of the sector in recent times leaves much to be desired as its share of aggregate production fluctuated as output grew. Using annualised time series […]

Study on Time Series Modeling and Forecasting Inflation: Evidence from Nigeria

Effective prediction of general price level trends has been a major concern of entrepreneurs and monetary authorities in Nigeria over the past decades. The results allow monetary authorities to prepare effectively and the profit drive on the part of entrepreneurs and investors continues. This research uses a univariate model developed by Box and Jenkins in […]

Emphasizing the Exchange Rate Volatility and Firm Performance in Nigeria: A Dynamic Panel Regression Approach

In management science, firm success has played a central role. By analysing cross-sectional data for the most successful 20 companies listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, this study examined the impact of exchange rate fluctuations on the company’s results in Nigeria. The study developed three dynamic panel models that account for company heterogeneity and expanded […]

An Estimation and Assessment of Inflation Threshold for Nigeria 1970-2008

The debate among scholars on inflation and economic growth has taken a long way in the empirical literature, with the issues coming to life in the twenty-first century following the growing movement of monetary authorities to perfect inflation targeting in developed and emerging economies. This paper uses the threshold model developed by Khan and Senhadji […]

Reporting a Case of an Innovative Marketing Model Based on AIDA from E-bank Campus-marketing by China Construction Bank

In mature marketing, the general understanding of AIDA is that most businesses will specifically concentrate on the value proposition of a product or service and enable consumers to go to each level of AIDA layers, eventually to increase the total number of final steps, i.e. to increase the number of real purchase acts. To some […]

Emphasizing the Factors Affecting the Development of Green Banks in Vietnam

Green banking facilitates sustainable economic growth and stimulates practises that are environmentally friendly. The purpose of this study is to determine the determinants of green banking adoption in Vietnam. Green banks are understood as banks offering services related to environmental obligations, the protection of natural resources and biodiversity, the introduction of community benefit programmes or […]

Investigating If Inflation is always and Everywhere a Monetary Phenomenon? The Case of Nigeria

This research modified our earlier version of an empirical investigation of the validity of the claim of monetarists that inflation is a monetary phenomenon always and everywhere. In our previous 2013 publication, we used the autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) modelling to analyse quarterly time series data from 1970 to 2011, concluding that inflation was a […]