Research Papers/Topics in Accountancy and Commerce

An Assessment of Capital Investment Decision in Business Entity (A Case Study of Global Soap and Detergent Industry Limited Ilorin Kwara State Nigeria)

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An Evaluation of the Effective Uses of Accounting Information to Improve Organization Performance (A Case Study of NITEL)

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The Effect of Internal Control System in Manufacturing Company (A Case Study of Nigeria Bottling Company Ilorin Plant)

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Financial Planning And Control In Catering And Hotel Operation (A Case Study Of Circular Hotel Limited, Ilorin)

AbstractAlthough we know that setting up hospitality industry in a prominent position in the Nigeria industrial league table with regards to the number of employees and annual turnover, in its present state, it is fairly of displeased origin dating from the introduction of regular mail coaches in the eightieth century and developing further during the colonial era, with the advert of railways and their motor car which gave ordinary men the means of travelling easily than ever before. W...

Capital Markets Development And Economic Growth A Case Study Of Stanbic Bank Head Office Kampala Uganda

AbstractExecutive Summary This dissertation is entitled "Capital markets development and economic growth". It is presented as a result of a research that was carried out in Stanbic Bank. at the head office at Cham Towers along Kampala road in Kampala, Uganda. The study was carried out basing on three specific objectives, i.e.; to find out the role of capital markets development towards investment, to identify the role of capital markets towards capital availability and to find out the ...

The factors affecting the infant motality rate and economic development rate in kalungu subcounty.

AbstractInfant mortality in International respective. The table below provides infant mortality rate for the world, for development and developing countries and by continent with some selected countries that high light the range of levels; the world's infant mortality rate has never been lower; however' differences across the world are substantial. Africa's rate (88) is ten times higher than average rate (8) for the developed countries. Within Africa the highest level of infant mortalit...

Microfinance And People’s Income Status In Central Equatorial State: A Case Study Of Juba County, South Sudan

AbstractThis chapter gives a presentation of a brief overview or background to the study, statement of the problem, and purpose of the study, study objectives, research questions, scope and significance of this study. 1.1 Background to the study With growing levels of poverty and unemployment at their highest, many people in South Sudan; young and old, men and women, are venturing into business so as to make ends meet. The economy of south Sudan, which is almost entirely dependent on o...

Effects Of Non-Audit Services On Professionalism: Case Of Pkf Chartered Accountants Zimbabwe

ABSTRACT The Zimbabwean audit industry has been agonised by compromised auditor professionalism as a result of the joint provision of non-audit services and audit services. Based on this background, this study endeavours to investigate the effects of non-audit services on professionalism. A quantitative method and descriptive approach was adopted for the presentations and analysis of data and a review of literature of various scholars who also investigated auditor professionalism and no...

An Investigation Into How Gender Roles Influence Decision Making Process in The Construction Industry of Zimbabwe. A Case of Buddington Builders.

ABSTRACT Market segmentation has been traditionally done based on gender considerations. Some products have been thought to target women while others are thought to be suitable for males due to gender roles .For instance automobiles have been previously targeted towards males assuming that the males would be deciders and influencers in the decision to buy. This research was aimed at investigating how gender roles influence the decision making of construction material. The objectives of ...

The Effect Of Risk Based Internal Auditing On The Expectation Gap: The Case Of Ministry Of Foreign Affairs

AbstractThe expectation gap according to Saladrigues and Grañó (2014), is the difference between the expectations of the auditors and those who use the audited financial statements. Furthermore Ijeoma (2014), noted that the expectation gap arises as result of the difference in expectations on the assurance that the auditors gives on the financial statements and those which the stakeholders expect from the work of the auditors. The expectation of the management of the Ministry of Foreig...

An Analysis of How ais Aids in Improving Financial Performance And Decision Making.

ABSTRACT Accounting information system has aided the performance and decision making of many organizations since the introduction of information technology. The research mainly focused on finding out if accounting information system has also aided the performance of delta beverages Kadoma. The research advocates that the use of accounting information system aid performance measures and decision making. The descriptive research method was used on a census to obtain evidence from the ...

An Evaluation Of The Management Of Customer Experiences By Zimbabwean Commercial Banks

ABSTRACT The research investigates the management of customer experience by Zimbabwean commercial banks. The Zimbabwean banking sector has witnessed significant changes characterized by rebranding of some banks, increased stiff competition, and the uneven shaky playing field/unstable environment. Most of the products being offered by the banks have become standardised therefore banks are being forced to orient their strategies towards customers instead of products making customer experi...

Causes Of Social Security Contribution Evasion In Zimbabwe

ABSTRACT This study sought to investigate the causes of social security contribution evasion in Zimbabwe. In this study 228 social security contributors were used. The researcher used questionnaires as research instruments. The study showed that the main causes of social security contribution evasion in Zimbabwe are the negative macroeconomic fundamentals, planned behaviour and poor compliance culture. The study revealed that Economic deterrents do not influence the social security cont...