Research Papers/Topics in International Business

Boko Haram Insurgency and Gender Based Violence in North East Nigeria (2007-2015)

Abstract Since the dawn of this millennium, terrorism has been on a steady rise worldwide. In fact, terrorism, arguably, is the biggest threat to global peace and security in this era. In Nigeria, the dynamics and manifestation of Boko Haram insurgency have led to the death of thousands of Nigerians. The worst hit among the causalities and fatalities of the attacks by this group that is riding on the back of Islamic revivalism and fundamentalism is women and girls, particularly in north east ...

The Problems of Sustaining Friendly International Relations Between Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia

Abstract The purpose of this study is to identify the problems of sustaining friendly international relations between Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia. The research aim is to explore the impact of their relationship. The researchers conducted correlation in this study. Correlation is a research design where the researchers determine of whether or not and to what extent an association exists between two or paired variables The researchers' purpose is to contrast two or more characteristics from the...

Border Conflicts and Uganda -South Sudan Trade

ABSTRACT The study revealed that the causes of border conflict and Uganda-South Sudan trade are: Poor demarcation of borders; resentment by South Sudanese; high influx of Ugandans into South Sudan; high taxes charged on Ugandan goods by South Sudan Government; volatile security at the borders of the two countries. The methodology used was both qualitative and quantitative and involved text content analysis, the sample of 136 respondents participated in the study and the instruments used were ...

The Role Played by United States of America in South Sudan Conflicts

ABSTRACT The study aimed at the role played by United States of America in South Sudan Conflicts. Their main aim was to find ivory, slave, gold and other minerals, which were very useful in the Arab peninsula and to the Europeans. Arab invaders met a lot of resistance from the Nuba and Funj, who were at the time the inhabitants ofNmihern Sudan and rule there today. After many years of war between them, they signed agreements which allowed both sides to coexist in the Notih, (Deng 1995, p.9). ...

Uganda’s Involvement in South Sudan Conflict and Its Effects on Both Countries

ABSTRACT The study focused on the Uganda’s involvement in South Sudan conflict and its effects on both countries. The study objectively thought to; investigate the root causes of the current intra-state conflicts in South Sudan, analyse the interests of Uganda in South Sudan conflict and analyse the effects of involvement on both countries. The study used mixed method approach which is integration of qualitative and quantitative methods due to the number of advantages it offers, the study u...

Armed Conflicts and International Economic Aid in Mogadishu, Somalia

ABSTRACT The purpose of the study was to establish the relationship between armed conflicts and International Economic Aid in Mogadishu Somalia. The study was guided by three specific objectives which include; i) to determine the effect of armed conflicts on peace in Mogadishu Somalia, ii) to determine the impact of International Economic Aid in Mogadishu Somalia and iii) to establish the relationship between armed conflicts and International Economic Aid in Mogadishu Somalia. The study used ...

Regionalism and the Enforcement of Human Rights in Nigeria

ABSTRACTS Human rights as we have them today can be traced to the famous United Nations' document, the Universal Declaration of human rights (UDHR) of 1948. All other human rights instruments and Bills of Rights are derived from this document including the two binding instruments, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) 1966 and the International Covenant on Cultural Economic and Social Rights (ICESR). There are regional systems of international human rights law that ...

Youth Empowerment and Conflict Prevention in Puntland, Somalia

ABSTRACT The study intended to ascertain whether empowering youth through education, employment and political participation can prevent the youth from conflict engagement in the three major towns of Puntland, Somalia. The sample size was 200.The study employed descriptive design specifically descriptive comparative and descriptive correlation. Using a self-made questionnaire, data was collected to answer four questions on:lTo find out the access to education in Puntland,Sornalia;2 To determin...

Profitability and Export Volumes of Certified Organic Dried Fruits of Selected Companies in Central Uganda

ABSTRACT  The study intended to establish the relationship between Profitability and Export Volumes of Certified Organic Dried Fruits of Selected Companies in Central Uganda. It was guided by the following objectives which included determining: Demographic profile of the respondents; level of profitability; level of export volumes of certified organic Dried Fruits and whether there is a significant relationship in level of Profitability and Export Volumes of Certified Organic Dried Fruits of...

The Impact of Job Satisfaction On Labour Turnover Case Study: Kakira Sugar Works

ABSTRACT The study will be on the impacts of job satisfaction on labor turnover. Kakira Sugar Works will be used as a case study. The major purpose of the study will be to establish the impacts of job satisfaction on labor turnover in Kakira sugar works - Jinja District. In order to fulfill the purpose of the study, the researcher will seek to meet the following obj ectives: to find out the impact of job satisfaction on voluntary turnover; to find out the impacts of job satisfaction on involu...

INTERNAL AUDITING FUNCTION AND PERFORMANCE OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS IN UGANDA. A CASE STUDY OF MTN, KAMPALA UGANDA

ABSTRACTThis study sought to establish the effect of internal control system on performance ofMultinational Corporations. The study was driven by three objectives. These were; to examinethe effectiveness of the internal audit to determine the different types of internal audit practicesused and to establish the relationship between internal audit and performance. To achieve theseobjectives, the researcher sampled forty (40) respondents, 57% were male and 43% were females.The research was guide...

INVENTORY MANAGEMENT IN THE PERFORMANCE OF STORES DEPARTMENT CASE STUDY NICE HOUSE OF PLASTICS INDUSTRIAL AREA KAMPALA UGANDA

ABSTRACTInventory management in the performance of stores department atNice house of plastics Kampala district Uganda.The problem statement of the study is that inventory management in the performance of today'smanagement, performance of stores department on stock is very difficult.The purpose of the study is to fid out the problems facing inventory management 111 theperformance of stores department in Nice house of plastics.The objectives of the study are, to find out the relationship betwee...

Leadership Styles and Labour Turnover; A Case Study of National Water and Sewerage Co-Operation Namasuba Branch

The effort of dedicating time and other resources to this project not only focuses on academic career, but also on discovering events within the environment in which people work in. this research aimed at providing insights into how managerial leadership styles and behaviour influence and affect the rate at which employees join and leave an organization's premises. The study was conducted to examine the relationship between different leadership styles on labour turnover in organizations. The ...

Globalisation

Introduction The concept of globalisation has been widely used since 1970, but history shows that countries have been trading internationally for thousands of years (Vanham, 2019). The process of globalisation has evolved over time, from international trades taking place via long routes using animals, to shipments carried out by planes and  ships. This report seeks to explain the use of the term ‘globalisation’ as it relates to businesses in the 21st Century. It is important to note tha...

Effects Of Employee Welfare Services On Their Performancea Case Of Windsor Golf Hotel And Country Club Nairobi Kenya

The research contains five chapters. The first chapter gives introduction to the topic in view which is on the effects of employee welfare on their level of performance. It also introduces to Windsor Golf hotel and country club which is the organization that the researcher intends to get comprehensive information fi·om. This is a hotel based industry, a fast growing and also a major source of revenue in our country and hence where welfare of all employees is of much essence. It indicates the...


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