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Scirj Volume V, Issue V, May 2017 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th May 2017
Full Paper available from: 25th May 2017


GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR PLANNING AND MONITORING URBANIZATION ON NIGERIA LOWLAND
OGUNYEMI STEPHEN FEMI

Abstract: The attempt of this paper is to examine the existing challenges and depicting possibility of using Geographic Information System for planning and monitoring urbanization on lowland area in Nigeria. Urbanization was largely due to operation of ports and mining in the area accompanied with physical developments which overtake the initial activities such as faming and fishing of the primitive settlement in the area. The urbanization has cause unprecedented environmental degradation and ecological problems. The research introduced application of Geographic Information System in planning and monitoring development on the lowland area. The research investigated: source of data for costal area planning; reviewing suitable methods of Geographic Information System for drainage network design, land use allocation system, response to flash floods and sustenance of green vegetable. It also captures remote sensing data for updating and monitoring development of the Delta region. The lowland area was discovered deteriorated with time due to mining activities and ecological degradation therefore the need to recommended geographical information system to tackle the problem.
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Idiosyncratic Risk as Indicator Asset Pricing
Marselinus Asri, Muhammad Ali, Abdul Hamid Habbe, Yohanis Rura

Abstract: This study aims to investigate the Accrual Principles in accounting that contained in the Company's Financial Statements. The accrual principle is reflected in the Balance Sheet and Income Statement. Accrual measurements in the Balance Sheet are measured using Persistence Current Operating Accrual. Accruals in income statement are measured using the Accrual anomaly Modified Jones Model. Accrual measurements are used as information used by investors as in predicting idiosyncratic risk and asset pricing. The idiosyncratic risk reflects the specific information about the company and it will fluctuate according to the information itself.
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A Study on Work Satisfaction Study on Work Performance of Expatriates in Jakarta
Andi Pallawagau, Haris Maupa, Ria Mardiana, Muh. Idrus Taba

Abstract: This study aims to 1) know and analyze the direct influence of Competence, Organizational Culture and Motivation on expatriate labor work satisfaction, 2) Know and analyze the direct influence of Competence, Organizational Culture and Motivation on Expatriate labor performance, 3) Know and analyze direct influence Job satisfaction on the performance of expatriate workers, 4) to know and analyze the indirect influence of Competence, Organizational Culture and Motivation on Performance through Job Satisfaction of expatriate workers.
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Home Environment of Girls and their Academic Achievement at Secondary level
Dr. Narendra Kumar Singh

Abstract: Researcher has done the study at secondary level to descriptive type research on population of girls 11th class at Varanasi region but selection of 500 sample from on board grant aid at Varanasi district only with random procedure. For collecting the data family eliminate scale has been used, it is standardize and developed by Prof. Beena Shah and academic achievement in English has measured with obtain make in 10th class by students. For analyse the data statistical technique has used as mean, S.D., CR value and Anuva. After analysis findings were Home environment is closely related with academic achievement in English of the Girls.
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An Innovative Review of Kennedy-Thorndike experiment
Dadarao Dhone

Abstract: Kennedy-Thorndike experiment, proves that, all inertial frmes in relative speed with respect to each other in free space are equal within themselves. The speed of light with respect to observer; coming from a moving source of light, is not c but, it is less than c equal to (c2-v2)1/2 because of the dynamic action taking place while light photons are released from an excited atom.
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WORKING CAPITAL CYCLE AND PERFORMANCE OF LISTED INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY FIRMS IN NIGERIA
UZOAMAKA, ERNEST CHINYERUGO, PROF. NWEZE AUSTIN UCHECHUKWU, OFFOR NKECHI T., , IKEDIASHI ONYEKA VINCENT

Abstract: The trade-off between liquidity and profitability made issues relating to working capital management and corporate performance to be widely explored by researchers. The voluminous empirical literature is inconclusive about the effect of working capital cycle on corporate performance. Therefore, this study examined the effect of working capital cycle on corporate performance. 7 out of 9 Information Communication Technology [ICT] companies listed on the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) between 2012 and 2015, whose annual reports were available were purposively sampled. Multiple regression model evaluated with OLS estimation technique was used. Secondary data sourced from annual reports of the selected firms from which measures of performance and working capital cycle were extracted. Cash conversion cycle (CCC), account collection period (ACP), inventory conversion period (ICP), account payment period (APP), working capital ratio were used as the independent variables while firm performance measures used are: return on assets (ROA), return on equity (ROE) and earnings per share (EPS), and firm size was introduced as the control variable. The results indicate that all the working capital component used including firm size does not significantly affects any of the performance indicators used. It is recommended that ICT firms in Nigeria should not consider working capital management while making decision on corporate financial performance (ROE, ROA, and EPS) but should manage the working capital in such a way that it will not affect the firm’s solvency and bankruptcy level.
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