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Scirj Volume VI, Issue VII, July 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th July 2018
Full Paper available from: 25th July 2018


Corruption and Underdevelopment in Nigeria: Challenges and Solutions
Sunday M.A. Aloko, Usman Abdullahi

Abstract: Corruption has beyond reasonable doubt retarded the growth and development of a nation full of potential like Nigeria. As one of the major challenges confronting the Federal Republic of Nigeria, it has not only degraded the moral values of the country, it has also permeated its politics, economy and the security apparatuses necessary for the peace, unity and development of the country. Consequently, corruption has been overwhelmingly identified as one of the major factors in the socio-economic and political underdevelopment of Nigeria. The recognition of the fact that corruption has eaten deep into the fabric of the Nigerian society has motivated successive administrations since independence to embark on series of reforms in public administration with the view of achieving greater efficiency, discipline and productivity in the Nigerian public service. Although the intended reforms were brilliantly crafted and widely publicised, the anticipated gains were never realised due to the absence of a political will and also in-built corrupt mechanisms within the committees put in place to rid Nigeria of corruption. To be candid, the inability of successive governments to tackle corruption cum the lackluster response to corrupt practices perpetuated by government functionaries tend to give members of the public the impression that corruption has been legitimized because it has somewhat become a national way of life in Nigeria. Thus, this paper intends to examine the relationship between corruption and underdevelopment, and to x-ray the challenges corruption poses and the possible solutions to the menace of corruption in Nigeria.
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The Effect of Health Problems on Quality of Work Life among Garments Workers in Dhaka City
Shahria Sattar , Kamrul Laila

Abstract: The quality of organization depends on the quality of work, which controlled by workers. The problem of workers’ adjustment to their work situation is reflected through their perception of QWL.
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A Study of the Best Applicable Marketing Strategies for PICOMS International University College Malaysia
Datuk Dr Mahamad Zubir bin Seeht Saad

Abstract: PICOMS International University College Malaysia has been adopting some marketing and advertising strategies as well as methods throughout the recent years in its efforts to increase recruitment of new students into its wide variety of courses offered. This research is being carried out to review the effectiveness of its current marketing and advertising strategies, before looking into further refining its marketing and advertising strategies by incorporating other means of advertisements and marketing practices. For the purpose of this research, a questionnaire survey has been designed and passed on to a total of 800 respondents where 400 are new students along with their 400 parents of the July 2018 intake to evaluate the existing marketing practices and seek for further improvements.
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Testing the Adoption of Region Government Financial Information System (SIKDA) on User Satisfaction
Rantebua Ardin Banneringgi, Madris, Mediaty

Abstract: This study aims to empirically test the success of the adoption of regional financial information systems (SIKDA) at the Government of Keerom Regency. Variables used in this study consist of exogenous variables system quality and endogenous variables consisting of information quality and user satisfaction. The sample of this research is employees who use SIKDA consists of 25 units of work with the number of respondents as much as 100. The technique of data analysis using statistical analysis of Partial Least Square (PLS). The results show that the adoption of SIKDA in Keerom Regency has been successful or satisfactory to SIKDA users. Detailed test results of the four hypotheses indicate that the system quality significantly influence information quality but has no significant effect on user satisfaction. The results of this study also indicate that the information quality significantly influence the user satisfaction and information quality mediate the influence of system quality on user satisfaction SIKDA in Keerom Regency.
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The Influence of Leadership on Employee Performance with Organizational Culture and Work Motivation as Intervening Variables
MACHDALENA AGUSTIN FITRIASARI, HANIF MAULUDIN

Abstract: The purpose of this research is testingand analyzing the influence of leadership on employee performance through organizational culture and work motivation. Population and sample consist of State Civil Apparatus in Government of Pasuruan regency at Integrated Service and Investment Service and the Regional Finance Board were 130 respondents. Data analysis method used is path analysis processed with software Smart Partial Least Square (PLS). The result of hypothesis testing found that 1) leadership did not directly influence toward employee performance, 2) leadership positively influence toward organizational culture, 3) leadership positively influence toward work motivation 4) leadership positively influence toward performance through organizational culture 5 ) leadership positively influence toward performance through work motivation. The results of this research are expected to be a source of information and consideration materials for the Leader on the Local Government Environment Pasuruan to more increasing the application of organizational culture and work motivation better with the result that can improve on employee performance.
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The Effect of Government Expenditures in Mineral Industry Development and Value Added of Mineral in Indonesia
Hijir Ismail Adnin Rasyad, Muhammad Yunus Zain, Marzuki, Abdul Rahman Razak

Abstract: The development of minerals industry to get the added value of minerals in the long run according to Law no. 4 Year 2009 About Mineral and Coal Mining, can be realized in an industrial cluster, and its success is determined by the availability of mineral reserves, human resources availability, investment willingness and availability of electricity infrastructure, for government support.
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