Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review

ISSN: 2223-5833

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Volume 11, Issue 2 (2021)

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    A Critical Study on National Pension Scheme and Its Applicabilities

    Varatharajan Pooja*

    The National Pension System (NPS) is an intentional characterized commitment pension framework controlled and managed by the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA), made by an Act of the Parliament of India. The NPS began with the choice of the Government of India to stop characterized advantage pensions for every one of its representatives who joined after 1 January 2004. While the scheme was at first intended for government representatives just, it was opened up for all natives of India in 2009. NPS is an endeavor by the administration to make a pensioned society in India. In its general structure NPS is nearer to 401(k) plans of the United States. Today, the NPS is promptly accessible and charge productive under Section 80CCC and Section 80CCD. Under the NPS, an individual can add to his retirement account. Additionally, his manager can add to the welfare and government managed savings of the person. Commitments to NPS get charge exclusions under Section 80C, Section 80CCC and Section 80CCDof the Income Tax Act. Beginning from 2016, an extra tax break of Rs 50,000 under Section 80CCD(1b) is given under NPS, which is over the Rs 1.5 lakh exception of Section 80C. Private Fund supervisors are significant pieces of NPS.NPS is viewed as a standout amongst other expense sparing instruments, after 40% of the corpus was made tax-exempt at the season of development and it is positioned just underneath Equity-connected reserve funds scheme(ELSS). Descriptive research is used and convenience sampling method is used to collect the samples. The sample size is 1559. The statistical tools used here is chi-square test.

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    Impact of employment on knowledge sharing. What role for citizen organizational behavior?

    Haifa Bouras*

    The study of knowledge sharing appears to be very interesting for HRM researchers. This enthusiasm is justified by the fact that knowledge sharing seems to be beneficial for subordinates as well by allowing them to broaden their fields of knowledge and skills and consequently to be more innovative and creative than for the whole company. by improving its managerial and or ganizational performance and ensuring its sustainability. In this vein, we can consider that empowerment is likely to be a factor in knowledge sharing. Thus, by granting more power and responsibility to “knowledgeworkers”, by sharing governance with them, by allowing them to seize opportunities and take initiatives, these individuals would become much better involved in their organization, would help each other more. and would now become psychologically “empowered” and as a result, they would become more willing to share their different knowledge, skills and expertise. In order to examine the link between psychological empowerment and knowledge sharing, we aspire to carry out a quantitative study on a sample made up of "Tunisian knowledgeworkers". 

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    The Effect of Balanced Scorecard on the Financial Performance of Palestinian Banks

    Raed Ahmad Abu Eid

    This study explored the impact of BSC on the financial performance of Palestinian banks on four standpoints: innovation; growth and learning; the financial point of view; internal business processes; and customers. The population taken in this study was 14 banks of Palestine. 130 participants were given questionnaires. They included directors, departmental heads, managers, and controllers of finance. The confidence interval was 95% and the test used was Multiple Linear Regression. There were three important variables named financial viewpoint; inside the business procedure viewpoint; and revolution, the perspective of knowledge and development. It was the most significant outcome of this study that (1) the financial development of the Palestinian banks can be enhanced by the BSC model, (2) the effect of customers’ viewpoint in the BSC model is not similar to that of other standpoints. Furthermore, (3) the banks in Palestine use clear measures of strategic performance for measuring performance including conventional financial and non-financial measures and it was noticed that this use of measures doesn’t indicate that they utilize them in the supervision of BSC concern. These measures can be classified under the four major classes of perspectives of the BSC model. The important suggestions are as follows (1) BSC should be executed as a unified system of strategic management in banks. (2) There is a need to give additional attention to strategy and measures included in the BSC’s perspective of customers. (3) There is a need to carry out more exploration of the impact of using BSC as a premeditated development tool on the financial work performance of Palestine’s banks.

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    Examining influence of Corporate governance on listed Companies performance: Evidence from the Palestine Stock Exchange

    Raed Ahmad Abu Eid

    In line with the principle of corporate governance (CG) as outlined by the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), this study aims at determining the relationship between corporate governance and firm performance (ROE, ROA, and EPS) of listed companies on the Palestine stock exchange. 32 listed companies are sampled and the data on their performance is sourced from their annual reports and the Palestine stock exchange database for the periods 2006, 2013 and 2017. The study using questionnaire is adapted and modified from OECD, (2004). Fixed and random effect model is employed to analyze the data. The study has found negligible relationship between corporate governance and firm performance. However, when the study is controlled for financial leverage and total assets, a significant relationship between corporate governance and firm performance has been found.

    Different Influences on Market (2021)

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      The Effect of COVID-19 on Nigeria Tertiary Institutions: Challenges and Prospects

      Adedotun Jamiu Saka

      Education as one of the major bane of national development was grossly affected by the virus. Education is so important that it is listed as goal number four (4) of the seventeen (17) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to transform the world. As part of governmental policies to check the spread of the virus and reduce the mortality rate, schools all over the world were shut down, at such some schools have to operate through online platform. Hence, this study focus on challenges Tertiary Institutions encounter amid the pandemic and prospects of overcoming the challenges were discussed. This paper adopted secondary data; the data was collected through newspapers, publications and journals

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      Investor Sentiment Measurement Techniques: A Review of Literature

      Afef Amdouni

      Within the conceptual framework of behavioral finance, our interest is based on investor sentiment that allows us to understand investors' decisions in uncertain situations and their consequences on stock price movements. In this context, the main objective of this article is to investor sentiment through its measurement methods which help to examine its relationship with the profitability and volatility of equities. To do this, we began by introducing the concept of “investor sentiment” and its measurement indicators which are very diverse because of the non-consensus on a single definition of investor sentiment. We have distinguished these indicators using three methods (direct, indirect and composite) to clarify the interests and limitations of each measurement method.

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