Entrepreneurship & Organization Management

ISSN: 2169-026X

Open Access

Volume 10, Issue 9 (2021)

Short Communication Pages: 1 - 3

Estimating Market Risk in a Listed Vietnam Bank and what affect Beta Capm of Listed Banks? - A Case of Eximbank

Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy*, Nguyen Thi Hoa, Nguyen Thu Thuy, Nguyen Thi Hang, Sylwia Gwo?dziewicz and Esra Sipahi

DOI: 10.37421/2169-026X.2021.10.324

Huy, D.T.N., & Hang, N.T stated we need to estimate macro effects on beta and build better risk model at Vietnam banks. We run OLS regression and selected Eximbank in Vietnam for studying market risk subject with macro determinants.

Banks in Vietnam play a major roles in economic promoting as well as contribute to community activities over years. Huy, D.T.N mentioned we need to enhance risk management in commercial banks.

Our study shows that for external, SP 500 and trade balance have positive relation with beta EIB. Moreover, for internal, We can infer from the above table 11 that:CPI and IM have positive relation with beta.

Then risk policies were suggested.

Research Pages: 1 - 8

Role of Micro Finance Institutions in Skill Development of Micro Entrepreneurs in UAE: An Exploratory Study

Beenish Shameem* and Saleem Mushtaq

DOI: 10.37421/2169-026X.2021.10.325

This study aims to investigate the skills that are important for entrepreneurs in UAE. MFI institutions in UAE enables entrepreneurs in development of entrepreneurial skills in which further help in their development and growth of businesses. The study stated that skills like accounting skills like maintenance of accounting books of business, development in technical skills, specialized management, business development and technology skills were developed by MFI and played important character in strengthening the overall role of MFI. Business planning and management skills improve among the entrepreneurs, they develop a better understanding to use the available capital and profits to further invest and use in their businesses and moving towards further development. Some of the findings of research reflect that MFIs did not help in development of entrepreneurial skill and faced major challenge in analyzing the status of the market that is the current market scenario, the situations like when to invest and when to withdraw, where to invest, quantity of invest and many such understanding of the market thus. Making it difficult for them to move ahead with their business plan or the existing business. Such entrepreneurs can fail even after being financed by MFI since they lack the skill of utilization of the capital. MFIs provide assistance in development of certain skills that assist the beneficiaries in growth and development of their business. Micro finance institutions play a vital role by empowering individuals with credit facilities to start their business and imparting skills to carry business in a proper way. The role of micro finance institutions is all pervasive and helps the businesses to work on sustainable basis. In this research it was found that entrepreneurs get the finance from MFIs, they invest them in technical and technological aspects of their businesses due to which these aspects of the business improve leading to development of the business and thereby of the SMEs in UAE.

Research Pages: 1 - 3

Gender Assessment of Nigerian Youths’ Perceptions and Attitudes towards Home Economics-Based Entrepreneurship

Ololade Rachel A* and Adejumo Taiwo J

DOI: 10.37421/2169-026X.2021.10.328

Entrepreneurs are the seeds of industrial development and the fruits of industrial development are greater employment opportunities to unemployed youths. The study aimed at assessing the Nigerian youths’ perceptions and attitudes towards home economics-based entrepreneurship as a sustainable carrier for wealth generation, determine the gender differential in home economics as a carrier and examine the problems associated with home economics as a career. The study was carried out among the Nigerian youths in three local government areas in Ogbomoso, Nigeria where 160 youths were interviewed with the aids of structured questionnaire to obtain information from the respondents. Mainly descriptive statistics was used to analyze the data which include; frequency, percentages, and weight mean. From the analysis, it was revealed that majority of the respondents were youths between 21-25 years old. The predominant religion was Christianity meanwhile, larger percentage of the respondents have their years of schooling between 16-20 years, single and residing in urban area. Likewise Yoruba happens to be the highest tribe among the three major tribes in the country such as Hausa and Igbo considered in the study. The study also revealed that, 74% of males and 71% of females had unfavorable attitude towards home economics as a career. The respondents had an unfavorable (negative) attitude towards home economics as a career because most of them didn’t want to live on home economics as a means of livelihood. Their socio-economic status had nothing to do with attitude towards home economics as a career. Less than 20% each of the respondents believed that there are high differences between male and female role in home economics. They were also able to identify some problems attached to home economics practices.

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