1. Emotional Intelligence and Higher Education Management

kamran Mohamadkhani

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2011, , Pages 1-8

Abstract
  This research aimed at identifying the role of emotional intelligence (EI) -based management in improving faculty effectiveness. Research methodology was descriptive-survey of exploratory type. Statistical population were the faculty members in the Islamic Azad University branches across Tehran (N = ...  Read More

2. An Empirical Investigation of the Impact of Intellectual Capital on Firms’ Market Value and Financial Performance: Evidence from Iranian Companies

Vahid Taghizadeh Khanqah; Mohsen Akbari Khosroshahi; Elham Ghanavati

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2012, , Pages 1-12

Abstract
  In modern economics, Intellectual capital is described as an intangible asset which can be used as a source of sustainable competitive advantage. However, intellectual capital components have to interact in themselves to create value. The paper seeks to examine the impact of intellectual capital on firms’ ...  Read More

3. Effectiveness of Service Delivery in Cardiology Based Corporate Hospitals

B. Srinivasa RaO; T. Sreenivas; U. Srinivasa Rao

Volume 3, Issue 1 , Winter 2013, , Pages 1-12

Abstract
  Patient satisfaction is one of the sensitive indicators in determining the effectiveness of service rendered in hospitals. The study focus on comparing the health care services of  two cardiology based corporate hospitals in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. The data for the study was collected ...  Read More

4. Applicability of Capital Assets Pricing Model (CAPM) on Pakistan Stock Markets

M. Rizwan Qamar; S. Rehman; S. A. Shah

Volume 4, Issue 1 , Winter 2014, , Pages 1-9

Abstract
  Capital Assets Pricing Model is used as a tool for the estimation of Investments in Capital Markets with the relation of Expected return and Risk on Securities. This study examines the applicability of CAPM on Pakistan Stock Markets and Karachi Stock Exchange being the main capital market of Pakistan ...  Read More

5. An Application of Discounted Residual Income for Capital Assets Pricing by Method Curve Fitting with Sinusoidal Functions

G. Talebnia; M. Ebrahimi; A. Darvishi

Volume 5, Issue 1 , Winter 2015, , Pages 1-7

Abstract
  The basic model for valuation of firm is the Dividend Discount Model (DDM). When investors buy stocks, they expect to receive two types of cash flow: dividend in the period during which the stock is owned, and the expected sales price at the end of the period. In the extreme example, the investor ...  Read More

6. An Extension of the Technology Acceptance Model for the E-Repurchasing of Sports Match Tickets

J. Khazaei Pool; R. Verij Kazemi; M. Amani; J. Kia Lashaki

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2016, , Pages 1-12

Abstract
  The purpose of the present study is to investigate effective factors in making people willing to repurchase sports match tickets online with the approach of extending technology acceptance model. This research is considered applied regarding its purpose, descriptive- survey regarding its method, and ...  Read More

7. Factors Affecting Planned Human Resource Development in the Iranian Social Security Organization’s Hospitals

S. Jamaledin Tabibi; Sudabe Vatankhah; Amir Ashkan Nasiripour; Shaghayegh Vahdat; Somayeh Hessam

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Spring 2011, , Pages 47-52

Abstract
  Planned Human Resource Development is critical to educating a skilled and efficient workforce. The present study aimed at identifying the main factors of planned human resource development in Iranian Social Security Organization Hospitals. The study is done through analysis of a questionnaire designed ...  Read More

8. Measuring Customer Satisfaction on Life Insurance Products ( Case Study: Lagos State, Nigeria )

A. B. Sogunro; B. Abiola

Volume 4, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, , Pages 73-80

Abstract
  Modern societies belief life insurance scheme, which is designed to be backbone of man survival, ensure financial security and offers readymade source of long term capital financing for the infrastructural project is capable of combating the besetting problem of man so that life can be made easy and ...  Read More

9. The Purchase Pattern of Poor for Fast Moving Consumer Goods: An Empirical Study of Poor in India

A. Kumar; H. K. Dangi; A. Vohra

Volume 5, Issue 2 , Spring 2015, , Pages 79-94

Abstract
  Despite possessing the adequate purchase potential for the fast moving consumer goods (FMCGs), the poor are not reckoned as a viable market by the FMCG marketers and as a result, the purchase preferences of poor are largely unexplored for the concerned products. The present paper bridges the gap subsisting ...  Read More

10. Change Management and Change Process Model for the Iranian Construction Industry

Afshin Gharaee Moghaddam

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2012, , Pages 85-94

Abstract
  Changes are inevitable in construction projects. They could lead to disruptive impacts on the quality, schedule and budget of projects. Identifying changes and anticipating their consequences can help project teams mitigate these negative impacts. As a result, a change process model has been defined ...  Read More

11. Inter-Partner Interactions and Knowledge Transfer Mechanisms in the Chinese Automotive Industry: A Qualitative Research Based on Dual Managerial Perceptions

Q. Ding

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Spring 2013, , Pages 89-105

Abstract
  The purpose of this study is to extend the existing knowledge of inter-firm knowledge transfer research and provide a deeper understanding of knowledge transfer practice in an alliance context, as well as the reasons for such a practice. This study reports on relevant results derived from semi-structured ...  Read More

12. Risk Analysis in E-commerce via Fuzzy Logic

Mohammad Hossien Zirakja; Reza Samizadeh

Volume 1, Issue 3 , Summer 2011, , Pages 99-112

Abstract
  This paper describes the development of a fuzzy decision support system (FDSS) for the assessment of risk in E-commerce (EC) development. A Web-based prototype FDSS is suggested to assist EC project managers in identifying potential EC risk factors and the corresponding project risks. A risk analysis ...  Read More

13. The Impact of Business Environment on the Survival of Small Scale Businesses in Nigeria

K. Agbolade Obasan

Volume 4, Issue 3 , Summer 2014, , Pages 165-170

Abstract
  the best deal. Nowhere is more real than today business environment which affect the success or otherwise of any business venture. Several authors have attributed failure of businesses particularly small and medium scale enterprises to various factors ranging from training of the entrepreneur ...  Read More

14. Performance of Credit Risk Management in Indian Commercial Banks

A. Singh

Volume 5, Issue 3 , Summer 2015, , Pages 169-188

Abstract
  For banks and financial institutions, credit risk had been an essential factor that needed to be managed well. Credit risk was the possibility that a borrower of counter party would fail to meet its obligations in accordance with agreed terms. Credit risk; therefore arise from the bank’s ...  Read More

15. Profitability of Momentum and Contrarian Strategies Based on Trading Volume in Tehran Stock Exchange: A Comparison of Emerging Market

Mahmood Yahyazadehfar; Shahabeddin shams; Saeideh Lorestani

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Autumn 2011, , Pages 171-184

Abstract
  In this study, the profitability of contrarian and momentum strategies were traded in mid- term based on trading volume. The stocks were categorized into three parts (high, middle and low) at the outset. Then, the relationship between excess return with three components such as cross-sectional risk, ...  Read More