1. 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

2. Impact of Buyback Announcement on Share Price: A Company and Industry Wise Analysis

S. Kumar Pradhan; R. Kasilingam

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2016, Pages 13-21

Abstract
  The study attempts to find out the impact of buyback announcement on share price. Paired sample T-test is employed to compare share price before and after the buyback announcement. The analysis of variance is also used to find out whether there is any significant difference among industries in the price ...  Read More

3. Ranking Pharmaceutics Industry Using SD-Heuristics Approach

S. H. Ahmadi; S. R. Alizadeh Shani

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2016, Pages 23-34

Abstract
  In recent years stock exchange has become one of the most attractive and growing businesses in respect of investment and profitability. But applying a scientific approach in this field is really troublesome because of variety and complexity of decision making factors in the field. This paper tries to ...  Read More

4. Analyzing the Preferences of Knowledgeable Citizens towards Alternatives in Emergency Products: A Study on Alternative Treatment Services in Sylhet City, Bangladesh

A. Latif; D. Dam; A. Hasan

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2016, Pages 35-48

Abstract
  The present study aimed to examine the determinants of using alternative treatment plans in different types of problems by different educated professionals to facilitate in formulating the appropriate marketing strategies of the most important emergency product- Medicare service providers. This paper ...  Read More

5. Luxury Tourism as a Community Economic Development Strategy in the Depleted Community of Gananoque and the 1000 Islands

D. Kirkby; R. Alasadi

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2016, Pages 49-63

Abstract
  This paper aims to shed the light on how the luxury tourism may serve as a community economic development strategy in the depleted communities. The purpose of the study is to identify the interests and preferences of potential tourists in the 21st century, primarily those individuals who have the time ...  Read More

6. Performance Evaluation of Closed Ended Mutual Funds in Pakistan

M. Bilawal; M. Dilawar Khan; R. Yasir Hussain; U. Akmal

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2016, Pages 65-71

Abstract
  Mutual funds are the best tool to mobilize savings and investments in an economy and Pakistan is the pioneer in South Asia, but this industry is not as much mature in comparison to its age in Pakistan. This paper examines the performance of closed ended mutual funds in Pakistan by using five different ...  Read More

7. Politics of Performance Appraisal Effects: A Study of Aviation Industry of Islamabad

H. Naseer; M. Ahmad

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2016, Pages 73-84

Abstract
  The organizational life pervaded with politics (some organizations more than others are). Hence, political behavior is an ordinary part of the Performance Appraisals (PAS) processes and PAS are highly prone by politics. Politics is an important determinant in the pay systems as both supervisors and subordinates ...  Read More