1. The Relationship between Servant Leadership and Organizational Citizenship Behavior of Employees at Valiasr Academic Complex, Islamic Azad University-Central Tehran Branch

E. Nobari; K. Mohamadkhani; A. Mohammad Davoudi

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, Pages 247-254

Abstract
  The present study aimed at determining the relationship between servant leadership as well as its dimensions and organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB) of employees at Valiasr Academic Complex (Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch). The research was applied, descriptive and correlational. ...  Read More

2. An Examination of Factors Influencing Repatriates’ Loyalty

P. Sreeleakha; P. Mohan Raj

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, Pages 255-264

Abstract
  When research on repatriation has shown that repatriates quit within one year of return from a foreign assignment, this study attempts to find what makes some repatriates stay committed and loyal to their companies when their colleagues are quitting and joining their immediate competitors? The research ...  Read More

3. Augmented Dickey Fuller and Johansen Co-integration Tests of Oil Price Volatility and Stock Price in Emerging Capital Market: A Case of Nigeria

E. Godsday Okoro

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, Pages 265-271

Abstract
  Generally, high oil prices slow economic growth, cause inflationary pressures and creates global imbalances. In addition, oil price volatility increase uncertainty and restrain the much-needed investment in the capital market. Thus, this paper applies the Augmented Dickey Fuller and Johansen Co-integration ...  Read More

4. A Study to Improve the Response in Email Campaigning by Comparing Data Mining Segmentation Approaches in Aditi Technologies

P. Theerthaana; S. Sharad

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, Pages 273-293

Abstract
  Email marketing is increasingly recognized as an effective Internet marketing tool. In this study, a questionnaire is constructed and distributed to a sample of 146 prospects of Aditi Technologies to find the factors associated with higher response rates. The collected data is analyzed using Factor Analysis ...  Read More

5. Small and Medium Enterprises Financing in Bangladesh: The Missing Middle

M. Badrul Haider; T. Akhter

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, Pages 295-308

Abstract
  This paper aims to comprehend the intrinsic limitations of the market players in the financial system and how these create a situation of `missing middle` for small and medium industries (SME) financing in Bangladesh. A clear dualism prevails in the manufacturing industry of this country. While the SMEs ...  Read More

6. Diversification and Financial Performance in Bursa Malaysia

M. Doaei; M. Ahmad Anuar; Z. Ismail

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, Pages 309-317

Abstract
  Firms pursue diversification for sake enhancing financial performance. Some theories state positive relationship between diversification and financial performance. However, there are some theories for negative relationship about the issue. The study has filled the gap that most studies done in developed ...  Read More

7. Impact of OCB-Specific Meanings on Employees’ Display of OCB: A Perspective in Pakistan

R. Kan

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, Pages 319-333

Abstract
  Purpose – This study tries to examine how Perceived Instrumentality Organizational (The extent to which employees feel that their display of OCB will help in contributing to organizational operations and achievement of organizational objectives) and Perceived Instrumentality Individual ( the extent ...  Read More