However, besides improvement of an economy, it is very important that commercial banks must look into their internal aspects and ensure fulfilment of their own objectives that is to achieve profitability that is the foremost and basic objective of every commercial organization around the globe. In this regard, while commercial banks play an imperative role in a country’s economy, they put efforts to ensure their own sustainability, as well as environmental sustainability that subsequently results in their own profitability. In this regard, there exist various determining factors that decide profitability of banking institutions, especially commercial banking organizations and it is important to analyze such factors. Significance In particular, it is an observation since the period of recession, a huge number of banking organizations are confronting problems in ensuring their profitability, and thus, outcomes of the proposed research will be effective in understanding different factors that play a crucial role in ensuring profitability in commercial banks. ...Show more
Running Head: Research Proposal Research Proposal TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 INTRODUCTION 3 Significance 3 Research Objectives 4 Research Statement 4 LITERATURE REVIEW 4 RESEARCH DESIGN & METHODOLOGY 13 Research Questions 14 Research Plan 15 ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS 15 CONCLUSION 16 REFERENCES 17 INTRODUCTION Since centuries, money has remained an important component of every human society, and has been a determining factor in deciding success or failure of an economy…
Today, arbitration is widely accepted as mechanism for dispute resolution in the international system. The various arbitration conventions available are efficient and offer different approaches to solving disputes, particularly in an increasingly integrated global system.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows is a significant source of economic development in developing economies such as Saudi Arabia. FDI inflows not only provide a source of capital, but it also involves the transfer of technologies, human capital and opens up market access opportunities with respect to goods and services.
In 2008 the world faced a financial meltdown. Globally the world faced major financial crisis and recession. The economic recession was a result of the US mortgage crisis. The subprime crisis of US caused ripple effect across the globe as a result most of the countries felt a financial crunch.
Abstract This dissertation is an inquiry into the differences existing between international commercial arbitration and arbitration pursuant to Sharia law as it is practiced in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The substantial and procedural disparities between the two have in the past constrained the participation of Islamic countries in the global economy, limiting their potential for speedier progress and conversely creating barriers in trade and exchange between them and other countries.
The various arbitration conventions available are efficient and offer different approaches to solving disputes, particularly in an increasingly integrated global system. This study aims to describe arbitration and arbitral enforcement in Saudi Arabia. The country has established historical and legal foundations for this dispute settlement mechanism, which are the Arbitration Law of 1983 and the Rules for the Implementation of Saudi Arabian Arbitration Regulation decreed in 1985.
The real estate crisis that started in the US turned in a global economic recession around all corners of the globe leading to a plunge towards global financial meltdown. The strong and emerging economies of the world were in turmoil of liquidity crisis. There were some economies which were, however, resilient to the shock of the global economic crisis.
Analyzing the organizational resource requirement for SMEs to improvement its competitiveness will also be significant purpose of this research paper. Combination of qualitative and quantitative research mythology backed by secondary data source analysis, questionnaire survey and interview with open ended questions has been used in this paper.
our 30 Research Methodology 30 Overview 30 Sampling Design Process 31 Chapter Five 32 Findings and Discussion 32 Demographic Findings 32 Questionnaire Specific Findings 32 Chapter Six 38 Conclusion 38 Recommendation 39 Reference 40 Chapter One Introduction The world of the 21st century is progressing at a rapid pace, mainly because of the factors of fast change and rapid development.
The financial turmoil affected almost all the economies around the globe but the Saudi Arabian economy remained to have a positive impact without getting affected much by the turmoil. This fact is quite encouraging and creates an urge to know how they have made it all possible.
Women in Saudi Arabia have been estimated to be approximately half of the population. The unique ration of men to women in the region is due to over 5 million, most of whom are male, workers who have immigrated into Saudi Arabia from foreign regions.
6 pages (1500 words)Dissertation
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