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EDITORIAL

Dr. Amitabh Upadhya
Editor- In- Chief

You have the seventh volume of SBJ in your hands. It has so far been a very interesting but equally challenging journey. Since I have been actively associated with the journal from the very beginning it feels just the yesteryear that we decided to bring out a scholarly journal probably the then first, from the Gulf Countries…Read more

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Employer’s Attitude Towards E-Human Resource Management Adoption: Research On Higher Educational Institutions In Sokoto State, Nigeria

Abubakar Allumi Nura, Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Nigeria
Dileep Kumar. M, University of Utara, Malaysia
Nor Hasni Osman, Logistics, University of Utara, Malaysia

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This paper seeks to examine empirically the antecedents of e-human resource management   (e-HRM) intention and adoption in higher institutions of learning in Sokoto state as it affects decision making by applying technology adoption model (TAM)…Read more

Keywords: E-HRM, Perceived Ease of Use, Attitude, Behavioral Intention and Perceived Usefulness

Suggested citation: Nura, A.A. et al. (2011) Employer’s Attitude Towards E-Human Resource Management Adoption: Research On Higher Educational Institutions In Sokoto State, Nigeria. Skyline Business Journal, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp 1-10.

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Returning Customer: Was that a planned purchase

Mohammed Nadeem, National University, San Jose, USA

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Product returns are inevitable but by no means evil (Petersen and Kumar, 2009). Retail myopia is evident with de-shopping behavior with consequences for retailers in time, effort and costs...Read more

Keywords: Customer returns, product returns, return intentions, customer satisfaction, customer’ loyalty

Suggested citation: Nadeem, M. (2011) Returning Customer: Was that a planned purchase. Skyline Business Journal, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp 11-17.

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The Changing Dynamics Of ‘Think-Feel-Do’ Model And Its Implications For Advertising Business In The Sub-Saharan Enclave

Akpan, Idorenyin, American University of Nigeria, Nigeria
Godwin Okon, Rivers State University of Science &Technology, Nigeria
Presly Obukoadata, Delta State Polytechnic Ogwashi-Uku, Nigeria
Uzoma Okugo Innocent Ihechu, Abia State University, Uturu, Nigeria

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For many decades now, advertising practitioners have been confronted with the perplexing task of justifying advertising’s effectiveness in moderating consumers purchase decisions and behaviors. Consequently, huge efforts have been expended on developing theories that could guide advertisers to predict…Read more

Keywords
: Advertising, Think-Feel-Do, Sub Saharan enclave

Suggested citation: Idorenyin,A. et al. (2011) The Changing Dynamics Of ‘Think-Feel-Do’ Model And Its Implications For Advertising Business In The Sub-Saharan Enclave. Skyline Business Journal, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp 18-27.

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Factors Influencing The Consumers’ Intention to Shop Online

Shahzia Khan, Manipal University-Dubai Campus Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Aftab Haider Rizvi, Manipal University-Dubai Campus Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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The success of any business lies in thorough understanding of the behavior of its target customers; hence, in order to safeguard the success of e-business it becomes imperative for the retailers to get a deeper insight into the behavior of their consumers and the factors shaping it…Read more

Keywords: Online shopping; Intention; Shopping Convenience; Perceived risk; Relative advantage

Suggested citation: Khan, S. & Rizvi, A,H. (2011) Factors Influencing The Consumers’ Intention to Shop Online. Skyline Business Journal, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp 28-33

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Foreign Direct Investment and Retail Trade in India (The Consequences under Globalization)

H.S. Yadav, Barkatullah University Bhopal, India
Sangeeta Jauhari, AISECT University Bhopal, India

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This paper analyse the process and pattern of global finance capital and expected economic consequences on the retail trade in India. The study is based on regression and factor analysis. Government, supported by a number of scholars, perceive positive impact through efficiency...Read more

Keywords: Globalization, Foreign Direct Investment, Retail Trade, Consequences

Suggested citation: Yadav, Y.S. & Jauhari, S. (2011)Foreign Direct Investment and Retail Trade in India (The Consequences under Globalization). Skyline Business Journal, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp 34-40.

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Study of Current Software Trends of Logistics Service Providers with Feasibility of Cloud Computing as an Alternative

Nihar Kumthekar, S P Jain School of Global Management, Dubai, UAE
Rajiv Aserkar, S P Jain School of Global Management, Dubai, UAE

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Information Technology has been an enabling driver for supply chain management. The availability of software to manage logistics gives a competitive advantage to its users-especially to Logistics Service Providers(LSP). Logistics management software is now available in the guise of Software as a Service (SaaS)-for “Cloud” based operations...Read more

Keywords: Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Cloud Computing, Logistics Service Provider, IT, Logistics Solution Software, Software as a Service

Suggested citation: Kumtheka, N. & ajiv, A. (2011)Foreign Direct Investment and Retail Trade in India (The Consequences under Globalization). Skyline Business Journal, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp 41-50.

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