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Volume-2 Issue-11, June 2017, ISSN: 2394-0913 (Online)
Published By: Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication Pvt. Ltd. 

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Authors:

Morteza Sayareh, Mojtaba Mohamadnejadi Moodi

Paper Title:

Challenges of Risk Management and Insurance in Iran Construction Industry

Abstract: With regard to construction sector and insurance sector relationship, effective risk management is believed to have a significant effect on insurance coverage development as well as construction sector’s competitive advantage through improved operation quality. In this research therefore, we set out to conduct a survey among construction sector and respective insurance companies’ management and experts. Our aim evolved around the idea that this sample could delineate the literature on this subject regarding the key and critical issues existing between them. To analyze the data we used one sample student t test. The results indicate that, most important impediment to effective risk management in this sector is managers’ lack of appropriate understanding in both sectors concerning risk management and its applications. Results also indicate that uncertainty accumulation in absence of effective risk management lead to cost increase both in construction projects and in insurance fees. Furthermore, lack of specialized knowledge on both side from each other, lack of standard insurance procedures, result in miscommunication between the two sectors. Suggestion is proposed based on result and literature review. This is the first research, to our knowledge, studying risk management implementation in Iranian construction sector

Keywords: Risk Management, Insurance, Construction Industry, JEL Classification: G22, G31, L74.

References:

1.       Aghayi, H., 2009. “The minimum expected performance in a maze, looking at the insurance status of construction workers”. Keyhan Newspaper, October 28th,Vol. 19538.
2.       Alreck, P.L., Settle, R. B. 1995. The Survey Research Handbook: Guidelines and Strategies for Conducting a Survey, 2E.

3.       Chapman, C., Ward, S. (2003), Project Risk Management: Processes, Techniques, and Insights, 2nd ed., Wiley, New York, NY.

4.       Ghadimi, A.,1999. “Studies Several Engineering Insurance Issues and Clause 21 Contract Public Terms”, Insuranace Research, 55.

5.       Hassanzadeh, A., Kazemi, R., 2004. “Risk Management in Fundamental Investment Projects”. Insurance Industry Journal, 75, pp. 59-83

6.       Hasas Yeganeh, Y., Kazemi, H., 2007, “Corporate Governance and Risk Management”, Hesabdar, 188,pp. 47-54.

7.       Kululanga, G., Kuotcha, W. 2010,"Measuring Project Risk Management Process for Construction Contractors With Statement Indicators Linked to Numerical Scores", Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management.17 (4) pp. 336 – 351.

8.       Liu, J., Li, B., Lin, B., Nguyen, V., 2007. "Key issues and Challenges of Risk Mmanagement and Insurance in China's Construction Industry: an Empirical Study",
Industrial Management & Data Systems, Vol. 107.Iss: 3 pp. 382 – 39.

9.       Liu, J., Flanagan, R. and Li, Z. (2003), “Why does China need risk management in its construction industry”, Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management, University of Brighton, Brighton

10.    Lubitz, D.V., and Wickramasinghe, N. 2006, “Dynamic leadership in unstable and unpredictable environments”, International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development. 3(4). 339-350.

11.    Panahi, A., Jalali Mousavi, A., 2010. “Capacity and Contract Technical Performance of the System”. Monaghese Mozayede Newspaper.

12.    Patel, Geeta. 2007. “Imagining Risk, Care and Security, Insurance and Fantasy”. Anthropological Theory. Vol 7(1): 99–118.

13.    Rashidi, R., 2010. “From Risk Management to Corporation Risk Management”. Insurance World Recently, 146, pp. 27-36.
14.    Sharma, Satyendra Kumar and Swain, Niranjan. 2011. “Risk Management in Construction Projects”. Asia Pacific Business Review, 7, (3). 107-120.
15.    Shourini Khalili, S., 1996. Research Approach in Human Sciences. Yadvareh Book, Tehran.

 

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Authors:

Jyoti Shukla

Paper Title:

Emerging Trends in Investment Strategies in Public Issues

Abstract:  The investment has been in the last 30 years and is progressively part of the main financial sector, attracting greater attention and better acceptance of regulators and the general public. However, it enters a period of considerable growth and change due to the influence of macroeconomic factors, the regulation of the post-crisis financial industry and two critical trends in the industry: institutionalization and reuse, the growing sophistication of institutional investors and the increase of particular investors as a major source of capital. This article critically examines emerging trends that make up the investment industry today and considers where this could take the industry in the years to come, focusing on investment strategies for public problems.

Keywords:
 Public issues, investment strategies and emerging trends in public issues


References:

1.    Kiran Gangwani, “Emerging Trends in Indian Capital Market”, Chronicle Of The Neville Wadia Institute Of Management Studies And Research, April 2011, Pg. No. 40-45.
2.    V.A. Avadhani (2008), investment management, Himalaya Publishing House, 7th revised edition. V.A. Avadhani (2009), securities Analysis & Portfolio Management, Himalaya Publishing House.

3.    Bhatia (1976), new issue market in India, Vora Publication, Bombay 1st edition.

4.    Bharati V. Pathak (2009), the Indian Financial System, second Edition.

5.    Reilly Frank K. & Keith C. Brown (2000), Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management, The Dryden Press.

6.    Haim Levy (2002), Introduction to Investments, South-Western College Publishing, Second Edition, Pp 2 -29

 

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Authors:

Sibi Shaji, B. Rose Kavitha, C. Nagadeepa

Paper Title:

Influence of Demographic Characteristics on the Competence level of Information Technology in using HRIS tools in Educational Institutions

Abstract: All institutions today use Information system (IS) tools for their effective functioning of the system. Be it branded or customized tools, the institutions use them for their daily activities to be automated and to run the system error free, and to provide quality data, reports and decisions. The success of the application of the Human Resource Information System (HRIS) depends on the knowledge level, skill sets, motivation level, and the deployment of human resources responsible for effective usage of the system. Howbeit, from the study, it is implicit that there is an influence of demographic features on the application of Information Technology and usage of Information System tools.  The study was carried out to show that the efficacy and effectiveness of the usage of the IS tool in any institution not only cater to the need of the operational level and middle level managers, but also the strategic needs of the institution. However, awareness about the effectiveness of the tool has to be strengthened for the maximized usage of the tool. This paper vividly shows the impact or the influence of demographic features on usage of IS tools.

Keywords:
Human Resource Information System (HRIS), Information System (IS), Management Information System (MIS), Information Technology (IT), Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), Perceived Usefulness (PU), Perceived Ease of Use (PEOU), Attitude Toward Use (ATU), Behavioural Intention towards Use (BIU), Actual System Use (ASU)


References:

1.    Samuel Kiprono Cheburet and George W. Odhiambo-Otieno (2016), “ Socio-demographic factors affecting data quality of routine health management information system (RHIS): Case of Uasin Gishu County referral hospital, Kenya”, International Research Journal of Public and Environmental Health Vol 3(7), pp 151 – 161, July 2016
2.    Asafo-Adjei Agyenim Boateng (2007), “The Role of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) in Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM)”, in the Master of Science Theses in Accounting, Swedish School Of Economics and Business Administration, 2007

3.    Zahid Hussain (2004), “Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) as Means of FulfillingJob Roles More Professionally for Human Resource (HR) Managers”in the Working Paper No 04/07, Mar 2004.

4.    Abdul R. Ashraf, Narongsak (Tek) Thongpapanl, and Seigyoung Auh (2014), “The Application of the Technology Acceptance Model Under Different Cultural Contexts: The case of Online Shopping Adoption”, Journal of International Marketing, 2014,American Marketing Association, Vol 22, No: 3, 2014, pp 68 – 93; ISSN : 1069-0031X(Print), 1547-7215 (electronic)

 

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Authors:

W. Christopher Rajasekaran, P. V. Nisha

Paper Title:

Enhancing Speaking and Writing Skills in English using Status in WhatsApp – A Study

Abstract:  The advent of the smartphone era had brought in many aspects in the facets of life that once seemed imaginary or seemingly impossible. To begin with, technological advancements like e-commerce, e-banking, e-business etc. have made life so easy for humans. One of the most wanted and highly recommended apps is WhatsApp. One of the key features in WhatsApp is the Status portfolio that has been added quite recently. This is one striking feature that enables the user to upload anything that they feel is appropriate to be uploaded. First, the teacher who is to engage in this exercise should make sure that the target group (students) are all having a smartphone with WhatsApp installed in it. Though there is no group of broadcast list formed from the teacher's WhatsApp account, the users will invariably be instructed to watch and learn the status that is posted every day by the teacher. Given to understand that the mobile data tariff is very much reduced nowadays, it is expected that the target group will have a good mobile data connection, both in terms of connectivity and tariff. Furthermore, if teachers of English can fully understand the apps that are developed for social networking and then put them into creative for the benefit of the masses, it will bring in a positive approach among the students who yearn to learn and master the English language, irrespective of age, class, creed and religion.

Keywords:
 WhatsApp, speaking, writing, technology, activity, skills.


References:

1.    www.whatsapp.com
2.    www.quora.com

3.    www.happyghana.com

 

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