College Research Day Abstracts 2017

College Research Day Abstracts 2017

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  • Presenter: Siphiwe Mqadi (F1) - Exploring the Financial Sustainability of South African Municipalities

  • Oloyende Obagbuwa (F2) Determinants of Spending Habit: A Case Study of University of KwaZulu-Natal Students

  • Adebayo Augustine Kutu and Harold Ngalawa (F3) Monetary Policy and Industrial Output in the BRICS Countries: A Markov-Switching Model

  • Damilola Aboluwodi and Bomi Nomlala (F4) Investment Literacy of Students and Behavioral Attitudes toward Ponzi Schemes

  • Odunayo Olarewaju (F5) - DIVIDEND PAYOUT, RETENTION POLICY AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAN COMMERCIAL BANKS: ANY CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP?

  • Norman Chivasa and David Mautin Oke (F6) - Building resilient communities through village savings and loan associations (VSLA) schemes: the case of Zimbabwe

  • Omolulu Fagbadebo (F7) - Parliamentary Politics and the Challenge of Accountability in South Africa: A Discourse

  • Tarish Jagwanth and Rajendra Rajaram (F8) - Financial Accounting as a determinant of success in ManFin and Auditing at UKZN

  • MALIBONGWE NYATHI (F9) - THE SIGNIFICANCE OF FINANCIAL CYCLES ON BUSINESS CYCLES AND MONETARY POLICY IN SOUTH AFRICAN.

  • Hilary Muguto and Miss Rethabile Nhlapho (F10) - Stock market integration and stock-bond return decoupling: Evidence from South Africa

  • Chinelo Augustine Umezurike (F13) - ASSESSING THE IMPACT COMMODITY PRICES ON ECONOMIC GROWTH FOR SELECTED AFRICAN COUNTRIES: PANEL DATA APPROACH.

  • Abdulkader Cassim Mahomedy (F5) - The Disintegrating Force of Rationalism on Economics: What it means for Islamic Economics

  • Annie Devenish (D10) - Decolonising Slave histories in Cape Town City: Cosmopolitanism, Trade and Community in the Indian Ocean world

  • Bhasela Yalezo (C1) - Exploring Eastern Cape investment prospects

  • Rottimi Matthew and Harold Ngalawa (D6) - Oil price shocks and and economic performance in Africa’s oil exporting countries

  • Ame S. Zachariah (C2) - Customer Centric - Marketing Strategy – Case Study of Boitekanelo College in Botswana

  • Phumzile Xulu (D4) - An exploration of Section 24 of the South African Constitution of 1996 to offer a workplace protection for informal workers: A case study of waste-pickers in the Durban area of eThekwini Municipality.

  • Ayodeji Ogunlesi (A7) - AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AND FOOD SECURITY IN A MACROECONOMIC POLICY ENVIRONMENT: THE CASE OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

  • Edson Vengesai (A6) - CASH FLOW VOLATILITY AND DISCRETIONARY INVESTMENT BASED ON AFRICAN FIRMS

  • Adeyanju Adebiyi (A5) OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE AND FIRM VALUE ON JSE.

  • Jessica L Goebel and S M Maistry (A2) RECOUNTING THE ROLE OF EMOTIONS IN ECONOMICS STUDENTS’ LEARNING

  • Innocent Harerimana (D11) Assessing the forecasting ability of parametric and non-parametric South African Taylor Rule models

  • Lenhle Dlamini (C10) Financial stress: Implications of Monetary Policy in South Africa

  • Irrshad Kaseeram (No code provided) The Anchoring of Inflation Expectations in South Africa

  • Sthembiso Mthimkhulu (D13) Financial development and income inequality: A panel data approach

  • Sanele Gumede and Ayanda Meyiwa (A14) A critique of a multi-year National Port Authority pricing methodology in South Africa

  • Kehinde Damilola Ilesanmi and Devi Datt Tewari (F12) Systemic liquidity risk in the South African financial market: A portfolio aggregation approach

  • Brian Kwazi Majola (B1) FACTORS AFFECTING THE NUMBER OF WOMEN WARD COUNCILLORS IN SOUTH AFRICA

  • Dumisani Xaba (B10) Developing a sustainable management model for the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Social Development Youth Academies: A systems approach perspective.

  • Kiran Baldavoo (A9) Environmental management accounting practices and policies: An exploratory study of UKZN.

  • Siyakhula B Ncube (E3) Assessing the extent to which ‘decent’ work exists for Private Security guards in KwaZulu-Natal: An exploratory case study.

  • Prince Sarpong (A12) THE LEGAL THEORY OF FINANCE AND THE FRACTAL MARKET HYPOTHESIS: CONVERGENCE AND POSSIBLE INTEGRATION

  • Michelle Doorasamy and Prince Sarpong (E13) UNDERSTANDING THE LOW VOLATILITY ANOMALY ON THE JOHANNESBURG STOCK EXCHANGE

  • Prince Sarpong & Prof. Mabutho Sibanda (A13) SETTING THE MENU: WHAT DETERMINE THE MUTUAL FUND SELECTION DECISIONS OF LISP MANAGERS IN SOUTH AFRICA

  • Karabo Hamu (B3) Macro adaptive Learning path For Android Mobile phones using SQLite database combining Blooms taxonomy, IRT and Bayesian Belief Network

  • Pumla Mbuqe (D3) Critical examining South Africa’s criminal justice system in an attempt to address rape dilemma at the university campuses.

  • SAMKELO MYENI (E11) EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF IMPORT AND EXPORT DEMAND FUNCTIONS AND ORCUTT HYPOTHESIS: EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH AFRICA

  • Nicholas A Wood (A3) Barriers to and enablers of learner-centred teaching practices in management accounting and finance

  • Ayanda Meyiwa (B9) BEST PRACTICES IN PORT DEVELOPMENT: EVIDENCE FROM THE ASIAN DEVELOPMENTAL PARADIGM

  • Linda Mushoriwa (E6) The relationship between universal jurisdiction and personal immunities in Africa as seen through the lens of the application of the doctrine of state sovereignty.

  • Ayanda Msomi (A1) The Role of Stakeholders for E-Learning Success in Higher Education

  • Ethel N Abe (B12) INSTITUTIONAL DYNAMICS AND ENTREPRENEURIAL SELF-EFFICACY FOR SYSTEMIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

  • Isaac I Abe (D12) The media influence of social support on the link between interpersonal relationships and employee performance in the South African retail sector

  • Chancy Chaguluka, Andrisha Beharry-Rarmaj and Dr J Amolo (B11) International Post Graduate Students’ Perceptions of Service Quality at University of KwaZulu Natal’s Westville Campus, South Africa

  • Kiresha Naicker and Ankit Katrodia (E8) Candlelight Bags: A case study of Family Business Management

  • Matthew A Abata, Stephen O Migiro, Sodiq T Ogundeko and OF Basola (C8) CORRELATES OF TAX COMPLIANCE AMONGST SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY WITHIN LAGOS METROPOLIS

  • Cecil H Kgoetiane (B8) An Investigation of the Effect that the Resources have on the Small and Medium Enterprises’ High Performance

  • David A Kalenzi (C3) Challenges facing leadership issues in the public sector of Eastern Cape public Province

  • Ntokozo Patrick Nzimande and Harold Ngalawa (F15) Fiscal Policy Sustainability in the Southern Africa: Implications for the Proposed Monetary Union

  • Shelley Donnelley (C14) Understanding Undergraduate Absenteeism at a South African University

  • Smangele Gumede (C4) Entrepreneurial culture in a South African Higher Education Institution

  • Sheunesu Zhou (C13) Political institutions and macroeconomic factors as determinants of credit risk in South Africa

  • H Maduku, E Contogiannis and I Kaseeram (D1) An Empirical Analysis of Exchange Rate Pass-Through on Prices in South Africa (2002-2015)

  • Bongumusa Makhoba (E12) The contribution of foreign direct investment on employment and economic growth in South Africa

  • Mbewana Vusi (E1) The determinants of food security status among indigent rural households in Mbizana local municipality in the Eastern Cape, South Africa

  • Allen James Goddard (D9) Restorative Justice at the Crossroads for Jurisprudence in South Africa: Historical and Theological Inspiration for Systemic Transformation

  • Brian Tavonga Mazorodze (E7) Trade and productivity: Testing for innovation spillovers from Asia’s newly industrialised economies on South Africa’s manufacturing industries

  • Brian Tavonga Mazorodze (B2) Estimating the effect of Chinese Trade on Technical Efficiency of South Africa’s Manufacturing Industries: A Stochastic Frontier Approach

  • Bulagi Mushoni (C12) Application of Data Envelope Analysis to estimate technical, allocative, economic efficiency in the King Cetshwayo district of Kwa Zulu-Natal

  • Zelalem B Gurmessa (B6) Intergenerational differences as predictors of academic staff intention to leave or stay: Empirical evidence from two public universities in Ethiopia

  • Msizi Mkhize & Bheki Nxumalo (A4) Title: Pre-service teachers' perceptions of mathematics usefulness as correlates of achievement in Bachelor of Education accounting courses

  • Bulagi Mushoni (C12) Application of Data Envelope Analysis to estimate technical, allocative, economic efficiency in the King Cetshwayo district of Kwa Zulu-Natal

  • Steffen Wies (A11) An Evaluation of the Arguments Surrounding Mandatory Audit Firm Rotation

  • Tawanda A Milos (D8) An exploratory study on South African land and restitution process: Non-empirical case studies of KwaZulu-Natal

  • Taiwo Ajadi (B7) The place of HR in voluntary workplace green for environmental sustainability in selected manufacturing firms

  • MM Kabange & Darma Mahadea (E4) Constraints to business performance in Cameroon: A partial principal component approach

  • Norah H Msuya (D7) Judicial overview of culture and enforcement of women rights in Africa

  • Sulaiman O Atiku (E9) Institutionalizing social responsibility through workplace green behaviors

  • Kenalemang Nkwoji (D5) Youth in conflict with the law: Towards understanding the integration of law and psychology through the film Tsotsi

  • Cecil Kgotiane (B8) An Investigation of the Effect that the Resources have on the Small and Medium Enterprises’ High Performance

  • Bongeka P Gutshwa (C7) The critical evaluation of the trade union liability for damages arising out of the unprotected strike

  • Simiso Msomi (B4) Foreign monetary policy expectations and domestic exchange rate behavior

  • Khalida Akbar (E2) Understanding the need for employment past acquired brain injury in South Africa: A professional perspective

  • WF Freedman (D2) Can African customary law right exclude the unlawfulness of a statory crime: A critical examination of S v Gonqose?

  • Tony Ngwenya & Bonginkosi Zondi (C9) The institutional capacitation of the SMME ministry in fostering desired impact in reducing the SMME plight: A case of EThekwini Municipality

  • Adefemi A Obalade (A10) Testing for marketing efficiency and calendar anomalies within the adaptive market hypothesis framework: Evidence from top 6 African stock markets

  • Sheppard Pasi (B14) Predictive Narrow-cast Advertising in Mobile Commerce: A Case of the Zimbabwean Banking Sector

  • Lisa Kinnear (B13) Being, doing and becoming: Critical perspectives on leadership theory

  • Mpho Mzingelwa (B5) Livestock identification and tracking system: Case study of South Africa

  • Hilary Muguto and Rethabile Nhlapho (F10) Stock market integration and stock-bond return decoupling: Evidence from South Africa

  • Joseph Olorunfemi Akande and Farai Kwenda (PhD) The Interplay of Competition, Regulation and Stability in Sub-Saharan Africa Commercial Banks


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