Entries by UTM

PUBLIC INVESTMENT IN HUMAN CAPITAL AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN ALGERIA: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY USING ARDL APPROACH

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).01 UDC 336.5:331.108+330.35(65) Mohamed Ramli, Faiçal Boutayeba, Azzeddine Nezai Abstract. This paper examines the link between public investment in human capital and economic growth in Algeria over the period 1990 – 2017. To do so, public expenditures on education and health have been used to investigate their impact on economic growth. The study employs the […]

THE ORIGINS OF HOMOSEXUALITY

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).02 UDC 316.367:613.88 Titu-Marius I. Băjenescu Abstract. Homosexuality is defined as a state of sexual attraction to an individual of the same sex. This behaviour does not only concern humans, but also all animal species on earth. But it is interesting to ask whether homosexuality can be limited to this definition? If so, then what […]

INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON CONSUMER PURCHASING DECISIONS IN DURBAN

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).03 UDC 339.138:004.738.5:316.77(680) Paballo Patience Ntobaki, Tshepo Tlapana, Cleopatra Moipone Matli Abstract. This study examined the influence of social media on Durban customers’ purchasing decisions and the extent to which social media influences consumers’ decision-making while buying products. The primary purpose of this study was to determine whether consumers are eager to interact with products […]

CRIME AND SPORT PARTICIPATION: AN ECONOMETRIC MODEL WITH SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS APPROACH

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).04 UDC [343.9+796]:330.43 Saeed Khanmoradi, Shirin Zardoshtian, Shahram Fatahi, Geoff Dickson Abstract. Sport in all societies’ leads to a return on social capital. Many politicians use sports-based programs to reduce crime in society because sport plays an important role in the social development of societies. On the other hand, crime causes insecurity in the neighborhood, […]

INSTANT REBATE COUPON AND ITS INFLUENCE IN ONLINE CONSUMER PURCHASE INTENT AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN NIGERIA

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).05 UDC 658.8:004.738.5(669) Bolajoko Dixon-Ogbechi, Patrick Ladipo, Olubukola Akinbodun Abstract. This study seeks to examine instant rebate coupon influence in online purchase intent with special reference to university students in Nigeria. Instant rebate coupon as a concept in online sales promotion signifies an important improvement in the use of electronic coupon to prevail in the […]

INTERACTION EFFECT OF INFORMALITY AND CORRUPTION ON INCOME INEQUALITY IN NIGERIA

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).06 UDC [339.19:338.22+328.185]:330.56(669) Abiodun Samuel Isayomi, Temitope Sade Akintunde, Akin George Ogunleye Abstract. Engagement in informal economic activities serves as a survival strategy for underprivileged majority in developing economies with high level of corruption. Consequently, this study examined the main and interaction effects of informality and corruption on income inequality in Nigeria from 1996 to […]

THE PHANARIOTE SYSTEM IN MOLDAVIA AND WALLACHIAUNDER THE OTTOMAN RULE

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).07 UDC [947.89+949.8]”17/18″ Ömer Bedir Abstract. Dobruja, Moldavia and Wallachia remained under the Ottoman sovereignty for more than 400 years. Dobruja was inhabited mostly by Turks and Muslims, and was administered by Muslim-Turkish governors assigned directly from the Sublime Porte. However, Wallachia and Moldavia were inhabited overwhelmingly by Christian-Orthodox people and were governed by local […]

A GREAT WRITER IN THE BACKGROUND OF AN EPOCH

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).08 UDC 821.135.1(478)”19″ Lilia Porubin, Ala Jechiu Abstract. The aspect that mainly characterizes the literary process from the 90s of the last century is the intensification of the process of capitalization on the interwar literary heritage. Many writers are re-included in the circuit of our spiritual values. The publication of their works is followed by […]

THE USE OF SPATIAL MODELING TO TEACH ENGINEERING GRAPHICS

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).09 UDC 004.925.8:378:744 Sergiu Dîntu, Angela Șuletea, Alexei Botez, Tudor Jandîc Abstract. The article addresses the problem of increasing the efficiency of studying the object of Engineering Graphics within the limits of the hours stipulated in the curriculum. The student receives at each practical lesson an individual graphic work to apply the theoretical material. They […]

REDESIGN FAMILY TOURISM VISION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).10 UDC 338.48:334.7(594) Maulana Mukhlis, Devi Yulianti Abstract. This research took place at Metro as one of the local governments in Lampung Province, Indonesia. There were some main visions of development in this region: education-based, family tourism, social economic-based, and participative development. We focused on the family tourism vision of the local government to create […]

REORGANIZATION OF THE NATURAL GAS DISTRIBUTION COMPLEX OF JSC “MOLDOVAGAZ”

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).11 UDC 005.591.4:622.324.5(478) Vadim Ceban, Valentin Tonu Abstract. For the reorganization of the gas distribution companies affiliated to JSC “Moldovagaz”, a bibliographic study of the experience of foreign countries in this field was carried out, analyzing the production, financial and economic conditions of the activity of the mentioned companies. In order to improve the organizational […]

THE CAUSES OF SMALL BUSINESSES FAILURE

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).12 UDC 338.124:334.746.4 Maryam Elbahjaoui, Abdelaziz Elabjani, Rafael Ciloci Abstract. The causes of failure of very small enterprises is a new field of research, especially in Morocco. Indeed, few studies have set out to study it, few studies have set themselves the objective of studying it. This article aims to explain the failure of newly […]

THE INITIATIVES TO IMPLEMENT THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN THE GARMENT INDUSTRY (REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA CASE)

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).13 UDC 330.3:504:687(478) Maria Gheorghita, Rafael Ciloci Abstract. This paper reflects some initiatives to implement the circular economy in the textile and clothing industry in the Republic of Moldova with a focus on recycling textile waste and identifying opportunities to increase the sustainability of the industry and to align with the practice of the European […]

THE ROLE OF FINANCIAL-ACCOUNTING INFORMATIONIN THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).14 UDC 658.012.3:657.1 Daria Rotaru, Svetlana Mihaila, Violeta Codrean Abstract. The informational system of an entity is based on accounting information obtained from the accountants, which is transmitted to process financial analysts in order to obtain a new product: financial information. This allows internal and external users who have a financial interest in the entity […]

IMPROVING THE PROCESS OF MONITORING OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY COLLATERAL

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).15 UDC 332.6:336.77(478) Carolina Volosatîi Abstract. Mortgage lending is accompanied not only by the risk of default but also by the risk of deterioration, loss of value or reduction in the value of immovable property collateral. One of the main internationally recommended methods to determine whether the parameters of the mortgaged object, the value, the […]

RESPONSIBILITY CENTRE – MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING INSTRUMENT

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).16 UDC 657.47:005.915 Larisa Bugaian Abstract. The survey of industrial companies indicates that the majority of managers use information about total costs or, at best, production costs, to make managerial decisions about the effectiveness of products or services. These indicators, being characteristic of financial accounting, are calculated with great approximation on the types of products […]

CHALLENGES OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ARTICLE 27 REGARDING WORK AND EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IN RURAL SOUTH AFRICAN SETTING

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).17 UDC 349.2:331.108(680) Marubini Christinah Sadiki, Israel Kibirige Abstract. It is a challenge to implement the work and employment policies for Persons with Disability (PWDs). This study explored challenges regarding implementing the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) in a rural South Africa setting. Participants were seven persons with disabilities […]

WEAKNESSES OF THE PRE PROJECT SELLING SYSTEM IN THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF FLATS

https://doi.org/10.52326/jss.utm.2022.5(2).18 UDC 347.451 Venny Indria Maria, Imam Koeswahyono, Suhariningsih, Satria Amiputra Abstract. The purpose of this research is to find out the causes and solutions in overcoming the lack of consumer legal protection in saling and purchasing flats in the pre project selling system. This is a normative legal research with a statutory approach and […]