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Inventi Impact - International Trade

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: International Trade’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. This journal focuses on all the issues related to import and export of goods and services across the international boundaries. Special emphasis is laid on issues w.r.t. emerging economies like BRIC countries. It examines the relationship between the separate and interconnected regional and global integration processes stemming from today’s challenging multilateral trading structure and role of WTO cutting across economic, political, social and legal disciplines.

  • THE RENMINBI AS AN EMERGING WORLD CURRENCY
    Richard C K Burdekin    Download Full Text

    Although capital controls ensure that worldwide use of China’s currency, the Renminbi, has lagged far behind the nation’s influence on world markets, China’s currency is seeing greatly increased use in cross-border trade as a vehicle currency. This trend accelerated in the aftermath of the global financial crisis amidst successive agreements with neighbouring countries such as Japan and R...

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  • TOURISM STRATEGY OF ALBANIA
    Aida Marku Ma    Download Full Text

    Tourism has been identified as a major tool for the development of any country because it is a key role in developing it. First, it is likely that tourism will be amongst the most important or valuable international business. Second, it is also likely that tourism be utilized as a means for attracting international development financial aid. Third, tourism promotional activities will be used a...

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  • ON SHARIA'A-COMPLIANCE AND RETURN TO INVESTMENT
    Lukman Arbi, Suren Basov, M Ishaq Bhatti    Download Full Text

    In this paper we study the role of contract limitations on the performance of Islamic banks, in contrast to the role of asset limitations, invoked by Derigs and Marzban [1] to explain why Sharia’a-compliant strategies result in much lower portfolio performance than do the conventional strategies. Their results were, however, challenged in recent empirical paper by Walkshäusl and Lobe [2], wh...

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  • INCREASING TAX COMPLIANCE THROUGH STRENGTHENING CAPACITY OF EDUCATION SECTOR FOR EXPORT ORIENTED SMES HANDICRAFT FIELD IN EAST JAVA INDONESIA
    Imam Mukhlis, Sugeng Hadi Utomo, Yuli Soesetyo    Download Full Text

    This study aims to identify the factors that may affect tax compliance from SME entrepreneurs. In addition, this study also aims to design a tax compliance model through tax education for SME entrepreneurs. The method of data analysis used in this study was done through qualitative and quantitative approaches. The object in this study is the SME entrepreneurs of handicraft field districts/cit...

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  • TRADE INTEGRATION BETWEEN ALBANIA AND EUROPEAN UNION A GRAVITY MODEL BASED ANALYSIS
    Elvira Fetahu    Download Full Text

    International trade integration of an economy is a stone for a successful economic development of a country. In the context of European Union enlargement there is a specific interest in exploring the regional trade integration of the countries inspiring the involvement in the EU. As a rather successful econometric approach the gravity model has been widely used to infer and predict substantia...

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  • SUSTAINING CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT: A LONGITUDINAL AND REGIONAL STUDY
    Henry J Quesada-Pineda, Johanna Madrigal    Download Full Text

    This paper presents the results of a longitudinal study of four continuous improvement (CI) leader companies in two different global regions. The goal of the research was to understand how employee perception of different factors that impact the long-term sustainability of the CI process might change over time. Quantitative data analysis was used to capture and statistically analyse employe...

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