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Volume 2, Issue 3

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Volume 2, Issue 3

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Author’s:Trinh Bui[1] Nguyen Viet Phong[2]
[1] Correspondence author, National Account Department, General Statistical Office of Vietnam.

[2] Construction & Investment Capital Statistics Department, General Statistical Office of Vietnam.

ABSTRACT:From time to time, Input-Output model have been applied in estimating economic – environment linkages. However, the approach is limited to the regional/national environmental feedback effect only. In the other hand, the structure of inter-regional linkages have been common topics of discussion in regional analysis; attention has been directed to problems of inter-regional feedback effects and the degree to which change originating in one region has capacity to influence activity levels in another region, in turn, will effect activity back in the region of origin.Rather than trying to to get a handle on the various depatures from inter-regional feedback effect or environmental feedback effect independently, this paper attempts to measure impacts on residuals generated by inter-regional economic activities. The paper presents the conceptual framework of the inter-regional input-output model in inter-regional economic impact analysis. In this paper, the special attention is paid of the Miyazawa system in the decomposition of the economic multiplier effects. The IRIO-2000 is represented to the period of 2000-2007 and the IRIO-2007 is represented to the period of 2007-2012. By comparing between 2 periods, we could measure the inter-regional/inter-industrial interdependencies as well as the consequent environmental effects of pollution emissions due to economic activities in HoChiMinh City and the Rest of Vietnam in a case study
 Key words:inter-regional input-output analysis, environmental input-output analysis, inter-industry analysis, economic-environment linkage
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2)Influence of Gender and Number of Children on Burnout among Married Bankers in South Eastern NigeriaAuthor’s: 1)Dr. Barnabas Ekpere Nwankwo PhD-Department of Psychology,Caritas University, Enugu.
2) Elder Manasseh N. Iroegbu-Department of Psychology,University of Uyo, Uyo.
3) Hyacinth E. Mgbenkemdi-Department of Psychology,Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu.

ABSTRACT:This study investigated the influence of gender and number of children on burnout among married bankers. A total of 100 participqnts comprising 50 married males and 50 married females. They were selected from bank workers in Enugu and Awka, South Eastern Nigeria. The participants were administered a 22 item Masclach Burnout Inventory designed to measure burnout. A 2 x 2 factorial design was adopted in the study. A two way ANOVA F-test as applied as a astatistical test to analyse the data. The findings revealed that there was a significant difference between large number of children and small number of children F(1, 96)= 14.3 and a significant interaction influence of gender and number of children F(1,96) = 9.2 in burnout. The findings were discussed in relation to available litjjjerature and recommendations made
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3)Comparing the consumers’ consciousness of the commercial sponsorship and the social cause sponsorship: A qualitative research
Author: Hallouma Bouazza-Member of the Marketing Research Unit MaPReCoB, Tunisia
ABSTRACT:This research aims to compare the consumers’ consciousness about the commercial sponsorship and the social cause sponsorship. A qualitative research was conducted with 15 in depth-interviews based on structured conversations. The results point up the prominence of the consumers’ consciousness of commercial sponsorship, mainly sports sponsorship, with comparison to that of social causes’ sponsorship. Nonetheless, the respondents showed keen interest when evoking social causes’ activities; which would encourage managers to invest in such facet of sponsorship that has not been sufficiently investigated by professionals and academicians yet
Key words: Social cause sponsorship, Commercial sponsorship
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