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Volume 9 , Issue 1

Volume 9, Issue 1

1) E-Commerce Logistics in Vietnam: Research Overview
Author’s Details: (1)Thi Thanh Tam Vu (2)Thi Thu Hien Phan

(1)(2)University of Economics – Technology for Industries –Correspondence: Thi Thu Hien Phan, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi
The article has an overview of logistics for e-commerce, the theoretical issues related to logistics for e-commerce. Based on that theoretical framework, we analyze the current situation of logistics enterprises in Vietnam, analyze opportunities and challenges for Vietnamese enterprises. Finally, we propose solutions to help save costs and improve efficiency for Vietnam’s logistics businesses today.
Keywords: Logistics, e-commerce, Vietnamese businesses

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2) Role of E-Commerce for Vietnamese Enterprises in the Global Background
Author’s Details: (1)Thi Nhu Quynh Le (2)Thi Thu Hien Phan (1) (2) University of Economics – Technology for Industries Correspondence: Thi Thu Hien Phan, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi
The objective of the paper is to assess the state of digital business with Vietnamese businesses. To accomplish this goal, we conduct an overview of documents related to digital business and e-commerce, then we analyze the current situation of Vietnamese businesses in the context of digital and revolutionary business. industry 4.0. Based on the results of the digital business and e-commerce of Vietnamese businesses, we conduct opportunities and challenges analysis, from which we propose solutions to help Vietnamese businesses operate. Better action in the context of globalization.
Keywords: Vietnamese businesses, digital business, e-commerce.

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3) Waste Water Treatment Processing Seafood by Biological Methods

Author’s Details: Thi Thu Hoai Pham-University of Economics – Technology for Industries Correspondence: Thi Thu Hoai Pham, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi
Research paper on seafood processing processes and the impact of seafood processing on the environment. Since then, an overview of previous studies on methods of treating environmental wastewater from seafood processing Based on practical and theoretical reviews, we propose a method for the treatment of aquatic wastewater. Seafood by biological methods.
Keywords: Seafood processing wastewater, biological wastewater treatment method, Vietnam Fisheries
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4) Impact of Industrial Network 4.0 to Develop High-Quality Human Resources in Vietnam Fisheries Industry
Author’s Details: (1)Thi Thanh Huong Cao (2)Thi Thu Hien Phan-(1)(2)University of Economics – Technology for Industries-Correspondence: Thi Thanh Huong Cao, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi
The paper presents human resources, high quality human resources, and development of high – quality human resources in Vietnam’s fisheries sector. The fisheries sector is a key sector of the Vietnamese economy, contributing significantly to GDP and creating jobs for millions of people every year. However, in the current context of globalization, the labor force of the fisheries sector needs to be trained and developed to keep pace with the development of science and technology.
Keywords: High-quality human resource, evaluate industry, 4.0 industrial revolution, integration
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5) Effects of E-Commerce to the Rights of Vietnamese Consumers
Author’s Details: Thi Kim Lien Tran-University of Economics – Technology for Industries-Correspondence: Thi Kim Lien Tran, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi
The objective of this paper is to assess e-commerce based on theoretical overview and situation analysis in Vietnam, a country with a developing emerging economy. From analyzing the status of e-commerce, we evaluate the impact of e-commerce on the interests of consumers, analyzing the real situation of e-commerce impact on consumers. Finally, we propose solutions to protect consumers’ rights when participating in e-commerce in the context of globalization and industrial revolution 4.0.
Keywords: E-Commerce, dispute solution protects consumers, Viet Nam

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Effects of Internal Control on Performance in Small and Medium Enterprises in Vietnam: Research Overview
Author Details: (1)Thi Thuy Lien Dinh  (2)Thi Thu Hien Phan-(1) (2) University of Economics – Technology for IndustriesCorrespondence: Thi Thu Hien Phan, 456 Minh Khai, Hai Ba Trung, Ha Noi

The paper summarizes and analyzes a theoretical basis as well as an overview of previous studies on the impact of internal control on the business performance of enterprises in general and small and medium enterprises in particular. Based on the analysis of the internal control system in small and medium-sized enterprises and based on the characteristics of the internal control system, we propose a future research model.
Keywords: Internal control, small and medium business, Vietnam

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Portfolio Management in the Banking Industry and its effect on Corporate Performance
Author’s Details: (1)Aremu Olusegun Samuel – Department of Banking and Finance, The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Nigeria.(2)Adeusi Stephen – Department of Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria.(3)Olofinlade Samuel Oluwapelumi – Department of Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria

Corporate performance in banks is a crucial factor that deserves ardent study in order to fashion out an approach of augmenting it. To articulately achieve reliable corporate performance in banks, there is a need to design a portfolio management policy that would drive home the expectations of banking stakeholders on corporate performance. This study which delved into portfolio management in the banking industry and its effect on corporate performance considered the responses to a questionnaire of the key staff in portfolio/credit management, marketing and administration in six of the existing commercial banks in Nigeria. The sample of 120 workers was drawn randomly to give room for equal representation and to avoid bias in responses. Three research questions were used for the study and statistical package for the social sciences (SPSS) version 21 was used to analyze the data. The percentage was used to rate the responses of the participants. The finding from the study showed that banking and CBN policies on portfolio management have a significant effect on the corporate performance of the bank. It is therefore recommended that banks should design appropriate policies that would aid their portfolio management strategies and thus enhance their corporate performance.
Portfolio Management, Corporate Performance, Banks. Loan policy

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Significance of Return on Investment on Performance of Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria
Author’s Details: (1)OLOFINLADE, Samuel Oluwapelumi (2)Oloyede, John Adebayo (3)AREMU, Olusegun Samuel-(1) (2)Department of Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences, Ekiti State University,  Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria (3)Department of Banking and Finance, Faculty of Financial Management Studies, The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Nigeria
The performance of deposit money banks in Nigeria is predicated on a number of factors and these need to be well developed into in order to ascertain their impact on the performance of deposit money banks in this country. This therefore, led to this paper which considered the significance of return on investment on the performance of deposit money banks in Nigeria. The secondary method of data gathering was adopted for this study. It involved a five year period of ten banks, spanning between 2012 and 2017 and the data was generated from the publications of the sampled banks. Statistical Package for Social Sciences 21.0 (IBM SPSS Statistics 21) was used to analyse the data, with the test statistic of multiple regression analysis being used. The findings of the study suggest that  income-generating assets (e.g., loan, large capital asset base, salary and other cash advances, overdrafts, etc.), and that efficient utilization of asset, strongly predict the level of performance in a bank; there is  a strong relationship between banks’ performance and other macro-economic factors such as inflation and interest rate. It was recommended that the Central Bank of Nigeria should come up with frameworks that would facilitate standard practice and modern banking system in Nigerian deposit money banks and which can be used in its key policy indicators to reduce the interest rates so as to be investor-friendly; that human resources in the deposit money banks should be well trained and given adequate exposure on the modern banking practice and that the system adopted by the banks on loan recovery and other measures should be holistic in ensuring the maintenance of best performance practice by the banks’ employees
Deposit Money Banks, Performance, Return on Investment, Significance, Nigeria

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Perceived Workplace Stressors among Nurses, Working In Tertiary Care Hospitals: A Perspective of Nurses
Author’s Details:(1)Munazza Tasneem,Nursing superintendent, Children’s hospital & ICH, Lahore(2)Farah Batool-Nursing lecturer, nursing college, Children’s hospital & ICH, Lahore(3)Samina Nazir-Nursing lecturer, nursing college,Children’s hospital & ICH, Lahore (4)Tahira Khatoon-Nursing Superintendent, Government-Nawaz Sharif Teaching Hospital, Lahore-Co responding Author, Farah
Nursing is a stressful profession by nature because a nurse faces a large number of stressful situations during hospital working.  The objective of the present study was to explore the factors contributing to work related stress among nurses. A cross- sectional descriptive study design was used and data was collected by means of a self-administered, structured questionnaire. The study participants were 155 (nurses) from two tertiary care hospitals. Non probability purposive sampling technique was used and data were analyzed by Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version-20. Major contributing factors of stress among nurses were high workload, shortage of staff, a task beyond competence, unrealistic high expectations of seniors, and lack of adequate skill training. Work related stressors should be minimized for better patient care outcomes, optimize work efficiency and increase job satisfaction among nurses. Key Words: work related to stress, workload. Stressor, stress
Workplace Stressors

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Customer response Analysis in Chili Value Addition: A Success Story of Khairpur Mirs Sindh-Pakistan
Author’s Details: (1)Dr.Faiz Muhammad Shaikh-Associate Professor, (2)Dr.Sagheer Shaikh-Professor, Institute of Food Technology, SAU-Tando jam (3)Muhammad Haroon Hullio-Assistant Professor, SZABAC-Dokri-(4)Dr.Asia Punhwar-Assistant Professor, Institute of Food Technology-SAU-Tando jam

This research investigates the Customer Response Analysis in Chili Value Addition: A Success story of Khairpur Mirs Sindh-Pakistan.  Data were collected from different display centers Kumb District Khairpur Mirs.  A structural questionnaire was design for the reliability and validity of data. The methodology applied is based on the value chain approach. It focuses on the detailed mapping on all levels of the chain, from the functions and actors on the micro level to partners and support institutions on a massive level, up to rules and regulations having influence on the value chain on a macro level. It was revealed that The farmers have various problems like low price, heavy commission charges, the lack of finance, non- availability of manures, pesticides, water scarcity, the lack of storage facilities, high transport cost, the lack of regular payment and the like. They are analysed with the help of ranking technology
Chili, Growers, value Addition, Khairpur Mirs
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The Impact of Climate Change on Vegetable Growers in Sindh, Pakistan: A Case Study Shikarpur District
Author’s Details: (1)Dr.Faiz Muhammad Shaikh-Associate Professor (2)Muhammad Haroon Hullio-Assistant Professor-Deptt: of Entomology, SZABAC-Dokri (3)Zulfiqar Ali Abbassi-Assistant Professor,Department of Agronomy-SZABAC-Dokri

This research investigates the The Impact of Climate Change on Vegetable Growers in Sindh, Pakistan: A Case Study Shikarpur District.  Data were collected from 150 farmers of Tomato and onion growers in different areas i.e. Madheji Taulka, and lakhi Taulka and Khan Pur Taulka, District Shikaropur.  Data were analysed by using smart PLS.  It was revealed that the largest known economic impact of climate change is upon agriculture because of the size and sensitivity of the sector. Warming causes, the greatest harm to agriculture in developing countries primarily because many farms in the low latitudes already endure climates that are too hot. This paper reviews several studies that measure the size of the impact of warming on farms in Shikarpur Sindh. It was further revealed that even though adaptation will blunt some of the worst predicted outcomes, warming is expected to cause large damages to agriculture in developing countries over the next century.
Keywords: Climate Change, Vegetable Growers, Sindh, Pakistan 
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12) Climate Change and its impact on Yield Performance of Guava in Larkana
Author’s Details: (1)Dr.Faiz Muhammad Shaikh-Associate Professor-SZABAC-Dokri, Larkana (2)ZULFIQAR Ali Abbasi-Assistant Professor-Department of Agronomy, SZABAC-DOKRI (3)Muhammad Haroon Hullio-Assistant Professor-Deptt: of Entomology, SZABAC-DOKRI

The purpose of the study was to examine Climate Change and its impact on Yield Performance of Guava in Larkana. Data were collected from 200 Guva growers from larkana district.  Data were analyzed by using E-Views-9 version. Various problems like lack of training on guava production, problem of transport, absence of experience in managing guava production, absence of agencies to support, social-personal problems, input related problems, financial problem and market problems were also assessed. If you compare the yield performance of per acre average yield of 200 farmers from 2012 to 2020 January, 2020.  It was revealed that 60 percent of the production declines in 2020 which is due to climate change and rain fall in the months of Sept-to November 2019. The results of study can call for policies aimed at encouraging new entrants especially the youths who are agile and stronger to grow guava and the experienced ones to remain in guava farming. It was further revealed that due to climate change there is negative impact of Guava production in Larkana Sindh-Pakistan.
Keywords: Climate Change, Yield Performance, Guava in Larkana
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