18.104.22.168 Thus gross domestic product will influence to the rising household debt in Malaysia? 22.214.171.124 Thus mortgage will influence to the rising household debt in Malaysia? 126.96.36.199 Which independent variables are the most significant towards rising household debt in Malaysia? 1.3 Research Objectives Research objectives have been developed based on the research questions. This is because research question and research objectives must be same in order to get the end result of this study.
A study on financial reforms in banking sectors in India Abstract: The Indian Banking sector is an important constituent of the Indian Financial system. Banking sector plays an important role in developing countries. Development in the financial sector, particularly banking sector increase the efficiency of resources which in turn stimulate and improve the economic growth. Without effective banking system, India cannot be considered as healthy economy. In August 1991, the Government appointed a committee under the chairmanship of M. Narasimham, which worked for the liberalization of banking practices.
The research methodology to be adopted in this study will be the mixed approach (qualitative and quantitative research) and consisted of literature which elaborated based on the objectives of the research. The extant literature review will help to discover the academic paradigms supporting the subject area and to identify the scope of procurement management among cocoa processors in the country. This will help identify an innovative strategic determinant that enhances procurement management practices and logistics collaboration in the Ghanaian cocoa industry to facilitate the conceptualization and contextualization of the study. The review will be on credible and scientific data from the existing literature through journals, conference papers, publications of corporate bodies and textbooks. The quantitative research will apply to both the fieldwork and desk study.
Corporate governance principles of best practices was published by the Ghana Securities Exchange Commission in 2010. Ghanaian governments has pursued the goal of large-scale industry state-led industrial development in order to alleviate poverty and improve the standard of living in the economy. The manufacturing sector plays an important role in the economy of Ghana and needs much attention. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (O.E.C.D. 2014) posits that countries who seek to implement corporate governance principles should monitor their corporate governance framework, including regulatory and listing requirements and business practices, resulting in strength and maintenance in its contribution to market integrity and economic performance.
The emergence of competition in the banking industry can enhance the development efforts through investments Earnings from investment generated can be used to build schools, hospitals, clean water resources, and train human resources in new areas that power the global economy, create jobs, and develop the infrastructure and the modern technology to support our development efforts’ It is hoped that the findings and the recommendations of the study will serve as inputs for managers of banks and on how to improve upon their relationship. The study will be expected to add major information to the existing literature to serve as a foundation for other researchers to engage further studies. ORGANIZATION OF THE STUDY The study will be organized into five chapters. The first chapter will be the introduction which deals with issues such as background of the study, statement of the problem, research questions, objectives of the study, justification of the study, and the organization of the study. Chapter Two will look at related literature informing the study.
With the help of this informative report by UNDP, a student of macroeconomics gains insight on how countless complex factors affect the economy. It reveals the importance of social factors upon sustainable economic growth. For generations monetary policies were focused on increasing the national income, which consequently would lead to economic growth. Economists assumed that the macroeconomic indicator of GDP per capita would signify a country’s welfare. They did not consider that a nation’s welfare couldn’t only be based on the level of income.
A purposive sampling techniques will be adopted for this purpose of research intent. This sampling technique used to examine the impact of tax revenue on Nigeria economy due to the expediency of the researcher in collecting the data needed for the research. Model Specification The research model is newly developed by the researcher for the purpose of this research intent. The inclusion of inflation in the model is informed by the advice of Taylor (1994)that in order to increased growth, cost-oriented anti-inflation programs have to be accompanied by increased transfers from abroad. Recursive relationship exists between economic growth and tax revenue accruable to the government.
Since the data is being sourced from BOG, this study on monetary policy is significant to the BOG and government because it will help know the development of banking and financial institutes in Ghana. This study also helps the country know the capital formation. Monetary policy help in capital formation by providing loan at low interest rate and increasing investment. Monetary policy is one of the most important aspects of economics. This study is significant to the body of knowledge because it would help them know how the government of Ghana and BOG are applying monetary policy tools in the economic development of the economy.
The final output is a MS Excel VBA tool which will provide the firm’s maturity level on a scale of 1 (Basic) to 5 (Best-in-Class). Literature Survey Main aim of literature survey is to attain sufficient knowledge to develop and implement the benchmarking framework for database marketing assessment in Retail banking
AS per guidelines of NRB, the banks under A, B and C category need to invest some % of their total loan portfolio in Microfinance sector i.e. in banks under category D. The following table will clarify the type and % allotted to each category of banks. Category A B C D Type Commercial banks Development banks Financial institutions Micro Credit development banks Number 32 89 66