• Understanding the Objectives of Islamic Banking: a Survey of
    questionnaires involving a sample of 1500 respondents representing seven stakeholder groups, namely customers, depositors, local communities, Islamic banking managers, employees, banking regulatory officers and Shariah advisors. An exploratory factor analysis is employed to examine the respondents' perceptions towards...
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  • Research Paper on Calender Anamolies
    seventeen European stock market indexes in the period 1994-2007. We propose a model specification, suitable for detecting all types of calendar effects, and use statically robust estimation methodologies, including bootstrapping and GARCH modeling. We do not find convincing evidence of across-the-board calendar...
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  • Research 321
    hypothesis for both one-tailed and two-tailed tests 1. Differentiate between a significance level and a probability level 2. State the four steps involved in significance testing 1. The first step is to specify the null hypothesis. For a two tailed test, the null hypothesis is typically that a...
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  • Data Analysis Methods Used in Quantitative Research.
    However examples of quantitative methods now well accepted in the social sciences and education. Differences between parametric and non parametric methods Parametric method Non parametric Assumes data comes from a type of probability distributions ( they are not distribution-free) Distribution free methods...
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  • Succession Planning
    senior members of acquiring MBO/I management teams after the deal had been completed in several European countries. Non-parametric chi-square tests and Mann-Whitney ā€œUā€ tests were used to test the presented hypotheses. Findings ā€“ Evidence highlights the importance of information sharing and that the family...
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  • Gbizone
    articles, magazines, internet journal articles and books 3.2 Research Strategy Sampling, as defined by Zikmund (2003), involved any procedure that uses a small number of population or portion in order to represent the opinion of the large population, such as perception and conclusion. Identifying the...
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  • Gender Discrimination
    Mediation test 30 9 One sample t-test 31 10 Levene test ...
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  • Company Case: Trap-Ease America: the Big Cheese of Mouse Traps.
    case of brief quotations embodied in reviews, articles, and research papers. Making copies of any part of this book for any purpose other than personal use is a violation of United States and international copyright laws. For information contact Vijay Gupta at vgupta1000@aol.com. You can reach the author...
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  • VaR and Risk management
    tries to figure out which backtests are the most reliable, and which tests are suitable for forthcoming model validation processes in the company. The performance of the VaR model is measured by applying several different tests of unconditional coverage and conditional coverage. Three different portfolios...
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  • titan report
    types of experimental design - validity - external and internal - Sampling Terminology, Probabilistic and non-Probabilistic Sampling, Sampling Process, Sampling Size Determination, Sampling & Non-Sampling Errors, Statistical Terms in sampling. Unit - IV 3 Sessions ...
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  • Marketing Research
    Marketing research is the systematic and objective identification, collection, analysis, dissemination, and use of information for the purpose of improving decision making related to the identification and solution of problems and opportunities in marketing. Problem Identification Research: Research...
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  • Analysis of Case Sedalia Engine Plant(a)
    risk attached. Because you have not committed the major part of your project. Question No :2 You are the project manager of a Project. Which of the following techniques will you use to create the risk management plan? 1. Planning meetings 2. Status meetings 3. Variance meetings 4. Risk tolerance ...
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  • Marketing Research
    Research Questions: 6 Hypothesis: 6 Methodology 6 Sample Probability: 6 Questionnaires: 6 Field work & Data collection 8 Collecting data methods 8 Test-retest reliability 9 Content validity 9 Data preparation & analysis 9 Types of data 9 Analyzing and Testing Hypothesis 9 First hypothesis 9 Second...
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  • Value at Risk
    Uppsala University Abstract The dissatisfaction with the previous parametric VaR models in estimating the market values during past few years has put their reliability in question. As a substitute, non-parametric and semi-parametric techniques were created, which are the subjects of this thesis. We...
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  • Electrical Submersible Pump Survival Analysis
    ........4 Kaplan Meier (Non-Parametric) ...............................................................................................4 Cox Proportional Hazard (Semi-Parametric) ............................................................................6 Weibull (Parametric) .........................
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  • Efficient Market Hypothesis in Emerging Capital Markets
    Methods 8 3.1. Non-Parametric Tests 8 3.1.1. Kolmogrov Smirnov Goodness of Fit Test 9 3.1.2. Runs Test 9 3.2. Parametric Tests 10 3.2.1. Auto-Correlation Test 10 3.2.2. ADF (Augmented DickeyFuller) Test 11 3.2.3. PP (Philips Perron) Test 12 3.2.4. Auto-Regression...
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  • Ashley Fields Disseration
    experience of the use of intuitive skills and abilities will be examined and discussed. Research questions regarding the relationship between intuitive-type thought processes and methods of thinking and decision-making are considered. Finally, the Literature Review will explore rational and non-logical processing...
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  • Housing Market
    the Malaysian housing industry is on the unsold, overhang and oversupply of housing development throughout the country. One of the identified reasons why the economy of the country suffered badly during the 1997 economic recession was due to overhang and oversupply in the housing property. Apart from that...
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  • Halal Stock Designation and Impact on Price and Trading Volume
    positive occurrence. At the very least, such an inclusion places their stock on the radar screen of analysts, investors and in particular, index fund managers. With a wider constituency of potential investors, trading volume improves, increasing the liquidity of their stocks and consequently reduced liquidity...
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  • Research Paper
    the following: 1. Qualitative methods are data-free. These are the methods used for the following: a. Usually researches with data from non-probability samples b. Researches that do not seek generalization of data c. Researches not concerned with inferring the characteristics...
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