• Demographically Extended & State Specific Optimal Commodity Taxes for India 

      Seth, A. K.; Bhathnage, Ankur ( Qatar University , 2006 , Article)
      This paper attempts to provide conclusive evidence of regional variations in demand be¬haviour in India using the Restricted Non Linear Preference System. Also the importance of household composition is brought out clearly ...
    • Jordanian Consumers' Complaint Behavior 

      Khareaim, Hamza Salim Lutfi ( Qatar University , 2006 , Article)
      The objective of this paper is to examine consumer complaint behavior (CCB) post-purchase dissatisfaction, which is a critical factor for business firms pursuing consumers' retention. Marketers should encourage consumer ...
    • Investigation of Factors Influencing Students' Intentions to Use the Internet: Jordanian Universities Context 

      Awadh, Muhammad; Al-Adaileh, Raid Mohammed ( Qatar University , 2006 , Article)
      The increasing use of information technology (IT) applications within universities context increases the importance of exploring cognitive and psychological factors that might influence successful introduction and usage ...
    • Economic Policies and the Possibilities of Unified GCC Currency 

      Abdul Qader, Khalid Shams; Shotar, Manhal M. ( Qatar University , 2006 , Article)
      The aim of this study is to identify the extent to which the GCC countries can adopt similar economic policies by the time the GCC unified currency is formed in 2010. Among other convergence standards, we examined the ...
    • The Patterns of Subcontracting arrangements In the Malaysian Automobile Industry 

      Rosly, Mohammed ( Qatar University , 2006 , Article)
      This paper presents empirical insights into the patterns of subcontracting arrangements and management in the Malaysian automobile industry. Despite a small sample size, the empirical results contribute some knowledge to ...