Abstracts 2018

The following papers have been submitted for consideration:

Challenges to sustainable development Public-Private Partnerships: customers, employees and investors (Beverlee B. Anderson and Catalin Ratiu)
Public Private Partnerships and sustainable urbanization development: evidence from China (Wei Xiong and Dajian Zhu)
Public-Private Partnerships as a strategic approach for roads-bridges development and implementation of sustainable development goals in Nigeria (Luckman Raimi)
Renewable energy for sustainable development and the impact on the global economic system (Shawqi Al Dallal)
Public Private Partnerships and their relationship with Sustainable Development in Brazil (Danilo de Oliveira Sampaio)
Innovation platforms fostering community of practices in a low carbon economy towards 2030: transformative mechanisms and processes for realizing SDGs (Cristian Matti, Julia Panny, Blanca Juan Agulló and Irene Vivas Lalinde)
Public Private Partnerships in history, theory and practice (Bhabani Shankar Nayak)
Privatisation and women’s employment position in Sudan (Limiaa Abdelghafar Khalfalla and Elsadig Musa Ahmed)
How to make PPPs work for sustainability development? a case study of bicycle-sharing service in China (Huanming Wang, Bin Chen, Wei Xiong, Liuhua Yang & Dajian Zhu)
Building digital capacity for sustainable development (Amer Al-Roubaie)
Public Private Partnerships in Social Services (Ronald McQuaid)
The role of corporations in achieving sustainable development: reformulating the future through strategy, leadership, and innovation (Naz Onel)
Individual factors affecting administrative innovation (Hala Abou Arraj)
Dynamic sustainability of risk allocation in Private Public Partnership project (Bin-chao Deng, Yihong Wang and Han Li)
Islamic banking finance to small entrepreneurs: a case of Kenya (An Institutional Network Approach) (Mohammed Nurul Alam and Nurul Ayn Binte Noor)
Analysis of the European Union’s 2009 ban on Seal Fur Products and how is it that the European Union has done what the United States has yet to do? (Charlene Grant)
Examining sustainability and innovation in public private partnerships (PPPs): Selective case studies from the United Arab Emirates (Shilpi Banerjee and Dima Maaytah)
Mental health well-being within UN’s Sustainable Development Goals 2030 (Lade Olugbemi)
Shoot regeneration from nodal segment of Acacia Senegal in Borno State of Nigeria (Njidda M. Gadzama, Jummai T. Kaldapa, Martha Tarfa & Bukar H. Kabura)
Demystifying China’s environmental governance system 1973-2016: role of law, position of actor and linkage of policy (Rui Mu)
Combating Desertification in Sudan: Experiences and lessons learned (Sarra Ahmed Mohamed Saad)
An exemplary case of a research & development collaboration between the Northern Municipal Council and local universities in the Kingdom of Bahrain (Mahmood H. Alaafia)
Migration and the Sustainable Development Goals 2030 Agenda (Olivia Joseph-Aluko)
Towards modelling diaspora contribution as agents for development (Adil Ahmed Dafa’Alla and Elmouiz Siddeg Hussain)
An empirical analysis of the sustainability of Intra GCC merchandise trade during 1995-2015-is it still a utopian dream? (Subhadra Ganguli)
Sustainable business practices in Kenya’s informal economy: an emerging framework to describe level of engagement with sustainable practices (Nicholas Andreou, Enrico Calvanese & Alannah Keogh)
Ecological vulnerability evaluation in West China: evaluate vulnerability and its synergy degree with government performance (Yan Li)
Striving for environmental excellence by controlling future brownfields in Africa specifically for Ethiopia; a grey incidence decision-making approach (Mikiale Gebreslase, Yuming Zhu, Naveed Ahmad & Dawit Bekele)
Millennials empowerment: examining youth entrepreneurship development in policy and practice (Ikedinachi K. Ogamba)
Can public private partnerships sway the conservation and enterprise development of medicinal plants in the protected forests of Bangladesh? (Md. Habibur Rahman)
Poverty eradication and Public-Private Partnership a nexus through “The Research Thesis Systems Thinking Application Strategy” for university graduates in Africa. An especial case study of Nigeria
(John-Jay J. Asemota)
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