Trends in the Global Automotive Sector ►Muneer Sultana and Khairul Amilin Ibrahim
ABSTRACT Automakers everywhere in the world are pinning their hopes on rising demand in the developing nations. Although customers in mature markets are downscaling to fuel – efficient basic cars, a sizeable proportion of consumers in the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) markets still aspire to own bigger cars, such as SUVs. With demand for vehicles deteriorating in most established marketplaces in the aspect of the world-widest agnation, high fuel costs and metropolitan pouring limitations, the industry is turning its consideration even extra powerfully towards the increasing middle classes in the new power houses of China, India, Brazil, Russia and other growing nations. In this context a study has been conducted to know the trends of automotive industry globally. The study is equipped grounded on primary facts and secondary statistics. The primary data has collected through oral interview from stalwarts of automotive industry. The secondary facts is composed from the information of international conference of automotive industry and all existing literature has collected also from internet automotive websites, auto business magazines, e-auto journals etc. findings out the study reveals that there is growing demand for car in future at global level . Finally suggestions have been framed and conclusions have been drawn for the study. Keywords:Automotive Industry, Global, Trends, International Automotive Conference
Entrepreneurship Research in Morocco from 2005 to 2012: Bibliographic ►Ahsina Khalifa, Taouab Omar and Aït Lemqeddem Hamid
ABSTRACT The evaluation of the research in SMES and entrepreneurship has been the subject of several research works. These works have been made particularly in the anglo-saxon countries, Busenitz et al (2003) , Meyer and al, (2014), Frank Lasch sees and Said Yami in the francophone countries and Jose C. Sánchez Andrea Gutierrez (2011) in the Spanish-speaking countries. However, this type of research is absent in the emerging countries such as Morocco, hence the usefulness of this work. . The aims of this research is to evaluate the moroccan research in SMES and entrepreneurship. The work is based on the census of 237 articles published between 2005 and 2012 in the three main scientific journals of management in Morocco: the Moroccan journal of management control, the Moroccan journal of commerce and management and the Moroccan journal of Research in Management and Marketing. Keywords : Research Evaluation, SMES, entrepreneurship, historical approach.
The Impact of Organizational Justice on the Behavior of Organizational Citizenship An Applied Study on the Employees of the Department of Income and Sales Tax in Jordan ►Fatima lahcen Yachou Ait Yassine, Abd Akhaleq Hammouri and Omar Mohammad Aljaradat
ABSTRACT The main aim of this study is the identification of the employees' perception level of organizational justice and their perception of the behavior of organizational citizenship in the Department of Income and Sales Tax in Jordan and the identification of the existence of statistical significance (α =0.05) of organizational justice on the behavior of organizational citizenship in the Department of Income and Sales Tax in Jordan. To achieve the aims of this study, (484) questionnaires were distributed to the employees of the Department of Income And Sales Tax in Jordan. The following important results were concluded:
The level of the employees' perception of the dimensions of organizational justice was medium.
The level of the employees' perceptional of their practicing the behavior of organizational citizenship in the Department of Income And Sales Tax was high.
The existence of a strong correlation between distributive justice and the behavior of organizational citizenship, and the procedural justice and the behavior of citizenship; the existence of a medium correlation between the interactive justice and the behavior of organizational citizenship, and the assessment justice and the behavior of organizational citizenship.
The existence of a statistically significant impact of organizational justice on the behavior of organizational citizenship because all the dimensions of the behavior of organizational citizenship were explained as, at least, one of the dimensions of organizational justice.
In light of the results, the most important recommend were as follows:
The necessity for the care of the management about the important of the level of organizational justice.
The availability of a healthy organizational climate which helps the employees to enhance their feeling of organizational justice and encourage them to manifest their potential toward the practice of the behavior of organizational citizenship.
Keywords: organizational justice, behavior of organizational citizenship, the Department of Income And Tax, Jordan.