Journal of Research in Educational Sciences

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Vol. 8, No. 10, 2017

Microeconomic Simulator of Firm Behavior under Monopolistic Competition
IntroductionThe purpose of the microeconomic simulator is to provide an interactive method for reinforcing and evaluating a person's understanding of basic economic principles. While computer software is permeating into every area of study, including...
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General Considerations regarding the Scientific Research
IntroductionThe history of scientific research represents a recent preoccupation. In this way, the critical approach appeared as soon as certain scientific acquirements were gathered, which brought up the necessity of the selection, as well as the introduction...
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Returns to Education: A Review of Classical Literature
IntroductionTo what extent are there economic benefits from investing in education? Who benefits most and under what circumstances? These questions are at the heart of issues in estimating returns to education, a classic topic in the literature of modern...
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Main Areas of the Implementation of Multiculturalism in Professional Educator Training in the USA
IntroductionThe state of culture and society is determined by the structural and content features of the education system. In other words, every nation has the educational system that corresponds to the state of its culture and society, to the needs...
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Vol. 7, No. 9, 2016

Remodeling the University as an Institution of Choice
IntroductionMost traditional universities need to rebrand themselves to seize opportunities or to thwart potential threats in the future. Proactive rebranding is necessary in response to expected growth and partnership opportunities. A rebranding exercise...
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Using Computer Simulators for Teaching Macroeconomics at the Undergraduate Level
1. IntroductionThe purpose of the "Keynesian Macroeconomic Simulator of Fiscal Policy" is to facilitate teaching basic macroeconomic principles to undergraduate students by providing them with a hands-on opportunity to experiment with the various macroeconomic...
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Assessment Methods and Techniques of the Professional Performances
1. IntroductionProfessional performances assessment of employees from an organizational system constitutes an act of great responsibility, as it is the basis for the adoption of the strategic decisions affecting the future evolution of the entire system.From...
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Is It Too Much English?
1.IntroductionThe necessity to communicate, contemporary with certain historical moments of a nation and implicitly of that nation's language, entailed massive borrowings from the cultures with which that nation came into contact. In what Romanians are...
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Practice of Academic Guidance at High School Level: A Longitudinal Case Study
1.IntroductionThe first step of choosing a profession is choosing an education program. However, with the global changes, it is getting harder to make a choice. There are some reasons for this; one of them is individual's desire to have a say in their...
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Vol. 6, No. 8, 2015

Emotional Intelligence and Job Satisfaction among University Teachers
IntroductionThe most crucial factor for achievement of goals, success and development of any organization is human resource development. In education organization, human resources are committed, reliable, hardworking, favorable working atmosphere and...
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Government Spending in Education and Economic Growth in Cameroon: A Vector Error Correction Model Approach
1. IntroductionEducation in Cameroon is based on the British and French educational systems. As such, there are two educational systems in the country. In the French speaking regions or areas, the French system of education dominates, while in the English...
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Creating Markets out of Nothing: The Case of the Continuing Education System in Greece
1. IntroductionThe vocational training policy in Greece was introduced due to the pressure exercised by the E.U. but it was implemented in such a way that it served the domestic political economy. The seven (7) laws and the dozens of ministerial decrees...
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Student Enthusiasm as a Key Determinant of Their Performance
1. IntroductionThe issue of student academic performance in many universities setup has engross huge attention in the literature. Various scholars have considered a lots of factors associated with these performance particularly in modern literatures...
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Vol. 7, No. 8, 2015

Student Enthusiasm as a Key Determinant of Their Performance
1. IntroductionThe issue of student academic performance in many universities setup has engross huge attention in the literature. Various scholars have considered a lots of factors associated with these performance particularly in modern literatures...
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Emotional Intelligence and Job Satisfaction among University Teachers
IntroductionThe most crucial factor for achievement of goals, success and development of any organization is human resource development. In education organization, human resources are committed, reliable, hardworking, favorable working atmosphere and...
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Creating Markets out of Nothing: The Case of the Continuing Education System in Greece
1. IntroductionThe vocational training policy in Greece was introduced due to the pressure exercised by the E.U. but it was implemented in such a way that it served the domestic political economy. The seven (7) laws and the dozens of ministerial decrees...
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Government Spending in Education and Economic Growth in Cameroon: A Vector Error Correction Model Approach
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)1.IntroductionEducation in Cameroon is based on the British and French educational systems. As such, there are two educational systems in the country. In the French speaking regions or areas, the French system...
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Vol. 4, No. 6, 2013

The Meaning of Education for Sustainable Development and Energy on the New East Timor Curricula
Abstract:In several countries, numerous citizens survive in problematic conditions, such as extreme poverty, hunger, disease and social conflicts, which may create many problems, e.g. pollution, deforestation, climate change and its consequences. To...
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Re-Evaluating Some of the Fundamental Educational Questions in Line with the Development in New Physics
Abstract:The purpose of the study is to understand whether the developments in physics after quantum theory can have an impact on educational sciences. Throughout the research quantitative paradigms was used. The qualitative data were obtained from a...
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Creating Markets out of Nothing: The Case of the Continuing Education System in Greece
Abstract:The development of the vocational training policy constitutes one of the most interesting examples of a policy which was introduced entirely due to the pressure exercised by the EU, but it was implemented in such a way that it served the domestic...
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Analyzing the Effectiveness of Marketing Communication within the Faculty of Mining and Geology, Vsb-Tu Ostrava and Verifying Hypotheses
Abstract:University managers face dynamic changes of environment which constraints them to innovate current approaches to managing the communication and to implement such a marketing approach into the management system that requires a high-quality communication...
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Implementing the Bologna Process in the Romanian Higher Economic Education System
AbstractIn order to ensure the comparability in the standards and quality of the higher education qualifications of all European countries' educational systems, the ministers of education of the European countries signed the Bologna Declaration in 1999....
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The Role of Human Resource Management with Special Qualifications Provided for Enhancing the Quality of Higher Education in Kosovo
Abstract:Higher education is one of the essential components of social and political transformations, which also directly affect the steady state institutions and the creation of preconditions for economic development. As shown by the experiences of...
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Solving Optimal Timing Problems Elegantly
Abstract:Few textbooks in mathematical economics cover optimal timing problems. Those which cover them do it scantly or in a rather clumsy way, making it hard for students to understand and apply the concept of optimal time in new contexts. Discussing...
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Is Public Education Viable? a Brief Critical Review of Neoliberalism in Education with a Special Focus on the Portuguese Situation
AbstractAs well as in other social domains, neoliberalism has been invading education. This trend is leading to a general commodification and to the progressive substitution of some basic values, as the equality of opportunities, by efficiency and competitiveness....
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Vol. 3, No. 5, Winter

The Importance of Teaching Techniques, Environment and United Arab Emirates University Assessment for Newly Admitted Undergraduate Students in the United Arab Emirates University
Abstract:Teaching undergraduate students requires innovative teaching methods to enhance students' learning. A combined approach using various teaching strategies has been reported to be necessary for a positive shift in students' learning. In the present...
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Students and Entrepreneurship: Effect of the Training
Abstract:This paper is intended to explain the formation of entrepreneurial intentions of students from the Faculty of Sfax (Tunisia), after their participation in programs or courses on entrepreneurship. We are interested in understanding programs or...
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Getting the Bias Wrong: Educational Opportunities for Boys and Girls in Mexico
Abstract:The First National Survey on Discrimination in Mexico, conducted in 2004, reported that 15 out of every 100 parents think they should not invest in their daughter's education because they will ultimately get married and it will be a waste of...
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