Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review

Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review is a Bi-Monthly e-Journal of Multidisciplinary Research bearing ISSN: 2582-8088. The Journal covers contemporary research from all research areas and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.


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A Comparative Examination of the Nigerian and Kenyan Extradition Laws

The paper examined international law, treaties and conventions on interstate relations as regards rendition of fugitive criminals as well as the various legislative and judicial practices on extradition laws in Nigeria and Kenya. This was with a view to juxtaposing the nature of the treaty agreements with procedures statutorily stipulated for valid enforcement in these

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Towards Transparency and Efficiency: Assessing Public Procurement in Sub-Saharan Africa vis-à-vis Global Best Practices

Public procurement plays a pivotal role in government operations and socio-economic development, particularly in regions like Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). The study assessed public procurement practices in Sub-Saharan Africa using global best practices as parameters. It utilized cross-country time series data from World Bank Group and Transparency International for 30 Sub-Saharan African countries spanning 11 years

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Commercial Space Activities: Legal Framework and Challenges

Commercial space endeavors have experienced a considerable upswing in recent times, as private enterprises have entered the space sector and embarked on a diverse array of ventures, encompassing satellite launches, space tourism, and asteroid mining. This scholarly article delves into the legal framework that governs commercial space activities and the challenges that emerge within this

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Guidelines to Develop Listening and Speaking Skills in Chinese as a Foreign Language among Thai Students

The purpose of this paper is to explore the significance of self-efficacy and Grasha and Riechmann’s learning style theory enhances Thai secondary school students’ Chinese listening and speaking ability. Through deeply analyzing the motivation and effectiveness of Thai secondary school students in learning Chinese, as well as the learning habits of Thai secondary school students

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The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiatives on Community Development in Cameroon

The origin of CSR can be traced back to the 1950s and 1960s, when scholars and activists began questioning the social and environmental impacts of corporate activities. Influential figures such as Howard R.Bowen, known as the “father of CSR,” highlighted the social responsibilities of businesses in his book “ Social Responsibilities of the Businessman” published

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Impact of General Elections on Indian Economy

India is the world’s largest democratic country with around 900 million voters, 8 national parties, 57 state parties, and 2,764 unrecognised parties, 4,123 seats in state legislative assemblies, and 543 representatives in Parliament. This research paper will discuss the impact of general elections on different economic indicators such as inflation, exchange rates, stocks, and deficits.

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