American International Journal of Business and Management Studies https://www.acseusa.org/journal/index.php/aijbms <p><strong>Aims and Scope</strong></p> <p>American International Journal of Business and Management Studies is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed, open-access journal, published by the American Center of Science and Education. The journal is published in both print and online versions. The journal accepts article submissions by e-mail (<a href="mailto:aijbms@acseusa.org">aijbms@acseusa.org</a>).</p> <p>The online version is free to access and download. The subject areas include, but are not limited to the following fields:-</p> <ul> <li>Global Business</li> <li>E-Business</li> <li>Business Law And Business Ethics</li> <li>Business Finance And Investment</li> <li>General Management</li> <li>Organizational Behavior And Theory</li> <li>Entrepreneurship</li> <li>Organization Studies</li> <li>Corporate Governance</li> <li>Marketing</li> <li>Finance</li> <li>Economics</li> <li>Human Resource Management</li> <li>Strategic Management</li> <li>Supply Chain Management</li> <li>Production And Operations Management</li> <li>Information Technology Management</li> <li>Technology And Innovation</li> <li>Social Issues and Public Policy</li> <li>Public Administration and Relevant Subjects.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Features</strong></p> <ul> <li><strong>First Review: </strong><span style="float: none;">The editor or Managing Editor decides whether the article fits within the journal’s aims and scope. 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American Center of Science and Education takes such publishing ethics issues very seriously and our editors are trained to proceed in such cases with a zero-tolerance policy. To verify the originality of content submitted to our journals, we use <span style="float: none;">Turnitin</span> to check submissions against previous publications. American Center of Science and Education works with <a style="box-sizing: border-box; background-color: transparent; color: #0f5a9c; cursor: pointer;" title="" href="https://publons.com/about/home/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Publons</a> to provide reviewers with credit for their work.</li> </ul> American Center of Science and Education en-US American International Journal of Business and Management Studies 2641-4937 GREEN BANKING: AN INDISPENSABLE STEP FOR THE BANK TO SAVE OUR ENVIRONMENT https://www.acseusa.org/journal/index.php/aijbms/article/view/146 <p><em>This research aims at keeping our planet safe which we are harming day by day by the advancement of modern civilization. In modern age, we are now vastly dependent on bank sector for our important activities. As a result, banks in Bangladesh are performing digitalize and effective activities to maintain a sound economy due to emphasize public services for profits. In this study the authors found that profit should not be earned at the expense of the world's most pressing environmental problem which can be caused a climate change through global warming. Western countries have already thought out of the box and introduced green banking for sustainable development. Sampling framed and statistical tools used by researchers and reveals that green banking (GB) is not only corporate social responsibility (CSR) but also in broader sense of corporate environmental responsibility (CER). It also explains the main objective of green banking is to keep the world livable without any significant damage. Specifically, we already have seen the light. But we have to adopt this idea for all commercial Bank either public or private.</em></p> Noorjahan Begum Md. Mazharul Islam Bhuiyan Nushrat Hashmi Nayan Kumar Sadhu Md. Ali Imran Abu Obida Rahid Ikbal Ahmed Copyright (c) 2021 Noorjahan Begum, Md. Mazharul Islam Bhuiyan, Nushrat Hashmi, Nayan Kumar Sadhu, Md. Ali Imran, Abu Obida Rahid, Ikbal Ahmed https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-08-20 2021-08-20 3 1 1 11 10.46545/aijbms.v3i1.146 WORLD TRADE AFTER COVID-19 PANDEMIC SHOCK – RECOVERY OR STAGNATION? https://www.acseusa.org/journal/index.php/aijbms/article/view/205 <p><em>Globalization has shorten the world &amp; make the life easier. It also results liberalization of trade. Hence, world trade or global trade acts as a coordinator of foreign trade of different countries. Due to the behavioral and structural position, world trade is also responsible for spreading crises and infectious diseases. Nowadays the world is facing a perilous situation for worldwide spreading of COVID-19 pandemic. The acceleration of this pandemic causes the deceleration of the normal life of the nations. The leaders of most of the countries implement restrictive policies to protect their citizens from this pandemic, i.e., lockdown, travel restrictions. Consequently, COVID-19 produces an economic impact through the interruptions of personal income, world trade, and demand &amp; supply chain. After the last financial crisis 2008-09, the world is again facing a destructive fall in world trade. The aim of this paper is to provide an overview of world trade during COVID-19 and the present situation of this whether it is in stagnation or recovery. The paper uses secondary data from different journals, websites, newspapers and blogs for analysis </em><em>purposes. This paper concludes that the world merchandise trade’s recovery is stronger than the world services trade. The reasons for sluggish world services trade is the restricted international travels &amp; tourisms. There is no equal merchandise trade recovery for all the countries. Some countries are winners &amp; some are losers. </em></p> Marzina Akhter Copyright (c) 2021 Marzina Akhter https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-09-26 2021-09-26 3 1 12 19 10.46545/aijbms.v3i1.205 APPLICATION OF SEVEN PRINCIPLES OF MAIZBHANDARI TARIQA ON BUSINESS ETHICS FOR SME’S SUSTAINABILITY IN FATIKCHARI, BANGLADESH https://www.acseusa.org/journal/index.php/aijbms/article/view/206 <p><em>Ethical awareness is vital for business organizations to gain the trust of customers and the sustenance of business. Inner purification is a prerequisite for developing ethical personification, thus, helping an individual demonstrate the culmination of morality. At the same time, we need to transform self-purification into organizational behaviour. In this case, Usul-e-Sab’a (the seven principles) originated by “Khatam ul Awliya '' Gauth al-Azam Hazrat Maulana Shah Sufi Syed Ahmad Ullah (R.) can play a vital role. The seven principles’ methods can assist the business community to bring business sustenance through awakening morality and ethics. Therefore, the purpose of the study is to bring sustainability in the business and in the organizational behaviour through Usul-e-Sab’a (the seven principles) which is an effective method of self-purification and also the attainment of morality. In order to draw an effective result, the exploratory research design has been applied. For collecting data, a survey questionnaire was developed and was administered to the chosen traders. The findings of the study show business sustainability of those SME traders have been increased who practice ethics for their business. The study will assist the trader’s community, in general, to build up a moral life and organize their business with honesty and integrity.</em></p> Shahjada Syed Irfanul Hoque Muhammad Muhi Uddin Muhammad Ali Asgor Mejbaul Alam Bhuiyan Copyright (c) 2021 Shahjada Syed Irfanul Hoque, Muhammad Muhi Uddin, Muhammad Ali Asgor, Mejbaul Alam Bhuiyan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-09-26 2021-09-26 3 1 20 33 10.46545/aijbms.v3i1.206 THE EFFECTS OF HUMAN CAPITAL ATTRIBUTES ON THE EMPLOYABILITY READINESS AMONG ENGINEERING GRADUATES IN THE HIGH EDUCATION INSTITUTE’S IN OMAN https://www.acseusa.org/journal/index.php/aijbms/article/view/222 <p><em>The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of human capital attributes on the employability readiness of the engineering graduates of the High Education Institutes in Oman. The study adopted self-directed structured questionnaire distributed to a sample of engineering students and graduates from a number of colleges and universities. The study used the structural equation modelling (SEM) for analysing the collected data. The findings of the statistical analysis of the study showed that Omani graduates signify professional ethics and morality, teamwork including respecting others, cooperating, negotiating, persuading, and contributing to discussions, Communication skills including listening and questioning, Capacity for lifelong learning including openness to new ideas, Creative thinking of the ability to develop and apply appropriate solutions, and Problem solving skills of the ability to analyse facts and situations as the top required skills of Readiness for Employability. Specifically, study findings showed Human capital attributes factor has high influence on the Readiness for Employability of the graduates in Oman. Finally,</em><em> the study’s implementations and recommendations could be transferred to the Gulf and Arab or other countries’ contexts having similar settings of HE systems and similar issues of skills gap and employability concern of their graduates.</em>&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Masoud Rashid Al Hinai Abul Bashar Bhuiyan Nor Azilah Husin Copyright (c) 2021 Masoud Rashid Al Hinai, Abul Bashar Bhuiyan, Nor Azilah Husin https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-11-24 2021-11-24 3 1 34 48 10.46545/aijbms.v3i1.222 DOES INDIVIDUAL ATTRIBUTES MATTERS ON THE EMPLOYABILITY READINESS AMONG ENGINEERING GRADUATES IN THE HIGH EDUCATION INSTITUTES IN OMAN https://www.acseusa.org/journal/index.php/aijbms/article/view/223 <p><em>The aim of this study is to examine the effects individual attributes on the Employability Readiness among engineering graduates of the High Education Institutes in Oman. The study adopted self-directed structured questionnaire which was distributed to a sample of engineering students and graduates from a number of colleges and universities. The study used the structural equation modelling (SEM)&nbsp; for analysing the collected data.&nbsp; The findings of the statistical analysis of the study showed the most influential individual attributes on graduates’ readiness for employability are workshop attendance that affect the attainment of the technical skills of the graduates, family motivations, and graduates’ career orientations that help graduates to identify future career requirements and future career opportunities, and graduates’ personal learning targets. Also, class attendance, academic excellence, financial sources, and parents’ career position showed high important effects as well. The findings of this attribute which consist of the individual attributes of personnel’s’ values, attitudes, abilities, and work-life balance enhance the graduates attainment of the adaptability and flexibility attributes for their future readiness for employability. Therefore, study findings showed Individual attributes factor has high influence on the Readiness for Employability of the graduates in Oman. Finally,</em><em> the study’s implementations and recommendations could be transferred to the Gulf and Arab or other countries’ contexts having similar settings of HE systems and similar issues of skills gap and employability concern of their graduates.</em><em>&nbsp;&nbsp; </em></p> Masoud Rashid Al Hinai Abul Bashar Bhuiyan Nor Azilah Husin Copyright (c) 2021 Masoud Rashid Al Hinai, Abul Bashar Bhuiyan, Nor Azilah Husin https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-11-25 2021-11-25 3 1 49 59 10.46545/aijbms.v3i1.223