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Welcome to Allied Sciences and Engineering Journals

Allied Sciences and Engineering Journals (ASEJ) is an international, single-blind, editorial-reviewed bi-monthly online academic research journal publication dedicated to promoting the advancement of science and engineering. ASEJ encourages innovative ideas and research across all fields and publishes high-quality original papers, theory-based empirical studies, review articles, case reports, conference proceedings, technology reports, book reviews, commentaries, and news.

Scope and Areas of Interest ASEJ covers a wide range of disciplines, making it a truly multidisciplinary Sciences and Engineering platform. The journal invites submissions in the following areas: Engineering and Technology, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences and Health and Medicine Read Full Scope

Submission and Publication Authors are cordially invited to submit full-length, original, and unpublished research articles.

  • Submission Date: Open
  • Publication Date: Last day of each month

ROLE OF ZAKAT IN BUSINESS GROWTH AND EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

Published by: Mohammed Arshad Khan

Pages: 1-16 |

As an Islamic economic and social funding device, Zakat is a tool that contributes to human well-being. This study explored the effect of zakat empowerment initiatives on Zakir wealth (the zakat beneficiary) in connection to business growth as a mediating variable. Partial Least Square Structural Equation Modelling (PLS-SEM) is used in this quantitative study to analyse 186 Indian zakat
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FINANCIAL SYSTEM STRUCTURE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN CAMEROON: RELATIVE EFFICIENCY OF BANK AND MARKET FINANCE.

Published by: Zedou Abdala

Pages: 17-25 |

This paper aims to determine whether banks and market finance compete or complement each other. Using the Beck (2010) methodology, it confronts pro-bank and pro-market literature and applies OLS techniques to assess the relative importance of bank-based and market-based finance. The results show that banks have a negative impact on growth, but markets are not significant. However, banks and
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TRADE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: DO GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY AND THE QUALITY REGULATION MATTER?

Published by: Votsoma Philémon, Bita Charles Alain, Zamo Akono Christian

Pages: 26-36 |

This article assesses the effect of political institutions, as captured by government efficiency and the quality of regulation, on the relationship between economic growth and trade openness using a sample of five Central African countries over the period 1996-2016. Using the Generalized Moment Estimator (GMM), we find that trade  has a positive impact on economic growth and, in the other
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