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international journal of finance, accounting and corporation (IJFAC)

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1 The Impact of Corporate's Size on Their Common Stock's Return: Evidence from EGX   , Osama Wagdi Faculty of Management, Modern University for Technology and Information (MTI), Cairo, Egypt https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0451-9726 Yasmin Tarek Faculty of Management, Modern University for Technology and Information (MTI), Cairo, Egypt Ahmed Medhat Faculty of Management Students, Modern University for Technology and Information (MTI), Cairo Amr Mahdy Faculty of Management Students, Modern University for Technology and Information (MTI), Cairo Batool Waleed Faculty of Management Students, Modern University for Technology and Information (MTI), Cairo Omar Ashraf Faculty of Management Students, Modern University for Technology and Information (MTI), Cairo
The current research investigates the impact of the corporate's size of their common stock return in Egyptian exchange (EGX); the population of the study is Egyptians corporation that has been issued common stock and listed on the Egyptian Stock Exchange during the year 2019, finally, the study found an impact of corporate's size on their return; and it explain a 41% from the change on common stock's return in EGX. The study recommends that investors and portfolio managers consider the corporate's size as one of the determinants of investment weights for common stock; it's has impact of performance's portfolio, according to two dimensions are risk and return.  
2 Goods and Service Tax (GST): Growth and Future in India   , Deepika Arora
Biggest Tax regime named GST is the measure taken by Government of India to remove cascading or tax on the tax structure of indirect taxes. Although, this deals with simplifying the system but still faces certain problems in an economy to gain confidence of all manufacturers or retailers. This study uses the secondary data sources and focuses on the growth of GST in Indian Economy, its benefits, drawbacks and future scope in India.  
3 Survival Analysis of Novel Coronavirus(2019-nCov) Using Nelson Aalen Survival Estimate.   , OmotayoJohncally Abere  
Coronavirus contains virus whose genome consists of a single strand of ribonucleic acid. Novel Coronavirus is a new kind of coronavirus which originated from a Chinese city, Wuhan, in December 2019. W.H.O has officially tagged the disease caused by this coronavirus as COVID-19 because of how it spreads. It can be spread from animal to mankind or from human to human. This disease outbreak has recorded tens of thousand of infected people while over thousand people lost their lives within short period of time. Therefore, there is a need to investigate the survival pattern of this disease in order to have ideal knowledge about it and to combat its spread.The specific objective of this research is to analytically estimate the survival chances of the infected persons within specified time frame. The paper also recommended ways to prevent the disease from spreading.The major data were got from the internet based on the surveys/reports of health or health related organizations. The two statistical tools used in this research are descriptive and inferential. Nelson Aalen survival model was used to carried out the survival estimate based on the computation arrived at using Microsoft excel package. This study analysed novel coronavirus cases from January 22 to February 10, 2020.The geographical location of this research is not limited to China where the disease broke out but explored situations in the world as a whole, although special attention was paid to cases in China. From the Nelson Aalen estimate analysis carried out, the chances of survival was higher within the short time of contacting the virus. The chances reduce as time passes. The closer the estimate obtained is closer to value 1 from 0.5 upward, the better the chance of survival from the virus. In order to minimize the rate at which the disease spreads, this paper recommended WUHAN prevention concept. The survival chances will be maximized if responses that are aimed at mitigating exposure to the risk factors and adequate access to health services are effectively and efficiently employed. Also, this research recommended vigorous health programs to encourage lifestyles preventing this disease and more budgetary spending in affected areas should be the focus of public health actions in order to provide effective treatments.  
4 Assessment of the Policies for Social Inclusion Influence to the Public Sector Management and Institutions in Burundi   , Nuhu A. Sansa  
Literature evidence revealed that Burundi is experiencing the challenge of good governance and policies implementations for the public welfare and sustainable economic development. However the influence of policies for social inclusion to the public sector management and institutions at Burundi have never been addressed. The present study is undertaken to investigate the influence of the policies for social inclusion to the public sector management and institutions during the period from 2005 to 2018 in Burundi. With that fact, the simple  linear regression model has been applied to analyse the influence of policies to the public sector management and institutions during the period from 2005 to 2018 in Burundi. Time series data from the world bank during the period from 2005 to 2018 were employed by the study. To find the desired goals the study assumes Policies for social inclusion to be an independent variable while public sector management and institutions to be an dependent variable of study. The findings of the study were really interesting. The study findings revealed that there is a positive significant relationship between the public policy for social inclusion and the public sector management and institutions during the period from 2005 to 2018 in Burundi. That indicates policies for social inclusion have influenced the public sector management and institutions during the period from 2005 to 2018 in Burundi.  
5 The Impact of the COVID - 19 on the Financial Markets: Evidence From China and USA   , Nuhu A. Sansa  
Globally, the Covid - 19  shock is severe even compared to the Great Financial Crisis in 2007–08. However, The impact of the Covid - 19 on the Financial markets have never been researched. The present study is undertaken to investigate the impact of the Covid - 19 on the Financial Markets from the period dated 1st March 2020 to 25th march 2020 in China and USA. The study applied a Simple regression model to investigate the impact of the Covid - 19 on the Financial Markets during the period from dated 1st March 2020 to 25th march 2020 in China and USA. Time series data from China Covid - 19 Statistics Reports and Trading Economics from 1st march 2020 to 25th march 2020 for China and USA were employed by the study. The study used the  Shanghai Stock Exchange as a sample for China and the New York Dow Jones as a sample for the USA. On the process of investigating the impact of the Covid - 19 on the financial markets the study assumes the Covid - 19 Confirmed cases to be the independent variable while Shanghai Stock Exchange and New York Dow Jones to be an dependent variables of the study in China and USA . The study findings were in actual fact very interesting. The study findings revealed that there is a positive significant relationship between the Covid - 19 confirmed cases and all the Financial markets (Shanghai stock exchange and New York Dow Jones) from 1st march 2020 to 25th march 2020 in China and USA. That means the Covid - 19 had a significant impact on the financial markets from 1st march 2020 to 25th march 2020 in China and USA.