International Journal of social Sciences and Economic Review <p><strong>International Journal of Social Sciences and Economic review (IJSSER) (</strong>Online ISSN:2706-9346) is a double-blind peer-reviewed quarterly journal that encourages the latest research on the social sciences, and Economic globally. The aims of the journal are to publish quality research and provide access to international libraries to promote the original content in the field of social sciences and economics. The journal adheres to the double-blind peer review process to maintain quality and originality. IJSSER is a non-profit, academic journal that accepts the high quality theoretical or empirical works throughout the world that contribute genuine knowledge and research in the fields of social sciences and economics. In the 21st century, overcoming such problems seems to be challenging for educators and practitioners.</p> en-US <p>Authors retain the copyright of their manuscripts, and all Open Access articles are distributed under the terms of the&nbsp;<a href="">Creative Commons Attribution License</a>, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided that the original work is properly cited.</p> (Editor Journal) (Editorial Manager) Sun, 29 Dec 2019 01:27:40 +0000 OJS 60 Physical Asset Management Practices And Quality Service Delivery In Local Governments In Mid North Sub-Region Of Uganda <p><strong>Purpose of the study:</strong> Amidst soaring use of excellent physical assets, there is a less clear understanding of their weight on service delivery. Drawing on the contention that quality services delivery relies on excellent physical assets, the study aimed to establish how physical asset management practices affect quality service delivery in local governments in the mid-north sub-region of Uganda.</p> <p><strong>Methodology:</strong> The study used a cross-sectional design with a quantitative approach. A sample of 131 respondents was targeted and obtained using simple random and purposive sampling of physical asset managers in local governments. Collected data using a self-administered questionnaire was analyzed quantitatively (descriptive and inferential statistics) using Statistical Program for Social Scientists (SPSS Ver. 23).</p> <p><strong>Main Findings</strong>: Findings revealed that there was a positive correlation between physical asset management practices (<em>rho</em>.506) and quality service delivery. Accordingly, it was concluded that physical asset management practices, measured in terms of lifecycle planning, risk management, information management and performance management significantly affected quality service delivery in local governments in the mid-north sub-region of Uganda.</p> <p><strong>Research limitations/implications:</strong> The study used a quantitative approach in two local governments with probable missed out on qualitative aspects aside difficulty in generalizability. However, it enlightens theoreticians and practitioners in ensuring proper execution of physical asset management practices in engineering, infrastructure, estate, finance and above all public procurement; for the provision of quality services desired and expected by the different stakeholders.</p> <p><strong>Novelty/Originality of this study:</strong> This study parallels those in developed countries which reveal that success in quality service delivery is a result of using excellent physical assets. However, in developing countries studies are nearly nonexistent. Essentially, there is a paucity of research addressing the subject creating a need to study and systematically document elevation of delivery of quality services using excellent physical assets.&nbsp;</p> Peter Adoko Obicci (Author) ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 27 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0000 People With Vulnerabilities To Cyclone In The Coastal Area Of Bangladesh: An Overview <p><strong>Purpose of the study:</strong> Cyclone is a common disaster in Bangladesh because of affecting the coastal area almost every year. The intention of this paper is to explore the vulnerability to cyclone and the possible way of mitigating vulnerability in the coastal area of Bangladesh.</p> <p><strong>Methodology:</strong> This study is a content analysis of qualitative research and has been conducted on the basis secondary data, collected through content analysis and historical method of data collection on the basis of title and objectives.</p> <p><strong>Main findings:</strong> Only socio-economic factors aren’t responsible for making and rising vulnerability in coastal areas, rather physical, environmental, geographical setting and cultural factors are responsible. Besides, after cyclone there are various problems to take proper steps, the author has discussed a process of emergency action after cyclone and argued that the collaboration between government and NGOs can mitigate vulnerability.</p> <p><strong>Applications of the study: </strong>This study is useful for them who want to know about vulnerability to cyclone in the coastal area of Bangladesh and the Governmental and Non-governmental organizations.</p> <p><strong>Originality of the study:</strong> The author has concluded that this study will help to take step to reduce vulnerability to cyclone and to whom who would like to help to vulnerable people of the coastal area of Bangladesh and study on vulnerability.</p> Abdul Karim Gazi (Author) ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 27 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0000 Duty Of Confidentiality In Arbitration Process In Ethiopia <p><strong>Purpose of the study:</strong> the study aims to pinpoint the status of arbitration confidentiality in Ethiopia.</p> <p><strong>Methodology:</strong>&nbsp; Data were collected through document review and interviews of professionals who were selected purposively since they have a direct relation with the arbitration cases.</p> <p><strong>Finding:</strong> The finding of this research shows that the legal basis, scopes, application, and limitations of duty of confidentiality are full of debate.</p> <p><strong>Application:</strong> the Ethiopian parliament should enact new arbitration laws by taking a lesson from the New Zealand Arbitration Act and WIPO arbitration rules. Disputing parties should fill these gaps through their confidentiality contractual. The Court control and support to arbitration proceedings should be limited and confidential. Any person publication of arbitral awards should be without the identity of disputing parties.</p> <p><strong>Novelty:</strong> even if arbitration has many benefits, its application is low in Ethiopia. Therefore, this study may use as reference material for students’, disputing parties, and also the input for police and lawmakers</p> Negesse Asnake Ayalew (Author) ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 27 Dec 2019 18:24:40 +0000