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Effect of Media Transportation and Advertising Transportation on Customers Responsiveness

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Farooq Nawaz , Muhammad Mubashar Iqbal , Shehzad Bashir

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Farooq Nawaz , Muhammad Mubashar Iqbal , Shehzad Bashir (2016). Effect of Media Transportation and Advertising Transportation on Customers Responsiveness. International Journal of Business, Economics and Management, 3(12): 188-197. DOI: 10.18488/journal.62/2016.3.12/62.12.188.197
Customers are always surrounded by the media and advertising in their daily lives. These tactics are used to get the customer engagement towards the program, video or advertisement. Engagement with understanding the complete message of it called transportation. This research is conducted to examine the effects of media, transportation, advertising transportation on customer responsiveness. For this purpose, an ad is placed in between the video for the respondents. Target respondents are the students and the general public. Primary data is collected from above two hundred eighty seven respondents in Sahiwal via questionnaires. The results show that advertising transportation has the more significant effect on the customers’ responsiveness.

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Testing the PPP Using Unit Root Tests with Structural Breaks: Evidence from Politically Unstable Arab Countries

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Zeina Al-Ahmad , Linda Ismaiel (2016). Testing the PPP Using Unit Root Tests with Structural Breaks: Evidence from Politically Unstable Arab Countries. International Journal of Business, Economics and Management, 3(12): 173-187. DOI: 10.18488/journal.62/2016.3.12/62.3.173.187
This study examines the validity of the Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) in four Arab countries that recently experienced political instability, those being Syria, Egypt, Tunisia, and Bahrain. Using monthly data of the real effective exchange rates (REER) of the countries in question from 1995 to 2014, the study utilizes the ADF test along with unit root tests that account for endogenous structural breaks in the data, this includes the Zivot and Andrews one structural break test and the Lumsdaine and Papell one, two and three structural breaks tests. The findings were in favor of the PPP in Syria, Egypt and Tunisia when the Lumsdaine and Papell three structural breaks test was applied. The findings also confirm the importance of capturing the right number of the breaks in the data as tests that failed to account for structural breaks in the data were more against the PPP.  Interestingly, the findings reveal that the political instability did not cause a structural break for Syria and Egypt, which validates the criticism to the Perron test that exogenously defining structural breaks might not be appropriate.

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This study contributes to the PPP literature as it is the first, up to our knowledge, that examines the validity of the PPP in the presence of a structural break triggered by political instability as the one experienced recently by many Arab countries.