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Mohd Arif
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Mohd Arif Business Educational World
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I am  independent research scholor,written diffrent working paper relate to business administration. 


Expert Areas:- 

Business management. 

International business 

International finance management 

Marketing management 

Entrepreneurship 

Business strategy 

International strategic alliance. 

Arif, Mohd,The Entrepreneur and Practice of Innovation(July 7, 2008). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1156285 

That means a person who have ability to the investment of the capital, utilize all resources of the factor of production, taking decision, and have assumption of risk against the profit. 

Entrepreneur a person, who seeking all resource of factor of production, resource management, behavior, cultural, financial, economical and political for establishing, invention and founded enterprise, have assumption of risk against profit and future growth. 


Keywords: Entreprenuer 

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Arif, Mohd,International Strategic Alliance(January 9, 2009). Available at SSRN:http://ssrn.com/abstract=1325230 


A collaborative agreement between two companies designed to achieve some strategic goal. Strategic alliances include international licensing agreements, management contracts, and joint ventures as special cases. 

A Strategic Alliance is a formal relationship formed between two or more parties to pursue a set of agreed upon goals or to meet a critical business need while remaining independent organizations. 

Strategic Alliance: a collaborative agreement entered into by two or more organisations with a specific purpose in mind. It might include joint ventures or looser arrangements that do not involve any equity stakes 

Partners may provide the strategic alliance with resources such as products, distribution channels, manufacturing capability, project funding, capital equipment, knowledge, expertise, or intellectual property. The alliance is a cooperation or collaboration which aims for a synergy where each partner hopes that the benefits from the alliance will be greater than those from individual efforts. The alliance often involves technology transfer (access to knowledge and expertise), economic specialization , shared expenses and shared risk. 

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Arif, Mohd,Economoc Crises Impact on 'Rural and Urban'(January 22, 2009). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1331395 

Abstract:      
The economic crises globally impact in all areas, but most of sector or categories most influence, and having experiance of crises. At the end of 2008, equity or stock markets down in ground level. The whole world economic position moved to diseconomics, and gain experiance of economic loss. Most of big stock of the world, NASDAQ, DOWJONES, AMEX, LSE, NSE, and BSE. All stock market fallen as rain in the ground. The asian market most probabally depend upon NASDAQ and DOWJONES, after fall down, american stock market all asian market fallen. 


Keywords: economic crises 

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Arif, Mohd,The Entrepreneur and Practice of Innovation(July 7, 2008). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1156285 

Abstract:      
That means a person who have ability to the investment of the capital, utilize all resources of the factor of production, taking decision, and have assumption of risk against the profit. 

Entrepreneur a person, who seeking all resource of factor of production, resource management, behavior, cultural, financial, economical and political for establishing, invention and founded enterprise, have assumption of risk against profit and future growth. 


Keywords: Entreprenuer 

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Arif, Mohd, Why Consumer Buy (March 8, 2010). Available at SSRN:http://ssrn.com/abstract=1566805 

Abstract:      
"Why consumers buy." It is a very dramatic paper that shows what motivates and influences consumers to purchase a product. Producers produce goods through production process, all factors of production and manpower, for selling the product in market. The final objective of every producer is to increase sales volume in context with profit. But if consumers do not have the initiative to buy the product, then all the production cost will be useless. Consumers do not take a chance to consume enough money in every product. But we need some necessity goods - the basic needs (food, water, clothes, homes). These are necessary, but in our market, different types of product are selling which are not necessity - objects such as pocket purses, key chains and other artificial goods. 

Keywords: consumer, Need of consumer 

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Arif, Mohd, Relationship between Marketing Segmentation and Consumer Needs (March 16, 2010). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1572351 

Abstract:      
"Why consumers buy" - is a very dramatic sentence, which shows that, why consumer motivation and influence to purchase a product. Producers produce good through the production process, and arrance all the factors of production and its manpower for selling the product in the market. Every production's process has a final objective of an increase in slaes volume in context with profit, but if consumers do not have initiative to buy the product, then all the production cost will be useless. Consumers do not take chances because there is not enough money for every product. 

Consumers have basic needs (food, water, clothing, housing) which are necessities for life, but in our market different types of products are selling, which are not necessities, objects such as pocket purses, key chains and other artificial goods. These products only objective is satisfaction of consumer life. 

Different types of consumers, we can see in the market, who who do not have a need to buy a product, are only walking the market and attract the products they decide to purchase. 

Keywords: marketing segmentation 

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Arif, Mohd, The Faith of Business Organization (February 25, 2010). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1558985 

Abstract:      
Business always do true and get right decision for its future, the faith of business denotes that such as we have faith in different religion, on god, god always do true and right decision, we only do work, have responsibility and accountability , all result get by god, as per religion. 

Keywords: Business Faith 

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Arif, Mohd, Buying and Selling Matix (March 16, 2010). Available at SSRN:http://ssrn.com/abstract=1572346 

Abstract:      
In the 20th Century, we are seeing different types of demand created to buy products. "Consumer is King of Market" - This sentence is universally true because the customer is public, and the public makes every decision, such as make a government. 

This time we are seeing a craving area - the craving influence to the customer to buy goods. Consumers have want desire and needs for product which are useful for his or her life. But mostly attract to each other consumer to consumer, that one consumer has "Fan" and "A.C.". Both are used as time to time, than other consumers who are attracted to and demand this product, that just arrived demand. 

Everyone likes luxury products and want luxury products. But according to the income factor, people manage and spend or invest on suitable product which give satisfaction. Producers produce goods time to time as development products through research and development by marketing research. 

Keywords: Marketing Segmentation, Consumer Needs 

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