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Volume 3

Tax System In The Informal Sector: A Case Study of Harare Informal Sector Tax Systems
Zingwina Moses and Njaya Tavonga, Zimbabwe Open University, Zimbabwe
An Evaluation of the Traditional Historical Cost Basis of Accounting in Providing Value and Relevance of Accounting
Information Relevant for Decision Making to the Stakeholders in the New Economy Firms

Mudimba Leonard, Zimbabwe Open University, Zimbabwe
Informal Sector Financial Challenges: A Case of Manufacturing Informal Small Medium Enterprises (SMES), Harare
Zingwina Moses, Zimbabwe Open University, Zimbabwe
Debt Management Analysis: A Case of Local Government Authorities in Mashonal and West Province, Zimbabwe
Zingwina Moses, Zimbabwe Open University, Zimbabwe
Employee Loyalty and Organization’s Role: A Case Study based on Export Oriented Manufacturing Company, Sri Lanka
A.J.Jayasekara1 and A.P.Weeraman2, 1University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka, 2Cardiff Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
Covid–19: Pandemic Risks and SMES Sustainability in Developing Nations: Evidence from Nigeria
Saka Toyin Shafau1 and Abere Omotayo Johncally2, 1Lagos State University of Science and Technology (LASUSTECH), Nigeria,
2University of Lagos, Nigeria
A Comparative Analysis of Cost-Volume-Profit (CVP) Analysis and Activity-Based Costing (ABC) in Improving Managerial

Hlaing Htake Khaung Tin, University of Information Technology, Myanmar
Study of Sports and Communications in the Context of the Creative Industry
Tri Prasetyo, Padang State University, Indonesia
Automated Invoice Processing Using Image Recognition in Business Information Systems
ThetThet Aung1, Sharo Paw2 and Hlaing Htake Khaung Tin3, 1,2University of Computer Studies, Myanmar, 3University of
Information Technology, Myanmar
Progressive India in Output and Employment
Aishee Aich and Mihir Kumar Pal, Vidyasagar University, India
Analyzing Global Impacts and Challenges in Trade Management: A Multidisciplinary Study
Aliyu Mohammed, Skyline University Nigeria, Nigeria
Navigating the Business Process Management (BPM) Implementation Journey: Strategies for Merging Theory and Practice
Lin Htet Zaw and Hlaing Htake K haung Tin, University of Information Technology, Myanmar