DSpace Repository

The Notre Dame University-Louaize Institutional Repository, known as DSpace, is a digital archive of the university's intellectual output accessible to others worldwide over the Internet. The institutional Repository contains a collection of research and publications written by academic authors, students, staff, alumni and research groups that have sufficient quality to be collected and preserved by the Library but which are not controlled by commercial publishers.

Notre Dame University members are eligible to engage in self-archiving of their digitally-born materials within the institutional repository. For self-archiving please review the Guidelines, Thesis Submission and the Submission Guidelines pages.

OR, you can email the publications you would like to add to: specialcollections@ndu.edu.lb

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  • Haddad, Ziad Fouad (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 1995)
    The banking sector in Lebanon has survived bravely despite the fact that it has been seriously and unexpectedly shaken several times in the past few years. This study identifies and clusters 53 out of 72 Lebanese Commercial Banks into groups containing similar and homogeneous characteristics, and measures the direct and indirect effects of capital and assets/equity ratios on profit for 100 Arab banks. Its purpose is to analyze, design, implement, and establish a consistent framework of analysis of bank data. To reach this purpose, the researcher uses cross-sectional secondary data to answer ...
  • Mouranieh, Tara (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2018)
    It was impossible to imagine a world without television, but it is not that hard anymore. Many of the young adults in Lebanon are shifting their preferences when it comes to television. Lebanese TV stations are facing new competitors: cable television and online streaming services. This study examines motives behind viewing local and Western series and programs using a quantitative survey research design. Using the Uses and Gratifications theory along with Cultivation and Spectatorship theories, this research studied the Lebanese youth and the reason behind watching television. The findings ...
  • Boutros, Wissam M. (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2012)
    The main focus of this thesis originates in the idealistic perspective of international affairs, emphasizing not just the states’ interactions but a diversity of domestic and transnational channels, organizations, and individuals. Idealism has held a unique conceptualization of international relations. Depending on the pillars of the global system, it’s interdependent and cooperative structure, and the integrative functionalism of international players. Hence, Idealism promoted the role of individualism, voluntarism and the leaders’ genuine role and impact throughout history, especially on the ...
  • Gebara, Veronique (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 1999)
    The study of the relationship between population growth and human development in Lebanon for the period between 1990 and 1997, is divided into two major parts. First, I studied the relationship between population growth and each of the four components of HDI; education, health, revenue, and freedom. The analysis showed that the relationship between population growth and education; mainly adult literacy and school enrollment, for the sample data under study remains inconclusive. According to health; calculated as the average between crude birth rate, infant mortality rate, and crude death rate, ...

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