Oil price impact upon uk business exploratory study

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At present, the surging price of oil is a immense issue in world's economy. Oil is the life blood of any industry. Crude oil is the main source of petrol. Crude oil is a liquide found naturally in rock, contain mostly complex hydrocarbons,with some additional matterial. It is also names as petroleum. The refined name of petroleum is petrol, which is the most costly and fastest trading commodities in today's business. And Arab is the largest resource for petroleum.

According to Ghosh (2010), U.K. industry taskforce has called on the British government to act now to defend the economy against a potential new threat of increasing oil prices.The group, the UK Industry Taskforce on Peak Oil and Energy Security (ITPOES), a association of British business, including retailers Kingfisher and transport group, Stagecoach, said the country must get ready for the next oil shock. Otherwise, the whole nation would face energy security problems. Even though the price of oil is currently about $80 per barrel, far below the all-time peak of $145 from two-and-a-half years ago, the group warns a new "peak oil threat" will likely be occured in UK within the next five years."Peak oil" is the point at which the maximum rate of global petroleum extraction is reached, after which the rate of production enters a terminal decline.

Branson, head of Virgin Group (2010), a member of the industry taskforce, said the Gulf tragedy had raised the odds of an "oil crunch" in the coming decade.The Arab countries had form an Organization in Baghdad to plan and organise the rules and regulation of petroleum known as OAPEC (Organization of Arab and Petroleum Exporting Countries). This organization included countries like Algeria, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and Venezuela and Egypt. Large non-OPEC producers such as Mexico, Norway and Russia sometimes go along with the cartel position of the day. The goal of this organization was to give concessions, control the oil price and lower down oil price in international market (Trumbore,2002).

The crisis began in October 1973 during the Yom Kipper War when American nation and The Netherlands supported Israel during the war between Israel and Eygpt.OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) in protest of this support from Americans and European countries started cutting down the oil supply which led to increase in sudden rise in oil prices. ( Horton,2008 )

As most of the European and American market dependent on industrial enlargement, unexpected rise in oil prices led to the unsteadiness of economy and eventually inflation started rising..Eg the oil price in America overnight rose from $3 to $5.11 per barrel. In 1980 the countries, which imported oil slowly, reduced the consumption due to high price rise and started using other source of energy such as coal, natural gas and nuclear power. United Kingdom, Norway and Mexico were among the countries that led different alternatives. (Tumbre,2002)

1.2 Justification of the chosen topic

Last few years, oil price is the big issue in the global economy. As oil is the most valuable commodities due to its limited availability, its price goes up frequently. If we look fwe years back, it is seen that there is always a race of acquisition of oil rich country by developed country like USA, to gain the control on the oil refineries. Sometimes its leads to war.

The main aim of this research to identify the cause of surging price of oil and its contribution in UK business. At present, oil price is a burnning issue. As i m going to do my top course on finance, this topic will help me to gain knowledge and experience in financial marketing and global economy.

In the past, people did not think about the issue and used heavy cars for transpotation, as they did not face any difficulties. From the present condition of economy, crisis of oil and abrupt price rising and falling price of oil; it can say that people should prepare and cop-up ourself with the short supply of oil and energy. So this study will help to aware the people for the future crisis to common man and prepare them to use alternative.

1.3 Reserach question

From the background of the report, it is clear that oil price issue is a alarming phenomena in present and future. Depends on the crisis, the following reserach question arised in the mind. The main aim or the basic of the research is to find out the answer for the following question.

What is the impact of oil price upon UK businesses?

By following the appropriate philosophy, approaches, choice of method, research startegy and comprehensive use of literature review, the investigation for the research question will be take place.

1.4 Research aim and objectives

The major objective of this report is to critically evaluate the increase of oil price in the world. This research also will help to determine the reason behind the sudden increse of oil price last few months. It will help me to understand and educate common man to show the backstage of oil volatility and its effects on global economy (UK economy), world financial market and above all the Common Man.

This report will also provide the relationship with oil price and inflation. Again it correlate the impact of inflation on UK economy. From this report, it will be presented the historic price of oil and it cyclic spike after certain time interval as it says history repeat itself.

This reseach can make others aware of the carbon trading, prevention of Global warning and how controlling of oil prices and proper consumption of oil as a incredibly valuable commodity can facilitate us fight this major issue which is biggest concern of the UNO.

1.5 Research Method

To carry out a reserach depending on the topic, there is a need of data collection. Again to collected the reseachers need to follow certain mathods. There are two data collection methods which are often used in the study of reseach. They are ---

Qualitative research

Quantitative research

Qualitative research

This reserach is all about to collect the ideas, opinion, liking or disliking. It is non-numerical information. This type of research is mostly difficult to analyze in asystematic way.

Quantitative research

The word quantitative derives from the word quantity, which means numbers. This type of research is used to show the trends, decline, growth of something.

In the study, the information can be categoried into three sections. They are following---

Primary data

Secondary data

Tartiary data

Primary data

This type of information is originally collected for the specific research that means those information has not been used any wherealse. Generally, this type of information discovers the new information through the research. The reserach needs this data when he or she cannot relevent information for his or her perticular work.

The sources of the information are following---

Interview: Interview could be face to face interview in person or focus on a group. it also can be telephone interview. This type of data collection is expensive.

Survey: To collect data. there will be some questinaaries which will be asked the repondent to secure the desired information. There are some difficulties that the researcher has to face that the respondent does not response.

Observation : It is the situation where a person or any machanical device record the data, which will only tell the researcher what is going on not why it is going on.

Experiment: in this data collection the research has the full control during the experiment. This type of research will be able to answer the cause-effect relation.

Secondary data

This research is carried out by using information which has already in use in other perople work or research. This is already published data by other person. This data easy to collect. The sources of this data can be---books, newpapers, journals, statistical information service.internet etc. The problems with this data is that it may out of date, may be not relevant with needed information etc.

Tartiary data

Tertiary sources consist of information which is a representation and gathering of primary and secondary sources.

Some examples of tertiary sources:

fact books

bibliographies (may also be secondary)

chronologies

dictionaries and encyclopedias (may also be secondary)

directories

guidebooks, manuals etc

1.6 Methodology

About the term methodology, Saunders et al, (2003) says this theory of how reserach should be taken, including the theoritical and philosophical assumtion upon which research is based and the implication ofthese for the method or methods adopted."

To develop any methodolody of any good research, it is essential to peel out the layers of research onion. The following diagram of "research oinion" will help to influence the way in which the researchers think about the research process.

Figure: 1.1 research onion

Source: Saunders et al (2003)

1.7 Research philosophy

Research is all about collecting data to answer the research question. Saunders et al, (2003) believes that research onion helps to select the data collection method and approaches of the research. To collect data, there are certain lyers, which has been show in the following diagram. Before starting a research, it is essential to know the philosophies and stratgies of the research.as Jhonson and clark (2006) note that as a business and management research people need to be aweare of philosophical committment that make the researcher the choice of their reserach strategy and approach whaich will help them not only on what the researchers do but also the researchers understand what they are going to explore or investigate.

According to Saunders et al (2003), the term research philosophy linked with the development of knowledge and the nature of the knowledge. The major ways of thinking about the research philosophy are---

Epistemology

Ontology

Axiology

Each philosophy contains key difference which will manipulate the way in which the researcher will think about the research process. There is no specific or best option for the researcher to choose their research strategy or approaches. It varied from one researcher to another depending on the topic or the area of research.

Epistemology

According to Saunders et al (2003), "this is a branch of knowledge that studies the nature of knowledge and what constitute acceptable knowledge in a field of study."

In a word, epistemology is the accepted knowledge in a particular field of study. There are significant difference between the accepted knowledge or data collection approach among the different researcher such as resources researcher and the feeling researcher. The resource researcher who will consider the data on resources needed is likely to be more parallel to the position of the natural science. They will analyze the facts. For them reality is represented in objects that consider that real such as computer, machine and so on. But the case of feelings research the concern matters will be the attitude and behavior of the people within certain organization or the system. As this topic is not related with any external reality, it cannot be measured or seen. So that case both researchers have to adopt different philosophical approaches to do their research. The resource research will embrace the philosophy of positivism and the feeling research will adopt the interpretive philosophy.

Epistemological stances are ----

Positivism

Realism

Interpretive

Positivism

As it is mention the example of the resource researchers, they will consider the fact rather than the impression or attitude. Saunders et al (2003) comments that positivist approach the research is undertaken as far as possible it contains the value free component. It is recurrently said that the positivist researcher will likely to use an awfully structured methodology in order to facilitate replica (Gill and Johnson, 2002).

Realism

It is another philosophical situation which link with scientific enquiry. The essence of the realism is what the senses shows to the people or the researchers which is the truth in real life. The philosophy of realism is that there is a reality quite self-governing of the psyche. It is similar to positivism in that it assume that a scientific approach to the development of knowledge. This assumption underpins the collection of data and understanding of those data. There are two types of realism. They are direct realism and critical realism. The direct realism is what we experience through the senses that portray the world accurately. Again, the critical realism is the images of the things in the real world not the things directly. That means the research will experience the world with their senses. But they will portray an image of the thing not the actual thing. In this critical realism two steps are going on. (Saunders et al 2003),

Interpretivism

Interpretivism advocates that it is essential for the investigator to understand difference between the human as a social actors. This stress the difference between conducting researches among people rather than the objects like computer, machine and so on. Saunders et al (2003)

Table: 1.1 component of epistemology

Ontology

Saunders et al (2003) stated that "ontology is concerned with the nature of reality. This raises question of the assumptions research have about the way the world operates and the commitment held to particular views."

There are two aspects of ontology. They are ---

Objectivism: Saunders et al (2003) acknowledged that objectivism portrays the position that the social entities exist in reality external to social actors concerned with their existence.

Subjectivism: he also added that "subjectivism holds the social phenomena are created from the perceptions and consequent action of those social actors concern with their existence. "

Axiology

It is a branch of philosophy that studies judgments about the role of value. (Saunders et al 2003)

In his point of view, this may include the values that pose in the field of aesthetics and ethics; it is the process of social enquiry. Again Heron (1996) argues that "our value are guiding reason all human action. He further argues that researchers demonstrate axiological skill by being able to articulate their value as a basis for making judgments about what research they are conducting and how they go about doing it."

1.8 Research approach

Research approach is the second layer of the research onion. For any research the researcher needs to follow any of the approach of research, such as inductive and deductive approach. This approach will help the research to reach the center of the research onion that to collect data and analyze them.

There are certain approaches of research. They are following--

Deductive approach : testing theory

Inductive approach: building theory

Deductive approach

Saunders et al (2003) defines, "deductive approach is a research approach involving the testing of a theoretical proposition by the employment of a research strategy specially designed for the purpose of its testing."

Inductive approach

It is a research approach involving the development of a theory as a result of the observation of empirical data (Saunders et al, 2003)

1.9 Research strategy

According to Yin (2003) each research strategy can be used for the exploratory, descriptive and explanatory research. From the comprehensive study on the research strategy it can say that no research strategy is inherently superior or inferior to other. It is essential to remember these strategies should not be thoughts of as being manually exclusive. For instance, it is not impossible to use survey as of a case study.

There are certain sections on research strategy. They are---

Experiment

Survey

Case study

Action research

Grounded theory

Ethnography

Archival research

Experiment: Saunders et al, (2003) say that "it is a research strategy that involves the definition of theoretical hypothesis, the selection of samples of individual from known population." Experiment is used as in exploratory and explanatory research to answer the research question like "why" and "how".

Survey: Survey is one of the popular ways of research strategy. Generally this strategy is used to research associated with deductive approach. This strategy will the researcher to answer who, what, where, hoe much or how many types of question. That means it helps to collect data quantitative data which can be used in the descriptive and inferential statistics.

Case study: Robon (2002) defines case study as "a strategy that involves the empirical investigation of a particular contemporary phenomenon within its real life context, using multiple sources of evidence." It will help to answer to question like why. That means case study will help the researcher to understand the context of the research.

Action research: This research is concern with the resolution of the organization issues. It only focuses on the action change on the organization.

Grounded theory: According to Saunders et al, (2003), this is a theory building theory through a combination of induction and deduction.

Ethnography: The purpose of this strategy is to describe and explain the social world. In most ethnographic strategies involve extended participant observation .Saunders et al, (2003).

1.9 Research choice

In business and management researches, there is a frequent use of quantitative and qualitative data. Based on the research topics and research design, the researchers will select their techniques. To choose their research method, the researcher can use single data collection technique or use more than one method and analyze the data to answer the research question.

Research choice

Mixed method

Multi-method

Mono-method

Figure: 1.2 research choice (Saunders et al, 2003).

There are three research choice of data collection. They are following-

Mono-method: Use of a single data collection technique and corresponding analysis procedure or procedures. (Saunders et al, 2003).

Mixed method: In this approaches both the quantitative and qualitative data collection technique and analyze the procedure are used in a process design.

Multi method: the term multi-method refers to those combinations where more than one data collection technique is used with associated analysis technique, but this is restricted within either quantitative or qualitative world view. (Tashakkori and Teddlie, 2003)

2.1 Time horizon

Time horizon is the planning to complete the research within a specific timescale. It is the snap short of cross-sectional and longitudinal way.

Time horizon

Longitudinal

Cross-sectional

Figure: 1.3 Time horizon (Saunders et al, 2003).

Cross-sectional: this type of time horizon generally used in the survey and also use in quantitative methods.

Longitudinal: It is the ability to learn the change and development which go through over the extended period of time.

2.2 Chosen method

The nature of the research will be exploratory and investigative by following inductive process throw the use of case study and wide literature review. The philosophy of the report will be interpritivism that will focus on recent issues regarding the increase of oil price and its impact upon UK businesses.

Interpritivism

Inductive

Case study

Mono-method method

Cross sectional

Data collection and analysis

Philosophy

Approach

Strategy

Choice

Time horizon

Technique & procedures

Figure: 1.4 selected research onion for research (self developed)

The research will follow qualitative data collection technique and the data analyzing procedure will be mono-method. Again as it is a qualitative research, the planned activities for the research will be carrying out in across-sectional way which will help to complete the activities of the research on time and a systematic way.

The research ethic of this paper is very straight forward as it is not going to publish any confidential and private data of any organization. So at the end of the report there will be no possibility to have any organizational clash, but this wider scope of knowledge in this particular topic will contribute to the body of knowledge. As the topic is oil price which is create future crisis of oil, there is lots of scope for future research in the future.

2.3 Time scale

 Activities

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Select the research topic from reading literature

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading literature review

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Writing research question & objective

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Writing down method & Methodology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Select method & methodology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Final draft, print proposal & take feedback from proposal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gather data & data Analysis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Update literature review & write down

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Editing & feedback from supervisor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Binding document

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Submission

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table: 1.2 Time scale

2.4 Time scale in table

Activities

Date

Select the research topic from reading literature

2 October 2010 ---15 October 2010

Reading literature review

12 October 2010 ----26 October 2010

Writing research question & objective

22 October t 2010 ---9November 2010

Writing down method & Methodology

7 November 2010 ----28November 2010

Select method & methodology

25 November 2010-30 November 2010

Final draft, print proposal ,take feedback from supervisor & edit

27 November 2010---1 November 2010

Submission of proposal

3November 2010

Gather data & data Analysis

3 November 2010-10 December 2010

Editing & feedback from supervisor

6 December 2010---29 December 2010

Update literature review & write down

10 December 2010---17 December 2010

Binding document

1 January 2011

Submission

4 January 2011

Table: 1.3 Time scale in table

2.5 Resources

For this research, books of different writers, library of college, online information through internet connection, class handout all these work as resources. To type the whole research proposal and project, the computer's MS word plays a vital role. Finally, to print the report, printer helps the author of the research.

2.6 Book reference

Ghosh, P. (2010) UK industry group warns of oil price shock, in International Business Times page 3

Gill, J. and Johnson P., (2002) Research methods for managers 4th edition SAGE publication Ltd. Singapur

Heron, J. (1996) A Handbook of action research 2nd edition SAGE publication India pvt. Ltd. Delhi.

Jhonson, P. and Clark, M. (2006) in Research methods for business students by Saunders, W. et al (2003) 4th edition Person education limited. Essex

Robon, C. (2002) Real world research 2nd edition Blackwall publication. UK.

Saunders, W. et al (2003) Research methods for business students 4th edition. Person education limited. Essex.

Tashakkori, A. and Teddlie, C. (2003) A SAGE handbook of mixed method & behavioral research 2nd edition SAGE publication Ltd. Singapur

Yin, R. (2003) in Research methods for business students by Saunders W.et al (2003) 4th edition. Essex: Person education limited.

2.7 Web reference

Branson R. (2010) [online] available at-http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/83342/20101118/oil-price-shock-uk-deepwater-drilling.htm access date 19th November 2010

Horton S. (2008) ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND ENERGY CONSERVATION: POLICIES, PROGRAMMES [online] available at-www.ccds.charlotte.nc.us/History/Mideast/04/Horton/horton.htm access date19th November 2010

International business time (2010) [online] available at-http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/83342/20101118/oil-price-shock-uk-deepwater-drilling.htm access date 19th November 2010

Trumbore B, (2002), (Online Article) available at- http://www.buyandhold.com/bh/en/education/history/2002/arab.html access date 19th November 2010

2.8 Others

Oxford advanced learners dictionary, edition 2005-2006

2.9 Glossary of terms

Word

Definition

Reference

Applied research

Research of direct and immediate relevance to practitioners that addresses issues they see as important and is presented in ways they can understand and act upon.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Basic research

Research undertaken purely to understand processes and their outcomes, predominantly in universities as a result of an academic agenda, for which they key consumer is the academic community.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Critical (literature review)

Detail and justified analysis and commentary of the merits and faults of the literature within a chosen area, which demonstrates familiarity with what is already known about your research topic.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Deductive approach

Research approach involving the testing of a theoretical proposition by the employment of a research strategy specifically designed for the purpose of the testing.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Discipline

It is an area of knowledge

Oxford dictionary , 1997

Inductive approach

Research approach involving the development of a theory as result of the observation of empirical data.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Practical

It is concern with real situation rather than theories and ideas.

Oxford dictionary , 1197

System review

A process for reviewing the literature using a comprehensive pre-planned search strategy. There are clear assessment criteria for selection of articles to review, article are assessed on the quality of research and finding individual studies are synthesized using a clear framework and finding individual studies are synthesized using a clear framework and findings presentation in a balanced, impartial and comprehensive manner.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Technique

Way of doing something, especially one who needs special skill.

Oxford dictionary, 1997

Survey

Take or present a general view of something.

Oxford dictionary, 1997

Strategies

The art of war.

An instance of this or a plan formed according to it.

Plan of action or policy in business or politics etc.

Oxford dictionary, 1997

Realism

The epistemological position that objects exist independently of our knowledge of their existence.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Philosophy

The use of reason and argument in seeking truth and k knowledge of reality. Especially of the causes and nature of things and of the principles governing existence, the material universe, perception of physical phenomena, and human behavior.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Paradigm

A way of examine social phenomena from which particular understandings of these phenomena can be gained and explanations attempted.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Objectivity

Avoidance of (conscious) bias and subjective selection during the conduct and reporting of research. In some research philosophies the researcher will consider that interpretation is likely to be related to a set of values and therefore will attempt to recognize and explore this.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Ontology

A branch of metaphysics dealing with the nature of being.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Multi -method

Use of more than one data collection technique and corresponding analysis procedure or procedures.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Mixed method

General term for approach when both quantitative and qualitative data collection technique and analysis procedures are both used in a research design.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Meaning

Things or idea that a word, sentence etc. represents.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Mono-method

Use of a single data collection technique and corresponding analysis procedure or procedures.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Method

Quality of being well planned and organized.

Oxford dictionary , 1997

Longitudinal study

The study of a particular phenomenon over an extended period of time.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Intentions

Aim or purpose

Oxford dictionary, 1997

Idealism

A term used to refer to that position in the philosophy of social.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

hypothesis

Testable proposition stating that there is a significant difference or relationship between two or more variable.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Grounded theory

Research strategy in which theory is developed from data generated by a series of observations or interviews principally involving an inductive approach.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Ethnography

Research strategy that focuses upon describing and interpreting the social world through first hand field study.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Experimental group

Group in an experiment that receive the intervention in which one can be interested.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Epistemology

A branch of philosophy that studies the nature of knowledge and what constitutes the acceptable knowledge in a field of study.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Cross-sectional research

The study of a particular phenomenon at the particular time, i.e. a snapshot.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Case study

Research strategy that involves the empirical investigation of a particular contemporary phenomenon within its real life context, using multiple sources of evidence.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Action research

Research strategy concerned with the management of a change and involving close collaboration between practitioners and researchers. The results flowing from action research should inform other contexts.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Axiology

A branch of philosophy that studies judgments about the role of values.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Statistical inference

The process of coming to conclusion about the population on the basis of data describing a sample drawn from that population.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Validity

The extent to which data collection method or methods accurately measure what they are intent to measures.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Abstract

Summary of the complete content of the project report.

Oxford dictionary, 1997

analysis

The ability to break down data and to clarify the nature of the component part and relationship between them.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Appendix

A supplement to project report. It should not normally include material that is essential for the understanding of the report itself, but additional relevant material in which the reader may be interested.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Conclusion

The section of the project report in which judgments are made rather than just fact reported. New material is not normally introduced in the conclusion.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Data

Fact, opinion and statistics that have been collected together and recorded for reference or for analysis.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Empiricism

The theory that all knowledge is obeyed from expensive observation.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Experiment

Research strategy that involves the definition of theoretical hypothesis, the selection of samples of individual from known population.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Introduction

The opening to project report, which gives the reader a clear idea of the central issue of concern of the research, states the research question(s) and research objectives, explains the research context and the structure of the project report.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Information

Facts or knowledge provided as.

Oxford dictionary, 1997

Method

The techniques and procedures used to obtain and analyze research data, including for example questionnaires, observation, interview and statically and none statically technique.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Methodology

The theory of how research should be undertaken, including the theoretical and philosophical assumption upon which the research is based and implication of these for the method or methods adopted.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Objectivity

Avoidance of (conscious) bias and subjective selection during the conduct and reporting of research.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

Quantitative

Numerical

Oxford dictionary, 1997

Qualitative

Non-numerical

Oxford dictionary, 1997

Research

The systematic collection and interpretation of information with a clear purpose to find thing out.

(Saunders et al. 2007)

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