Does Corporate Governance Increase Firm Performance and Value among Specific Sectors in Indian Context? An Empirical Analysis
Varun Bhandari, Ashu Lamba, Ritika SethVolume 35, Special Issue February 2014
Relationship between Brand Experience and Brand Loyalty, Mediators – Satisfaction and Brand Trust: A Conceptual Framework
Ruchika RamakrishnanVolume 42, Issue 2 (July 2021 to December 2021)
The term “experiential view” encompassing fantasies, feelings and fun associated with the consumption of goods and services was visibly introduced in marketing literature by Holbrook and Hirschman (1982). Since then, the concept has evolved from “consumption experience” to “customer experience” and recently to “brand experience”. This study has made an attempt to understand its relationship with brand loyalty. The importance of brand loyalty in ensuring a brand’s survival and growth is universally accepted. The other two variables- satisfaction and brand trust- have been included as the mediating variables in this study. A mediating variable is a variable that plays a causal intermediary role between an independent variable and a dependent variable. This paper covers the literature review and operationalisation of these four variables.
MACROECONOMIC POLICIES AND STOCK MARKET PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA
Ndubuisi Jamani and Kennedy Prince ModuguVolume 38, Issue 1 (April 2017 to September 2017)
This study investigates the impact of fiscal and monetary policies on stock market performance in Nigeria using the Structural Vector Autoregressive (VAR) techniques. Using Yearly data covering the period 1981-2013, the VAR procedure was employed to empirically show the impact of fiscal and monetary policies on stock market performance. Results from the empirical analysis show that monetary policy has the capacity to influence stock market performance in Nigeria. Also, monetary policy shocks are not unstable in their effects on stock market. The results also show that fiscal policy impacts on stock market performance. In comparative terms, monetary policy appears to have a stronger effect on stock market performance than fiscal policy. However, there appears not to be any unsystematic response of stock market performance to shocks in both policies. It is therefore recommended that attention should be given to stock market reaction to monetary and fiscal policy moves. Consequently, the policy direction in this regard should be such that is able to stimulate the performance of the stock market.
International Financial Reporting Standards and Indian Accounting Standards
Ashok Sehgal, R.K. SahaVolume 32, Issue 1 (April 2011 to September 2011)
Consumer Ethnocentrism, Its Antecedents and Consequences to Consumer Attitudes towards Domestic and Foreign Made Products: A Theoretical Framework
Sanjay K. Jain, Reetika JainVolume 31, Issue 1 (April 2010 to September 2010)
VAT Administration: Is It a Problem for Industrial Development in Bangladesh?
Sugan C. Jain, Ved PrakashVolume 35, Issue 2 (October 2014 to March 2015)
Indian Investor and the Law Regarding Disclosure
A.R. RamanathanVolume 3, Issue 2 and 3 (May 1970 to December 1970)
Investment Requirements and Dividend Policies
V.G. Rao, K.S. Hanumanta, A.S. RamasastryVolume 3, Issue 1 (January 1970 to April 1970)
Determinants of Leverage Decision of Indian Firms: An Empirical study
Asha Rani, Narain, Swati DhawanVolume 37, Issue 1 (April 2016 to September 2016)
Size Distribution of Income Probable Approaches & Their Limitations
O.P. ChopraVolume 2, Issue 2 (May 1969 to August 1969)