Intangible Assets and Financial Performance: A Panel Analysis of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry
Aparna Bhatia, Khushboo AggarwalVolume 34, Issue 1 (April 2013 to September 2013)
Special Address on "Corporate Governance and Business Sustainability"
Ajay S. ShriramVolume 35, Special Issue February 2014
Organizations Past and Organizations Future
Harold J. LeavittVolume 4, Issue 1 and 2 (January 1971 to August 1971)
Heterogeneous Growth Trajectories of Indian States: Growth Regressions Through the Lens of Club Convergence
Meenakshi SharmaVolume 41, Issue 2 (July 2020 to December 2020)
This paper examines the growth trajectories of Indian states. We find that not only is the disparity among states increasing, there is evidence that the distribution of the per-capita income of states is becoming bimodal. We use the methodology of Phillips and Sul (2007) to identify convergence clubs among Indian states and find three clubs. Furthermore, in a novel application of this methodology we use the identified clubs to run separate growth regressions for different clubs of states and find significant differences in the regression coefficients. This vindicates our approach and shows that combining data from all states at the same time to study growth dynamics can be misleading in a heterogenous country like India.
Dividend Policy Decisions- A Case Study of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL)
P.K. Jain, Shveta Singh, Sunny KapoorVolume 32, Issue 1 (April 2011 to September 2011)
Macro Dimensions of Man-Management in India
M.L. MishraVolume 4, Issue 3 (September 1971 to December 1971)
Measuring the Attitudes and Behavioural Dynamics of Consumers towards Online Shopping amidst Covid-19: Insights from Kolkata
Samuel S Mitra, Shivaji Banerjee, Peter Arockiam. A., Joseph K.Volume 42, Issue 2 (July 2021 to December 2021)
The past few years has witnessed the phenomena of “internet shopping” grow in leaps and bounds. The term “online shopping” has become a buzzword and an ever growing trend among consumers even in a developing country like India. In fact, the market potential for e-commerce has a huge reservoir as explored through a sneak-peek into the exponential expansion of key players existing in the e-commerce industry. Moreover, online shopping has prodigiously influenced the lives of the modern day consumers, who have been observed to have a penchant towards it. The present research endeavour is aimed to probe into the perceptions of consumers towards e-shopping in the context of “Technology Acceptance Model” (TAM). For this purpose, a survey among 363 respondents in the metropolitan setting of Kolkata has been conducted and their responses were recorded. “Structural Equation Modeling” (SEM) has been used to examine and analyze the model fits and hypothesis testing. The findings reveal positive perception among the surveyed consumers towards online shopping.
Capital Structure Decisions - A Case Study of Reliance Industries Limited
P.K. Jain, Shveta Singh, Sunny KapoorVolume 31, Issue 1 (April 2010 to September 2010)
Economic Value Added as a Measure of Performance: Evidence from India
Smita Kashiramka, P.K. Jain, Sanjeev YadavVolume 35, Issue 2 (October 2014 to March 2015)
Export Trade and Economic Development :The Marketing Dimension
Chatrathi P. RaoVolume 3, Issue 2 and 3 (May 1970 to December 1970)