Editorial: New Strategic Opportunities for the United States in South Asia and Its Neighborhood

A version of this article appeared in Wilson Quarterly in Spring 2016. Please see the following link: https://wilsonquarterly.com/quarterly/the-post-obama-world/why-the-rise-of-south-asiashould-interest-the-u-s/ A salient, but somewhat overlooked, element of the Obama presidency is the rise of new strategic opportunities for the United States in South Asia and its neighborhood, through the revival and strengthening of democratic governments in large Read More …

Computation of Potential GDP Growth: What Growth Rate is Sustainable?

Author Paul Kutasovic Abstract In this manuscript, we discuss applicable models to estimate Potential GDP of a country. We also present potential estimation approaches. Estimation of Potential GDP is very important for policy makers. Generally, Potential GDP refers to the sustainable level of output for an economy. In the long-run, actual and potential GDP should Read More …

Exchange Market Pressures in Egypt: Logit and Probit Early Warning Systems

Author Osama El-baz Abstract This paper investigates the nature of exchange market pressures in Egypt, monetary policy responses as well as the effectiveness of monetary interventions in the foreign exchange market. Empirical analysis revealed that the exchange market in Egypt has been exposed to persistent downward pressures, which has been exacerbated starting from 2011. The Read More …

Managing Innovation and exploring its impact on a Patent Portfolio

Author J. Jaya Murthy Abstract Innovation and Intellectual Property enable businesses to stay ahead in the market place. Businesses that invest in innovation around their products and processes are often faced with the challenge of managing them, so that they are able to monetize these innovations. Here, we will look at a case study to Read More …

Organizational Justice: An Analysis of Approaches, Dimensions and Outcomes

Author Lalit Kumar Yadav and Nagendra Yadav Abstract Organizational justice is identified as one of the core values of an organization. Over the years, research has confirmed that justice in an organization is a subjective term; what is important is employees’ perception of what is just or unjust. Employees have high expectations from organizations in Read More …

Endogenous Modeling of Late Entry Penalties for Packaged Goods By Gurumurthy Kalyanaram

This editorial is abstracted verbatim from the following research manuscript: “ENDOGENOUS MODELING OF LATE ENTRY PENALTIES FOR PACKAGED GOODS by Gurumurthy Kalyanaram and Glen L. Urban, MIT Working Paper (WP #3412-92MSA).” The working paper can be obtained from Dr. Gurumurthy Kalyanaram. Introduction Numerous previous papers have documented the empirical relationship of early entry with market Read More …

Testing Capital Assets Pricing Model as a Tool for Predicting Stock Returns: An Empirical Study in the Indian Context

Author ABHAY RAJA PRIYA CHOCHA NITA LALAKIYA Abstract Capital Assets Pricing Model (CAPM) has always fascinated researchers’ interest. It is the most researched as well as critically examined area in the field of finance. The concepts of Capital Market Line (CML) and Security Market Line (SML) are used as tools for the estimation of expected Read More …

Association of Financial Leverage with Cost of Capital and Shareholder Value: An empirical study of BSE Sensex Companies

Author BHARGAV PANDYA Abstract Purpose – The paper aims to examine the impact of financial leverage on cost of capital and shareholder value. The primary objective of the paper is to offer empirical evidence to establish whether there exists any association between financial leverage and cost of capital, and between financial leverage and shareholder value. Read More …