Factors Influencing Investments of HNWIs: A Study of Select Investors

Authors VUNYALE NARENDER I RAMA SESHA SARMA Abstract This is a market research paper on investing behaviour of High Net-Worth Individuals (HNWIs) based on various factors like age, annual income, awareness level, past experiences of investments, benefits received from various investment options, etc. The information gathered from customers through a questionnaire is used to understand Read More …

From Preparation to Implementation: A Training Programme on Gender Sensitization and Sexual Harassment at a PSU in India

Author – Deepak Sharma – Chandra Prakash Purohit Abstract This paper is based upon a training session conducted on Gender Sensitization and Prevention of Sexual Harassment in India’s flagship national oil company. The Vishaka Guidelines as well as The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 have made it mandatory Read More …

Analysis of Work and Employment Conditions of Contractual teachers in India

Author Jayanti Kumari Abstract The employment and working conditions of teachers is the core of any search for quality education. The United Nations Millennium Development Goals, which aim to achieve universalisation of elementary education, has led to expansion of large scale low quality primary schools in India. Consequently, the contractual teachers were used as an Read More …

The True Legacy of Communism

Author MAHFUZ R. CHOWDHURY Abstract The socio-economic system that we used to live in was known as capitalism, where people could use their private properties for their personal gain. With the advent of the industrial revolution in the late eighteenth century, the exploitation of the labor class under capitalism became very prominent. To counter this, Read More …

Empowerment through E-Governance in Developing Economies: The Case of India

Author SIVAKUMAR VENKATARAMANY Abstract This paper focuses on strategies undertaken in India and other developing economies to achieve empowerment of all stakeholders, particularly the rural poor, through context oriented policies of e-governance. With a strong emphasis on principles of governance, the government’s involvement in the implementation of information and communication technology at all levels of 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 …

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 …

Empirical Evidence of Corporate Governance Disclosures and Board Size Modular with Financial Performance in select IT Companies in India

Author SAURABH KUMAR TWINKLE PRUSTY Abstract This paper investigates the relationship and impact of board size and corporate governance disclosures of selected listed Indian IT companies on their financial performance using data for five companies over a single period of 2014 to 2015. Using structure equation modelling, the study demonstrates the extent to which board Read More …