Team-level Outcomes of Work-family conflict: Exploring the impact of Workplace Social Support and Role Overload

Author ANJNI ANAND VEENA VOHRA MANJARI SRIVASTAVA SUMI JHA Abstract This study has been undertaken to understand the impact of Work-family Conflict on team performance. While abundant literature focuses on individual level outcomes, team level outcomes have not been studied in the context of Work-family conflict. This study attempts to address this gap by exploring Read More …

Dr. Radhakrishnan Commission Report on Higher Education

Dr. Radhakrishnan, philosopher-scholar, produced the first Report on Higher Education in free India in 1948. The Report is deliberative as it is expansive. The Report remains relevant even today as a matter of public policy and deliberations. Accordingly, in this University Day Special Edition of Economic and Public Policy Journal, we present abstracts from the Read More …

Postal variables as Proxy for Economic Growth in the Colonial Period

Abstract The study attempts to add to the basic historical debates regarding economic development during the colonial period. It tries to use a new methodology to understand the level of economic growth between 1854 and 1914 and to draw a co-relation between the growth of postal services, a crucial service, and economic growth. It can Read More …

Perspective-Taking for Policy-Making: An Analysis of Canadian Cross-border Shopping

Abstract Research plays an essential role in policy analysis and is a significant tool used to identify and prioritize alternatives for intervention. Yet public policy problems have a reputation for being complex because one problem (i.e. shopping behavior) can be viewed as part of a larger set of issues (i.e. trade policies, tax policy, border Read More …

A Case for Sector-Specific Start-up Ecosystem

Abstract Entrepreneurship is neither novel, nor so trendy as to be presented as a universal panacea; however, politicians of all hues have some “policies” to promote high-value entrepreneurship – the left supports subsidies in greenfield areas such as environment-friendly technologies and bio-technology, while the right favours tax breaks. However, all agree that start-ups must be Read More …