Working Capital Management Efficiency of the Indian Cement Industry

Abstract Efficient management of working capital is a fundamental part of the overall corporate strategy in creating shareholders’ value. Today, the management of Working Capital is one of the most important and challenging aspects of overall financial management. Optimization of working capital balance means minimizing working capital requirements and realizing maximum possible revenues. Efficient WCM Read More …

Delta Gains of Investment in Stocks on Financial Performance of Self-managed Provident Funds in India

Introduction Retirement funds are the funds which are accumulated throughout the working life of an individual for a proposed benefit payout when he superannuates or actually retires. This fund is an important source of monetary wealth used to earn income (in the form of annuity) to maintain the standard of living of the beneficiaries after Read More …

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 …

E-Waste Management: Not a Hurdle, But an Opportunity for the Indian Market

Author ANKIT DIXIT PRAVIN WARARKAR PRAKHAR MITTAL Abstract Around the world, developing countries like India and China are becoming the favourite dumping destinations of Waste from Electrical and Electronics Equipment (WEEE) or E-waste because of their poor laws and regulations. India’s capital, Delhi – NCR region, is turning into the world’s dumping yard for electronic 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 …

From the Vice Chancellor’s Desk – Rajan Saxena

The world is passing through turbulent times caused by technological, socio economic and political changes. Many of these developments have created new paradigms in management of economies and organizations. One thing that has emerged is that change today is far more rapid and disruptive in nature. The response mechanism therefore has to be innovative and Read More …

The Challenges in Forecasting: Illustration of US Presidential Election Preferences Gurumurthy Kalyanaram

In Economics and Public Policy, forecasting is an important activity and a tool for scholars and practitioners. Central banks, governments, institutions, firms, scholars, and practitioners have to routinely forecast Gross Domestic Product, employment/unemployment,number of jobs created or lost, demand for products, money supply, interest rates, currency rates and more. There are numerous sophisticated forecasting methods Read More …

Quality of judicial dispensation in India: are we ready to meet international expectations

Abstract The said article deals with the need for quick judicial dispensation in our country in order to match the expectations at International levels. Despite the diminutive size of the infrastructure, including the number of judges involved in the process and good efficient dispensation done by the existing Indian Judges, the fact remains that there Read More …