Trade Liberalization and Inequality: Re-examining Theory and Empirical Evidence

Abstract This paper re-examines the theoretical and empirical evidence regarding the impact of trade liberalization on income inequality and attempts to identify areas for future research. Since the 1980s, there has been a rise in inequality in both the developed and developing world. This was also the time when many developing countries liberalised their trade Read More …

Personality Dimensions as a correlate of Work Engagement: A Study of working women in Indore city

Abstract Work engagement is a vital HR variable for all organizations to sail through in this cut-throat era of competition as engaged employees are brand representatives and help the organization deliver superior performance to gain competitive advantage. Different personality dimensions relate to satisfaction in a particular task (Judge, Heller & Mount, 2002), predict job performance Read More …

Redefining Indian Exports and Imports: A study on the Post BRICS Scenario

Abstract Since late 1990s, the economies of developed nations, especially G7 group of nations started to collapse, followed by failure of long-term capital management, where the Russian economic crisis has started to affect the entire Asian continent. The need for stronger groups was felt from developing economies to counter the western economic sovereignty which resulted Read More …

Human Development and its effects on Economic Growth and Development

Abstract The focus of this study is to empirically examine the impact of Human Development on Economic Growth and Development in African countries, between 1990 and 2015. The key findings and results of the study suggested the existence of a positive and significant impact of human development on economic growth and development in Africa. The Read More …

Basel III: Cost-Benefit analysis for Indian Banks

Abstract Ever since the global financial crisis hit the world economy in 2008, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) has been instrumental in suggesting regulations which will largely enhance the banking system’s ability to absorb economic upheavals. The suggested Basel-III regulations are an improved version of the earlier Basel-II banking regulations. It primarily emphasizes the Read More …