A study on privacy concerns across social networking sites: An Indian perspective

Abstract Various past studies on online privacy have described different aspects of users’ privacy concerns. The objective behind this paper is to build up empirical evidence between existing theories with subsequent reactions from users utilising social networking sites. An online survey of 352 social networking users was conducted whereby respondents were asked to respond on Read More …

Emerging Structural Response of the Corporate Sector – Early evidence on Mandatory Commitment

Abstract Sustainability is expected to be the essence of antecedents, process and the outcomes of any business. It is a marked change since the oft-quoted statement that social responsibility of business is to increase its profits (Friedman 1970). In line with the globally sweeping attitudinal transformation, the Indian corporate sector too witnessed a major structural Read More …

Paradoxical Performance – Indian Power Sector in need of interventions

Abstract The Indian Power Sector responded positively to the policy reforms initiated in 1991 in the economic and industrial sectoral domains. The opening up of the power sector witnessed immediate interest and caused almost a gold rush kind of situation. Though the enthusiastic entry happened in tranches that are separated by settling period, overall the Read More …