Volume 10

Exploring Future Research Agenda for Rural Mother’s Empowerment: A Study at The Intersection of Bibliometric and Systematic Literature Review

Exploring Future Research Agenda for Rural Mother’s Empowerment: A Study at The Intersection of Bibliometric and Systematic Literature Review

Ashutosh Kumar, Shreya Mishra

Women’s empowerment of rural mothers is little understood. Through the sequential review approach of systematic literature review (SLR)–Bibliometric–SLR, the study explores and analyses the literature with regards to ‘women-empowerment’, ‘mother’ and ‘rural’. The aim is to identify the future research agendas in ...

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External Commercial Borrowings by Indian Firms: A Blessing or Curse

External Commercial Borrowings by Indian Firms: A Blessing or Curse

Pooja Misra, Jagdish Shettigar , Sahil Oberoi

In the first half of FY19, ECBs touched a high of $25.17 billion in the April – September period, which was 53 per cent higher than the $16.48 billion raised by Indian entities in the same period last year; it was $42 billion for FY19. Taking Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) as a case point, the researchers analysed the advanta...

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Geographical Indications in India: A Case of Handicraft Industry in Uttar Pradesh

Geographical Indications in India: A Case of Handicraft Industry in Uttar Pradesh

Meghna Chaudhary, Bhawna Agarwal , Meena Bhatia

The Handicraft industry plays a significant and pivotal role in the country's economy. It employs a significant number of artisans in rural and semiurban areas and generates significant foreign exchange for the country, all while preserving the cultural heritage. In the Indian context, geographical indication (GI) has recently eme...

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Impact of Carbon Tax and Environmental Regulation On Inbound Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions Volume: An Evidence from India

Impact of Carbon Tax and Environmental Regulation On Inbound Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions Volume: An Evidence from India

Chandrika Raghavendra, Mahesh Rampilla , Venkata Ramana Thanikella , Isha Gupta

Climate change, global warming, and carbon emission are global issues. Countries are strengthening their environmental regulations to mitigate the emission problem. According to the pollution haven hypothesis, rich countries invest in emerging economies where the institutional framework is weak to migrate the emissions. With this ...

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Investigating The Role of Consumer Personality Orientations and Use of Threat in Social Cause Advertising During Covid 19

Investigating The Role of Consumer Personality Orientations and Use of Threat in Social Cause Advertising During Covid 19

Jitender Kumar, Archit Vinod Tapar , Ashish Gupta , Jayanthi Ranjan

The purpose of the study is to understand how threat as a message appeal in social cause advertising impacts consumer behavior. The study extends the protection motivation theory by involving threat as a message appeal and agency and communal orientation as possible moderators between social cause messages, consumers’ behavior, ...

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Issues in Liquidity Management in Banking System: An Empirical Evidence From Indian Commercial Banks

Issues in Liquidity Management in Banking System: An Empirical Evidence From Indian Commercial Banks

Raavinuthala Satya Krishna Sharma, Kumar Bijoy , Arunaditya Sahay

Maintaining the optimal level of liquidity in the banking system has always been a challenge for banks globally. Liquidity deficit Indian Banks turned to liquidity surplus due to the demonetization of higher denomination currencies in November 2016. The liquidity deficit has the potential to trigger systemic risk whereas a surplus...

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Volume 9

Ashas in India – The Unsung Corona Warriors

Ashas in India – The Unsung Corona Warriors

Archana Shrivastava, Arun Kumar Srivastava

This case study outlines the struggle that Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs) encountered at the grassroots level in India while combating the spread of the corona virus. Due to misinformation and a lack of specific knowledge, rural communities began to mistrust government workers attempting to track the spread of the pand...

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Distributed Hashing Based Group Management Scheme for The Peer to Peer Trust Model

Distributed Hashing Based Group Management Scheme for The Peer to Peer Trust Model

Navin Kumar Shrivastava

In recent days, computing and communication environments are extensively more difficult and disorganized than classically distributed systems over the internet, lacking any centralized organization or hierarchical control. In such case the emerging technology peer to peer overlay network is the answerable one. The peer to peer net...

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Do Women Use Annual Reports Differently Than Men? A Case of India

Do Women Use Annual Reports Differently Than Men? A Case of India

Meena Bhatia

This study uses gender in financial research. The purpose is to examine women investors' perceptions of the importance and understanding of sections of annual reports and problems that restrict utility. It also explores the perception towards the other announcements made by the corporates. Data was collected using a questionnaire ...

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Does Anti-Poverty Intervention Impact School Absenteeism of Children? Evidence From India

Does Anti-Poverty Intervention Impact School Absenteeism of Children? Evidence From India

Rahul Singh, Ashutosh Kumar

School absenteeism in India is associated with adverse socio-economic conditions for children belonging to vulnerable groups. Matching-based analysis of the current study shows that the world's most extensive poverty alleviation program, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), helps reduce school absentee...

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