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Modelling the recovery of Indian banks under prompt corrective action framework: TOPSIS methodology

Economics

Modelling the recovery of Indian banks under prompt corrective action framework: TOPSIS methodology

K.C. Arora

The current study empirically investigates the comparative financial health of each of the 12 Indian banks under prompt corrective action (PCA) framework considering multiple triggers of PCA framework collectively. A model for predicting the recovery of these banks from PCA has been proposed based on three different multi-criteria decision-making methods (MCDM), one being the technique for order of preference by similarity to the ideal solution (TOPSIS) proposed by Hwang and Yoon (1981) to rank the set o...

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Deflating power imbalance through personal identity enhancement

Finance, Insurance & Risk Management

Deflating power imbalance through personal identity enhancement

Shreya Mishra

The purpose of the paper is to identify how the intersection of power, context, subjectivity and directionality makes it possible for the targets of workplace bullying to deflate power imbalance between them and the perpetrators. The paper is based on nine in-depth interviews with self-reported targets from different public sector organizations in India. The targets were purposively selected keeping in mind that they made deliberate attempts to counter bullying. Constructivist grounded theory approach wa...

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