Volume 4

Socio-Economic Condition of Small-Scale Producers in Varanasi: A Case of Banaras Brocade and Saree

Socio-Economic Condition of Small-Scale Producers in Varanasi: A Case of Banaras Brocade and Saree

Meghna Chaudhary, Bhawna Agarwal , Meena Bhatia

Geographical indication is a designation or sign intended to protect certain products that are located in a geographical locality or origin. The vast diversity of handicrafts produced throughout India reflects India's rich cultural heritage and centuries of evolutionary tradition. One such prominent product under the category of G...

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Volume 4

Acceptance of MOOCs as an alternative for internship for management students during COVID-19 pandemic: an Indian perspective

Acceptance of MOOCs as an alternative for internship for management students during COVID-19 pandemic: an Indian perspective

Archana Singh, Anuj Sharma

The objective of this paper is to understand the benefits and utility of massive open online courses (MOOCs) as perceived by the student, vis-à-vis internship and determine the factors that influence student motivation and distraction in adoption of MOOCs. An empirical study is conducted through a survey; data are collected throu...

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Volume 3

Collective ownership: an Expo Mart for the exporter by the exporter

Collective ownership: an Expo Mart for the exporter by the exporter

Anuj Sharma

Till early 2000s, barring few, there was lack of exhibition facilities in National Capital Region (NCR) of India. Rakesh Kumar who was heading Export Promotion Council for Handicraft felt that this was one of the major problems in improving handicraft exports from India. To overcome this, Rakesh consulted the industry and governme...

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Volume 3

Measuring an employer brand: a study towards valid scale development (as a second-order factor of a structural model)

Measuring an employer brand: a study towards valid scale development (as a second-order factor of a structural model)

Navin Kumar Shrivastava, Arvind Virendranath Shukla

The study aims to conceptualise, develop and validates a scale to measure an employer brand(ing) (EB) based on the opinion of existing and potential employees. A total of 431 student-respondents from B-Schools across India were surveyed in a cross-sectional study using a 70-item scale generated through literature review and expert...

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Volume 3

Reflections on Blended Learning in Management Education: A Qualitative Study with a Push-pull Migration Perspective

Reflections on Blended Learning in Management Education: A Qualitative Study with a Push-pull Migration Perspective

Jaya Gupta, Kapil Garg

COVID-19 pandemic is a major disruptor for education today. Its onset has necessitated innovations in design and delivery of teaching and learning environment with extensive technology integration. The present study aims to scan the factors that are bringing about major transformations in management education in current times. The...

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Volume 3

Impact of COVID 19 on Indian Migrant Workers: Decoding Twitter Data by Text Mining

Impact of COVID 19 on Indian Migrant Workers: Decoding Twitter Data by Text Mining

Pooja Misra, Jaya Gupta

The Coronavirus pandemic has induced a huge economic crisis. The norms of social distancing and consequent lockdown to flatten the curve of this infection has brought economic activity across the globe to a standstill. A mass exodus of workers from major urban centres of India to their native villages started. Mental, financial an...

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Volume 3

Evaluation of the Inflation Forecasting Process of the Reserve Bank of India: A Text Analysis Approach

Evaluation of the Inflation Forecasting Process of the Reserve Bank of India: A Text Analysis Approach

Amrendra Pandey, Jagdish Shettigar , Amarnath Bose

This study attempts to evaluate the monetary policy of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) based on an investigation of the policy statements. The analysis based on text mining of the central bank’s monetary policy statements seeks to unravel the information considered by the central bank and the processes followed in making its inf...

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Volume 3

Customer satisfaction: impact of hedonic shopping in Delhi and National Capital Region

Customer satisfaction: impact of hedonic shopping in Delhi and National Capital Region

Pooja Misra, Prachi Deepak Patil , Aparna Gupta

With the Indian retail industry in a boom phase, it is anticipated that the Indian retail market will increase by approximately 60% and be at USD1.1 trillion by 2020. Interestingly, along with the changing environment in the retail space, customer preferences and expectations have also been changing at a very fast pace. In the pas...

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Volume 2

The Functioning of Dynamic Capabilities: Explaining the Role of Organizational Innovativeness and Culture

The Functioning of Dynamic Capabilities: Explaining the Role of Organizational Innovativeness and Culture

Somonnoy Ghosh, Bhupen K. Srivastava

Using the knowledge-based view of the firm, dynamic capability literature and known dimensions of organizational innovativeness (OI), this article develops two testable models that attempt to explain: (1) how innovativeness functions as a source of capability dynamization and (2) how organizational culture (OC) critically determin...

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Volume 2

Influence of student-perceived service quality on sustainability practices of university and student satisfaction

Influence of student-perceived service quality on sustainability practices of university and student satisfaction

Sartaj Chaudhary, Ajoy Kumar Dey

The past decade has seen a proliferation of research on service quality in education. However, little attempt has been made to understand the impact of student perceived service quality on sustainability practices of the university or the effect of such practices on student satisfaction. To bridge this gap, this paper aims to prop...

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