Pacific B usiness R eview I nternational

A Refereed Monthly International Journal of Management Indexed With THOMSON REUTERS(ESCI)
Pacific Business Review International is Included in UGC's - CARE List of Journals (Category II).
ISSN: 0974-438X
Imapct factor (SJIF): 6.56
RNI No.:RAJENG/2016/70346
Postal Reg. No.: RJ/UD/29-136/2017-2019
Editorial Board

Prof. Mahima Birla
(Editor in Chief)

Dr. Khushbu Agarwal
(Editor)

Ms. Asha Galundia
(Circulation Manager)

Editorial Team

Mr. Ramesh Modi

A Refereed Monthly International Journal of Management
December 2019



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Name : An Analysis of Impact of FDI on Small Retailers in India
Author : Dr. Manisha Goel,Neelam Goyal
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Foreign direct investment plays significant role in growth every economy. It has also affected small retailers in the economy. In India, traditionally goods were being sold in unorganized retail market such as grocery store and kiryana shops. These shopkeepers were able to develop strong relationship with local customers as a result of their friendly behavior. FDI in the retail sector has expanded commodity markets manifolds. As a result of adoption of advanced supply chain, it has reduced transaction and transformation costs. The benefit of which has been transferred to the consumers. This research paper emphasize on the analysis of impact of FDI on small retailers in India. The study has been conducted in Delhi, NCR for the period of two years from 2018 to 2019 with sample size of 200. For the purpose of data analysis, statistical techniques such as Exploratory Factor Analysis, ANOVA have been applied. The captured responses were entered, coded and tabulated in SPSS software.
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Name : An Application of Capacity Utilization to the Measurement of Technical Efficiency of Public Sector Unit (BVFCL, Namrup): North Eastern Region of India
Author : Priyanka Bharali, Prof Deb Kumar Chakraborty
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BVFCL located in Namrup, Assam is the only fertilizer unit located in entire North Eastern Region of Assam. Located near to the source of inputs, but the unit is not able to use its capacity to the fullest as indicated by the capacity utilization estimation. Among the two inputs labour and capital; only the labour factor is significant in the production function. The technical efficiency of the unit is on a declining trend. Thus, the only fertilizer unit for the entire region is undergoing loss, this call for immediate policy by the government to improve the capacity utilization of the unit.
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Name : CHARACTERISTICS OF CEO’S OVERCONFIDENCE AND MANAGERIAL COMPENSATION: EVIDENCE FROM VIETNAM
Author : Quang Thong TRUONG, Linh TT NGUYEN, Minh Lam TRAN
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The study was conducted to determine the characteristics of CEO’s Overconfidence influencing managerial compensation. The study was conducted on 143 companies listed on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange, Vietnam, with 858 observations for 6 years from 2012-2017. By 2SLS method, with variable tools to deal with endogenous problems, research results show that with CEO’s overconfidence, female CEOs have a positive impact on their compensation. With CEOs not overconfident, their age, their education has positively impact on managerial compensation. However, we find no evidence of the linkage between CEO’s experience and managerial compensation.
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Name : Entrepreneurial Education and its Impact on Entrepreneurial Intentions: A Comparative Analysis of Business Graduates of Public and Private Universities of Sindh
Author : Mansoor Ahmed Soomro, Dr. Muhammad Salih Memon, Prof. Dr. Noor Shah Bukhari
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Being a developing country, Pakistan is facing a serious problem of unemployment at a massive level among university graduates. The current government is looking for options to overcome the scare resource as every year, thousands of graduates are graduating but jobs are rare. This research aims to examine the “role of entrepreneurial education on entrepreneur intentions among business graduates of public and private universities of Sindh”.
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Name : Internet Usage and Its Impact on Perception towards Online Shopping
Author : Dr. Vivek Singh Tomar, Dr. Varsha Khattri
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This study investigates the internet usage variables like internet usage experience, internet usage frequency, internet usage duration, online shopping experience, online shopping frequency and the device used for online shopping among Indian online shoppers. Two established and pre-validated scales were used to measure perceived benefits and perceived risks of online shopping and to assess the overall perception of internet users towards online shopping.
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Name : Green HRM Practices and Green Innovation: An Empirical Evidence from Pharmaceutical Industry in Pakistan
Author : Areej Ali, Hazoor Muhammad Sabir, Dr. MuhmmadWaseem Bari ,Dr. Mohsin Bashir
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Nowadays every business is focusing on development of environment as environmental problems like global warming, shortage of water, pollutions etc is increasing day by day. These problems are not only increasing outside the organization but also inside the organization. To solve these problems organizations are putting all their efforts to bring green innovation. To bring green innovation, Green human resource management practices (GHRM) are playing an important role as it is related to employees of organization.
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Name : System Dynamics Modelling for Reverse Logistics Supply Firm
Author : Prof. Mohita G Sharma, Dr. Vinaytosh Mishra
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Reverse supply chain is becoming very important in recent time. The objective of this study is to understand the causal modelling of the flows in reverse supply chain with help of a case. The various policy interventions have been modelled thereby providing managerial insights into the policy implications for the company. The methodology used in this research is System Dynamics Modelling. The research uses causal loop diagram to identify the reinforcing and balancing loops then develops a system dynamics model to test the implications of the various policy measures. After policy implementation the As-it-is stock which can generate more revenue through higher prices is increased and the refub stock and cannibalised stock is decreased. Thus the policy changes have a positive impact on the revenue.
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Name : Promotional Strategies for Indian Pharmaceutical Companies in the Era of Digital Marketing
Author : Dr. Babita Agrawal, Dr. Yogita Mandhanya
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There is a need of medicines due to unhygienic conditions to target the rural market. So the communication through newspapers is not effective. The rural people mostly are not literate so effectively they would be communicated through campaigns, audio visuals, puppet show etc. The traditional promotion means mainly includes the selling personnel, the advertisement, and business promotion. Marketers must be very careful while choosing the mediums to be used for communication.
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Name : Global Talent Management- Challenges and Role of HR Professionals
Author : Dr. Sakshi Vashisht, Ravi Vashisht
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Global talent management has emerged as a key strategic issue for Multi National Corporations. It has been reported as one the most difficult challenges faced by HR professionals. Managing global talent is the topmost priority of HR practitioners over the past decade. The present study therefore attempts to understand the concept of global talent management. The study examines the challenges faced by HR professional in managing global talent. Furthermore, the study also aims to understand the role of human resource professionals in global talent management.
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