Pacific B usiness R eview I nternational

A Refereed Monthly International Journal of Management Indexed With THOMSON REUTERS(ESCI)
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
May 2019



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Name : Different VAR for Developing and Developed Nations because of Market Efficiency
Author : Dr Shailesh Rastogi ,Ashok Patil , Akanksha Goel
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The aim of this paper is to compare the performance of VaR among Nations. This paper employs the method proposed by Diebold, Schuermann, and Stroughair (1998) and McNeil and Frey (2000) in order to filter the return data to obtain i.i.d residuals by fitting ARMA-GARCH models.The model that shows the lowest percentage failure rate in VaR in out-of-sample period is identified as the best GARCH model to estimate VaR.
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Name : The Perceived Gap between Academicians and PG Students about Accounting Education System in India: A Case Study
Author : Dr. ShilpaLodha , Mr. Azhar Ahmed Sheikh
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The environment in which the accounting profession functions is constantly changing. The ability of the accounting profession to effectively and continuously meet new challenges confronting it and to adapt its services to changing conditions and circumstances is directly associated with the soundness of its educational foundation. It has been evidenced from various researches that there is a gap between the accounting education and its practices. Universities can play a vital role in mitigating this gap by providing demand based accounting education to the future accountants, so that they can serve the purpose of the industry.
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Name : Testing the Effects of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Practices on Customer Acquisition
Author : Subhasish Das , Manit Mishra , Prasanta Kumar Mohanty
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The key purpose of the study is to test the effect of CRM practices on customer acquisition. The study is based on the framework of eight blocks of successful CRM, developed by the Gartner group. The study considers the principal components of CRM such as CRM vision, CRM strategy, customer experience and organizational collaboration of the Gartner framework and shows their effects on customer acquisition.
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Name : IMPACT OF EMPOWERMENT ON RETENTION AMONG TEACHERS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF PUNJAB
Author : Deepika Sharma , Dr. Rupali Arora
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Educational institutions always attempt their best to hire top quality faculty, but the issues arises when it is all about retaining the faculties. Now days it has become a toughest challenge for the owner of the organization to make a happy place to work for the employees. Again the question arises the faculties institutions have retained are they satisfied with the present working conditions? The present study investigates the impact of empowerment on retention among teachers of secondary schools.
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Name : The Role of Supportive Organizational Culture in Strategic Success: A Research in Private Hospitals in Erbil City
Author : Prof. Dr. Satya Subrahmanyam , Ms. Zhalla Farwq Hamadamin
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The purpose of this research paper is to examine therole of supportive organizational culture in private hospitals to understand the effect and relationship between the hospital’s supportive culture and strategic success in Erbil city, whereasusing a qualitative method for a framework in thepaper.So, examined the impact of organizational supportive culture dimensions on the strategic success that will increase the understanding of theessential characteristics of supportive culture particularly in private hospitals.
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Name : A study on Emotional Intelligence: An insight from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Author : Dr. Zafrul Allam
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The present investigation was an attempt to detect the level of emotional intelligence among the employees. The sample of the present investigation comprises of 110 employees and has been selected randomly in Tania Water Company located at Al-Kharj and Riyadh region from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The responses were obtained from the employees with the help of emotional intelligence scale and demographical characteristics sheet.
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Name : India’s Export Potential with the Arctic Council Countries: A Gravity Model Estimation
Author : Faisal Ahmed , Sumeet Kaur
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The Arctic Council comprises of eight countries and India became its Observer member as a non-circumpolar country in 2013. In this paper, we estimate India’s export potential with the Arctic Council countries using an augmented gravity model of trade. We employ panel data of merchandise exports for the period 2005-17 and use pooled effects, fixed effects, random effects, and first difference effects to derive results. The findings reveal that in both basic as well as augmented model estimations, and with either fixed effects or first difference effects, India has the potential to increase its exports to all the eight countries.
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Name : Macro-Level Governance and Bank Performance in Asean Countries
Author : Diep T.N.Nguyen
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The paper examines the correlation between performance variables (ROA, ROE) and the components of macro governance variables and other bank-level variables. The highlight of this study is the use of the World Bank Governance Index dataset to assess the impact of macro-level governance factors on the performance of ASEAN commercial banks in the period from 2010-2017.
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Name : Study of Working Women’s Perception about Level of Risk in Investment Options
Author : Amandeep Singh , Amandeep Kaur
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Working women are always having a different perception related to investment option. Their perception again changes with the change in the kind of sector they are working. This study has shown the kind of perception women working in the Public and Private sector are having. This study is conducted in Sangrur district of the Punjab. A sample of 500 working women is taken and their responses are collected using the random sampling method. One-way ANOVA method is used for the analysis
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Name : Social Media Advertising: Paradigm shift in Marketing Communication
Author : Manish Dhingra , Rakesh K. Mudgal
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Usage of social media is on rise among the consumers and businesses. The promotion strategies which were earlier used to be non-interactive in nature and majorly one way, have now become highly interactive and two way. The credibility of advertisements on social media is high as compared to other means of promotion andsocial media advertising has led to a paradigm shift in marketing communication. The present paper discusses theimportance of social mediaas a tool in marketing communication context.
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Name : A case on - Teaching Entrepreneurship to IBP Students – An Interactive Approach at the University of Warsaw, Poland.
Author : Dr. Rajesh N. Pahurkar
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Advances in technology have evolved new methods and techniques in the field of human learning and growth (Jordan 2010). Educational contents are available online and no more geographical ristictions to reach and teach. Students are more techno savvy and exposed to world dynamic. Availability of digital contents in the form of audio and video supporting to self learning in many field of education, it has changed teaching learning experience, but the final outcome is that educational system is creating the manpower to fit in existing job market only. Educational institutes are not putting special efforts to nurture and strengthen entrepreneurial qualities among the student community.
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