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
September 2019



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Name : Herding Behaviour and Liquidity of Stocks in India
Author : N.CHITRA DEVI
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This research analyses the herding behavior of different sets of portfolio such as high liquid stock portfolio and low liquid stock portfolio formed on the basis of liquidity measure. This research found that herding behavior differs across the level of liquidity of stocks across different sub sample periods. The presence of herding behavior is analyzed using the daily data of the companies listed in the Bombay Stock exchange from April 2006 to March 2018
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Name : Examining Organisational Learning Intentions: An Illustration of Theory of Planned Behavior in the Apparel Sector of Bangladesh
Author : S.M. ShafiulAlam, K.M. Zahidul Islam
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The main purpose this study is to explain various behavioural aspects related to the intentions of the managers to rip the benefits of implanting organisational learning in the firms by applying the theory of planned behaviour (TPB).Data have been collected from the apparel industry of Bangladesh to conduct an empirical research. In order to address the objectives of the study as many as six research hypotheses have been devised and they have been eventually validated using structural equation modeling (SEM).The results of the analyses found that the research model has attained good-fit based on pre-established fit indices. The results revealed that the salient determinants of organizational learning based on TPB together with an additional construct empowerment positively affect behavioural intentions of managers. While devising strategies for establishing organisational learning, managers are expected to utilize the findings of the research. The additional construct empowerment is expected to provide substantial insight regarding the interplay among the concerned constructs.
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Name : Responsible Leadership Style and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: A Relationship Study
Author : Divya Jyoti Thakur, Dr. Dipanker Sharma,
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Leaders are recognized for the influence they are able to create on their followers. Leaders influence the action and behavior of their followers. This study has been undertaken to understand the relationship between Responsible leadership style and organizational citizenship behavior. A Sample of 121 employees working in pharmaceutical firms was included in the study. The study variables were measured on a metric scale. Suitable statistical techniques were applied on the collected data. The results revealed that there is no difference in study variables with respect to demographic characteristics of the sample.
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Name : Human Resource Management: A Competence Based Approach
Author : Showkat Ahmad Ganie
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In today’s knowledge driven, technology based and highly competitive business environment, the survival and growth of organizations largely depend on competencies of their human resources. Human resource competencies are regarded as one of the most important resources and the key to organizational success. Implementation of competence based policies, programs and strategies by organizations would facilitate judicious and optimum utilization of their resources, thereby, paving the way for sustainable competitive advantage. The identification, development and maintenance of desired human resource competencies can act as a catalyst for achieving the goals and objectives of an organization.
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Name : Revesting Intended Learning Outcomes through Social Environment of Class Rooms in Girls High Schools
Author : Mehwish Mobeen, Dr. Muhammad Shabbir Ch. , Paris Zaka Ullah, Engr. Muhammad Tamoor, Uzma Niaz
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The purpose of research is to analyze the social environment of classroom and intended learning outcome of girl’s students in high schools. The social environment effect the learning process of the students in everywhere where different facilities are provided to the girl’s students within boundary wall of schools that promote student tasks including to interaction, mutual respect, teacher support, participation and andragological skills. For the present study, a sample size of 222 girl’s students was sampled through proportionate random sampling technique from two schools including Government Girls High School Shadiwal and Government Girls Model High School Shadiwal. The sampling unit was based on the characteristics including girl’s students, 9th and 10th class and studying at High Schools.
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Name : Relationship between Self Knowledge and Career Knowledge of Students for Career Decision
Author : Shahinshah Babar Khan, Dr. Asad Abbas Rizvi, N.B Jumani
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Researchers aimed to study the correlation of self-knowledge and career knowledge among students in Pakistan .Researchers also found male and female students of different subject groups differ in terms of career decisions. It was a co-relational study and survey method was used to find the relationship and differences. A total of 460 higher secondary level students were the sample for the present study. Data was collected through self developed questionnaires to find the relationship between self-knowledge and career knowledge of the students. Pearson “r” was practiced for revealing relationship between one’s knowledge about him/her and career related information/knowledge.
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Name : Effects of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Strategies on Average Revenue per User (ARPU) in the context of Telecommunication Sector
Author : Rajeev Sharma, Dr. Uttam Rao Jagtap, Dr. D. P. Mishra
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This study helps to determine the right CRM strategies desired by the organization in order to get profit. It builds the association between the economic considerations of the customer with the right choice of CRM strategies. It depicts the impact of various CRM strategies i.e., how much they affect the telecom operator for getting revenue from the customer in terms of choosing plan type and expenditure nature. Our research shows that customer satisfaction and customer loyalty are the most critical factors affecting the customer’s choice to encourage monthly expenses.
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Name : An Empirical Investigation on inculcating Women Entrepreneurial Success Factors using Partial Least Squares- Structural Equation Modeling
Author : Majid Murad, Prof. Cai Li, Hassnain Javed, Saba Fazal Firdousi, Sheikh Farhan Ashraf
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Pakistan compromise of half of the women population but unfortunately, they are still lagging behind instead of leapfrogging in a wider spectrum of personal, environmental and other factors. Although, women should be given an environmental construct to help and motivate them to identify opportunities so that each of the individual women with unique innate abilities and infinite source of energy can best exploit their potential to deliver desired outcomes in alliance with economic growth and prosperity. Therefore, there is a dire need to identify key success factors that have inculcated women entrepreneurs into mainstream venture creation. This study primarily aims at empirical testing of those dimensions that are considered critical yet significant for successful women entrepreneur venture creation and also to analyze the relationship with relevant variables such as locus of control, need for achievement, push and pull motivational factors, family support, information and communication technology, access to finance and social factor, government policies and support from NGO’s. The study contains questionnaire included surveys, e-mails and personal visits for data collection.
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Name : Consumers’ Intention towards Plastic Bags Usage in a Developing Nation: Applying and Extending the Theory of Planned Behavior
Author : Muhammad Kashif Aslam, Maria Sadaf, Saqib Ali, Muhammad Danish
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Plastic bags waste is one of the most hazardous substances in the world. Unrestricted use of plastic bags changing the climate and creating threat for the terrestrial and aquatic environment. Although different countries banned plastic bag usage, but people are still using them. To examine consumer intentions towards plastic bag usage, the study extended the theory of planned behavior by adding religiosity as an additional predictor of intentions with attitude, subjective norm and perceived behavior control. The nature of the study is quantitative, and data was collected by questionnaire.
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Name : Employee Relationship Management (ERM) and its Significance- A Systematic Review
Author : Girish Prasad Das, Dr. Nihar Ranjan Mishra, Narayana Maharana,
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This paper is mainly dealing with the systematic review of different studies carried out on the subject of employee relationship management and its impact on organisation development and other Human Resource related benefit. The study incorporates a critical review of literature ranging from a wide range of countries and industries. However, there exist some limitations of availability, accessibility and annexation of all the existing and relevant works. From the human resource point of view, research on employee engagement and development has got high relevance in recent years. Employee motivation and retention are the buzzwords of the present business world and all the organisations are endeavouring to motivate and retain employees through employee relationship management.
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Name : An Empirical Study on Selected Determinants of FDI in Telecom Sector of India
Author : Jyoti Gupta, Dr. Vivek Sharma
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In India, today the Major percentage of GDP is from Service Sector in which Telecom Sector is amongst the top most contributors. FDI always remained center of attraction for the researchers from the point of view of its importance in economy. FDI policy is reviewed recurrently for making it capable of attracting more investment. Government adopted liberal policy under which 100% FDI is allowed through automatic route in many sectors, however in few cases Government intervention is remained intact. In spite of being liberal on FDI front, the Telecom Sector is unable to meet the desired targets of attracting FDI; this could be because of many factors which are deterrent to FDI in our economy.
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