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
August 2020


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Name : China and South Africa: Most Attractive FDI Destinations in the BRICS
Author : Prof (Dr.) Anil Kumar Goyal, Jyoti Gupta, Richa Mehta
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In the present era of globalization and high competition, every country is striving to attract maximum Foreign Development Investment (FDI) from other countries for its economic growth and development. BRICS comprising Brazil, Russian Federation, India, China and South Africa, is a group of developing countries. BRICS accounted for 22 percent of global GDP but received only 11 percent of global inward FDI stock in 2016 (World Investment Report 2017). Many Multinational organizations of developed countries look for the best destination for their projects to invest in the form of FDI. The purpose of the study is to identify the most attractive FDI destination among The BRICS nations.
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Name : Variation in Mutual Fund Performance: A Comparative Study of Selected Equity Schemes in India for the Period 1995-2020
Author : Aniruddh Sahai, Prof. (Dr.) Ravinder Kumar
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Mutual Funds (through its professional managers) allow retail investors to generate returns in capital markets with small amounts while getting the advantage of diversification. Mutual funds perform a crucial role in promoting the nation’s economic &industrial growth by channelizing savings for productive purposes. The household sector is the most crucial fund supplier for mutual funds.
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Name : The Non-Linear Relationship between Financial Distress and Trade Credit: Empirical Evidence from Pakistan
Author : Muhammad Younis, Majid Jamal Khan, Muhammad Yar Khan ,Shahab U din
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We propose a solution to the financial-distress-trade-credit puzzle that exists in the literature. On one hand we have studies that report a positive association between the two while on the other hand, there are others suggesting a negative relationship. Using Quadratic Regression technique to allow for testing the relationship at two different levels of financial distress, we show that this disagreement is largely because of the failure to account for the degree of financial distress. In our sample of non-financial firms from the Pakistan Stock Exchange over a seven years period i.e. from 2010 to 2017.
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Name : BP Environmental Reporting in Response to Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: An Application of Legitimacy Theory
Author : Abdullah Masood, Nahg Abdul Majid Alawi, Ihab Akl Elmitwalli Akl
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The main aim of the present study is to give a picture of BP environmental reporting within the period of eleven years (2006 to 2016), as well as examines the effect of the Deepwater Horizon Incident on BP environmental reporting, mainly for the test of applicability of the theory of legitimacy. As found in literature, content analysis procedures are employed to measure environmental reporting level every year via determining the level of voluntary corporate environmental disclosure that is stated in the annual as well as suitability report through Global Reporting Initiatives (GRI) indicator.
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Name : Servant Leadership and Work-Family Enrichment: Moderation Role of Organizational Culture
Author : Sunil Kumar, Dr. Gitanjali Upadhaya
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Organizational Leadership and work-family enrichment are getting space in organizational theory. This study is an attempt to explore the mediation role of organizational culture in the relationship between servant leadership and work family enrichment. The information were collected through structured questionnaires from 223 university teachers across North India. The study was cross-sectional in nature.
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Name : Dividend Policy in India: Evidence from Financial Statements
Author : Dr. Om Prakash Agrawal, Dr. Shiv Kant Tiwari
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The study aims to examine the various factors of financial statements of the dividend paying Indian companies listed in stock exchange of India (Bombay Stock Exchange [BSE] and National Stock Exchange [NSE]) to examine the factors influencing dividend policy, amount of dividend and the method of dividend. Secondary data has been collected from the websites, six factors of financial statement chosen to check the impact on dividend policy.
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Name : Mergers & Acquisitions in Indian Banking Sector during Pre and Post Global Financial Crisis: An Empirical Analysis
Author : Mr. Ghanshyam Chand Yadav, Dr. Manish Kumar Prof D. K Tiwary
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Merger and acquisition is a vital tool for the growth and expansion in any industry. It is needful for the survival of the weak banks by merging into the larger banks. The recent research shows the effect of mergers and acquisitions in the Indian Bank sector weather Mergers & Acquisitions has led to a gainful condition or not.
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Name : Risk Adjusted Efficient Market Return for Stocks
Author : Natasha Pankunni, Dr. S. Rajitha Kumar
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Investment in stocks is considered to be the most risky among the other investment alternatives. The risk is due to the uncertainty in the return from stocks. There are various asset pricing theories in Finance through which investors can estimate the expected return from investment. One of the most discussed and accepted asset pricing models is the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) put forward by Sharpe (1964).
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Name : Impact of Demonetization on Increased Use of Plastic Money With Special Reference to Vellore District of Tamil Nadu – India
Author : M. Shuaib Ahmed, Dr. S. Abdul Sajid
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The purpose of the present demonetization study on the greater use of plastic money, we refer to the act of eliminating the authorization of paper and currency as "Legal Offer". It means that old coins, including bills and coins, must be restored with new or completely new coins, such as Rs. 2000 and Rs. 500 note that was not previously available. This was a gigantic and precise decision taken, as some said in a timely manner that it is a "master coup" or a "surgical attack" against black money. As a result, the appropriate number of citizens in the country has changed from cash to plastic money (debit / credit cards).
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Name : Structural Break Characterisation: A Case on Key Indian Agricultural Indicators and Indian Securities Market
Author : Mr. N. VENKATESH KUMAR,Dr. M. GANESH BABU
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This study focuses to examine the i) dependence structure pertaining to a) Per Capital GDP on selected agricultural indictors such as Agricultural Production (Food Grains), Agricultural Yield (Food Grains) and Area under Cultivation (Food Grains) b) Agricultural Production (Food Grains) on Food Credit c) Agricultural Yield (Food Grains) on Food Credit and d) Market Capitalisation of BSE Limited on Per Capital GDP ii) parameter stability due to financial crisis on the aforementioned notions from 1992-93 to 2018-19.
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Name : Role of Emotional Intelligence on Job Performance in IT Sector
Author : Himanshu Gandhi, Dr. Manisha Goel, Dr. Chavi Bhargava
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Emotional Intelligence among individuals has been defined as the ability to process emotional information and use it accurately for navigating through the social environment. Varying among individuals, the presence of EI helps provide the capacity to use emotional information for guiding various thinking processes and behavioural patterns, in all spheres of life. Job performance is a single variable which determines how a person performs in his or her workplace and is related to the productivity of the employee and his effectiveness in accomplishing a work assigned to him.
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Name : Reaction of Stock Price to Buyback Announcements - Sector Wise Analysis of Indian Companies
Author : Dr Raghu Kumari P.S, Harnesh Makhija, Anindya Mitra
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This paper aims to investigate the impact of share buyback announcements on stock prices as these corporate announcements have an impact on stock price in the form of positive, negative and neutral ways. The study includes 89 companies listed in the exchange and analyzed sector wise which is new in this research area.
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Name : A Study of Perception Analysis of MFIs Officials: Uttar Pradesh (India)
Author : Reshu Goel,Dr. Megha Aggarwal
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Micro finance is a mechanism for the development of country with especially focus on poor women in rural areas. Micro Finance has had several successful initiatives, including the range of outreach, as well as the development of innovative products and local institutions that reach out to marginalized communities. Micro-finance has been accepted at the national policy level for poverty reduction. Micro Finance has emerged as a powerful instrument for poverty alleviation and empowering poor.
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Name : Enhancing Women’s Financial Empowerment through Financial Literacy in the Changing World of Work
Author : Sandeep Kaur, Dr Nidhi walia
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The present study examines the role of financial literacy in enhancing women’s financial empowerment and investigates how investment decisions of women get affected by their behavioral attitude, risk perception and some other constraints posed by technological and digital developments in this changing world of work. Therefore, empowering women economically and financially are crucial to reducing gender inequalities; eliminate poverty, and for achieving the targets of sustainable growth.
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Name : Challenges in Reverse Mortgage – A Review
Author : Supriya Sehgal, Dr. Vaishali Dhingra
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A Reverse Mortgage is a type of loan which is suitable for senior citizens aged 60 years or more. . Through this loan instrument, the old age home owners can release the equity trapped in fixed asset and use it during their grey years. The process of Reverse Mortgage does not require the homeowner to pay any kind of loan repayment for buying a home and allows taking the benefit of the house during their lifetime. It provides needed cash for the sustenance of life, whose network is tied up in the value of their home.
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Name : Book Review: What’s Mine is Yours: How Collaborative Consumption is Changing the Way We Live
Author : Dimple Vyas
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The authors Rachel Botrman and Roo Rogers are widely acclaimed researchers in the field of collaborative consumption. Rachel Botsman is a world-renowned expert on an explosive new era of trust and technology and what this means for life, work and how we do business. Roo Rogers is an entrepreneur and the president of Redscout Ventures, a venture company in New York. He has served as the cofounding partner of OZOlab and the former CEO of OZOcar.
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