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
July 2020


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Name : Determinants of Stock Option Listing: Logistic Regression and Random Forest Approach
Author : Dr. Himanshu Joshi, Dr. Rajneesh Chauhan
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The study examines the factors affecting stock option listing for Indian market usingbinary logistic regression and machine learning classifier algorithm, random forest. Findings suggest that large size firms paying regular dividends and having high institutional holdings demonstrate higher propensity of stock option listing.
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Name : Understanding The Linkage Between Social Capital and Work Alienation: A Mediation Model of Self-Efficacy
Author : Nazmiye Ulku PEKKAN
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In this study, it was aimed to determine the effect of social capital and self-efficacy on work alienation and the mediation role of self-efficacy in the relation between social capital and work alienation. Depending on the purpose of the research, first a large literature search was made on concepts and theoretical background was given. Then, the first-hand data collection technique was preferred and the survey technique was applied to the employees of public hospitals operating in the health sector in Turkey.
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Name : Understanding The Linkage Between Social Capital and Work Alienation: A Mediation Model of Self-Efficacy
Author : Prof. K P Yadav, Dr. Khushboo Sharma, Shalini Dixit,
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Human resource management has emerged as an important function to achieve competitive advantage in current scenario where workforce and its key performance indicators are linked with organizational success and attainment of individual goals both at personal and professional level. Performance appraisal can be developed as a strategic tool to identify measure and assess employs performance for effective utilization of workforce. Workforce career development is essential to keep them motivated and productive. The various factors which are considered for career development in the following study are structured with the help of review of literature done. A descriptive research design is adopted and sample of 100 respondents were selected who were school teachers of different age groups and having at least 2 years of academic experience.
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Name : Determinants of Non-Interest Income: The Case of Vietnamese Commercial Banks
Author : Diep Nguyen Thi Ngoc, Hung Doan Viet
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This study examines the factors affecting non-interest income (NII) of commercial banks in Vietnam in the period from 2010 to 2017, paying special attention to the relationship between competition and NII. The study levers on a sample of 216 observations and 4 estimation methods, including the least square method (OLS), the fixed effect model (FE), the random effect model (RE), and System GMM. Our study differs from other studies in utilizing the sample comprising 27 Vietnamese commercial banks and the use of GMM method to identify factors affecting non-interest income.
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Name : Towards Achieving Web Customer Loyalty: An Innovative Research Model
Author : Anas A. Mohammad Salameh, Ahmad.M.A.Zamil, M.M.Sulphey
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The aim of this research is to highlight the significance of an integrated view for evaluating web service performance, thereby achieving e-customer loyalty. The study examined the effect of transaction cost performance analysis with analysis forecasting factors (time/schedule analysis and forecasting, cost analysis and forecasting, and quality cost analysis forecasting), as well as, their relationship among them with satisfaction analysis forecasting and finally the relationship with e-loyalty. Since the contributions of technology appear in all trends and aspects nowadays, this study developed a conceptual model
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Name : Performance Evaluation of Private and Public Sector Mutual Funds in India.
Author : Dr. Anitha S. Yadav
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The Mutual funds industry is playing a major role in channelizing small savings and maximizing the returns to investor’s right from its inception in 1963.Mutual fund pools the savings of a group of people and invests this money in stocks, bonds, and other securities. Mutual fund investment opportunities enables the investors to reduce risk and maximize returns. According to Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI) “a Mutual Fund is a trust that pools the savings of a number of investors who share a common financial goal and invest it in capital market instruments such as shares, debentures and other securities.
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Name : Dubai House Prices and Macroeconomic Fluctuations: A Time Series Analysis
Author : Farhan Ahmed, SandhiaMaheshwari, Sajid Hussain Mirani
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This paper aims to examine the relationship between selected macroeconomic indicators with the real estate industry (house prices index as proxy) of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Time series regression has been applied to achieve the objectives using monthly data from 2008-2017 collected from Thomson Reuters DataStream. Findings show the negative impact of the exchange rate (ER) and oil prices (COP) on house price index (HPI) and positive impact of inflation (CPI) and money supply (M2). To the best of authors’ knowledge, the real estate market in Dubai has received less attention from researchers.
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Name : The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Organizations for Recruitment Process: A Review
Author : Divya Jyoti Thakur, Dr. Sakshi Sharma
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Artificial Intelligence is a new buzzword in the corporate world. AI in recruitment is revolutionizing the entire recruitment process. It is breaking the monotony in the recruitment process, for instance, making phone calls, screening resumes; short listing candidates and replying to them are all getting automated. Thus, the aim of the present study is to understand the role of AI in recruitment. The study also examines various AI tools used in recruitment. Finally, the study presents the benefits and challenges of using AI in recruitment.
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Name : Choice of Firms’ Location: Insights from Industrial Growth Centre Lassipora
Author : Ajaz Ahmad Ganaie, Dr Anjali Mehra, Jinny Sharma
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Where to locate is one of the most important decisions that an entrepreneur faces during his entrepreneurial activities. It is one of the major influences for nascent entrepreneurs, as the benefit of concentration affects the profitability of new ventures. The present study focuses on the factors which encouraged entrepreneurs towards Industrial Growth Centre Lassipora. For this primary data were taken. Primary data was collected from 180 entrepreneurs who set up their business at Industrial Growth Centre lassipora through a well-structured questionnaire.
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Name : Does Demographics affect Mutual Fund Investors’ Perception ? An Empirical study
Author : Ms. Meetu, Dr. Naaz Gorowara
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India is going to become the strongest economy in the world and major stimulus is related with broad spectrum of Capital Market. Indian capital market is growing enormously and so Mutual fund Industry which is witnessing this shift in the area of financial market. Mutual funds are innovative vehicle of investment. It is a financial instrument for diversified portfolio investment. Innovative scheme where investors pools their money in a diversified way according to their interests and objective. Its a theory related to Behavioral finance
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Name : The Role of Work Life Balance as a Tool to Predict Employee Performance
Author : Dhanya Ajayaghosh, Dr. Santhosh P Thampi
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Work life balance (WLB) has been considered as one of the major issues in the field of human resource management for the last few decades. The new business contexts add value to this subject and the rate of pace of change creates thrust into it. The need for a better work atmosphere, family friendly life and personal space is high. People are more conscious about their work surroundings and prefer a cool working environment also. Performance is nothing but an effort exhibited in order to achieve the desired goal or output.
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Name : Young Employee’s Retention in Ceramic Sanitary Ware Manufacturing Factories in India
Author : Dr. S.Umamaheswari
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Organizations are evaluating suitable strategies to retain their trustful employees, by giving importance to the factors, which improves satisfaction of employees towards their organization. Generally non-financial factors get priority due to their lesser financial implications. This article evaluate the effects of four retention factors work environment, organization commitment, training and development and work life balance over the employees of different tenures and explore what factors exert more influence over young employees with minimum years of, service (0-5).Employees of fast-growing, unattended Ceramic sanitary ware factories were taken for analysis. Result concludes that retention factors influence varies over employees of different tenures while the factors work environment and training &development exerts more retention influence over young employees with minimum years of service (0-5).Suggestions for the industries are also proposed.
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Name : Value Chain Interventions – Imperatives for Livelihood Development
Author : Dr. Smritishikha Choudhury, Dr. Nripendra Narayan Sarma
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The business firms that subscribe to the traditional view of marketing which is centred around selling, have the best chance of succeeding in economies and markets marked by shortages of goods. In these markets, consumers are not fussy about quality, features or style. However, in an emerging economy like India, there are different buyers with individual wants, perceptions, preferences and buying criteria. In this context, the business firms see themselves as part of a value creation and delivery process. They need to make interventions in value chain by involving suppliers, distributors and customers.
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Name : Case Study: KIA Motors in INDIA – Will it survive or Will it fail...
Author : Dr. Binkey Srivastava
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Kia Motors Corp., entered in India’s automobile market, to establish the brand with focus on more volumes and market share rather than on profits. The South Korean Hyundai Motor Group subsidiary before introducing its electrified vehicles in India thoroughly understood the government plan to set up infrastructure and other needs of electrified mobility. The managing director and chief executive of Kia Motors India, Kookhyun Shim said in an interview “Kia’s philosophy is more about being a sustainable brand in India for the long term. We have learnt a lot of lessons from other competitor brands. So, we want to be the most loved in the first stage". 2 Kia with its initial investment of $1.1 billion in India will be unable to become profitable soon.
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Name : Level of Awareness and Knowledge about GST (Goods and Services Tax) in Haldwani
Author : Dr. CS Joshi, Tanuja Chaudhary
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GST is a single and destination based tax which will be levied at the time of consumption of goods and services. It will be levied only on the additional value so that credit of inputs taxes already paid (at the time of purchase of inputs) can be availed. Thus, ultimate consumer will bear the GST that will be charged by the last dealer in supply chain, with set off benefits at all the previous stage. It has been three years since the inception of GST therefore;
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