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
June 2020



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Name : Value Anomaly or Value Premium? An Innovative Approach to Examining Risk-Return Profiles Using Discriminant Analysis
Author : Deepak Danak, Riya Shah
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We examine whether the economic law of one price is upheld in the Indian capital market or not. Exponents of Efficient Market Hypothesis dictate equality between risk and return by inferring the risk from the realized returns. However, at the investor’s level what matters more is whether the return is proportionate to the risk actually experienced or not. This paper examines that aspect with four distinctions. The most important of them is the application of discriminant analysis to examine how far the value stocks and growth stocks portfolios are discriminated by their risk-return profiles
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Name : The Influence of Top Management Support and Manager Accounting Knowledge on the Effectiveness of Accounting Information Systems in Commercial Banks in the Republic of Yemen
Author : Amran M.Q. Khamis, Dr. Ishwara. P
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The core aim of this study is to assess the influence of top management support and manager accounting knowledge on the accounting information systems effectiveness in commercial banks in the Republic of Yemen. This study analyses the data obtained from all main commercial banks in Yemen 11 and its branches in Sana’a. This study uses SPSS package for producing the frequency distribution, Cronbach Alfa values, as well as regression analysis for testing hypotheses of the study particularly, sample linear regression which applied for data analysis.
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Name : Financial Performance Evaluation of Commercial Banks by AHP: An Evidence from India
Author : Pawan Kumar, Dr. Deergha Sharma, Dr. Ramkaran Singh
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In present transforming phase of the Indian banks, the study has evaluated the financial health of ten commercial banks working in India by employing Analytical Hierarchy Process” (AHP). For assessment, six financial criteria such as Assets Quality, Capital Adequacy ratio, Liquidity, Earning, Management Efficiency, and Profitability has been utilized for a period from 2009 to 2018. For in depth analysis, these criteria are further categorized into twenty-four sub-criteria. A paired comparison methodology is employed to rationalize relative weights of identified criteria and sub-criteria and AHP is used to rank the banks accordingly.
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Name : An Empirical Study on Social Impact of a Product: Relationship between Smartphone Addiction and Health Problems among College Students
Author : Neeru Devi
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Purpose – Smartphone is a device which has become life necessity of the people in this modern time. Students are also using this device due to its numerous functional uses. This device is becoming a drug to users as they are using it for unlimited time. Health problems are arising because of its consistent use. The main purpose to conduct this study was to obtain the relationship between smartphone addiction and health problems among college students.
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Name : Impact of IND-AS First Time Application on Financial Performance of Indian Metal Sector Companies
Author : Rakesh Kumar, Rishika Agarwal
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A notable and breakthrough change is made in India through transition from IGAAP to IND-AS in the financial reporting. Implementation of IND-AS introduced new concepts in accounting which lead to changes in the recognition, measurement, disclosure and presentation of the financial data. Thus, the present study is a small attempt to know the impact of implementation of IND-AS on the financial performance of the Indian companies. This study mainly aims to empirically evaluate the impact of IND-AS implementation on the financial performance of metal sector companies in India.
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Name : Labour Productivity in Energy Sector Companies included in Nifty 50: An Empirical Study
Author : CMA Dr. Meenu Maheshwari, Dr. Ashok Kumar Gupta, CA Priya Taparia
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Research Issue: In this modern environment, productivity has become synonymous for progress. It is key to prosperity. Productivity is the ratio of revalued output to revalued input; this ratio shows the actual performance of a unit. Higher the productivity means more efficient use of the resources. In the present research paper, an attempt has been made to measure, analyse and compare labour productivity of energy sector companies during the period from 2010-11 to 2017-18 i.e. for eight years.
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Name : Determines of Key factors for Performance of Microfinance Institutions: A Study of Some Selected Microfinance Institutions in Bangladesh
Author : Parul Akhter
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The purpose of this study is to identify the factors that affect the performance of microfinance institutions’ (MFIs). The study used self-administered questionnaire which was designed with a five-point Likert scale. The data were collected from 200 employees and considered ten microfinance institutions (Grameen Bank, BRAC, ASA, BURO Bangladesh, Then gamara Mohila Sabuj Sangha, Centre for Development Innovation and Practices, RDRS Bangladesh, United Development Initiatives for Programmed Actions, SAJIDA Foundation, and Shakti Foundation for Disadvantaged Women) which were operated in Bangladesh.
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Name : Measuring and Analyzing the Entrepreneurial Quotient (EQ) of Graduating Engineers
Author : Harshal G. Vashi, Dr. Rakesh J. Motiyani
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Entrepreneurial Quotient (EQ) is a very crucial element for any Start-Up and entrepreneurship in the field of Engineering. Before starting up any venture of engineering, it is necessary to know, whether idea is feasible enough or not, whether society at large or community will get benefit of it or not. After this question if answer is yes than, it should be scalable. Many people are ready to start their own business or enterprise due to many numbers of reasons but all people may not get success in entrepreneurship.
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Name : The Role of Supply Chain Management Practices (SCMPs) on Supply Chain Operational Performance (SCOPer) in Automobile Industry in India
Author : Jagdeep Singh, Shivoham Singh, Gyaneshwar Singh Kushwaha
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In the modern era of competition and varying business conditions in the twenty first century, automobile OEMs are facing issues such as shift of BSI-IV engines to BSI-VI engines, demand crisis, economic slowdown, and global covid-19 pandemic and at the same time, consumer’s expectations are increasing. These things have put a lot of pressure on automobile industry to cater the fast and changing needs of the consumers at competitive price. In the automobile industry, normally vehicles are designed & build to keep in mind the global demand as well to avoid creating a brand new setup for global demand and hence its supply chains have become more complex. The recent economic slowdown in India has put pressure on automobile industry OEM’s as well as supplier’s top leadership to make right decisions about their supply chains for improved performance.
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Name : Predicting the antecedents of mobile banking acceptance in India by Structural Equation Modelling
Author : Dr. Deergha Sharma
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The present study has proposed a model for determining various antecedents impacting the embracement of mobile banking technology in India. Based on structured questionnaire, a survey of 300 mobile banking users of five commercial banks was conducted using convenience sampling method. Through structural equation modelling, interrelationship of constructs and items is deduced in the study. The research is unique as it has considered the role of Government support
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Name : A FLASHBACK OF MSME IN INDIA: ROLE IN EMPLOYMENT GENERATIONIndustry
Author : Dr. Krishn Awatar Goyal, Mr. Prawal Sharma
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Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) sector has developed as an enthusiastic and energetic division of the Indian economy over the last few decades. MSME is the second biggest sector after agriculture in terms of employment generation. MSME plays an important role in the economic development of the country. It is the spine of the Indian manufacturing segment and are also called as the engine of economic development.
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Name : Social Innovation as an Instrument for Productive and Self-reliant Ageing
Author : Sooraj KV, Prof. Channaveer RM, Rameez Manzoor
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Ageing is characterised by number of physical, emotional, economic, and social changes that makes their life entirely different from others. Elderly period or late adulthood is considered as the second childhood of a person, which requires care and protection by the family and society, similar to the care they give to a child. Physical illness, social isolation, economic dependence, and loneliness are coming hand-in-hand with ageing. Since the elderly population of India crosses 104 million (Census, 2011), addressing their concerns are gaining momentum.
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Name : An Entrepreneurial Opportunity in Civil Aviation & Defence Aerospace Sector in India
Author : Dr. Chandravadan Goritiyal, Dr. Laxmi Goritiyal
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Aviation and Aerospace sector is coming up as a great opportunity in coming years despite Covid 19 issue. One can very well ignore the failure of Jet Airways and Kingfisher Airlines in India as opportunity of growth is tremendous in India. The country is set to become 3rd largest aviation market by the end of 2020. With big ticket Aircrafts orders from Indian carriers such as Indigo, SpiceJet and current emphasis on Powered by Hour contracts (PBH), many of the aerospace services and manufacturing activities are expected to be performed within India.
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Name : Talent Management: An Empirical Analysis of Recruiting, Managing and Retaining Top Talent in Indian Academic Institutions
Author : Dr. C. S. Yadav, Shivani Monga
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Human resources are the most invaluable asset of a country to improve its economy and social development and it all depends on the employability of potential skilled manpower. Be it any sector, shaping tomorrow’s professionals has to take place on strong substrata of education. Without a proper education or degree, one may not land a job after an academic career of two decades. There should not be a short supply of educated manpower in India. Literacy rate has to be pushed beyond 80%. For this, emphasis is laid on higher education institutes; and generation of human resources has to be structured and streamlined.
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Name : Impact of Financial Leverage on Dividend in case of Private Indian Banks
Author : Dr. Manisha Goel, Ruchi Mangla
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With the privatization and entry of private banks in this sector, the banking scenario is changing. Banks are also under the pressure to pay dividend to their shareholders. In this scenario, it becomes very important to know if there is any difference in dividend paid by nationalised banks and private banks. In this study efforts have been made to find out the impact of financial leverage on dividend paid by private banks in India. This is a quantitative research in which the relationships have been developed in the form of statistical model. A co relational research design has been adopted to find out whether there exists any co-relation between dividend and financial leverage of private banks in India or not.
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Name : Exploring Consumers Intent to Download Mobile Application on Android vs. iOS Platforms in Saudi Arabia
Author : Adil Zia
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Saudi Arabia is an emerging intelligent region in Middle East with large number of smartdevice users. The utility and capability of smart devices such as smartphones and tablets are further enhanced by mobile applications. Amongst all different platforms, iOS and Android offer a huge number of applications to the users ranging from entertainment to productivity. Hence, the present research was directed towards investigating the intent of app download between iOS and Android users in Saudi Arabia. For the purpose, the researcher proposed a theoretical model including the constructs of utility, cost, risk and app installation.
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Name : Do Individual Equity Investors behave rationally: A Literature Review
Author : Dr. Bhavna Sharma, Ms. Sushila
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Standard finance, also known as Academic Finance, Modern Portfolio Theory, etc., evolved in the 1950s and early 1960s. Under this theory, investors were considered as fully rational decision making entities. But in 1957, Herbert Simon coined the term ‘Bounded Rationality’ and stated that human being are not fully rational in their decision making rather they are bounded by their abilities and available information.
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