Pacific B usiness R eview I nternational

A Refereed Monthly International Journal of Management Indexed With Web of Science(ESCI)
ISSN: 0974-438X
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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)

Dr. Asha Galundia
(Circulation Manager)

Editorial Team

A Refereed Monthly International Journal of Management
December 2021



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Name : Covid Impact on IPO in SME Platforms in India: Before and After the Lock Down
Author : Dr. P. Roopa ,P. Nishitha
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Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) are very important for the economic development of a country through their contribution in business innovations and generating employment. They play a crucial role in the economic development of any country. Onslaught of COVID 19 has brought misery to many sectors more so in the case of small and medium enterprises. MSME sector had to face lot of problems like difficulty in procurement of raw materials, reduction in production, difficulty in delivery of finished products and absence of employees on account of movement restrictions.
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Name : A Study to Create Secure E-Healthcare Framework using Blockchain Technology: A Case of Tertiary Hospitals of Punjab
Author : Prikshat Kumar Angra,Pritpal Singh
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Blockchain technology enables a decentralized and distributed state without the need for a central authority. Because of the use of cryptographic standards, exchanges are still reliable and dependable. Blockchain technology has recently become popular and has made inroads into a variety of industries, owing to the popularity of cryptographic forms of currency.
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Name : Banks Analysis for Marketing Its Products and Services through Promotional Mobile Messages
Author : Dr. Ritika Malik,Dr. Nimit Gupta
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SMS banking is a part of mobile banking where some banks or other financial institutions used messages to communicate with their customers. In this bank sends mobile messages to provide them banking services. As we know that now we can see mobile phones in the hands of everyone and if we compare mobile messages and emails it is observed that email takes few minutes to receive on other end but mobile messages are received instantly.
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Name : Analysis of Leverage and Profitability of Indian Cement Industry
Author : Ranjit Kumar Paswan
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The concept of leverage is an imperative part of financial management as it helps in setting the structure for the financial decisions of an organization. It also helps in deciding the optimal amount of external and internal funds in capital structure, so that cost of capital can be reduced. Financial leverage denotes to the aggregate of obligation in a company's capital structure. The aim of present paper is to probe empirically the connection between leverage and profitability of Indian Cement industry.
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Name : Impact of Supply Chain Management and Inventory Management on the Financial Performance of the Firms: An Analytical Review
Author : Sourabh Sharma,Amit Dutt
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Supply chain management is an integral part of any organization and has a direct impact on the financial performance of the firms. This review paper analyses the results and findings of the research papers written and witnessed by the authors on the related topics of supply chain management and its impact on the financial performance of the firms. The author has drawn many factors those are key to the said relationship.
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Name : Covid -19 and Performance of Housing Finance Companies in India
Author : Dr. P. Hanumantha Rao
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Coronavirus pandemic has hit over millions of people around the world and definitely not the first epidemic the world is witnessing. In fact, the world has seen at least five such epidemics, namely, SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome), Avian Influenza, Swine Flu, Ebola and Zika in last one decade or so. All of these had a cascading effect on the global as well as domestic share markets.
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Name : Consumer Motivations for Boycott
Author : Dr. Satya Prakash Pandey,Yusairah Ahmad,Dr. Abhishek Gautam
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Boycotts are expected as quick-time period warning signs to commercial enterprise to enhance performance, proving step by step long term implications. Yet there is confined quantity of research in consumer boycotts and in particular at the outcomes of motivational factors leading to boycotts. Although the increase in consumer boycotts, advertising has paid very little interest to consumer boycott motivations. While boycotts are more and more applicable for control selectionmaking, there were little studies on consumer motivation to boycott. When something negative to consumer's ideas occurs
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Name : Motivating Factors beyond Legal Obligation: The Practice of Corporate Social Responsibility in the Transport Sector in Uganda
Author : Aitaa Sam Kilimvi,Dr. Abhishek Tripathi
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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a business practice that benefits society. The modern CSR is premised on Carroll's pyramid of CSR developed in 1996. CSR implementation presents fears and challenges to companies, especially in developing economies. While many countries have legalized CSR practices globally, Uganda has not legalized CSR practices.
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Name : Socio-Economic and Motivational Factors affecting Women Entrepreneurs in Gautam Buddha Nagar, U.P
Author : Dr. Preeti Sharma
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Purpose- In the light of Indian Women's tremendous potential to drive socio-economic development in the country, the current study focuses to study different socio-economic and motivational factors for women to become entrepreneurs. Design/ Methodology/Approach- To explore these factors primary data collected through a self-constructed questionnaire (the responses from actual and potential entrepreneurs in Gautam Budhha Nagar district) was tested using actor analysis (Principal Components Analysis)
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Name : Internationalisation of Higher Education in India through Technology Transfer
Author : Teena Mertiya,Dr. Krishn A. Goyal
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From ancient times, India has been touted as a global study venue that offers high-quality education at a low cost. However, this trend has declined over the years. Thus, the study aims to discuss the present Indian Higher Education environment in light of the covid-19 pandemic. Attempt to explore if there are any opportunities for Indian higher education to expand worldwide and capitalize from contemporary technological advancements. According to the research findings, international academic institutions must be encouraged to operate in India. Likewise, Indian academic institutions should also partner with industries to encourage technology transfer both at the national and international levels. Therefore, a regulatory mechanism should be put into effect to facilitate such entrance and assist India in reclaiming its status as a Viswa Guru.
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Name : Investment Decisions in the light of COVID-19: The Individuals' Viewpoint
Author : Dr. Ashok Kumar Gupta,Dr. Meenu Maheshwari,Pragya Gaur (Corresponding Author)
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Investments play a crucial role for the individuals seeking to augment their income or secure their existing funds for the long-term benefit. Although, the situation of crisis may turn the table around and can affect investment plans further. The purpose of this study is to know the perception of the ordinary individuals on their investment plans and the core factors affecting their decision due to COVID-19 pandemic. The study has been conducted by a way of questionnaire filled by the individuals working in different sectors along with the retired and homemakers.
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Name : Determinants of Social Performance of MFIs in Vietnam
Author : Dao Hung Van,Ngoc Bich Nguyen,Minh Duong Ngo,Van Thi Nguyen
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Microfinance institution is known as a financial firm whose main task is to improve the life quality of lowincome populations by providing access to financial and support services. Therefore, performance of MFI, especially social performance has become an important topic. However, the number of researches in this field in general and in Vietnam in particular has been limited. As a result of that, this paper looks at social performance of MFIs in Vietnam over a period of seven years (2012 – 2018).
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