November 2015
VOLUME : 3         ISSUE: 11
Table of contents
1 Title : ASSESSING INTEREST RATE RISK USING INCOME GAP ANALYSIS
Author Name : Dr. Ibrahim Elsiddig Ahmad & Dr.Suja Sarah Thomas
Abstract : In an ever-changing environment, banks are exposed to different types of risks such as market, operational and financial risks.

2 Title : THE EFFECT OF GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS ON SAUDI STOCK EXCHANGE PERFORMANCE
Author Name : Bashar Yaser Almansour
Abstract : The global financial crisis has been caused as a result of bursting of a speculative bubble in the US market in 2008, percolated to the other countries

3 Title : AN EMPIRICAL TEST OF PURCHASING POWER PARITY OF THE ALGERIAN EXCHANGE RATE: EVIDENCE FROM PANEL DYNAMIC
Author Name : Kamel Si Mohammed, Noreddine Chérif Touil & Samir MALIKI
Abstract : The goal of this study is to examine the validity of the long-run purchasing power parity (PPP) for a sample of nine principle trade partners of Algeria

4 Title : THE DETERMINANTS OF COMMON SHARE PRICES: NEW EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM KUWAIT
Author Name : Ahmad Mohammad Obeid Gharaibeh
Abstract : The main objective of this study is to identify the determinants of market share prices of companies listed in the Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) over the period 2008-2013

5 Title : QUALITY CULTURE IN NIGHT CENTERS AND BARS IN MÉXICO. PORT OF VERACRUZ CASE
Author Name : Dr.Carlos Mario Herrera-Blanca & Dr. José G. Vargas-Hernández
Abstract : The tourism sector has been increasingly booming recently, and the competition has been a topic widely discussed.

6 Title : RATIONAL CHOICES OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESSES, THEIR FINANCE METHODS, AND THE SMALL BUSINESS OWNER’S MORAL HAZARD PROBLEM
Author Name : Hiromi Fujimori
Abstract : This study explores the possibility of an efficient legal system. The corporate finance method was used more than once for 50.7% of the available small and medium-sized companies.

7 Title : EFFECT OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE ON PROFITABILITY OF FOOD AND BEVERAGE SECTORS IN SRI LANKA
Author Name : Achchi Mohamed InunJariya
Abstract : The optimal combinations of debt and equity capitals play a crucial role in achieving goal of investors of the firm, and it has become necessary for the firms to measure the impact

8 Title : COMPREHENSIVE ACCOUNT OF THE PHILOSOPHICAL UNDERPINNING OF DISTINCT RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES
Author Name : A.M. Inun Jariya
Abstract : This paper attempts to discuss how qualitative (intensive) and quantitative (extensive)research strategies differ by contrasting epistemological..

9 Title : CONSERVATION OF CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES THROUGH GREEN ENERGY IN MYSORE DISTRICT
Author Name : Dr. Savitha C
Abstract : Energy is an important component in the process of development, which is insufficient in the modern day world. This paper tries to analyze the consumption of conventional energy...

10 Title : ENTREPRENEURIAL MOTIVATION AND PERCEPTION ABOUT BUSINESS (A Case Study of select Retail Establishments in Visakhapatnam)
Author Name : Prof. D.M.Sheaba Rani & Nirujogi Jyothi
Abstract : Today, an entrepreneur is an innovator or developer who recognizes and seizes opportunities; converts those opportunities into workable/marketable ideas, adds value through time, effort, money

11 Title : TRADE UNIONS IN THE NEW ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT IN INDIA
Author Name : Almas Sultana
Abstract : Industrial relations in India are closely associated with trade unionism. Trade unionism is a rationale and united movement of working class which seeks to make improvement of the economic and social status

12 Title : INTER STATE DISPARITY IN GDP COMPOSITION
Author Name : Dr.I.Sundar
Abstract : Various sectors falling under the India GDP composition includes food processing, transportation equipment, petroleum

13 Title : INSURANCE INDUSTRY: PATH TOWARDS GLOBAL STANDARD
Author Name : Nikita Kumari
Abstract : International financial reporting standard (IFRS) has been practiced by more than 100 countries to ensure long term benefits perceived due to its homogeneity and standardization

14 Title : INFORMATION ACCESS AND USE PATTERN AMONG THE MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS OF CHENNAI CITY: A USER STUDY
Author Name : Sivakumar.P & Sadik Batcha.M
Abstract : Information access and use pattern is a major topic in LIS research. Research on information seeking and use by professionals has been applied

15 Title : INTER DISTRICT DISPARITY IN INCOME DISTRIBUTION IN TAMIL NADU
Author Name : Dr.I.Sundar
Abstract : GDP estimates are commonly used to measure the economic performance of a whole country or region, but can also measure the relative contribution of an industry sector.

16 Title : SOCIAL CAPITAL AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Author Name : K.Sivakumar & R.Gopalakrishnan
Abstract : There has been some debate over the precise definition and measure of social capital. Social capital can be defined as a variety of different entities

17 Title : SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT: ISSUES AND APPROCHES
Author Name : K.Sivakumar & R.Gopalakrishnan
Abstract : A sustainable business is any organization that participates in environmentally-friendly or green activities to ensure that all processes, products

18 Title : GOVERNMENT SCHEMES FOR WOMEN DEVELOPMENT IN MAHARASHTRA – A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY
Author Name : Ms. Anuradha Khade
Abstract : Naturally Men and Women are same but society has been divided to male and female on the basis of sex. Since an ancient age, in Indian society women always

19 Title : A STUDY ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMOTION MATURITY SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF X STUDENTS
Author Name : Ramdas Banoth
Abstract : Education is the process of development from infancy to maturity. It includes the influences of once vocation, home life, friendship, marriage, travel

20 Title : CHI-SQUARE – A TEST OF INDEPENDENCE
Author Name : Dr. Tinni Dutta
Abstract : The Chi-square test represents a useful method of comparing experimentally obtained results with those to be expected theoretically on some hypotheses

21 Title : A CRITICAL STUDY ON RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION WITH REFERENCE TO AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
Author Name : Kavita Girish Adsule
Abstract : In an environment of rapidly escalating competitive challenges, every company has to invest across the value chain to achieve world-class competitive capability

22 Title : GOLD WILL GLITTER MORE WITH GOLD BONDS
Author Name : Prof. P.Maheswari
Abstract : Gold is the second-biggest expense on its import bill after oil. Whether gold price hiked or not, demand for gold remains more or less the same

23 Title : PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF MERCHANT BANKING IN INDIA- A STUDY OF SBI CAPITAL MARKET LIMITED
Author Name : Dr. Waghamare Shivaji & Mr. Sandeep Kumar M
Abstract : Globalization of Indian Economy has made the whole economy open, which has more multinational player in the era of the financial services

24 Title : DIETs: AN INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE FOR IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF TEACHER EDUCATION
Author Name : Dr. G.Vidya Sagar Reddy & Dr. G. Vasudevaiah
Abstract : The DIET produce primary school teachers and they give primary education, which is the basis of education and whole edifice of education

25 Title : ENTREPRENEURIAL DYNAMICS AND PARADIGMS OF MSMEs- A THEORETICAL STUDY
Author Name : Sree Lakshmi K & Uma.T.G
Abstract : The MSME sector is perhaps the one which shall create a widespread impact on various other sectors. The entrepreneurs and young generation

26 Title : TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITIES IN ARAB GULF COUNTRIES: CASE OF BAHRAIN
Author Name : Dr. Mohamed Sayed Abou El-Seoud
Abstract : The study aims to measure the technological capability in Arab Gulf countries and particularly Bahrain during the period.

27 Title : THE SHIFT IN DEMOGRAPHIC BACKGROUND OF WOMEN EMPLOYEES AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR OCCUPATIONAL STRESS - A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN SELECTED MANUFACTURING AND SERVICE SECTORS
Author Name : Dr.T.Thirumaleswari
Abstract : Occupational stress is an indulging instrument at every work place.

28 Title : MIGRATION, REMITTANCE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN INDIA
Author Name : Prof. Halima Sadia Rizvi & Nisar M.P
Abstract : Foreign Remittances have a great role in the development of Indian economy especially since the early 1970’s and after economic reformation of 1991

29 Title : FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION – A CASE STUDY OF BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED
Author Name : Dr. B. Ravi Kumar
Abstract : The present paper is an attempt to enlighten the financial soundness of the public sector undertaking i.e. Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited

30 Title : CONSUMER ATTITUDE & BEHAVIOR TOWARDS INSTANT NOODLES ESPECIALLY MAGGI IN INDIA
Author Name : Dr. Bhanupriya Khatri
Abstract : The business of noodles has been mounting at an admirable speed. Due to fast cooking properties, instant noodles today have occupied an important position in almost every Indian kitchen

31 Title : BRANDING IS A DRIVE FOR CONSUMER’S PURCHASE INTENTION OF COSMETIC PRODUCTS– A CONCEPTUAL STUDY
Author Name : G.Madhumita & Dr.Vasantha
Abstract : In today scenario branding of cosmetics is a tedious tasks with various brands available in the market

32 Title : CURRENCIES AND CURRENCY WARS
Author Name : Dr V. Basil Hans
Abstract : The purpose of this paper is to examine the global currency wars of the day. Besides that, it explains the major currencies

33 Title : SCENARIO OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN INDIA
Author Name : Bhawna Rajput & Shweta
Abstract : Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is gaining more and more importance day by day.

34 Title : FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN INDIA: A KEY TO GROWTH
Author Name : Bhawna Rajput & Shweta
Abstract : Financial inclusion and financial literacy have been important policy goals for quite some time of our economy. Traditionally it has been understood to mean opening

35 Title : RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF HIGHER EDUCATION EXPENDITURE ON INCOME INEQUALITY: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS FROM MAJOR STATES OF RURAL INDIA
Author Name : Mr. Aniruddha Kayet & Prof. Debasish Mondal
Abstract : There are mainly two issues of this work. The first one of this study is to test whether public expenditures on education taken by both various state governments

36 Title : TRADE OFF BETWEEN URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: INDIAN JUDICIAL PERSPECTIVE
Author Name : Prof. Dr. S.N. Kulkarni
Abstract : Urban development has new dimensions in twenty first century. Population growth, expanding cities put pressure on natural resources and civic amenities

37 Title : RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA THROUGH BANKING: A STUDY OF GOVERNMENT SCHEMES
Author Name : Dr Teena Shivnani & Ms Mallika Ahuja
Abstract : RBI has been using the commercial banks as vehicles to launch a unique experiment in Rural Development. After nationalization the number of bank branches

38 Title : WAGE DIFFERENCES IN THE COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF NOIDA UTTAR PRADESH)
Author Name : Rahul
Abstract : The present study aims at identifying the wage differences in commercial construction sector by analysing the average earning of workers...

39 Title : IMPACT OF BANK FINANCE ON EMPLOYMENT AND INCOME THROUGH PIGGERY ENTERPRISE IN NAGALAND
Author Name : Mr. Likhase L. T. Sangtam & Dr. Amod Sharma
Abstract : A study on impact of bank finance on employment and income through piggery enterprise in Nagaland was conducted during 2009-11..

40 Title : CONFLICTS – ‘INEVITABLE REALITY IN TODAY’S COMPETITIVE BUSINESS WORLD’ (A Case Study of Jet Airways (I) Limited)
Author Name : Savita Shastri
Abstract : Change and up gradation have become the buzz word in the present world of business. Economy has changed from closed to open to web economy

41 Title : CHINDIA: THE EMERGING POWER
Author Name : Siddharth Singh
Abstract : The paper intends to analyze the combined strength of China and India in respect to other four countries/regions

42 Title : A STUDY ON REVENUE TREND OF THANJAVUR MUNICIPAL CORPORATION FROM 2009 TO 2014
Author Name : I.Menaga & Dr.C.Sunitha
Abstract : Government of Tamil Nadu last year announced for the upgrade of Thanjavur Special Grade Municipality to City Municipal Corporation of Thanjavur...

43 Title : THE DEMAND FOR MONETARY AGGREGATE M3 AND INFLATION FORECASTS IN JORDAN:EVIDENCE FROM CO INTEGRATION ANALYSIS
Author Name : Dr. Majeed Ali Hussain & Dr.Afaf Abdull J. Saaed
Abstract : The main purpose of this study is to show how monetary policy can use monetary aggregate s as reliable information using annual data for the period 1975- 2010


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