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Department of  MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



List of publication

Departmental Publications:

1. Khan, G,S. & Baksi, A. (Ed.)(2021) Innovative Management Practices, Allied Publishers & Aliah University Publication, Kolkata,(ISBN 978-93- 90951-08-6)

2. Baksi, A, et al., (Ed.) (2019), Frontiers in Management Research, Allied Publishers & Aliah University Publication, Kolkata, India (ISBN 978-93-87997-66-0)

3. Baksi, A, et al., (Ed.) (2018), Exploring New Horizons in Management & Business Practices, Aliah University Publication, Kolkata, India (ISBN 9789384099299)

Dr. Kaushik Kundu

Books Published

1.Human Resource Management (ISBN: 978-81-921653-1-8)

2. Production & Operations Management (ISBN: 978-81-921653-2-5)

Both  the books have been published by Aryan Publisher, Kolkata

Book chapter contribution

1. A study in the role of sustainable development approach in the prevention and mitigation of disaster: a holistic approach, Strategic Resource Management and Sustainable Development, Shree Publication, New Delhi, 2009

2. Microfinance and Role of Societal Culture – A Combined Effect on Women Empowerment in India, Microfinance & Financial Inclusion in Developing Economies SPS Publication, Kolkata, 2012

3. Perspectives of green marketing in India and the awareness among the stakeholders: A study, Emerging Marketing Paradigms Excel Publication, New Delhi, 2012

4. Analysis of Capability- Maturity Model as a Process and its Application in the Human Resource Management of Manufacturing Industries, Contemporary Technological, Social and Management Issues – Theoretical and Conceptual Perspectives  SPS Publication, Kolkata, 2013

5. Emerging Trends of Green Marketing in India in the Context of Global Scenario, Integrated Environmental Pollution Control Framework and Strategies: A Collection of Essays and cases

University of Calcutta, Kolkata, 2013

6. Analysis of human resource in India over last three decades in the perspective of society, inequality and povertyStrategic Business Infrastructure Development and Contemporary Issues in Finance IGI Global, Dallas, 2014

7. Human Development in India: an Analytical Study in the Perspective of a Developing Economy, Business of being in Business: New Perspectives Excel Books, New Delhi, 2014

Journal Papers Published

 

1. Sarkar, D. N., & Kundu, K. (2016). The economic and social importance of unorganized retailers in rural India. Journal of Rural Studies (Elsevier), 43(Feb), 159-162. JIF (Thompson Reuters): 2.8.

2. Sarkar, D. N., & Kundu, K. (2017). The effect of embeddedness on purchase behaviour of rural unorganized retailers: Implications for transnational corporations in developing economies. Transnational Corporations Review (Taylor & Francis), DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/19186444.2017.1362859.

3. Sarkar, D. N., Kundu, K., & Mazumdar, S. (2018). Socio-economic profile of shopkeepers in embedded markets: Social and cultural perspectives from a hundred years of Bengali literary works. Cultural & Social History (Taylor & Francis), 15(3), In Print.

4. Sarkar, D. N., Kundu, K., & Roy Chaudhuri, H. (2016a). Conceptual expansion of the discipline of rural marketing: An objective analysis. Vision (SAGE), 20(3), 169-183.

5. Sarkar, D. N., Kundu, K., & Roy Chaudhuri, H. (2016b). Constructing a conceptual model of purchase behaviour of village shopkeepers – a study of small rural retailers in Eastern India. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services (Elsevier), 28(Jan), 1-16. JIF (Thompson Reuters): 1.78.

6. Sarkar, D. N., Kundu, K., & Roy Chaudhuri, H. (2016c). Purchase preference factors for traditional rural retailers: A cross-sectional conceptual study. VIKALPA - The Journal for Decision Makers (SAGE), 41(1), 9–27.

7. Sarkar, D. N., Kundu, K., & Roy Chaudhuri, H. (2016d). Developing a conceptual model of small independent retailers in developing economies: The roles of embeddedness and subsistence markets. AMS Review (Springer), 6(1-2), 1-20.

8. Sarkar, D. N., & Kundu, K. (2017). Developing a “theoretical toolbox” for the concept of consumerism. Aweshkar, 23(2), 45-66.

9. Sarkar, D. N., & Kundu, K. (2018). Practitioners’ Perspectives on Shopkeepers’ Purchase Behaviour: A Study of Rural Markets. Abhigyan, 36(1), In Print.

 

Dr. Parveen Ahmed Alam

Journal Papers Published

1. Banerji, J, Kundu, K. & Alam, P.A. (2020). “Influence of Behavioral Biases on Investment Behavior”. SCMS Journal of Indian Management XVII (1), pp. 81-98. (ISSN 0973 – 3167 in UGC Care A List)

2. Chakraborty, R. & Alam, P.A.  (2017). “Key Drivers of Talent Management for Creating and Sustaining High Levels of Employee  Engagement: A Critical Study” Kindler  XVII(2), (ISSN: 0973-0486) Impact Factor  4.875; UGC Journal No.   42831

3. Alam, P.A.  (2017).  “Linkage between Performance Management System & Human Resource Development”. International Research Journal of Human Resources & Social Science (IRJHRSS), 4(10). (ISSN: print- 2394-4218; online- 2349-4085). Impact Factor  5.414; UGC Journal No. 49194

4. Alam, P.A.  (2017).  “Measuring Organisational Effectiveness through Performance Management System &Mckinsey’s 7 S Model”. Asian Journal of Management, 8(4). (ISSN: print- 0976-495X; online- 2321-5763).UGC Journal No. 8795

5. Anand, S. & Alam, P.A.  (2017).A Study of Labour Reforms in the Context of Globalisation – A Critical Appraisal”. Kaav International Journal of Economics, Commerce & Business Management, 4(1). (ISSN: 2348 – 4969).

6. Anand, S. & Alam, P.A.  (2015). Impact of Social Security Measures in Unorganized Sector. International Journal of Management, IT & Engineering (IJMIE) (ISSN: 2249-0558) Impact Factor  5.299  UGC Journal No. 48064    

7. Anand, S. & Alam, P.A. (2015). Impact of Contract Labour in Manufacturing Industries in West Bengal. KindlerXV(1) (ISSN: 0973-0486)Impact Factor  4.325 UGC Journal No.   42831

8. Alam, P.A. & Banerjea, S. (January-July, 2012 & 2013; published September 2015). Performance Management System: A Conceptual Framework, Business Studies, XXXIII & XXXIV ( 1 & 2); / (pp.1-10) (ISSN: 0970-9657) UGCJournal No. 47201

9. Basu, P., Chowdhury, S.  & Alam, P.A. (2015). A Model-Based Approach of Flexibility and its Impact on Organization and Employee Welfare in Lean Environment, Decision Official Journal of Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Springer Publication 42(3),pp. 269-277 Impact Factor 0.7658(ISSN 0304-0941; DOI 10.1007/s40622 -015-0098-9);   UGCJournal No.  43347

10. Alam, P.A. & Mishra, D. (2015). Identifying Critical Training Needs from Performance Appraisal Ratings, International Journal of Research in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management  (Print ISSN:2320-8716; Online ISSN: 2320-8724). Impact Factor  1.527  

11. Alam, P.A. & Ray, S. (2014). A Study on the Effectiveness of Performance Appraisal Ratings, Survey, 53(3 & 4) July-Dec 2013 and 54(1 & 2), Jan--Jun 2014, pp. 76-88  (ISSN: 0586-0008)

12. Alam, P.A. & Mukherjee, J. (2013). HR Policies and Practices: The Reality – A Case Study, International Journal of Advanced Research in Management and Social Sciences; 2(1) pp. 136-150   (ISSN: 2278-6236)        

13. Basu, P. & Ahmed, P. (2011). The Employee Perspective in Lean Environment, Drishtikon: A Management Journal of  Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, 3(1), pp. 3-18  [ISSN: 0975-7422 (Print); 0975-7848 (Online)]

14. Ahmed, P. & Kaushik, M. D. (2011).  Career Planning – An Imperative for Employee Performance Management System; International Journal of Business Insights and Transformation,4 (2), pp.   102-109 (ISSN: 0974-5874)   UGC Journal No.44002

15. Ahmed, P. & Bhattacharya, D. (2011). Competency-Based Succession Planning: An Emerging  Tool In HRM; Survey; 51(1&2), pp. 105-124     (ISSN: 0586-0008)

16. Alam, P.A. & Kaushik, M. D.(2008). Performance Management System: From JD to KRAs & KPIs - The Balanced ScoreCard Way; Personnel Today; XXIX(3), pp. 32-43    (ISSN: 0970-8504)

17. Sanyal, S. & Alam, P.A. (2008). Employee Counselling: Performance Management Perspectives; Personnel Today; XXIX (1), pp. 23-30   (ISSN: 0970-8504)

18. Alam, P.A. (2005). The Campus Placement Dilemma – A Case Study, Discussion on the Questions Raised; Case Study Section; Kindler, V(2), pp. 89-90 (ISSN: 0973-0486)  UGC Journal No.   42831

19. Alam, P.A. (2005). The Campus Placement Dilemma – A Case Study; Case Study Section; Kindler, V (1), pp. 85-87    (ISSN: 0973-0486)  UGC Journal No.   42831

(b) CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Chakraborty, R. & Alam, P.A.  (2018). “Key Drivers of Talent Management for Sustaining High Levels of Employee Retention: A Critical Study”. Conference Proceedings of Bhavishya - International Conference on Management, Healthcare and Media, 2018; “Strategic Management and Leadership Styles: Paradigm Shifts”, Future Institute of Engineering and Management, Kolkata, April 27 – 28, 2018 in Bhavishya-ICMHM, 2018; pp 338-351 (ISBN 978-93-5346-401-1).

(c) CHAPTER IN A BOOK /EDITED VOLUME

1. Tripathy (Satpathy), S., Singh Ghosh, P.& Alam, P.A. (2019);Mental Well-Being and Stress of Women Security Forces, In A.K. Baksi, K. Kundu& P.A. Alam (Eds) Frontiers in Management Research(pp123-133), Kolkata,India:Allied Publishers, (ISBN 978-93-87997-66-0)

2. Banerji, J. & Alam, P.A. (2019);Prevalent Behavioral Biases and their Prospective Relationship with the Personality Traits, In A.K. Baksi, K. Kundu& P.A. Alam (Eds) Frontiers in Management Research(pp134-148), Kolkata,India:Allied Publishers, (ISBN 978-93-87997-66-0)

3. Alam, P.A. (2018);The Linkage between Management Performance System and Compensation, Reward & Recognition, Exploring New Horizons in Management & Business Practices, Aliah University Publication, Kolkata, pp 67-76 (ISBN 9789384099299)

4. Alam, P.A.,  Tripathy (Satpathy), S. & Singh Ghosh, P.  (2018); Work-Life Balance & Burnout of Women Security Forcesin Work-Life Balance of Women Employees, GRABS Educational Charitable Trust, Chennai, pp 1-10

5. Alam, P.A. (2015); Reward and Recognition in Indian Industry inEmerging Dimensions of Human Resource Management, Research India Publications, Delhi, pp 93-104

(d)   EDITOR

1. Frontiers in Management Research (Edited Volume), Allied Publishers & Aliah University Publication,, Kolkata, India (ISBN 978-93-87997-66-0)

2. Exploring New Horizons in Management & Business Practices (Edited Volume), Aliah University Publication, Kolkata (ISBN 9789384099299)

3. Conference Proceedings, International Conference on Management and Business Practices - (ICMBP) 2018; Emerging Trends in Management Research at Aliah University,  Aliah University Publication, Kolkata (ISBN 9789384099305)

4. Conference Proceedings, International Conference on Management and Business Practices - (ICMBP) 2017; Millennium Management Paradigm and Contemporary Business Practices at Aliah University, Aliah University Publication, Kolkata (ISBN 9789383463305)

5. Special Conference Volume, Kindler XV(1) (ISSN: 0973-0486), National Conference on Skilling for Tomorrow, Army Institute of Management Kolkata, November 21, 2015; UGC Journal No.   42831

6. Kindler, the Journal of Army Institute of Management Kolkata (January, 2007- January, 2016); ISSN: 0973-0486)  UGC Journal No.   42831

7. Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Kindler, the Journal of Army Institute of Management Kolkata (April, 2018); ISSN: 0973-0486)  UGC Journal No.   42831

8. Reviewer of papers submitted to The International Journal of Human Resource Management, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group

(e)  BOOK REVIEWS

1. Manuscript Review of  Chapters titled; Concepts, Scope and Principles of Business Communication, Communication in an Organization and Non Verbal Communication respectively for a  book on “Business Communication” to be published by Pearson Education.

2. Alam, P.A. (2013), Book Review: Case Studies in Human Resource Management; Dr R K Suri & Dr S L Gupta; Pentagon Press; Kindler, XIII (1 & 2)

3. Alam, P.A. (2008), Book Review: Employee Training & Development; Raymond A Noe; Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., Kindler, VIII (2),  pp.97-99

4. Alam, P.A. (2006), Book Review: Speaking and Writing for Effective Business Communication; Francis Soundararaj; Kindler, VI (2), pp. 79-81 

 

PS:   All publications post Ph.D registration till award of Degree are in the maiden name Parveen  Ahmed (Ahmed, P.)and the  rest are as Parveen Ahmed Alam (Alam, P.A.).

 

Dr. Arup Kumar Baksi 

Journal Papers Published

1.Baksi, A. K. (2015), Craftourism: Mediating emotional-bonding with destination and destination loyalty, accepted bySpringer - Asia-Pacific Journal of Innovation in Hospitality and Tourism (APJIHT), Taylor’s University, Malaysia, (ISSN: 2289 -1471) Vol.4, Issue.2, pp.                                              

2.Baksi, A. K. & Parida, B. B. (2013), Impact of green marketing on perceived image and behavioural intentions of consumers: Empirical evidence from restaurant practices, , TOURISMOS, Interdepartmental Program of Postgraduate Studies in Tourism Planning, Policy & Management of the University of the Aegean, Greece [ISSN:1790-8418 (print), ISSN: 1792-6521 (online), Vol.8, Issue 2, pp. 233-258.        

3.Baksi, A. K. (2013), Moderating impact of Tourism Relationship Management dimensions on tourism service quality, tourist satisfaction and destination loyalty, Decision Science Letters, Growing Science, Ontario, Canada  (ISSN: 1923-9343 (online), ISSN: 1923-9335 (print), Vol.3, No.2, pp.169-186. doi: 10.5267/j.dsl.2013.11.005

4.Baksi, A. K., Parida, B. B. and Khawash, N. K. (2013), An empirical study to assess moderating impact of CRM dimensions on service quality perception-tourist satisfaction-destination loyalty link, Journal of Hospitality Application and Research, BIT Mesra, [ISSN: 0973-4538], Vol.8, No.1, pp.-3-28.

5.Baksi, A. K. (2013), Examining the moderating effects of CRM on retail atmospherics-shopping behavior link, Uncertain Supply Chain Management, Growing Science, Ontario, Canada (ISSN 2291-6830 (Online) - ISSN 2291-6822 (Print), Vol.1 , No.3, pp.115-132.

6.Baksi, A. K. (2016), Destination bonding: Hybrid cognition using Instagram, Management Science Letters, Growing Science, Ontario, Canada,  (ISSN: 1923-9343 (online), ISSN: 1923-9335 (print), Vol.6, Issue-1, pp. 31-46, doi: 10.5267/j.msl.2015.12.001

7.Baksi, A. K. & Parida, B. B. (2013), Measuring moderating effects of service recovery and CRM on consumer trust, repatronization and advocacy with distributive variation of the same across recovery zone-of-tolerance (RZOT), NMIMS Management Review, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai, India, (ISSN: 0971-1023)Volume XXIII, April-May, 2013, pp.9-32.

8.Baksi, A. K. & Parida, B. B. (2013), Exploring the moderating effects of relationship inertia and switching cost on CRM performance-customer satisfaction-retention link: Empirical evidence from Indian banking industry, Abhigyan, Journal of Fore School of Management, New Delhi, Vol.30, No.4, 2013 (ISSN: 0970-2385), pp. 13-28.

9.Baksi, A. K. & Parida, B. B. (2012), Exploring the moderating effects of relationship inertia and switching cost on automated service quality-customer satisfaction-retention link in a CRM ecosystem: Empirical evidence from Indian banking industry, Paradigm, Journal of IMT Ghaziabad, (ISSN:0971-8907), Vol XVI, No.1, pp.51-69.

10.Baksi, A.K. (2015), An empirical study to assess moderating impact of customer-relationship dimensions on service quality perception-tourist satisfaction-destination loyalty link, Singapore Management Journal, East Asia institute of Management, Singapore [ISSN: 2251-239X], Vol. 3, No.2,pp.7-42.                                                                        

11.Baksi, A. K. (2014), Development and validation of Tourism Relationship Management (TRM) framework and assessing its impact on tourism service quality, tourist satisfaction and destination loyalty, Journal of Tourism, Centre for Mountain Tourism and Hospitality Studies (CMTHS), HNB Garhwal Central University, Srinagar, India, Vol. 14, no.2, pp.1-21 (ISSN: 0972-7310)

12.Baksi, A. K. (2014), Destination and Purpose Denominations in Developing Tourist Relationship Management (TRM) Framework, Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies, Gazi University, Faculty of Tourism, Department of Gastronomy and Culinary Arts 06830 Gölbaşı / Ankara, TURKEY (ISSN: 0973-3167), Vol. 1, No.4, pp. 48-57.

13.Baksi, A. K. (2014), Exploring the relationship between entrepreneurship, innovation and economic progress: A case of India with evidences from GEM data and World Bank enterprise, Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management, (ISSN: 2277-6850), Vol. 3, No.1, pp.1-10.

14.Baksi, A. K. (2013), Moderating Impact of Perceived Tourist Effectiveness and Green Image on Green Dining Practices-Behavioural Manifestation Link: Empirical evidences from Sikkim, Springer -Asia-Pacific Journal of Innovation in Hospitality and Tourism (APJIHT), Taylor’s University, Malaysia, (ISSN: 2289 -1471) [Impact factor-2.01], Vol.2, Issue-2, pp. 1-26.

15.Baksi, A. K. & Parida, B. B. (2012), A proposed model for sustainable high-performing organizations, Growth (ISSN: 2249-6394) of Steel Authority of India Ltd, Vol.40, No.1, pp.1-9.

16.Baksi, A. K. (2012), Service quality and its behavioural consequences in CRM environment: A structural loop equation modeling and causal loop diagramming approach, Management Science Letters, Growing Science, Ontario, Canada  (ISSN: 1923-9343 (online), ISSN: 1923-9335 (print), Vol.-2, No.4, pp.1239-1258, doi: 10.5267/j.msl.2012.02.013.

17.Baksi, A. K. & Parida, B. B. (2011), Service quality and switching behaviours of customers, Management Science Letters, Growing Science, Ontario, Canada,  (ISSN: 1923-9343 (online), ISSN: 1923-9335 (print), Vol.-1, No.4, pp.405-414, doi: 10.5267ij.msl.2011.06.014

18.Baksi, A.K. (2015), An empirical study to assess moderating impact of customer-relationship dimensions on service quality perception-tourist satisfaction-destination loyalty link, Singapore Management Journal, East Asia institute of Management, Singapore [ISSN: 2251-239X], Vol. 3, No.2, pp. 7-42.

19.Baksi, A.K. (2014), Moderating impact of recovery-zone-of-tolerance on perceived service recovery-tolerance adequacy gap-perceived recovery impact link, Singapore Management Journal, East Asia institute of Management, Singapore (ISSN: 2251-239X), Vol.3, No.1, pp.56-89.

20.Baksi, A. K. (2014), Identifying relationship dimensions for tourism, SCMS Journal of Indian Management, SCMS, Cochin, (ISSN: 0973-3167) in Vol. 11, No.1 (January-March, 2014), pp. 81-95.

Book chapter contribution

1.Baksi, A. K. (2016). Perspectives on service quality enhancement through Customer Relations. Scholars’ Press, Germany, ISBN-13: 978-3-659-84458-4, ISBN-10: 3659844586, EAN: 9783659844584.

2. Baksi, A. K. & Khawash, N. (2014), Intervening effects of Recovery Zone-of-Tolerance on service recovery-tolerance adequacy gap-service recovery impact link, 1st International Conference On “Challenges In Management& Information Technology”(CMIT-2014)  at Bengal College Of Engineering and Technology (Durgapur) in association with NIT, Durgapur, Allied Publisher Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, (ISBN: 978-81-8424-900-2), pp. 17-24.

3. Baksi, A. K. & Parida, B. B. (2012), An empirical study to link CRM initiatives with service quality perception, tourist satisfaction and destination loyalty: A CRM indexing and structural equation modeling approach in UGC-SAP National Seminar on Managing Tourism Business for Sustainable Competitive Advantage organized by Department of Tourism Studies, School of Management, Pondicherry University on 23rd and 24th March, 2012 , Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai, (ISBN: 978-93-5097-372-1), pp.-279-300.

4. Baksi, A. K. (2013), Empirical modeling and mediating effects of recovery-zone-of tolerance (RZOT) on consumer trust,repatronization and advocacy in 7th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communication Technologies (ICACCT™-2013) in association with INDERSCIENCE Publishers, UK, IETE and Technically Co-sponsored by Computer Society Chapter IEEE, Delhi Section at Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology SD India, Panipat (Haryana), Excellent Publishing House, New Delhi, (ISBN: 978-93-83083-38-1), pp.264-268.

5. Baksi, A. K. & Khawash, N. (2014), Structural Relationship between Destination Image, Tourist Satisfaction and Destination Loyalty: Model development,  National Conference on Recent Advances in Mathematics, Engineering and Management (RAMEM-2014), organised by Bengal Institute of Technology & Management, Santiniketan and sponsored by AICTE-IIPC, BITM, Santiniketan on 22nd and 23rd March, 2014, (ISBN: 978-93-83303-58-8), pp. 260-266.

6. Baksi, A. K. & Parida, B. B. (2012), Process and dimensional measurement and impact of Customer Relationship Management on service quality using structural equation modeling: An empirical investigation in Peter F. Drucker memorial 4th National Conference on ‘Opportunities & Challenges of Contemporary and Innovative Management Practices’, organised by Siliguri Institute of Technology, Siliguri, West Bengal on 5th and 6th October, 2012 published in Idealogue@SIT2k12 (ISBN: 978-81924140-3-4), pp. 270-297.

Dr. (CA) Ayan Majumdar

Journal Papers Published

1. Majumdar, A. (2013). Clubbing of Income as a Tax Planning Tool: A Review. DBM Social Science Reporter, , 1 (1), 80-83.

2. Majumdar, A. (2017). Empirical Modeling of Corporate Dividend Policy: A Study on Nifty 50 Companies. Asian Journal of Management , 8 (3), 718-722.

3. Majumdar, A. (2008, April). Foreign Currency Translation vis-à-vis Cash Flow Statement. The Management Accountant , 232-235.

4. Majumdar, A. (2016). Validity of Lintner’s Model in Indian FMCG Sector: An Empirical Analysis. Indian Journal of Applied Research , 6 (10), 33-35.

5. Majumdar, A., & Majumdar, D. (2012, July). Investment Allowance Reserve & Block of Assets: A Critical Look. The Management Accountant , 844-849.

6. Majumdar, A., & Majumdar, D. (2008, September). Judgment and Indian Accounting Standards. The Management Accountant , 682-686.

7. Majumdar, A., & Majumdar, D. (2016, April). Regimentation or Free Play. The Management Accountant , 58-61.

8. Majumdar, A., & Saha, A. (2018). Influence of Macroeconomic Variables on Stock Market Volatility: A study on Nifty. Asian Journal of Management , 9 (1), 440-444.

9. Majumdar, A., & Sur, D. (2017). Influence of Company Specific Components on Dividend Payout Trends in Study of Tata Steel Limited: An Empirical Assessment. Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce , VIII (2(9)), 23-28.

10. Sur, D., & Majumdar, A. (2013, May). Dividend Payout Trends in Select Indian Companies: An Empirical Analysis. Management Accountant , 569-578.

11. Sur, D., & Majumdar, A. (2012). Dividend Policy of Indian Corporate Sector: A Study of Select Companies during the Post-liberalisation Regime. Asia Pacific Journal of Management Research and Innovation, , 8 (2), 173-191.

Book Published

1. Majumdar, A. (2014). Dividend Payout Trends in Indian Corporate Sector: A Study of the Post Liberalisation Era. Scholar’s Press, OmniScriptum GmbH & Co. KG, Germany.

Book chapter contribution

1. Majumdar, A. (2015). Interest and Operating Cash Flow. In Business Innovations (pp. 89-95). Research Indian Publications.


Gholam Syedain Khan

Journal Papers Published

1.Bhattacharyya, S., Khan, G. S., Kundu, A., Saha, M. (2017). Global Financial Crisis, Foreign Portfolio Investment and Volatility: Impact Analysis on Select Southeast Asian Markets, Finance India, 31(4), 1191-1210.

2. Khan, G. S., Saha. M., (2017). Monetary variables and stock market returns - the Indian Experience, Research Bulletin, 43(1), Institute of Cost Accountants of India, 135-154.

3. Khan, G. S. (2017). Inflation, Interest rates and the Indian Stock Market – An Econometric Analysis. Contemporary Issues in Accounting and Finance (pp. 196-218). Umeschandra College Publication.

4. Khan, G. S., Chattaraj, T. (2017). Artificial Intelligence: The future of fund management; A study with special reference to Nomura’s Simplex Equity Futures Strategy Fund. In A. Baksi, P. A. Alam, & K. Kundu (Eds.), Exploring New Horizons in Management and Business Practices (pp. 249-256). Kolkata, India: Aliah University Publication.

5. Khan, G. S. (2017). Emergence of Ambush Marketing and its present scenario in India – An Overview. In A. Baksi, P. A. Alam, & K. Kundu (Eds.), Exploring New Horizons in Management and Business Practices (pp. 189-200). Kolkata, India: Aliah University Publication.

6. Bhattacharyya, S., Khan, G. S., Kundu, A., Saha, M. (2016). Global Financial Crisis, Foreign Portfolio Investment and Volatility– A comparative Impact Analysis on Indonesia and India, SIT Journal of Management, 3(1), Pp.1-16

7. Khan, G. S. (2015). Private Placements in the Indian Capital Market – with reference to the Companies Act, 2013, Research Bulletin, 41(1), Institute of Cost Accountants of India, Pp237-246.

8. Khan, G. S. (2014). Dynamic Interactions between Commodity Market and Capital Market – Evidence from India. ASA University Review, 8(1). ASA University Publications, Pp29-45.

9. Khan, G. S. (2014). Target Costing and Competitive Advantage –. The Management Accountants, Institute of Cost Accountants of India, Pp74–82.

10.Khan, G. S., & Mitra, P. (2014). Foreign Direct Investment Inflows in Pre & Post Liberalization Period: An Empirical Analysis in the Context of India. United States of America Research Journal, 4(4), Pp.26-33.

11. Khan, G. S., & Mitra, P. (2014). A Causal Linkage between FDI Inflows with Select Macroeconomic Variables in India – An Econometric Analysis. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance, 5(5), IOSR Journals, Pp.124-133.

12. Mitra, P., & Khan, G. S. (2014). Twin Deficits Hypothesis : An Empirical Analysis in the Context of India. International Journal of Commerce & Business Studies, 2(2), Pp.10–23.

13. Khan, G. S., Mitra, P., Sen, P. (2014). Impact of Foreign Direct Investment in Economic Growth – Empirical Evidence from India. Changing Scenario in Indian Business Environment, (Pp. 178-190). NSOU Publication

14. Khan, G. S. (2014). A Study of Exchange Rate Movement and Stock Market Returns: Evidence From Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). Advances in Theoretical and Empirical Economics with Application to India, (pp. 196-218). BRSC Publication.

15. Mitra, P., & Khan, G. S. (2015). Indian Banking System: A Critical Evaluation of its Performance in Spreading Financial Inclusiveness. United States of America Research Journal (USARJ), 5(1), USARJ Publishing 39-48.

16. Mitra, P., & Khan, G. S. (2014). Impact of Trade Openness , FDI Inflows and Total Exports on Economic Growth of India : An Econometric Approach. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance, 4(5), Pp.60–68.

17. Mitra, P., & Khan, G. S. (2014). An Analysis of Day-of-the-Week and Intraday Effects in the Indian Stock Market: Evidence from National Stock Exchange. Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business Research, Academic Journals, 3(3), Pp.115-127.

18. Khan, G. S. (2013). A Causal Linkage Between Economic Indicators and Stock Market Returns – Evidence from National Stock Exchange, Research Bulletin, 38, Institute of Cost Accountants of India, Pp.56-68.

 Dr. Samiran Sur

Journal Papers Published

1. Sur, S., & Ahmed, S.  (2021). Change in the uses pattern of digital banking services by Indian rural MSMEs during demonetization and Covid-19 pandemic-related restrictions, Vilakshan-XIMB Journal of Management, DOI 10.1108/XJM-09-2020-0138. 

2. Sur, S., & Ahmed, S.  (2021). Effects of Demonetization, GST & Covid-19 Pandemic in the Adoption of Digitalization by Rural MSMEs in India, NMIMS Management Review, Vol 29(3), 32-58,http://doi.org/10.53908/nmmr.290302 

3. Sur, S., & Ahmed, S.  (2021). Indian Rural MSMEs and their perception towards innovation and creativity in uplifting their business, Acta Universitatis Bohemiae Meridionalis, Vol 24 (3), 119-134, DOI 10.32725/acta.2021.016.

4. Sur, S. (2018). Theoretical Review of Growth of E-Commerce in India and the Relevance of E-Commerce in Future Business Sustainability, Abhigyan, 36 (3), 41-50.

5. Sur, S., & Ahmed, S.  (2017). Factors responsible for not buying micro Insurance in West Bengal : A literature review on MSME labours. KindlerXVII (1), 212-220.

6.Sur, S., & Gayen, P.  (2017). Will E-Commerce be the Aladdin’s Magic Lamp to Rural Women Entrepreneur?. KindlerXVII (2), 40-48.

7. Sur, S., & Pandey., M. (2015). Interactive Television: Redefining the Way of Television Advertising. PES Business Review,10(1),15-25.

8. Sur, S., & Pandey ,M. (2013). Factors Affecting Consumers’ IPTV Adoption Behavior In India. Asian Journal Of Research In Marketing, 2(4),33-44.

9. Sur, S., & Pandey., M. (2013). Exploring factors affecting the adoption of IPTV: A literature review. International Journal of Advanced Research in Management and Social Sciences,2(2),48-66.

10. Sur, S., & Pandey ,M. (2011). Addressable Advertising: Future of Television advertisement. Advertising Express - IUP Publication, XI(03),41-44.

11. Sur, S., & Pandey ,M. (2010). IPTV Market : Can advertising help it grow in India. Calyx-Journal of Business Management, 1(1).

Book chapter contribution

1. Technological Innovation in Tele-advertising: Advantages of IPTV over Traditional Television, Innovation and Creativity for business excellence, Excel India, New Delhi. 2011, Pp 121-127.

2.  Role of Knowledge Management towards the development of Creativity and Innovation in newly developing Entrepreneurial Ventures, Innovation and Creativity for business excellence, published by Excel India, New Delhi, 2011,Pp. 138-143.

3.Changing Scenario in Advertising World: A View from Interactive Advertising Perspective, Contemporary Technological, Social and Management Issues –Theoretical and Conceptual Perspectives, SPS India, Kolkata,2013, Pp 265-269.

4.Developing a Conceptual Model on Emerging Online-Shopping Environment in India, Effectiveness, Ethics and Sustainability –The Measures of Organizational Excellence, Excel India, New Delhi,2014, Pp- 291-296.

Dr. Furquan Uddin

Journal Papers Published

1. Uddin, Furquan (2018), An Empirical Study on Product Objectives of LIC of India, Pacific Business Review International, Udaipur, ISSN: 0974-438X, Vol.10, Issue 1, pp. 52-58.

2. Uddin, Furquan (2018), Sources of New Life Insurance Product Ideas in LIC of India, International Research Journal of Business Studies, Prasetiya Mulya Publishing, Indonesia, e-SSN:2338-4565, ISSN:2089-6271, Vol.11, Issue 1, pp.1-8

3. Uddin, Furquan (2017), A Comparative Study of LIC of India and ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Ltd.: With Special Reference to Life Micro Insurance, Life Insurance Today, The Insurance Times Group, Kolkata, Vol. XIII, Issue 9, pp.12-16.

4. Uddin, Furquan (2017), An Empirical Study on Life Micro Insurance: With Special Reference to Rural Market of Allahabad, Life Insurance Today, The Insurance Times Group, Kolkata, ISSN No. 0973-4813, Vol. XIII, Issue 6, pp. 5-10.

5. Uddin, Furquan & Ali, Mohd. Ashraf (2016), New Business of LIC of India under Individual Assurance in the 21st Century: An Appraisal, Saudi Journal of Business and Management Studies, Scholars Middle East Publishers, Dubai, UAE, ISSN: 2415-6671(Online) 2415-6663 (Print), Vol.2, Issue 6, pp. 633-642.

6. Uddin, Furquan (2016), Market Opportunities in Life Insurance Industry: With Special Reference to LIC of India, Indian Journal of Business Research and Analysis, Varanasi, ISSN: 2456-0545, Vol.1, Issue 1, pp. 3-7.

7. Jha, S,N. & Uddin, Furquan (2016), Positioning Strategy in Life Insurance Industry: With Special Reference to LIC of India, BHU Business Insight, A journal of business research, Academy of business research, Faculty of Commerce, BHU, Varanasi, ISSN: 2455-9474, Vol. 1, Issue 1, pp. 18-26.

8. Uddin, Furquan (2015).  An Empirical Study on Marketing Environmental Factors Affecting Product Strategy of LIC of India, Kaveripakkam College Journal of Management Research, Chennai, ISSN: 2249-6449, Vol. 5, Issue 17, pp. 1-12.

9. Uddin, Furquan (2015). Consumers’ Perceptions and Expectations towards Life Insurance Services: A Case Study of Varanasi, IRDAI- Journal, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India, Hyderabad, Vol. XIII, Issue 10, pp. 23-29.

10. Uddin, Furquan (2014). Strategic Cost Management in the Life Insurance Industry: A Comparative Study, The Management Accountant, Institute of Cost Accountants of India, Kolkata, ISSN: 0972-3528, Vol. 49, Issue 1, pp. 34-39.

11. Uddin, Furquan (2013). Product Innovation: A Critical Analysis of Unit Linked Insurance Plans, International Journal of Financial Footprints, ERT Publication, Varanasi, ISSN: 2319-6262, Vol.1 Issue 2, pp. 12-18.

 



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