Editorial: Improving the Long-term Prosperity and Productivity of India Through Improvement in Learning Outcomes in Schools

In this special issue released on the occasion of University Day of NMIMS (Deemed to be) University, we present six insightful manuscripts by scholars resident at NMIMS. Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal, with the help of a donation from Narsee Monjee Educational Trust, established a Management institute of the Mumbai University in 1981.  Based on Read More …

Stock Price Response to Earnings News in India: Investors’ Learning Behaviour under Uncertainty

This research paper examines the association of inter-temporal variation in stock price response to quarterly earnings surprise in India with relevant indicators of changes in fundamental conditions. Earnings response coefficients are higher during periods when the economic conditions indicate lower systematic risk and higher growth prospects, consistent with asset pricing theory. However, there are differing Read More …

Strategy Performance Evaluation of a Port Organisation based on Multi-Criteria Decision Making using Fuzzy Logic Method

Abstract The importance of measurement of strategy performance has long been acknowledged by researchers and industrial experts from various organisations. A better approach would be to focus on the performance measurement system design rather than details of specific measures. Measuring the strategy of an organisation can help in terms of strategy reformulation while implementation pertains Read More …

Emotional intelligence – the moderator of leadership styles and performance

Abstract By applying emotional intelligence (EI), a manager can make a positive impact on the performance of the organization. The leader or manager should understand EI and the need of the employees. The objective of the study is to predict whether the leadership style and emotional intelligence assists in predicting the performance of an organization. Read More …

Beta Anomaly and Comparative Analysis of Beta Arbitrage Strategies

Abstract Over a long period of time, stocks with low beta have consistently outperformed their high beta counterparts across developed and emerging markets alike. We explore the presence of low beta anomaly and its robustness after controlling for size, value and momentum factors in the Indian stock markets. We have chosen the universe of past Read More …

Study of the factors affecting the selection of orthopaedic implant brands and their perceptual mapping in Mumbai city

Abstract The orthopaedic device market is a booming market globally. The growing elderly population, risk of osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, bone injuries and obesity are major factors that are contributing to the growth of this market. The projected market size by 2021 is $ 45.36 billion. There is a wide scope of growth for this market mainly Read More …