Editorial , Sustainability – The Future of Survival

http://doi.org/10.53908/nmmr.29030E Vol 29, Issue-3, July-September, 2021 Abstract: We are living in an unequal world. This inequity is created partly by nature and partly by us. With the growth of civilizations, different nations have moved on the ladder at a different pace and it has resulted in unequal rights on both natural and man-made resources. A Read More …

The Impact of Business Cycles, Stock Market Phases and Crisis on the Value Premium: The Indian Experience

Received: 24 Dec 2020 | Revised: 25 April 2021 | Accepted: 4 Sept 2021 http://doi.org/10.53908/nmmr.290301 Vol 29, Issue-3, July-September, 2021 Abstract : This paper is an attempt to explore the relationship between the value premium and expected stock returns in the Indian stock market and evaluates whether the value premium disappears or not when the Read More …

Effects of Demonetization, GST & Covid-19 Pandemic in the Adoption of Digitalization by Rural MSMEs in India

Received: 27 Mar | Revised: 19 July 2021 | Accepted: 4 Sept 2021http://doi.org/10.53908/nmmr.290302 Vol 29, Issue-3, July-September, 2021 Abstract The turbulent times created by the recent uncertain events give only two solutions – either surrender or fight-out. It has been the story so far for the MSMEs in India. Three events that changed the business Read More …

Proposition and Validation of Retention Model for Managers in Select Indian Private Sector Banks

Received:16 April 2021 | Revised:14 June 2021 | Accepted: 4 Sept 2021 http://doi.org/10.53908/nmmr.290303 Vol 29, Issue-3, July-September, 2021 Abstract: Focusing on private banking industry in Delhi (India), the study intent to identify the direct and indirect influence of select individual, internal (organizational) and external (environment) variables on retention of bank managers. Three retention models for Read More …

Does Work-Life Balance Mediate the Relationship of Perceived Organizational Support and Job Satisfaction for Healthcare Workers? A Study on Female Nurses in India

Received: 17 April 2021 | Revised: 12 June 2021 | Accepted: 4 Sept 2021 http://doi.org/10.53908/nmmr.290304 Vol 29, Issue-3, July-September, 2021 Abstract Studies time and again ascribe increased attrition in the nursing profession to poor organizational support and issues of work-life balance resulting in higher levels of job dissatisfaction among nurses. Considering this background, we conceptualized Read More …