Microfinance Institutions Transforming Rural Women: Psychological And Social Perspective

Abstract The stature of rural women in India is impoverished, vulnerable and non-existent. There have been underlying societal issues that women have been surviving. Economic empowerment is critical to empower women and achieve gender equality. Microfinance Institutions in India have proved to be an efficient mechanism in eradicating poverty, by way of providing easy credit, Read More …

Non-Performing Assets In India: Priority Vs Non- Priority Sector Lending

Abstract The Indian banking sector is going through some reinforcement. One of the biggest challenges for the banking sector in India is mounting Non-Performing Assets (NPAs). The main reason for NPAs could be attributed to the types and patterns of lending. As per Narasimham Committee II recommendations, priority sector lending has a proportionately higher share Read More …

FairPay Relationship Pricing: An Adaptive, Value-Based Strategy for Consumer Markets

AbstractAs businesses confront the challenges and opportunities of the digital era, they should look deeply at their assumptions about the basic social contract and value propositions that drive customer relationships, and how they center on price and value. Businesses still set prices unilaterally, in advance, with little regard for customer differences in needs, usage, or Read More …

The Long and the Short of It: Do Public and Private Firms Invest Differently?

AbstractUsing data from U.S. corporate tax returns, which provide a sample representative of the universe of U.S. corporations, we investigate the differential investment propensities of public and private firms. Re-weighting the data to generate observationally comparable sets of public and private firms, we find robust evidence that public firms invest more overall, particularly in R&D. Read More …

The Effect of Social Loafing Perception to Workers’ Feelings of Burnout in Organisations*

Abstract The aim of this study is to determine social loafing perceptions of employees in the same organisational climate related to co-workers and is to determine its effects on employees’ feeling of burnout. Relying on this goal, data has been obtained by face-to-face survey method from 108 employees who work in a public institution in Read More …