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  • A STUDY ON THE EVOLVEMENT OF THE CAPITAL STRUCTURE THEORIES


Liew Teo Piaw Lewis, Dr. Mohamad Jais

Abstract:
This study intends to review the theories of capital structure and empirical findings on capital structure. Despite several decades of intensive research with vast empirical literature in this field, there is still a lack of consensus in answering the question about firms’ capital structure, especially when the study is carried out across the countries.


1-18
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  • CUSTOMERS’ PERCEPTION & SATISFACTION IN ORGANIZED RETAIL SECTOR IN INDIA


Dr. S. ROSITA, E. ANAND KUMAR

Abstract:
Retailing, both as a consumer pastime and as an organizational activity, has changed significantly during recent years. It is one of the world's largest and most diverse industries. The Indian retail industry is no more nascent today


19-28
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  • MISSING OPPORTUNITIES OF INDIAN BANKERS ABROAD


N. Suresh,

Abstract:
Indian service sector has made rapid strides in the sphere of global market to trap every opportunity into profit and very much became a centripetal force of economic growth of the country.


29-34
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  • “INFLUENTIAL FACTORS ON INVESTMENT BEHAVIOUR OF INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS:A REVIEW OF EMPIRICAL EVIDENCES FROM VARIOUS COUNTRIES”


E. Vijaya,

Abstract:
Behavioural finance is an emerging field that combines the understanding of behavioural& cognitive psychology with financial decision making process.


35-46
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  • SUSTAINABILITY IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEM- AN EMPIRICAL STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO BANGALORE


Dr. K. Ramachandra, Mrs. Uma. T. G

Abstract:
Transportation has significant economic, social and environmental impacts, and so is an important factor in sustainability. Sustainability supports a paradigm shift occurring in transport planning.


47-58
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  • CROSS CULTURAL COMMUNICATION:- NEED OF GLOBAL BUSINESS


Ms. Kanchan Malhotra, Ms. Tamanna Arora,

Abstract:
Cultural factors have long been known to influence the communication and success potential of competition. Cultural awareness shapes how business firms behave in cross-culturally reflected international markets.


59-75
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  • IMPACT OF FDI ON GDP (SECTOR WISE STUDY)


Shubhangi Chaturvedi, Prof.Pooja Bhakuni

Abstract:
FDI inflows have received considerable attention due to its undeniable importance for developing countries in form of industrial development and source of financing.


76-92
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  • FACTORS AFFECTING RISK PERCEPTION IN MUTUAL FUND PURCHASE (GENDER WISE STUDY)


Shubhangi Chaturvedi, Prof.Pooja Bhakuni

Abstract:
Mutual fund is a pool of funds which is divided into units of equal value and sold to investing public and the funds so collected are utilized for collective investments in various capitals and money market instrument.


93-112
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  • TOTAL QUALITY SERVICE (TQS) AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE THROUGH SERVICE PROFIT CHAIN


Jyoti Sharma

Abstract:
Quality is a term that carries important meaning to both producer and customer. In the global market today, many organisations realized that their survival in the business world depends highly on producing high quality product and services.


113-131
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  • “A NEW NOTE ON THE WESTERN GANGAS AFFINITY WITH TAMIL KINGDOMS AS A VASSAL OF THE RESTRAKUTAS AND THE CHOLA CONQUEST OF GANGAVADI (817 A.D TO 1024 A.D)”


Dr.V.RAJU

Abstract:
The Western Gangas ruled the province of Gangavadi 96,000 for nearly six and half centuries, i.e. from 4th to the beginning of the 11th century A.D. From the inception the Western Gangas dynasty was closely associated with the Tamil Nadu Politics.


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