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Parental Education as a Criterion for Affirmative Action in Higher Education:A Preliminary Analysis
Affirmative action, especially in the form of reservation policies, to address the issues of inclusion and equity has been in place in India for a long time. Through these policies higher participation of the marginalized ...
International Competitive Strategy Choices: Comparing Firms in China and India
The international business literature has yet to adequately explore international competitive strategy choices made by firms in developing countries. This study aims to address this gap by investigating the types of ...
Austerity by choice, not by diktat
Four factor model in Indian equities market
We compute the Fama-French and momentum factor returns for the Indian equity market or the 1993-2012 period using data from CMIE Prowess. We di er from the previous studies n several signi cant ways. First, we cover a ...
Innovative ways of celebrating Diwali
Lower bound for cost deviation in the newsboy model
Quality of decisions in inventory management problems depends on accuracy of param- eter estimates used for decision making. In many situations, error in decision making is unavoidable. In such cases, understanding ...
Explaining Access to Credit by Rural Households: Results based on a Study of Several States in India
Against the backdrop of evolution of rural credit system in India as well as its observed failure to be inclusive in character, this paper makes use of a fairly large data set of the Center for Mangement in Agriculture ...
Realigning Business Strategy for PWD (People with Disabilities) Customers: A Less-explored Territory in Diversity Inclusion
A disability refers to a physical, sensory or mental limitation that interferes with a person's ability to move, see, hear or learn. Business initiatives taken up by organizations for diversity inclusion of people with ...
Economic Growth in Gujarat in Relation to the Nation and Other States in Recent Times - A Statistical Analysis
Growth rates of regions (states) have generally followed the national level growth rates over time with small lags or leads. We find much coherence between the aggregate performance of regions over time and that of the ...