Indian Journal of Economics and Business

Articles from Vol. 12, No. 1, April

An Analysis of Trends of Venture Capital and Private Equity Investments in India
Abstract Over the last few years, India has become one of the heading destinations for venture capital and private equity investments. The rapid growth of GDP and liberalisation of the economy helped a lot for the development of venture capital...
Capital Flows, Degree of Openness and Macroeconomic Volatility
Abstract This paper examines the effects of capital inflow on the volatility of output and price using panel data. The major contribution of the paper lies in incorporating the effects of degree of financial openness in analyzing the effects of...
Decreasing Poverty and Unemployment: An Examination through the Lens of Rostow's Model of Economic Growth
Abstract This paper examines Rostow's Model of Economic Growth, expanding upon each stage and exploring how it can be used to improve the problems of poverty and unemployment. Using the model as a measurement tool, the economic development of China...
Determinants of Capital Expenditures across Nations
Abstract For most firms, size of the capital budget represents one of the major managerial decisions with critical implications that extend beyond a single year. While this decision has been studied extensively in the literature, most of the work...
Economic Development in Saudi Arabia: An Application of Development Theory to Saudi Arabian Economic Growth
Abstract The economy of Saudi Arabia is dominated almost exclusively by operations related to the extraction of enormous oil and gas reserves, discovered during an expedition for fresh water aquifers less than a decade after the country was founded....
Estimation of the Money Demand Function in a Heterogeneous Panel for Selected Asian Countries
Abstract Despite the large number and variety of studies examining the money demand function, only a few have a utilized panel data approach in estimating the open money demand function. This paper uses the Pedroni panel cointegration approach along...
Foreign Capital and Industrial Growth in India: An Empirical Analysis
Abstract Foreign capital has the potential to influence industry growth. It serves as an additional source of capital for financially constrained firms and thereby influences growth. Based on panel data analysis the study empirically evaluated the...
Sustainability of Indian Public Sector Banks & Housing Finance Corporations through the 2008 Financial Crises: A Case Study on the Role of Underwriting, Capital Adequacy & Borrower Characteristics
Abstract Home loan application data for low and middle income borrowers from (1991-2008) was analyzed. Several application score models were built and tested towards understanding the impact of various parameters on defaults. A thorough review and...
Technology Commercialization by Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in Indian Context: Challenges and Governmental Support Systems
Abstract Post-liberalization, level of protection imparted by Indian government to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) is gradually reducing. In the changed scenario, MSMEs need to compete with large companies, both Indian and foreign, with...
The $10 Trillion Prize: Captivatimg the Newly Affluent in China and India
THE $10 TRILLION PRIZE: CAPTIVATIMG THE NEWLY AFFLUENT IN CHINA AND INDIA by Michael J. Silverstein, Abheek Singh, Carol Liao, and David Michael with Simon Targett (Harvard Business Review Press, Boston, Massachusetts, US, 2012, ISBN: 978-1-4221-8705-0,...