South Asian Journal of Management

South Asian Journal of Management is a scholarly journal publishing research papers, interviews with business leaders, and bank reviews.

Articles from Vol. 14, No. 2, April-June

An Empirical Study of Small Business Organizations in Fiji Using a Competency-Based Framework
The study involves the development and application of a competency-based framework in small businesses in Fiji. A survey approach was used in collecting the information for this study using face-to-face interviews with the owners/managers. The information...
Changes in Women's Dress Preference: An In-Depth Study Based on Lifestyle and Age
Indian women's wear industry is a lucrative one to explore. In terms of value, this industry has been estimated to be of size around $4bn with an annual growth rate of around 9%. Earlier, the market was almost completely in the hands of the unorganized...
Demand for Foreign Exchange Reserves in India: A Cointegration Approach¿
Using cointegration and vector error correction approach, we estimate India's demand for foreign exchange reserves over the period 1983-2005. Our results establish that the ratio imports to GDP, the ratio of broad money to GDP, exchange rate flexibility...
Economic Growth and Volatility in Indian Stock Market: A Critical Analysis
Stock market volatility is an important concept for understanding the investors' responsiveness, and thereby it facilitates to work on investment strategy. This paper examines the volatility in Indian stock market of daily and monthly return for the...
Management in India: Trends and Transition
Management in India: Trends and Transition Response Books, SAGE Publications, New Delhi, 2006; Pages: 446; Price: Rs. 850 ISBN: 0761933638.The focus of the volume is on a holistic approach to changes in Indian Management. The content reflects three criteria....
Nature and Extent of Diversification: A Comparative Study of MNCs and Domestic Companies in India
This paper presents a comparative study of the nature and pattern of diversification of domestic and multinational companies (MNCs) in India dunng 1995-2004. Out of 252 companies selected from BT-500 "India's most valuable companies" published in Business...
New Product Launch Strategies: Insights from Distributors' Survey
This paper attempts a study on the determinants of success of a new product launch based on a survey of distributors. The study covers three new product launch strategies - Line Extension, Brand Extension and New Brand Entry. The findings capture the...
Supply Chain Characteristics of the Petroleum Industry: The Indian Context
The process industry forms an important component of the Indian economy. The petroleum industry in particular plays an important role in the economic development of the country. After liberalization of this industry, performance of its supply chain has...
The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid: Eradicating Poverty through Profits
The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid: Eradicating Poverty through Profits Pearson Education Inc., Wharton School Publishing, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, 2004; Pages: 432; Price: US $ 29.99; ISBN: 0-13-146750-6.The treasure lying at the bottom...
The Offshore Nation: The Rise of Services Globalization
The Offshore Nation: The Rise of Services Globalization Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co Ltd., New Delhi, India, 2005; Pages: 296; Price: Rs 450; ISBN: 0-07-058327-7.We have already seen the benefits of global manufacturing in lower prices, improved quality...
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