The Purchase Pattern of Poor for Fast Moving Consumer Goods: An Empirical Study of Poor in India

A. Kumar; H. K. Dangi; A. Vohra

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 79-94

  Despite possessing the adequate purchase potential for the fast moving consumer goods (FMCGs), the poor are not reckoned as a viable market by the FMCG marketers and as a result, the purchase preferences of poor are largely unexplored for the concerned products. The present paper bridges the gap subsisting ...  Read More

A Simulation Based of Setting Policy in Project Acceptance Based on Experiences in Project-Driven SME's

S. Izadin; R. Radfar; J. Nazemi

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 95-105

  The acceptance of the right project which leads to the realization of the set objectives is one of the most important issues in project-oriented companies. Therefore, corporate managers prefer to work on those projects which ensures the achievement of goals such as increasing financial profits or being ...  Read More

Global Recession and Its Impact on Telecommunication Industry: An Empirical Dissection

O. Gautam; V. K. Singh; R. Sharma

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 107-116

  India is much more integrated with the world economy. Both current and capital accounts are complementing to each other. The economic slowdown that appears to have begun in the USA in September, 2008 has some negative impact on Indian economy. The most immediate and adverse effect of this global financial ...  Read More

The Causal Relationship between Government Revenue and Expenditure in Jordan

H. A. Al-Zeaud

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 117-127

  The main purpose of the study is to examine the causal relationship between government revenues and expenditures of the Jordan government over the period from 1990 to 2011 using Granger causality and VECM tests methodology. Which provides channels of causation between government revenues (GR) and government ...  Read More

Street Garment Vendors’ Contribution to the Economy and Local Community: An Empirical Study to the Street Garments Vendors in Dhaka City, Bangladesh

M. Hasan; J. Alam

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 129-139

  The street garment vendors are playing a significant role in the fields of the economic development through protecting resources (garment products) from such a position where they are treated as wastes; very much less valued products and creating the opportunity for self-employment. This study aimed ...  Read More

Dependence of Default Probability and Recovery Rate in Structural Credit Risk Models: Empirical Evidence from Greece

A. Derbali; S. Hallara

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 141-158

  The main idea of this paper is to study the dependence between the probability of default and the recovery rate on credit portfolio and to seek empirically this relationship. We examine the dependence between PD and RR by theoretical approach. For the empirically methodology, we use the bootstrapped ...  Read More

Determinants of Job Satisfaction among Government and Private Bank Employees in Sri Lanka (Case Study: Ampara Region)

A. Jahufer

Volume 5, Issue 2 , April 2015, Pages 159-168

  The purpose of this research study is to check the overall job satisfaction associate with demographic factors: Gender, Age, Ethnicity, Civil Status, Experience, Educational Qualification, Bank Types and Distance to Working Place in Ampara region, Sri Lanka government and private bank employees. Overall ...  Read More