Layoffs Impact

Layoffs Impact Author-Lekha Karnik MMS-Roll No-0222025 Kohinoor Business School Literature Review How mass layoffs are related to lower job performance and OCB among surviving employees in Chile: an investigation of the essential role of psychological Contract LOPEZ BOHLE, et al. (2017) This article established a link between mass layoffs, layoffs having a detrimental impact on… Continue reading Layoffs Impact


Unemployment Author: Vivek Sanap MMS Roll no: 114 Literature review Estimating natural rates of unemployment Brandyn Bok and Nicolas Petrosky-Nadeau says The U.S. unemployment rate in March 2022 was 3.6%, near its pre-pandemic 50-year low of 3.5% recorded in February 2020. Despite these similarly low levels, the economic environment now is very different than before… Continue reading Unemployment


E-commerce Author: Aniket Dupargude MMS – ROLL NO. 12 Literature Review Analysis of Computer-Based Blockchain Technology in Cross-Border E-commerce Platforms. Zheng, Luyao et al. (2021) says that blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionize cross-border e-commerce platforms by improving efficiency, security, and trust. Several studies have explored the use of blockchain technology in cross-border e-commerce… Continue reading E-commerce


Author: Yashee Kesaria MMS-Roll no. 0222026 Kohinoor Business School Panel Predictability Analysis Devpura, et al (2023) states that Chinese insurance firm’s stock excess returns during COVID-19 Pandemic. It was proxied using 3 major indices i.e. stringency index, containment and health indices. The monthly data was taken from January 2020 to September 2020 of 64 insurance… Continue reading Insurance

Mutual Funds

Mutual Funds Author Shruti Bagul Literature view 1. Why Do Mutual Funds Hold Lottery Stocks? The article examines the behavior of mutual fund investors seeking out extreme fund returns and the strategies used by fund managers to exploit this behavior. The study finds that funds with more lottery holdings attract larger flows, suggesting managers cater… Continue reading Mutual Funds

Indian Stock Market

INDIAN SHARE MARKET Author Abhijeet Tikudave Literature Review MMS Roll NO: 62 Sectoral Analysis. RANKIREDDY, A. S. et al. (2019) says that the relationship between sectors in the Indian stock market using a network algorithm perspective. The study finds that the Indian stock market is characterized by a high degree of interdependence among sectors, and… Continue reading Indian Stock Market

textile industry

TEXTILE INDUSTRY Author: Rutik Thotle, KBS, MMS (0222060) Textile-to-Textile Recycling, Using and Opportunities The article examines the commercial viability of employing past- consumer waste in the United States for textile-to-textile EvMc (2023, 15, 1473) recycling. This recycling techniques, which entails gathering worn fabrics and turning them into new items has both obstacles and opportunities, as… Continue reading textile industry

Relationship of Page Industries with NIFTY

Relationship of Page Industries with NIFTY Author: Prajakta Bansod Introduction: Page Industries Limited is an Indian manufacturer and retailer of innerwear, loungewear and socks, headquartered in Bangalore. It is the exclusive licensee of Jockey International in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar, Maldives and Bhutan. In 2011, it licensed Speedo… Continue reading Relationship of Page Industries with NIFTY

Digital India

TITLE – DIGITAL INDIA AUTHOR – SULAIMAKHATUN SIDDIQUI LITERATURE REVIEW 1. DIGITAL INDIA Digital India Programme is a vision to transform India into digitally empowered society. Their main motto is “Faceless, Paperless, Cashless” This activity incorporates to rural regions with fast web system. This programme includes developing digital infrastructure, transforming into digital services. Digitalization is… Continue reading Digital India

Corruption: Causes, Consequences & Strategies

Corruption: Causes, Consequences & Strategies Lavina Jain Literature Review 1.) Corruption perceptions vs corruption reality. This paper examines the accuracy of corruption perceptions by comparing Indonesian villagers. They reported perceptions about corruption in a road-building project in their village with a more objective measure of ‘missing expenditures’ in the project. I find that villagers’ reported… Continue reading Corruption: Causes, Consequences & Strategies