Owing to the rapid urbanisation today, most women in India have learnt to strike the right balance between work and children. While they want to spend quality time with their children, they also want to maintain meaningful careers. Read more »
At present, ADRs/GDRs of companies such as Infosys and Satyam trade at a substantial premium to the domestic price, while that of companies such as Siliverline Technologies and ICICI trade at a considerable discount. Read more »
1. What are the regulations pertaining to issue of ADRs/GDRs by Indian companies?
Indian companies are allowed to raise capital in the international market through the issue of ADRs/GDRs. They can issue ADRs/GDRs without obtaining prior approval from RBI if it is eligible to issue ADRs/GDRs in terms of the Scheme for Issue of Foreign Read more »
To manage fluctuating demand in a service business, it is imperative to have a clear understanding of demand patterns, why they wary, and the market segments that comprise demand at different points in time. Read more »
Quality as defined by ISO 9000:2000 is the degree to which a set of inherent characteristics fulfill certain requirements [Ross, 2005]. In other words quality can be defined as the ability to adhere to standards. Quality aims at doing things that are right in the first place in order to improve competitiveness, reduce cost and achieve customer satisfaction [Besterfield, 2006]. Read more »
Inflation means a sustained rise in average prices over time.
It is a key indicator of economic performance in the sense price stability is preferred. In other words, inflation is considered as bad for society and business Read more »
Unemployment, in the developed country context, is defined in two ways, one narrowly and the other broadly.
The narrow definition is based on claimant count. This means the unemployed are only those who are registered for unemployment benefit or job seeker’s allowance. Read more »