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EDITORIAL

Dr. Amitabh Upadhya
Editor- In- Chief

Editing an academic journal is a gratifying experience also due to the opportunity of interesting and scholastic interactions that one has with peers from all over the globe. The reach of the journal is expanding by every issue and now it attracts contributions from a larger geographical area …Read more

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Employee Attrition in India: A study of theoritical bases of coping strategies

Alžbeta Kiráľová, University of Business in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic

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Tourism is a labour intensive sector employing one out of every eleven people. Human resources are the major key to visitors´ satisfaction, and so that able to enhance competitiveness and quality. Globalization has increased competition in tourism markets…Read more

Keywords: tourism, higher education, modernization, new tourism trends

Suggested citation: Kiráľová , Alžbeta . (2014). New trends in tourism - a challenge for modernization of tourism higher education in the Czech Republic. Skyline Business Journal, Volime 10, Issue 1,pp 1-8.

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The ultimatum game and the nature of the distance of the economic agents: physical distance and psychological distance

Pedro Moreira

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The study includes results based on four versions of the ultimatum game, with parallel questions directed to money proposals and time proposals. The four versions were designed to manipulate the study main variable, the interpersonal distance of the economic agents, in two variants...Read more

Keywords: Ultimatum game, physical distance, psychological distance, economic agents decision patterns, economic valuelimits and efficiency, online economy.

Suggested citation: Moreira, P.(2014). The ultimatum game and the nature of the distance of the economic agents: physical distance and psychological distance. Skyline Business Journal, Volime 10, Issue 1,pp 9-16.

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Risk management by scaling for project phases of electrical transmission line installation projects

Shwetank Parihar,Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, India
Chandan Bhar, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, India
Nishit Kumar Srivastava, Department of Management Studies, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad

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The study analyzes the risk management process of electrical transmission line installation projects. Risk mapping of each project is suggested for better risk management. The methodology suggested is based on the analysis of four risk factors in the project and division of project…Read more

Keywords: Project risk management, Electrical transmission line installation, Risk Numerical Matrix (RNM), Juster’s scale, Risk interrelation, Risk mitigation

Suggested citation: Parihar, S., Bhar, C., & Srivastava, N.K.(2014). Risk management by scaling for project phases of electrical transmission line installation projects. Skyline Business Journal, Volime 10, Issue 1,pp 17-26.

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Impact of ‘debt coverage’ on ‘profitability’ in banking sector

Sonali Yadav, Gitarattan International Business School, Delhi, India

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The current study has been carried out in Punjab National Bank in order to study the relationship between various indicators of profitability and debt coverage. Indicators of profitability were Interest Spread, Adjusted Cash Margin (%), Net Profit Margin, Return on Long Term Fund…Read more

Keywords: Adjusted Cash Margin, Interest Spread, Net Profit Margin, Return on Assets, Return on Long Term Fund, Return on Net Worth.

Suggested citation: Yadav, S.(2014). Impact of ‘debt coverage’ on ‘profitability’ in banking sector. Skyline Business Journal, Volime 10, Issue 1,pp 26-33.

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Economic growth, its effects on ecology and need for sustainable development

Mrudula Trivedi, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara, India

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Economic growth world over is accelerated with technological inventions, process innovations and new ways of managing businesses. However, today we realize that the journey of growth has a darker side as well. Various industries have been discharging industrial waste and are responsible for...Read more

Keywords: Economic growth, present growth pattern, ecological growth and sustainable development, creating sustainable organization

Suggested citation: Trivedi, M.Economic growth, its effects on ecology and need for sustainable development. Skyline Business Journal, Volime 10, Issue 1,pp 33-37.

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Students’ attitude towards e-learning : a case study

Gunmala Suri , Panjab University, Chandigarh, India
Sneha Sharma Panjab University, Chandigarh, India

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Technological advancement has led to important changes in the way education is being imparted. e-learning symbolizes an important, rising trend in the application of technology to assist student learning. It is one of the tools that has emerged from information technology and has been integrated...Read more

Keywords
: e-learning attitude, department/discipline of student, computer attitude, internet usage

Suggested citation: Suri, G.& Sharma, S. (2014). Students’ attitude towards e-learning : a case study. Skyline Business Journal, Volime 10, Issue 1,pp 38-43.

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Exploring the leadership style of Dr. Muhammad Yunus at Grameen bank of Bangladesh

Mohammad Aftab Uddin, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh

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Good leadership matters for transforming a drive into reality. A legendary leader can transform merely a drive into reality by his charisma, dedication, initiative, and commitment to the society, and above all, to the organization. Dr. Mohmmad Yunus transforms his drive and vision of alleviating poverty...Read more

Keywords
: Bangladesh, Grameen Bank, Leadership Style, MuhammadYunus

Suggested citation: Uddin, M. A. (2014). Exploring the leadership style of Dr. Muhammad Yunus at Grameen bank of Bangladesh. Skyline Business Journal, Volime 10, Issue 1,pp 43-48.

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Negative Interest Rate Policy by ECB: A Case Study

Debanjan Das, Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Bank Bangalore and Paris

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The European Central Bank (ECB) announced several measures to inject life into the Euro zone stagnant economy. One such measure is the decision to cut the deposit rate for the region’s commercial banks from zero to minus 0.1 per cent. This is something unusual and has never been heard before...Read more

Keywords
: European Central Bank, Negative interest rate, Euro zone economy

Suggested citation: Das,D.(2014). Negative Interest Rate Policy by ECB: A Case Study. Skyline Business Journal, Volime 10, Issue 1,pp 49-55.

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