One of the most significant changes in recent years has been an evolution in the role of education in the global arena. As education has increasingly assumed the role of a tradable service, countries from all parts of the world have become active participants in the ongoing internationalization of higher education.
This paper examines the determinants of the decision-making process among couples. Using an expanded conceptualization of decision-making, this paper explores factors that affect convergence or divergence between spousal perceptions.
Exports have played an increasingly important role in India's economic growth in the last two decades. This paper analyses the performance of India's exports and the various economic factors which have contributed to its growth.
Status of Ethics, Corporate Governance, CSR and Environment Education in Business Schools in India: An Exploratory Study
The last two decades have witnessed unprecedented excesses by businesses across the world. The largest corporate frauds have raised questions on the limits of responsibility of business.
Implications of EU Enlargement for India-EU Labour Mobility Competition, Challenges and Opportunities
1st May, 2004 marked the fifth and the largest European Union enlargement, with accessions given to 10 countries, out of which eight were Eastern European. Following this, another round of enlargement took place in 2007, which provided Bulgaria and Romania the EU member status.
A hundred years ago, during colonial times, more than a hundred thousand migrants from Britain and Ireland worked in India, mostly as soldiers and administrators. In contrast, only around 4,000 Indians lived in Britain: 1,000 students and 2,500 persons working in navigation related activities.
Simultaneously modeling multiple quantiles by possibly incorporating constraints across quantiles, in particular that of monotonicity, has been an important problem. While recent attempts to address this problem focus mostly on the monotonicity issue, we take a different route using a Bayesian approach.
Technology and entrepreneurship are often reckoned to be the twin-horses pulling national economies towards their developmental destinations.