Journal of Business and Economic Issues
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Journal of Business and Economic Issues
Vol. 3 No. 2 February 2012

Article 1: Unvelling the Paradigm Shigt and prrogress of Banking Sector in India: A Data-based Appreciation - Nigamananda Biswas

Article 2: Towards A better Dividend Policy - Kiranjit Sett

Article 3: Overdue in Agricultural Cerdit: A Case Study - Rabindra Kumar Mishra

Article 4: Determination of Work Capital: An Empirical Inquest with reference to some Selected Public Sector Campanies in India - Pranam Dhar & Kasturi Paul

Article 5: Some Conceptual Issues on Direct taxes Code - Sukhen Kali and Lalit Kumar Joshi



Journal of Business and Economic Issues
Vol. 3 No. 1   August 2011

Article 1: Source of Job Stress Among the Employees of Service Sector in Kolkata and way to Mitigate Stress - A Empirical Study- J. K. Das and Starupa Datta

Article 2: Convergence with IFRS in India: Biting the Bullet - Subrata Kar and Sanjoy Kumar Roy

Article 3: Relevance of value Added Reporting in Financial Disclosure of a Firm: A Critical Study - Niranjan Mandal & Suvarun Goswami

Article 4: Assistance to Small Engineering Enterprises of Howrah, A District of West Bengal -  A Case Study - Manidipa Das Gupta



Journal of Business and Economic Issues
Vol. 2 No. 2 December 2010

Article 1: The Dynamics of FIIs' Presence on the Volatility of Indian Stock Prices - Abhjit Kundu

Article 2: The Impact of Sub-Prime Crisis on India - A Exploratory Study - Anupam Karmakar

Article 3: Quality of Life Indicator (QLI): To Measure Current Well-Being - Sanchali Bhattacharya

Article 4: Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice and the Venetian World of Commerce - Banibrata Goswami and Dhrubajyoti Chattopadhyay


Journal of Business and Economic Issues
Vol. 2 No. 1 July 2010

Article 1: Presentation of Financial Statements : A Critical Analysis of IAS 1 - Ananda Mohan Pal

Article 2: Role of NGOs in Development of Backward Districts in West Bengal – A Study - Bhaskar Bagchi *  and Dhrubaranjan Dandapat

Article 3: Marketing of Banking Services through 7 Ps – A Contemporary Strategic Approach - Nigamananda Biswas

Article 4: Universal Primary Education for Girls in India : A state Specific Analysis Based on the Dise Data - Rajyashri Neogi and Bipul De

Article 5: The Role of Zakat in Islamic Accounting and Finance : An Overview - Pranam Dhar and Jafor Ali Akhan

Article 6: Trends in performance and profitability of Co-operative Banks : A Case Study of Vidyasagar Central Cooperative Bank Limited, Midnapore, West Bengal - Anupam Parua and Lalit Kumar Joshi

Article 7: Demographic Shifts and Change in Investors Attitude towards Financial Instrument - J. K. Das and Bireswar Chatterjee



Journal of Business and Economic Issues
Vol. 1 No. 2 July 2009

Article 1: Dividend Payout and Agency Cost Factors: A Study of Select Indian Companies - Jadab Krishna Das and Sudipta Ghosh

Article 2: Health, Income and Health Expenditure: A Search for Bi-variate Causality Analysis for the Indian States - Sushil Kr. Haldar and Debaprasad Sarkar

Article 3: Information Asymmetry and Small Firm Finance: Credit Scoring as a Technology - Indrani Gangopadhyay* and Sharmistha Banerjee

Article 4: Role of Co-operative Bank in the Functioning of Self Help Groups: A Study Based on the District of Nadia, West Bengal - Biswajit Dey

Article 5: Profitability Performance of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) in India: A Region-Wise Comparative Analysis -  Manas Chakrabarti


Article 6: Performance of Bally Co-operative Bank Ltd., West Bengal during 1997-98 to 2006-07: A Study -  Amit Basak

Article 7: Reinsurance Business in India and Performance Analysis of the National Reinsurer - Mahasweta Bhattacharya and Sunil Kumar Gandhi

Article 8: The Role of Content, its Collaborative development, evaluation and process of dissemination among students in e-learning: An Empirical Study - Pranam Dhar* and Aniruddha Nag