Aims and scope
Current Issue & Archive
Issues & Archive
Volume 2 Issue 3 2013
An Empirical Study to Evaluate CAMELS Rating
System on Indian Banks
examines one of the most popular methods for gauging quality of select
Indian Bank. In today’s dynamic world trying to cope up with the
aftermath of subprime crisis and the euro zone crisis we would like
to revisit a technique known as CAMELS Rating System. This technique is applied on 8
listed Indian Banks SBI, Union Bank, IDBI Bank, HDFC Bank, BOB, AXIS
Bank, IndusInd Bank, PNB which is a mixture of public sector and
private banks. This technique evaluates banks measures banks
stability on capital adequacy ratio, asset quality ratio, management
quality ratio, earning ratio, liquidity ratios and sensitivity ratio.
The results of this study reveal that this technique is critical in
not only evaluating stability of bank but could also be used for
making preliminary investment decision.
Keywords: banks, financial risk, central
Corporate SRI and Financial Performance: A
Panel Data Analysis
F. A. Dinu, R. C.
the actual business environment’s competition and complexity requires
continuous organizational adaptation to the new success generating
principles. The social issues and implicitly the sustainability of
the realized investments have rapidly become current interests of the
organizations that wish to accept the performance and to generate it.
But can business meet new social and environmental expectations and
also have favorable financial results? In order to highlight the
answer of this question, our paper analyzes a panel data model on the
top world companies (listed in FORTUNE 500) from 2006 to 2010. The results suggests a direct relation, positive and
bidirectional between the value of company’s responsible investments
and its achieved financial performance.
corporate social responsibility, socially responsible investment
(SRI), financial performance, panel model
Export Credit Agencies Facilitate Cross Border Trade to Emerging
Markets and Help Increase Investments and Innovations in Their Food Processing Industries?
H. Hilmarsson, Trung Quang Dinh
Export Credit Agencies (ECAs) played an important role in
cushioning the downturn in cross border trade to emerging market
economies during the economic and financial crisis that started in
the fall 2008. In addition to facilitating trade during times of crisis,
ECAs can also help companies in emerging countries access long term
funding and at lower interest rate than they could access locally.
This can also help companies modernize their processing lines,
especially those engaged in capital intensive activities, and enable
economies in transition increase the value added of their industries.
This article discusses the role of ECAs in facilitating cross border
trade to emerging markets as well as the economic rationale for the
existence of such agencies. It also demonstrates how selected risk
mitigation instruments of ECAs, namely: (i) buyer credit guarantee,
(ii) supplier credit guarantees and (iii) export loans have been
applied in practice to facilitate investment and innovations in the
food sector. Finally cases are presented that highlight how companies
have used the service of ECAs, for example, to obtain better terms,
including longer term loans and/or lower interest rates.
border trade, emerging markets, financial crisis, export credit
agencies (ECAs), commercial and non-commercial risks, risk mitigation
Transformation of Technical and Functional Managers into
Project Managers: A Case Study of PGC-APM of SPJIMR
S. D. Kshirsagar, V. Bhoola
field of project management is widening, across the world.
Professional organizations are growing, and so is the need for
project management education. Knowledge gain through a blend of
theory and practice is of crucial importance in today’s challenging
project environment. This paper discusses a few aspects of the
challenges in educating and training project managers. The authors
discuss about the post graduate certificate in advance project
management (PGC-APM) program from S. P. Jain Institute of Management &
Research (SPJIMR) and how it attempts to meet this challenge through
development of Innovative
pedagogic tools and assessment of the program.
Keywords: project management, education,
training, advance project management
Banking Sector: Measurement and Analysis of Market Value Added
N. S. Sayed, G. Sayed
Banking in India has been through a long journey and have
achieved a new height with the changing times. Majority of the banks
are successful in keeping with the confidence of the shareholders but
not all the banks are able to live upto the expectation of the
shareholders. In order to grow and gain the faith of shareholders,
organizations should create wealth for the shareholders. Various
value-based management systems have been developed to judge the
wealth creation. One of such model is MVA (Market Value Added).
Authors have chosen this tool to evaluate the performance of the
Indian Banks. We have chosen the banks that are listed on the Bombay
Stock Exchange (BSE). In this paper, the researchers have studied the
MVA performance in the Indian banking industry as well as the
researchers explored the relationship between MVA and other related
variables namely, dividend pay/out ratio PATM, ROA, ROE, ROCE, CAR,
capital adequacy ratio (CAR), dividend pay/out ratio, ROA, ROCE,
dividend yield, NPA
Problems and Prospects of
Implementing the Managerial Innovations
N. Korsikova, A. I. Todorova
The article deals with theoretical and
practical aspects of economic content of the managerial innovations.
Current state and the prospects of developing the managerial
innovations in Ukraine are analyzed.
Keywords: innovation, innovation management, managerial innovations,
Reengineering as an Instrument of Crisis
Management in Organization
N. Korsikova, A. O. Shumskaya
In the article the features of formatting the business process
reengineering as a mechanism for enterprise management to adapt to
crisis situations and variability of business environment are
Keywords: reengineering, crisis management,
business process, business environment
Introduction of Quality Management System on
the Grain Processing Enterprises
T. I. Mironiuk, K. V. Yatskanich
This article deals with the essence of a quality management
system on the grain processing enterprises and its importance in the
current market conditions. The new system with international
standards ISO 9000:2007 and TQM is introduced.
Keywords: quality management, grain processing, ISO 9000:2007, TQM,
Ukrainian Bakery Industry: The State and
J. A. Chernetskaya
economic problems of bakery industry are considered. The statistical
data of bakery industry of Ukraine are analyzed. The ways to overcome
the problems of bakery industry are offered.
Keywords: bakery industry, bread
production, economic problems, development, possibilities, Ukraine