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Osmania Journal of International Business Studies
Year 2010, Volume-5, Issue-1and2 (January–December)
Print ISSN : 0973-5372
Online ISSN : 2249-3204

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Research Papers

Understanding small-scale apparel firms’ performance in Tanzania: Structure-conduct-performance paradigm survey results
Andrew H. Mbwambo

Monetary policy and output growth in indian economy - A time series econometric study
Biswajit Maitra, Debabrata Mitra

Operational performance of credit rating agencies: A comparative analysis
Kuljeet Kaur, Dr. Rajinder Kaur

Corporate websites as a new export marketing tool for Indian exporters: An evaluation
Dr. Ravinder Vinayek, Miss Reeti Gupta

Developing an investor sentiment index for India
Sanjay Sehgal, G.S. Sood, Namita Rajput

Network marketing of amway products by distributors in kottayam district of Kerala state
Dr. N. Periyasami, Ashish Varughese

Brand awareness of urban women with reference to wheat flour
Dr. E. Lalitha, Prof. S.V. Satyanarayana

A study on urban migration - Problems and prospects of rural students
Dr. V.Usha Kiran, J. Priyamvada

Impact of institutional financing on living standards of scheduled tribes and on cottage and small scale industries run by the scheduled tribes
Dr. M. Gangadhar

Insights into network marketing: An international perspective with special reference to Hyderabad/Secunderabad
Kandala Bhavannarayana

The interface of knowledge management and employees’ organizational commitment
Dr. B. Mohan Venkata Ram, Assegid Demissie Shishigu

Employee welfare and social security measures in Karnataka power corporation limited
Suguna Basavaraj, Dr. C.S. Basavaraj

Human resource training in modern banking system- A study
Dr. N. Kishore Babu, Dr. D. Venkateswara Rao

Indian banking sector reforms: An appraisal of performance
Professor K. Shankaraiah

Customer based brand equity in banking sector - A study
Dr. T. Venkat Ram Raj, V. Mohan Nayak, Professor Mohammed Abbas Ali

A study on patenting in biotechnology industries in twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad
Prof R.Nageswar Rao, A. Veenapani

Supply chain management in supermarkets
Prof. K. Rajnath, Mrs. G. Sita Madhavi

Self help groups and micro credit- an analytical study with special reference to Coimbatore city
D. Sureshkumar

Micro finance through dwcra groups with reference to Pinagadi village, Pendurthi mandal, Visakhapatnam district in Andhra Pradesh
Dr. D.M. Sheaba Rani

Buyer's Expectations, Perceptions and Satisfaction on the Process Mix of Cellular Services Marketing (A case study of Tata Indicom in Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh)
A.N.V. Durga Anupama, Dr. Mamilla Rajasekhar, C. Saradamma

Investor's preference for mutual funds in Visakhapatnam city
V.L. Raju

Development of small and medium enterprises in Andhra Pradesh
D. Nagayya, P. Tirumala Rao

Performance and problems in financing of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in India
Dr. Subhash Chand, ShiwaliMs.Assistant Professor in Economics

Demographic variables and their influence on choice of the retail outlet
Prof. P.Purushotham Rao, Arati Jadhav

Communications

A study of International direct marketing Environment
Dr. M.Ramesh Kumar

OTC Derivatives market in India: Recent regulatory initiatives for derivatives
Dr. L. Srinivas Reddy

Credit risk management in banks: An overview
K.S Bhagya Shree, Dr. M. Surat Kumari

Customer relationship management-A study
Bharath Kumar Porika

Intranet mailing system
Rajender Kandukuri

Retail banking system- A study of state bank of Hyderbad
G. Srinivas Rao

Medical tourism in India & Emotional intelligence
N. Rajendraprasad

Rural development in India through BPO — A status analysis
B. Manivannan, Dr. D. Ilangovan

Social entrepreneurship and change: A study of Kudumbashree in Kerala
Dr. P. Vishnudev

Recent trends in E- banking
Dr. M. Muniraju, Prof. D. Chennappa

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