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    • Seasonality in Tourism and Forecasting Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India 

      Mishra, Pabitra Kumar; Rout, H.B.; Pradhan, B.B. (UTI, 2018)
      In the present age of globalization, technology-revolution and sustainable development, the presence of seasonality in tourist arrivals is considered as a key policy issue that affects the global tourism industry by creating ...
    • Skill Development and Youth Employability A comparative study of Punjab and Haryana 

      Singh, Satinder (Central University of Punjab, 2021)
      Punjab and Haryana have top rank among the states of India in terms of per capita newlineGross State domestic Products (GSDP) and agricultural production. However, these newlinestates are facing two contrasting labour ...
    • Socio-economic development of Uttar Pradesh: an empirical analysis 

      Kaur, H.; Mishra, P. K. (Indian Society for Education and Environment, 2017)
      Background/Objectives: Since the concepts of social and economic development of a nation/region/state is crucial for the development of human resources, the objective of this paper is to examine the socio- economic development ...
    • Socio-economic impacts of tourism in india: An empirical analysis 

      Rout, Himanshu B.; Mishra, P. K.; Pradhan, B.B. (ASERS Publishing House, 2016)
      The importance of tourism as an instrument for economic growth and employment generation, particularly in remote and backward areas, has been well recognized world over. It is the largest service industry globally in terms ...
    • Stalled Structural Change Brings an Employment Crisis in India 

      Mehrotra S; Parida J.K. (Springer, 2021)
      Using national-level employment data, this paper explores both the supply and demand-side factors responsible for stalling India�s structural transformation on the employment side. We have found that although the overall ...
    • Stock markets’ responses to COVID-19 in developing countries: evidence from the SAARC region 

      Mishra P.K., Mishra S.K. (Inderscience Publishers, 2022)
      This study examined the stock markets’ responses to the unprecedented outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in SAARC countries. The results support these countries’ surge in stock market return volatilities amid the rapid ...
    • A Study on Workforce Participation and Healthcare Seeking Behaviour of Elderly in Kerala 

      Sanitha, V.P. (Central University of Punjab, 2021)
      This study attempts to explore the Workforce Participation and Healthcare newlineSeeking Behaviour of Elderly in Kerala. It has explored the trends and patterns of newlineelderly labour force participation (LFP) in Kerala ...
    • Technical Efficiency Analysis of Indian IT Industry: A Panel Data Stochastic Frontier Approach 

      Bhat N.A., Kaur S. (SAGE, 2022)
      Globalization and the development of modern technologies have led to the emergence of service trade. The success of Indian information technology (IT) has changed perception of globe about India and has captured the attention ...
    • Technological Intensity of Indian Exports and the Performance of Emerging Asian Economies 

      Fayaz; Kaur, Sandeep (Sage Publication, 2018)
      The increasing share of technological-intensive products in the world trade has recognized technology and technological capabilities as a major factor for competitiveness and growth. Notably, the emerging countries are ...
    • Tourism and peace in economic development perspective of India 

      Mishra, P. K.; Verma, J.K. (ASERS Publishing House, 2017)
      The importance of tourism as an instrument for revenue generation, employment creation and fostering economic growth is well established across the globe. Globally, tourism has been recognised as the largest service sector ...
    • Tourism in Odisha: an engine of long run growth 

      Mishra, P. K.; Rout, Himanshu B.; Sangmitra (Conscientia Beam, 2016)
      In this globalized era, travel and tourism has become an indispensable economic activity world over. It has the potential to strengthen the socio-economic foundation of a nation. It has the capability to disseminate the ...
    • Tourism, foreign direct investment and economic growth in India 

      Mishra P.K.; Rout H.B.; Kestwal A.K. (Africa Journals, 2020)
      This paper studied the association between tourism sector development, FDI flows to the tourism sector and real economic growth in India for the period 2000 to 2018. The findings support the occurrence of the tourism-led ...
    • Tourism-energy-environment-growth nexus: Evidence from India 

      Mishra P.K.; Rout H.B.; Kestwal A.K. (ASERS Publishing House, 2019)
      This paper examined the dynamic linkages between tourism development, energy consumption, environmental degradation and economic growth in the context of the Indian economy. The short-run findings establish a chain-link ...
    • Trend and progress of tourism in India: An empirical analysis 

      Rout, H.B.; Mishra, P. K.; Pradhan, B.B. (Serials Publications, 2016)
      The importance of tourism in India can by no means be underestimated. It helps the tourists to get use to with the culture, customs and conventions, language and mode of living of the people at destination. The most important ...
    • Trends , Patterns and Determinants of Indian Current Account Deficit 

      Fayaz, Mohd; Bhatia, Sandeep Kaur (Euro-American Association of Economic Development Studies, 2016)
      India’s current account experience deteriorated due to its large dependence on imports and un-competitiveness of exports. The relation between external and internal balances, with deficit in specific, deserves significant ...
    • Urbanization and Healthcare Services in Punjab: Role of Private Sector 

      Mishra, P. K. (Asian Journals of Advance Studies, 2017)
      In recent years, the world is becoming increasingly urban with about fifty five percent of its population living in urban areas. This urbanization is a sign of good job opportunities, better education and health facilities, ...
    • Whether FDI or Exports Enhance from Indian Manufacturing Firms 

      Singh, Krishan; Kaur, Sandeep (Euro American Association, 2017)
      The economic reforms of 1991 resulted in an increased inflow of FDI into the Indian economy. However, for the invention of new techniques and skills, there is a great need to invest on R&D, requires a huge amount of capital, ...
    • Whether fdi or exports enhance innovation: Evidence from indian manufacturing firms, 2001-2012 

      Singh, K.; Bhatia, S.K. (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 2017)
      The economic reforms of 1991 resulted in an increased inflow of FDI into the Indian economy. However, for the invention of new techniques and skills, there is a great need to invest on RandD, requires a huge amount of ...
    • Why is the Labour Force Participation of Women Declining in India? 

      Mehrotra, S.; Parida, J.K. (Elsevier Ltd, 2017)
      This paper explores the recent fall in female labour force participation and its socio-economic determinants in India. The major contribution of this paper is: to explore both micro- and macro-level factors which determine ...