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Publications@Thapar

Thapar University
Patiala, Punjab - 147004

Publication@Thapar

Publications of LM Thapar School of Management

2017 (9) 2016 (18) 2015 (5) 2014 (7) 2013 (2) 2012 (4)
2011 (3) 2010 (1) 2009 (1) 2007 (1) All

Book Chapter(s) :

  1. S. Yadav, B. Adhikari, Ridhi Arora (2016). Measuring Work-Family Balance in Indian Organizations: Scale Development and Validation. In , Changing Dynamics in Global Markets (pp. ). : Bloomsburry. [ISBN : ] . Google Search

Journal(s) :

  1. Pritpal Singh Bhullar, Pradeep Kumar Gupta (2016). Expected and realized stock returns: Evidence from India. Asian Journal of Empirical Research, 6 (11), 270-278. Google Citation
  2. Yogender Pal Chandra, Arashdeep Singh, Gurtej Singh, Rudra Rameshwar (2016). Biomass - An Endless Source of Renewable Energy. Asian Review of Mechanical Engineering, 5 (1), 30-33. Google Citation
  3. Gaurav Goyal, Harsh Vardhan Samalia, Piyush Verma (2016). Interpretive Structural Modeling for integrating quality management in manufacturing and service counterparts. International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management, Accepted (), -. Google Citation
  4. Ankit Mahindroo, H.V. Samalia, Piyush Verma (2016). Moderated Influence of Return Frequency and Resource Commitment on Information Systems and Reverse Logistics Strategic Performance. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, (Forthcoming), -. Google Citation
  5. Ankit Mahindroo, Harsh Vardhan Samalia, Piyush Verma (2016). Information Systems Road Map to Enhance Economic and Operational Reverse Logistics Performance. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management, (Forthcoming), -. Google Citation
  6. Ridhi Arora, S. Rangnekar (2016). Moderating Mentoring Relationships and Career Resilience Relationship- Role of Conscientiousness Personality Disposition. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 31 (1), 19-36. Google Citation
  7. Ridhi Arora, S. Rangnekar (2016). Dispositional traits influence on mentoring relationships: A revisit to the Big Five personality model in the Indian context. South Asian Journal of Global Business Research, 5 (3), 306-322. Google Citation
  8. Ridhi Arora, S. Rangnekar (2016). Linking the Big Five personality factors and career commitment dimensions: A study of the Indian organizations. Journal of Management Development, 35 (9), 1134-1148. Google Citation
  9. Ridhi Arora, S. Rangnekar (2016). The Interactive Effects of Conscientiousness and Agreeableness on Career Commitment. Journal of Employment Counseling, 53 (1), 14-29. Google Citation
  10. Sonika Aggarwal Garg, Harjot Singh, Kalyan Kumar De (2016). Direct and indirect effects of marketing mix elements on satisfaction. Academy of Marketing Studies Journal, 20 (1), 53-65. Google Citation
  11. Vishal Kamara, Harjot Singh, Kalyan Kumar De (2016). Factors affecting patient satisfaction: an exploratory study for quality management in the health-care sector. Total Quality Management Business Excellence, 27 (9-10), 1013-1027. [IF(2015) : 1.368] . Google Citation
  12. Pradeep Kumar Gupta, Shailendra Kumar, Piyush Verma (2016). Value relevance of the degree of leverages. International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets , 8 (2), -. Google Citation
  13. Pradeep Kumar Gupta, Shailendra Kumar, Piyush Verma (2016). Association Between Degree of Leverages and Firm Value. Asian Journal of Finance & Accounting, 8 (1), 212-229. Google Citation
  14. Pradeep Kumar Gupta, Shailendra Kumar, Piyush Verma (2016). Impact of Degrees of Operating and Financial Leverage on Systematic Risk: Evidence from India. Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review, 12 (1), 140-148. Google Citation
  15. Shri Ram (2016). Global Ice Bucket Challenge (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) Research. Annals of Neurosciences, 24 (4), 209-217. Google Citation
  16. Shri Ram, Nitin Paliwal (2016). Management of University Research Publication: A Case Study of JUIT Publication Database (JPubDB). DESIDOC Journal of Library and Information Technology, 36 (4), 212-219. Google Citation
  17. Shri Ram (2016). A quantitative assessment of “chikungunya” research publications, 2004-2013. Tropical Journal of Medical Research, 19 (1), 52-60. Google Citation