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Business and Economics Journal

ISSN: 2151-6219

Open Access

Current Issue

Development, integration and Contagion of Global stock Markets (2021)

    Editorial Pages: 1 - 2

    Globalisation and its Impact on Indian Consumer Behaviour

    Varunavi Chauhan

    People engaging in the process of trade is a tradition for any growing economy. People from all over the world have purchased and offered products to one another at great distances, for example, through the celebrated Silk Road across Central Asia that associated China and Europe in the process of trade during the middle ages.

    Research Article Pages: 1 - 4

    Creative Industries in Supporting Indonesia's Economic Growth in Innovation Perspective

    Rodhiah Husin, Nur Hidayah and Toto Mujio Mukmin

    Creative industry has become a driving force economic growth so, it is very important to map each of the creative sectors towards the growth and progress of the region. Here introduced that economic growth depends on new ideas. This concept the industrial-based economy and has shifted from an industrial economy (manufacturing) to a creative economy (intellectuals as a major asset). This research aims to provide an overview of economic growth in South Tangerang from a creative and innovative perspective. The creative sector businessman researched by convenience sampling. Data collection was carried out by observation, interview, documentation and literature study. The results of the study show that the creative industries and innovations are interconnected with each other in the conceptual level and support of various parties. It was ultimately intended to support national economic growth in South Tangerang.

    Research Article Pages: 1 - 10

    Protection Begets Protection? Role of Retaliation in Anti-Dumping Case Filing

    Neha B Upadhayay

    In this paper we uncover the determinants of anti-dumping-a trade policy that has emerged as a serious impediment to free trade. Anti-dumping actions have flourished, starting with active use by developed nations or traditional users, transcending into escalating use by developing countries or new users. The motives of anti-dumping use have also evolved, including influence of political factors, growing importance of strategic concerns, macroeconomic conditions like exchange rates and GDP. Researchers have questioned whether anti-dumping filings may be motivated as retaliation against similar measures imposed on a country’s exporters. This is the focus of this paper, though we also control for other anti-dumping related indicators like past filing behaviour, cases filed globally and cases faced by the exporter. Using a large sample of anti-dumping users and their trade partners for a two decade period (1996-2015), we show that there exists marked heterogeneity in nations’ use of anti-dumping as a contingent protection mechanism. The focus of this paper is on retaliatory motives and we find evidence that this effect is masked at the aggregate level with insufficient statistical significance (except for select regions and income groups of countries), however, a sectoral analysis reveals that retaliation is a positive and significant determinant of current anti-dumping case filing activity for a select group of large importers. Another key result of this study is that a substitution effect exists between trade liberalisation (reduction of applied tariffs) and anti-dumping petitioning activity.

    Editorial Pages: 1 - 1

    Classification based on market capitalization

    Josheet Khan

    Stocks are given by associations to raise capitals and are bought by monetary benefactors to acquire a fragment of the association. A protections trade is the place where buying and selling of stocks happen. Nowadays, in view of web and forefront development buying and selling of stocks happens wherever in india and besides from outside country, there is no convincing motivation to real present in exchanges like NSE and BSE. 

    Mini Review Pages: 1 - 3

    A Review on Digital Transformation: A Multidisciplinary Reflection and Research Agenda

    Thijs Broekhuizen

    The advent and enormous growth of digital technologies force firms to respond to digital challenges by transforming existing and introducing new business models. In the article “Digital transformation: A multidisciplinary reflection and research agenda,” Here discuss the drivers of digital transformation and the strategic imperatives that result from digital transformation. Taking a business model perspective, the authors highlight how the demands for and execution of digital resources, organizational structure, growth strategy and metrics have changed in response to digital change. By identifying three stages of digital transformation - digitization, digitalization, and digital transformation - they delineate several growth strategies for digital firms that require specific (platform-based) structures and bears important consequences for measuring success (e.g., focus on sentiment- and engagement-related measures). The authors conclude with a research agenda on digital transformation. To gain a comprehensive understanding of the topic of digital transformation, this commentary reflects on the multiple perspectives, and applies them to the pinnacle form of digital transformation: the development of new digital platforms. To highlight the complexity of making platform design decisions, this commentary discusses the strategic analysis of platform openness.  

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