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Identifying and ranking the driving forces of social insurance by analytical hierarchy process: evidence from India
Imperfections in the private market increase the scope of social insurance worldwide. Social insurance is designed to provide protection against heterogeneous risks. In a welfare state, consumer's demand for social insurance ...
A survey dataset on determinants of administrative corruption
This data article describes a survey dataset on administrative corruption and its main determinants (culture, organizational culture, political instability, and institutional weakness) in addition to social class. Prior ...
The impact of corporate governance practices on firm’s performance: An empirical evidence from Indian tourism sector
(Centre of Sociological Research, 2019)
The growth of Indian companies in recent years has led to a change in the nature of the economy which attracted outsider investors from developed countries who demanded robust corporate governance practices from Indian ...