NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM en-US smaarika.editor@mbajournals.in (Journal Manager) puneet@mbajournals.in (Admin) Mon, 21 Oct 2019 09:50:34 +0000 OJS 3.1.2.1 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Australia’s Energy Crises (Wicked Problem) http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/408 <p><em>There is a dangerous contradiction the way Australia is developing its energy resources for the future. Australia is rushing the exports of natural gas which is the backbone of Australia’s energy resources &amp; is a wicked problem as it has created an imbalance in every energy sector in Australia. By doing so, Australian leadership is putting pressure on other sources of energy and most of them are yet to be materialized properly. The environmental implication of current scenarios is enormous. Energy crises in Australia are likely to add another 10% of taxes to the residents of Australia. It has also contributed to irrigation problems in the agricultural sector, enterprise development, and economic development.</em></p> <p><em>This paper discusses leadership issues in Australia that are responsible for creating an imbalance in power sources in Australia which can be resolved by <strong>Paul Hersey and Kenneth Blanchard's Situational Leadership Theory</strong>. This paper also provides justification for leadership approaches that can help to solve energy crises in Australia.</em>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Karan Jain Copyright (c) 2019 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/408 Tue, 05 Nov 2019 00:00:00 +0000 Reasons and Impact of Environment Degradation in India http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/410 <p>In the present era where attaining the goals of sustainable development is a major concern for every economy, in such a situation the concept of protection of the environment from degradation can no longer be ignored by any sector then it hardly matters whether it is the private sector or government sector. The concept of environmental degradation refers to a deterioration of the earth’s environment through overconsumption of assets like air, water, and soil. Environmental degradation is of several types like the destruction of environments and the eradication of wildlife. This continuous degradation of the environmental has lead to many consequences like Air pollution; water pollution, garbage, and pollution of the natural environment.&nbsp; In many developing countries like India pollution has turned out one of the major challenges and primary causes of diseases and health issues as it has an impact on the livelihood of homosepians for the long term. In order to tackle all these challenges of environmental degradation, numeral studies have been conducted in both developing and developed countries by using various methods with a common aim of improving environmental quality. Some of the most commonly used strategies in this regard are minimizing exposure to environmental risk factors by enhancing air quality, access to improved sources of drinking and bathing water, sanitation and clean energy sources are found, as all these methods contribute significantly to the achievement goals of environmental sustainability and development which act as base for significant health benefits. This paper describes the national and global causes and consequences of environmental degradation. Moreover, the paper also put light on review of the literature on studies associated with reduced environmental risk and focusing on reduced air pollution, enhanced water quality and climate change mitigation.</p> Jatinder Kaur Copyright (c) 2019 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/410 Wed, 04 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0000 Climate Change – A Super Wicked Problem http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/407 <p>A wicked problem is that which does not have a simple solution. Infact, it is a problem that no one knows exactly how to solve as each solution leads to another problem. What makes wicked problems so complex is that if nothing is done about them they will become bigger problems and at the same time we may only have one chance to solve them. If our solutions are ineffective or &nbsp;take too long to apply and solve them we may not get a second chance.</p> Karan Jain Copyright (c) 2019 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/407 Wed, 23 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0000 Understanding the Client Pressure in Valuations of Tangible Assets http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/341 <p><em>With the increasing competition in the valuation industry, it has been found that the valuers are prone to fall prey to the client’s constant amount of pressure inflicted on them for manipulating the estimated amount. This paper investigates such similar scenarios holistically, inclining that such characteristics is very much evident throughout the world for which better care needs to be taken in order to avoid such bias. </em></p> Sayan Mukherjee Copyright (c) 2019 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/341 Mon, 21 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0000 THE COERCIVE “SPIRALS” OF POLICY-DRIVEN LIQUIDITY CRUNCH ON SMALL INFORMAL BUSINESSES IN SUB-URBAN KOLKATA http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/409 <p><em>The purpose of the present paper is to detect the immediate effects of the policy of demonetization (2016) in India on small informal businesses in sub-urban periphery </em><em>adjacent to the formal “core”</em><em>. The study has attempted to detect the influences of demonetization causing severe liquidity crunch faced by the </em><em>peripheral</em><em> informal businesses which require liquid cash for their day-to-day transactions. The study has also focused on the instance of suddenly driven </em><em>coercive “spirals” of the </em><em>counterfeit of supply of liquid cash in the market, if any, and the recurring problems faced by them after the event. </em><em>The selection of the sample region is on the basis of its peripheral informal proximity allowing formal-informal linkages in production, employment and exchanges with the “core”.</em></p> Sukanta Saha, Raybonto Chowdhury, Md. Tauhid Khan Copyright (c) 2019 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management http://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoDBCM/article/view/409 Fri, 07 Feb 2020 08:08:24 +0000