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COVID-19 TESTING IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES – PART III

COVID-19 TESTING IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES – PART III

Submitted by • about 17 hours ago

www.rsb.edu.in - The word Timocracy appeared in a cryptic crossword last week. I google it to find out that the Greek philosopher Plato had described various forms of state and governance, including this one. If I have understood ancient Greek correctly, in ...

Gamification as an Engagement Tool in HR

Gamification as an Engagement Tool in HR

Submitted by • about 2 days ago

www.rsb.edu.in - In the present organizational retention context, firms are exploring newer ways and strategic ways of engaging, developing and retaining talent. Gamification is one such move in human resource management that has been showing results in achieving strategic objectives. Gamification is ...

Notes from the past – a reading of Jaime Breitnauer’s “The Spanish Flu Epidemic and Its Influence on History”

Notes from the past – a reading of Jaime Breitnauer’s “The Spanish Flu Epidemic and Its Influence on History”

Submitted by • about 3 days ago

www.rsb.edu.in - In the malaise that grips an individual caught in the middle of a pandemic is the foreboding that no one knows anything about it. Even the name of the virus “novel coronavirus” implies that human society has not seen anything ...

Gamification Challenges in Managing HR Processes

Gamification Challenges in Managing HR Processes

Submitted by • about 1 week ago

www.rsb.edu.in - Gamification uses the basic elements of games like fun, play, transparency, design, competition and addiction and applies these to a range of real-world HR processes of an organization, starting from recruiting to learning and development that enhances employees’ active involvement ...

The relationship between accounting determined risk measures and market-determined equity beta

The relationship between accounting determined risk measures and market-determined equity beta

Submitted by • about 1 week ago

www.rsb.edu.in - An investment decision is the most crucial aspect of financial management. Consequently, financial economists strive to improve the modelling of financial markets to make better investment decisions.A very important parameter of investment decision is a risk. Even though the academic ...

Infodemic Tolls on Physical and Mental Health during Pandemic

Infodemic Tolls on Physical and Mental Health during Pandemic

Submitted by • October 8, 2020

www.rsb.edu.in - The term “Infodemic” refers to information plus epidemic and means the supply of excessive information that leads to the problem statement, and that makes a solution to them difficult to find. In other words, an infodemic refers to that large ...

COVID-19 TESTING IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES – PART II

COVID-19 TESTING IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES – PART II

Submitted by • October 7, 2020

www.rsb.edu.in - I compared the emphasis on testing between various countries, over the seven month period from December 31st 2019 to July 30th 2020. Many countries did not report cases in the early months, but the mean comparison over the extended period ...

Stigma around COVID Survivors Silences the Joy of Recovery

Stigma around COVID Survivors Silences the Joy of Recovery

Submitted by • October 5, 2020

www.rsb.edu.in - The coronavirus pandemic has spread all over the world, and the lockdown was observed for an extensive period of time, across the country making people stressed out staying at home. The impact of coronavirus pandemic has affected lots of people ...

Blue Or Black: The Impact of Pandemic on Tourism Industry Worldwide

Blue Or Black: The Impact of Pandemic on Tourism Industry Worldwide

Submitted by • October 1, 2020

www.rsb.edu.in - The tourism industry had faced the greatest impact during this pandemic and faced lots of economic loss. The COVID-19 had a major impact on the travel industry because it plays a major role in one’s daily life, due to this ...

COVID-19 TESTING IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES

COVID-19 TESTING IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES

Submitted by • September 29, 2020

www.rsb.edu.in - In my last blog, I looked at the stringency index of 30 countries. This is an index devised by the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford and is an aggregate of 9 measures of government enforcement on ...