Jaheer Mukthar Kp

Jaheer Mukthar Kp
Kristu Jayanti College · Department of Economics

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Introduction
Researcher/Affordable Housing initiatives /Housing /sustainable Housing models /FDI/Financial markets
Additional affiliations
July 2020 - present
Kristu Jayanti College
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
January 2010 - March 2020
Cochin University of Science and Technology
Position
  • Researcher
Education
January 2010 - July 2011
Cochin University of Science and Technology
Field of study
  • Applied Economics
July 2007 - July 2009
Farook College
Field of study
  • Economics

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Publications (40)
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The temporal relation between stock index and Index futures has been and continues to be of interest of regulators, academicians and practitioners alike for a number of reasons such as market efficiency volatility and arbitrage. In perfectly efficient markets profitable arbitrage should not exist as the price adjusts instantaneously and fully to ne...
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FDI has been used by developing countries as a tool to solve their economic problems in the recent past. In developing countries, FDI helps to tackle socioeconomic problems such as unemployment, deficit in balance of payment, lack of capacity, scarcity of foreign exchange, and poor technological ability, etc. Many analysts express the belief that t...
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In the recent competitive world, the retail business has to provide state-of-art quality services to their customers like ever before. The large volume of data is more efficiently used to promote their business through strong support with Artificial Intelligence (AI). A particular system of developments and its application in computers with human i...
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The power of the internet and electronic devices allowed the learners to adopt the insights of concepts at any time. The place denotes that the learning is not limited to one single place like within the walls of a class in school or colleges. It is accessible anywhere in the world. Thirdly, the path refers to that there is a limited way of pedagog...
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Purpose: This paper aims to analyze the effect of the future display to know the changing scenario of the promotion tactics used for sales especially the display matrix and its importance. Design/methodology/approach: A complete of fifty retail stores were personally surveyed with a structured questionnaire. These retailers are spread across the we...
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Due to the globalization of education, the number of international students studying in Asian countries has increased. Additionally, the number of Vietnamese students who choose to study in Asian countries like Taiwan is steadily rising. In particular, the number of Vietnamese students has doubled within the past two years, and Vietnam is Taiwan's...
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Women are playing a key role in family and in the society by contributing workforce and shaping the new world. Among various people living in India, tribal group established as weaker section of the society, even though tribes are very unique in nature. The vulnerability and noiselessness arrive at the point of their illiteracy and poverty. This st...
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The present study aims to examine the effect of the combination of learning methods, in which diverse IT resources are applied to facilitate study activities of Vietnamese undergraduate students. The main focus of this study is that in the blended learning context of Vietnam education, the combination of various communication means such as F2F and...
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Street vending occupation is playing a key role in eradicating unemployment and acting as a poverty alleviation tool in India. Among the informal jobs in India, street vending is having the unique feature of providing a self-employment avenue compare to all other informal jobs. The informal jobs are classified into two major categories namely infor...
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The present study was carried out with the support of secondary data collected from various sources such as gold council of India, National Stock Exchange and Security Exchange Board of India (SEBI). The year-wise data were collected for 20 years from 2000 to 2019 and the daily prices such as gold price, Nifty points, and Crude oil prices are calcu...
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The women constitute 48.1 percent of the total population in India. (CIA, 2020). The women pay vital place within the fisheries societies, that they are often invisible unsupported or not recognized. In the economic activities of fisheries, women are mostly engaged in post-harvest of fishes among the marine fisher communities in India. Because, the...
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India is one among the fastest growing economies and is the largest democratic country in the world. It is the third largest economic in terms of its Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) and the tenth industrialized country of the world. India's burgeoning population, and its public debt and fiscal deficit would continue to be sustainable only if the Indi...
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As the regionalization efforts of international trade gets widened primarily due to limited progress at the multilateral trade negotiations, India is making serious regional engagements to consolidate its trade positions. India ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (IAFTA) generated intense discussion on the economic impact on India's trade in goods particula...
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As the regionalization efforts of international trade gets widened primarily due to limited progress at the multilateral trade negotiations, India is making serious regional engagements to consolidate its trade positions. India ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (IAFTA) generated intense discussion on the economic impact on India's trade in goods particula...
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FDI has been used by developing countries as a tool to solve their economic problems in the recent past. In developing countries, FDI helps to tackle socioeconomic problems such as unemployment, deficit in balance of payment, lack of capacity, scarcity of foreign exchange, and poor technological ability, etc. Many analysts express the belief that t...
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Housing shortage is a major problem in India, urban housing shortage being more acute than the rural. In the current scenario, the Government of India is committed to the national goal of 'Affordable Housing for All by 2022'. In view of the immense potential of housing investments for the economic development of a nation due to its vast linkages, a...
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Housing shortage is a major problem in India, urban housing shortage being more acute than the rural. In the current scenario, the Government of India is committed to the national goal of 'Affordable Housing for All by 2022'. Given the immense potential of housing development for the economic development of the nation because of its vast linkage ef...
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The fisheries resource in Kerala is on the threshold and stagnation and a collapse of fisheries will affect the livelihood of fishermen and other stake holders who largely depend on fisheries. In India we can"t have moratorium on catching as the population who depend on fisheries resources is high. Focusing the issues technological change, moderniz...
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Kerala is demographically one of the most advanced states in India. Post-independence, State witnessed significant progress in human development; it boasts highest literacy rates and has one of the best health care systems in the country. Alongside growth, there are two parallel trends, a growing graying population and the increasing outward migrat...
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While Kerala made remarkable achievement with respect to the mortality and fertility, the level of morbidity is reported to be high and this started debate on the “ low mortality and high morbidity syndrome” in Kerala. This debate concentrated around whether the high morbidity in Kerala was real perceived, given the high literacy, better health car...
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Study attempted to examine the price discovery and causal relationship between spot and future market and also to verify whether future or spot market has greater sped of adjustment to the long term equilibrium value. For this purpose study has employed unit root tests such as Dickey Fuller and Augmented Dickey Fuller tests, Johansen’s cointegratio...
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NREGA recently renamed as Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGREGA), is one of the largest rights-based social protection initiatives in the world. NREGA is the first ever law, internationally, that guarantees wage employment at an unprecedented scale. The programme has also initiated the worlds largest financial inclusion mea...
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The Indian capital market has witnessed many changes in the past decade. A major reform undertaken by SEBI was the introduction of derivative products: Index future, Index options, stock options and stock future, in a phased manner starting from June 2000. The analysis of price discovery and information flow across cash and future markets has recei...

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