Literature Review of Mutual Funds

Sharpe (1966) in order to evaluate the risk-adjusted performance of mutual funds introduced the measure known as reward-to-variability ratio (Currently Sharpe Ratio). With the help of this ratio he evaluated the return of 34 open-end mutual funds in the period...

Importance of Corporate Governance

OECD Principles describe corporate governance in terms of relationship between management of company, its shareholders, its board and other stakeholders. It is a system which is used for the purpose of controlling and directing the companies. Corporate governance is...

Types of Plagiarism

Plagiarism is a special type of bribery in which the recognition for others’ work is taken. This bribe is done by copying others’ work and giving ones own name. Using any single sentence, paragraph, complete report from any source is considered as plagiarism except in...

Primary Data Collection Methods

Data collection refers to the gathering of set of observations about variables and it is the starting point of research methods. Basically, there are two types of data which are: primary data and secondary data. Primary data is received from first hand sources such...

Non-Probability Sampling Techniques

Non-probability sampling is a form of sampling technique in which the subset of population is not achieved by chance or probability but by some logic. Here, we should know that there is difference between sampling and sample; sampling refers to the selection of subset...
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