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Dr Prem Lal Joshi, an Eminent Scholar in Malaysia,basically from Uttarakhand

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एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:


It gives us immense pleasure to share information about ” Dr Prem Lal Joshi,  Professor of  University of Bahrain and  who hails from Pauri Garhwal Uttarakhand. Prof. Joshi worked for more than  two decades with the University of Bahrain as a senior Professor.  He taught at Garhwal university, NITIE, Mumbai, University of Bahrain, Bahrain, Bilkent University, Turkey, and University of Nairobi. He is the founder editor of two internaitonal journals in accounting. He has published more than 100 research papers in international journals all over th world.

Dr. Prem Lal Joshi  is an eminent scholar who has  earned  international reputation in  the field of accounting  education through teaching and  quality research.   Despite having several opportunities to work in North America, he preferred to work in  premier institutions  in developing  world, such as India ( HN  Bahuguna Garhwal  Univesity and NITIE, Mumbai)  Bahrain, Turkey, Kenya  and  Malaysia.  He has  traveled to more than forty five  countries in connection with his academic pursuits.  He is a prolific writer and  contributed over a hundred research papers in quality international journals  and also  he  authored several books in  Budgeting and Finance which are very well acclaimed by researchers and practitioners from industry and government.

Prof. Joshi  has been the founder and  Editor-in-Chief of two accredited international journals in Accounting which are published by reputed publishers from U.K. He is associated with several international institutions as  an external reviewer and experts.  He presented research papers in more than thirty fiver  international conferences all over the world and also chaired technical sessionin conferences of   European Accounting Association for two decades.  As a part of his community services,  he has conducted   many issued-based  global and national surveys   e.g.  Non-resident Indians' proud feelings toward India; Value-based journalism;  Value-based education; India's top-ranking B-Schools are at a crossroads; Survey of positive and negative aspects of the Indian administrative bureaucratic system etc.  These surveys were extensively reported by press. He is also a freelancer for  World Press Organization,  Asian Tribune and Patna Daily news.

Prof. Joshi is the receipient of several  awards  such as Hind Rattan award, Sardar Patel International awards,  NRI Institute’s education award, Bharat Gaurav award etc. He  has been listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the World for five times  consecutively.

Dr Joshi’s family  consists of  his wife Lila Joshi, a housewife, and three highly educated chidren, of which, a marreid daughter and two sons  and all of them have earned their higher and professional education from the leading universities  in  USA, UK and  Australia. They strongly believe in Indian value system. His son-in-law is  IIM (C) graduate,till recently held a senior VP  in MNC  in NY and now runs his own company.

Dr Joshi feels to be a proud Uttarakhandi as  economic hardships teach us to struggle in life, be strong, work hard, be a critical thinker  which enable us to achieve  global heights.

Name - Dr Prem Lal Joshi
04-02-1952 - 62 years & Garhwal, Uttarakhand , India

Marital status - Married and have three highly educated and well settled children.

Professor of Accounting and Chairman, Center for Excellence for Business Performance, Multimedia University, Malaysia Former Professor of Accounting, University of Bahrain .
Honorary Editor: International Journal of Accounting Auditing and Performance Evaluation, (IJAAPE), U.K.
Managing Editor: Afro Asian Journal of Finance and Accounting : An International Journal, (AAJFA), U.K.

A Brief History about Dr. P.L. Joshi:

Having attained B.Com, M.Com, degrees and Ph.D., he specializes in
Budgeting and Management Accounting, International Accounting, Accounting
Systems and Control.

Malaysia address:
Dr P L Joshi, Professor of Accounting
Faculty of Management Multimedia University (MMU)
Cyberjaya Campus: Jalan Multimedia 63100
(Tel +601126118825; +60383125786)
Email: prem@acadjoshi.com; prem.joshi@mmu.edu.my
Mumbai address:
403 A Florentine Tower, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, Mumbai , India
+91 22 25797612

Academic Qualifications:
B.Com. 1973 Delhi University (India) Accounting
M.Com. 1975 Delhi University (India) Accounting & Finance
Ph.D. 1981 Garhwal University (India) Commerce

Field of specialization:
Budgeting and Management Accounting,International Accounting.

Dr. Joshi was awarded a teacher fellowship by the Indian Council of Social Sciences Research (ICSSR, Government of India), in conjunction with his Ph.D. work during 1979-80. The place of research was Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University.

Dr. Joshi has been associated with various organizations as instructor,
trainer, consultant, examiner and reviewer. He has worked in India, Kenya,Turkey, and Bahrain. He participated in more than 33 International and National conferences. He is a prolofic author and he has published a large number of research papers and articles in refereed international and national journals and magazines. Dr. Joshi is among the rare Indian Accounting researchers who have the largest number of research papers published in international refereed journals. He is also the author of six books on Budgeting and Financial Accounting.

As a part of his community services, he is also a Freelancer to many
online newspapers and magazines e.g., World Press Org., Asian Tribune,
Atlantic Free Press, American Chronicle and NRIinternet.com .His thought provoking articles have been very well appreciated by the readers.

Dr. Joshi has visited, so far, to 68 countries in connection with
teaching, research, guest lecturing, community service, consultancy and
conferences. Some of the countries visited are: USA, Canada, Mexico,
Germany, France, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Belgium,
Netherlands, Spain, Malta, Cyprus, Turkey, most of the countries in MiddleEast, Singapore, Thailand, Nepal, Czech Republic, Malaysia, Australia, NZ,Kenya, Nigeria, Poland, China, Hong Kong etc.

Dr. Joshi has been actively engaged in the promotion of global research in accounting area. He is the founding Editor-in-Chief of two leading
international journals, both of them are published by Inderscience
Enterprises, UK, the world's leading publisher of over 150 international journals (www.inderscience.com.

This is the Official website of Dr Prem Lal Joshi


M S Mehta

एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:
The two journals are:

1. International Journal of Accounting Auditing and Performance
Evaluation (IJAAPE):

2. Afro Asian JOurnal of Finance and Accounting (AAJFA):
Editorial Board Member:

● International Journal of Business and Finance    Research, USA (since 2006- present).

● Asian Review of Accounting, Australia (since 1998-present).   

●  Arab Journal of Accounting,  GCC (since 2005- present)

● Asian Journal of Finance and Accounting, Australia (2009-present).
Ad hoc Reviewer for International/regional Journals:

    International Journal of Accounting, USA.   
    International Journal of Auditing, UK.
    Journal of Ecological Economics (International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE), Boston, USA. 
    Advances in  Accounting , USA.
    Meditari: Research in Accounting, South Africa.
    International Journal of Management Education, UK.
    British Accounting Review, UK.
    Managerial  Auditing Journal, UK.
    International Journal of Accounting and Finance, UK.
    Journal of African Business and Management.
    Journal of Financial Management & Analysis, India.
    Vikalpa,   Journal of IIM, Ahemdabad, India.
    Journal of Administrative Sciences, Kuwait University, Kuwait.

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    Listed in Marquis Who's Who in the World in its 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th   Editions (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 publications),USA.

    Listed in Marquis Who's Who in Finance and Industry (2009-10), USA.

    Listed in 'International Who's Who’, USA (2005-6).

    Listed in Global Register of Who’s Who for Executives and Professionals, USA (2006).

    Listed in 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of 21st Century (2006),   International Biographical Centre, and Cambridge, England.

    Honored as    “NRI of the Month –April 2006” by  nriinternet.com      http://www.nriinternet.com/NRI_OF_THE_MONTH/INDEX.htm

    Fellow (Academic) Association of International Accountants, U.K (2007).

    Conferred with HIND RATTAN AWARD (Jewel of India) by NRI Welfare Society of India on the eve of Indian Republic Day on 25th January, 2009 in New Delhi. http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/90261
    Conferred with  “ Bharat Gaurav Award ( Pride of India)” by  Chief guest Mr.  Mukul Wasnik, Minister for Social justice and Empowerment, Government of India and Dr. Faroq Abdulla, Minister 

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Refereed International Journals:

A): Publications in refereed International/Regional  journals.

    A study of auditors perceptions on financial reporting abuses in Bahrain, communicated.
    Some aspects of   the adoption of IFRS-4 (Insurance Contract) by insurance companies in Bahrain:  An exploratory study, under review, (co-author: Kousay Said).
    Diffusion of management Accounting Practices in Gulf Cooperation Council, ,  Accounting Perspective,  Vol. 10, No 4, 2011 ( refereed),  Canada (co-authors: Wayne, and  Ashutosh).
    Determinants of environmental disclosures by Indian industrial listed companies: Empirical study,  International Journal of Accounting and Finance, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2011 ( refereed), UK (co-author: Mishiel and Rajesh Kumar).   

     Use and usefulness of financial, non-financial and subjective measures for performance evaluation by industrial companies in Bahrain,  ,  International Journal of Managerial and Financial Accounting, Vol. 3, No.2, 2011 (refereed),   UK ( co-author: Rajesh Kumar and Jasim Al   Azmi).
    A survey of positive and negative aspects of the Indian Administrative Bureaucratic System,   International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management (IJICBM), forthcoming, 2011 ( refereed), UK (co-author: Rajesh Kumar).
     A study of compliance with International Auditing Standards (ISAs) by auditors in Bahrain, International Journal of Applied Decision Sciences (IJADS), Vol. 3, No.3  2010 (refereed), UK (co-authors:  Jasim AlAjmi and  Ashutosh).
    Study of audit-client relationships and  problems faced in Bahraini organizations,  Advances in Accounting, Vol. 25, No 2, 2009,  (refereed), USA (co-authors: Wayne, Jasim Al-Ajmi).
    Perceptions  of accounting professionals  in  the   conversion  and implementation of  a  single set of global Accounting standard: Evidence from Bahrain, Advances in Accounting Incorporating International Accounting ,Vol. 24, No.1,  2008 (refereed), USA (co-authors: Wayne, Jasim AlAjmi).
    Multinational corporations’ corporate social and environmental   reporting on Websites,      International Journal of Commerce and Management, Vol. 19. No 1, 2009, (refereed), USA ( co-author:   Simon Gao).
    Reflections on teaching Accounting courses in  some developing countries: Is achieving excellence possible? Arab Journal of Accounting, Vol. 12, No 1, May, 2009 (refereed), GCC countries.
    A study of  auditors' perceptions on audit evidence gathering techniques in Bahrain,   Afro Asian Journal of  Finance and Accounting, Vol. 1, No 4, 2009 (refereed), UK (co-author: Ashutosh Deshmukh).
    Non-audit services and auditor independence: empirical findings from Bahrain,   International Journal of Accounting Auditing and Performance Evaluation, Vol. 4, No.1 2007 (refereed), UK., (co-authors: Wayne and Hemlata).
    Reflections on the emerging world-class Business Schools in India, Harvard International Review, July, 2006,   (refereed), USA. http://hir.harvard.edu/indian-management-giants
    Changing  dimensions of  accountants' role and skill requirements  in organizations: findings from the corporate sector in Bahrain, International  Journal of Accounting Auditing and Performance Evaluation Vol. 1, No.3,  2004 (refereed),  UK., (co-author:  Wayne  B.).
    Accounting development and practices in the Kingdom of Bahrain, a chapter in Asian Accounting handbook: A user's guide to the Accounting environment in 16 countries (refereed) , edited  by Professor Shahrokh M. Saudagaran,  Thompson Publishers,  2004, (refereed),USA.
     Functioning of audit committees in Bahrain: empirical findings, Managerial Auditing   Journal, Vol. 19, No.7, 2004 (refereed), UK, (co-author: Amal Wakil).
     Financial reporting on the Internet: empirical evidence  from Bahrain  and Kuwait,    Asian Review of Accounting (refereed), Vol. 11, No.1,  2003, (refereed) Australia,    (co-author: Jawaher Al-Modhahki).
     Role and functions of audit committees in Indian corporate governance: empirical findings, International Journal of Auditing Vol.8, No.1, 2004 (refereed), UK, (co-author:  Jawaher Al- Modhahki).
    Judgment based- accounting: a survey of accountants' practices in   Bahrain,   Arab Journal of Accounting, Vol. 7, No.1. 2004 (refereed), GCC countries,   (co-authors:  Al-Bastaki, H. and Jawaher Al-Modhahki).
    Corporate budget planning, control and performance evaluation in Bahrain, Managerial Auditing Journal, Vol. 18, No.3, 2003 (refereed),   UK. (Co-author:  Jawaher Al-Modhahki, Wayne  B.).
    Interim reporting practices by companies in Bahrain: an empirical study of early adoption of IAS 34, Advances in International Accounting, Vol. 16, 2003 (refereed),USA. (co-author: Wayne B..).
    The adoption of International Accounting Standards by small and closely-held companies: evidence from Bahrain, The International Journal of Accounting, Vol.37, No.4, 2003 (refereed),   USA. (co-author: Sayel  R. ).
    Harmonization of  Accounting Standards in Gulf Countries, Delhi Business  Review, Vol.4, No.1, 2003, (refereed),   India  (co-author:  Jawaher Al-Modhahki).
    International accounting and the accounting curriculum: a survey of perceptions of corporate chief accountants from Bahrain, Meditari: Accounting Research Pretoria University, Vol. 10,  2002 (refereed), South Africa (co-author: Hasan Al- Bastaki).
    Accountants’ perceptions of internal control problems associated with the used of computerized accounting systems: evidence from Bahrain, Review of Business Information Systems, Vol.6, No 3, 2002 (refereed), USA.  (co-author Sayel R.  and Salwa  H.).
    Empirical study of compliance with International Accounting Standard (IAS-1) by Stock Exchange Listed companies in Bahrain,   Journal of  Financial Management & Analysis: An International Review, Vol.14, No.2, 2001, (refereed) India (co-author: Jawaher Al-Modhahki).
     The international diffusion of new management accounting practices: the case of India, Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation Vol. 10, No. 1, 2001 (refereed), USA.
    An empirical examination of the relationships among budget participation, information asymmetry, budget emphasis, budget attitudes and budgetary slack: evidence based on case study from Bahrain Research in Emerging Economies, Vol. 4, 2000 (refereed),   UK.
    Factors determining financial reporting on the Internet by banks in   Bahrain, Review of Accounting Information Systems, Vol. 4. No 3, 2000 (refereed),  USA. (co-author:  Al-Bastaki H.).
    Determination of audit fees: evidence from listed companies in Bahrain,   International Journal of Auditing Vol. 4, 2000 (refereed) ,U.K. (co-author:  Al- Bastaki H.).
    An  analytical examination of the accounting practices for computer software costs in Bahrain,  Asia Pacific Journal, of Accounting  Vol. 6, No.1, 1999  (refereed) Hong Kong, (co-author:  Al-Bastaki H.).
    Budgeting practices in the banking sector in Bahrain: empirical research findings, Journal of Financial Management and Analysis: An International Review, Vol.10, No.2, 1999 (refereed), India.
     An empirical study of the determinants of audit fees in banking industry in Bahrain, Electronic Accounting Review, 1998 (refereed), Canada.
    A survey of environmental accounting and reporting in Bahrain, Journal of Applied Accounting Research, Vol. 5, No. 1, 1999, (refereed), UK. (co-author: Jenny).
    Development of accounting standards and adoption of  IASs: Perceptions of   accountants from a developing country,  Asian Review  of Accounting, Vol.7, No.2, 1999, (refereed) Australia (co-author: Al-Bastaki H.).
    An empirical study of the multiple roles of budgets in Bahraini  organizations,  Indian Accounting Review, Vol. 2, No.2,   1999, (refereed) India,  (co-author: Jasim Abdulla).
    An exploratory study of Activity-Based Costing practices and benefits in large size manufacturing companies in India,   Accounting and Business Review Vol. 4, No 1, 1998, (refereed) Nanyang University of Technology, Singapore.
    A global survey of the perceptions of accounting educators on the international harmonization of accounting standards and practices, Meditari: Research in Accounting, Vol. 6, 1998,  (refereed), Pretoria University, South Africa.
    Budgetary control and performance evaluation systems in corporations in Bahrain, Asian Review of Accounting, Vol.4. No.2, 1996 (refereed), Australia, (co-author: Jasim Abdulla).
    Perceptions of international accounting harmonization issues: Evidence from a developing economy,  Meditari, Research in Accounting (refereed), University of Pretoria, Vol. 1, 1996,(refereed) South Africa (co-author: Jasim Abdulla).
    An examination of the relationships among budget partici­pation, information asymmetry,   budget emphasis, budget attitudes and budgetary slack, Malaysian Management Review, 1995,  (refereed) Malaysia (co-author, Jasim Abdulla).
    Accounting standards and corporate financial reporting in India, Asian Review of  Accounting, Vol. 3, No 2,  1995, (refereed), Australia (co-author: Jasim Abdulla).
    An Investigation into the information requirements of Indian private investors within annual reports, Accounting Forum, Vol. 18,  No 2, 1994 (refereed), Australia (co-author: Jasim Abdulla).
    Nominal stock returns and inflation rates: Evidence from the Indian stock market, Journal of Financial Management & Analysis: International Review of Finance, Vol. 7, No.1, 1994 (refereed, India.
    Do Indian companies with less dependence on institutional investment operate on high capital gear? A methodological analysis, Journal of Financial Management & Analysis, Inter­national Review of Finance, Vol.5, No.2,  1992, (refereed), India. ,
    Using discriminant analysis to determine as set of financial ratios to control the company level performance: an empirical study of the paint industry in India, Finance India, and Vol. 5. No.3, 1991 (refereed), India.
    Zero based budgeting: A survey of practices in India, Omega, International Journal of Management Sciences, Vol. 17, No 4,  1989 (refereed), UK.
    Predicting corporate sickness using multiple discriminant analysis, The Chartered Accountant, 1992, (refereed), India.
    Management strategies and shareholders value: Experiences of Indian companies, Indian Management 1992, (refereed) India, (co-author: Philipose S.).
    Small business corporations in Turkey: Accountants’ attitudes towards accounting principles, The Chartered Accountant, 1991 (refereed), India (co-author: Agarwal, N.K.).
    Efficient market hypothesis in Indian context, Yapi  Kredit Economic Review, 1991 (refereed), Turkey.
    A survey of capital budgeting practices and inflation adjustment, The Chartered Accountant, 1985, (refereed), India.
    A preview of Performance and Zero-Based Budgeting, a chapter (chapter-36) in Financial Management: authored by I.M. Pandey,  8th edition,  Vikas  Publishers, (refereed), India.

B)  Articles in non-refereed journals/ magazines/Websites:

     INDIA: Bureaucracy needs reform, University World News, UK, June 13, 2010, Issue No 128.  http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20100611211014952
    All is not well, Gifiles India, July, 2010.  http://gfilesindia.com/title.aspx?title_id=143
     A message to HRD Ministry in India on IITs Professors' hunger strike.September 29, 2009  http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/121079#
     Bollywood megastar, academic honor and racism: A dilemma,    Gulf  Weekly,  June 10-16,  2009 .  http://www.gulf-daily-news.com/NewsDetails.aspx?storyid=252788
    Newspapers in Asia and the Middle East Region do not disclose code of ethics policy in their Websites. http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/5537         
    INDIA: Teaching film to glamorize an MBA, University World News, UK, and March 1,   2009.  http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20090226171506452
    Slumdog Millionaire” not a slum-dunk for Mumbai tourism. http://www.eturbonews.com/8063/slumdog-millionaire-not-slum-dunk-mumbai-tourism
    Value-based Journalism :  An examination of the perceptions of  newspaper  journalists from round the world,   E-Social Sciences

            (Also see  global  news reports on this study)
             http://www.editorsweblog.org/newsrooms_and_journalism/2008/02/valuebased_journalism_an_im                 ortant_goal.php

    Enhancing educational and cultural values (Value-Based Education)   among students in Persian Gulf-based Indian schools: A study, World Press Review,  2008.  http://www.worldpress.org/Asia/2988.cfm
    India's top ranking B-Schools are at a crossroads, World Press Review          http://www.worldpress.org/Asia/2346.cfm    (This article has been widely quoted by researchers)
    Some reflections on Non-Resident Indians' proud feelings toward India: A global survey, World Press   Org.  http://www.worldpress.org/Asia/2556.cfm

       See the news item on this study:

    Survey Reveals NRI Perceptions About India, Arab News


    NRIs proud of Indian culture, history study: http://www.khaleejtimes.com/DisplayArticleNew.asp?xfile=data/subcontinent/2007/January/subcontinent_January11.xml&section=subcontinent&col=
    Political governance and corruption in India, Asian Tribune, December 26, 2005    http://www.asiantribune.com/oldsite/show_news.php?id=16559
    Adherence of Indian news channels to cardinal principles of broadcasting: A survey of the perceptions of Persian Gulf-Based Indians

           see the news item on this study:
           http://www.gulftimes.com/site/topics/printArticle.asp?                                          cu_no=2&item_no=133661&version=1&template_id=40&parent_id=22

    Some reflections on the Asian journalists’ perceptions on Value-based Journalism: A survey, Yemen Times, http://yementimes.com/print_article.shtml?i=1146&p=report&a=2
    Citizens participation in budgeting, April 7, 2005, Asian Tribune http://www.asiantribune.com/oldsite/show_news.php?id=17543
    Corporate social and environmental reporting on websites by multinational companies , UOB  News & Views, December, 2005. 
    The Indian Institutes of Managements (IIMs) globalization: are they really ready for It? Asian Tribune, February 2, 2006.
    The state of Indian B-Schools,  Business World, http://www.businessworldindia.com/issue/index.asp
    It is time for IIMs to go global too, INDUS Business Journal, Boston,  USA, March 15, 2006.
    Mumbai is the rudest city in the world: A survey by Reader's Digest
    Reader's Digest survey on politeness: Is it promoting Anglo-American norms of politeness universally, http://www.asiantribune.com/?q=node/869/print 
    Asians lack politeness in survey of world cities http://www.worldpress.org/Asia/2392.cfm
    Hindustan  Khush Hua,  March 5, 2006, (Commentary on Mr. Bush 's visit to India)  NRIInternet.com  and Hindustan Times.   http://www.nriinternet.com/NRI_Columnists/E_Q/J/Prem_Joshi/6_Hindustan_khush_hua_030506.htm
    Commentary: Political comedian as visiting Professor in management institution  in India,  Asian Tribune, September 16, 2006.
    E-commerce and accounting issues, Businessman, Bahrain, December-Jan 2002, Bahrain.
    International accounting standard-39: problems and confusion in implementation, a survey, University News and Views, January 2002.
    Importance and management of time for managers and students, University News and Views (ARABIC), January, 2002, Bahrain.
    Applications of international Accounting standards: case studies, University News and Views (ARABIC), February, 2002, Bahrain.
    Accounting information systems: case study, University News and Views (ARABIC), March 2002, Bahrain.
    Firms adopt scientific methods to evaluate performance, Bahrain Tribune, June 27, 2001.   Bahrain.
    E-commerce gaining foothold in Bahrain, Bahrain Tribune, July 28, 2001 and www.middleeatwire.co..bahain/business/stories/20010728.meno.shtml
    More transparency needed in financial statements, Bahrain Tribune, July 3, 2001. Bahrain.
    Skill requirements for the accounting profession, University News and Views,  April-May, 2001, Bahrain.
    The practice of forensic accounting and auditing, University News and Views, July, 2001,    Bahrain.
    Transparency in information disclosure, University News and View, November 2001,   Bahrain.
    Audit quality in Bahrain, Businessman, Bahrain, December 2001, Bahrain.
    Harmonization of accounting standards in GCC countries, University News and Views  (ARABIC), December 2001, Bahrain.
    Financial reporting beyond 2000: a survey from Bahrain, University News and Views, December 2001, Bahrain.
    Budgets as Pressure devices: Some behavioral Characteristics of managers, Management   Accountant, 1993, 28(3),  India.
    Determinants of capital structure: A factorial analytical approach, Productivity Review, April-June, 1993, India.
    Activity based costing, Management Accountant, June, 1992, India.
    ZBB in Maharashtra: some issues, Times of India, Mumbai, 1989
    Inventory budget planning, Udyog  Pragathi, 1988, India.
    ZBB and performance auditing, The Management Accountant, 1988, India.
    Capital expenditure planning: A case study of food product company, Purchase Journal,     1988, India.
    Zero based budgeting: methodology and applications in industries, Management Review, NM Institute of Management Studies & Research, 1988, India.
    ZBB: Issues of relevance, Indian Journal of Accounting, 1987, India.
    Reliability of financial statements: Some observations, The Management Accountant, 1986, India.
    The changing role of finance functions, Udyog Pragathi, 1985, India.
    Transfer pricing: a case study, The Management Accountant, 1985, India.
    The art of management auditing, The Management Accountant, 1984, India.
    Lease if you please (revisited), Chartered Secretary, 1983, India.
    Lease if you please, Chartered Secretary, 1982, India.
    Applicability of statistical sampling in auditing, Indian Journal of Commerce, 1982, India.
    Lease evaluation models, Management Review, 1981, Kenya.


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