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Emerging Trends in Banking and Finance

Emerging Trends in Banking and Finance

Editors

  • Dr. Mayakkannan Raman, Chief Editor, Mayas Publication, India and Asst. Prof., Sri Sankara Arts and Science College, Tamilnadu, India
  • Dr. Riyas Kalathinkal, Prof, University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Oman
  • Rashad. PP, Research Scholar, Calicut University, Kerala, India
  • Dinu Fathima, Research Scholar, Bharathidasan University, Tamilnadu, India
  • Important Dates

    • Proposals Submission Deadline: 2021-05-20
    • Full Chapters Due: 2021-06-10
    • Submission Date: 2021-06-15
    • Notification of Acceptance: 2021-06-17
    • Full Chapter Submission: 2021-06-20
    • Review Results Returned: 2021-06-20
    • Final Acceptance Notification: 2021-08-05
    • Final Chapter Submission: 2021-08-30

    Objective: The book objective is to provide research and applied coverage of subjects to the Emerging trends in Banking and Finance. Providing a forum for exchanging research ideas researchers, including Practitioners.
    Target Audience: Academicians in higher educational institutions, Practitioners | Researchers | Students | Writers, Corporate Managers, Policy Makers | Government Leaders, Libraries and Information Centers Serving the need of the above.
    Recommended Topics: Statistical and Empirical Financial Studies, Bank Assurance, Banking Crises, Derivatives and Structured Financial Products, Efficiency and Performance of Financial Institutions and Banks, Investment Banking, Interest Free Banking, Islamic Banking.
    Submission Procedure: Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before 20 May 2021, a chapter proposal of 1000 to 2000 words clearly explaining the Mission and concerns of his or her proposed chapter. On 30 May 2021, authors will be notified about the status of their proposals and sent chapters guidelines. Complete chapters are expected to be submitted by 10 June 2021 and all interested authors must consult the policies for manuscript submissions at https://www.mayas.info/online_submission.php before submission. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on double-blind review basis. Contributors may also be requested to serve as reviewers for this project.
    Publisher: Mayas Publication

    For further inquiries please contact us at:
    Dr. Mayakkannan Raman, India
    Email: maya1984kannan@gmail.com


    1. Digital Banking and Senior Citizens: Perceptions and Experiences     View PDF

    • Dr. Manoj Narayanan K S, Basil M Raju, Merin Elizabeth Cherian

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    Brick and Mortar system is becoming an old story in the field of banking. Every service at a single tap is the today’s necessity. Digital banking became the necessity of the society and the prior concern of banking officials.



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    Digital Technologies in Agriculture and Rural areas

    Historically, agriculture has undergone a series of revolutions that have driven efficiency, yield and profitability to previously unattainable levels. Market forecasts for the next decade suggest a ‘digital agricultural revolution’ will be the newest shift which could help ensure agriculture meets the needs of the global population into the future. Digitalization will change every part of the agrifood chain. Management of resources throughout the system can become highly optimized, individualized, intelligent and anticipatory. It will function in real time in a hyper-connected way, driven by data. Value chains will become traceable and coordinated at the most detailed level whilst different fields, crops and animals can be accurately managed to their own optimal prescriptions. Digital agriculture will create systems that are highly productive, anticipatory and adaptable to changes such as those caused by climate change. This, in turn, could lead to greater food security, profitability and sustainability. In the context of the Sustainable Development Goals, digital agriculture has the potential to deliver economic benefits through increased agricultural productivity, cost efficiency and market opportunities, social and cultural benefits through increased communication and inclusivity and environmental benefits through optimized resource use as well as adaptation to climate change.

    Editors

    • Dr. P. Arunachalam Professor and Head, Department of Applied Economics, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi-22
  • Dr. R.Mayakkannan Assistant Professor of Commerce, Sri Sankara Arts and Science College, Enathur, Kanchipuram -631561
  • Important Dates

    • Proposals Submission Deadline: 2021-07-25
    • Full Chapters Due: 2021-07-30
    • Submission Date: 2021-07-30
    • Notification of Acceptance: 2021-08-15
    • Full Chapter Submission: 2021-07-15
    • Review Results Returned: 2021-08-20
    • Final Acceptance Notification: 2021-07-25
    • Final Chapter Submission: 2021-08-25

    Objective: The aims to identify the different scenarios where the process of digital transformation is taking place in agriculture. This identifies those aspects of basic conditions, such as those of infrastructure and networks, affordability, education and institutional support. In addition, enablers are identified, which are the factors that allow adopting and integrating changes in the production and decision-making processes. Finally identify through cases, existing literature and reports how substantive changes are taking place in the adoption of digital technologies in agriculture.
    Target Audience: Research Scholar, Academician, Students and Policy Makers
    Recommended Topics: 1.The digital agriculture revolution 2. Conditions for a digital transformation 3. IT infrastructure and networks in rural areas 4. Educational attainment, digital literacy and employment in rural areas 5. Policies and programmes for enabling digital agriculture 6. Use of digital technologies among rural populations and farmers 7. Digital skills among rural populations 8. Digital agripreneurial and innovation culture 9. Impact of the use of digital technologies in agrifood systems
    Submission Procedure: Researches and Practitioners are invited to submit on or before July 30, 2021, a chapter proposal of 1000 to 2000 words clearly explaining the Mission and concerns of his or her proposed chapter. On July 30, 2021, authors will be notified about the status of their proposals and sent chapters’ guidelines. Complete chapters are expected to be submitted by July 30, 2021, and all interested authors must consult the policies for manuscript submissions at https://mayas.info/online_submission.php before submission. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on double-blind review basis. Contributors may also be requested to serve as reviewers for this project.
    Publisher: Mayas Publication

    For further inquiries please contact us at:
    Dr. Mayakkannan Raman, India
    Email: maya1984kannan@gmail.com


    1. Covid-19(s) Impact on Rural Communities: Educational Attainment, Digital Literacy, Employment, Rapid Innovation and Ideas for the Future     View PDF

    • Avhad Sunil B

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    Covid-19(s), a global pandemic, has forced humankind to keep a social distance. It has had a negative impact on the Agriculture and education, which is one of the most crucial factors determining a country(s) economic future.



    2. Value of Life Skill in the Aftermath of Covid19     View PDF

    • A. Jayasree, Dr. N. Murugeswari

    15 -- 19
    One reason why birds and horses are not unhappy is because they are not trying to impress other birds and horses. These thought provoking lines of Dale Carnegie remind us of the ability of animals and birds to live in the present moment. Life skill is the skill to live happily, enjoying the stockpile in a fruitful way. This does mean that the route and goal selected must be straight and nonviolent. Otherwise the result will be more catastrophical than nonaction. COVID19 taught people in educational, cultural, political, financial and other areas to change challenges to opportunities through online activities. It literally opened up a Pandoras box of opportunities, which demands a meticulous supervision in the case of youngsters.



    3. Financial Parametres: How Inter Related Awareness Level of Kerala Households     View PDF

    • Dr. Sajeeve V P

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    Do people in highly literate states Kerala are financially well educated and reasonably risk-aware to be risk-taking and realasing the inter-relationship between financial variables leading to economic growth is the question studied here.



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    APPLICATION OF ICT IN LIBRARIES AND IMPACT OF ICT IN LIBRARIES

    In libraries, ICT has assisted library and information science professionals to provide value-added services and give more remote access to available information resources. Information and communication technologies provide faster retrieval of stored information and reform our traditional library to a modern library

    Editors

    • Prof. Priyanka Neogi,

    Important Dates

    • Proposals Submission Deadline: 2021-07-20
    • Full Chapters Due: 2021-07-10
    • Submission Date: 2021-07-20
    • Notification of Acceptance: 2021-07-30
    • Full Chapter Submission: 2021-07-30
    • Review Results Returned: 2021-08-05
    • Final Acceptance Notification: 2021-06-15
    • Final Chapter Submission: 2021-07-30

    Objective: ICTs enable libraries to locate store, retrieve and disseminate information. ICT tools such as CD-ROM, e-mail are used in libraries for dissemination of information. In addition, digitization of information resources which involves converting print resources to electronic form is also carried out, using ICT
    Target Audience: Academician, Research Scholar and Librarian,
    Recommended Topics: Application of ICT and Quality Library Services. Digital Libraries. Technologies Affecting Libraries E-Learning and Online Learning, Electronic Resource Management Academic Libraries in Digital Age, Public Libraries in Digital Age, Bibliometrics/Altmetrics/Scientimetrics, Digital Literacy/Information Literacy, Assistive Technology Disaster Management in Libraries, Evidence Based Librarianship Big Data. Institutional Repositories. Library Consortia and Resource Sharing. Intellectual Freedom. Digital Rights Management. Libraries as Commodity Centers. Preservation and Conservation of Library Resources, Scholarly Communication for Libraries. Library and Information Science Education
    Submission Procedure: Researches and Practitioners are invited to submit on or before July 20, 2021, a chapter proposal of 1000 to 2000 words clearly explaining the Mission and concerns of his or her proposed chapter. On July 30, 2021, authors will be notified about the status of their proposals and sent chapters’ guidelines. Complete chapters are expected to be submitted by July 10, 2021, and all interested authors must consult the policies for manuscript submissions at https://mayas.info/online_submission.php before submission. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on double-blind review basis. Contributors may also be requested to serve as reviewers for this project.
    Publisher: Mayas Publication

    For further inquiries please contact us at:
    Dr. Mayakkannan Raman, India
    Email: maya1984kannan@gmail.com


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    Social Influences of E-Payment and Block chain Technology

    The e-payment and blockchain with social impact will add value to the ecosystem. This book is a reference convergence point for academicians, professionals, managers, and researchers in the entrepreneurship field, including development practitioners, to provide a forum for exchanging research ideas and practices. It also aims to explore the opportunities and challenges facing the e-payment value creation in the ecosystem, leading to economic and social progression. It is essential to understand the strategies, opportunities, and challenges in the e-payment and blockchain sector. The publication will incorporate these issues related to e-payment and blockchain with social influence from different industries and countries, portraying the holistic picture of e-payment and blockchain with social impact.

    Editors

    • Dr. Mayakkannan Raman, India
  • Dr. J.P Bhosalw, India
  • Dr. Narentheren Kaliappen, Malaysia
  • Dr. Shakhawat Hossain Sarkar, Bangladesh
  • Dr. Hayati Mukti Asih, Indonesia
  • Important Dates

    • Proposals Submission Deadline: 2021-06-12
    • Full Chapters Due: 2021-08-29
    • Submission Date: 2021-08-29
    • Notification of Acceptance: 2021-06-30
    • Full Chapter Submission: 2021-07-25
    • Review Results Returned: 2021-09-07
    • Final Acceptance Notification: 2021-10-10
    • Final Chapter Submission: 2021-10-30

    Objective: The books objective is to provide broad research and applied coverage of subjects to the social impact of e-payment and blockchain in various industries and countries. Providing a forum for exchanging research ideas and practices, this book is a reference convergence point for academicians, professionals, managers, and researchers, including practitioners. It also aims to explore the opportunities and challenges of e-payment and blockchain enterprises and outline possible avenues for this sectors growth.
    Target Audience: • Academicians in higher educational institutions • Practitioners • Researchers • Students • Writers • Blockchain communities • Corporate Managers • Policy Makers • Government Leaders • Libraries and information centers serving the needs of the above.
    Recommended Topics: • E-payment and Block chain concepts, strategies, and sectors • E-payment and Blockchain technology education • Behavioral characteristics of social activity • Leadership, Management & HR practices among retailers • E-payment and Blockchain opportunities and challenges • Managing complexity, creativity, and innovation • E-payment and Blockchain Knowledge management and technology transfer • Corporate Governance in the E-payment and Blockchain eco-system • Internationalization of -payment and Blockchain • Innovative Supply Chain for E-payment and Blockchain scope and development • Blockchain and E-payment growth and innovation in developing countries • Social and economic impact of E-payment and Blockchain Etc.
    Submission Procedure: Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before June 12, 2021, a chapter proposal of 1,000 to 2,000 words clearly explaining the mission and concerns of his or her proposed chapter. On June 30, 2021, authors will be notified about the status of their proposals and sent chapter guidelines. Complete chapters are expected to be submitted by August 29, 2021, and all interested authors must consult the policies for manuscript submissions at https://www.mayas.info before submission. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis. Contributors may also be requested to serve as reviewers for this project. Note: There are no submission or acceptance fees for manuscripts submitted to this book publication, Social Influences of E-Payment and Blockchain Technology. All manuscripts are accepted based on a double-blind peer review editorial process.
    Publisher: This book is scheduled to be published by Mayas Publication, an international academic publisher of the I Global specializes in publishing reference books, scholarly journals, and electronic databases featuring academic research on a variety of innov

    For further inquiries please contact us at:
    Dr. Mayakkannan Raman, India
    Email: maya1984kannan@gmail.com