Jain, V. and Saxena, N. (2017). Economic Impact of Comfort with Foreign Cultures (CFC) – Conceptual Framework, Presented at National Conference- Emerging Trends in Indian Economy and Finance, 27th & 28th April, 2017, Galgotias University, Noida, India
Jain, V. (2017). Investigating the Real Benefits in terms of Work Life balance of Self Initiated Expatriation by Skilled Expatriates from India, Presented at International Conference- ICACCF 2017, March, 2017, Amity University, Noida, India
Jain, V (2016). Nature, variations and preferences in ‘level of comfort’ among employees with different national background, Presented at Fourth PAN IIM World Conference 2016, IIM-A, Gujarat, India
Jain, V (2016). Comfort with Foreign Cultures (CFC) – Tendering Sixth Dimension to Hofstede’s Cross Cultural Framework , Presented at 7th COMIT Conference, Gitarattan International Business School, Delhi.
Jain, V (2014). Level of comfort among members of multicultural work teams in large Indian cities, Presented at 10th National Conference on India 2020: Readiness for Cutting Edge Marketing, Nov. 2014, pp. 28 – 54.
Tandon, D, Saxena, N. and Jain, V (2014). Assessment of aftermaths of marketing the retail banking services in Indian context, Presented at 10th National Conference on India 2020: Readiness for Cutting Edge Marketing, Nov. 2014, pp. 100 – 113.
Jain, V. (2012). Managing an Acquisition: A Study of World-Wide Shipping’s Acquisition of Bergesen”, Presented at INBUSH 2012 Conference Presentation, Feb, 2012, Amity University, Noida, India
Jain, V. (2012). The concept of a sixth dimension to the Hofstede’s five culture dimension model, as ‘Comfort with Foreign Cultures (CFC)’, Presented at EURAM 2012, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Jain, V. (2009). Sixth Dimension of Hofstede’s Model, Presented at IAMB Conference, Istanbul
Jain, V. (2009). Beating the recession through quality in management perspective to current global economic recession, Presented at IBS Noida & MANLIBNET national seminar on ‘Role of Quality in Management and Library System”: April 27, 2009