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Research Seminar by Prof. Johan Fourie

Research Seminar by Prof. Johan Fourie, Professor, Department of Economics at Stellenbosch University, South Africa was held on January 07, 2021. Seminar Topic – Unequal access to healthcare during a pandemic: lessons from South Africa of 1918 Abstract – The 1918 influenza — the Spanish flu — killed an estimated 6% of South Africans. Not all were equally affected. Mortality rates …Read more »

Research Seminar by Prof. Anjula Gurtoo

Research Seminar by Prof. Anjula Gurtoo, Professor, Management Studies at the Indian Institute of Science was held on December 04, 2020. Seminar Topic – Data Economics and Public Good Abstract – Digital technologies have given rise to a new combination of big data and computational practices which allow for large data collection and sophisticated computational modelling. Government is looking to use this …Read more »

Research Seminar by Prof. Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay

Research Seminar by Prof. Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, Professor of Economics at The Department of Economics, University of Birmingham, UK was held on September 10, 2020. Seminar Topic – Evidence based Policy Making: Illustrations from Policing and Criminal Justice Interventions Abstract – This talk analysed what evidence based policy making is and what are the real world constraints to such an approach. Examples of use …Read more »

Research Seminar by Dr. Arun Elias

Research Seminar by Dr. Arun Elias, Associate Dean (International and Accreditation), Wellington School of Business and Government, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand was held on 29 July 2020 Seminar Topic – Systems Thinking: Research Opportunities Abstract – Systems thinking as a discipline acknowledges that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The systems thinking literature spans hard, soft, …Read more »

Research Seminar by Prof. Ram Kumar Kakani

Research Seminar by Prof. Ram Kumar Kakani, Professor, IIM Kozhikode was held on 16th July 2020. Seminar Topic – Recognizing Innate Transformational Traits in Public Administrative Services: Are We Doing Right? Abstract With shifting paradigm, public administration needs even more transformational leaders. A large part of an individual’s leadership potential refers to innate personality traits which are brought out by relevant nurturing …Read more »

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