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Research Seminar Prof. Amit Mitra

A Research Seminar by Prof Amit Mitra, Senior Lecturer in Information Systems Management, Department of Strategy & Operations Management, Bristol Business School, the University of the West of England, UK was held on December 27, 2019. Topic – Social media and migrant integration into Sweden Abstract – Migrant integration is a long-drawn-out process requiring synergies with various dimensions of life, rhyming with those of …Read more »

Research Seminar by Dr Parth J Shah

A Research Seminar Dr Parth J Shah, Founder of Centre for Civil Society (CCS), New Delhi was held on January 03, 2020. Seminar topic – Indian Economy: The Search for Growth and Jobs Abstract – The rise of global populism is generally understood as an economy failing people and those who have lost or feel they are losing are using politics to …Read more »

Research Seminar by Prof. S. Arunachalam

Research Seminar by Prof. S. Arunachalam, Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad Campus was held on September 30, 2021. Seminar Topic – Throwdown (A Multi-Segment Sales Contest) vs. Traditional (Single Segment) Sales Contest: Evidence From Field and Lab Experiments Abstract – Traditional sales contests, where all salespeople compete in a single segment, do not motivate the entire …Read more »

Research Seminar by Dr. Subramanian R. Iyer

A research seminar by Dr. Subramanian R. Iyer, Associate Professor, Anderson School of Management, The University of New Mexico was held on July 08, 2021.   Topic – The Politics of Share Repurchases: What does the evidence say? Abstract  This seminar was based on the research paper titled ‘The Politics of Share Repurchases: What does the evidence say?’ authored by Dr. …Read more »

Research Seminar by Prof. Prof. Vimut Vanitcharearnthum

A research seminar by Prof. Vimut Vanitcharearnthum, Associate Professor, Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand was held on February 18, 2021. Topic – Macroeconomic Problems vs. Development Concerns: Case Study of Thailand Abstract  The high cost of living and lack of jobs bring misery to all walks of life. To help us monitor the severity of economic problems, Arthur Okun …Read more »

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