Category: Seminar

Seminar On ‘Network Analyses for Systemic Risk Modelling, Finance and Development’

By: Prof. Sheri Markose & Prof. Thankom Arun Abstract of the Talk:  In the seminar, Sheri Markose  talked about digital mapping of the Indian Financial System for purposes of systemic risk management. She has been demonstrated the need to model financial systems and macro-economics in terms of interconnectedness and granularity to give causal relationships that are overlooked while using reduced …Read more »

Seminar On “Product Recalls: Causes and Consequences”

By: Prof. Rachana Shah, Associate Professor, Carlson School of Management Abstract of the Talk: In that seminar, She  shared their most current research on product recalls, and went through a series of papers in that stream.  In developing that research stream, she leveraged her knowledge of lean and waste-eliminating, problem-solving culture in identifying effectiveness of inspections and causes of quality failures, …Read more »

Seminar on “Is good news really bad news? Event study with correlated market and non-market signals in an asset pricing model”

By: Prof. Murugappa Krishnan, Professor of Accounting, Rutgers University& Radford University Abstract of the Talk: How informed are Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) in Indian financial markets? They build a model of imperfect competition in a financial market, in which market makers have up to two public signals on which to define their pricing rule – firms’ earnings announcements and FII trading signals. They defined …Read more »

Seminar On A Little Speed-Customization Goes a Long Way: Imminent Delivery Networks of Online Retailers

By: Prof. Sandun Perera, Assistant Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management, University of Michigan-Flint Abstract of the Talk: As last mile (or outbound) costs decrease, the optimal number of distribution locations (or delivery hubs/points) should also decrease due to the usual economies of scale logic of inbound delivery costs etc. In this paper, They showed that when the last mile costs decrease, …Read more »

Seminar On ‘Do Markets Matter In The War Against Terror? The Impact of Markets on Terror Attacks by Kashmiri Insurgents in India’

By: Prof Rajiv Krishnan, Associate Professor, Beedie School of Business, Canada. Abstract of the Talk: Kashmir, once considered as a paradise on earth, had became a bloody battle ground between Kashmiri insurgents and the Indian Government. The government of India has tried various routes to bring peace to the valley, such as negotiations with Kashmiri insurgents, counter terrorism, and even subsidies to appease …Read more »

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