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Electronic Warfare: A Sleep and Self -Control Model of Cyber Incivility & Impact of Social Media on the lives of the Women of the Kantha Embroidery Industry

Electronic Warfare: A Sleep and Self -Control Model of Cyber Incivility By Prof. Satish Krishnan, IIM Kozhikode. Abstract: The proliferation of electronic communication in organizations has enabled a new form of incivility: cyber incivility. We challenge existing implicit assumptions that cyber incivility is caused by forces strictly within the work domain, showing how the non-work activity of sleep predicts levels …Read more »

Consumer choice, de-consumption and business innovations – a research dialogue

Prof. Ram Krishnan, Research Professor at the School of Business Administration, University of Miami, USA delivered a seminar on the topic titled “Consumer choice, de-consumption and business innovations – a research dialogue”. Abstract of the talk: In this interactive session, Prof. Ram Krishnan initiated a research dialogue by sharing his perspectives on contemporary issues. He spoke on topics such as ‘Dynamic presentation …Read more »

One-day Seminar (funded by NITI Aayog) on ‘Kerala State Finances: Problems and Prospects’ at IIM Kozhikode.

Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIMK), in association with NITI Aayog conducted a Seminar on ‘Kerala state finances’ in its Kozhikode campus today. The day-long seminar was attended by academicians, researchers, delegates from think-tanks and government who shared their views on the problems and future prospects of the state government finances. Ajay Kumar Nema, Director, Niti Aayog and S Lakshmanan, …Read more »

“Extreme values of log correlated Gaussian fields”: Research seminar by Prof. Rishideep Roy, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore.

Dr. Rishideep Roy, Assistant Professor of Decision Sciences and Information Systems at IIM Bangalore delivered a seminar on the topic titled “Extreme values of log correlated Gaussian fields”. Abstract of the talk: Extreme values and entropic repulsion for two-dimensional discrete Gaussian free fields are of significant interest and have been a subject of many recent works. Similarly works on extreme values …Read more »

“Overcoming Institutional Voids: The Complementary Advantages of Business Groups and Multinationals”: Research Seminar by Prof. Ajai Gaur, Rutgers Business School

Prof. Ajai Gaur, Associate Professor of Strategic Management and International Business at Rutgers Business School, delivered a seminar on the topic titled “Overcoming Institutional Voids: The Complementary Advantages of Business Groups and Multinationals”. Abstract of the Talk: Drawing on the literature on multinational corporations (MNCs) and business groups, we argue that the advantages of business groups and MNCs complement each …Read more »

“The Microgrid Revolution: Business Strategies for Next-Generation Electricity”: Research Seminar by Prof. Mahesh P Bhave, IIM Kozhikode

Prof. Mahesh P Bhave, visiting professor of strategy at Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, delivered a talk on his book titled “The Microgrid Revolution: Business Strategies for Next-Generation Electricity”. About the book: Two hypotheses are proposed in the book: a) sum of parts valuation of microgrids for a service territory surpasses the aggregate valuation. I argue, “split up the service territory of …Read more »

The Digital Consumer in Demonetized India

By Prof. Anindita Paul End-to-end digital world is the vision that the Modi government is putting up in the post-demonetization era. The journey has been a rough one so far without any hopes to improve sooner. How much of the vision can be made feasible in a diverse population like India is still a question that the providers and users …Read more »

“Private provision of public good and endogenous income inequality”: Research Seminar by Dr. Debasis Mondal, IIT Delhi [Video]

Dr. Debasis Mondal, Assistant Professor of Economics at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, presented a research seminar on the topic ”Private provision of public good and endogenous income inequality” at IIM Kozhikode on 17th November 2016. Abstract of the talk In traditional models of public goods with voluntary provision (as like, Bergstrom, Blume and Varian, 1986), size of the non-contributing set does not …Read more »

PASCAL’S WAGER: A MEDIEVAL GOD VS. A MODERN GOD

By Prof. Kausik Gangopadhyay Blaise Pascal, a gifted French mathematician and physicist of the seventeenth century, was an interesting character. Working on his own, Pascal discovered most of the Euclidean Geometry in his early adolescence. By his early teens, he invented a calculating machine—with no less than 20 prototypes called “Pascalines” made—to perform all four arithmetic operations. Unfortunately, prohibitively high …Read more »

ERUDITION: THE LOST CREED

By Prof. Kousik Guhathakurta I was flipping through the pages of a reasonably fat book when a student entered my office for some usual reason (which could be anything between a request for reconsideration of evaluation and a genuine academic clarification). I do not quite remember what he exactly wanted and how I reacted. That is neither interesting nor too …Read more »

DO INDIAN B-SCHOOLS MAKE THEIR GRADUATES SUSTAINABILITY-SENSITIVE?

By Prof. Keyoor Purani As the large corporations, the world over, jostle to find a place in various sustainability rankings having realized that the stakeholders are getting more and more inclined to ‘clean & green’ capitalism, sustainability is on the top agenda for most companies. Business performance measured by triple bottom-line demand complete paradigm shift in how an organization functions …Read more »

CULTURAL DETERMINANTS OF CHINESE NEGOTIATIONS BEHAVIOR

By Prof. G. Venkat Raman There is a vast body of literature that deals with culture and its impact on international business negotiations and broadly speaking there are four approaches, namely, structural-processual approach, negotiators’ behavior approach, cognitive-strategic approach and the stages approach. The structural–processual approach talks about factors like context/situation, processual/behavioural aspects and other strategic goals/ outcomes.[1] The negotiators’ behavior …Read more »

DANCE OF THE RUPEE

By Prof. Rudra Sensarma The rupee has received a lot of attention in the last few months ever since it went into what seemed like a free fall. Recently I was asked by a couple of regional media representatives to comment on the issue. These interviews gave me an opportunity to classify my thoughts into two parts, the general impact …Read more »

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