Latest Posts

A new model for internationalization of a firm

Prof. Justin Paul, professor with the graduate school of business University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR, USA and a visiting professor at Deakin University, Australia delivered a seminar on “A new model for internationalization of a firm” & a session on publishing different types of Research articles (empirical, conceptual, review etc.). Abstract: The speaker made a presentation on how to develop a …Read more »

Short talk by Prof.Aparajith Ramnath on his book

By Prof.Aparajith Ramnath Abstract short talk and informal interaction by Prof Aparajith Ramnath  on his new book “The Birth of an Indian Profession: Engineers, Industry, and the State, 1900–47″ published by Oxford University Press.

FDI, Spillovers and Firm Heterogeneity: Analysis of TPP without USA

By Dr. Badri Narayana Gopalakrishnan Abstract:     Trade and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) are the two major channels through which spillover of benefits—embodied and disembodied—occur between the source and the host nations. In this paper, we consider the technological spillover to the domestic firms in the host nations via FDI. As countries pass through stages of industrialization and undergo structural transformation …Read more »

Earnings manipulation and financial reporting in India

By Prof. Ajit Dayanandan,Associate Professor of Finance, University of Alaska, USA Abstract: The present study examines in the Indian context whether companies which are likely to manipulate earnings indulge in greater earnings management. The study uses a sample of Nifty index Indian (35) firms listed in Indian stock exchanges for the period 2001-2015 which is the longest period studied so far. The …Read more »

Industrial Training Institutes are now attracting 90 percenters; here’s why that’s a good thing

By Prof. Kausik Gangopadhyay & Karthi Sivaraman Courtesy: Firstpost (http://www.firstpost.com/india/industrial-training-institutes-are-now-attracting-90-percenters-heres-why-thats-a-good-thing-3589717.html) Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) are fast becoming preferred destinations for many 90-percenters in the tenth standard board examination, as per a report in Times of India. A decade ago, it would have constituted an insult to even remotely suggest to someone scoring 90 percent or beyond to join an ITI – previously …Read more »

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 »

CHESS, CHOICE MAKING AND MANAGEMENT RESEARCH – PART II

By Prof. T. N. Krishnan The similarity to an organizational context -Like chess players organizational managers are faced with complex situations, are limited in their information processing capabilities and also need to decide under time pressure. Managers do make decisions by doing a cost-benefit analysis, but the interesting part is that most of the times just as in chess situation …Read more »

CHESS, CHOICE MAKING AND MANAGEMENT RESEARCH – PART I

By Prof. T. N. Krishnan With the blitzkrieg of Carlsen against the (ex) World Champ Anand, the Chess world seem to have shifted back to a youthful era. Not long ago was the pseudonym‘lightning kid’ applied to the ex-world champion extolling his prodigious rise at a young age and his immense speed of play (and analysis). Perhaps age is no …Read more »

LOST IN THE AGGREGATES- COMMENTARY ON THE REPORT EVOLVING A COMPOSITE DEVELOPMENT INDEX OF STATES

By Prof. Abhilash S. Nair Since independence, successive governments have endeavored to develop an egalitarian India whose economic development percolates to citizens living across the country. A major step in ensuring this outcome has been the various studies that have identified backwardness of different states in India. Accordingly, the central resource allocation is channeled so as to bridge this development …Read more »

FORD, TISCO, FACEBOOK: THE COMPANY TOWNSHIP THEN AND NOW

By Prof. Aparajith Ramnath Facebook’s plans to build a 394-flat residential complex for its staff in California, and the ensuing discussions in the media, raise an interesting historical question. Why do companies set up townships? There are strategic reasons: the seventeenth-century walled cities of Fort St. George (Madras) and Fort William (Calcutta) were established by the East India Company as …Read more »

SHAMELESSLY CHANGELES

By Prof. Mahesh P. Bhave If you go to Reliance Fresh or Big Bazaar, and are about to pay for the merchandize you have bought, chances are greater than even that the person at the cash register has no change to give you. He will ask you if you could produce the exact amount. If asked as a sheepish request, …Read more »

Welcome to IIM Kozhikode Research Blog. Explore, discover and learn through our interesting research articles, informative seminars, updates of useful information for researchers and much more! Reach us at research@iimk.ac.in

HIGHLIGHTS:

banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner

Blog Traffic

Pages

Pages|Hits |Unique

  • Last 24 hours: 346
  • Last 7 days: 2,106
  • Last 30 days: 9,393
  • Online now: 1
garcinia cambogia effets secondaires

Archives