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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 »

International Conference on “Emerging Perspectives in FinTech”

CALL FOR PAPERS Dates: July 21 – 28, 2018 Venue: India Habitat Centre, New Delhi This Conference is being jointly organized by National Institute of Financial Management under the aegis of DEA-NIFM Research Programme, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India with the Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. This conference spans over two …Read more »

Rot in PSBs Part 4: RBI’s inability to regulate and supervise banks shows it’s time for a super financial regulator

By: Rudra Sensarma &  Pankaj Kumar Baag, Appeared in  Firstpost, on February 23, 2018. Read the article Here

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 »

Why IIMs don’t need foreign accreditations

By : Keyoor Purani & Rudra Sensarma Appeared in  Financial Express On  January 15, 2018. Read the article here    

Kerala Budget 2018: Good balance between welfare and fiscal prudence

By : Dr Rudra Sensarma Appeared in New Indian Express On 03rd February 2018 Read the Article Here

Kerala Budget 2018: A stepping stone for women empowerment

By : Dr Leena Mary Eapen. Appeared in New Indian Express On 03rd February 2018 Read the Article Here

6TH ALL INDIA CONFERENCE OF CHINA STUDIES AT IIMK: A REVIEW

By Prof. G Venkat Raman IIMK hosted the 6th All India Conference of China studies during December 12-14, 2013. The conference was the result of academic collaboration between Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS), Delhi and the IIMK. The Chinese developmental experiences in the post-reforms era have some significant lessons for India in terms of studying the management of state-society relations, …Read more »

INTERVIEW WITH PROF. DEBASHIS CHATTERJEE – DIRECTOR OF IIM KOZHIKODE ON HIS LATEST BOOK ‘THE CLASS ACT’

PART II  OF THE INTERVIEW (The interview was conducted by Milind Padalkar and Chacko Jacob, Doctoral Students of IIM Kozhikode) Interviewer: In the book at various places, you allude to the need for the teacher to be quite intensely contemplative. One could even the say that you are asking the teacher to be a little bit of an isolationist. But …Read more »

DO WE NEED TO EMPHASIZE GENDER IN RESEARCH STUDIES?

By Prof. Anindita Paul A lot is being spoken about on the need for representation of women in parliament, company boards, management and now lot more controversies surrounding women and her freedom not only on the streets but in buildings, elevators and in her own home, in general women in society. Adding to the hullah-bullah, a recent incident where the …Read more »

INTERVIEW WITH PROF. DEBASHIS CHATTERJEE – DIRECTOR OF IIM KOZHIKODE ON HIS LATEST BOOK ‘THE CLASS ACT’

 PART I OF THE INTERVIEW (The interview was conducted by Milind Padalkar and Chacko Jacob, doctoral students of IIM Kozhikode.) Interviewers:  Sir, thank you indeed for agreeing to speak to us at a short notice. To begin with, what can you tell us about the genesis of the book? The book arose out of my teaching career of 20 years. …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 »

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