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Seminar On ‘The Healthcare Disorder Has Cure’

By: Dr Rajaram Govindarajan, Professor in the Department of Operations Management, Innovation and Data Sciences at the prestigious ESADE Business School, Barcelona. Abstract Of the Talk: A recent study published by researchers at the Johns Hopkins University in the British Medical Journal estimates that 250,000 people die every year due to medical errors in the U.S., making it the third greatest cause of …Read more »

Mission Antyodaya – Request for active involvement in developing 50,000 Poverty Free Gram Panchayats

Regarding to developing Poverty Free Gram Panchayats in purposively selected clusters under Mission Antyodaya, Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India is  happy to report that the ranking of 50,000 such Gram Panchayats  selected by State Governments has been completed and are available on On their website at www.missionantyodaya.nic.in .The website also provides the framework for implementation of Mission Antyodaya. It …Read more »

Seminar On Big Data for Business.

By: Dr Anil Maheshwari, Professor of Management Information Systems & Director of Center for Data Analytics, Maharishi University of Management, Fairfield, Iowa, USA. Abstract Of the talk:    Big Data is the new natural resource – data is doubling every 12-18 months. Big Data is defined as data that cannot be managed using traditional tools. Organizations have a big challenge in dealing with …Read more »

Seminar On Pay-per-unit vs. Subscription Pricing for Experiential Products under Competition.

By: Dr. Varun Gupta, Assistant Professor, Supply Chain and Operations Management, Sam and Irene Black School of Business, Penn State Erie, USA. Abstract of the talk: In a market where distributors compete to sell experiential products (e.g.; movies and music), should they use pay-per-unit pricing or use subscription pricing? How do consumers’ valuation for the product, and the contract between the …Read more »

Seminar On Contextual Ambidexterity and Innovation in Health Care in India: The Role of HRM

By : Dr Ashish Malik, Senior Lecturer, the University of Newcastle, Australia. Abstract of the talk:      The purpose of that talk was to examine innovation in the resource-constrained context of India’s healthcare industry. It has been argued that the process of innovation in addressing healthcare management challenges in such a context occurs through organisational ambidexterity and that human resource management …Read more »

Online retailers beware! For consumers there is great disappointment on this particular parameter with pro-digital government policies, demonetisation-triggered e-wallet usage and reduced data costs, online commerce is making rapid strides.

By  Prof. Keyoor Purani Courtesy: financial express, September 4, 2017,  http://www.financialexpress.com/opinion/online-retailers-beware-for-consumers-there-is-great-disappointment-on-this-particular-parameter/839789/ With pro-digital government policies, demonetisation-triggered e-wallet usage and reduced data costs, online commerce is making rapid strides. The Meeker 2017 report on internet trends in East Asia concurs this by highlighting Amazon India’s 300% year-on-year growth both in number of SKUs and sellers. But it underlines the beginning of aggressive competition among e-commerce players. …Read more »

Seminar on Service Innovativeness: Does Technology Orientation Matter?

By Prof. Maheshkumar P. Joshi,Associate Professor of Global Strategy and Entrepreneurship, School of Business&Director of Research and Practice – Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship,George Mason University Fairfax VA 22030 USA. Abstract of the talk:While the market and entrepreneurial aspects of strategic orientation had been extensively explored in the marketing literature, research on technology orientation had been sparsed. Further, service organizations  became …Read more »

Seminar on Attribute Measurement System

By Dr. Asokan Mulayath Variyath,Associate Professor of Statistics, Memorial University, St. John’s, and Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada Abstract of the talk:In that  talk,  he gave a brief introduction of the importance of measurement system in the quality system management. He discussed the different components of measurement errors and how to estimate it in the case of variable measurement system. Further, …Read more »

Field Experiments on Environmental Payment Programs:Insights from L. America, Africa and Asia

By Prof. Rohit Jindal Dr. Rohit Jindal is an Associate Professor in the Department of Decision Sciences at MacEwan University School of Business. He holds a PhD from Michigan State University (USA) and an MSc from the University of Edinburgh (UK). He has previously worked at University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business and in the Department of Resource Economics at …Read more »

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 »

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