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Adopting Bricolage to Overcome Resource Constraints: The Case of Social Enterprises in Rural India

  • Authors: Hota P.K., Mitra S., Qureshi I.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Management and Organization Review
    DOI: 10.1017/mor.2019.19

Social enterprises (SEs) primarily aim to create social value, that is, to generate benefits or reduce costs for society, while maintaining financial sustainability. Owing to their unique operating conditions and organizational characteristics, SEs face more severe resource challenges than their com...(Read Full Abstract)

Asymmetric effect of context-specific color priming on interpretation of ambiguous news articles

  • Authors: Choi J., Lee K., Banerjee P.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Journal of Consumer Behaviour
    DOI: 10.1002/cb.1759

In the context of reading a news article as a source to predict the stock price of a company, people's interpretation of the article was biased by the color used as its background. We found that this bias was (a) asymmetric, (b) strengthened with ambiguity, and (c) context specific. First, the color...(Read Full Abstract)

Bayesian C-optimal life testing plans under progressive type-I interval censoring scheme

  • Authors: Roy S., Pradhan B.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Applied Mathematical Modelling
    DOI: 10.1016/j.apm.2019.01.023

This work considers optimal planning of progressive type-I interval censoring schemes for log-location-scale family of distributions. Optimum schemes are obtained by using a Bayesian C-optimality design criterion. The C-optimality criterion is formed to attain precision in estimating a particular li...(Read Full Abstract)

Co-creating the tourism experience

Consumer-firm co-creation is increasing in the tourism industry. In light of the central role of customer experience in tourism, this research is motivated by the limited understanding of the effects that customer co-creations have on the tourism experience. We examine the importance of co-creation ...(Read Full Abstract)

Combating incumbency advantage of network effects: The role of entrant’s decisions and consumer preferences

  • Authors: Gupta A., Mateen A., Sharma D., Sarkar U.K., Cheruvil Thomas V.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Competition and Regulation in Network Industries
    DOI: 10.1177/1783591718823922

This article studies the competitive dynamics between an incumbent and a late entrant in a market governed by network effects. Classifying markets based on decision criterion used by majority of consumers in a market, an analytical model for the likelihood of incumbent displacement in these markets ...(Read Full Abstract)

Compounded inverse Weibull distributions: Properties, inference and applications

  • Authors: Chakrabarty J.B., Chowdhury S.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Communications in Statistics: Simulation and Computation
    DOI: 10.1080/03610918.2018.1429623

In this paper two probability distributions are analyzed which are formed by compounding inverse Weibull with zero-truncated Poisson and geometric distributions. The distributions can be used to model lifetime of series system where the lifetimes follow inverse Weibull distribution and the subgroup ...(Read Full Abstract)

Conceptualizing the impact of corruption in national institutions and national stakeholder service systems on e-government maturity

  • Authors: Khan A., Krishnan S.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: International Journal of Information Management
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2018.11.014

Research linking corruption and e-government maturity has mainly focused on the impact of e-government on corruption, and a vast majority of studies among them indicate that e-government can effectively lower the level of corruption in a country. As opposed to this well-developed stream of research,...(Read Full Abstract)

Determinants of the allocative, cost and scope efficiencies of Indian banks

This study aims to investigate the impact of competition on determinants of allocative, scope and cost efficiencies of Indian scheduled commercial banks (SCBs). Specifically, the study, analyzes the impact of the second round of licensing on the efficiency of Indian SCBs. This is the first paper to ...(Read Full Abstract)

Does digital footprint act as a digital asset? – Enhancing brand experience through remarketing

  • Authors: Arya V., Sethi D., Paul J.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: International Journal of Information Management
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2019.03.013

The purpose of this paper is to examine the utilization of the marketing adaptability of branded mobile applications (apps) in order to understand the relationship between consumers and their attachment to branded apps. We develop a model grounded in the purchaser-brand relationship theory of remark...(Read Full Abstract)

e-Loyalty among millennials: Personal characteristics and social influences

  • Authors: Purani K., Kumar D.S., Sahadev S.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jretconser.2019.02.006

This study develops and validates a new, personal characteristics and peer influence based perspective on e-loyalty formation among millennial customers. Deviating from existing models, it examines the indirect influence of personal characteristics like perceived compatibility, innovativeness and pe...(Read Full Abstract)

Examining the role of perceived investment in employees’ development on work-engagement of liquid knowledge workers: Moderating effects of psychological contract

  • Authors: Jha J.K., Pandey J., Varkkey B.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Journal of Global Operations and Strategic Sourcing
    DOI: 10.1108/JGOSS-08-2017-0026

Purpose: This paper aims to examine the relationship between perceived investments in employees’ development (PIED) on work engagement and the moderating effects of psychological capital on this relationship for liquid knowledge workers, employed in the Indian cutting and polishing of diamond indust...(Read Full Abstract)

Factors affecting job performance: an integrative review of literature

Purpose: Job performance is an important variable, which primarily affects outcomes at three levels: the micro level (i.e. the individual), the meso level (i.e. the group) and the macro level (i.e. the organisation). This paper aims to identify, analyse and synthesise factors that affect job perform...(Read Full Abstract)

Guest editorial

  • Authors: Nunkoo R., Seetanah B., Agrawal S.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Tourism Review
    DOI: 10.1108/TR-04-2019-209

Purpose: Job performance is an important variable, which primarily affects outcomes at three levels: the micro level (i.e. the individual), the meso level (i.e. the group) and the macro level (i.e. the organisation). This paper aims to identify, analyse and synthesise factors that affect job perform...(Read Full Abstract)

ICT Laws, Uncertainty Avoidance, and ICT Diffusion: Insights from Cross-Country Data

  • Authors: Khan A., Krishnan S.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-20671-0_6

The economic future of a country depends on the degree to which information and communication technologies (ICTs) diffuse among its key stakeholders—citizens, businesses, and government. Yet, there is a dearth of cross-country analysis of ICT diffusion jointly examining technology diffusion among th...(Read Full Abstract)

Implementing lean thinking in software development - A case study from India

  • Authors: Narayanamurthy G., Gurumurthy A., Balagangatharan S.P.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: International Journal of Services, Technology and Management
    DOI: 10.1504/IJSTM.2019.096614

Implementation of lean thinking (LT) in the service sector has been widely reported. Although few studies describing the application of LT in software development (SD) are available, not many are from an emerging market such as India. Our study addresses this gap by using a single-case study methodo...(Read Full Abstract)

Institutional investors and international investments in emerging economy firms: A behavioral risk perspective

  • Authors: Panicker V.S., Mitra S., Upadhyayula R.S.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Journal of World Business
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jwb.2018.12.002

While the extant literature has examined the influence of controlling and non-controlling principals on the internationalization decisions of emerging market firms, heterogeneity among non-controlling principals is largely ignored. The risk characteristics of different groups of owners, shaped by th...(Read Full Abstract)

Knowledge hiding in organizations: everything that managers need to know

  • Authors: Anand P., Hassan Y.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Development and Learning in Organizations
    DOI: 10.1108/DLO-12-2018-0158

Purpose: Though there have been umpteen discussions on knowledge sharing in organizations, there is a dearth of discussion on knowledge hiding acts, especially in learning organizations. The purpose of this paper is to introduce this novel construct “knowledge hiding” and to highlight its relevant a...(Read Full Abstract)

Linking core self-evaluation and emotional exhaustion with workplace loneliness: does high LMX make the consequence worse?

  • Authors: Anand P., Mishra S.K.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: International Journal of Human Resource Management
    DOI: 10.1080/09585192.2019.1570308

Workplace loneliness has an adverse effect on both the employees and the organizations. Despite it being a pervasive issue, workplace loneliness has received scant attention in the domain of human resource management. To address the gap, we investigated the antecedent (core self-evaluation) and cons...(Read Full Abstract)

Loss is a loss, why categorize it? Mental accounting across cultures

  • Authors: Banerjee P., Chatterjee P., Mishra S., Mishra A.A.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Journal of Consumer Behaviour
    DOI: 10.1002/cb.1748

Consumers regularly track their expenses and assign them to categories like food, entertainment, and clothing, which is popularly known as mental accounting. In this paper, we show that consumption biases that result from mental accounting—underconsumption or overconsumption—are not prevalent in Eas...(Read Full Abstract)

Mapping the Intellectual Structure of Social Entrepreneurship Research: A Citation/Co-citation Analysis

  • Authors: Hota P.K., Subramanian B., Narayanamurthy G.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Journal of Business Ethics
    DOI: 10.1007/s10551-019-04129-4

In this paper, we employ bibliometric analysis to empirically analyse the research on social entrepreneurship published between 1996 and 2017. By employing methods of citation analysis, document co-citation analysis, and social network analysis, we analyse 1296 papers containing 74,237 cited referen...(Read Full Abstract)