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Total No of Publication : 142

Ambiguity attitudes and myopic loss aversion: Experimental evidence using carnival games

  • Authors: Aggarwal D., Damodaran U.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jbef.2019.100258

A series of tailor made experiments were executed on a representative Indian household sample to investigate the influence of risky and ambiguous options on the choices made by the subjects. The objective of the study was to understand the impact of prior results on subsequent decisions made along w...(Read Full Abstract)

What's in a name? A lot if it has “blockchain”

We find that firms that change their corporate names to include buzzwords related to cryptocurrencies experience large and permanent valuation gains. We document cumulative abnormal returns of 30 percent in 3 days surrounding such name change announcements. These abnormal returns cannot be explained...(Read Full Abstract)

“On-demand” pricing and capacity management in cloud computing

  • Authors: Jain T., Hazra J.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management
    DOI: 10.1057/s41272-018-0146-0

In recent business practice, firms, to fulfill their IT requirements, are using both dedicated “on-premise” capacity infrastructure and “on-demand” capacity requirements provided by companies such as AWS, OpenStack, and VMware. In this research, we analyze the scenario where a business first invests...(Read Full Abstract)

A measure of authorship by publications

  • Authors: Mukherjee C., Basu R., Alam A.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Managerial and Decision Economics
    DOI: 10.1002/mde.3104

Measuring publication success of a researcher is a complicated task as publications are often co-authored by multiple authors, and so, it requires comparison of solo publications with joint publications. In this paper, like Price (1981), we argue for an egalitarian perspective in accomplishing this ...(Read Full Abstract)

Access-based business model innovation in frontier markets: Case study of shared mobility in Timor-Leste

  • Authors: Wiprächtiger D., Narayanamurthy G., Moser R., Sengupta T.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Technological Forecasting and Social Change
    DOI: 10.1016/j.techfore.2019.02.004

Despite the vast amount of research on business model innovation, little is known about what decision-makers must consider while innovating access-based business models in the context of frontier markets. To address this research gap, we develop a comprehensive framework for access-based business mo...(Read Full Abstract)

Capacity Allocation among Suppliers in the Presence of Spot Market

  • Authors: Jain T., Hazra J.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
    DOI: 10.1109/IEEM.2018.8607555

We consider a supply chain with two suppliers and one buyer. The buyer faces uncertain demand decides to reserve some capacity through the two suppliers. The buyer also sources the remaining capacity from the spot market if demand exceeds the reserved capacity. The suppliers have finite capacity and...(Read Full Abstract)

Catching them red-handed: Optimizing the nursing homes' rating system

  • Authors: Han X., Yaraghi N., Gopal R.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems
    DOI: 10.1145/3325522

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) launched its nursing home rating system in 2008, which has been widely used among patients, doctors, and insurance companies since then. The system rates nursing homes based on a combination of CMS's inspection results and nursing homes' self-report...(Read Full Abstract)

Consumer resilience and subservience in technology consumption by the poor

Consumer technology theorists have explored technology consumption primarily through a de-linked, individualistic lens. We augment existing theories on technology consumption by widening the scope of the theorizing lens to include the role of class-based societal domination on consumption by the opp...(Read Full Abstract)

Convergence to Walrasian equilibrium with minimal information

  • Authors: Lahkar R.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination
    DOI: 10.1007/s11403-019-00243-8

We consider convergence to Walrasian equilibrium in a situation where firms know only market price and their own cost function. We term this a situation of minimal information. We model the problem as a large population game of Cournot competition. The Nash equilibrium of this model is identical to ...(Read Full Abstract)

Corporate governance, firm performance, and business group affiliation: evidence from India

  • Authors: Sanan N.K., Jaisinghani D., Yadav S.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Management Decision
    DOI: 10.1108/MD-03-2019-0376

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether, in emerging economies, the relationship between a firm’s corporate governance (CG) and its performance is associated with firm’s affiliation to a business group. Design/methodology/approach: A total of 209 publicly listed firms in India d...(Read Full Abstract)

Developing an emic scale to measure ad-evoked nostalgia in a collectivist emerging market, India

  • Authors: Jain V., Merchant A., Roy S., Ford J.B.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of Business Research
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jbusres.2019.02.039

Although there has been recent interest in the measurement of advertising-evoked nostalgia, the dimensionality and generalizability of the related scales are restricted to the national/cultural boundaries of Western nations. In the present study, we develop an emic scale to measure ad-evoked persona...(Read Full Abstract)

Do the limit orders of proprietary and agency algorithmic traders discover or obscure security prices?

We investigate the relative roles of limit orders from proprietary algorithmic traders (PAT), agency algorithmic traders (AAT) and non-algorithmic traders (NAT) in the discovery of security prices in National Stock Exchange (NSE) of India. Our results suggest that PAT's limit orders are most informa...(Read Full Abstract)

Effect of service-related resources on employee and customer outcomes in trade shows

  • Authors: Jha S., Balaji M.S., Ranjan K.R., Sharma A.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Industrial Marketing Management
    DOI: 10.1016/j.indmarman.2018.07.012

Despite widespread recognition of trade shows as a vehicle to provide services to visitors by exhibitors, there is a paucity of research in this area of special interest. Drawing on the resource-based view, we develop a research framework to examine the effects of service-related resources on exhibi...(Read Full Abstract)

Empirical likelihood for a long range dependent process subordinated to a gaussian process

  • Authors: Lahiri S.N., Das U., Nordman D.J.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of Time Series Analysis
    DOI: 10.1111/jtsa.12465

This article develops empirical likelihood methodology for a class of long range dependent processes driven by a stationary Gaussian process. We consider population parameters that are defined by estimating equations in the time domain. It is shown that the standard block empirical likelihood (BEL) ...(Read Full Abstract)

Erratum: Author Correction: Prior shared success predicts victory in team competitions (Nature human behaviour (2019) 3 1 (74-81))

  • Authors: Mukherjee S., Huang Y., Neidhardt J., Uzzi B., Contractor N.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Nature Human Behaviour
    DOI: 10.1038/s41562-019-0581-y

Evolutionary implementation in a public goods game

  • Authors: Lahkar R., Mukherjee S.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of Economic Theory
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jet.2019.03.009

We consider implementation of the efficient state in a large population public goods game. Due to positive externalities, the efficient state is different from the Nash equilibrium of the game. We apply a transfer scheme equal to the externality in the game. The externality adjusted public goods gam...(Read Full Abstract)

Excess procurement strategies by a dominant buyer under constrained supply

  • Authors: Jain T., Hazra J., Swaminathan J.M.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Naval Research Logistics
    DOI: 10.1002/nav.21838

Supply chains are often characterized by the presence of a dominant buyer purchasing from a supplier with limited capacity. We study such a situation where a single supplier sells capacity to an established and more powerful buyer and also to a relatively less powerful buyer. The more powerful buyer...(Read Full Abstract)

Food subsidy in cash or kind? The wrong debate

  • Authors: Krishna A., Agrawal T.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Economic and Political Weekly

The need for the public distribution system varies widely across states and districts. In some districts, the poor draw more than 80% of their grain from the PDS, but in other districts this share is less than 10%. A wide diversity of relationships with the PDS exist, suggesting a need for alternati...(Read Full Abstract)

Hybrid Cloud Computing Investment Strategies

  • Authors: Jain T., Hazra J.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Production and Operations Management
    DOI: 10.1111/poms.12991

Cloud providers such as Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft are leasing their computing resources to various businesses providing them an alternative to investing in expensive hardware. Although recent information systems research has examined pricing-related issues in cloud computing, several important ques...(Read Full Abstract)

Impact of board characteristics on firm dividends: evidence from India

  • Authors: Sanan N.K.
    Year: 2019 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Corporate Governance (Bingley)
    DOI: 10.1108/CG-12-2018-0383

Purpose: This study examined the impact of board size, independence and gender diversity on firm dividend payout. Furthermore, it examined whether the board characteristic–dividend payout relationship was moderated by free cash flows in the firm. Design/methodology/approach: A total of 118 Indian fi...(Read Full Abstract)