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Total No of Publication : 1390

A differential evolution-based regression framework for forecasting Bitcoin price

  • Authors: Jana R.K., Ghosh I., Das D.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Annals of Operations Research
    DOI: 10.1007/s10479-021-04000-8

This research proposes a differential evolution-based regression framework for forecasting one day ahead price of Bitcoin. The maximal overlap discrete wavelet transformation first decomposes the original series into granular linear and nonlinear components. We then fit polynomial regression with in...(Read Full Abstract)

A model-based estimate of the groundwater budget and associated uncertainties in Bengaluru, India

  • Authors: Tomer S.K., Sekhar M., Balakrishnan K., Malghan D., Thiyaku S., Gautam M., Mehta V.K.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Urban Water Journal
    DOI: 10.1080/1573062X.2020.1836237

Understanding the water metabolism of developing country cities is challenging because of insufficient knowledge of how social, infrastructural and hydrological dimensions are coupled. Using Bengaluru City in India, we demonstrate how fine-resolution data can inform model-based estimates of urban gr...(Read Full Abstract)

A new extended formulation with valid inequalities for the Capacitated Concentrator Location Problem

  • Authors: Di Francesco M., Gaudioso M., Gorgone E., Murthy I.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: European Journal of Operational Research
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ejor.2019.07.008

We present a new disaggregated formulation of the Capacitated Concentrator Location Problem (CCLP) using the notion of cardinality of terminals assigned to a concentrator. This formulation consists of O(mnn) variables and constraints, where m denotes the number of concentrators and n the number of t...(Read Full Abstract)

A permanent cordon sanitaire: intra-village spatial segregation and social distance in India

‘Social distance,’ and ‘social distancing’ have become the linguae francae of our world ravaged by COVID-19. Pandemic related social distancing prescriptions, however, do not operate in a vacuum. How do social distancing strategies for containing the pandemic intersect with extant social divisions? ...(Read Full Abstract)

Analyzing airlines stock price volatility during COVID-19 pandemic through internet search data

  • Authors: Deb S.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: International Journal of Finance and Economics
    DOI: 10.1002/ijfe.2490

Recent Coronavirus pandemic has prompted many regulations which are affecting the stock market. Especially because of lockdown policies across the world, the airlines industry is suffering. We analyse the stock price movements of three major airlines companies using a new approach which leverages a ...(Read Full Abstract)

Appraising the revamped performance management system in Indian IT multinational enterprises: The employees' perspective

  • Authors: Tripathi R., Thite M., Varma A., Mahapatra G.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Human Resource Management
    DOI: 10.1002/hrm.22061

In recent times, leading information technology (IT) multinational enterprises claim to have abandoned many traditional features of their performance management systems (PMSs), including the bell curve. However, there is no published empirical study on how employees are perceiving the change. Using ...(Read Full Abstract)

Are There Limits to Diversification in Emerging Economies? Distinguishing between Firm-Level and Business Group Strategies

  • Authors: Gopal S., Manikandan K.S., Ramachandran J.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Journal of Management Studies
    DOI: 10.1111/joms.12680

The viability of unrelated diversification as a strategy in emerging economies is an unresolved puzzle. Because business groups dominate the landscape in these economies, and are known to diversify either by expanding the scope of existing affiliate firms and/or setting up new firms, we argue that i...(Read Full Abstract)

Are women from Venus? A mixed-method study determining important predictors of job pursuit intention across gender groups

  • Authors: Dutta D., Mishra S.K.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
    DOI: 10.1108/EDI-03-2020-0059

Purpose: Despite studies claiming gender inclusion is beneficial for organizations, the under-representation of females in the workforce is a reality. As recruitment practices impact employees' entry into organizations, examining the salient predictors of job pursuit intention might foster gender in...(Read Full Abstract)

Attenuating the negative effects of network change on innovation: A whole network level analysis of Taiwanese business groups

  • Authors: Li S., Yayavaram S.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Asia Pacific Journal of Management
    DOI: 10.1007/s10490-018-9621-9

This paper investigates when and how changes in interorganizational networks affect innovation at a whole-network level. We consider three forms of network change as suggested by prior research on networks: membership change, change in network structure, and tie restructuring. We examine the indepen...(Read Full Abstract)

Being alert to new opportunities: It is a matter of time

  • Authors: Tang J., Levasseur L., Karami M., Busenitz L.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Journal of Business Venturing Insights
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jbvi.2021.e00232

Time perspective (TP) has been shown to influence individual behavior and decision-making. Although rarely addressed, we suggest that bringing TP into entrepreneurship is important because of its impact on the search, connection, and evaluation of information surrounding potential opportunities (i.e...(Read Full Abstract)

Chronic respiratory disease mortality and its associated factors in selected Asian countries: evidence from panel error correction model

Background: Chronic Respiratory Diseases (CRDs) in Asian countries are a growing concern in terms of morbidity and mortality. However, a systematic understanding of the increasing age-adjusted mortality rate of chronic respiratory disease (CRD) and its associated factors is not readily available for...(Read Full Abstract)

Configuring and pricing smart coproductive services

  • Authors: Sivakumar S., Mahadevan B.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: European Journal of Operational Research
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ejor.2021.01.041

Coproductive services involve the active participation of customers by exerting physical/mental effort as a part of the service process to co-create value. While the demand for coproduction models is surging, there are complaints about customer experience and service system design. Owing to these di...(Read Full Abstract)

Consideration of future consequences and decision-making patterns as determinants of conflict management styles: CFC and conflict management styles

This research examines the influence of temporal considerations on preferences for different conflict management styles. It also explores the mediating effect of different decision-making patterns in determining these styles. This research proposes that the extent to which individuals consider futur...(Read Full Abstract)

Contract employment as a worker discipline device

  • Authors: Basu A.K., Chau N.H., Soundararajan V.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Journal of Development Economics
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jdeveco.2020.102601

Fixed-term labor contracting has increasingly replaced regular open-ended employment in developing countries. What justifies its emergence? What determines its intensity? What policy responses are appropriate, if any? In a two-tiered task-based model of the labor market, we demonstrate that within e...(Read Full Abstract)

Dense Vector Embedding Based Approach to Identify Prominent Disseminators from Twitter Data Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

  • Authors: Agarwal A., Uniyal D., Toshniwal D., Deb D.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computational Intelligence
    DOI: 10.1109/TETCI.2021.3067661

The unprecedented transmission of the Coronavirus COVID-19 across the globe has grown to be a matter of prime concern for researchers, authorities, and healthcare professionals alike. Owing to the unavailability of vaccination, educating people is reckoned to be of utmost importance to mitigate the ...(Read Full Abstract)

Diagnostic Positional Tests and Therapeutic Maneuvers in the Management of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

  • Authors: Vadlamani S., Dorasala S., Dutt S.N.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery
    DOI: 10.1007/s12070-020-02292-z

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), the most common vestibular disorder characterized by recurrent, brief episodes of vertigo, is attributed to the presence of otoconia in the semicircular canals. Two mechanisms contribute to its cause-canalolithiasis (otoconia freely mobile in the semicirc...(Read Full Abstract)

Diversity Deficit and Scale-Flip

  • Authors: Bharathi N., Malghan D., Mishra S., Rahman A.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Journal of Development Studies
    DOI: 10.1080/00220388.2020.1802011

We present a comprehensive multi-scale test of the diversity-deficit hypothesis that posits a negative association between diversity and development. We develop a ‘scale-flip hypothesis’ that formalises how the political salience of diversity is contingent on the level of analysis. We also contribut...(Read Full Abstract)

Do the mobility patterns for city taxicabs impact road safety?

Recently, large investments have been made by cities such as Singapore, New York City, and London towards creating smart city initiatives in the areas of traffic safety enhancement and higher mobility. In this article, we investigate the impact of various network topology measures on the number of v...(Read Full Abstract)

Does volume really matter? A risk management perspective using cross-country evidence

  • Authors: Patra S., Bhattacharyya M.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: International Journal of Finance and Economics
    DOI: 10.1002/ijfe.1780

This paper examines the impact of volume on conditional volatility and value at risk (VaR) in the context of mixture of distribution hypothesis (MDH). We test whether the support for or against the hypothesis is unconditional and holds true universally irrespective of the time period under study, th...(Read Full Abstract)


  • Authors: Pilz M., Kumar K., Li J., Plasman J., Wedekind V.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: International Journal of Training and Development
    DOI: 10.1111/ijtd.12211

This paper examines the impact of volume on conditional volatility and value at risk (VaR) in the context of mixture of distribution hypothesis (MDH). We test whether the support for or against the hypothesis is unconditional and holds true universally irrespective of the time period under study, th...(Read Full Abstract)