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A joint weighting and modified weighted aggregated sum product assessment-based methodology for the measurement of patient satisfaction: Evidence from Indian healthcare

  • Authors: Singh S.P., Kundu T., Adhikari A., Basu S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: Journal of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis
    DOI: 10.1002/mcda.1767

In recent times, the increasing healthcare spending due to the rising health awareness signifies the importance of identifying the appropriate factors that influence patient satisfaction, weight assignment to these factors, and measurement of patient satisfaction becomes important. However, devising...(Read Full Abstract)

A pandemic and economic slowdown: the case of India

In this article, we use a novel dataset on new investment projects undertaken, available for states in India in quarterly frequency, to forecast economic activities in the wake of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Panel data estimates for the country, employing fixed effect and Generalized Method of Mo...(Read Full Abstract)

An assimilation maturity model for IT governance and auditing

  • Authors: Dutta A., Roy R., Seetharaman P.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: Information and Management
    DOI: 10.1016/j.im.2021.103569

This study develops a conceptual model of organizational IT assimilation maturity based on constructs in the IS literature, qualitative data analysis of three exploratory case studies, and general morphological analysis (GMA). We inductively extract four dimensions of IT assimilation – business proc...(Read Full Abstract)

Are professional fund managers less likely to sell winners? Evaluating how attention allocation impacts behavioural biases

Using monthly fund-level portfolio holdings data on Indian equity mutual funds, we explore the predictable patterns in the trading biases of fund managers induced by changing attention allocation patterns. In an emerging market setting, we investigate the tendency of fund managers to sell winners an...(Read Full Abstract)

Artificial intelligence for decision support systems in the field of operations research: review and future scope of research

  • Authors: Gupta S., Modgil S., Bhattacharyya S., Bose I.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: Annals of Operations Research
    DOI: 10.1007/s10479-020-03856-6

Operations research (OR) has been at the core of decision making since World War II, and today, business interactions on different platforms have changed business dynamics, introducing a high degree of uncertainty. To have a sustainable vision of their business, firms need to have a suitable decisio...(Read Full Abstract)

Avoiding the risk of de-legitimation: Impact of internationalization on earnings management of emerging market firms

  • Authors: Popli M., Raithatha M., Goyal L.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: Finance Research Letters
    DOI: 10.1016/j.frl.2022.102979

This study examines the impact of internationalization on the corporate misconduct of earnings management by emerging market multinational enterprises. We propose that internationalization exposes these firms to heightened scrutiny by meta-institutional field and host country stakeholders, and EMNEs...(Read Full Abstract)

Base of the pyramid producers’ constraints: An integrated review and research agenda

The Base of Pyramid (BoP) narrative has been dominated by the consumption perspective, as compared to producers’ perspective. The literature on the constraints faced by BoP producers in such resource-constrained environments remains scattered and fragmented. This paper, therefore, systematically rev...(Read Full Abstract)

Correction to: Financial Inclusion and Household Welfare: An Entropy-Based Consumption Diversifcation Approach (The European Journal of Development Research, (2022), 34, 3, (1486-1521), 10.1057/s41287-021-00431-y)

  • Authors: Chakrabarty M., Mukherjee S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: European Journal of Development Research
    DOI: 10.1057/s41287-021-00467-0

The article ‘Financial Inclusion and Household Welfare: An Entropy-Based Consumption Diversifcation Approach’, written by Manisha Chakrabarty and Subhankar Mukherjee, was originally published electronically on the publisher’s internet portal on 22 of July 2021 without open access. With the author(s)...(Read Full Abstract)

Digital access through smartphones and well-being of BoP women: insights from a field study in India

  • Authors: Parthiban R., Jaikumar S., Basak J., Bandyopadhyay S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: Information Technology and People
    DOI: 10.1108/ITP-10-2019-0552

Purpose: The authors study the effect of access to smartphones on the socio-economic well-being in the case of rural base of the pyramid (BoP) women. While smartphone access may have its benefits, the paper suggests augmenting access with a sociotechnical intermediary (STI) that facilitates training...(Read Full Abstract)

Digital transformation in entrepreneurial firms through information exchange with operating environment

  • Authors: Gupta G., Bose I.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: Information and Management
    DOI: 10.1016/j.im.2019.103243

Changing digital technologies and innovation threaten established business models. Increasing uncertainty in the operating environment often drives the need to transform the core business model of firms through a process of digital business transformation (DBT). In this study, we conduct a longitudi...(Read Full Abstract)

Do Private Sector Banks Manage Equity Capital Competently Compared to Public Sector Banks?: Evidence from India

  • Authors: Tripathi N.N., Ahamed N., Syamala S.R.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: Economic and Political Weekly

Private sector banks hold equity capital in excess of the regulatory requirement (400 basis points more from 2006 to 2017). The impact of excess capital in banks is examined through a partial adjustment approach with unbalanced panel data for listed Indian banks from 2006 to 2017. Findings reveal th...(Read Full Abstract)

Does societal trust affect corporate capital structure?

  • Authors: Chauhan Y., Jaiswall M., Goyal V.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: Emerging Markets Review
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ememar.2021.100845

This study examines whether societal trust diminishes the role that debt plays to mitigate agency problems between managers and shareholders. Using data from 46 countries, we find that societal trust is inversely associated with leverage ratio. Our results are robust to a battery of robustness tests...(Read Full Abstract)

Drivers, Barriers, and Facilitators of Entrepreneurship at BoP: Review, Conceptual Framework and Research Agenda

  • Authors: Kumar A., Kumra R., Singh R.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: Journal of Macromarketing
    DOI: 10.1177/02761467221088257

The extant review studies on the Base/bottom of the Pyramid (BoP) have paid inadequate attention to the producer and entrepreneur roles of the poor. This review article exclusively focused on BoP producers and subsistence entrepreneurs provides an overview of the current state of research on BoP pro...(Read Full Abstract)

Environmental Crisis as an Enabler of Entrepreneurial Activities in a Non-Profit Organization: A Case Study on Kendriya Vidyalaya

  • Authors: Pal S., Aljanova N., Biswas S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: South Asian Journal of Business and Management Cases
    DOI: 10.1177/22779779221099750

Although extant research shows that the environmental crisis enables entrepreneurial activities in for-profit firms, the relationship between the environmental crisis and entrepreneurial activities in the non-profit public sector organizations could not draw sufficient attention from the researchers...(Read Full Abstract)

Exploring the Employer–Employee Relationship: A Management Versus Employee Perspective of the Vicissitudes in the Virtual Workplace

  • Authors: Ganguly A., Joseph J.M., Dutta S., Dey K.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: Global Business Review
    DOI: 10.1177/09721509221086353

Employee–employer disputes have a long history. Being on different sides of the same coin, they have their own opinions and perspectives. These differences in narratives, viewpoints and disagreements have widened due to the sudden shift to a virtual workplace setting owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. ...(Read Full Abstract)

Extortion, competition among states and private investment in a federation: evidence from Indian manufacturing sector

  • Authors: Mukherjee V., Mukherjee P., Bose S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: Economic Change and Restructuring
    DOI: 10.1007/s10644-021-09335-7

The paper argues both theoretically and empirically that incidence of extortion reduces the flow of private investment at a state in a federation. The states compete in terms of their firm/industry-specific investment to retain the investment in their own jurisdiction. It uses the data from Indian s...(Read Full Abstract)

Finance Education in Business Schools During COVID-19 Pandemic: A Viewpoint

The recent crisis of COVID-19 poses a serious threat to the smooth functioning of the finance education in Indian business schools. Both general and specific pedagogical issues related to finance education crop up. However, innovation at institute and individual instructor level mitigates such threa...(Read Full Abstract)

Financial Inclusion and Household Welfare: An Entropy-Based Consumption Diversification Approach

  • Authors: Chakrabarty M., Mukherjee S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: European Journal of Development Research
    DOI: 10.1057/s41287-021-00431-y

State-led financial inclusion programmes have been implemented in many developing countries, but their effectiveness in raising welfare remains widely debated. In this article, we report evidence on this issue, against the backdrop of recent policy initiatives on financial inclusion in India. We emp...(Read Full Abstract)

Fixing the collective action problem in sovereign debt restructuring: significance of Global South solidarity

This paper attempts to analyse the limitations of contractual mechanisms of resolving collective action disputes against sovereign debtors. The Global South has been at the receiving end of the sovereign debt obligations and collective action clauses (CACs) agenda. The lack of control over the domes...(Read Full Abstract)

From pandemic to Prada: examining online luxury-brand self-narratives

  • Authors: Sharma Y., Silal P., Kumar J., Singh R.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Calcutta
    Source: Marketing Intelligence and Planning
    DOI: 10.1108/MIP-05-2021-0153

Purpose: Amidst the exponential spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, this study aims to explore the evolving dynamics underlying consumers' narratives about luxury-brands over social media. While visualizing these Online Luxury-Brand Self-Narratives (OLBSNs) as a decision-making situation, the authors q...(Read Full Abstract)