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Total No of Publication : 82

A link between productivity, globalisation and carbon emissions: evidence from emissions by coal, oil and gas

  • Authors: Ansari M.A., Akram V., Haider S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: Environmental Science and Pollution Research
    DOI: 10.1007/s11356-022-18557-9

Although much has been discussed about the link between renewable energy, globalisation and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, yet the impact of total factor productivity (TFP) on CO2 emissions is less known in the existing literature. Therefore, the present study considers TFP as one of the determinan...(Read Full Abstract)

A multi-objective optimization approach for DEA models in a fuzzy environment

Data envelopment analysis (DEA) is an important managerial tool for evaluating the performance of decision-making units (DMUs). The conventional DEA models are mostly in the static environment using deterministic/crisp data for input and output parameters. However, in real situations, input and outp...(Read Full Abstract)

Antecedents and consequences of organisational citizenship behaviour: a mediated-moderation examination in an emerging economy

  • Authors: Tayal R., Tripathi M., Singh N., Bamel U.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: International Journal of Emerging Markets
    DOI: 10.1108/IJOEM-09-2021-1383

Purpose: The objective of this paper is to employ a model to expand the literature's comprehension of the organisational citizenship behaviour (OCB) phenomenon in the Indian banking sector. The authors examine OCB as a mediator of the relationship between job embeddedness (JE), self-efficacy (SE) an...(Read Full Abstract)

Cab-sharing services and transformation expectations of consumers: the moderating role of materialism

  • Authors: Shaikh A., Mukerjee K., Banerjee S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: Benchmarking
    DOI: 10.1108/BIJ-09-2021-0525

Purpose: The study examines the role of attitude, perceived relative advantage and perceived risk on intention to participate in the sharing economy–based cab services in India. Further, it investigates the impact of intention to participate in the sharing economy on transformation expectations of c...(Read Full Abstract)

Consumer adoption of mobile payment services during COVID-19: extending meta-UTAUT with perceived severity and self-efficacy

  • Authors: Upadhyay N., Upadhyay S., Abed S.S., Dwivedi Y.K.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: International Journal of Bank Marketing
    DOI: 10.1108/IJBM-06-2021-0262

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to identify and examine the important factors that could affect consumers' behavioural intention and use behaviour towards mobile payment services during COVID-19. Design/methodology/approach: The proposed model extends meta-Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use ...(Read Full Abstract)

Correction to: The Association of Financial Socialization with Financial Self-Efficacy and Autonomy: A Study of Young Students in India (Journal of Family and Economic Issues, (2022), 43, 2, (397-414), 10.1007/s10834-021-09797-x)

The original version of the article unfortunately contained a mistake in appearance of the author name. The given name and family name were erroneously transposed. The incorrect author name is: Jariwala Harsha Vijaykumar. The correct author name is: Harsha Vijaykumar Jariwala. Second, the additional...(Read Full Abstract)

Determinants of early-stage entrepreneurship in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Evidence from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Database

  • Authors: Shabir S., Ali J.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: Managerial and Decision Economics
    DOI: 10.1002/mde.3474

This study aims at identifying the determinants of early-stage entrepreneurial activities (TEA) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia based on the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) survey. Out of 4,048 adult populations surveyed in Saudi Arabia, about 11.4% have reported early-stage entrepreneurial act...(Read Full Abstract)

Determinants of financial inclusion across gender in Saudi Arabia: evidence from the World Bank's Global Financial Inclusion survey

  • Authors: Shabir S., Ali J.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: International Journal of Social Economics
    DOI: 10.1108/IJSE-07-2021-0384

Purpose: This paper investigates the magnitude of financial inclusion in terms of ownership and usage of financial products across gender in Saudi Arabia based on the World Bank's Global Financial Inclusion (GFI) survey data. Design/methodology/approach: This study derives the data from the GFI surv...(Read Full Abstract)

Do countries converge in natural resources rents? Evidence from club convergence analysis

Considering the importance of natural resources in output inequality across the globe which has socio-economic and political consequences, this paper examines the club convergence of natural resources rents across 108 countries for a period of 1970–2019 using clustering algorithms as propounded by P...(Read Full Abstract)

Does economic complexity lead to global carbon emissions convergence?

  • Authors: Ali J., Akram V., Burhan M.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: Environmental Science and Pollution Research
    DOI: 10.1007/s11356-022-19188-w

This study examines how economic complexity, along with human capital, total factor productivity, foreign direct investment, and trade openness, leads to per capita CO2 emissions (PCO2Es) convergence at club level in the case of 42 countries for the period of 1998–2019. To do so, first, this study i...(Read Full Abstract)

Does government revenue converge across Indian states? Evidence from club convergence

While the bulk of the studies in India examine the convergence of per-capita income or expenditures, we investigate whether there is any evidence of convergence of government revenues and its various compositions by focusing a panel of 22 Indian states for the periods 1980–81 to 2014–15. To answer t...(Read Full Abstract)

Drivers of showrooming behaviour: insights from integrated perspectives

  • Authors: Arora S., Sahney S., Parida R.R.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management
    DOI: 10.1108/IJRDM-09-2020-0374

Purpose: The paper investigates shoppers' justification behind the showrooming behaviour and proposes an integrated SOR-MOA framework and a SAP-LAP model for a better understanding of the showrooming phenomenon. Design/methodology/approach: The study adopts a qualitative approach. A narrative-based ...(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 Jammu
    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)

Factors affecting access to clean cooking fuel among rural households in India during COVID-19 pandemic

  • Authors: Ali J., Khan W.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: Energy for Sustainable Development
    DOI: 10.1016/j.esd.2022.01.006

This paper investigates the factors affecting access to clean cooking fuel among rural Indian households during the COVID-19 outbreak, based on World Bank's rural impact survey, covering 2731 rural households. Our analysis shows a significant decline in access to clean fuel among rural households fr...(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 Jammu
    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)

Fun at workplace and intention to leave: role of work engagement and group cohesion

  • Authors: Jyoti J., Dimple
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management
    DOI: 10.1108/IJCHM-06-2021-0704

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine the role of work engagement (WE) and group cohesion (GC) in the context of fun at workplace (FAW) and its outcomes. Design/methodology/approach: In total, 753 employees of fast food chain restaurants in India have been contacted, and 244 responded bac...(Read Full Abstract)

Health awareness of rural households towards COVID-19 pandemic in India: Evidence from Rural Impact Survey of the World Bank

  • Authors: Ali J., Singh S., Khan W.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: Journal of Public Affairs
    DOI: 10.1002/pa.2819

This paper aims at analysing the level of awareness of the symptoms and the methods of protection from COVID-19 based on the Rural Impact Survey of the World Bank, collected from 5200 households belonging to six states in India that is, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, an...(Read Full Abstract)

How COVID-19 impacts consumer purchase intention towards health and hygiene products in India?

  • Authors: Kumari P., Bhateja B.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: South Asian Journal of Business Studies
    DOI: 10.1108/SAJBS-05-2021-0185

Purpose: The surge in coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in India raises the need to study the variables that affect product and category choices, consumer buying preferences and consumrs' future spending. The purpose of the research is to analyse the purchasing behaviour of Indian consumers with ...(Read Full Abstract)

How Yoga-Based Practices Build Altruistic Behavior? Examining the Role of Subjective Vitality, Self-transcendence, and Psychological Capital

  • Authors: Dagar C., Pandey A., Navare A.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: Journal of Business Ethics
    DOI: 10.1007/s10551-020-04654-7

Broader outlook, ethics, and social responsibility have been long-standing concerns in business practices and management. In this regard, an effective management education would play a pivotal role in instilling an ethical grounding among management students, who represent the future management prac...(Read Full Abstract)

Impact of brand nostalgia on intention to purchase brand extensions: moderating role of brand attachment

  • Authors: Banerjee S., Shaikh A.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Jammu
    Source: Journal of Product and Brand Management
    DOI: 10.1108/JPBM-10-2020-3149

Purpose: The study aims to investigate the impact of brand nostalgia, self-brand connections and parent brand trust on brand extension purchase intention. Additionally, the research examines the moderating effect of brand attachment on the link between brand nostalgia and intention to purchase brand...(Read Full Abstract)