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Total No of Publication : 339

A deep learning-based approach for performance assessment and prediction: A case study of pulp and paper industries

  • Authors: Jauhar S.K., Raj P.V.R.P., Kamble S., Pratap S., Gupta S., Belhadi A.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Annals of Operations Research
    DOI: 10.1007/s10479-022-04528-3

The pulp and paper industry is critical to global industrial and economic development. Recently, India's pulp and paper industries have been facing severe competitive challenges. The challenges have impaired the environmental performance and resulted in the closure of several operations. Assessment ...(Read Full Abstract)

A moderated-mediation approach to LMX-outcome relationship in M&A

  • Authors: Samal A., Chatterjee D.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Journal of General Management
    DOI: 10.1177/03063070211013331

How employees think and relate to their jobs is a significant area of interest to scholars and practitioners in the organizational change management domain. The current study examines the role of leader–member exchange (LMX) quality on individual resistance to change (RTC) in the context of mergers ...(Read Full Abstract)

A penalty-reward system for pro-environmental project execution

In this paper, an evolutionary game was developed and used to simulate interactions among the key stakeholders associated with the monitoring and control of environmental impact of the projects. The system dynamics simulation of the evolutionary game indicated problems in sustaining desired behaviou...(Read Full Abstract)

A qualitative study proposing service quality dimensions for video-on-demand services through over-the-top medium

  • Authors: Datta S., Utkarsh
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications
    DOI: 10.1108/IJPCC-05-2021-0122

Purpose: The behaviour of audience, consuming video entertainment, has changed intensely over the years. Lately, the consumers have increasingly preferred to watch video programs, through video-on-demand services through over-the-top medium. The service is novel and the consumer’s perception of the ...(Read Full Abstract)

Application of CRISP-DM methodology for managing human-wildlife conflicts: an empirical case study in India

  • Authors: Krishnaswamy V., Singh N., Sharma M., Verma N., Verma A.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Journal of Environmental Planning and Management
    DOI: 10.1080/09640568.2022.2070460

Human-wildlife conflict (HWC) is a major concern for protected area management. Managing HWC around protected areas requires structured and replicable processes to reduce subjectivity and promote adherence to good governance principles. The Cross-Industry Standard Process for Data Mining (CRISP-DM) ...(Read Full Abstract)

Assessing Customers' Moral Disengagement from Reciprocity Concerns in Participative Pricing

  • Authors: Narwal P., Nayak J.K., Rai S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Journal of Business Ethics
    DOI: 10.1007/s10551-021-04782-8

Participative pricing demonstrates the basic idea of allowing customer participation in price-setting process. Nottingham Playhouse, IBIS Singapore, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Wiener Deewan, Girl Talk, 8k, Zest consulting, Radiohead band and many more have successfully implemented pay-what-you-want...(Read Full Abstract)

Bibliometric study on asset pricing

  • Authors: Ali A., Bashir H.A.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Qualitative Research in Financial Markets
    DOI: 10.1108/QRFM-07-2020-0114

Purpose: This study aims to provide a comprehensive overview of asset pricing research and identifies the general research trends in the area. The study also aims to provide future direction to the researchers in the area of asset pricing. Design/methodology/approach: The study uses bibliometric ana...(Read Full Abstract)

Brand hate: A systematic literature review and future research agenda

  • Authors: Yadav A., Chakrabarti S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: International Journal of Consumer Studies
    DOI: 10.1111/ijcs.12772

With the upsurge in academia’s interest in understanding the feeling of hatred toward brands in recent years, there is a need to consolidate the relevant literature. Through this study, the authors provide a systematic review of the extant literature on brand hate and shed light upon future research...(Read Full Abstract)

Business strategy and classification shifting: Indian evidence

  • Authors: Bansal M., Bashir H.A.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Journal of Accounting in Emerging Economies
    DOI: 10.1108/JAEE-03-2021-0099

Purpose: This study aims to investigate the impact of business strategy on the classification shifting practices of Indian firms. Design/methodology/approach: The study considered cost leadership and differentiation strategy. Two forms of classification shifting, namely, expense misclassification an...(Read Full Abstract)

Can Gamification Define Consumers’ Response Toward Brands? Examining the Impact of Gamified Health and Fitness Applications on Purchase Intention

The ultimate goal of any brand is to get positive responses from customers both emotionally and behaviorally for its marketing activities. This study examined how gamified interactions on health and fitness applications impacted consumers’ purchase intentions and assessed the role of positive emotio...(Read Full Abstract)

CGPL—Survival Through Engagement at a Time of Turbulence

  • Authors: Choudhury S.S., Chatterjee D.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Global Business Review
    DOI: 10.1177/0972150919862944

This is a case of organizational development at Coastal Gujarat Power Ltd. (CGPL), Mundra in Gujarat, India. CGPL was formed as 100% subsidiary of Tata Power in April 2007. CGPL is India's first Ultra Mega Power Plant of 4000 MW capacity. CGPL has put India into global power map by utilizing the bes...(Read Full Abstract)

Connectedness among major cryptocurrencies in standard times and during the COVID-19 outbreak

  • Authors: Kumar A., Iqbal N., Mitra S.K., Kristoufek L., Bouri E.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money
    DOI: 10.1016/j.intfin.2022.101523

The cryptocurrency markets are perceived as being dominated by Bitcoin leading the overall system dynamics. Although the previous empirical evidence points towards strong connections among selected cryptocurrencies or, from the other side, weak dependence between Bitcoin and traditional financial as...(Read Full Abstract)

Corrigendum to “Investor attention and Google Search Volume Index: Evidence from an emerging market using quantile regression analysis” (Research in International Business and Finance (2019) 50 (1–17), (S0275531918307967), (10.1016/j.ribaf.2019.04.010))

  • Authors: Swamy V., Dharani M., Takeda F.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Research in International Business and Finance
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ribaf.2021.101560

The authors regret not citing Swamy and Dharani (2019). Swamy, Vighneswara, and Munusamy Dharani, (2019), “Investor attention using the Google search volume index–impact on stock returns”, Review of Behavioral Finance 11(1): 56–70. Which is closely related to our article. The authors clarify the imp...(Read Full Abstract)

Decision-making framework for identifying regions vulnerable to transmission of COVID-19 pandemic

  • Authors: Gupta R., Rathore B., Srivastava A., Biswas B.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Computers and Industrial Engineering
    DOI: 10.1016/j.cie.2022.108207

At the beginning of 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) identified an unusual coronavirus and declared the associated COVID-19 disease as a global pandemic. We proposed a novel hybrid fuzzy decision-making framework to identify and analyze these transmission factors and conduct proactive decis...(Read Full Abstract)

Design and selection of government policies for electric vehicles adoption: A global perspective

  • Authors: Srivastava A., Kumar R.R., Chakraborty A., Mateen A., Narayanamurthy G.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review
    DOI: 10.1016/j.tre.2022.102726

Regardless of increased attention in electric vehicles (EV) market expansion, the actual penetration of EVs remains low globally. Almost all major OEMs have announced investment plans to ensure that EVs constitute a major, if not complete, chunk of their product portfolios. On their part, government...(Read Full Abstract)

Do institutional investors perform better in emerging markets?

  • Authors: Badhani K.N., Kumar A., Vo X.V., Tayde M.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: International Review of Economics and Finance
    DOI: 10.1016/j.iref.2022.01.003

Emerging markets with their imperfections, low liquidity, and dominance of naive retail investors are likely to provide attractive profit-making opportunities for sophisticated and resourceful institutional investors. The institutional investors traditionally had low participation in these markets, ...(Read Full Abstract)

Does a search attention index explain portfolio returns in India?

  • Authors: Dharani M., Hassan M.K., Abedin M.Z., Ismail M.A.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Borsa Istanbul Review
    DOI: 10.1016/j.bir.2021.04.003

Employing asset-pricing models over the period 2012 to 2017, this study examines whether a search attention index (SAI) explains the variation in the weekly excess return of stocks. The study finds that the estimated abnormal return of a portfolio based on search intensity is significantly high for ...(Read Full Abstract)

Does the Covid-19 pandemic affect faith-based investments? Evidence from global sectoral indices

  • Authors: Dharani M., Hassan M.K., Rabbani M.R., Huq T.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Research in International Business and Finance
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ribaf.2021.101537

In this paper, we aim to investigate the influence of the Covid-19 on the behavior of the S&P 1200 Shariah and non-Shariah sectoral indices over the period from 1st October 2010 to 29th October 2020. We contribute to the global literature by examining the financial impact of the Covid-19 on the Shar...(Read Full Abstract)

Economic Policy Uncertainty Versus Sector Volatility: Evidence from India Using Multi-scale Wavelet Granger Causality Analysis

  • Authors: Ambatipudi V., Kumar D.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Journal of Emerging Market Finance
    DOI: 10.1177/09726527221078352

The present study examines the relationship between Indian economic policy uncertainty (IEPU) and the different sector volatilities (SVs) of the Indian economy over the period 2006–2021. The relationship is studied using a multi-scale correlation framework, combining wavelet coherence analysis with ...(Read Full Abstract)

Effect of adaptive capability and entrepreneurial orientation on SBU performance: moderating role of success trap

  • Authors: Rangaswamy U.S., Chaudhary S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: Management Research Review
    DOI: 10.1108/MRR-01-2021-0027

Purpose: While prior research has theorized the relevance of adaptive capability (AC) to firm performance, skepticism remains regarding boundary conditions of the AC – performance relationship. This study aims to attempt to understand the intervening effect of entrepreneurial orientation (EO) impact...(Read Full Abstract)