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Total No of Publication : 70


A behavioural simulation study of allocating evacuees to public emergency shelters

  • Authors: Nagarajan M., Shaw D.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2021.102083

The opening of public shelters to provide evacuees with access to safety and welfare is a typical response to large-scale emergencies. In some countries, officials allocate people at risk to shelters based on the location of their residence or workplace and this advice is communicated to them in adv...(Read Full Abstract)


A multi-motivational general model of entrepreneurial intention

  • Authors: Douglas E.J., Shepherd D.A., Venugopal V.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Journal of Business Venturing
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jbusvent.2021.106107

We develop and test an overarching model of entrepreneurial intention that includes profit, social impact, and innovation as the three main drivers of entrepreneurial behavior. A holistic model is developed to identify separately the generic intention to be a self-employed entrepreneur from the asso...(Read Full Abstract)


Agency conflict in diversified business groups and performance of affiliated firms in India: Contingent effect of external constraint and internal governance

  • Authors: Purkayastha A., Pattnaik C., Pathak A.A.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: European Management Journal
    DOI: 10.1016/j.emj.2021.05.004

This study examines how diversification in Indian business groups creates multiple forms of agency problems and has performance implications for group-affiliated firms. Departing from prior literature which emphasizes the principal–principal agency conflict in business groups, we argue that business...(Read Full Abstract)


An Inquiry into the Persistence of Holiday Effect on Stock Markets in India: Insights and Perspectives on a Seasonal Anomaly

  • Authors: Tadepalli M.S., Jain R.K., Metri B.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: FIIB Business Review
    DOI: 10.1177/23197145211016894

Asset pricing is a key area of literature in analysing and evaluating the stock market efficiency. Though various pricing models made efforts to explain the behaviour of the stocks, the existence of seasonal anomalies in the stock markets creates an opportunity for the investors to generate abnormal...(Read Full Abstract)


An Inquiry into the Persistence of Turn-of-the-Month Effect on Stock Markets in India: Insights and Perspectives on a Seasonal Anomaly

  • Authors: Tadepalli M.S., Jain R.K., Metri A.B.A.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Business Perspectives and Research
    DOI: 10.1177/2278533721994713

Asset pricing in capital markets is a strikingly vibrant area of academic research and is considered as an indicator to evaluate the efficiency of stock markets. Though the explanation for the seasonal behavior of capital markets was attempted by various market models, several anomalies were observe...(Read Full Abstract)


Career self-efficacy and education abroad: implications for future global workforce

  • Authors: Arghode V., Heminger S., McLean G.N.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: European Journal of Training and Development
    DOI: 10.1108/EJTD-02-2020-0034

Purpose: This study aims to explore how career self-efficacy shapes an individual’s career decisions and how learning and development interventions, including participation in education abroad, might play a role in career choice. Design/methodology/approach: The authors used the following databases ...(Read Full Abstract)


Challenges common service centers (CSCs) face in delivering e-government services in rural India

  • Authors: Sharma S.K., Metri B., Dwivedi Y.K., Rana N.P.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Government Information Quarterly
    DOI: 10.1016/j.giq.2021.101573

Many developing countries across the world are allocating a significant share of their budgets for e-government initiatives. Common service centers (CSCs) are e-government initiatives that aim to increase access to public services and promote easy and direct interaction with the government. These e-...(Read Full Abstract)


Construct validity of public service motivation in India: a comparison of two measures

  • Authors: Gupta R., Dash S., Kakkar S., Yadav R.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Evidence-based HRM
    DOI: 10.1108/EBHRM-11-2019-0107

Purpose: Public service motivation (PSM) is a universal construct, but indigenous traditions and culture of a country are known to influence its measurement. Currently, no research on PSM in India is available. To facilitate PSM research in India, this article compares the two most used measures of ...(Read Full Abstract)


Correction to: Does It Pay to Be Authentic? Implications of Authenticity for Life Satisfaction and Psychological Well-Being in a Collectivist Culture (Journal of Happiness Studies, (2021), 22, 1, (147-161), 10.1007/s10902-020-00223-x)

Purpose: Public service motivation (PSM) is a universal construct, but indigenous traditions and culture of a country are known to influence its measurement. Currently, no research on PSM in India is available. To facilitate PSM research in India, this article compares the two most used measures of ...(Read Full Abstract)


DIY Entrepreneurship? – Self-reliance for Women Refugees in Australia

  • Authors: Huq A., Venugopal V.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: International Migration
    DOI: 10.1111/imig.12727

In this paper, we call for a re-examination of the self-reliance ideology based on a neoliberal perspective to make policies for refugee women's (self-)employment and integration. We use a social constructionist perspective to conduct a narrative analysis of data from the lived experience of twelve ...(Read Full Abstract)


Does It Pay to Be Authentic? Implications of Authenticity for Life Satisfaction and Psychological Well-Being in a Collectivist Culture

Extant literature has shown that authenticity is positively related with life satisfaction and psychological well-being. Nonetheless, most of the previous research has been conducted in Western and European individualistic countries. The association of authenticity with life satisfaction and psychol...(Read Full Abstract)


Emotional Labor, Emotional Intelligence, and Burnout among School Principals: Testing a Mediational Model

  • Authors: Silbaugh M.W., Barker D.B., Arghode V.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Leadership and Policy in Schools
    DOI: 10.1080/15700763.2021.1904511

We tested an emotional labor (EL) model, in the form of surface acting and deep acting, as a mediator in the relationship between emotional intelligence (EI) and burnout as experienced by public school principals. A questionnaire survey of public-school principals in a Pennsylvania County was used t...(Read Full Abstract)


Financial Astrology and Behavioral Bias: Evidence from India

  • Authors: Mahendra A., Mohanty S.P., Sudalaimuthu S.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Asia-Pacific Financial Markets
    DOI: 10.1007/s10690-020-09310-8

Purpose of the study is to analyse the retrograde effect of mercury on Indian stock indices, i.e., Nifty50 and BSE Sensex. This paper presents and probes, whether the usually described phenomenon of the retrogratory effect of planets in Indian astrology persists in Indian stock indices. This researc...(Read Full Abstract)


Helping women intrapreneurial leaders flourish: appreciating emotional labor:

  • Authors: Biju R., Pathak A.A.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Development and Learning in Organizations
    DOI: 10.1108/DLO-02-2020-0049

Purpose: Faced with dynamic and challenging environments, organizations today expect all their leaders, including their women leaders, to be highly intrapreneurial. However, intrapreneurship is traditionally perceived to be a masculine activity. In order to appear intrapreneurial, women leaders cons...(Read Full Abstract)


Is India moving up the global value chain? A sectoral study of Indian exports

  • Authors: Mukherjee D.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: Economic and Political Weekly

Purpose: Faced with dynamic and challenging environments, organizations today expect all their leaders, including their women leaders, to be highly intrapreneurial. However, intrapreneurship is traditionally perceived to be a masculine activity. In order to appear intrapreneurial, women leaders cons...(Read Full Abstract)


Managing plastic packaging waste in emerging economies: The case of EPR in India

India's large population, rapidly growing economy, and the consequent rising plastic waste, has necessitated the need for an efficient and effective plastic waste management (PWM) system for ensuring an environmentally cleaner and sustainable future. Consequently, PWM policy in India has recently un...(Read Full Abstract)


Migrant trailing spouses: Career adaptability and occupational downshifting

  • Authors: Venugopal V., Huq A.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: International Migration
    DOI: 10.1111/imig.12864

This study examines career adaptability of trailing spouses whose comparative advantage most strikingly illustrates the erosion over time of career agency for migrant women, or what is known as “occupational downshifting.” Problematising occupational downshifting as a major obstacle to social integr...(Read Full Abstract)


Optimal portfolio choice with stock market entry costs and human capital investments: A developing country model

  • Authors: Thakurata I.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Nagpur
    Source: International Review of Economics and Finance
    DOI: 10.1016/j.iref.2020.11.005

This study estimates that stock market entry costs of around 31–35% of income can explain the observed level of non-participation in developing countries. Employing a two-generation, multi-period model with income risk, borrowing constraints and flexible human capital investment options in the offsp...(Read Full Abstract)


Sustainable perspectives on transportation: Public perception towards odd-even restrictive driving policy in Delhi, India

The odd-even restrictive driving policy to reduce smog pollution in Delhi, India was implemented for the third time from November 4–15, 2019. This policy aimed to not only reduce personal vehicles on the road, but also motivate commuters toward sustainable transportation. In this paper, we examine p...(Read Full Abstract)


What Motivates Consumers to Write Online Reviews? Qualitative Research in the Indian Cultural Context

The study explores and understands the antecedents that motivate the consumers to write online reviews on online consumer-opinion platforms in the Indian cultural context. This research employed the qualitative research approach using the in-depth interview method to understand the consumers’ motiva...(Read Full Abstract)