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Total No of Publication : 244

A capability pathway to subjective economic well-being: Looking beyond materialism

By integrating sociological factors, this study explores novel causal mechanisms to broaden the understanding of subjective economic well-being (SEWB). The results of a probit regression analysis of Indian Human Development Survey (IHDS) cross-sectional and panel data reveal a positive, significant ...(Read Full Abstract)

A new solution approach for multi-stage semi-open queuing networks: An application in shuttle-based compact storage systems

  • Authors: Kumawat G.L., Roy D.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Computers and Operations Research
    DOI: 10.1016/j.cor.2020.105086

Multi-stage semi-open queuing networks (SOQNs) are widely used to analyze the performance of multi-stage manufacturing systems and automated warehousing systems. While there are several methods available for solving single-stage SOQNs, solution methods for multi-stage SOQNs are limited. Decompositio...(Read Full Abstract)

AGV or Lift-AGV? Performance trade-offs and design insights for container terminals with robotized transport vehicle technology

New container terminals are embracing robotized transport vehicles such as lift-automated guided vehicles (LAGVs) and automated guided vehicles (AGVs) to enhance the terminal throughput capacity. Although LAGVs have a high container handling time, they require less coordination with other terminal e...(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 Udaipur
    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)

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: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    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)

Challenging the Discourse of Leadership as Knowledge: Knowing and Not Knowing

  • Authors: Doshi V., Turner P.K., Vohra N.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Management Communication Quarterly
    DOI: 10.1177/0893318920950462

Leadership and knowledge are often paired together. Yet, certain forces that operate on businesses and individuals are often unknowable. In this study, we consider leaders’ perceptions of the consequences of not knowing and how leaders discursively cope with a sense of not knowing. Based on intervie...(Read Full Abstract)

Closing the gender gap in top management teams: An examination of diversity and compensation parity in family and non-family firms

  • Authors: Jain S.S., Fernando G.D., Tripathy A., Bhatia S.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of Family Business Strategy
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jfbs.2020.100388

This study examines gender equity – representation and compensation in top management – in listed family and non-family firms in the U.S. We integrate diversity, gender, and family firm perspectives, to understand how family firms vary from their non-family peers when making strategic choices about ...(Read Full Abstract)

Dhanashree Agro: transforming a “Farmer First” model

  • Authors: Pingali S.R., Korem J.R.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies
    DOI: 10.1108/EEMCS-07-2020-0269

Learning outcomes: The learning outcomes are as follows: to understand the management styles and motivations of SME founders; to understand how SMEs innovate with limited resources; to develop and evaluate technology and platform options to solve operational and business model issues; to build a tra...(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)

Empowering leadership and followers' good and bad behaviors: A dual mediation model

  • Authors: Rai A., Kim M.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Human Resource Development Quarterly
    DOI: 10.1002/hrdq.21431

Drawing from social exchange theory and conservation of resources theory, the present study examines the effects of empowering leadership on followers' innovative work behavior (IWB) and organizational deviance through two underlying psychological mechanisms: (a) by developing followers' trust in le...(Read Full Abstract)

Evaluating the performance of primary schools in India: evidence from West Bengal

  • Authors: Adhikari A., Bhattacharyya S., Basu S., Bhattacharya R.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management
    DOI: 10.1108/IJPPM-07-2020-0374

Purpose: In the context of India, this article proposes an integrated multicriteria decision-making (MCDM) regression-based methodology to evaluate input-level performance of the schools and investigate the impact of this performance along with contextual factors, i.e. medium of instruction and loca...(Read Full Abstract)

Examining the impact of justice perceptions on workplace bullying: a moderated mediational model of PCV and PDO

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between justice perceptions (distributive, procedural and interactional) and workplace bullying and to test the mediating role of psychological contract violation (PCV) in this relationship and the extent to which the mediation is mod...(Read Full Abstract)

Firm internationalization and long-term impact of the Covid-19 pandemic

  • Authors: Nagarajan V., Sharma P.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Managerial and Decision Economics
    DOI: 10.1002/mde.3321

We infer market expectations regarding the relationship between firm internationalization and the long-term impact of the Covid-19 pandemic by using a novel approach to decompose global stock prices into their short- and long-term value components. In general, firms with a greater proportion of fore...(Read Full Abstract)

Forecasting gains by using extreme value theory with realised GARCH filter

Early empirical evidence suggests that the realised generalised autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity (GARCH) model provides significant forecasting gains over the standard GARCH models in volatility forecasting. We extend this literature in quantile forecasting by implementing conditional e...(Read Full Abstract)

Game of names: Blockchain premium in corporate names

  • Authors: Sharma P., Paul S.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Managerial and Decision Economics
    DOI: 10.1002/mde.3307

We examine stock price response around cryptocurrency-related corporate name change announcements using an event study framework. We find that cryptocurrency-related name changes generate larger gains in share price and volume than other corporate name changes. The valuation gains associated with cr...(Read Full Abstract)

Gender segregation and wage differentials in India: the role of educational attainment and occupational choices

  • Authors: Agrawal T.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: International Journal of Manpower
    DOI: 10.1108/IJM-10-2019-0466

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the interrelation between two important dimensions of gender segregation: education and occupation. It further investigates the gender wage gap. Design/methodology/approach: The author uses a three-way additive decomposition of the mutual information ...(Read Full Abstract)

How does the adoption of digital payment technologies influence unorganized retailers’ performance? An investigation in an emerging market

  • Authors: Adhikary A., Diatha K.S., Borah S.B., Sharma A.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science
    DOI: 10.1007/s11747-021-00778-y

Unorganized retail dominates the retail landscape across emerging markets (EMs) and is undergoing rapid digitalization. However, the extant literature has not explored the impact of digital payment system adoption on unorganized retailer (UR) performance. By conducting three related studies and rely...(Read Full Abstract)

On distance based goodness of fit tests for missing data when missing occurs at random

  • Authors: Dhar S.S., Das U.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Statistics
    DOI: 10.1111/anzs.12313

Various non-parametric goodness of fit tests have already been investigated in the literature. However, those tests are rarely used in the case of missing observations. We here study the goodness of fit test for missing data based on Lp distances along with Kolmogorov–Smirnov and Cramer–von-Mises di...(Read Full Abstract)

Risk and ambiguous choices: individual versus groups, an experimental analysis

  • Authors: Aggarwal D., Damodaran U., Mohanty P., Israel D.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Review of Behavioral Finance
    DOI: 10.1108/RBF-02-2021-0017

Purpose: This study examines individual ambiguity attitudes alone and in groups by leveraging the descriptive model of anchoring and adjustment on decision-making under ambiguity. The study extends Ellsberg's probability ambiguity to outcome ambiguity and examines decisions made under both ambiguiti...(Read Full Abstract)

Selection of influential variables in ordinal data with preponderance of zeros

  • Authors: Das U., Das K.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Statistica Neerlandica
    DOI: 10.1111/stan.12225

Presence of excess zero in ordinal data is pervasive in areas like medical and social sciences. Unfortunately, analysis of such kind of data has so far hardly been looked into, perhaps for the reason that the underlying model that fits such data, is not a generalized linear model. Obviously some met...(Read Full Abstract)