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Total No of Publication : 281

A binomial decision tree to manage yield-uncertainty in multi-round academic admissions processes

  • Authors: Ganguly S., Basu R., Nagarajan V.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Naval Research Logistics
    DOI: 10.1002/nav.22012

Admissions to academic programs often involve filling a number of seats by making offers to a ranked list of qualified candidates over a finite number of rounds. Two sources of uncertainty need consideration when making admission offers: first, a random fraction of offers is accepted by applicants; ...(Read Full Abstract)

Approximate confidence intervals for the difference in proportions for partially observed binary data

  • Authors: Das U., Basu R.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Statistical Methods in Medical Research
    DOI: 10.1177/09622802211060528

We consider partially observed binary matched-pair data. We assume that the incomplete subjects are missing at random. Within this missing framework, we propose an EM-algorithm based approach to construct an interval estimator of the proportion difference incorporating all the subjects. In conjuncti...(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 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)

Beyond Consumption Expenditure: Income Inequality and Its Sources in India

  • Authors: Agrawal T., Agrawal A.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Progress in Development Studies
    DOI: 10.1177/14649934221101735

A considerable body of research on inequality in India has focused on consumption inequality. This article compares inequality in consumption expenditure and income, using two waves of the India Human Development Survey. We find that while income inequality increased marginally, expenditure inequali...(Read Full Abstract)

Breaking “Bad”: Negativity's benefit for entrepreneurial funding

How does sentiment in a pitch affect an entrepreneur's fundraising outcomes? Although research suggests that negativity in entrepreneurial “pitches” to investors adversely impacts resource acquisition, there is a lack of empirical research showing whether, and to what extent, this is true. We study ...(Read Full Abstract)

Complexity in a multinational enterprise’s global supply chain and its international business performance: A bane or a boon?

  • Authors: Sharma A., Kumar V., Borah S.B., Adhikary A.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of International Business Studies
    DOI: 10.1057/s41267-021-00497-0

The literature on marketing, operations management, and strategy has investigated the impacts of a firm’s supplier network structure and complexity on its financial, environmental, and innovation performance. However, our understanding of how the global supply chain complexities of a multinational e...(Read Full Abstract)

COVID-19 vaccine preferences in India

India's mass vaccination efforts have been slow due to high levels of vaccine hesitancy. This study uses data from an online discrete choice experiment with 1371 respondents to rigorously examine the factors shaping vaccine preference in the country. We find that vaccine efficacy, presence of side e...(Read Full Abstract)

Economic nationalism and internationalization of services: Review and research agenda

  • Authors: Rammal H.G., Rose E.L., Ghauri P.N., Ørberg Jensen P.D., Kipping M., Petersen B., Scerri M.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of World Business
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jwb.2022.101314

The world is witnessing a growth in economic nationalism, especially in countries like the United States and United Kingdom, where this would scarcely have been predicted a few years ago. These developments threaten the internationalization of services and gains made through various global trading a...(Read Full Abstract)

Expansive or focused attention? An exploration–exploitation perspective on e-Business systems and firm performance

  • Authors: Krishnakumar S.K., Kishore R., Suresh N.C.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Production and Operations Management
    DOI: 10.1111/poms.13664

This study posits that executive attention can significantly influence the impacts of customer-facing electronic business (e-Business) systems on firm performance. Using the exploration–exploitation perspective (EEP) as an overarching theoretical framework, and the theoretical lens of attention-base...(Read Full Abstract)

Experiencing liminality: At the crossroads of neoliberal and gendered experiences

  • Authors: Doshi V.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Gender, Work and Organization
    DOI: 10.1111/gwao.12810

Women entrepreneurship literature has unveiled the gendered assumptions of entrepreneurship. More recently, critical woman entrepreneurship literature is increasingly focusing on the neoliberal discourses in women entrepreneurship. What remains relatively under-explored is how women entrepreneurs ex...(Read Full Abstract)

Identity tensions of women with two leadership positions in India

  • Authors: Banerjee D., Memon N.Z.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Gender, Work and Organization
    DOI: 10.1111/gwao.12735

Identity narratives enhance the understanding of women’s leadership, but there exist very few in-depth analyses of negative identity tensions that influence agency. In this study, we examine the negative identity tensions of well-to-do women from small towns in India, who hold two leadership positio...(Read Full Abstract)

Intuitionistic fuzzy least square twin support vector machines for pattern classification

  • Authors: Laxmi S., Gupta S.K., Kumar S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Annals of Operations Research
    DOI: 10.1007/s10479-022-04626-2

Twin support vector machine (TSVM) is an effective machine learning tool for classification problems. However, TSVM classifier works on empirical risk principle only and also while training, each sample contributes equally, even if it is a noise or an outlier. It does not incorporate the uncertainti...(Read Full Abstract)

Knowledge Commoning: Scaffolding and Technoficing to Overcome Challenges of Knowledge Curation

  • Authors: Qureshi I., Bhatt B., Parthiban R., Sun R., Shukla D.M., Hota P.K., Xu Z.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Information and Organization
    DOI: 10.1016/j.infoandorg.2022.100410

Extant approaches to information provisioning to farmers to improve agricultural productivity, and thereby alleviate poverty have relied on top-down external expert-driven knowledge. Such external knowledge involves decontextualised content and the use of technical language, and is resource-intensiv...(Read Full Abstract)

Like father, like son: does migration experienced during child schooling affect mobility?

Using a sample of 39,297 father-son pairs from Indian Human Development Surveys (IHDS), we examine whether migration experienced during child schooling affects the relationship between parent and child education. We relax the co-residency restriction for father-son pairs to obviate coresident sample...(Read Full Abstract)

Semiparametric multiple inflation count model with application to a smoking cessation study

  • Authors: Das U., Basu R.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Statistics in Medicine
    DOI: 10.1002/sim.9380

Count data are observed by practitioners across various fields. Often, a substantially large proportion of one or some values causes extra variation and may lead to a particular case of mixed structured data. In these cases, a standard count model may lead to poor inference of the parameters involve...(Read Full Abstract)

Sources of knowledge and process innovation: The moderating role of perceived competitive intensity

  • Authors: Aliasghar O., Rose E.L., Asakawa K.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: International Business Review
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ibusrev.2021.101920

Global competition means that firms are under pressure to systematically develop the efficiency of their manufacturing processes. However, little has been said in the international business literature about how firms, especially those subject to severe barriers, can search for knowledge within and a...(Read Full Abstract)

Strategic response to COVID-19: how do social enterprises navigate crisis situations?

  • Authors: Sarma S.K., Kumar K.K., Mishra S.K.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Social Enterprise Journal
    DOI: 10.1108/SEJ-07-2021-0052

Purpose: Social enterprises (SEs) have experienced unprecedented uncertainty due to COVID-19, and it has challenged the fundamental assumptions underlying the SEs. Little is known about the strategic response of SEs when their fundamental characteristics are being challenged. The purpose of this pap...(Read Full Abstract)

The impact of India's demonetization on domestic agricultural trade

  • Authors: Aggarwal N., Narayanan S.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: American Journal of Agricultural Economics
    DOI: 10.1111/ajae.12317

We examine the impact of an extreme monetary shock, India's demonetization of 2016, on domestic agricultural trade. Using data from around 3000 regulated markets for 35 major crops, we find that trade value fell by 16.3–16.8% in the short run, settling at 11.8–12.1% after eight months, driven primar...(Read Full Abstract)

The role of institutions in sustaining competitive bioeconomy growth in Africa – Insights from the Nigerian maize biomass value-web

  • Authors: Adetoyinbo A., Gupta S., Okoruwa V.O., Birner R.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Sustainable Production and Consumption
    DOI: 10.1016/j.spc.2021.11.013

Recently, many developing countries have implemented several bioeconomy plans to transform their rural economies and improve food security at local, national, and regional levels. Yet, there are limited success stories and examples of a competitive bioeconomy in Africa while levels of poor and food ...(Read Full Abstract)

Valuation effects of emissions reduction target disclosures

  • Authors: Khandelwal U., Sharma P., Nagarajan V.
    Year: 2022 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Finance Research Letters
    DOI: 10.1016/j.frl.2022.103080

Recently, many developing countries have implemented several bioeconomy plans to transform their rural economies and improve food security at local, national, and regional levels. Yet, there are limited success stories and examples of a competitive bioeconomy in Africa while levels of poor and food ...(Read Full Abstract)