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Institutional structure, participation, and devolution in water institutions of eastern India
The paper examines the nature and development of the participatory water institutions in the eastern Indo-Gangetic plains of India, focusing on the aspects of structure, participation, and devolution. Though the physical ...
Right of recourse claims based on latent defects in the nuclear energy sector in India: brace yourself for fact-intensive disputes
(Journal of Global Operations and Strategic Sourcing, 2020)
This paper analyses how a case were to unfold if an operator of a nuclear installation were to exercise its right of recourse against a supplier in the event of supply of equipment or material with latent defects, as ...
The internationalization of new ventures in an emerging economy: the shifting role of industry concentration
(Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2020)
This paper examines the influence of firm rivalry within an industry on the internationalization of new ventures in an emerging economy. Drawing on industrial organization and institutional theories, it was hypothesized ...
Bother me only if the client complains: control and resistance in home-based telework in India
(Employee Relations: The International Journal, 2020)
The purpose of this paper is to explore the link between operations of organization control and workers’ response to them in case of telework, a technology-embedded new way of working.
Enhancing performance of participatory water institutions in the eastern Indo-Gangetic plains: what can we learn from new institutional economics and governance theories?
The paper examines the performance of participatory water institutions in India’s Eastern Indo-Gangetic plains region using new institutional economics and management governance fundamentals. Water institutions are of great ...
Pain without gain?: impact of school rationalisation in India
(International Journal of Educational Development, 2020)
Alarmed by declining enrolment in government schools and potentially adverse academic, administrative and fiscal consequences associated with it, policy makers in India have initiated experimenting with closure of government ...
Performance behavior of participatory water institutions in eastern India: a study through structural equation modelling
The paper examines the nature and performance of participatory water institutions in eastern India using structural equation modelling. There is a crisis in the management of water in India, and this is often not about ...
Gender perspective in water management: the involvement of women in participatory water institutions of Eastern India
The paper examines the extent, nature, and factors affecting women’s involvement in participatory irrigation institutions of eastern India. Effective participatory water institutions are urgently needed to improve water ...
Narrative worlds of frugal consumers: unmasking romanticized spirituality to reveal responsibilization and de-politicization
(Journal of Business Ethics, 2020)
Extant literature romanticizes frugality as a lifestyle trait that helps in the spiritual evolution of consumers, which in turn enables them in overcoming the negative consequences of materialism and over-consumption. ...
An exploration of public risk perception and governmental engagement of nuclear energy in India
(Journal of Public Affairs, 2020)
Public acceptance constitutes an important factor in successfully establishing and operating nuclear power plants. This paper explores public attitudes to the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project commissioned in 2013 and ...