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Unicorn founders from India have identical CVs
A degree from IITs, IIMs or foreign institutions pays in the startup world.
Amul driver's son rides in dairy honcho's trail
(The Times of India, 2021-05-19)
IIMA graduate enters sector; GCMMF chief is his role model.
Migration and caste
(New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2020)
Did India’s price control policy for coronary stents create unintended consequences?
(Social Science & Medicine, 2020)
In February 2017, India capped the retail price of coronary stents and restricted the channel margin to bring Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA) procedure, which uses coronary stents, within reach of ...
From courts to markets: new evidence on enforcement of pharmaceutical bans in India
(Social Science & Medicine, 2019)
Regulatory enforcement of product safety standards given health concerns, whether it is in romaine lettuce, smartphones or cars, is emerging to be a challenge for global public health. This is particularly true for developing ...
Inheritance law reform, empowerment, and human capital accumulation: second-generation effects from India
(Journal of Development Studies, 2018)
Although many studies point towards significant positive impacts of Hindu Succession Act (HSA) reforms on females’ empowerment and access to human and physical capital, the fact that this reform also led to increased female ...
Falling from digital grace: participation in online software contests following loss of status
(Academy of Management Proceedings, 2019)
We consider an online platform for software coding contests, with a focus on the effects of status loss on decisions to participate in subsequent contests. We advance the literature on the status and online contests in ...
Women’s political leadership and economic empowerment: evidence from public works in India
(Journal of Comparative Economics, 2020)
Despite recent advances, women trail men in political participation, especially in developing countries where the long-term economic benefits from empowering women politically have not been well-researched. We use data ...
Social connections and tertiary healthcare utilization
(Health Economics, 2020)
The use of tertiary health care by socially proximate peers helps individuals learn about program and treatment procedures, signals that using such care is socially appropriate, and could support the use of formal health ...
Financial misconduct, fear of prosecution and bank lending
(Economic & Political Weekly, 2020)
The issue and relevance of financial misconduct and fear of prosecution on the lending behaviour of Indian banks is investigated by combining bank-level financial and prudential variables during 2008–18 with a unique ...