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Journal Article written by Faculty at Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.

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  • Yadav, Rama Shankar; Dash, Sanket Sunand (Humanities and Social Science Studies, 2014)
  • Verma, Varsha; Pathak, Atul Arun; Bathini, Dharma Raju; Pereira, Arun (Ivey Publishing, 2014)
    An ethical hacker had recently started his entrepreneurial venture, EnterAll InfoSec Solutions. A technologist who believed that “ethical hacking” had huge market potential, he and his partner were searching for a business ...
  • Dheeraj, Sharma; Varsha, Verma (Ivey Publishing, 2014)
    Lance Armstrong, a world-famous cyclist, was charged with using performance-enhancing drugs (i.e. “doping”). Armstrong had vehemently denied similar charges a few years earlier; however, this time there was substantial ...
  • Mathew, Johnson; Varkkey, Biju (NHRD Network Journal, 2015)
    The success behind any automobile dealership is largely driven by quality of dealer personnel who interface with customers at multiple touch points. At the same time, automobile dealers have to work with thinning margins ...
  • Singh, Sukhpal (Economic & Political Weekly, 2014)
    The cultivation of genetically modified crops, especially food crops, is not just a domestic issue; it has an impact on global food trade as well.
  • Sarbjot, Singh; Piyush Kumar, Sinha; Hari Govind, Mishra (Faculty of Management Studies, Banaras Hindu University, 2014)
  • Saravana, Jaikumar (Association for Consumer Research, 2014)
    The author extends the range theory by examining the effect of multiple price ranges with overlapping anchors on consumer price perception. Three studies provide empirical evidence for the hypothesis that the psychological ...
  • Sanjeev, Tripathi; Saravana, Jaikumar (Association for Consumer Research, 2014)
    This paper explores the effects of cause-related marketing campaigns that require participation and effort from the consumer, a campaign element that has received little research attention. We examine the effects of effort ...
  • Ravindra H, Dholakia (Yojana, 2015)
    (An) important reform required is the establishment of a high powered committee consisting of economists and macroeconomic managers to be in charge of preparing fiscal policy for the country similar to the proposed Monetary ...
  • Ravindra H, Dholakia (Yojana, 2014)
    The growth performance during the first phase when the country was under the last 50 years of the British rule was the worst during all the phases so far. Real GDP grew at around 1 percent annually and so did the population. ...
  • Ram Mohan, T T (Economic & Political Weekly, 2014)
    Managerial pay disparity between private sector and public sector banking in India is widening. Should the regulators address this by hiking public sector pay scales, or by curbing private sector pay? Drawing from international ...
  • Ram Mohan, T T (Economic & Political Weekly, 2014)
    Despite decades of effort, India’s record in the area of financial inclusion remains unsatisfactory. Nearly 60% of India’s population does not have a bank account; 90% of small businesses have no link with the formal ...
  • Ram Mohan, T T (Economic & Political Weekly, 2015)
    Indian private banks have done well over the past decade, and have allayed fears of foreign banks dominating Indian banking. Kotak calling the shots after the merger of Kotak Mahindra Bank and ING Vysya is an example of ...
  • Ram Mohan, T T (Economic & Political Weekly, 2014)
    The Reserve Bank of India, Volume 4 (Parts A and B), 1981-1997 (Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai; Academic Foundation, New Delhi), 2013; pp 1348, Rs 2,195.
  • Ram Mohan, T T (Economic & Political Weekly, 2014)
    The New Development Bank promoted by the BRICS grouping is an idea whose time has come. It will be small in relation to the Bretton Woods institutions but it can still reduce developing country dependence on the existing ...
  • T T, Ram Mohan (Economic & Political Weekly, 2014)
    The P J Nayak Committee on the governance of bank boards has proposed that the Bank Nationalisation Act and related legislation be repealed. It wants government shareholding in public sector banks to be transferred to a ...
  • ERROL, D'SOUZA (Economic & Political Weekly, 2015)
    Currently India is the largest consumer and importer of gold in the world. Monetising the gold within the country is, therefore, important for macroeconomic stability, and requires a credible scheme for valuing, storing, ...
  • Vasanthi, Srinivasan; Rajesh, Chandwani (Taylor & Francis, 2014)
    Human resource management (HRM) researchers have shown that rapid-growth organizations face HR challenges that vastly differ from their low-growth counterparts. These include acquiring and retaining key talent, and adapting ...
  • DAVID E. H. J, GERNAAT; SHUICHI, ASHINA; KATHERINE V, CALVIN; AMIT, GARG; MORNA, ISAAC; PAUL L, LUCAS; IOANNA, MOURATIADOU; SANDER A. C, OTTO; SHILPA, RAO; PRIYADARSHI R, SHUKLA; JASPER, VAN VLIET; DETLEF P, VAN VUUREN (World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, 2014)
    This paper looks into the regional mitigation strategies of five major economies (China, EU, India, Japan, and USA) in the context of the 2°C target, using a multi-model comparison. In order to stay in line with the 2°C ...
  • Piyush Kumar, Sinha; Bharthi, Pathak; Thomas, Sujo (Indian Journal of Economics and Business, 2014)
    Over the last two decades, we have witnessed the growing awareness of social entrepreneurship education especially in developing countries. The value of social entrepreneurship as a discipline is gaining grounds in today's ...

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