Alumni Publications

Name /Area of Specialization

Publications/Awards & Recognitions

Ritesh Pandey-Assistant Professor, Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad , Business Environment (Economics) Publications:

1. Pandey, R, Interest Rate Parity and the Indian Rupee: Does Parity hold in the long run?, The Journal of World Economic Review, Vol 8, No.2, July-December 2013, ISSN 0973-4368, pp. 187-203.
2. Pandey, R, Trade Elasticities and the Marshal Lerner Condition for India, Global Journal of Management and Business Studies, Vol 3, No. 4, 2013, ISSN 2248-9878, pp.423-428.
3. Masarrat, G and Pandey R, A study of food grain marketing system in Uttar Pradesh with special reference to rice and wheat, Lucknow Management Convention Journal , Vol. 8, No. 1, 2012, ISSN 2319-3700, pp 37-43.

Vinay Asthana- Associate Professor, JK Lakshmipat University , Business Environment (Economics) Publications:

1.Disaster Risk Management: Shifting Paradigm” (2014), Economic and Political Weekly 49(39):17-20.

2..“Street-smart Asset Pricing” (2013), Applied Financial Economics 23(17):1371-81

Monika Gupta -Visiting Faculty, Economics and Finance department, BITS Pilani , Business Environment (Economics) Publications:

1. Gupta, M. (2016). Willingness to pay for carbon tax: A study of Indian road passenger transport. Transport Policy, 45, 46-54.

Awards and Recognitions:

1. WIPRO-XUB best paper award at 2nd XUB Sustainability Summit organized by Xavier University Bhubaneswar at XIMB
2. Awarded with Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in Economics by University Grants Commission (UGC) in Dec, 2009.
3. Gold Medal for standing first rank in M.A. Economics in Lucknow University in 2009.
4. Gold Medal for being the best student in. M.A. in the Economics & Sociology department in 2009.

Mahima Gupta- Assistant Professor, IMT Ghaziabad, Decision Sciences (Operations Research/Statistics) Book Chapters:

1. Group Decision Making in Fuzzy Environment – An Iterative Procedure Based on Group Dynamics, in Granular Computing and Decision-Making: Interactive and Iterative Approaches, 2015, pp. 319-339. Springer International publishing.

International Journals:

1. Multi-stage multi-objective production planning using linguistic and numeric data-a fuzzy integer programming model, Computers & Industrial Engineering, 2015, Vol. 87, 454-464.
2. Product selection in E-commerce under Fuzzy Environment: A MADM Game Theoretic Model International Game theory Review, 2015, Vol. 15(1) World Scientific Publication.

Conferences:

1. Presented a paper on “Group Decision Making: A Fuzzy Inference System Based Optimization Procedure”, EURO-2015, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.
2. Presented a paper on “Opinion mining using internet reviews: a Fuzzy MADM approach”, Workshop on Applied Optimization Models and Computation -2015, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi, India.
3. Presented a paper on “Products selection in E-Commerce-A Fuzzy logic based game theoretic approach”, International Symposium On Applied Optimization and Game Theoretic Models-2013, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi, India.
4. Presented a paper on “Ranking of portfolios in uncertain environment”, IDRBT Doctoral Colloquium-2012, Hyderabad, India.
5. Presented a paper on “Group Decision Making in fuzzy environment”, IEEE Computational in Financial Engineering-2012, Newyork, USA.
6. Presented a paper on “Fuzzy Based recommender System in E-Commerce: A Multiple Attribute Decision Making Model”, IMR Doctoral Conference-2011, IIM Bangalore, India.
7. Presented a paper on “Fuzzy Logic based recommender system-an integrated multiple attribute decision making” International Conference on Advances in Modeling, Optimization and Computing- 2011, IIT, Roorkee, India.

Ashutosh Nigam- Principal Operations Research Analyst, Optym, Decision Sciences (Operations Research/Statistics) Publications:

1. “Optimal Relay Node Placement in Delay Constrained Wireless Sensor Network Design” (With Prof. Y.K. Agarwal). Revision submitted to European Journal of Operational Research, Mar. 2013.
2. “Ant Colony Optimization for Index Fund Problem” (With Prof. Y.K. Agarwal). Revision Submitted to Journal of Applied Operational Research, Mar. 2013.
3. “Chvàtal-Gomory {0,1/2} cuts for node weighted steiner tree problem” (with Prof. Y.K. Agarwal), Forthcoming.
4. “Shopbot: Fuzzy Logic Based Multi-objective Recommender System” (With Mahima Gupta). Submitted to Multi-Criteria Decision Making, Oct. 2012.
5. “Optimal Relay Placement in Wireless Sensor Networks using Node cut Inequalities” (With Prof. Y.K. Agarwal). Published Communication Systems and Networks (Conference Proceedings), January 2012.
6. “Optimal Relay Node Placement in Wireless Sensor Networks: A two level Branch and Cut Approach” (With Prof Y.K. Agarwal). Presented at INFORMS Telecommunication Conference, Boca Raton 2012
7. “Lagrangian relaxation based heuristic for relay node placement problem” (With Prof. Y.K. Agarwal). Presented at ISMP Conference, Berlin 2012.
8. “An exact algorithm for Relay Node Placement in Wireless Sensor Networks” (With Prof Y.K. Agarwal). Presented at IMRDC, Bangalore 2012.
9. “Lagrangian relaxation based heuristic for relay node placement problem” (With Prof. Y.K. Agarwal). Accepted at EURO Conference, Vilnius 2012.
10. “Branch-and-cut approach for relay node placement problem” (With Prof. Y.K. Agarwal). Accepted at INFORMS Annual Meeting, Phoenix 2012.
11. “Ant Colony Optimization based algorithm for Index Fund Problem” (With Prof. Y.K. Agarwal) Accepted as Refereed Research Paper at 43rd Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting, San Francisco 2012.

Joshy Jacob, Faculty IIM Ahmedabad, Finance & Accounting Publications/ Articles/ Cases:

1. Forecasting Performance of Extreme-Value Volatility Estimators (2007), Journal of Futures Stock Volatility Estimation and Forecasting with Range-Based Estimators (2008), Journal of Futures Markets, 28, p561-581 (with Vipul).
2. Stock Volatility Estimation and Forecasting with Range-Based Estimators (2008), Journal of Futures Markets, 28, p561-581 (with Vipul).
3. Default Risk Characteristics of Poll-Based Bond Spreads (2010), Journal of Emerging Market Finance, 9, p51-70 (with M. Jayadev).
4. Economic Slowdown and Indian Firms: An Overview (2009), Vikalpa, 34, p59-66 (with Prem Chander).
5. Financial Literacy among Working Young in Urban India (2015), World Development 67, p101-109 (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla, Samir K.Barua & Jayanth R. Varma).
6. Mandatory IPO Grading: Does it Help Pricing Effciency? (2015), forthcoming in Vikalpa (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla).
7. Impact of the Introduction of Call Auction on Price Discovery: Evidence from the Indian Stock Market Using High-Frequency Data (2015), International Review of Financial Analysis, 39, p167-178 (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla & Ajay Pandey).

Conferences:

1. Market overreaction to poor long-run performance? A case of repurchase firms in India with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla & Ellapulli Vasudevan), India Finance Conference, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, December, 17-19, 2014.
2. High Frequency Manipulation at Futures Expiry: The Case of Cash Settled Indian Single Stock Futures SEBI 1st International Research Conference, held at Mumbai during January 27-28, 2014 (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla & Jayanth R. Varma)
3. Market Timing Ability of Indian Firms in Open Market Repurchases, India Finance Conference, December 2013, IIM Ahmedabad, India (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla & Ellapulli Vasudevan)
4. Financial Literacy among Working Young in Urban India,India Finance Conference, December 2013, IIM Ahmedabad, India (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla, Samir K. Barua & Jayanth R. Varma)
5. Impact of the Introduction of Call Auction on Price Discovery: Evidence from the Indian Stock Market Using High-Frequency Data, Asia-Pacific Association of Derivatives, August, 2013, Busan, South Korea (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla & Ajay Pandey).
6. Mandatory IPO Grading: Does it Help Pricing Efficiency? Eastern Finance Association Conference April, 2013, Tampa, Florida (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla).
7. Impact of the Introduction of Call Auction on Price Discovery: Evidence from the Indian Stock Market Using High-Frequency Data, Eastern Finance Association Conference April, 2013, Tampa, Florida (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla & Ajay Pandey).
8. Mandatory IPO Grading: Does it Help Pricing Efficiency? , India Finance Conference, Kolkota, December 2012 (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla).
9. Value of Alternative Volatility Estimators for Investment Portfolio Strategies, European Financial Management Association (EFMA), Conference, Milan, June 2009 (with Vipul).
10. Credit Spreads of Indian Corporate Bonds: Empirical Analysis, Financial Management Association (FMA), Asian Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, July, 2006 (with M.Jayadev).
11. Stock Volatility Estimation and Forecasting with Range-Based Estimators, 4th Annual Conference of the Asia-Pacific Association of Derivatives (APAD), New Delhi, June 2007 (with Vipul).
12. Probability of Default Using Merton’s Option Pricing Model: An Empirical Analysis, 8th Capital Markets Conference, Mumbai, December, 2004 (with Piyush Gupta, adjudged as an outstanding paper).
13. Productivity and ESOP: An Empirical Study of Indian Information Technology Firms, Accepted for presentation at the 6th Asia Academy of Management Conference, Tokyo, December, 2006 (with Binoy Joseph).

On-going Research:

1. Skewness pricing and sentiment in the financial markets.
2. Are Big 4 Audit Fee Premiums Always Related to Superior Audit Quality? Evidence from India.
3. Economic motives of rosca participation by households with access to formal financial channels.
4. Randomized Control Experiments in the Design of Financial Education.
5. Long-term momentum characteristics in the Indian market.
Working Papers:
1. High Frequency Manipulation at Futures Expiry: The Case of Cash Settled Indian Single Stock Futures (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla & Jayanth R. Varma), IIMA W.P. No. 2014-02-01.
2. Betting Against Beta in the Indian Market (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla, Jayanth R. Varma & Ellapulli Vasudevan), IIMA W.P. No. 2014-07-01.
3. Market overreaction to poor long-run performance? A case of repurchase firms in India (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla & Ellapulli Vasudevan), IIMA W.P. No. No. 2015-02-01.
4. Four Factor Model in Indian Equities Market (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla & Jayanth R. Varma), IIMA W.P. No. 2013-09-05 (revised version September 5, 2014).
5. Market Timing Ability of Indian Firms in Open Market Repurchases (with Sobhesh Kumar Agarwalla & Ellapulli Vasudevan), W.P. No. 2013-11-10.

Sonia Garg, Assistant Professor, Thapar University, Finance & Accounting Publications:

1. Garg, S., & Kumar, M., 2012. The Determinants of HC disclosures of Indian firms, Journal of Intellectual Capital, 13 (2), pp. 221-247.
2. Garg, S., & Vipul., 2012. Does call-auction reduce opening volatility? – Evidence from India, Paper presented at the India Finance Conference 2012,IIM Calcutta, India, December 18-21.
3. Garg, S., & Vipul., (2012). Volatility Forecasting Performance of Two-Scale Realized Volatility. Paper presented at the Eighth Annual Asia-Pacific Association of Derivatives (APAD) Conference, Busan, Korea, August 23-24.
4. Garg, S., & Garg, A., (2012). Acquisition Motivated IPOs: The Indian Evidence. , Fourth Annual American Business Research Conference, New York, USA, June 4-5.
5. Sonia Garg and Vipul (2015). Does Opening Call-Auction Enhance Market-Quality? Prajnan, Vol. 64, No. 4, pp. 315-336. (Journal Published by NIBM, Pune) .
6. Sonia Garg and Vipul (2014). Volatility Forecasting Performance of Two-Scale Realized Volatility. Applied Financial Economics, Vol. 24, No. 17, pp.1111-1121. (Ranked “B” in ABDC 2015 list).
7. Sonia Garg and Vipul (2014). Volatility Risk Premium in Indian Option Prices. Journal of Futures Markets, Vol. 35, No. 9, pp. 795-815. (Ranked “A” in ABDC 2015 list).
8. Sonia Jindal and Manoj Kumar (2012). The determinants of HC disclosures of Indian firms. Journal of Intellectual Capital, Vol. 13 Iss: 2 pp. 221-247. (Ranked “B” in ABDC 2015 list).

Prateek Sharma, Assistant professor, IIM Sirmaur, Finance & Accounting Publications:

1. Sharma, P., & Vipul. (2016). Economic benefits of using realized covariance forecasts in risk-based portfolios. Applied Economics, 48(6), 502–516. http://doi.org/10.1080/00036846.2015.1083086 (International Journal: Ranked A in ABDC).
2. Sharma, P., & Vipul. (2016). Forecasting stock market volatility using Realized GARCH model: International evidence. The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 59, 222–230. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.qref.2015.07.005 (International Journal: Ranked B in ABDC).
3. Paul, S., & Sharma, P. (2016). Improved VAR Forecasts Using Extreme Value Theory with Realized GARCH Filter. Studies in Economics and Finance. (Forthcoming) (International Journal: Ranked B in ABDC).
4. Sharma, P., & Vipul. (2015). Performance of risk-based portfolios under different market conditions: Evidence from India. Research in International Business and Finance, 34, 397–411. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.ribaf.2015.03.006 (International Journal: Ranked B in ABDC).
5. Sharma, P., & Paul, S. (2015). Testing the skill of mutual fund managers: evidence from India. Managerial Finance, 41(8), 806–824. http://doi.org/10.1108/MF-04-2014-0112 (International Journal: Ranked B in ABDC).
6. Sharma, P., & Vipul. (2015). Forecasting stock index volatility with GARCH models: international evidence. Studies in Economics and Finance, 32(4), 445–463. http://doi.org/10.1108/SEF-11-2014-0212 (International Journal: Ranked B in ABDC).
7. Sharma, P., & Sharma, S. (2015). Forecasting gains of robust realized variance estimators: evidence from European stock markets. Economics Bulletin, 35(1), 61–69. http://www.accessecon.com/Pubs/EB/2015/Volume35/EB-15-V35-I1-P7.pdf (International Journal: Indexed in ABDC).
8. Sharma, P., & Paul, S. (2015). Does Liquidity Determine Capital Structure? Evidence from India. Global Business Review, 16(1), 84–95. http://doi.org/10.1177/0972150914553510 (International Journal: Indexed in ABDC).
9. Sharma, P., & Sharma, S. (2016, January 25). Economics of Terror. Outlook India. http://www.outlookindia.com/article/economics-of-terror/296492
10. Sharma, P. (2016, February 23). Mutual funds and randomly walking monkeys. Moneylife. http://www.moneylife.in/article/mutual-funds-and-randomly-walking-monkeys/45585.html
11. Sharma, P. (2016, February 23). Value Stocks Vs Value Traps. Moneylife. http://www.moneylife.in/article/value-stocks-vs-value-traps/45340.html
12. Sharma, P., & Paul, S. (2013). Credit rating agencies: Regulatory Reforms. Finance Manager, the Annual Journal of the Finance Association at XLRI.Conferences and Paper Presentation:1. Sharma, P., & Paul, S. (2016). Quantile Forecasts for the European Stock Markets: The Realized GARCH-EVT Approach. 52nd conference of The Indian Econometric Society, IIM Kozhikode.
2. Sharma, P., & Paul, S. (2015). Improved VaR forecasts using extreme value theory with the Realized GARCH model. 3rd Pan-IIM World Management Conference, IIM Indore.
3. Sharma, P., & Vipul. (2015). The unsystematic risk ratio: a new measure of portfolio diversification. IABE-2015 Winter Conference, Orlando, Florida.
4. Sharma, P., & Vipul. (2014). Comparing risk-based portfolios: An empirical investigation. 4th India Finance Conference, IIM Bangalore, India.
5. Sharma, P., & Paul, S. (2014). Do mutual fund managers outperform random portfolios.
a. 4th India Finance Conference, IIM Bangalore, India.
b. Published in Proceedings of Second Pan-IIM World Management Conference, IIM Kozhikode, India. Received ‘Highly commendable research’ award.
6. Sharma, P., & Vipul. (2014). Economic benefits of using realized covariance in risk-based portfolios. The 51st Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric Society, Patiala, India.
7. Sharma, P., & Paul, S. (2012). Credit rating agencies: Regulatory reforms. International Conference on Banking and Finance, New Delhi, India.

Awards and Recognitions:

1. Certified FRM® (Financial Risk Manager) by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP).
2. Highly Commendable Student Research Paper Award at the 2nd PAN IIM World Management Conference organized by IIM Kozhikode (November 2014).

Samit Paul, Assistant Professor, International Management Institute, Kolkata, Finance & Accounting Publications:

1. Karmakar, M. & Paul, S. (2016). Intraday risk management in International stock markets: A conditional EVT approach. International Review of Financial Analysis. 44(2), 34-55.
2. Sharma, P., & Paul, S. (2015). Testing the skill of mutual fund managers: Evidence from India. Managerial Finance, 41(8), 806-824.
3. Paul, S., & Karmakar, M. (2015). Does Value Premium Exist in India? IUP Journal of Applied Economics, 14(2), 54-64.
4. Sharma, P., & Paul, S. (2015). Does Liquidity Determine Capital Structure? Evidence from India. Global Business Review, 16(1), 84–95.
5. Sharma, P., & Paul, S. (2012). Credit rating agencies: Regulatory Reforms. Finance Manager, the Annual Journal of the Finance Association at XLRI.Awards and Recognitions:1. Highly Commendable Student Research Paper Award at the 2nd PAN IIM World Management Conference organized by IIM Kozhikode (November 2014)
2. Invited reviewer of reputed international journals such as Managerial Finance, Journal of Risk Finance etc.

Manish Kumar, Assistant Professor, IIM Kozhikode, Human Resource Management Publications:

1. Development of a Measure of Employee Engagement Surya Prakash Pati (2012).
2. Development of a short form of employee engagement instrument Surya Prakash Pati (2013).
3. Maruti Manesar plant lockout Gopalakrishnan Narayanamurthy, Pradeep Kumar Hota & Surya Prakash Pati (2013).
4. Towards a conceptualization of Karma Yoga Ashish Rastogi & Surya Prakash Pati (2014).
5. Work engagement and work alienation: distinct or opposites? Surya Prakash Pati (2015).
6. Measurement of karma yoga: Development and validation of karma yoga instrument (kyi-6) Surya Prakash Pati (2015).

Surya Prakash Pati -Assistant Professor, IIM Kozhikode, Human Resource Management Publications:

1. Narayanamurthy, G., Hota, P. K., Pati, S. P., & Dhal, M. (2015) “Maruti Manesar Lockout: The Flip Side of People Management”, Emerald Emerging Market Case Studies, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 1 – 26
2. Rastogi A. & Pati, S. P. (2015) “Towards a conceptualization of Karma Yoga”, Journal of Human Values, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 51 – 63.
3. Pati, S. P. & Kumar P. (2015) “Work engagement & work alienation: Distinct or opposites”, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 51, No. 1, pp. 17 – 29
4. Pati, S. P. (2012) “Development of a measure of employee engagement”, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 48. No. 1, pp. 94 – 104.
5. Pati, S. P. & Kumar, P. (2011) “Work engagement: a rethink”, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 47, No. 2, pp. 264 – 276
6. Pati, S. P. & Kumar, P. (2010) “Employee Engagement: Role of Self Efficacy, Organizational Support & Supervisor Support” Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 46, No. 1, pp. 126 – 137.
7. Kumar, M., Rai, H. & Pati, S. P. (2009) “An Exploratory Study on Negotiating Styles: Development of a Measure”, Vikalpa, Vol. 37, No. 4, pp. 37 – 49

Awards and Recognitions:

1. Awarded Prof. Sourya Pattnaik Best Paper Award in XXIII Annual Convention of National Academy of Psychology (NAOP) held at National Institute of Technology Rourkela, (Dec 2013) for the paper Development of a short form of employee engagement instrument.
2. Awarded the second prize by IIMB Management Review (2008) for the paper Conceptualization of an Indian Management Model: An Organizational Culture Perspective.

Vishal Gupta – Associate Professor, IIM Ahmedabad, Human Resource Management Google Scholar Citations; ResearchGate Profile:

1. Gupta, V., Agarwal, U., & Khatri, N. (2016). The relationships between perceived organizational support, affective commitment, psychological contract breach, organizational citizenship behavior, and work engagement. Journal of Advanced Nursing. DOI:10.1111/jan.13043.
2. Desai, N., & Gupta, V. (2016). Selective perceptions and group brainstorming: An investigation of auditors’ fraud risk assessment. International Journal of Behavioral Accounting and Finance, forthcoming.
3. Khatri, N., Gupta, V., & Varma, A. (2016). The relationship between HR capabilities and quality of patient care: The mediating role of proactive work behaviors. Human Resource Management. DOI: 10.1002/hrm.21794
4. Khatri, N., & Gupta, V. (2016). Effective implementation of health information technologies in US hospitals. Health Care Management Review, 41(1), 11-21.
5. Mittal, S., Gupta, V., & Motiani, M. (2016). HRD climate impacts customer satisfaction: Empirical study of Indian private banks. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 51(3), 447-459.
6. Mittal, S., Gupta, V., & Motiani, M. (2016). Relation between human resource development climate and organizational commitment: Empirical study in Indian Banking Sector. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, 12(2), 204-223.
7. Gupta, V. (2015). Why do you need me? Leadership and its linkages to innovation in Indian organizations. NHRD Journal, October, 48-59.
8. Gupta, V., & Singh, S. (2015). Leadership and Creative Performance Behaviors in R&D Laboratories: Examining the Role of Justice Perceptions. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 22(1), 21-36.
9. Gupta, V. (2014). HRM Practices and Employee Creativity: Conceptualizing the Mediating and Moderating Role of Psychological Capital. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 49(4), 649-662.
10. Gupta, V., & Singh, S. (2014). Psychological Capital as a Mediator of the Relationship between Leadership and Creative Performance Behaviors: Empirical Evidence from the Indian R&D Sector. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25(10), 1373-1394.
11. Gupta, V., Singh, S., & Khatri, N. (2013). Creativity in Research and Development Laboratories: A New Scale for Leader Behaviors. IIMB Management Review, 25(2), 83-90.
12. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2013). How Leaders Impact Employee Creativity: A Study of Indian R&D Laboratories. Management Research Review, 36(1), 66-88.
13. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2013). An Empirical Study of the Dimensionality of Organizational Justice and its Relationship with Organizational Citizenship Behavior in the Indian Context. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 24(6), 1277-1299.
14. Gupta, V. & Kumar, S. (2013). Impact of Performance Appraisal Justice on Employee Engagement: A Study of Indian Professionals. Employee Relations: The International Journal, 35(1), 61-78.
15. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2013). Developing a Scale for Measuring Ability-Based Emotional Intelligence in Indian context. The International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, 6(3), 273-299.
16. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2012). Empirical Evaluation of Dimensionality of Organizational Citizenship Behavior for Indian Business Context. Psychological Studies, 57(4), 392-403.
17. Gupta, V., Singh, S., Kumar, S., & Bhattacharya, A. (2012). Development of a Causal Framework Linking Leadership to Employee Creativity: A Study of Indian R&D Laboratories The Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 48(1), 120-136.

Conferences:

1. Gupta, V., Chopra, S., & Kakani, R. K. (2016). Preparing Indian Administrative Service officers for public service: A competency-based approach. Accepted for presentation at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, to be held in Anaheim,US from August 5-9.
2. George, E., Chattopadhyay, P., Gupta, V., & Li, J. (2016). Dealing with dissimilar teammates: Do emotions experienced in the initial team meetings matter? Accepted for presentation at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, to be held in Anaheim, US from August 5-9.
3. Gupta, V. (2015). Examining the linkages between leadership, work motivation and employee-level innovation: Evidence from the Indian R&D context. Presented at the 4th Biennial Meeting of the Indian Academy of Management, held at IIM Lucknow, Noida Campus from December 11-13.
4. Khatri, N., Gupta, V., & Ojha, A. (2015). Relationships of HR and IT capabilities with quality of patient care in U.S. hospitals. Accepted for presentation at the 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, held in Vancouver, Canada from August 7-11.
5. Khatri, N., Gupta, V., & Varma, A. (2015). Relationship between HR capabilities and quality of patient care: Mediating role of proactive work behaviors. Accepted for presentation at the 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, held in Vancouver, Canada from August 7-11.
6. Professional Development Workshop (PDW) on ‘Publishing and Research’ at the 24th Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Psychology (NAOP), India, held at IIFM Bhopal, India from December 12-14, 2014.
7. Gupta, V. (2014). Inspiring employee innovativeness: Examining the role of leadership, interpersonal fairness and work engagement. The 24th Annual Convention of NAOP, India, held at IIFM Bhopal, India from December 12-14, 2014.
8. Professional Development Workshop (PDW) entitled ‘Indian Brand of Crony Capitalism’ at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management held at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (US) from August 1-5, 2014.
9. Gupta, V. (2014). Inspiring employee creativity: Examining the mediating role of psychological capital for leadership-creativty relationship. Presented at the IIMA Society Conference, held at IIM Ahmedabad on June 27-28.
10. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2013). Leadership and Creativity: Examining the Role of Justice and Engagement. The 73rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, held at Orlando, Florida, US from August 9-13.
11. Gupta, V., Singh, S., & Bhattacharya, A. (2013). Inspiring Creativity in Indian R&D Organizations: Examining the Role of Leadership, Justice Perceptions, Motivation and Psychological Capital. Presented at the 1st Pan-IIM World Management Conference, held at Goa, India from May 30-June 1.
12. Gupta, V., & Singh, S. (2012). Psychological Capital as a Mediator of the Relationship between Leadership and Creative Performance Behaviors: Empirical Evidence from the Indian R&D Sector. Presented at the 12th International Human Resource Management Conference, held at MDI Gurgaon, India from December 10-13.
13. Gupta, V., & Singh, S. (2012). Development of a Casual Framework Linking High Performance HRM Practices, Psychological Capital, Creative Behaviors and Performance. Presented at the XXII Annual Convention of National Academy of Psychology (NAOP), India, held at Christ University, Bangalore, India from December 10-12.
14. Gupta, V., & Singh, S. (2012). Leader Behaviors that Promote Creativity: Development of a Measurement Instrument for R&D Context. The 72nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, held at Boston, Massachusetts, US from August 3-7.
15. Gupta, V. & Kumar, S. (2011). Impact of Performance Appraisal Justice on Employee Engagement: A Study of Indian Professionals. The 71st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, held at San Antonio, Texas, US from August 12-16.
16. Gupta, V., Singh, S. & Kumar, N. (2011). How Leaders Impact Employee Creativity: A Study of Indian R&D Laboratories. The Second Conference of the Indian Academy of Management, held at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bangalore, India from December, 18-20.
17. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2011). Linking Leadership to Employee Creativity through Justice Perceptions: A Study of R&D Laboratories. The XXI Annual Convention of the National Academy of Psychology (NAOP), India, held at the Institute of Rural Management, Anand, India from December, 12-14.
18. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2011). Development of a Causal Framework Linking Leadership to Employee Creativity. The Annual Meeting of Southern Management Association, held at Hyatt Regency, Savannah, Georgia, US from November 9-12.
19. Gupta, V. (2010). Linking HRM Practices and Employee Creativity through Positive Psychological Capital. The XX Annual Conference of the National Academy of Psychology, India, held at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, India from December 12-15.
20. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2010). Developing a Set of High Performance HRM Practices and Exploring its Relationship with OCB and Organizational Justice. The 2010 Annual Meeting of Southern Management Association, held at TradeWinds Island Grand Resort, St. Pete Beach, Florida, US from October 27-30.
21. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2010). High performance HRM practices, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, and Positive Psychological Capital: A Relational Perspective for Indian Organizations. The 11th International Human Resource Management Conference, held at the Aston Business School, Birmingham, UK from June, 9-12.
22. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2009). An Empirical Study of the Dimensionality of Organizational Justice and its Relationship with Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Indian Business Context. The First Conference of the Indian Academy of Management, held at XLRI Jamshedpur, India from December 28-30.

Cases:

1. CSIR Tech Private Limited (CTPL): Facilitating Lab to Market Journeys (Case and teaching note registered at IIMA Case Unit. Registration numbers: OB0218, OB0218S, OB0218TN)
2. Performance Management at IRD Corporation (A) and (B) (Cases and teaching note registered at IIMA Case Unit. Registration numbers: P&IR0227(A) (B) and P&IR0227TN)
3. Teaching note for ‘The Cybertech Project (A) and (B)’ (HBS No. 695-030 and 695-041). (Registered with IIMA Case Unit: Reg No. OB0214TN)
4. Teaching note for ‘The Audubon Zoo, 1993’, an integrative case published in Daft (2007). (Registered with IIMA Case Unit: Reg. No. OB0215TN)

Book Chapters:

1. Singh, S. & Gupta, V. (2016, forthcoming). Organizational Performance Research in India: A Review and Future Research Agenda. In Misra, G. (Ed.) The Sixth Indian Council for Social Science Research (ICSSR) Survey of Psychology in India, forthcoming.
2. Gupta, V. (2016). Indian administrative service and crony capitalism. In Khatri, N., and Abhoy Ojha (Eds.) Crony Capitalism in India: Establishing Robust Institutional Frameworks. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
3. Gupta, V., Raman, C., & Balasundran, K. (2016). Preparation for the world of work: Secondary and higher secondary education in India. In Pilz, M. (Ed.) India: Preparation for the World of Work – Education System and School to Work Transition. University of Cologne, Germany.
4. Gupta, V., Singh, S. & Bhattacharya, A. (2014). Inspiring creativity in Indian R&D organizations: Examining the role of leadership, justice perceptions, motivation and psychological capital. In Banerjee, A. (Ed.) Emerging Issues in Management: Proceedings of Pan-IIM World Management Conference (pp. 45-53). New Delhi: Emerald.

Working Papers:

1. Khatri, N., Gupta, V., & Varma, A. Relationship between HR capabilities and quality of patient care: Mediating role of proactive work behaviors. (Accepted for publication at Human Resource Management)
2. Gupta, V. (2015). Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and Crony Capitalism: A Review Paper. IIMA Working Paper Series, No.2015-03-07. (Accepted for publication as a book chapter)
3. Gupta, V., Singh, S., & Bhattacharya, A. Inspiring employee innovative performance in R&D laboratories: Examining the role of leadership and work engagement. (Under review at International Journal of Innovation Management)
4. Agarwal, U., & Gupta, V. (2015b). Examination of a Moderated-Mediation Model Linking Perceived Organizational Support, Affective Commitment, Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Work Engagement: A Study on Nurses in the Indian Context. IIMA Working Paper Series, No.2015-03-05. (Under second review at Journal of Advanced Nursing)
5. Agarwal, U., & Gupta, V. (2015a). Examining the Mediating and Moderating Effects of Engagement and Conscientiousness for the Job Characteristics and Intention to Quit Relationship. IIMA Working Paper Series, No.2015-03-04. (Under second review at Management Decision)
6. Chopra, S., Kakani, R. K., & Gupta, V. (2014). Preparing IAS officer trainees for the role of district magistrate: A competency-based appraoch. IIMA Working Paper Series, WP2914-07-02.
7. Gupta, V. (2014). When are Rewards Bad for Creativity? Examining the Role of Leadership and Integrated Extrinsic Motivation. IIMA Working Paper Series, WP2014-03-02.
8. Desai, N., & Gupta, V. (2015). Selective Perception and Group Brainstoming: An investigation of Auditors Fraud Risk Management. IIMA Working Paper Series, No. 2015-03-14. (Accepted for publication at International Journal of Behavioural Accoutning and Finance)
9. Gupta, V. (2014). Bridging the Creativity – Innovation Divide: An Investigation of R&D Professionals’ Experiences from India. IIMA Working Paper Series, WP2014-01-05.
10. Gupta, V. (2013). Leadership and Creativity in the Indian R&D Laboratories: Examining the Role of Autonomous Motivation, Psychological Capital and Justice Perceptions. IIMA Working Paper Series, WP2013-11-09.
11. Gupta, V. (2013). Development of a Causal Framework Linking High Performance HRM Practices, Positive Psychological Capital, Creative Behaviors and Performance. IIMA Working Paper Series, WP2013-03-05. (Published in Indian Journal of Industrial Relations)
12. Gupta, V. (2012). Psychological Capital as a Mediator of the Relationship between Leadership and Creative Performance Behaviors: Empirical Evidence from the Indian R&D Sector. Indian Institute of Management Calcutta Working Paper Series, WPS 711. (Published in International Journal of Human Resource Management)
13. Gupta, V. (2012). Leadership and Creativity in Research and Development Laboratories: A New Scale for Leader Behaviours. Indian Institute of Management Calcutta Working Paper Series, WPS 710. (Published in IIMB Management Review)
14. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2012). How Leaders Impact Employee Creativity? A Study of Indian R&D Laboratories. Indian Institute of Management Lucknow Working Paper Series, WPS 2011-12/12. (Published in Management Research Review)
15. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2011). Impact of Leader Behaviors of Employee Creativity: Exploring the Role of Work Motivation, Positive Psychological Capital, and Justice Perceptions. Indian Institute of Management Lucknow Working Paper Series, WPS 2010-11/18. (Published in Indian Journal of Industrial Relations)
16. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2011). Linking HRM Practices and Employee Creativity Through Positive Psychological Capital. Indian Institute of Management Lucknow Working Paper Series, WPS 2010-11/17.
17. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2011). High Performance HRM Practices, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, and Positive Psychological Capital: A Relational Perspective. Indian Institute of Management Lucknow Working Paper Series, WPS 2010-11/16.
18. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2011). Empirical Evaluation of Dimensionality of OCB in Indian Context. Indian Institute of Management Lucknow Working Paper Series, WPS 2010-11/15. (Published in International Journal of Human Resource Management)
19. Gupta, V. & Singh, S. (2010). High Performance HRM Practices, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, and Organizational Justice: A Relational Perspective for Indian Organizations. Indian Institute of Management Lucknow Working Paper Series, WPS 2009-10/29.

Awards and Recognitions:

1. Selected for ‘National Academy of Sciences, India (NASI) – Scopus Young Scientist Award – 2016′ in the Social Sciences Category.
2. Invited to be a member of the CII Gujarat State HR Panel.
3. Emerging Psychologist’ Award by the National Academy of Psychology (NAOP), India during the Annual Convention held at Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM), Bhopal during December 12-14, 2014.
4. Paper titled “How leaders impact employee creativity: A study of Indian R&D laboratories” published in Management Research Review selected by the journal’s Editorial Team as a Highly Commended Paper of 2013.
5. ‘Outstanding Doctoral Research’ Award by Emerald in the Leadership & Organization Development Category in 2014.
6. Chosen as one of India’s 25 young HR leaders by ‘People Matters’, a HR magazine.
7. Paper entitled “Psychological Capital as a Mediator of the Relationship between Leadership and Creative Performance Behaviours: Empirical Evidence from the Indian R&D Sector” awarded the Best Paper Award at the 12th International HRM Conference, held at MDI Gurgaon from December 10-13, 2012.
8. Paper titled “Linking HRM Practices and Employee Creativity through Positive Psychological Capital” awarded Prof. Sourya Pattnaik Best Paper Award at the XXth Annual Conference of the National Academy of Psychology (NAOP) held at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, India from December 12-15, 2010.
9. Topped the 2008 batch of Ph.D. students in the two-year coursework (2008-2010) at IIM Lucknow.
10. Awarded Best Performer Award for the year 2005-2006 at ST Microelectronics Pvt. Ltd., India.
11. Recipient of Institute Merit Scholarship for being amongst the top 10 students across all engineering and science disciplines from May, 2003 – December, 2003 at BITS, Pilani.
12. Science Award, 2001 by the Uttar Pradesh State Government for scoring 100% marks in Mathematics in the Intermediate Board Examination.
13. All India Second Rank (Aggregate Percentage: 96.75%) in the Intermediate Board Examination conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (C.I.S.C.E.), New Delhi, India in the year 2001.
14. Secured 95% in Standard 10th Board examination and was awarded the Youth Leadership in Science award by the Council for Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi, India.

Swati Dhir- Assistant Professor, IMI New Delhi, Human Resource Management Publications:

1. Dhir, S., Dhir, S. and Sushil (2016). Cases in Strategic Management: Creativity and Innovation Perspective. McGrawHill Education Publishers
2. Dhir, S. & Dhir S. (2016). Banking on Innovation: Technological Innovations at ICICI Bank Journal for Global Business Advancement (Accepted and Forthcoming)
3. Dhir S. & Dhir S. (2015). Diversification: Literature Review and Issues, Strategic Change, Vol 24(4): 569-588
4. Chaurasia S. & Shukla A. (2015). Linking Organizational Image with Employee Engagement and Work Role Performance. IIMB Management Review (Accepted & Forthcoming)
5. Chaurasia S. & Shukla A. (2014). Psychological Capital, LMX, Employee Engagement and Work Role Performance, Industrial Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 50 (2).
6. Chaurasia, S. & Shukla, A. (2012). Diversity and its Effect on Firm Performance: A Critical Review, Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management. 1 (1): 14-22
7. Chaurasia, S. & Shukla, A. (2013) The Influence Of Leader-Member Exchange Relations On Employee Engagement and Work Role Performance, International Journal of Organization Theory and Behaviour. 17 (3): 464-493
8. Shukla, A., Srinivasan, R. & Chaurrasia, S. (2013), Impact of Work Related Attitudes on Turnover Intentions. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 49(1): 111-122
9. Dhir, S., Mital, A. & Chaurasia, S. (2014) Balanced Score Card of Top Performing Indian Firms. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 9(1): 89-100
10. Chaurasia, S. & Shukla, A. (2011). Review and Re-conceptualizing of Employee Engagement. Proceedings of the 2nd Indian Academy of Management Conference, IIM Bangalore
11. Chaurasia S. & Shukla A. (2012), Linking LMX and Work Role Performance: The influence of Psychological Capital and Employee Engagement, Proceedings of Academy of Business Research International Conference, Biloxi, MS, USA.

Conferences:

1. Dhir, S. & Dhir S. (2015). Cross Cultural Management in International Businesses, 4th Biennial Conference Indian Academy of Management (December, 2015).
2. Dhir, S. & Dhir S. (2015). “Technology Penetration and its Impact on Information Access by Customers: An Exploratory Study ”, AGBA’s 12th Annual World Congress, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (November, 2015).
3. Dhir, S. & Dhir S. (2015). HR Capability and the Drivers of Firm Performance, Fifteenth Global Conference on Flexible Systems Management, GLOGIFT (October, 2015).
4. Chaurasia S. & Shukla A. (2012), The influence of Leader Member Exchange relation Employee Engagement and Work Role Performance, 12th International Human Resource Management Conference, MDI Gurgaon.
5. Chaurasia, S. (2011). Balanced Score Card on Top Performing Indian Firms. Annual Conference of Southern Management Association, Georgia.
6. Chaurasia, S. & Shukla, A. (2011). Change Management through System Thinking. International Conference on Organization Development, IMT Ghaziabad
7. Chaurasia, S. & Shukla, A. (2011). Review and Re-conceptualizing of Employee Engagement. 2nd Indian Academy of Management Conference, IIM Bangalore.

Amit Shukla- Assistant Professor, IIT Kanpur, Human Resource Management Publications:

1. Shukla, A., Singh, S., Rai, H., & Bhattacharya, A. (Accepted). Employee empowerment leading to flexible role orientation: A disposition based contingency framework. IIMB Management Review.
2. Shukla, A., & Singh, S. (Forthcoming). Facets of academic excellence in management education: Conceptualization and instrument development in India. Studies in Higher Education.
3. Shukla, A., & Rai, H. (2015). Linking perceived organizational support to organizational trust and commitment: Moderating role of psychological capital. Global Business Review, 16(6), 981-996.
4. Shukla, A., & Singh, S. (2015). Psychological ownership: Scale development and validation in the Indian context. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, 10(2), 230-251.
5. Shukla, A., & Rai, H. (2014). Interactive effects of psychological capital and perceived support in developing trust and commitment among Indian IT Executives. Employment Relations Record, 14(2), 66-87.
6. Shukla, A., & Singh, S. (2014). The role of psychological ownership in linkage between organizational justice and citizenship behaviour: Evidence from India. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, 9(2), 248-266.
7. Shukla, A., & Singh, S. (2014). Employee involvement and flexible role orientation: A moderated mediated model. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 49(4), 7-20.
8. Shukla, A., & Singh, S. (2013). Psychological capital and citizenship behaviour: Evidence from telecom sector in India. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 49(1), 97-110.

Srikumar Krishnamoorthy, Professor at IIM Ahmedabad Information Technology & Systems Publications:

1. S. Krishnamoorthy, “Linguistic features for review helpfulness prediction”, Expert Systems with Applications, 42(7), 2015.
2. S. Krishnamoorthy, “Pruning strategies for mining high utility itemsets”, Expert Systems with Applications, 42(5), 2015.
3. S. Krishnamoorthy, and B. Bhasker, “Personalized recommendations in e-commerce”, International Journal of Electronic Business, 3(1), 2005.
4. S. Krishnamoorthy, and B. Bhasker, “Metamorphosis: Mining maximal frequent sets in dense domains”, Intl. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Tools, 14(3), 2005.
5. S. Krishnamoorthy, and B. Bhasker, “Personalized product selection in Internet business”, Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, 5(4), 2004.
6. S. Krishnamoorthy, and B. Bhasker, “Efficiently mining maximal frequent sets in dense databases for discovering association rules”, Intelligent Data Analysis Journal, 8(2), 2004.
7. S. Krishnamoorthy, and B. Bhasker, “Data pre-processing for association rule mining”, Vivek – a Quarterly Journal in Artificial Intelligence, 15(4), 2004.
8. S. Krishnamoorthy, “A framework of agent based personalized recommender system for E-commerce”, South Asian Journal of Management, 11(2), 2004.
9. S. Krishnamoorthy, and B. Bhasker, “Applications of Recommender systems in target selection”, Journal of Targeting, Measurement and Analysis for Marketing, 13, 2004.Conferences:1. K. V. Indukuri, S. Krishnamoorthy and P. Radha Krishna, “Natural language querying over databases using cascaded CRFs”, In Proc. of ADBIS Conference, 2010. Also in Springer LNCS Vol. 6295/2011 – Advances in Databases and Information Systems.
2. S. Krishnamoorthy, K. B. Gadde, D. P. Muni, et al, “Complex Schema Matching Identification using Genetic Programming Technique“, In proc. of British National Conference on Databases (BNCOD), 2010.
3. Gagrani, B. Pillai, and S. Krishnamoorthy, “Failure resilient real-time data federation system”, ACM HPC, Mar 2009.
4. M. Kumar, S. Moriah, and S. Krishnamoorthy, “Performance evaluation of similarity join for real-time information integration”, ACM Compute 2009, Jan 2009.
5. B. G. Krishna, E. V. Reddy, K. Jagadamba, S. Krishnamoorthy, and P. Radha Krishna, “A unified and scalable data migration service for the cloud environments”, COMAD, 2009.
6. S. Krishnamoorthy, A. K. Saple, P. H. Achutharao, “Integrated query optimization system for the data grids”, ACM Compute 2008, Jan 2008.
7. S. Bose, S. Krishnamoorthy, N. D. Ranade, “Allocating resources to parallel query plans in data grid”, IEEE GCC, 2007.
8. S. S. Bagul, N. D. Ranade, A. Sharma, S. K. Bose, S. Krishnamoorthy, S. Sengupta, “A Grid based Approach for Dynamic Integration and Access of Distributed and Heterogeneous Information across an Enterprise”, 7th IRMA Conference, Vancouver, Canada, Feb 2007.
9. S. Krishnamoorthy, and A. S. Mondal, “MAPS: Multi-Attribute search in P2P networks using Schema”, IEEE Intl. Conf. on Networks, ICON 06, Sept 13-15, 2006.
10. S. Krishnamoorthy, and A. S. Mondal, “Multi-agent based simulation of multi-echelon Supply Chains”, Agent Directed Simulation Conference, Huntsville, AL, USA, April 2-6 2005.
11. S. Krishnamoorthy, and B. Bhasker, “Personalized recommendations in e-commerce”, 5th World Congress on Management of Electronic Business, Jan 2004 (Best paper award).
12. S. Krishnamoorthy, and B. Bhasker, “Efficiently mining maximal frequent sets for discovering association rules”, In Proc. of IEEE International Database Engineering and Applications Symposium (IDEAS), Hong Kong, Jul 2003.
13. S. Krishnamoorthy, B. Bhasker, “Data pre-processing for association rule mining”, In Proc. of Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IICAI), 2003.
14. S. Krishnamoorthy, B. Bhasker, S. Tripathi, “MaxDomino: Efficiently mining maximal frequent sets”, In Proc. of British National Conference on Databases (BNCOD), Jul 2003.
15. S. Krishnamoorthy, and B. Bhasker, “Efficiently Mining Long Patterns from Dense Databases”, 6th Intl. Conf. on Information Technology (CIT ‘03), Bhubaneswar, India, Dec 2003.
16. S. Krishnamoorthy, and B. Bhasker, “Efficiently Mining Frequent Patterns for Discovering Association Rules”, 2nd Intl. Conf. on Applied Artificial Intelligence (ICAAI ‘03), Pune, India, Dec 2003.
17. S. Krishnamoorthy, “Agent Based Personalized Recommendation System for E-Commerce”, In Proc. of National Conf. Consortium of Students in Management Research Organized by Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Sep 2003.
18. S. Krishnamoorthy, and B. Bhasker, “An Algorithm for Mining Maximal Frequent Sets Based on Dominancy of Transactions”, In Proc. of 5th Intl. Conf. on Enterprise Information Systems, France, Apr 2003.
19. S. Krishnamoorthy, and B. Bhasker, “Data mining and rural development”, In Proc. of National Conf. on Computer & IT Applications in Rural Development (Organized by Computer Society of India), Lucknow, Jul 2003.
20. S. Krishnamoorthy, and D. K. Bandyopadhyay, “Dynamic Content Creation on the Web”, In Proc. of National Workshop on Advances in Web based Computing, Feb 2002.

Cases:

1. S. Krishnamoorthy, “Data Modeling and Management in the Big Data Era”, IIM-Ahmedabad Case, IIMA/CISG0130, 2015.
2. S. Krishnamoorthy, “Data Warehousing and Multi-dimensional Data Modeling”, IIM-Ahmedabad Case, IIMA/CISG0125, 2014.
3. S. Krishnamoorthy, A. Sarkar, L. Bharat Kumar, R. Ravindran, R. Ganesan, S. Dasgupta, and R. Srinivasan, “ePost: Metamorphosis of India post”, IIM-Lucknow Case Series, Jan 2002.

Granted Patent:

1. K. I. Varma, S. Krishnamoorthy, and R. K. Pisipati, “Natural Language Querying with Cascaded Conditional Random Fields”, USPTO 9,280,535, Feb 2016.
2. B. Pillai, A.G. Singh, and S. Krishnamoorthy, “System and method for automatic failover of read-only distributed query processing engine using distributed shared memory”, USPTO 8,874,961, Oct 2014.
3. S. K. Bose, S. Krishnamoorthy, and N.D. Ranade, “Allocating resources for parallel execution of query plans”, USPTO 8,402,469, Mar 2013.
4. S. Krishnamoorthy, S. Sadasivam, A. Gagrani, and P. H. Achutharao, “System and method for parallel query evaluation”, USPTO 8,386,508, Feb 2013.
5. D.P. Muni, K.B. Gadde, and S. Krishnamoorthy, “System and method for schema matching”, USPTO 8,386,493, Feb 2013.
6. S. Krishnamoorthy, A. K. Saple, and P. H. Achutharao, “Integrated distributed query processor for the data grids”, USPTO 8,103,656, Jan 2012.
7. S. Krishnamoorthy, and A. S. Mondal, “Method for semantic based storage and retrieval of information”, USPTO 7,870,133, Jan 2011.

Books:

1. B. Bhasker, and S. Krishnamoorthy, “Recommender systems in electronic commerce: Methodologies and applications of data mining”, Tata McGraw Hill, July 2010 http://www.tatamcgrawhill.com/html/9780070680678.html
2. S. Krishnamoorthy, R. Srinivasan et al, “Transformative organization: A Global Perspective”, SAGE Publications, 2004, Contributed a chapter for the Book edited by Prof. Vipin Gupta, Wharton Business School http://www.sagepub.com/books/Book226648/toc
Articles:
1. S. Krishnamoorthy, P. Jain, A. Sanghvi, T. Tripathi, S. Ramji, J. Waghdhare, and V. Sridhar, “Cellular pricing: Greener or Leaner”, Voice and Data, Nov 2001.
2. V. Sridhar, and S. Krishnamoorthy, “A taxonomic survey of data mining in Telecommunications”, Voice and Data, Dec 2002.
3. S. Krishnamoorthy, “Data mining technology in India”, INFINITE, The Financial Express Supplement, Jan 2002.

Boudhayan Ganguly, Associate Professor, IMI Kolkata, Information Technology & Systems Publications:

1. Ganguly, B. Dash, S.B. and Cyr, D. (2011). “The interrelationship of personal variables, website characteristics and trust in online-travel portals”. Tourism Recreation Research. Vol. 36 No. 1, pp 57-68.
2. Ganguly B., Dash S.B., Cyr D. and Head M. (2010). “The Effects of Website design on Purchase Intention in online shopping: The Mediating role of Trust and the Moderating role of Culture”. International Journal of Electronic Business. Vol. 8, No. 4, pp 302-330.
3. Ganguly B., Dash S.B. and Cyr D (2009). “Website characteristics, Trust and purchase intention in online stores: – An Empirical study in the Indian context”. Journal of Information Science and Technology. Vol. 6, No. 2, pp 22-44.

Book/Book Chapter/Book Review/Case Discussion:

1. Ganguly B. and Daultani Y. (2016). “Cultural influences in website design”. E-Business and Supply Chain Competitiveness Publisher: Excel India Publisher, New Delhi, pp 18-23.
2. Ganguly B., Dash S.B. and Cyr D (2010). “Cultural influences on the antecedents of Trust in B2C online shopping: A Review and Research agenda”. International Consumer Behaviour: A Mosaic of Elective Perspectives- Handbook on International Consumer Behaviour. Access. UK.
3. Ganguly, B. and Dash, S.B. (2007). “Cultural Influences on Antecedents and Consequence of Trust in e-Governance: A Conceptual Framework”. Towards next generation e-government, GIFT, New Delhi, pp 153-164.

National Conference:

1. Ganguly B. (2015). “Task Oriented Website design”. Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, December 11th-13th, 2015.
2. Ganguly B. and Dash S.B. (2010). “A study on the cultural influences on the relationships between website characteristics, online trust and purchase intention”. International Marketing Conference, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, December 27th-29th, 2010.
3. Ganguly B., Dash S.B., Cyr D. and Head M. (2009) “The Effects of Website design on Purchase Intention in B2C online shopping: The Mediating role of Trust and the Moderating role of Culture”. International Conference on Information Systems and Software Engineering, Chennai, December 28th-30th, 2009.
4. Ganguly B. and Dash S.B. (2009). “The Effects of Website design on Online Trust in global context: The Moderating role of Product Type”. International Conference on Information Technology, Bhubaneswar, December 22nd-24th, 2009.
5. Ganguly B. and Dash S.B. (2009) “Vendor Characteristics, Subjective Norms and Online Trust: The moderating role of customer characteristics”. NASMEI Marketing Conference, Great Lakes, Chennai, December 18-19, 2009.
6. Ganguly B. and Dash S.B. (2009) “The Effects of Website characteristics on trust in online stores: The Moderating role of Product Type and Customer characteristics – An Empirical study in the Indian context”. Conference on Information Science Technology and Management (CISTM), (13th July-15th July, 2009), MDI Gurgaon.
7. Ganguly B., Dash S.B. and Mukhopadhyay A. (2009). “The Effects of Website characteristics on trust in online travel portals: The Moderating role of Demographics and Psychographics variables. An Empirical study in the Indian context”. International Conference on Tourism in Global Village, IIM Lucknow 8-10th April.
8. Ganguly B., Dash S.B. and Mukhopadhyay A. (2008). “Influences of product type and customer demographics on the antecedents and consequences of Trust in online shopping: A Review and Research agenda”. Conference on Information Science Technology and Management (CISTM), (31st July-3rd Aug, 2008), IIT Delhi.
9. Ganguly B. and Dash S.B. (2007) “Cultural Influences on antecedents and consequence of Trust in e-governance: A Conceptual Framework”. International Conference on e-Governance, 28th – 30th December, 2007, Central University of Hyderabad (organized by Computer Society of India).International Conference:
1. Ganguly B. and Dash S.B. (2009) “A Cross Cultural Comparative Study on Vendor Characteristics, Subjective Norms, and Online Trust”. 2nd EuroMed Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business, University of Salerno, Italy, 26-29 October, 2009.

Mayank Sharma- Assistant Professor, IIM Kashipur, Information Technology & Systems Publications:

1. Mayank Sharma, Pradeep Kumar & Bharat Bhasker. (2014). A Study of Factors Resulting to Online Community Formation, Journal of Information Technology Management. Vol. 25 No.2. (pp. 1-14).
2. Mayank Sharma, Pradeep Kumar & Bharat Bhasker. (2015). Purchase Intention and Word of Mouth in Social Apps, International Journal of Web Based Communities. Vol.11 No.2. (pp. 188-209).Awards and Recognitions:
1. Outstanding paper award – at 12th IADIS International Conference on e-Society, Madrid, Spain.

Faiz Hamid- Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial and Management Engineering, IIT Kanpur, Information Technology & Systems Publications:

1. F. Hamid and Y. K. Agarwal (2015). Solving the Two-Facility Network Design Problem with 3-Partition Facets. Networks, vol 66(1), pp 11-32.
2. M. Assaad, W. Benameur and F. Hamid (2013).Resource Optimization of Non-Additive Utility Functions in Localized SC-FDMA Systems. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, vol 62(18), pp 4896-4910.
3. M. Assaad, W. Benameur and F. Hamid (2013). An Interval Assignment Problem for Resource Optimization in LTE Networks. Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics, vol 41(5), pp 237-244
4. F. Hamid and Y. K. Agarwal (2012). A Polyhedral Approach for Solving Two Facility Network Design Problem. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 6701, pp 92-97.

Awards & Recognition:

1. Ph.D. Thesis recognized as runner-up for 2014 Best Dissertation Award by The INFORMS Technical Section in Telecommunications.
2. Best Paper Award at COSMAR 2010 Doctoral Conference organized by Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.
3. Professor Dipak C Jain Best Paper Award at IMR Doctoral Conference 2010 organized by Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India.

Publications:

1. Mishra, R., Kumar, P., & Bhasker, B. (2015). A web recommendation system considering sequential information. Decision Support Systems, 75, 1-10.
2. Mishra, R., Kumar, P., & Bhasker, B. (2014). An alternative approach for clustering web user sessions considering sequential information. Intelligent Data Analysis, 18(2), 137-156.
3. Mishra, R., & Pradeep, K. (2012). Clustering web logs using similarity upper approximation with different similarity measures. International Journal of Machine Learning and Computing, 2(3), 219-221.Working paper:1. Rajhans Mishra and Satish Krishnan (2015). Mobile Penetration and its Relationship with Socio-Economic Factors: A Study on the Indian States, registered with SSRN (SSRN.2584013).

Book Chapters:

1. Vinay Awasthi and Rajhans Mishra (2014). Classification of information in a twitter stream in IEEE 2014 Indicon conf. 11-13 Dec, 2014 (Pune). proceedings published in IEEE database-[ Book chapter] Print ISBN 978-1- 4799-5362-2 .
2. Rajhans Mishra (2013). A fuzzy approach for Multi Criteria Decision making in Web recommendation system for e commerce. In the proceedings of 11th International conference on ICT & Knowledge Engineering (Nov., 2013) Published in IEEE database.
3. Rajhans Mishra, Pradeep Kumar & Bharat Bhasker (2012): Rough Set Based Clustering in Dense Web Domain. 12th International conference on Intelligent system design and applications, Kochi, Nov. 27-29 2012 (published in IEEE database as proceedings).
4. Rajhans Mishra, Pradeep Kumar & Bharat Bhasker (2011). A Design Framework for Recommender System by Incorporating Sequential Information. In the proceedings of The 13th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services (iiWAS2011), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) published in ACM digital library (as proceedings).

Conference Papers:

1. Rajhans Mishra & Siddhartha Rastogi (2014). Web analytics for customer profiling and segmentation for e-commerce using sequential information in the 2014 INFORMS ANNUAL MEETING, held at San-Francisco (09-12 Nov., 2014)
2. Siddhartha Rastogi & Rajhans Mishra (2014). Cigarette Packet Pictorial Warning: Is There Any Impact on Smokers, Quitters, and Non-Smokers in the 2014 INFORMS ANNUAL MEETING, held at San-Francisco (09-12 Nov., 2014)
3. Satish Krishnan and Rajhans Mishra (2014).E-Government Maturity, Corruption in National Institutions, and National Sustainability in 9th Yale Great lakes International Management Conference held on 29th December, 2014 (Chennai)
4. Rajesh Sharma & Rajhans Mishra (2013). A Framework for Continuous Assessment of IT Investment on Business Processes. Paper presented in the 11th International AIMS Conference held at IMT Ghaziabad (Dec 2013) and published in the Conference Proceedings.
5. Rajhans Mishra, Pradeep Kumar & Bharat Bhasker (2012). Similarity Upper Approximation based Clustering using different Similarity Measures. Accepted for the presentation in The IADIS e-Society 2012 conference Berlin, Germany, 10 to 13 March 2012
6. Rajhans Mishra & Soumya Kanti Ghosh (2011).e-District: Implementation of e- Governance in Uttar Pradesh. Presented and accepted for the International Case Conference, November 2011, Goa, India.
7. Rajhans Mishra (2010). Incorporating fuzziness in unstructured data mining. In the proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Data Management (ICDM 2010, March 11-12, 2010).

Doctoral Consortium:

1. Rajhans Mishra, Pradeep Kumar & Bharat Bhasker (2011). Design of Recommender System Incorporating Sequential Information, presented at IIM Bangalore Doctoral Conference (IMRDC-2011) 11-12 Nov, 2011, Bangalore, India.
2. Rajhans Mishra, Pradeep Kumar & Bharat Bhasker (2011). A Framework of Recommender System Incorporating Sequential Information Using Web Usage Data. In the Proceedings of Doctoral Colloquium of IIM Ahmedabad, 7-8 January, 2012, Ahmedabad, India.

Cases (registered with teaching note):

1. Rajhans Mishra (2014). “Expand or Integrate at Sangam Corporation”. Registered at Indian Institute of Management, Indore.
2. Rajhans Mishra (2014). “e-District: Implementation of e- Governance in Uttar Pradesh”. Registered at Indian Institute of Management, Indore.

Saini Das- Assistant Professor, Vinod Gupta School of Management, IIT Kharagpur, Information Technology & Systems Publications:

1. Vakeel, K., Das, S., Udo, G., & Bagchi. K. (Forthcoming). “Do security and privacy policies in B2B and B2C e-commerce differ? A comparative study using content analysis”. Behavior and Information Technology.
2. Das, S., &Dayal, M. (2016). “Exploring determinants of cloud-based ERP selection and adoption: A qualitative study in the Indian education sector”, Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research (JITCAR), 18(1), pp.11-36.
3. Das, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. & Bagchi, K. (2014) “National Level determinants of Global Music piracy and Online music sales: An exploratory Study”, Journal of Global Information Technology Management (JGITM), 17( 1), pp. 6-25.
4. Das, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. & Bhasker, B. (2013) “Today’s Action is better than Tomorrow’s Cure – Evaluating Information Security at a Premier Indian Business School”, Journal of Cases on Information Technology (JCIT) ,15( 3), pp.01-22
5. Das, S., Mukhopadhyay, A., & Anand, M. (2012). Stock Market Response to Information Security Breach: A Study Using Firm and Attack Characteristics. Journal of Information Privacy and Security (JIPS), 8(4), pp.27-54.
6. Das, S., Mukhopadhyay, A., & Bagchi, K. (2012). An exploratory analysis of the factors affecting global music piracy and online music sales. Communications of Global Information Technology (COGIT), 4, pp.35-47.
7. Das, S., & Mukhopadhyay, A. (2011). Security and Privacy Challenges in Telemedicine. CSI-Communications, 35(8), pp.20-23.

Suresh Paul Antony- Associate Professor, IIM Trichy, Marketing Conference Presentations:

1. Antony, Suresh Paul. et.al. (2009). Study of Age-Related Differences in the Influence of Price and Promotion on Buying Intention. Inaugural Conference of Indian Academy of Management on ‘Indian Management: Past, Present, Future, Jamshedpur, December
2. Antony, Suresh Paul (2009). India: Emerging Opportunities in a Market in Transition. International Conference on ‘Marketing in Emerging Markets, Rourkela Institute of Management Studies, Rourkela, December.
3. Antony, Suresh Paul. et.al. (2007). Attitudinal Responses of Elderly Consumers to Marketing Variables. Australia & New Zealand Marketing Academy Doctoral Consortium & Conference [ANZMAC], Dunedin, New Zealand, December.
4. Antony, Suresh Paul &Purwar, P.C. (2007). Do we know enough to Market to the Older Consumer? The Case of Marketing Correctness. IIM Kozhikode International Conference on ‘Marketing and Society’, IIM Kozhikode Kerala, India, April.
5. Antony, Suresh Paul (2001). The Making-Over of India Posts – Myth or Reality? National Seminar on ‘Customer Relationship Management’, University of Hyderabad, India, November.
6. Antony, Suresh Paul (2001). Hi-Touch to Hi-Tech: Educating the Consumer. International Seminar on ‘Technological Explosion in the New Millennium: Managerial Strategies and Implications for Public Policy, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry, August.

Book Chapters:

1. Antony, Suresh Paul. et.al. (2011). India: Opportunities and Challenges of Demographic Transition. The Silver Market Phenomenon, Springer Publications, New York.
2. Antony, Suresh Paul. et.al. (2008). India: Emerging Opportunities in a Market in Transition. The Silver Market Phenomenon, Springer Publications, New York.
3. Antony, Suresh Paul. (2005).The Making-Over of India Posts – Myth or Reality? Customer Relationship Management: An Indian Perspective, Excel Books, New Delhi.
4. Antony, Suresh Paul. (2003).The Making-Over of India Posts – Myth or Reality? Customer Relationship Management: A Key to Corporate Success, Excel Books, New Delhi.
5. Antony, Suresh Paul. (2001).Managing Customer Relations .Focus (Quarterly), Postal Training Centre, Madurai, Tamil Nadu India.

Neha Srivastava, Assistant Professor KJ Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research, Marketing Publications:

1. Determinants of brand trust in high inherent risk products: The moderating role of education and working status(Link) Marketing Intelligence & Planning, Emerald – Neha Srivastava , Satya Bhushan Dash , Amit Mookerjee.
2. Antecedents and moderators of brand trust in the context of baby care toiletries- Journal of Consumer Marketing, Emerald 2015- Neha Srivastava, Satya Bhushan Dash, Amit Mookerjee.
3. Antecedents of Brand Trust in the Baby Care Toiletries Product Brands: An Empirical Study in the Indian Context European Advances in Consumer Research, Vol. 10, ACR 2013.

Ravi Shekhar Kumar, Assistant Professor, XLRI, Jamshedpur, Marketing Journal Articles-Refereed:

1. Sarangi, S., Patro, S., and Kumar R. S. (2013), “Sustainable distribution in emerging markets: African perspective”, Transnational Marketing Journal, Vol.2, No:1, pp.39
2. Kumar, R. S., Dash, S. B. and Purwar, P.C. (2013), “The nature and antecedents of brand equity and its dimensions”, Marketing Intelligence and Planning, Vol.31, No.2, pp. 141-159.
Chapters in a Book::
Dash S. B. & Kumar, R. S. (2009). Consumer-based Brand Equity Analysis of US Global brand in comparison with Domestic brand in Indian Apparel Industry in Brand Research Edited by Nafess L., Krishnan O., Gore T., Macmillan Publishers India Limited, Delhi.

Paper Presentations-Refereed:

1. Kumar, R. S. (2014) “Behavioural Antecedents of Channel Partners Satisfaction: A Power specific approach”, at the 2014 Annual Conference of Emerging Markets Conference Board, held at IIM Lucknow (Noida campus) during January 9-11, 2014.
2. Kumar, R. S. and Dash, S. B. (2014) “Linking Physical Environment to Brand Equity: An Empirical Study of Hospital Services”, at the 2014 Annual Conference of Emerging Markets Conference Board, held at IIM Lucknow (Noida campus) during January 9-11, 2014.
3. Subrat Sarangi, Debasis Pradhan, Ravi Shekhar Kumar, Sanjay Patro (2014), “Towards a Sustainable Distribution Strategy in Emerging”, at the 2014 Annual Conference of Emerging Markets Conference Board, held at IIM Lucknow (Noida campus) during January 9-11, 2014.
4. Kumar, R. S. and Dash, S. B. (2012). Effect of marketing mix elements on hospital brand equity, International Marketing Conference, organized by Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, at Indian institute of Management, Calcutta, India held during December 28-30, 2012.
5. Kumar, R. S. and Dash, S. B. (2012). Effect of marketing mix elements on hospital brand equity, International Marketing Conference, organized by Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, at Indian institute of Management, Calcutta, India held during December 28-30, 2012.
6. Kumar, R. S., Dash, S. B., Purwar, P.C & Singh, S. (2011). Exploring Relationships among Marketing Effort. Customers Personality and Hospital Brand Experience, 33rd INFORMS, Marketing Science conference, organized by the INFORMS Society for Marketing Science at the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University, Houston, Texas, USA, during June 09-11, 2011.
7. Dash S. B. & Kumar, R. S. (2010). Consumer-based Brand Equity Analysis of US Global brand in comparison with Domestic brand in Indian Apparel Industry, 2nd International Conference on Brand Management in collaboration with the Centre for Indian Business (CIB) and University of Greenwich, UK, at IMT, Ghaziabad, India during January 08-09, 2010. (This paper received special mention in the conference).
8. Kumar, R. S., Dash S.B. & Purwar P. C. (2010). The effects of marketing mix elements on brand equity; the mediating role of patient brand experience: A conceptual framework for Indian hospital industry, 1st International Conference on Emerging Market in the new world order- Paradigm shift organized by Academy of Indian Marketing in collaboration with American Marketing Association and Centre for Excellence in Brand & Customer Management, Georgia State University, at New Delhi, India during December 16-18, 2010.
9. Kumar R. S. (2001). Macroeconomic Reforms of Chinese and Indian Economic, organized by Institute of Engineers (India), Varanasi centre students` chapter, at IIT (BHU), Varanasi, India, on September 21, 2001.
10. Kumar R. S. (2001). Economic slowdown in Indian Economy, organized by Institute of Engineers (India), Varanasi centre students` chapter, at IIT (BHU) Varanasi, India on April 04, 2001.
Working papers:
1. Kumar, R. S., Dash, S. B. and Purwar, P. C. (2011). Exploring Relationships among Marketing Effort, Brand Experience and Brand Equity: A Conceptual framework for Hospital industry, Working paper, Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow, WPS 2010-11/31.
2. Kumar, R. S. and Rai, H. (2009). Study of Buying Behaviour: A Temporal Orientation and Time Pressure Perspective, Working paper, Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow, WPS 2009-2010/01.

Awards and Recognitions:

1. Recipient of Second Best Doctoral Dissertation proposal award at International Conference in Marketing- “Shaping the Future of Research in Marketing in Emerging Economies: Looking Ahead”, at Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow, Noida Campus, judged by award committee of Prof. Naresh Malhotra, Prof Michael Etgar & Prof Sergio Carvalho in 2012.
2. Recipient of Special mention award at second International Conference of Brand Management in 2010.

Shashi Shekhar Mishra, Assistant Professor, IIT Kanpur, Marketing Publications:

1. Shashi Shekhar Mishra and K.B. Saji, (2013) “The impact of institutional variables in new high- tech product development processes: The moderating roles of perceived risk and project duration”, Marketing Intelligence & Planning, Vol. 31 (2), pp.160-178.
2. K.B. Saji and Shashi Shekhar Mishra, (2013) “Investigating the role of firm resources and environmental variables in new product commercialization”, Journal of Product & Brand Management, Vol. 22 (1), pp.18-29.
3. Shashi Shekhar Mishra and K.B. Saji, (2013) “Moderating roles of organizational inertia and project duration in the NPD process: an empirical investigation”, Journal of Product & Brand Management, Vol. 22 (1), pp.52-64.
4. K. B. Saji and Shashi Shekhar Mishra (2012), “Antecedents and consequences of technology acquisition intent: empirical evidence from global high-tech industry”, Journal of Strategic Marketing, Vol. 20 (2), pp. 165-183.
5. K. B. Saji and Shashi Shekhar Mishra (2010). Does New Product Typology Moderate the Technology Substitution to Readiness-to-Design Relationship in New High-tech Product Development Process. Paper presented at the ISBM- Penn State University Conference held at Harvard Business School (USA) during 11-12 August 2010.

Sushant Kumar- Founder, PickdUp (E-learning venture), Marketing Publications:

1. Presented Paper on “Can Social Media aid marketers in studying TV ads? The case of WildStone Soaps” at 2014 Annual Conference of the Emerging Markets Conference Board at IIM Lucknow with Prof. Satish S. M. (Jan’14)
2. Presented Paper on “Parodying the troubles – The role of brand parody in an online anti-brand movement” selected at sixth Great Lakes-North American Society for Marketing Education in India conference with Prof. Satish S. M., Prof. Ashish Dubey, Prof. Sushil Kumar (Dec’12)
3. Presented Paper on “Managing popular anti-brand narrative – The case of Vodafail!” presented at 6th International Conference on Contemporary Business at IIT Delhi with Prof. Satish S. M., Prof. Ashish Dubey, Prof. Sushil Kumar (Oct’12)
4. Presented Paper on “Taming the technological beast: effect of corporate response strategies to product dissatisfaction related popular anti-brand websites on brand evaluation” for Association of Consumer Research, Asia Pacific 2012 (July’12) with Prof. Satish S. M.
5. Presented Paper on “Brand Communities on Facebook: An exploratory study on user participation on Facebook pages” at fifth Great Lakes-North American Society for Marketing Education in India conference with Prof. Satish S. M. (Dec’11).

Awards and Recognitions:

1. Most influential social media professional in India awarded by CMO Asia (2016)
2. Abby Award for Snapdeal-Bigg Boss Season 8 campaign (2015)
3. Magical Motivator, Snapdeal (2014)
4. Best Paper Award at Academy of Indian Marketing (2012)
5. Most viewed writer on Digital Marketing, Strategy, and Social Media Marketing on Quora (Aug, 2016)

Ekta Srivastava- Visiting Lecturer, Department of Media and Communication, Erasmus University Rotterdam,Netherlands, Marketing Publications:

1. Srivastava, E., Maheswarappa, S., and Sivakumaran, B. (forthcoming), “Nostalgic Advertising in India: A Content Analysis of Indian TV Advertisements,” Asia-Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, 29(2). ABDC ranking- B
2. Srivastava, E., and Maheswarappa, S. (2015), “Managing the Complexity of Nostalgia: A Study of Affective and Cognitive Consequences of Nostalgic Advertising among Consumers,” Asia-Pacific Advances in Consumer Research, 11, 251-253.Conferences:

1. Srivastava E. and Satish S.M., ‘Affective and cognitive consequences of nostalgic advertising among consumers’, paper presented and published in the refereed proceedings of the 37th ISMS Marketing Science Conference in Baltimore, USA in June 2015.
2. Srivastava E. and Satish S.M., ‘Managing the complexity of nostalgia: A study of affective and cognitive consequences of nostalgic advertising among consumers’, paper presented and published in the refereed proceedings of the 2015 Association for Consumer research, Asian Pacific Conference in Hong Kong, China in June 2015.
3. Srivastava E. and Satish S.M., ‘Managing the complexity of nostalgia: A study of affective and cognitive consequences of nostalgic advertising among consumers’, poster accepted for presentation at Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition SARMAC XI Conference in Victoria B.C., Canada in June 2015.
4. Srivastava E. and Satish S.M., ‘How to manage the complexity of nostalgia’, work presented at 14th International Marketing Trends Conference held at ESCP Paris, France in January 2015.
5. Srivastava E. and Satish S.M., ‘Influence of Nostalgia on consumers’ processing style and brand connection: A conceptual framework and research propositions’, paper presented and published in the refereed proceedings of the Annual conference for Emerging Markets Conference Board held at Indian Institute of Management Lucknow India in January 2014.
6. Srivastava E. and Satish S.M., ‘Impact of Nostalgia on consumers’ cognitive processing during evaluation: A conceptual framework and research propositions’, paper presented and published in the refereed proceedings of the 7th International NASMEI Conference held at Great Lakes Institute of Management Chennai, India in December 2013.
7. Srivastava E. and Saji, K.B., ‘Impact of persuasive advertising appeals on the consumer adoption of competing products: A conceptual framework and research propositions’, paper presented and published in the refereed proceedings of the MARCON 2012 International Marketing Conference held at Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, India in December 2012.

Awards and Recognitions:

1. Awarded 2014 American Marketing Association (AMA)-Sheth Foundation Doctoral Consortium Fellowship at IIM Ahmedabad.
2. Won the Qualitative Marketing Research Competition in 2012, organized by Samsung India and IMRB International.
3. Attained the status of Semifinalist in the 2015 Data Incubator Challenge organized by Harvard Business Review (HBR).

Abhishek Mishra, Assistant Professor, IIM Indore, Marketing Publications:

1. Mishra, A. (2016). Attribute-based design perceptions and consumer-brand relationship: role of user expertise. Journal of Business Research (In Press).
2. Mishra, A. (2016). An exploratory conceptualization of consumer design perception for digital devices. Journal of Indian Business Research (In Press).
3. Mishra, A, Dash, S.B., Malhotra, N., Cyr.,D. (2015). Measuring consumer design perceptions for digital devices: A multi-dimensional scale. Journal of Brand Management, 22(7), 603-630.
4. Mishra, A., Dash, S.B. & Malhotra, N. (2015). An Integrated Framework for Design Perception and Brand Equity. Academy of Marketing Science Review, 5(1/2), 28-44.
5. Jaiswal, R., Dash, S.B. & Mishra, A. (2015). Why Do Indian Military Officers Want to Leave? An Empirical Investigation. Armed Forces and Society, 42(2), 386-406.
6. Mishra A. (2015). Consumption value of digital devices: An investigation through Facebook Advertisement. Social Networking, 4(3), 51-61.
7. Mishra A. (2015). Disguised depth interviews as games: methodological extension to explore design perception. Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research, 9, 286-302.
8. Jaiswal, R., Sharma, J.K., Dash, S.B., Mishra, A. & Kar, S. (2015). Antecedents of Turnover Intentions of Officers in the Indian Military: A Conceptual Framework. Vikalpa, 40(2), 145-164.
9. Mishra, A. (2014). Effect of Experiential Value on Consumer based Brand Equity: An interactive device perspective. Management and Labour Studies, 39(4), 396-410.
10. Mishra, A., Dash, S.B. & Cyr, D. (2014). Linking user experience and consumer-based brand equity: the moderating role of consumer expertise and lifestyle. Journal of Product & Brand Management, 23(4/5), 333-348.
11. Mishra, A., Mohanty, B.K. & Dash, S.B. (2015). Effect of Consumer Design Perception on Brand Equity: Fuzzy Association Rule Application in R. Journal of Management Research, 15(1), 43-59.
12. Mishra, A., Dash, S.B. & Cyr, D. (2014). Consumer-based Brand Equity Derived from Visual Design Perception of Interactive Devices. International Journal of Visual Design, 8(1), 1-16.
13. Mohanta, S., Mishra, A. & Dash, S.B. (2012). Understanding the Rural Consumer’s Behaviour in Context to His Ecosystem: A Telecommunication Perspective. International Journal of Market Research, 54(5), 603-612.

Conference Presentations:

1. Mishra, A. (2016). Spectator based-team brand equity index: a new measurement. Academy of Marketing Science Conference, Orlando (US).
2. Mishra, A. (2016). Measuring design perception: A new approach. American Marketing Association Winter Conference, Las Vegas (US).
3. Mishra, A., Mohanty, B.K. & Dash, S.B. (2015). Effect of Consumer Design Perception on Brand Equity: Fuzzy Association Rule Application in R. EMCB Conference 2015, IMT Dubai.
4. Mishra, A., Dash, S.B., Malhotra, N.K., Cyr, D. & Basu, S. (2013). Scale development to measure Consumer Design Perception. EMCB IIML Marketing Conference , NOIDA (Emerald best paper)
5. Mishra, A., Dash, S.B., Cyr, D. and Basu, S. (2013). Dimesionalization on consumer Design Perception. EMCB NMMU Marketing Conference, Port Elizabeth, S Africa (Nominee for Best Paper)
6. Mishra, A. and Dash, S.B. (2014). Effect of Visual Design Perception on Brand Equity. Design Principles and Practices Conference, Vancouver, Canada.
7. Mishra, A. and Dash, S.B. (2013). Effect of Experiential Value on Brand Equity. IIT Delhi-XLRI-Curtin ICRM Conference, New Delhi.
8. Mishra, A. and Dash, S.B. (2013). An Initial Effort to develop Consumer Design Perception Scale. NASMEI Marketing Conference, Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai
9. Mishra, A., Dash, S.B. and Basu, S. (2012). Exploration of Consumer Design Perception. MRSI Conference, Gurgaon (Best Academic Paper)
10. Mishra, A. & Dash, S.B. (2013). Integration of Games with traditional qualitative enquiry. EMCB IIML Marketing Conference, NOIDA.
11. Mishra, A. Dash, S.B. & Masarrat, G. (2014). Facebook Advertisement for Data Collection: A study to explore consumption values for smartphones. AIM Conference, WE School, Bangalore.

Book/Journal Editing/Review:

1. Mishra, A. (2016). Effect of Consumer Design Perception on Brand Equity. Lambert Publishing (Germany)
2. Four papers reviewed for the 2015 Academy of Management Conference to be held at Vancouver, BC, Canada.
3. Co-Editor of the book titled “Decoding Lucknow: Special Edition on Fooding Habits” (2014), Pearson Publications, New Delhi
4. Associate Editor of The International Journal of Visual Design (a journal of the Design Principles and Practices).
5. Associate Editor of Design Management and Professional Practice (a journal of the Design Principles and Practices).
6. Co-Editor of the book titled “Decoding Lucknow” (2012), Pearson Publications, New Delhi.
7. Associate Editor of Management Insights, a journal of the School of Management Sciences, 2009-2010.

Atanu Chaudhuri- Associate Professor, Center for Industrial Production, Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark , Operations Management Web of Science journals:

1. Yang, Cheng, Chaudhuri, Atanu and Farooq, Sami(2016), “Interplant coordination, supply chain integration and operational performance of a plant in a manufacturing network: a mediation analysis”, accepted for publication in Supply Chain Management: An International Journal
2. Govindan, Kannan and Chaudhuri, Atanu (2016), “Interrelationships of risks faced by third party logistics services providers : A DEMATEL based approach” accepted for publication in Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review
3. Chaudhuri Atanu, Srivastava, Samir, Srivastava K. Rajiv, Parveen, Zeenat (2016) “Understanding propagation of risks in Food Processing Supply Chain: A Fuzzy Interpretive Structural Modeling based Approach”, accepted for publication in Journal of Modeling in Management.
4. Srivastava, Samir, Chaudhuri, Atanu and Srivastava, R.K (2015). “Propagation of Risks and their Impact on Performance in Fresh Food Retail”, International Journal of Logistics Management, 26(3), 568-602
5. Dixit, Vijaya, Srivastava K. Rajiv, and Chaudhuri Atanu (2015) ” Project network-oriented materials management policy for complex projects: a Fuzzy Set Theoretic approach”, International Journal of Production Research, 53(4), 2904-2920.
6. Dixit, Vijaya, Srivastava K. Rajiv, and Chaudhuri Atanu (2014) “Procurement scheduling for complex projects with fuzzy activity durations and lead times.” Computers & Industrial Engineering, 76 (10), 401-414.
7. Chaudhuri, Atanu (2013), “Simultaneous improvement in development time, cost and quality: a practical framework for generic pharmaceuticals industry”, R&D Management Journal, 43(3), pp. 227-241.
8. Chaudhuri, Atanu, Mohanty, B.K. and Singh, K.N. (2013) “Supply chain risk assessment during new product development: a group decision making approach using numeric and linguistic data”, International Journal of Production Research, 51(10), pp 2790-2804.
9. Chaudhuri, Atanu and Malay Bhattacharyya (2009), “A Combined QFD and Integer Programming Framework to Determine Attribute levels for Conjoint Study”, International Journal of Production Research, 47(23), pp. 6633-6649.
10. Chaudhuri, Atanu, Shalabh Singh (2009), “The reality of India: Folding constraints into business strategy”, Journal of Business Strategy, 30(4), pp. 5-16.

Other peer reviewed journal publications:

1. Chaudhuri, Atanu, Singh, K.N (2015) “First mover advantage in launch of platform based variants: A leader-follower game with upper bound on prices”, Opsearch, 52(1), 42-54.
2. Lillrank, Paul, Chaudhuri, Atanu and Torkki, Paulus (2015), “Economies of scale in cardiac surgery”, Journal of Hospital Administration, 4(2), 78-86.
3. Chaudhuri, Atanu, Lillrank, Paul (2013), “Mass Customization in Healthcare: Insights and Future Research Directions”, Journal of Advances in Management Research, 10(2), 176-191.
4. Dixit, Vijaya, Srivastava R.K. and Chaudhuri, Atanu (2013), “Integrating materials management with project management of complex projects”, Journal of Advances in Management Research, 10(2), 230-278.
5. Chaudhuri, Atanu and K.N. Singh (2010), “Product to plant allocation and capacity planning for a multi-location automobile company”, Udyog Pragati, Vol. 34, No. 2, April-June 2010.
6. Chaudhuri, Atanu, Koudal, Peter and Seshadri, Sridhar (2010) “Productivity and capital investments: An empirical study of three manufacturing industries in India” IIMB Management Review, Vol 22, No. 3, pp. 65-79.
7. Chaudhuri, Atanu and Rajiv K. Srivastava (2006) “Bicriteria Sequencing of Mixed Model Assembly Line: A Simplified heuristic and Illustration” Industrial Engineering Journal, Vol XXXV No. 4, April 2006, pp 9-16. published by Indian Institute of Industrial Engineering
8. Chaudhuri, Atanu and K.N. Singh (2005) “Incorporating Impact of Economic Conditions on Pricing and Launch Sequence Determination of Commercial Vehicles”, Metamorphosis, Vol 4, No. 1, pp 26-38.
9. Chaudhuri, Atanu and Kashi N. Singh (2004) “Critical Decisions in New Product Introduction and Development- a Mathematical modeling approach”, Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, Vol IV, No 1, pp. 221-232.

Awards and Funding :

1. Obtained funding from Danish agency for Science Technology and Innovation for Next generation cold supply chains in Denmark and China with partners from University of Nottingham Ningbo China and Zhejiang University as international partners, 2016
2. Obtained funding from Danish agency for Science Technology and Innovation for Managing global operations networks with partners from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi as international partners, 2016
3. Obtained funding from Danish agency for Science Technology and Innovation for a project titled “Innovative Healthcare Collaboration” with Center for Industrial Production, Aalborg University and Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow as project partners, 2015.
4. Obtained funding from UKIERI for proposal titled “Understanding UK and Indian Food Industries” in partnership with Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge University. Duration of the project- February 2012 to Dec 2013. Prof. Rajiv K. Srivastava and Samir K. Srivastava are the other team members in the project.
5. Obtained funding for “Engineering Driven Sustainable Manufacturing” with team members Prof. Samir Srivastava and Prof. R.K. Srivastava and research collaborators at Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge University and IIT, Ropar funded by EPSRC, UK and DST, India.
6. Invited to join the prestigious International Manufacturing Strategy Survey (IMSS) Research Group, which is a research network of business schools and assembly manufacturing firms, engaged in study of manufacturing management strategies and practices on both global and national scale. The network was set up in 1992 by a group of 20 world-class business schools led by the London Business School (Great Britain) and Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden). Currently, the network is coordinated by Politecnico di Milano (Italy).
7. Received the “Outstanding Achievement Award” for research and professional excellence at Deloitte, 2009
8. Won the “Team of the Quarter” Award along with Shalabh Singh and Aditi Rao for the research – Made for India: Converting Constraints into Competitive Advantage, 2008
9. Won an applause award in Deloitte for the in-depth research conducted for Drivers for Capital Investments in Indian manufacturing: Empirical Analysis of three manufacturing industries in India, 2008
10. Won the best paper award amongst doctoral students for the paper titled “Choice of Product line, launch and production decisions for platform based variants- a modeling approach” at the Doctoral Consortium of the VIII International Conference of Society of Operations Management, held at NITIE, Mumbai, Dec 17-20, 2004.
11. Team Leader of the IIM, Lucknow team who were one of the winners of the National Manufacturing Policy Competition, organized by We Think for India and felicitated by the then Prime Minister of India, 2003.

Samir K Srivastava – Professor, IIM Lucknow , Operations Management Publications:

1. Samir K Srivastava, Abhilash Amula and Prakash Ghagare, Service Facility Relocation Decision: A Case Study, Facilities, accepted for publication, Forthcoming.
2. Atanu Chaudhuri, Samir K. Srivastava, Rajiv K Srivastava and Zeenat Parveen, Understanding propagation of risks in Food Processing Supply Chain: A Fuzzy Interpretive Structural Modeling based Approach, Journal of Modeling in Management, accepted for publication, Forthcoming.
3. Mohita Gangwar and Samir K Srivastava, Leveraging the Social Welfare Chain to provide Resilience during Disaster, International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, accepted for publication, Forthcoming.
4. Samir K Srivastava, Atanu Chaudhuri and Rajiv K Srivastava, Understanding Propagation of Risks and their Impact on Performance in Fresh Food Retail, International Journal of Logistics Management Volume 26, No. 3, 2015, pp. 1-36.
5. Rakesh Kumar and Samir K Srivastava, A Framework for Improving ‘Sales & Operations Planning’, Metamorphosis, Volume 13, No. 1, 2014, pp.16-25.
6. Sanjay Dhir, Amita Mital and Samir K Srivastava, Dynamics of Value Creation in Indian Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures: A Systems Approach, Strategic Change, Volume 22, No. 7-8, 2013, pp. 471-483.
7. Samir K Srivastava and Avishek Ray, Benchmarking Indian General Insurance Firms, Benchmarking: an International Journal, Volume 20, No. 1, 2013, pp. 4-24.
8. Samir K Srivastava and Sahil Bansal, Measuring and Comparing Volume Flexibility across Indian Firms, International Journal of Business Performance Management, Vol. 14, No. 1, 2013 pp. 38-51.
9. Samir K Srivastava, Managerial Implications from Indian Case Studies on e-Reverse Auctions, Business Process Management Journal, Volume 18, No. 3, 2012, pp. 513-531. ONE
10. Samir K Srivastava and Deepak Jain, An Industrial Application of Modified Clarke & Wright Algorithm, Udyog Pragati, Volume 34, No. 1, 2010, pp. 8-15.
11. Samir K Srivastava, Network Design for Reverse Logistics, Omega (Special Issue on Logistics: New Perspectives and Challenges), Volume 36, Issue 4, 2008, pp. 535-548. (FIFTH HOTTEST ARTICLE IN SCIENCEDIRECT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTING CATEGORY, January-March 2008).
12. Samir K Srivastava, Towards Estimating Cost of Quality in Supply Chains, Total Quality Management and Business Excellence, Vol. 19, Issue 3, 2008, pp. 193–208.
13. Samir K Srivastava, Value Recovery Network Design for Product Returns, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, Volume 38, Issue 4, 2008, pp. 311-331.
14. Samir K Srivastava, Green Supply Chain Management: A state-of-the-art Literature Review, International Journal of Management Reviews, Volume 9, Issue 1, 2007, pp. 53-80.
15. Samir K Srivastava, Radio Frequency Identification Technology in Retail Outlets: Indian Scenario, International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management (special issue on Connective Technologies and Their Impact on Manufacturing and Logistics), Volume 10, Issue 1, 2007, pp. 71-91.
16. Samir K Srivastava, Estimating COQ using PAF quality costing model in a pharmaceutical firm, International Journal of Business & Economics, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2007, pp. 7-16.
17. Samir K Srivastava and Rajiv K. Srivastava, Managing Product Returns for Reverse Logistics, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management (special issue on 3PL, 4PL and Reverse Logistics Part 1), Volume 36, Issue 7, 2006, pp 524-546.
18. Samir K Srivastava, Logistics and Supply Chain Practices in India, Vision: The Journal of Business Perspective, Volume 10, Issue 3, 2006, pp. 69-79.
19. Samir K Srivastava and R.K. Srivastava, Profit Driven Reverse Logistics, International Journal of Business Research, Volume 4, Number 1, 2005, pp 53-61.
20. Samir K Srivastava and Rajiv K. Srivastava, A state-of-the-art Literature Review of Green Supply Chain Management, Udyog Pragati, Volume 27, No. 3, 2003, pp. 5-23.
21. Samir K Srivastava and Rajiv K. Srivastava, How Green are Indian Firms, Productivity, Volume 44, No. 2, 2003, pp. 294-302.Books:
1. Lee J. Krajewski, Larry P. Ritzman, Manoj K Malhotra and Samir K Srivastava, Operations Management: Process and Supply Chains, Eleventh IE Edition (ISBN 9789332548213), Pearson Education, 2015.
2. Ronald H. Ballou and Samir K Srivastava, Business Logistics/ Supply Chain Management, Fifth IE Edition (ISBN 9788131705841), Pearson Education, Sixth Impression, 2012.
3. Lee J. Krajewski, Larry P. Ritzman, Manoj K Malhotra and Samir K Srivastava, Operations Management: Processes and Supply Chains, Ninth IE Edition (ISBN 9788131728840), Pearson Education, 2011.

Case Studies in Journals:

1. T.T. Niranjan and Samir K Srivastava, Managing Capacity at Sparsh Call Centre, Asian Case Research Journal, Volume 12, Issue 1, 2008, pp. 1-31.
2. Rahul Pandey, Rajiv K. Srivastava and Samir K Srivastava, Indian Foundries Limited, Asian Journal of Management Cases, Volume 1, Number 2, 2004, pp. 177-186.

Book Chapters:

1. Samir K Srivastava, Issues and Challenges in Reverse Logistics, In: Surendra M. Gupta (Ed.), Reverse Supply Chains: Issues and Analysis (ISBN: 978-1-43-989902-1), Taylor and Francis, CRC Press, 2013, Chapter 2, pp. 61-82.
2. Samir K Srivastava, Green Supply Chain Management: A state-of-the-art Literature Review, In: John Jermier (Ed.), Corporate Environmentalism and the Greening of Organizations (ISBN: 9780857025715), SAGE Publications Ltd, 2013, Vol. 4, Part 2, pp. 27-61.
3. Samir K Srivastava, Sustainable Supply Networks by Design, In: Christian N Madu & Chu-hua Kuei (Eds.), Handbook of Sustainability Management (ISBN: 978-981-4354-81-3), Imperial College Press, London, 2012, Chapter 7, pp. 133-153.
4. Samir K Srivastava, RFID Technology in Indian Retail Sector, In: Sameer Kumar (Ed.), Connective Technologies in the Supply Chain, Taylor and Francis, 2007, Chapter 9, pp. 185-210.
5. Samir K Srivastava, Role and Application of RFID in Libraries, In: Sameer Kumar (Ed.), Connective Technologies in the Supply Chain, Taylor and Francis, 2007, Chapter 7, pp. 139-158.
6. Arif Khan, Samir K Srivastava and B. Bakkappa, Benchmarking and Competency Mapping at Trim India: A Case Study, In: Garg, R.K. and Jaiswal, M. (Eds.), Bridging Digital Divide, MacMillan India, 2007, Chapter 13, pp. 192-213.
7. Samir K Srivastava and Rajiv K. Srivastava, A Hierarchical Model for Profit-driven Reverse Logistics Network Design, In: Devi and Parimi (Eds.), Reverse Logistics: Concepts and Cases, ICFAI Press, India, 2005, pp. 91-116.
8. Samir K Srivastava and Rajiv K. Srivastava, A Hierarchical Model for Reverse Logistics Network Design, In: Pawar, Lalwani & Shah (Eds.), Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Logistics, Centre for Concurrent Enterprise, University of Nottingham, UK, 2004, pp. 490-496.

Working Papers:

1. Samir K Srivastava, Green Supply Chain Issues and Practices in India, IIML WPS 2013-14/08, Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow.
2. Saurabh Chandra, Samir K Srivastava and Rajiv K. Srivastava, Outbound Logistics Management Practices in the Indian Automotive Industry, IIML WPS 2012-13/06, Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow.
3. Samir K Srivastava, eRA: Reactions and tactics of suppliers and their countermeasures, IIML WPS 2009-10/06, Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow.

Conference Presentations/ Publications:

1. Sandeep Singh and Samir K Srivastava, Review on Sustainability in Food Supply Chains: A Step towards Theory Building, accepted for presentation in the 19th Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management, Indian Institute of Management Kolkata, December 11-13, 2015.
2. Gourav Dwivedi, Rajiv K Srivastava and Samir K Srivastava, Additive Manufacturing: A Review from Sustainable Operations Perspective, accepted for presentation in the 19th Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management, Indian Institute of Management Kolkata, December 11-13, 2015.
3. Sandeep Singh and Samir K Srivastava, The Dynamics of Sugar Industry in Uttar Pradesh: A Systems Approach, presented in the 18th Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, December 12-14, 2014.
4. Gourav Dwivedi and Samir K Srivastava, Offshore Wind Energy Foresight Model using System Dynamics, presented in the 18th Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, December 12-14, 2014.
5. Mohita Gangwar and Samir K Srivastava, Bringing Resilience through Social Welfare Supply Chain: Clothing for Dignity – an Indian Humanitarian Relief Case study, presented in the 1st International Conference on Humanitarian Logistics, IIM Raipur, December, 2-3, 2013.
6. Sanjay Dhir, Amita Mital and Samir K Srivastava, Value Creation in Indian Bilateral CrossBorder Joint Ventures: A System Dynamics Approach, accepted for presentation in the Strategic Management Society Special Conference, Glasgow, June 20-22, 2013.
7. Atul Kumar Singh and Samir K Srivastava, Modeling Inventory Management Policies for e-Commerce Multi-brand Retail Portals, accepted for presentation in the 24th Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, Denver, Colorado, May 03-06, 2013.
8. Atanu Chaudhuri, Rajiv K. Srivastava and Samir K Srivastava, Operations Management in the perishable food products industry: Insights from literature review and Indian and UK industries, presented at the 16th Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, December 21-23, 2012. (WON BEST PAPER AWARD)
9. Abhilasha Singh and Samir K Srivastava, Impact of green supply chain management practices on business performance: A theoretical framework, accepted for presentation at the 16th Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, December 21-23, 2012.
10. Atanu Chaudhuri, Rajiv K. Srivastava and Samir K Srivastava, Managing Operations in the Perishable Food Products Industry: Literature Review and Future Research Directions, presented at the Capturing Value in International Manufacturing and Supply Networks Symposium, Moller Centre, Cambridge, UK, 20-21 September, 2012.
11. Rohit D and Samir K Srivastava, A Green Index for Indian Supply Chains, accepted for presentation in the 23rd Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, Chicago, April 20 – 23, 2012.
12. Sanjay Dhir, Amita Mital and Samir K Srivastava, Dynamics of Value Creation in Indian Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures: A Systems Approach, presented and full paper published in the proceedings of the International Simulation Conference of India, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, February 2-4, 2012.
13. Ashutosh Singh Chandel and Samir K Srivastava, Using SCRM framework for Application of Value at Risk methodology for manufacturing firms, accepted for presentation in the 22nd Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, Nevada, April 29 – May 2, 2011.
14. Avishek Ray and Samir K Srivastava, Benchmarking Indian Insurance Companies for Health Check, accepted for presentation in the 22nd Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, Nevada, April 29 – May 2, 2011.
15. Sahil Bansal and Samir K Srivastava, Measuring and Comparing Volume Flexibility across Indian Industries using Financial Statement Analysis, accepted for presentation in the 22nd Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, Nevada, April 29 – May 2, 2011.
16. Shalin Gupta and Samir K Srivastava, Reverse Logistics for end-of-life vehicles in India, accepted for presentation in the 22nd Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, Nevada, April 29 – May 2, 2011.
17. Samir K Srivastava, A Multi-dimensional Framework for Vertical Integration Decisions, accepted for presentation in the 21st Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, May 7-10, 2010.
18. Samir K Srivastava, Towards Improving the Factory Warehouse Systemic Efficiency, presented and abstract published in the proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, December 20-22, 2009.
19. Samir K Srivastava, Improving the Warehouse Management in the Indian Scenario, presented and abstract published in the proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, December 20-22, 2009.
20. Samir K Srivastava and Deepak Jain, An Industrial Application of Modified Clarke & Wright Algorithm, accepted for presentation in the Oxford Business and Economics Conference, Oxford, England, June 24-26, 2009.
21. Rakesh Kumar and Samir K Srivastava, Institutionalizing the Sales & Operations Planning Process, presented and abstract published in the proceedings of the 12th Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, December 19-21, 2008.
22. Samir K Srivastava, Project Scheduling and Monitoring in Indian Government Departments: Findings and Implications from Case Studies, accepted for presentation in the 19th Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, La Jolla, California, USA, May 9- 12, 2008.
23. Rakesh Kumar and Samir K Srivastava, Towards Improving Sales & Operations Planning Process, paper published in the proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, La Jolla, California, USA, May 9-12, 2008.
24. Samir K Srivastava, Reverse Auctions: Findings and Implications from Indian Case Studies, accepted for presentation in the 19th Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, La Jolla, California, USA, May 9-12, 2008.
25. Rakesh Kumar and Samir K Srivastava, A Framework for Improving Sales & Operations Planning Process, abstract published in the proceedings of the 11th Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management, Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management, Nasik, December 21–23, 2007.
26. Samir K Srivastava, Reverse Auctions: Indian Experience, abstract published in the proceedings of the 11th Annual International Conference of the Society of Operations Management, Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management, Nasik, December 21–23, 2007.
27. Arif K Khan, Samir K Srivastava and B. Bakkappa, Supply Chain Agility and Organizational Performance in Indian Manufacturing Companies, presented and abstract published in the proceedings of the 10th Society of Operations Management Conference, IIM Ahmedabad, December 21-23, 2006.
28. George Thomas and Samir K Srivastava, Survey about Delivering Quality Electricity in India: Some Initial Findings, presented and abstract published in the proceedings of the 10th Society of Operations Management Conference, IIM Ahmedabad, December, 2006.
29. Samir K Srivastava, Logistics and Supply Chain Management Practices in India, full paper published in the proceedings of the 6th Global Conference on Business & Economics, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A., October 15-17, 2006.
30. Samir K Srivastava, Comparative Analysis of SCM Practices of a Few Select Firms in India, full paper published in the proceedings of the 4th World Conference on POM, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., April 28 – May 1, 2006.
31. Samir K Srivastava, Cost of Quality: A foray into supply chain upstream, full paper published in the proceedings of the 4th World Conference on POM, Boston, U.S.A., April-May, 2006.
32. Samir K Srivastava, Snapshot View of SCM Practices of a Few Select Firms in North India: Revelations and Scope for Improvements, presented and abstract published in the proceedings of the 9th Society of Operations Management Conference, School of Management, Pondicherry University, December 16-18, 2005.
33. Akant Madan and Samir K Srivastava, Estimating Cost of Quality across the Supply Chain: A Case Study, presented and abstract published in the proceedings of the 9th Society of Operations Management Conference, School of Management, Pondicherry University, December 16-18, 2005.
34. Samir K Srivastava and Rajiv K. Srivastava, A Framework for Decisions involved in Reverse Logistics Network Design, presented and abstract published in the proceedings of the 8th Society of Operations Management International Conference, NITIE, Mumbai, December 17-20, 2004.
35. Samir K Srivastava and Nikhil Agarwal, Application of RFID in Indian Retail Chains: An Exploratory Study, presented and abstract published in the proceedings of the 8th Society of Operations Management Conference, NITIE, Mumbai, December 17-20, 2004.
36. Samir K Srivastava and R. K. Srivastava, Profit Driven Reverse Logistics, presented and full paper published in the proceedings of the 3rd Global Conference on Business and Economics Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 9-11, 2004. (WON McGraw HILL BEST PAPER AWARD).
37. Samir K Srivastava and Rajiv K. Srivastava, Exploring Synergy between Economic Development and the Environment through Reverse Logistics, published in proceedings of the 2nd World Conference on POM, Cancun, Mexico, April 30-May 3, 2004.
38. Samir K Srivastava and Pallavi Srivastava, Performance Enhancement through Continuous Improvement, full paper published in proceedings of the 2nd World Conference on POM, Cancun, Mexico, April 30-May 3, 2004.
39. Samir K Srivastava and Rajiv K. Srivastava, A Hierarchical Model for Profit-driven Reverse Logistics Network Design, full paper published in proceedings of the 2nd World Conference on POM, Cancun, Mexico, April 30-May 3, 2004.
40. Samir K Srivastava and Rajiv K. Srivastava, Issues and Challenges in Reverse Logistics, accepted for presentation at the International Business Conference, Society for Advancement of Management, Baltimore, USA, March 2004.
41. Samir K Srivastava and R.K. Srivastava, An Integrated Modeling Approach to Reverse Logistics Network Design, presented and published in proceedings of the 7th Annual Society of Operations Management Conference, IIM Indore, December, 2003. (WON BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD)
42. Samir K Srivastava and Pallavi Srivastava, Successful TPM implementation in a continuous process firm in India: A Case Study”, accepted for presentation at the 4th International Conference on Management Sciences, Istanbul, Turkey, March 2003.
43. Samir K Srivastava and Rajiv K. Srivastava, Are the Indian Firms Ready for Green Supply Chain Management?, presented and abstract published in proceedings of the 6th Society of Operations Management Conference, IIM Kozhikode, December, 2002.
44. Samir K Srivastava and Rajiv K. Srivastava, A state-of-the-art Literature Review of Green Supply Chain Management, presented and abstract published in proceedings of the 6th Society of Operations Management Conference, IIM Kozhikode, December, 2002.
45. Rahul Pandey, Rajiv K. Srivastava and Samir K Srivastava, Operations Management Practices in Technopreneur Owned Small Firms: An Exploratory Study, presented and abstract published in proceedings of the 5th Society of Operations Management Conference, SP Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai, December, 2001.

Awards and Recognitions:

1. Winner of the Prof. Manubhai M. Shah Memorial Award for Excellence in Commerce and Business Management (MMSMA) 2015.
2. Highly commended runner-up of the Emerald/IAM Indian Management Research Fund Award 2015 for the proposal, “Promoting Competition in Public Procurement: Finding right configurations for India”.
3. Best Paper Award at the 16th Society of Operations Management International Conference, IIT Delhi, December 2012.
4. Name appears in the List of the Top 5% Productive Researchers in Management Schools of India in “Research Productivity in Management Schools of India: A Directional Benefit-of-Doubt Model Analysis”, a 2015 white paper by Biresh K. Sahoo, Ramadhar Singh, Bineet Mishra and Krithiga Sankaran.
5. (Ranked 5th in the List of the top Indian academics in terms of logistics/SCM research output in a 2012 research paper supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) titled, “Analysis of the Logistics Research in India”.
6. McGraw Hill Publishing Best Paper Award at the 3rd Global Conference on Business and Economics, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 2004.
7. Best Student Paper Award at the7th Annual Society of Operations Management International Conference, IIM Indore, December 2003.

Mohita G. Sharma- Professor (QT & OM) & Area Chair, FORE School of Management, New Delhi
, Operations Management
Publications:

1. Sharma, Mohita G. and Sharma, Sachinder M., “Risks, Determinants and Perspective for creating a Railway Biodiesel supply chain: Case study of India,” Journal of Cleaner Production , Vol.133, pp 182-187. (Elsevier Publishing) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.05.005 available online from 05.05.2016. (B-Category in ABDC)
2. Sharma, Mohita G. and Srivastava Samir K. (2015), “Leveraging the Social Welfare Chain to provide Resilience during Disaster,” International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, (Taylor and Francis) (B-Category in ABDC); DOI:10.1080/13675567.2015.1090963
3. Sharma, Mohita G. and Sharma, Sachinder M. (2014), “Evaluating choice of traction option for a sustainable Indian Railways,” Transportation Research Part-D, vol. 33, pp. 135-145. (A-Category in ABDC)
4. Sharma, Mohita G. and Singh, Kashi N. (2014), “Managing Spares Inventory Through Life Time Value Assessment,” Operations and Supply Chain Management, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 121-129. (C-Category in ABDC)
5. Sharma, Mohita G. and Singh, Kashi N. (), “A real options approach to Spares Management,” Udyog Pragati-Journal of NITIE, vol. 34 (4), pp 1-9.
6. Sharma, Mohita G. and Singh, Kashi N. (2010), “A Binomial approach to Spares Management,” PRODUCTIVITY – Journal of NPC.
7. Gangwar, Mohita and Kumar, G., “Priortizing Quality of Product and Service Dimensions with respect to Product Service System in Public Transport Sector,” Quality Management Journal (B-Category in ABDC) of American Society for Quality-ASQ in October 2016 issue.
8. Sharma, Mohita G. Sharma, Sachinder M., Debnath, Roma M., Olorontoba R., “Performance Measurement for Indian Railways,” International Journal of Logistics Management (A-Category in ABDC)
9. Sharma , Mohita G. and Kumar, G., “Priortizing Quality of Product and Service Dimensions with respect to Product Service System in Public Transport Sector,” Quality Management Journal Vol. 23 (4) (B-Category in ABDC) of American Society for Quality-ASQ.
10. Sharma, Mohita G. , Debnath, Roma M., Olorontoba R., Sharma, Sachinder M., “Performance Measurement for Indian Railways,” International Journal of Logistics Management Vol. 27(3)(A-Category in ABDC)
11. Sharma, Mohita G. and Sharma, Sachinder M., “Risks, Determinants and Perspective for creating a Railway Biodiesel supply chain: Case study of India,” Journal of Cleaner Production , Vol.133, pp 182-187. (Elsevier Publishing) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.05.005 available online from 05.05.2016. (B-Category in ABDC)
12. Sharma, Mohita G. and Srivastava Samir K. (2015), “Leveraging the Social Welfare Chain to provide Resilience during Disaster,” International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, (Taylor and Francis) (B-Category in ABDC); DOI:10.1080/13675567.2015.1090963
13. Sharma, Mohita G. and Sharma, Sachinder M. (2014), “Evaluating choice of traction option for a sustainable Indian Railways,” Transportation Research Part-D, vol. 33, pp. 135-145. (A-Category in ABDC)
14. Sharma, Mohita G. and Singh, Kashi N. (2014), “Managing Spares Inventory Through Life Time Value Assessment,” Operations and Supply Chain Management, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 121-129. (C-Category in ABDC)
15. Sharma, Mohita G. and Singh, Kashi N. (), “A real options approach to Spares Management,” Udyog Pragati-Journal of NITIE, vol. 34 (4), pp 1-9.
16. Sharma, Mohita G. and Singh, Kashi N. (2010), “A Binomial approach to Spares Management,” PRODUCTIVITY – Journal of NPC.

Paper Accepted Under Publication:

1. Sharma, Mohita G. and Singh, Kashi N., “Modelling Coopetition in Aircraft Spare Part Supply Chain: Game-theoretic approach ,” International Journal of Procurement Management. (C-Category in ABDC)

Cases Published:

1. Green Dust : Smart Alternatives by Revolutionizing Returns (Richard Ivey Publishing) by Mohita Gangwar, J. K. Das and K.N.Singh. (2016).
2. Adani Agri Logistics Limited:Blocking the Grain Drain (Richard Ivey Publishing) by Mohita Gangwar, K.N.Singh, Sachinder Mohan Sharma,Puneet Mehndiratta.
3. DFC Dedicated Freight Corridor: Designated for Change ,Case Centre ,UK.

Working Papers:

1. Sharma, Mohita G. “Insights into the Logistics Scene of China.” FORE Working Paper Series.
2. Sharma, Mohita G. “Managing Quality Dimensions in ‘Servitised’ Business.” FORE Working Paper Series.

Book Chapters:

1. Cases contributed in “Operations Management “: Heizer 13th Edition;Pearson Publication 2015
2. Paper titled “Operations Acumen from Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” by Mohita G.Sharma , published in the book titled “ China Experience: Business, Culture, Infrastructure and Economy” by Bloomsbury Publication.
3. Paper titled “Comparison of Public Transport Service Quality: Malaysia and India” by Mohita G.Sharma , published in the book titled “ Malaysia: Challenges and Perspectives” by Bloomsbury Publication.

Articles in Magazines:

1. Sharma Mohita and Sachinder M Sharma, “Managing Service Quality in Indian Railways”, Quality Council of India February 2015.

Awards and Recognitions:

1. Awarded the Chevening Rolls-Royce Science and Innovation Fellowship 2016. http://www.chevening.org/fellows/crisp-fellows.
2. National Education Leadership Award: Best Teacher In Operations Management Dainik Bhasker October 2013.
3. Awarded the BEST PAPER AWARD at the Doctoral Consortium at “Thirteenth Society of Operations Management” Conference held at IIT Madras between 20-22 December 2009 for the paper titled “Option valuation of Spares”.

Piyush Raj- Head, Maritime Advisory India, DNV GL Shipbuilding, Operations Management Publications:

1. Analytical and heuristic approaches for solving the spatial scheduling problem P Raj, RK Srivastava – 2007 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
2. Chemibulk Carriers: An Integrative Maritime Logistics Approach to Increase Flexibility and Profitability S Chandra, P Raj, RK Srivastava
3. Integrating Coal Supply Chain Using Suitable Transshipment Options in East Kalimantan- IBC Asia’s Floating Terminals Conference 2012-Singapore
4. Setting Up Production Facilities For A Greenfield Shipyard- Rajiv K. Srivastava Piyush Raj, SOM 2008
5. Solving spatial scheduling problem: an analytical approach-P Raj, RK Srivastava – Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering
6. Throughput Improvement in Long-Cycle Product Environment [Abstract Code-005-0075]-P Raj, RK Srivastava

Debashish Jena- Assistant Professor (OM Area), Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology
Batch: 2006-2007, Area: OM , Operations Management
Conferences papers:

1. “A real-world MBA course timetabling application using Excel VBA” at the XIX Annual Conference of Society of Operations Management, held at IIM, Calcutta, India, Dec 2015
2. “Multi-stage hybrid re-entrant flow shop planning with application to aluminum rolled product”, (with Srivastava R. K.) .at the 21st POMS Annual Conference, Vancouver, 2010.
3. “Process Improvement in Precision Component Manufacturing: A Case Based Approach” (with Srivastava R. K.) Proceedings of the International Multi Conference of Engineers and Computer Scientists, Vol- II, March 16-18, 2011, Hong Kong
4. “A Constraint Programming Approach to a Re-entrant Line problem with time lags and partial resource flexibility” (with Srivastava R. K.) at the XIV Annual Conference of Society of Operations Management, held at NITIE, Mumbai, India, Dec 2010
5. “General Precedence based continuous time planning model for Aluminum rolled product manufacturing” (with Srivastava R. K.), at the XIII Annual Conference of Society of Operations Management, held at IIT, Madras, India, 2009
6. “Tactical insights from Joint Crew allocation and Oven scheduling: A case study” (with Srivastava R. K.), at the XII Annual Conference of Society of Operations Management, held at IIT , Kanpur, India, 2008

Working Papers:

1. A case of Inventory planning and simulation at a Diagnostic Laboratory.
2. Crew planning and allocation at a Malt Food Processing Plant.
3. Insights from multistage planning at real-world Aluminum Rolling Plant.

Kedar Pandurang Joshi- Associate Professor, T.A.Pai Management institute, Manipal, Operations Management Publications:

1. Joshi, Kedar. Singh, K. N. Kumar, Sushil. (2012). Selecting suppliers using improved DEMATEL in Build-to-Order supply chain, International Journal of Informational Systems for Logistics and Management, Volume 7, No. 2, pp. 43-52.
2. Joshi, Kedar. Singh, K. N. and Kumar, Sushil., (2012) Two-sided supplier-manufacturer selection in BTO Supply chain, Journal of Modeling in Management, Volume 7 No. 3., pp. 257-273.
3. Joshi, Kedar and Kumar, Sushil, (2012) Matchmaking using Fuzzy Analytical Hierarchy Process, Compatibility Measure and Stable Matching for Online Matrimony in India. Journal of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis, Volume 19, No.1-2, pp. 57-66. doi: 10.1002/mcda.487.
4. Joshi, Kedar and Kumar, Sushil. (2011)Decision-making trial and evaluation laboratory – a tool for cognition mapping. Udyog Pragati, Volume 35, No. 3, pp. 44-53.

Conferences and Workshops:

1. Joshi, Kedar. Singh, K. N. and Kumar, Sushil. (2012). Prioritizing criteria for supplier evaluation using integrated DANP in Build-To-Order supply chain. XVI Annual International Conference of Society of Operations Management, December 21-23, 2012, IIT Delhi, India.
2. Joshi, Kedar. Singh, K. N. and Kumar, Sushil. (2011). Generating impact relations map for supplier selection criteria in Build-to-Order supply chain. XV Annual International Conference of Society of Operations Management, December 16-17, 2011, IIM Calcutta, India.
3. Joshi, Kedar. Singh, K. N. and Kumar, Sushil. (2011). An integrated approach for supplier selection in MTS and BTO SCM. International conference on Advances in Supply Chain and Manufacturing Management, IIT Kharagpur, India, December 16-18, 2011.
4. Joshi, Kedar. Singh, K. N. and Kumar, Sushil. (2011). Evaluating Criteria for Selection of Suppliers in Build-to-Order Supply Chain. Eighth International Symposium on Management Engineering Taipei, Taiwan, August 22-25, 2011. (ISSN 1882-8736).
5. Joshi Kedar and Pujari Sambhaji, (2005). Parameter Optimization of Steam Bluing Process in Electrical Steels by Taguchi Method. International Conference on ICMPM, Bannari Amman institute of technology, Satyamangalam, Tamilnadu.
6. Joshi Kedar. Pujari Sambhaji (2005). Computer aided process planning for prismatic components in Press tools. National Conference on Contemporary Approaches in Design and Manufacturing, ACCET, Karaikkudi, Tamilnadu.
7. Joshi Kedar. Ambad Prashant. (2004). Mechatronics towards Micro-Mechatronics. National Conference on Emerging Trends in Mechatronics, MIT, Aurangabad, Maharashtra.

Saurabh Chandra- Assistant Professor at IIM Indore , Operations Management Publications:

1. Chandra, S., Christiansen, M., & Fagerholt, K. (2016). Combined Fleet Deployment and Inventory Management in roll- on/roll-off shipping. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review (Forthcoming).

2. Chandra, S., Ghosh, D., & Srivastava, S.K. (2016). Outbound logistics management practices in the automotive industry: an emerging economy perspective. Decision, pp.1-21.

3. Chandra, S., Fagerholt, K., & Christiansen, M. (2015). Maritime Fleet Deployment in ro-ro Shipping under Inventory Constraints. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 189, 362-375.

4. Chandra, S., Srivastava R., & Agarwal Y. (2013). Multi-product maritime inventory routing with optional cargoes: an application to outbound automotive logistics, Journal of Advances in Management Research. 10 (2), 206-229.

Publications in Conference Proceedings:

1. Chandra, S., Srivastava, R., & Agarwal Y. (2012). A combined planning approach to maritime inventory routing problem with optional cargoes. Paper published in the proceedings of the XVIth Annual Conference of the Society of Operations Management, held at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India from Dec. 21-23.

2. Chandra, S., Srivastava, R., & Agarwal Y. (2011). Maritime inventory routing problem with spot cargoes: A Hybrid Constraint programming and Mathematical programming based solution approach. Paper published in the proceedings of XVth Annual Conference of the Society of Operations Management, held at Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, India from Dec. 16-18.

3. Chandra, S. & Srivastava, R. (2009). Chemibulk Carriers; an Integrated Maritime Logistics approach to increase Flexibility and Profitability. Paper published in the proceedings of the XIIIth Annual Conference of the Society of Operations Management, held at Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India from Dec. 20-22.

Refereed Conference Presentations:

1. Chandra, S., Srivastava, R., & Agarwal Y. (2012). Multi-commodity inventory maritime routing problem with spot cargoes: An application to outbound maritime automotive logistics. Paper accepted amongst 20 scholars worldwide for the EURO summer institute on maritime logistics, Bremen, Germany.

2. Chandra, S., Srivastava, R., & Agarwal Y. (2011). Maritime Routing Problem with Spot cargoes: Automotive Maritime Logistics application. Paper presented at the 19th Triennial conference of International Federation of Operations Research Societies (IFORS), held at Melbourne convention Centre, Melbourne, Australia from July 11-14.

Other Publications:

Srivastava, S & Chandra, S. (2013). A roadmap for internal reforms and other actions required to enhance exports in logistics services from India. Concept paper published in the compendium of Services Conclave, Nov. 12-13, 2013, organized by SEPC under Min. of Commerce & Industry India. (Download Paper)

Vijaya Dixit, Assistant Professor, National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai
, Operations Management
Publications:

International Journal:

1. Dixit V., Srivastava R.K, Chaudhuri A. 2013. Procurement scheduling for complex projects with fuzzy activity durations and lead times. Computers & Industrial Engineering.

National Journal:

1. Dixit, V., Srivastava K, R., & Chaudhuri, A. (2014). Project network-oriented materials management policy for complex projects: a Fuzzy Set Theoretic approach. International Journal of Production Research, (ahead-of-print), 1-17.
2. Dixit V., Srivastava R.K, & Chaudhuri A. (2014). Procurement scheduling for complex projects with fuzzy activity durations and lead times. Computers and Industrial Engineering, 76, 401-414.
3. Choudhary A, Suman R., Dixit V.,Tiwari M.K., Fernandes K.J., & Chang Pei-Chann (2014). An optimization model for a monopolistic firm serving an environmentally conscious market: Use of chemical reaction optimization algorithm. International Journal of Production Economics. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpe.2014.10.011.
4. Dixit V., Srivastava R.K, Chaudhuri A. 2013. Integrating materials management with project management of complex projects, Journal of Advances in Management Research, 10(2).
5. Dixit, V., Srivastava, R.K. 2010. Product oriented materials procurement scheduling for complex modular products, Indore Management Journal, 129-146, 3(2).

International Conference Proceedings:

1. Dixit, V., John, J., Srivastava, R.K. Technological innovations and best practices in shipbuilding: Competitively positioning Indian shipyards in the global context. Published in proceedings of International Conference on Ship and Offshore Technology organized by The Royal Institution of Naval Architects, 8-9 December 2011, 163-171.

National Conference Proceedings:

1. Dixit, V., Srivastava, R.K., Chaudhuri, A. Integrating materials management of large projects with project management. Published in proceedings of 2nd PMI India Research & Academic Conference 2013 conducted by Project Management Institute India Organization Centre Private Limited, 31 January to 2 February 2013.
2. John, J., Dixit, V., Srivastava, R.K. Indian shipbuilding in the global context: an empirical study on current state of industry and exploring scope for improvement. Published in proceedings of National Seminar, COMARSEM 2011 by Institute of Marine Engineers India, 18-19 November 2011.

International Conference Acceptances:

1. Dixit, V., Srivastava, R.K., Chaudhuri A. Leveraging mangers’ tacit knowledge for quantifying criticality of materials in complex projects using fuzzy set theory abstract accepted for presentation in Twenty Fourth Annual Production and Operations Management Conference to be held at Denver, May 3-6, 2013.
2. Dixit, V., Srivastava, R.K., Chaudhuri A. Procurement scheduling for complex projects with fuzz requirement dates and lead times of items” accepted for presentation in Twenty Fourth Annual Production and Operations Management Conference to be held at Denver, May 3-6, 2013.
3. Dixit, V., Srivastava, R.K., Chaudhuri A. Optimizing order dates of items for complex projects with fuzzy requirement dates and lead times accepted for publication at the IFAC conference on Manufacturing Modeling for Management and Control to be held at St Petersburg, June 19-21, 2013.

Doctoral Consortium:

1. Dixit, V., Srivastava, R.K., Chaudhuri, A. Materials management based on criticality of items: A Fuzzy logic approach. Presented in doctoral consortium of Society of Operations Management Conference, 21-23 December 2012
2. Dixit, V., Chaudhuri, A., Srivastava, R.K. Value of customer involvement in make to order scenario: An Empirical Research Framework for Shipbuilding Industry. Paper presented in the EUROMA doctoral consortium of 4th Production and Operations Management Society World Conference held at University of Amsterdam, Netherlands,1- 5 July, 2012.
3. Dixit, V., Chaudhuri, A., Srivastava, R.K. Value of customer involvement in make to order scenario. Paper presented in doctoral consortium of Society of Operations Management Conference, 16-18 December 2011.
4. Dixit, V., Srivastava, R.K. Product oriented materials procurement scheduling for complex modularproducts. Paper presented in doctoral consortium of Society of Operations Management Conference, 17-19 December 2010.

Joshin John- Assistant Professor at Rajagiri Business School, Kochi / Maritime Consultant, Operations Management Publications:

1. John J., & Kumar S. (2016), “A Locational Decision Making Framework for Shipbreaking under Multiple Criteria”, International Journal of Strategic Decision Sciences.
2. John J., Simon K. A., & Srivastava R. K. (2015), “The Curious Case of Multimodal Transportation in India”, Marine Engineers Review (India), 9(12): 27-33.
3. John J., Kumar S., Singh K. N., & Srivastava R. K. (2013), “Reverse supply chain of Large Built to Order Product Industries: A Case of Ship Breaking”, Udyog Pragati, 37(4): 24-31
4. John J., Kumar S., Singh K. N., & Srivastava R. K. (2013), “Sustainable Operations in Reverse Supply Chain of Shipbuilding Business: Benefits of Green Practices”, Independent Journal of Management and Production, 4(2): 563-583, ISSN: 2236-269X, DOI: 10.14807/ijmp.v4i2.110.

Yash Daultani- Assistant Professor, IMI Kolkata , Operations Management Publications:

1. “A supply chain network equilibrium model for operational and opportunism risk mitigation” in International Journal of Production Research, Taylor & Francis, vol. 53, no. 18 (2015): 5685-5715.
2. “Rule based optimization for a bulk material handling port operations” in Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, Springer (accepted for publication).
3. “A synchronized strategy to minimize vehicle dispatching time: a real example of steel industry” in Advances in Manufacturing, Springer, vol. 2, no. 4 (2014): 333-343.
4. “Improving outpatient department services in a non-profit hospital” in Industrial Engineering Journal, Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering (IIIE), vol. 7, no. 4 (2014): 15-19.
5. “Improving outpatient flow at an Indian ophthalmic hospital” in Operations and Supply Chain Management, vol. 9, no. 1, (2016): 15-21.
“A decade of lean in healthcare: Current state and future directions” in Global Business Review, Sage, vol. 16, no. 6 (2015): 1082-1099.Chapters in a Book:

“Managing risks in a multi-tier supply chain”, in Manufacturing Excellence: Imperative for Emerging Economies (pp. 196-202). Edited book published of selected papers presented in NITIE – POMS International Conference, held at NITIE Mumbai, India during December 18-21, 2014. ISBN: 978-93-84869-01-4.

Peer Reviewed Conferences (full paper):

1. “Managing risk in supply networks: a conceptual investigation”, in 6th International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM), held at Bali, Indonesia during December 10-12, 2014.
2. “Designing an integrated food supply chain with cross-docking: a social network approach”, in 6th International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM), held at Bali, Indonesia during December 10-12, 2014.
3. “Productivity improvements in healthcare sector”, in 54th National Convention of Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering & International Conference, held at Bangalore, India during October 29-31, 2012.

Peer Reviewed Conferences (Papers Presented):

1. “Supply chain network design under risk”, in 18th Annual International Conference of Society of Operations Management (SOM), held at IIT Roorkee, India during December 12-14, 2014.
2. “Patient flow modeling in an Indian eye care hospital”, in 7th ISDSI & 5th OSCM International Conference, held at IMI Delhi, India during December 28-30, 2013.
3. “Application of lean principles in healthcare: opportunities and challenges for Indian hospitals”, in 16th Annual International Conference of Society of Operations Management (SOM), held at IIT Delhi, India during December 21 – 23, 2012.
4. “E-healthcare services in India: an emerging concept”, in 16th Annual International Conference of Society of Operations Management (SOM), held at IIT Delhi, India during December 21 – 23, 2012.

Amita Mital, Professor, IIM Lucknow , Strategic Management Publications:

1. Shukla, D. M. and Mital, Amita (2016). Effect of firm’s diverse experiences on its alliance portfolio diversity: Evidence from India, Journal of Management and Organization, Vol. 22, No. 6, 1-25.
2. Aniruddha and Mital, A. (2016). Role of Dynamic Capabilities in Innovation Output of High-Technology Firms, Strategic Change: Briefings in Entrepreneurial Finance, Vol 25, No. 4, 401-425.
3. Dhir, S., Mital, A. and Chaurasia, S. (2014). Balanced Scorecard on Top Performing Indian Firms, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol 9, No.1, 89-100
4. Dhir, S., Mital, A. and Aniruddha (2014). Alliance Network Heterogeneity, Absorptive Capacity and Innovation Performance: A Framework for Mediation and Moderation Effects, International Journal of Strategic Business Alliances, Vol 3, Issue 2/3, 168-178.
5. Dhir, S., Mital, A. and Srivastava S. (2013). Dynamics of Value Creation in Indian Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures: A Systems Approach, Strategic Change: Briefings in Entrepreneurial Finance, Vol. 22, 471-483.
6. Dhir, S. & Mital, A. (2013). Value Creation in Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures: Evidence From India, Strategic Change: Briefings in Entrepreneurial Finance, Vol. 22, 307-326.
7. Dhir, S. & Mital, A. (2013). Asymmetric Motives In Indian Bilateral Cross-Border Joint ventures with G7 Nations : Impact of Relative Partner Characteristics and Initial Conditions, International Journal of Strategic Business Alliances, Vol. 3, No. 1, 69-92.
8. Dhir, S. & Mital, A. (2012). Decision Making For Mergers and Acquisitions: The Role of Agency Issues and Behavioural Biases, Strategic Change: Briefings in Entrepreneurial Finance, Vol. 21, 59-69.

Case Studies with Teaching Notes:

1. Mital, Amita & Vig, Shrey (2016). Dilli Haat – Reviving the Lost Glory, Ivey Publishing (In Print).
2. Dhir, Sanjay, Mital, Amita & Mohanty, Sanjoy (2013). Educomp- Shaping Education in the New Millennium, Ivey Publishing, Case Reference No. 9B13M073 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 8B13M073
3. Mital, Amita (2012). Teaming up for ‘Nano’ Tractors, IIML Case Series 2012/1
4. Mital, Amita (2012). Piramal Glass – Moving Up the Glass Value Chain in Cases in Strategic Management Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4)
5. Mital, Amita (2012). Rebuilding the House of BILT in Cases in Strategic Management Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4)
6. Mital, Amita (2012). Cyber Media – The Way Ahead in Cases in Strategic Management Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4)
7. Mital, Amita (2012). Forging Ties For Global Expansion in Cases in Strategic Management Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4)
8. Mital, Amita (2012). Reinventing Biocon in Cases in Strategic Management Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4)
9. Mital, Amita (2012). Melodies of Hindusthan Musical products-Inreco in Cases in Strategic Management Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4)
10. Mital, Amita (2012). Pidilite- Bonding Innovation with Success in Cases in Strategic Management Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4)
11. Mital, Amita (2012). Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010-Challenges of Implementation in Cases in Strategic Management Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4)
12. Mital, Amita (2012.) Karuturi – From Bed of Roses to Bowl of Rice in Cases in Strategic Management Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4)
13. Mital, Amita (2012). Banking on Conquering New Heights in Cases in Strategic Management Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4)
14. Mital, Amita (2012). Rajesh Exports – Leading a Gold Revolution in Cases in Strategic Management Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4)
15. Mital, Amita (2012). What’s Brewing Between Tata and Starbucks in Cases in Strategic Management Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4)
16. Mital, Amita (2009). ‘Karak’ was the best, but ‘Shera’ will be better IIML Case Series No. 2009-10/03
17. Mital, Amita (2008). Nanhi Kali – Will it Bloom in Strategic Management – Formulation, Implementation and Control, John A. Pearce II, Richard Robinson Jr. and Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill (ISBN 0-07-026438-4)
18. Mital, Amita (2008). On the Fast Track with Fast Food in Strategic Management – Formulation, Implementation and Control, John A. Pearce II, Richard Robinson Jr. and Amita Mital, Tata McGraw Hill (ISBN 0-07-026438-4)
19. Mital, Amita (2008). Archies Vs Vintage: Are We In The Business Of Greetings, European Case Clearing House, Case Reference No. 311-122-1 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 311-122-8.
20. Mital, Amita (2008). Gitanjali a Gem in India’s Crown, European Case Clearing House Case Reference No. 311-123-1 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 311-123-8.
21. Mital, Amita (2008). Delhi Land & Finance: Strategy Or Serendipity, European Case Clearing House, Case Reference No. 311-124-1 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 311-1242-8.
22. Mital, Amita (2008). Gati Ltd: At The Threshold Of A Big Leap, European Case Clearing House, Case Reference No. 311-125-1 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 311-125-8.
23. Mital, Amita (2008). Tech Mahindra Ltd, European Case Clearing House, Case Reference No. 311-126-1 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 311-126-8.
24. Mital, Amita (2008). CyberMedia: The Leadership Quest, European Case Clearing House Case Reference No. 311-127-1 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 311-127-8.
25. Mital, Amita (2008). Suzlon Energy Limited: Riding On The Wind, European Case Clearing House, Case Reference No. 311-128-1 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 311-128-8.
26. Mital, Amita (2008). Rewrite Rules At Pantaloon, European Case Clearing House Case Reference No. 311-129-1 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 311-129-8.
27. Mital, Amita (2008). Bata India Limited: Repositioned Or Still Foot Weary, European Case Clearing House, Case Reference No. 311-130-1 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 311-130-8.
28. Mital, Amita (2008). United Breweries Ltd, European Case Clearing House Case Reference No. 311-131-1 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 311-131-8.
29. Mital, Amita (2008). ONGC: Towards A Brighter Tomorrow, European Case Clearing House Case Reference No. 311-132-1 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 311-132-8.
30. Mital, Amita (2008). Whirlpool Of India: White Goods Splashed in Red, European Case Clearing House, Case Reference No. 311-133-1 accompanied with Teaching Note No. 311-122-8.
31. Mital, Amita (2007). Hindustan Aeronautics Limited – Ready for Take-off, IIML Case Series No. 2007-03
32. Mital, Amita (2007). TVS Motor Company, IIML Case Series 2007.

Books:

1. Mital, Amita (2012). Cases in Strategic Management- Volume II, (ISBN: 13:978-1-25-900511-4), McGraw Hill
2. Pearce John, Robinson Richard and Mital Amita (2012). Strategic Management – Formulation, Implementation and Control, Twelfth IE Edition (ISBN 13:978-1-25-900164-2), McGraw Hill
3. Pearce John, Robinson Richard and Mital Amita (2008). Strategic Management – Formulation, Implementation and Control, Tenth IE Edition (ISBN 0-07-026438-4), McGraw Hill
4. Mital, Amita (2007). Cases in Strategic Management, (ISBN 13:978-0-07-066027-4), McGraw Hill

Book Chapters:

1. Mital, Amita (2012). Emerging Patterns in Financial and Technical Collaborations in India – A study of Consultancy, Management and Business Services Sectors in Singh, Shailendra, Global Competition and Competitiveness of Indian Corporates, Macmillan (ISBN : 978-935-059-074-4)
2. Mital, Amita (2009). Motives for Collaborative Arrangements : The Case of Cybermedia in Bhatt, P.R. and Kumar Krishna, Global Competition and Competitiveness of Indian Corporates : Measurement and Analysis, Macmillan (ISBN : 978-023-063-857-0)
3. Mital, Amita (2009). Corporate Rejuvenation – A study of India firms post economic reforms in People Management – Perspectives & Practices – ICFAI University Press, Hyderabad (ISBN-13: 978-813-140-767-7)

Conference Papers & Proceedings:

1. Shukla, D. M. and Mital, Amita (2016), Experiential Antecedents of Alliance Portfolio Diversity: Evidence From India, Proceedings of Academy of Management Anaheim, California.
2. Shukla, D. M. and Mital, Amita (2016), How does network configuration affect the relationship between interorganizational learning orientation and firm performance? Evidence from India, Proceedings of 2016 China India Insights Conference.
3. Dhir, S., Mital, A. & Srivastava, S (2012), Dynamics of Value Creation in Indian Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures: A Systems Approach, Proceedings of International Simulation Conference of India, IIT Mumbai.
4. Dhir, S. & Mital, A. (2012). Asymmetric Motives in Indian Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures (CBJVs) with G7 Nations: Impact of Relative Partner Characteristics and Initial CBJV Conditions. Southern Management Association Meeting, Florida.
5. Dhir, S., Aniruddha & Mital, A. (2012). Network Heterogeneity, Absorptive Capacity and Innovation Performance: A Study of Mediation and Moderation Effects, Proceedings of Strategic Management Society Conference, Singapore.
6. Aniruddha & Mital, A. (2012). Value Capture through Product and Process Innovations – A multi stage study using hybrid methodology in large scale Indian Enterprises, Proceedings of Strategic Management Society Conference, Singapore.
7. Mital, Amita (2005) Corporate Rejuvenation – – A study of Indian Firms Post Economic Reforms Paper presented at the International Business Research Conference, Athens, Greece.
8. Dhir, S. & Mital, A. (2012). Network Heterogeneity and Alliance Performance: An Empirical Analysis, Conference on Excellence in Research & Education, IIM Indore.
9. Dhir, S. & Mital, A. (2010). Dynamics of Strategic Alliances: A Conceptual Review, 13th Annual Convention, Strategic Management Forum, Noida.
10. Mital Amita (2008). Emerging Patterns in Financial and Technical Collaborations in India –A study of Consultancy, Management and Business Services Sectors – Presented at the 3rd Conference of Global competition and Competitiveness of Indian Corporates at IIM Lucknow.
11. Mital Amita (2007). Motives for Collaborative Arrangements: The Case of Cybermedia – Presented at the 2nd Conference of Global competition and competitiveness of Indian Corporates at IIM Kozhikode.
12. Mital Amita (2005). TVS Motor Company – A case of rejuvenation post economic reforms presented at 8th Conference of Strategic Management Forum, IIFM Bhopal
13. Mital Amita (2004). Successful Adaptation Of Indian Firms To Changing Business Environment Paper presented at 7th Conference of Strategic Management Forum, IIM Indore
14. Mital Amita (2004). Ballarpur Industries Limited- Adaptation to Post Liberalisation Era Paper presented at 7th Conference of Strategic Management Forum, IIM Indore.

Deepak Dhayanithy, Assistant Professor, IIM Kozhikode , Strategic Management Publications:

1. Dhayanithy D & Ashok DS. 2015 (in press). Attending classes in a premier management institution – content or convenience? An Action Research. Proceedings of 12th AIMS International Conference on Management, Kozhikode, India.
2. Dhayanithy D & Singh V. 2015. Accentuated loss aversion in PGA tournaments: does company matter. MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. Boston, MA. http://www.sloansportsconference.com/?p=16585
3. Dhayanithy D & Anderson B. 2013. Aspire Foundation – Charting a Social Bricoleur’s Growth. Ivey Publishing. https://www.iveycases.com/ProductView.aspx?id=58136.

Conferences, Seminars & Talks:

1. Dhayanithy D. & Singh V. 2015. Accentuated Loss Aversion in PGA Tournaments – Is there a Veteran-Rookie Divide? Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand (SAMAANZ) Conference, Hobart, Australia.
2. Dhayanithy D. & Ashok DS. 2015. Attending classes in a premier management institution – content or convenience? An Action Research. 12th AIMS International Conference on Management, Kozhikode, India.
3. Dhayanithy D. & Singh V. 2015. Accentuated Loss Aversion in PGA Tournaments – Does Company Matter? MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference (SSAC) 2015, Boston, US.Working Papers:
1. What drives performance – diversity, selectivity, experience or methodology? Deepak Dhayanithy (2013).
2. Patterns of PED [1] Test Sanctions in Professional Sports – Baseline and Implications for Research Deepak Dhayanithy (2013).
3. Aspire foundation- Charting a social bricoleurs growth Deepak Dhayanithy (2013).

Bibek Prasad Mishra- General Manager – Strategic Planning, GMR Group, Strategic Management Publications:

1. “A framework for classifying innovation: Substantiation through Indian cases” (co-authored by Prof. R. Srinivasan) was published in International Journal of Business Innovation and Research, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2008.
2. “Technology Innovations in Emerging Markets: An Analysis with Special Reference to Indian Economy” was published in South Asian Journal of Management, Vol. 14, No. 4,October-December, 2007.
3. “Why do firms merge/ acquire: An analysis of strategic intents in recent M&A activity amongst Indian firms” (co-authored by Prof. R. Srinivasan) was published in IIMB Management Review Vol. 19, No. 4, December, 2007.
4. “Evolution of management theory with reference to strategic management” was published in Vishleshak -The Analyst, Vol. 1, pp.57-65, January, 2007.
5. “The R&D investments pattern, its’ determinants and effects on profitability: An empirical analysis of Indian companies” was published in Productivity, Vol. 46, No. 2-3, pp.281-289, July-December, 2005, National Productive Council, New Delhi.
6. “A Framework for Technology Innovation” (co-authored by Prof. R. Srinivasan) was published in Journal of Advances in Management Research, Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp.61-69, 2005, IIT Delhi.

Ajay Kumar Singal- Associate Professor, IMT Dubai, Strategic Management Publications:

1. Resource Position, Fitness, Firm Vulnerability and Performance Heterogeneity (with A. K. Jain), Strategic Change, pp. 383-399, 25(4), 2016
2. Mapping Vulnerability: How emerging markets respond to multinationals (with A. K. Jain), Journal of Business Strategy, pp. 41-48, 35(6), 2014
3. Emerging Market Firms: Measuring Their Success with Strategic Positioning Maps (with A. K. Jain), Journal of Business Strategy, pp. 20-28, 35(1), 2014
4. An empirical examination of the influence of corporate vision on internationalization (with A K Jain), Strategic Change, pp. 243-257, 22(5/6), 2013
5. Outward FDI trends from India – Emerging MNCs & strategic issues (with A. K. Jain), International Journal of Emerging Markets, pp. 443-456, 7(4), 2012
6. Degree of internationalization & old economy firms in Indian context – A Perspective (with A. K. Jain), In Marin Marinov, Svetla Marinova (Eds.) Impacts of Emerging Economies and Firms on International Business, pp. 107-125, 2012, Palgrave Macmillan.
7. Strategic Positioning Choices for Indian Businesses: Beyond Jugaad into the Next Orbit (with A. K. Jain), In Subir Verma (Ed.) Towards the Next Orbit: Corporate Odyssey, pp. 39-54, 2010, SAGE, New Delhi
8. Role of Relative Resources and Fitness in Defining Firm Vulnerability. Ajay K Singal, Arun K Jain. Proceedings of Annual Meeting of Southern Management Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, Nov 5-9, 2013.
9. The relationship between internationalization and performance of mid-size Indian firms – The role of family control. Faisal M Ahsan, Ajay K Singal, Arun K Jain. Proceedings of 55th Annual Meeting of Academy of International Business, Istanbul, Turkey, July 3-6, 2013.
10. A conceptual positioning matrix for firms in developing countries: A case of India. Ajay K Singal, Arun K Jain. Proceedings of 54th Annual Meeting of Academy of International Business, Washington DC. Jun 30-Jul 3, 2012.
11. Towards new understanding of degree of internationalization in Indian context. Ajay K Singal, Arun K Jain. Proceedings of 53rd Annual Meeting of Academy of International Business, Nagoya, Japan, June 24-28, 2011.
12. Degree of internationalization of Indian firms – A fresh approach to theory building. Manish B Ganvir, Ajay K Singal, Arun K Jain. Proceedings of 71st Annual Meeting of Academy of Management, San Antonio, USA, August 12-16, 2011.

Conferences:

1. Singal, Ajay K., & Jain, Arun K. Role of Relative Resources and Fitness in Defining Firm Vulnerability, Proceedings of Annual Meeting of Southern Management Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, Nov 5-9, 2013.
2. Ahsan, Faisal M., Singal, Ajay K., & Jain, Arun K. The relationship between internationalization and performance of mid-size Indian firms – The role of family control. Proceedings of 55th Annual Meeting of Academy of International Business, Istanbul, Turkey, July 3-6, 2013.
3. Singal, Ajay K., & Jain, Arun K. A conceptual positioning matrix for firms in developing countries: A case of India. Proceedings of 54th Annual Meeting of Academy of International Business, Washington DC. Jun 30-Jul 3, 2012.
4. Singal, Ajay K., & Jain, Arun K. Towards new understanding of degree of internationalization in Indian context. Proceedings of 53rd Annual Meeting of Academy of International Business, Nagoya Japan, June 24-28, 2011.
5. Ganvir, Manish B., Singal, Ajay K., & Jain, Arun K. Degree of internationalization of Indian firms – A fresh approach to theory building. Proceedings of 71st Annual Meeting of Academy of Management, San Antonio, USA, August 12-16, 2011.

Sanjay Dhir -Assistant Professor, DMS, IIT Delhi , Strategic Management Publications:

1. THESIS: Value Creation in Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures (CBJVs): A Study of Asymmetric Motives and Effect of Mediator Variables on CBJV Value Creation between firms of India & G-7 Nations, Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Lucknow
2. Balanced scorecard on top performing Indian firms, International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management (2014), 9 (1), 89-100.
3. Alliance network heterogeneity, absorptive capacity and innovation performance: a framework for mediation and moderation effects, International Journal of Strategic Business Alliances (2014), 3 (2), 168-178.
4. Value Creation on Bilateral Cross‐Border Joint Ventures: Evidence from India, Strategic Change (2013), 22 (5-6), 307-326.
5. Educomp- Shaping Education in the New Millennium, Ivey Case Series (Jointly Distributed by Harvard) (2013),
6. Dynamics in Indian Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures: Exploration Through System Dynamics, Strategic Management Society Annual Conference Proceedings, Glasgow (2013)
7. Value Creation on Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures (CBJV): Evidence from India, Academy of Management Proceedings (2013)
8. Asymmetric motives in Indian bilateral cross–border joint ventures with G7 nations: impact of relative partner characteristics and initial conditions, International Journal of Strategic Business Alliances (2013), 3 (1), 69-92.
9. Decision‐making for mergers and acquisitions: the role of agency issues and behavioural biases, Strategic Change (2012), 21 (1-2), 59-69.
10. Network Heterogeneity, Absorptive Capacity and Innovation Performance: A Study of Mediation and Moderation Effects, Strategic Management Society Annual Conference, Singapore (2012).
11. Dynamics of Value Creation in Indian Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures: A Systems Approach, International Simulation Conference of India Proceedings (2012).
12. Asymmetric Motives in Indian Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures (CBJVs) with G7 Nations: Impact of Relative Partner Characteristics and Initial CBJV Conditions, Southern Management Association Conference Proceedings, Florida, USA (2012).
13. Dynamics of Strategic Alliances: A Conceptual Review, Strategic Management Forum Conference, IIM Lucknow (Noida Campus) (2011).

Conference Proceedings/Presentations:

1. Global Competitiveness of the International Economy Organization. 7th International Conference on Flexible System Management (2014).
2. Value Creation on Bilateral Cross Border Joint Ventures: Evidence from India. Proceedings of Academy of Management Annual Conference, Orlando (2013)
3. Asymmetric Motives in Indian Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures (CBJVs) with G7 Nations: Impact of Relative Partner Characteristics and Initial CBJV Conditions. Proceedings of Southern Management Association Meeting, Florida (2012)
4. Dynamics of Value Creation in Indian Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures: A Systems Approach. Proceedings of International Simulation Conference of India, IIT Mumbai. (2012)
5. Network Heterogeneity, Absorptive Capacity and Innovation Performance: A Study of Mediation and Moderation Effects. Paper presented at the Strategic Management Society Conference, Singapore. (2012)
6. Dynamics of Value Creation in Indian Bilateral Cross-Border Joint Ventures: A Systems Approach. Paper Accepted for Strategic Management Society Conference, Glasgow (2013)
7. Network Heterogeneity and Alliance Performance: An Empirical Analysis. Accepted in Conference on Excellence in Research & Education, IIM Indore. (2012)
8. Dynamics of Strategic Alliances: A Conceptual Review. 13th Annual Convention, Strategic Management Forum, Noida. (2010).

Awards and Recognitions:

1. Secured an overall C.G. of 9.8/10 in 10 Strategy courses at IIM, Lucknow.
2. Awarded Best Patent Award by Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd, Nasik for patenting a New Suspension Design for Mahindra Scorpio SUV in 2008.
3. Ranked amongst top 10 students of 2002-2006 Mechanical Engineering batch (out of total 93 students) at Utkal University, Bhubaneswar.
4. Awarded in the All India Robotic Design Competition organized during Annual Fest at ITER, Bhubaneswar in the year 2005.
5. Awarded Mathematics Topper Award, 2000 by the Jharkhand State Government for scoring 99% marks in Mathematics in the I.C.S.E Board.

P. John Ben, Assistant Professor, Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management Publications:

1. Prince, J.B & Dwivedi, N. (2013). A third dimension to understanding voluntary disclosures. Journal of Business Strategy, 34(4), 48-54.
2. Prince, J.B & Dwivedi, N. (2013). The role of Corporate Governance: a hurdle or steroid in the commercialization of innovations. Indian Journal of Corporate Governance, 6(1), 18-31.
3. John Ben (2013). Corporate Social Responsibility: The Indian perspective. Journal of Management & Entrepreneurship, 6(4), 82-97

Manish Popli, Assistant Professor, IIM Indore, Strategic Management Publications:

1. Popli, M., Akbar, M., Kumar, V., Gaur, A. (2016). Reconceptualizing cultural distance: The role of cultural experience reserve in cross-border acquisitions. Journal of World Business, 51, (3), 404-412
2. Popli, M., Kumar, V. Jumping from Spring-Board? Role of Marginal Cultural Distance in Cross-border M&A Deal Completion of Emerging Market Firms. Thunderbird International Business Review (2016, Forthcoming)
3. Popli, M., & Sinha, A. K. (2014). Determinants of early movers in cross-border merger and acquisition wave in an emerging market: A study of Indian firms. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 31(4), 1075-1099.

Conference Papers:

1. Kumar, V., Gaur, A., Popli, M. Emerging Economy Firms and Speed of International Venturing. Academy of International Business Annual Meeting AIB, 2016 – “The Locus of Global Innovation”, New Orleans, USA, 27-30 June, 2016.
2. Kumar, V., Gaur, A., Popli, M. Emerging Economy Firms and Speed of International Venturing. 76h Annual meeting of the Academy of Management Proceedings (2016) – “Making Organizations Meaningful”, August 5-9, 2016 – Anaheim, California, United States.
3. Chhabra, A., Popli, M. Impact of TMT Socio-Demographic Faultlines on Speed of FDI Expansion: An Emerging Market Perspective. Academy of International Business Annual Meeting AIB, 2016 – “The Locus of Global Innovation”, New Orleans, USA, 27-30 June, 2016.
4. Popli, M., & Kumar, V. Operationalizing cultural distance with country level scores: Moderating role of contextual factors. 75th Annual meeting of the Academy of Management Proceedings (2015).
5. Popli, M., Akbar, M., Kumar, V. Cultural Friction and the Role of Effective Cultural Distance in Cross-border M&A Deal Abandonment. 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management – “The Power of words”, August 1-5, 2014 – Philadelphia, PA.
6. Popli, M., Akbar, M., Kumar, V. Cultural Friction and the Role of Effective Cultural Distance in Cross-border M&A Deal Abandonment. Academy of International Business Annual Meeting AIB, 2014 – “Local Contexts in Global Business” Vancouver, Canada on June 23-26, 2014
7. Popli, M and Sinha, A.K. Who Jumps From Spring Board First? An Empirical Analysis of Cross- Border M&A Waves of Indian Firms. 73rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management – “Capitalism in Question”, Orlando, United States, 13th August 2013.
8. Popli, M and Sinha, A.K. Who Jumps From Spring Board First? An Empirical Analysis of Cross- Border M&A Waves of Indian Firms. Academy of International Business Annual Meeting AIB 2013 – “Bridging the Divide: Linking IB to Complementary Disciplines and Practice”, Istanbul, Turkey, 6th July 2013.
9. Popli, M, Akbar M and Kumar V. Persistence of Superior Performance: Impact of Internationalization and its Entrainment with Reforms. 73rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management – “Capitalism in Question”, Orlando, United States, 13th August 2013.
10. Popli, M, Akbar M and Kumar V. Persistence of Superior Performance: Impact of Internationalization and its Entrainment with Reforms. Academy of International Business Annual Meeting AIB 2013 – “Bridging the Divide: Linking IB to Complementary Disciplines and Practice”, Istanbul, Turkey, 6th July 2013.
11. Popli, M. and Kumar, S. 2012. Adaptation to Generation: A Strategic and Paradigmatic shift in Indian Inc. towards triple Bottom line performance. 11th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, Lahti University of Applied Sciences, Finland.
12. Popli, M. and Jain, A.K. 2012. Organizational failure: Lessons for Top-management and Board governance. 7th annual conference, Global Business Research Symposium, Rome.
13. opli, M. and Akbar, M. 2012. Do They Really Jump from Springboard: A Review of Cross Border Mergers and Acquisitions of BRIC Economies. International Academy of Business and Economics, Venice – Summer Conference, Ca ‘ Foscari University of Venice.
14. Popli, M. and Jain, A.K. 2012. Organization Design of Emerging Market Acquirers: Insights from European Global Firms. International Academy of Business and Economics Las Vegas – Annual Conference.

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