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Volume: 38.4
-2013
Perspectives
Data Analytics: Hyped Up Aspirations or True Potential?
Arindam Banerjee, Tathagata Bandyopadhyay, Prachi Acharya
This paper examines the global Analytics Industry, specifically touching upon the unique elements of the industry in India today. It highlights the three key ingredients driving the successful opera...Read More
Research
Measurement of International Currency Crises: A Panel Data Approach using Composite Indices
K V Bhanu Murthy, Anjala Kalsie
This paper develops a model to measure international currency crisis of A5 countries in 1997 by constructing composite indices for capturing the macro-economic and financial causes – as well as an i...Read More
R&D Spending and the Rewards to Human Capital in India’s IT Sector
Sumit K Majumdar
R&D is a human capital-intensive activity and firms engaging in such activities are expected to have a higher wage share, signaling financial commitment to people assets. This paper examines the lin...Read More
Marketing “Value” to Price-Sensitive Customers during the Tendering Process
Abhishek Kumar Singh, Mandar Nayak, D V R Seshadri
This paper discusses the tendering process from structural, supplier, and buyer perspectives. It explores mechanisms through which superior value delivered by the supplier firm can be captured in th...Read More
MNC CSR in Emerging Economy Conflict Zones: A Case Study of HUL’s North-East Operations in India
Tulsi Jayakumar
Multinational Corporations (MNCs) are increasingly directing their investments towards emerging economies, which however, are characterized by conflicts of varying degrees. Can Corporate Social Resp...Read More
Factors influencing IT Adoption by Bank Employees: An Extended TAM Approach
Rupanjali Nath, Kanika T Bahl, Geetika T Kapoor
Despite the recognition of the vital role of Information Technology (IT), electronic banking in a developing country like India is yet to fully utilize it as a value-adding tool. This study aims to ...Read More
Notes and Commentaries
Efficient Water Management through Public Private Partership Model: An Experiment in CSR by Coca-Cola India
Barnali Chaklader, Neeran Gautam
This paper outlines a case of Coca-Cola India’s contribution towards Water Management in Kaladera region of Rajasthan through public-private partnership involving the state government and the local ...Read More
Management Case
Akshaya Patra, Gandhinagar: Supply Chain Challenges
Shravanti Mitra, G Raghuram, Atanu Ghosh
Akshaya Patra, the mid day meal programme of ISKCON, serves wholesome and nutritious meal to a large number of under-privileged students through its intelligently engineered centralized kitchens. Th...Read More
Diagnoses
Akshaya Patra, Gandhinagar: Supply Chain Challenges
Sanjay Choudhari
Akshaya Patra, the mid day meal programme of ISKCON, serves wholesome and nutritious meal to a large number of under-privileged students through its intelligently engineered centralized kitchens. Th...Read More
Akshaya Patra, Gandhinagar: Supply Chain Challenges
Lalitha Iyer
Akshaya Patra, the mid day meal programme of ISKCON, serves wholesome and nutritious meal to a large number of under-privileged students through its intelligently engineered centralized kitchens. Th...Read More
Book Review
Fighting Corruption: The Way Forward
Arun Kumar
The current issue of Vikalpa has published a Book Review, Fighting Corruption: The Way Forward by Arun Kumar. ...Read More
Confessions of a Microfinance Heretic: How Microlending Lost its Way and Betrayed the Poor
Nalini Bikkina
The current issue of Vikalpa has published a Book Review, Confessions of a Microfinance Heretic: How Microlending Lost its Way and Betrayed the Poor in India by Nalini Bikkina. ...Read More
Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead
Richa Saxena
The current issue of Vikalpa has published a Book Review, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Richa Saxena. ...Read More
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