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Volume: 39.2
Fostering Academic Research among Management Scholars in India: An Introduction to the Special Issue
Rahul Sheel, Neharika Vohra
Interest in academic research in India has risen in the last decade with the focus of the universities shifting to research output of their faculty. According to the SJR SCImago Journal and Country Ra...Read More
Marketing Thought in India: Challenges of Hegemony and Inclusivity
Rohit Varman
This Perspectives paper is drawn from the keynote address by the author at the third Indian Academy of Management Conference. Noting the strong evidence of the Western hegemony in the marketing thou...Read More
To Work or Not to Work: Construction of Meaning of Work and Making Work Choices
M V Anuradha, E S Srinivas, Manish Singhal,
The intent of this research was to explore how the predominant meaning of work gets constructed before people start working and how that affects their work choices. It was seen that social expectati...Read More
The Role of Cognitive Appraisal in Work-Family Experiences of Indian IT Employees
Mousumi Padhi, Snigdha Pattnaik
This study draws on the Person-Environment Fit theory to understand to what extent congruence between an individual and her/his environment affects her/his experience of work family interface. The s...Read More
Factors Affecting the Work Attitudes of Indian Re-entry Women in the IT Sector
Bharathi Ravindran, Rupashree Baral
Women’s increased participation in today’s labour force has not essentially guaranteed a continued presence for working women in the Indian IT sector. Hence, the current study aims at finding the ef...Read More
Patriarchal Beliefs, Women’s Empowerment, and General Well-being
Preeti S Rawat
This paper tries to highlight the point that the depowerment of women is linked to the belief and practice of patriarchy which subjugates women at various levels like political, economic, social, an...Read More
Three-Factor Model of Employee Passion: An Empirical Study in the Indian Context
Niharika Gaan, Kalyani Mohanty
This study investigated four dimensions of a process model along with work rumination for the formulation of work passion. Questionnaires were administered to a sample of corporate professionals bel...Read More
Exploring Victims’ Experiences of Workplace Bullying: A Grounded Theory Approach
Mariam Ciby, R P Raya
This study explores the victims’ experiences from an interpretive perspective in the context of Information Technology organizations in India. The analysis using grounded theory approach resulted in...Read More
How does Organizational Justice Influence Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment? Explaining with Psychological Capital
Abhishek Kumar Totawar, Ranjeet Nambudiri
Based on the social exchange perspective and ‘broaden and build’ theory of positive emotions, this paper proposes that psychological capital (PsyCap) will mediate the influence of organizational jus...Read More
Examining PCB-Outcomes Relationship: Moderating Role of Individualism
Upasna A Agarwal
This paper examines the effect of psychological contract breach (PCB) on trust and work engagement and the mediating role of trust in PCB-engagement relationship. It also tests the moderating role o...Read More
Volunteering: The Role of Individual-level Psychological Variables
Dharma Raju Bathini, Neharika Vohra
Drawing on the literature on prosocial behavior, this study seeks to enhance the understanding of the role of traits, values, and self-efficacy beliefs in volunteering. It distinguishes between help...Read More
The Emergence of an Organizational Field: The Case of Open Source Software
Abhoy K Ojha, Ravi Anand Rao
This paper uses the institutional theory perspective to examine the emergence of the organizational field of open source software as an alternate to the field of propriety software. It highlights th...Read More
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