Dr Praveen Bhagawan, Assistant Professor of Finance – IFMR Graduate School of Business at Krea University, and Dr Jyoti Prasad Mukhopadhyay, Associate Professor of Economics – IFMR Graduate School of Business at Krea University, have together worked on an impactful research paper titled “Does Mandatory Expenditure on CSR Affect Firm Value? Empirical Evidence from Indian […]
‘Happy Self Publishing’, a business management case study authored by Prof R Sathyanarayanan (Associate Professor of Marketing at IFMR Graduate School of Business – Krea University), has been shortlisted as one of the Top-6 Global finalist case studies in “The Case for Women” Global Case Writing Competition open to management faculty members around the world. […]
Dr Anantha Nageswaran – Distinguished Visiting Professor at Krea University and Member of PM Economic Advisory Board – co-authors a paper on “Impact Investing – An Assessment and Proposal for Reforms”, published by the Social Science Research Network (SSRN).The paper attempts to dispel some of the misconceptions associated with impact investing and provide a more […]
The Springer Journal’s Information Systems Frontiers, ranked A in the ABDC list of management journals, has published ‘E-Government and Entrepreneurship: Online Government Services and the Ease of Starting Business’, jointly authored by Dr Amit Das and Dr Shobha Das from IFMR Graduate School of Business at Krea University. The paper examines the effect of offering government […]
The Michigan India Conference is the Annual India Conference hosted by the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor students, with a focus on opportunities and challenges that faces the Indian economy. Dr Anantha Nageswaran, Distinguished Visiting Professor at Krea University and Member of the PM Economic Advisory Board, was part of the opening panel, sharing […]
IFMR GSB faculty member — Sumit Mishra, Assistant Professor, Economics and Data Science has published an impactful research paper. His paper “Fractal urbanism: City size and residential segregation in India” co-authored with Naveen Bharathi (Harvard University), Deepak Malghan (IIM – Bangalore), and Andaleeb Rahman (Cornell University) was published as a forthcoming article on World Development — an A journal as per the ABDC list and listed amongst the top-five development econ journals. The paper presents the first-ever large-scale snapshot of urban residential segregation in India at the neighbourhood-scale. The analysis from 147 largest cities in contemporary India shows how caste-based residential segregation is independent of city size (with the sample including all cities in India, with at least 0.3 million residents in 2011).
Dr Shobha Das, Dean – IFMR Graduate School of Business (GSB), Krea University, was part of a grand panel of eminent speakers, academics, and celebrated entrepreneurs at the TNTDPC Summit hosted by CII (the Confederation of Indian Industry). Dr Das shared her reflections on the future of management education, elaborating on the opportunities from new-age […]
Analytics India Magazine featured an opinion piece by Prof GR Chandrashekhar – Professor of Data Science and Strategic Management at IFMR Graduate School of Business. Packed with information drawn from his rich experience in the field of Data Science, the article shares his perspectives on customer insights from retail transactions. Read the feature here.
The blog is written by Prof. Chandrasekaran N, Professor, Operations Management, IFMR GSB The supply chain is about a firm strategically managing inbound and outbound processes and other firms fulfilling the ultimate customer demand. It is important to note that there are multiple nodes and flows across the supply network while managing demand and supply […]
IFMR GSB faculty member — Sumit Mishra, Assistant Professor, Economics and Data Science has co-authored an impactful research paper, “Diversity Deficit and Scale-Flip” with Naveen Bharathi (Harvard University), Deepak Malghan (IIM – Bangalore), and Andaleeb Rahman (Cornell University) published in the Journal of Development Studies, using data from more than half a million villages in India, shows that greater caste-diversity is associated with better public goods access in rural India.