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Total No of Publication : 12442


‘Do I share because I care?’: investigating the factors influencing consumer's adoption of shared consumption

  • Authors: Khalek S.A., Chakraborty A.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Lucknow
    Source: Business Strategy and the Environment
    DOI: 10.1002/bse.3442

The preference structure of consumers remains a perplexing issue for sharing platforms. This study aims to broaden the understanding of shared consumption (SC) adoption. It employed the theory of interpersonal behaviour (TIB) and the theory of planned behaviour (TPB) to propose a conceptual model in...(Read Full Abstract)


‘Does confidence matter?’: impact of entrepreneurs’ confidence on fear of failure

  • Authors: Srinivasan B., Hazarika L., Nandakumar M.K.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: IIM Kozhikode Society and Management Review
    DOI: 10.1177/22779752231166175

Obstacles and threats are common occurrences for entrepreneurs in their journey of starting and surviving a venture. These challenges often induce a fear of failure in entrepreneurs, sometimes affecting their mental well-being. Although coping literature lists several explicit mechanisms to mitigate...(Read Full Abstract)


‘Half of my body is at work and the other half at home’: narratives of placemaking while working from homes in rural and small-town India

The article reflects on moving workspaces into homes during and after the Covid-19-induced lockdown. In our qualitative research in India, we investigate the processes of place-making and redrawing of boundaries between paid and unpaid care work. Through interviews and autoethnographic reflections, ...(Read Full Abstract)


‘Half of my body is at work and the other half at home’: narratives of placemaking while working from homes in rural and small-town India

The article reflects on moving workspaces into homes during and after the Covid-19-induced lockdown. In our qualitative research in India, we investigate the processes of place-making and redrawing of boundaries between paid and unpaid care work. Through interviews and autoethnographic reflections, ...(Read Full Abstract)


‘ostracized by law’: the sociopolitical and juridical construction of the ‘criminal tribe’ in colonial India

  • Authors: Kamble R.A., Kumar R., Roy Chowdhury A.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Kashipur
    Source: History and Anthropology
    DOI: 10.1080/02757206.2023.2204866

The British enacted the Criminal Tribes Act in 1871 to control Indian society after the rebellion against colonial rule in 1857. By means of the Act, the British depicted entire communities and groups as hereditary criminals–without any substantive legal or incriminating evidence–using the conce...(Read Full Abstract)


‘Riding out the pandemic’: the role of brand message appeals on social media in shaping consumer responses

Social media is a powerful medium for brands to engage with their consumers, especially during a public health crisis (PHC) when consumers are under duress. However, the impact of social media brand messages on consumer responses during a PHC is under-researched. Accordingly, this paper examines the...(Read Full Abstract)


‘Riding out the pandemic’: the role of brand message appeals on social media in shaping consumer responses

Social media is a powerful medium for brands to engage with their consumers, especially during a public health crisis (PHC) when consumers are under duress. However, the impact of social media brand messages on consumer responses during a PHC is under-researched. Accordingly, this paper examines the...(Read Full Abstract)


‘un’-blocking the industry 4.0 value chain with cyber-physical social thinking

Integration of diverse technologies fuels business-model transformation, evolving new applications. Industry 4.0 utilizes emerging-technologies like IoT, AI to make next-generation manufacturing-processes more efficient and agile. Cyber physical systems (CPS) augmented with social, thinking technolo...(Read Full Abstract)


“Is compassion an answer to the hiding problem?” role of psychological danger and compassion training in knowledge hiding behavior

  • Authors: Lanke P.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Trichy
    Source: Development and Learning in Organizations
    DOI: 10.1108/DLO-12-2021-0229

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is twofold, first is to conceptualize the role of “psychological danger” and the consequent “interpersonal distrust” as the cause of knowledge hiding in organizations. Second, it proposes the role of “compassion” training to tackle this challenge to kno...(Read Full Abstract)


“Sexual misconduct at workplace and Indian corporate and securities law: exploring corporate disclosures of sexual harassment cases by Indian companies in #metoo era”

  • Authors: Jumde A., Kumar N.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Rohtak
    Source: International Journal of Law and Management
    DOI: 10.1108/IJLMA-06-2022-0124

Purpose: This paper aims to focus on compliance of workplace sexual harassment-related provisions under Indian companies and securities law, based on an empirical analysis of companies’ sexual harassment-related disclosures contained within their directors’ annual reports (ARs). Specifically, se...(Read Full Abstract)


“So what if ChatGPT wrote it?” multidisciplinary perspectives on opportunities, challenges and implications of generative conversational ai for research, practice and policy

  • Authors: Dwivedi Y.K., Kshetri N., Hughes L., Slade E.L., Jeyaraj A., Kar A.K., Baabdullah A.M., Koohang A., Raghavan V., Ahuja M., Albanna H., Albashrawi M.A., Al-Busaidi A.S., Balakrishnan J., Barlette Y., Basu S., Bose I., Brooks L., Buhalis D., Carter L., Chow
    Year: 2023 | IIM Ahmedabad
    Source: International Journal of Information Management
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2023.102642

Transformative artificially intelligent tools, such as ChatGPT, designed to generate sophisticated text indistinguishable from that produced by a human, are applicable across a wide range of contexts. The technology presents opportunities as well as, often ethical and legal, challenges, and has the ...(Read Full Abstract)


“So what if ChatGPT wrote it?” multidisciplinary perspectives on opportunities, challenges and implications of generative conversational ai for research, practice and policy

  • Authors: Dwivedi Y.K., Kshetri N., Hughes L., Slade E.L., Jeyaraj A., Kar A.K., Baabdullah A.M., Koohang A., Raghavan V., Ahuja M., Albanna H., Albashrawi M.A., Al-Busaidi A.S., Balakrishnan J., Barlette Y., Basu S., Bose I., Brooks L., Buhalis D., Carter L., Chow
    Year: 2023 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: International Journal of Information Management
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2023.102642

Transformative artificially intelligent tools, such as ChatGPT, designed to generate sophisticated text indistinguishable from that produced by a human, are applicable across a wide range of contexts. The technology presents opportunities as well as, often ethical and legal, challenges, and has the ...(Read Full Abstract)


“The emergence of the Indian hyperlocal grocery delivery industry: Dunzo v/s Blinkit”

  • Authors: Sanghi N., Chandra Balodi K., Gupta V.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Lucknow
    Source: Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases
    DOI: 10.1177/20438869231151449

This case details the evolution of the Hyperlocal Grocery Delivery Industry in India and a comparative analysis between Dunzo and Blinkit. The case describes the macro and industry level imperatives, growth drivers and competitive dynamics, and the resultant evolution of alternate business models. I...(Read Full Abstract)


“The old order changeth!” Building sustainable knowledge management post covid-19 pandemic

  • Authors: Dutta D., Vedak C., Sawant H.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Indore
    Source: VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems
    DOI: 10.1108/VJIKMS-05-2022-0169

Purpose: The global pandemic and the resulting rapid and large-scale digitization changed the way firms recognized and understood knowledge curation and management. The changing nature of work and work systems necessitated changes in knowledge management (KM), some of which are likely to have a long...(Read Full Abstract)


“The old order Changeth!” building sustainable knowledge management post covid-19 pandemic

  • Authors: Dutta D., Vedak C., Sawant H.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems
    DOI: 10.1108/VJIKMS-05-2022-0169

Purpose: The global pandemic and the resulting rapid and large-scale digitization changed the way firms recognized and understood knowledge curation and management. The changing nature of work and work systems necessitated changes in knowledge management (KM), some of which are likely to have a long...(Read Full Abstract)


“You got a new name!” how does renaming a music festival with a brand affect the festivalgoer's purchase intention

  • Authors: Brandão A., Gadekar M.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Jammu
    Source: International Journal of Event and Festival Management
    DOI: 10.1108/IJEFM-07-2022-0059

Purpose: This study aims to examines how renaming music festivals with brand names affect festivalgoers' purchase intention in a Southwestern European country. Design/methodology/approach: This study uses 291 festivalgoers' responses attending five music festivals in a Southwestern European country ...(Read Full Abstract)


(dis)empowering the feminine? spatializing the interlace of gender-class-neoliberal managerialism in a women-only café in India

  • Authors: Chennangodu R., Kandathil G.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Ahmedabad
    Source: Gender, Work and Organization
    DOI: 10.1111/gwao.13002

Using the Lefebvrian triad, we explore spatial organizing of classed-gendered work and working bodies in a cafe space that emerges from urbanized claims of empowering “rural poor women” to become entrepreneurs by employing them in a cafe. Our critical-interpretive ethnography analyses the proces...(Read Full Abstract)


(dis)empowering the feminine? spatializing the interlace of gender-class-neoliberal managerialism in a women-only café in India

  • Authors: Chennangodu R., Kandathil G.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Kozhikode
    Source: Gender, Work and Organization
    DOI: 10.1111/gwao.13002

Using the Lefebvrian triad, we explore spatial organizing of classed-gendered work and working bodies in a cafe space that emerges from urbanized claims of empowering “rural poor women” to become entrepreneurs by employing them in a cafe. Our critical-interpretive ethnography analyses the proces...(Read Full Abstract)


(farmer) producer companies in India as new generation cooperatives: case studies of performance and impact from West Bengal, India

  • Authors: Singh S.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Ahmedabad
    Source: Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics
    DOI: 10.1111/apce.12436

One of the innovative alternatives to the traditional cooperative structure has been the new generation cooperatives or cooperative companies, known as producer companies (PCs) in India since the early 2000s. This paper examines the impact of PCs on the member farmer livelihoods, which is not well s...(Read Full Abstract)


(Small) farmer livelihoods under liberalised agricultural market environment in India: can farmer producer companies be an alternative?

This article examines the rationale and experience of Farmer Producer Companies (FPCs) in the context of their promotion and public funding on a large scale. Simultaneously, corporate players have been provided a larger and free space under the APLM and CF&S Acts of 2017 and 2018, respectively. At t...(Read Full Abstract)