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Total No of Publication : 321

A semi-closed form approximation of arbitrage-free call option price surface

  • Authors: Kundu A., Kumar S., Tomar N.K.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Computational Economics
    DOI: 10.1007/s10614-023-10368-5

The two-dimensional estimation problem of the arbitrage-free option price surface from available best bid-ask quotes is difficult to solve due to insufficient as well as skewed quotes for various strikes and maturities besides the prevalence of arbitrage opportunities in the observed quotes. This ar...(Read Full Abstract)

Advancing supply chain management from agility to hyperagility: a dynamic capability view

  • Authors: Raj A., Sharma V., Shukla D.M., Sharma P.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Annals of Operations Research
    DOI: 10.1007/s10479-022-05158-5

Research and practice emphasize the criticality of supply chain agility in responding to external disruptions. However, many organizations struggled to respond at enhanced speed to the global supply chain shocks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations need hyperagile supply chains to survive ...(Read Full Abstract)

Africa rising: opportunities for advancing theory on people, institutions, and the nation state in international business

  • Authors: Nachum L., Stevens C.E., Newenham-Kahindi A., Lundan S., Rose E.L., Wantchekon L.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of International Business Studies
    DOI: 10.1057/s41267-022-00581-z

Africa is rising, but IB scholars have largely failed to take notice. We argue that this is a missed opportunity. Not only is Africa a dynamic and distinctive region, but its rise presents a number of puzzles for international business (IB) research, with phenomena that seem to challenge fundamental...(Read Full Abstract)

Beyond consumption expenditure: income inequality and its sources in India

  • Authors: Agrawal T., Agrawal A.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Progress in Development Studies
    DOI: 10.1177/14649934221101735

A considerable body of research on inequality in India has focused on consumption inequality. This article compares inequality in consumption expenditure and income, using two waves of the India Human Development Survey. We find that while income inequality increased marginally, expenditure inequali...(Read Full Abstract)

Blockchain adoption and firm performance: the contingent roles of intangible capital and environmental dynamism

  • Authors: Sharma P., Shukla D.M., Raj A.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: International Journal of Production Economics
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ijpe.2022.108727

Despite the purported benefits of blockchain technology for business applications, it is unclear how blockchain adoption affects firm performance, and large-scale empirical evidence on this relationship remains scarce. Drawing on the dynamic capabilities perspective, we examine the relationship betw...(Read Full Abstract)

Cost optimality of an erratic GeoX/G/1 retrial queue under J-vacation scheme using nature inspired algorithms

  • Authors: Agarwal R., Upadhyaya S., Agarwal D., Kumar S.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering
    DOI: 10.1504/IJISE.2023.130913

In this article, we have explored a GeoX/G/1 model with Bernoulli feedback wherein the clients that enter and find the system to be busy, halt for a while prior to attempting again to enter the system. The server is erratic and can take utmost J-vacations regularly unless one client appears in the v...(Read Full Abstract)

Creditor-controlled insolvency and firm financing– evidence from India

  • Authors: Agarwal S., Singhvi B.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Finance Research Letters
    DOI: 10.1016/j.frl.2023.103813

Using the ‘Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code’ (IBC) in India, we show that, despite an increase in the supply of credit, IBC led to a higher reduction in the secured debt of the high tangibility firms compared to the low tangibility firms. We also find that secured debt was substituted with other s...(Read Full Abstract)

Does earnings management affect linguistic features of MD&A disclosures?

Earnings management literature considers high disclosure complexity as indicative of obfuscation. We argue that this singular focus on disclosure complexity can be misleading as managers adopt other obfuscation strategies too to conceal earnings management. We examine several alternative obfuscation...(Read Full Abstract)

Examining significance of “downside beta” as a measure of risk - evidence from Indian equity market

  • Authors: Menon S., Mohanty P., Damodaran U., Aggarwal D.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: International Journal of Emerging Markets
    DOI: 10.1108/IJOEM-01-2021-0026

Purpose: Many studies have shown that from a theoretical and empirical point of view, downside risk-based measures of risk are better than the traditional ones. Despite academic appeal and practical implications, downside risk has not been thoroughly examined in markets outside developed country mar...(Read Full Abstract)

Factors affecting follow-up adherence of glaucoma patients

  • Authors: Singh A., Udayakumar B., Duraisamy Ravilla T., Ponnappan V., Krishnadas R., Satyavageeswaran P.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Ophthalmic Epidemiology
    DOI: 10.1080/09286586.2023.2199842

Purpose: The objective of our study is to understand the factors associated with non-adherence to the physician’s follow-up advice by persons with glaucoma. Methods: We use a four-year panel dataset containing demographic, clinical, and intervention details and doctor’s advised follow-up date fo...(Read Full Abstract)

Hidden indicators of collective intelligence in crowdfunding

  • Authors: Horvát E.-A., Dambanemuya H.K., Uparna J., Uzzi B.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: ACM Web Conference 2023 - Proceedings of the World Wide Web Conference, WWW 2023
    DOI: 10.1145/3543507.3583414

Extensive literature argues that crowds possess essential collective intelligence benefits that allow superior decision-making by untrained individuals working in low-information environments. Classic wisdom of crowds theory is based on evidence gathered from studying large groups of diverse and ind...(Read Full Abstract)

How to erase gender differences in entrepreneurial success? look at the ecosystem

  • Authors: Welsh D.H.B., Kaciak E., Fadairo M., Doshi V., Lanchimba C.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of Business Research
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jbusres.2022.113320

Entrepreneurial ecosystems have become a popular concept within research and practitioner contexts. Yet, while both literature streams have produced relevant eco-factors, no clear empirical evidence has emerged on their impact. This study addresses the following question: in impoverished areas, to w...(Read Full Abstract)

Human activity recognition using fuzzy proximal support vector machine for multicategory classification

  • Authors: Laxmi S., Kumar S., Gupta S.K.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Knowledge and Information Systems
    DOI: 10.1007/s10115-023-01911-9

Applying machine learning tools to human activity analysis presents two major challenges: Firstly, the transformation of actions into multiple attributes increases training and testing time significantly. Secondly, the presence of noises and outliers in the dataset adds complexity and makes it diffi...(Read Full Abstract)

Inference for coherent systems with Weibull components under a simple step-stress model

Coherent systems are widely studied in reliability experiments. Under the assumption that the components of a coherent system follow a two-parameter Weibull distribution, maximum likelihood inference for n-component coherent systems with known signatures under a simple step-stress model is discussed...(Read Full Abstract)

Introduction: postcolonial feminism in management and organization studies: critical perspectives from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh

  • Authors: Doshi V.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Postcolonial Feminism in Management and Organization Studies: Critical Perspectives from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh
    DOI: 10.4324/9781003197270-1

This introductory chapter reflects on postcolonial feminism, its origin, development, and critique by drawing on the writings of foundational women writers. The chapter demonstrates how postcolonial feminism is advanced in this book. It makes a case for postcolonial feminism within the management an...(Read Full Abstract)

Managing cross-border knowledge transfer for innovation: an introduction to the special issue

  • Authors: Rammal H.G., Rose E.L., Ferreira J.J.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: International Business Review
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ibusrev.2022.102098

This introduction to the special issue maps the extant research on managing crossborder knowledge for innovation and classifies it into four clusters: knowledge spillovers and location, international alliances and R&D networks, knowledge transfer and absorptive capacity, and learning organization an...(Read Full Abstract)

Network centrality and negative ties in feminine and masculine occupations

  • Authors: Doshi V., Mukherjee S., Yang Y.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Asia Pacific Journal of Management
    DOI: 10.1007/s10490-021-09785-7

Negative ties and gender (as a contextual variable) have remained under-studied in the social networks research in management. Drawing on occupational gender-typing theory, the paper hypothesizes that the relationship between indegree centrality of employees in a positive ties-based network and thei...(Read Full Abstract)

Postcolonial feminism in management and organization studies: critical perspectives from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh

  • Authors: Doshi V.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Postcolonial Feminism in Management and Organization Studies: Critical Perspectives from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh
    DOI: 10.4324/9781003197270

The term feminism is often treated as a stable and universalizing politics and practice. For postcolonial feminism, the issues of interest are not only social and cultural inequalities in terms of caste, class, color, ethnicity, gender, and religion, but also historical, political, and geographical ...(Read Full Abstract)

The impact of covid-19 on household poverty: examining impacts and resilience in a 40-year timeframe in rural Rajasthan (India)

To what extent has chronic poverty increased during the pandemic? In July and August 2021, we revisited seven villages of southern Rajasthan (India), where we had studied household poverty dynamics in 2002. We find that in the two decades before the pandemic (2002–2020), people’s structural posi...(Read Full Abstract)

The impact of India’s demonetization on domestic agricultural trade

  • Authors: Aggarwal N., Narayanan S.
    Year: 2023 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: American Journal of Agricultural Economics
    DOI: 10.1111/ajae.12317

We examine the impact of an extreme monetary shock, India's demonetization of 2016, on domestic agricultural trade. Using data from around 3000 regulated markets for 35 major crops, we find that trade value fell by 16.3–16.8% in the short run, settling at 11.8–12.1% after eight months, driven pr...(Read Full Abstract)