School of Management and School of Commerce Faculty
Dr. Tapan Panda
Dean & Professor – Sales & Marketing
Dr. Panda is an alumnus of University of Houston, USA, where he completed an MBA in Global Energy. He holds a PhD in Business Administration. He has worked as a full-time faculty member at 3 IIMs – Lucknow, Kozhikode and Indore.
Dr. Gerry George
Professor Gerry George is the Dean, Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University, and serves as the International Dean of BMU. Professor George also serves as the Editor of the Academy of Management Journal, the flagship empirical journal in the field of management.
Dr. Jaskiran Arora
Professor – Accounting
Dr. Jaskiran Arora is a Professor in the area of Accounting at BML Munjal University. She brings to her classes over 14 years of industry and teaching experience with reputed institutions. […]
Prof. Davinder Singh
Associate Professor – Strategy & Innovation
Associate Prof. Davinder Singh has over 25 years of extensive industry experience, both with global companies (such as The Coca-Cola Co. and Foster’s International) and Indian companies (such as NDDB, Jagatjit Industries and CavinKare). He has held senior management roles in these organisations.
Dr Nandita Choudhury
Associate Professor – Adjunct – Communication
Dr Nandita Choudhury has more than 15 years of experience in academics. She completed her PhD from Lucknow University in English Literary Criticism. She is a Post Graduate in English Literature from Guwahati University.
Dr. Chitrakalpa Sen
Assistant Professor – Economics
Dr. Chitrakalpa Sen is an Assistant Professor in the School of Management, BML Munjal University. Prior to his appointment here, Dr. Sen taught at AURO University, Surat and G D Goenka World Institute, Lancaster University, Gurgaon.
Dr. Shrawan Kumar Trivedi
Assistant Professor – Information Systems
Dr. Shrawan Kumar Trivedi is a assistant professor of Information Systems in the School of Management at BML Munjal University. He has completed his Fellow (FPM) from Indian Institute of Management Indore.
Dr. Anil Kumar
Assistant Professor – Decision Science
Dr. Anil Kumar is a faculty of Decision Science in the School of Management at BML Munjal University. He has completed his Ph.D in Management Science from Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior.
Dr Ritu Chhikara
Assistant Professor – Marketing
Dr Ritu Chhikara is an Assistant Professor at School of Management, BML Munjal University. She holds a PhD in Retail Management from Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi. Prior to Phd she worked with Microsoft India, in Sales and Marketing domain. She was involved in their public sector education business.
Prof. Ruchi Garg
Assistant Professor – Sales & Marketing
Ruchi Garg is an assistant professor in the School of Management at the BML Munjal University. She is pursuing her fellowship programme in management (FPM) from Management Development Institute, Gurgaon. Her FPM topic is “An investigation into the concept of Brand Love and its proximal and distal co-variates: A mixed method research in India”.
Dr. Sangita Choudhary
Assistant Professor – Finance & Accounts
Dr. Sangita Choudhary is an Assistant professor in the domain of Finance in the School of Management at BML Munjal University. She has completed her PhD from University of Rajasthan, Jaipur and qualified UGC-NET in year 2010. Dr. Choudhary completed her MBA from Rajasthan Technical University, Kota (Finance and Marketing) and she is a Science graduate from Kurukshetra University.
Ms. Anshu Sharma
Assistant Professor – Human Resource & Organizational Behaviour
Ms. Anshu Sharma is an Assistant Professor of Human Resource & Organizational Behaviour in the School of Management at BML Munjal University. […]
Dr. Mohit Yadav
Assistant Professor – Human Resource Management
Dr. Mohit Yadav is an Assistant Professor in the area of Human Resource Management at BML Munjal University. He has a rich blend of work experience from both Industry as well as academia. Prior to joining BML Munjal University, he taught at institutions such as Glocal University and Lovely Professional University. He is also a guest faculty at Jaypee Business School, Noida […]
Ms. Shelly Singhal
Assistant Professor – Finance
Shelly Singhal is an Assistant Professor in the area of Finance at BML Munjal University. She is a full time doctoral fellow from the Management Development Institute, Gurgaon. She is a constant researcher and has two case study publications in Harvard to her credit. Besides authoring two book chapters in Springer and Macmillan, she has published 12 research papers on various topics ranging from currency futures, trade […]
Prof. Dr. D.M. Swagerman
Prof Swagerman is a tenured professor in financial and management accounting at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands. He is also the educational director of the post-experience executive education in Management Control at the same university.
Dr. Nelson Phillips
Prof. Nelson Phillips is the Chair in Strategy and Organisational Behavior at the Business School, Imperial College London. Professor Phillips has published more than 75 academic articles and book chapters and is currently a co-editor of the Journal of Management Inquiry.
Dr. Sankalp Chaturvedi
Dr. Sankalp Chaturvedi is an Associate Professor at the Imperial College London Business School. Sankalp holds a PhD from the NUS Business School. Prior to his PhD, he completed a Masters in Human Resource Development and Management from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur (India).
Dr. Andreas Eisingerich
Dr. Andreas B. Eisingerich is Associate Professor of Marketing at Imperial College London Business School. He holds a BSc degree from the London School of Economics, and a PhD from the University of Cambridge, Judge Business School, where he also earned his master’s degree.
Dr. Yuri Mishina
Dr. Yuri Mishina is an assistant professor of organisational behavior/strategy in the Organisation & Management Group at Imperial College London Business School. He received his PhD from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in organizational theory with a minor in strategic management.
• Panda Tapan K, Product and Brand Management, Oxford University Press, 2016
• Panda Tapan K, Consumer and Business Analytics, Excel Books, 2014
• Panda Tapan K, Business Analytics, Excel Books 2013
• Panda Tapan K and Sahadev Sunil, Sales and Distribution Management, published by Oxford University Press, 2e, 2013
• Panda Tapan K, Knowledge Management-Global Perspective, Excel Books, 2008.
• Panda Tapan K and Naveen Donthu, Marketing in the New Global Order- Opportunities and Challenges, Excel Books, 2007
• Panda Tapan K, Mishra Sitikantha, Tourism Marketing, ICFAI Universities Press, 2006
• Panda Tapan K, Contemporary Marketing-Issues and Challenges, 2007
• Panda Tapan K, Marketing Management-Indian context- Excel Books, 2006
• Branding-Paradigms and Prognostications, ICFAI Universities Press, 2005
• Panda Tapan K and Sahadev Sunil, Sales and Distribution Management, published by Oxford University Press, 2005
• Panda Tapan K and Nargundkar Rajendra, “Marketing Strategies for Emerging Markets” published by Excel Books 2005
• Panda Tapan K and Nargundkar Rajendra,”Managing Customer Relationships in Service Industries” published by Excel Books, 2005
• Panda Tapan K, “Building Brands in Indian Market” published by Excel Books, 2004
• Panda Tapan K, Mishra Sitikantha and Parida Bivraj”Tourism Management –The Socio- Economic and Ecological Perspective” published by Universities Press 2003
• Panda Tapan K and Mishra Sitikantha, “Tourism Industry in India” published by Excel Books, New Delhi, 2003
• Panda Tapan K, Dimensions of Development-A Managerial Approach published by Marg Darshan Foundation, 1997.
• G. Chakrabarti and Chitrakalp. Sen, (2012), Anatomy of Global Stock Market Crashes: An Empirical Analysis (Springer Briefs in Economics), , Amazon url: http://www.amazon.com/Anatomy-Global-Stock-Market-Crashes/dp/813220462X.
• Sen, Chitrakalp., (2012), Indian Foreign Exchange Market: A Study into Volatility and Regime Switch, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany, Amazon url: http://www.amazon.com/Indian-Foreign-Exchange-Market-Volatility/dp/3847346512/.
• G. Chakrabarti and Chitrakalp. Sen, (2013), Momentum Trading on the Indian Stock Market, Springer Briefs in Economics, ISBN-10: 813221126X | Amazon url: http://www.amazon.com/Momentum-Trading-Indian-SpringerBriefs-Economics/dp/813221126X.
• G. Chakrabarti and Chitrakalp. Sen, To invest or not to invest: A Green Question, Springer Briefs in Economics.
• Kumar, Anil and Singh, D. (2014). The Economics of Small Scale Industries in India: The Role of Private Equity and Debt Market, LAMBERT Academic Publishing.
• Dr. Sangita Choudhary, Hyper completion and Stock market valuation: A Perspective on Indian Telecom Industry “Publication House: Pinnacle Publishing, 2016
• Dr. Vineeth V. Kumar, Mlitary Psychology: Concepts, Trends and Interventions Sage Publication, 2016
• Dr. Anil Kumar “Fuzzy Optimization and Multi-Criteria Decision Making in Digital Marketing (Ed.) IGI Global 2016
• Chakrabarti G., Chitrakalp. Sen, (2007), “Calendar Anomaly in Indian Stock Market”, Arthabikshan, Bengal Economic Association.
• Sarkar A., Chakrabarti G. and Chitrakalp. Sen, (2008), “November Effect: Evidence from Indian Stock Market”, Indian Journal of Capital Market, Vol. 2, Issue 1 (April-June).
• Sen Chitrakalp., Mukherjee I., Chakrabarti G. and A. Sarkar, (2009), “Long Memory in Some Selected Stock Markets: An Autocorrelation Based Approach”, Indian Journal of Capital Market, Vol. 3, Issue 1 (April – June).
• Sarkar A., Chakrabarti G. and Chitrakalp. Sen, (2009), “Indian Stock Market Volatility in Recent Years: Transmission from Global Market, Regional Market and Traditional Domestic Sectors”, Journal of Asset Management 10, pp. 63-71.
• Chakrabarti G., Sen Chitrakalp. and A. Sarkar , (2010), “Spot-forward Rate Relationship Revisited: An Analysis in Light of Non-linearity and Chaos”, Journal of International Economics (published by IPE, Hyderabad), Volume 1, No. 2 (June).
• Mukherjee I., Sen Chitrakalp. and A. Sarkar, (2011), “Long Memory in Stock Returns: Insights from the Indian Market”, The International Journal of Applied Economics and Finance, Volume 5, Number 1, pp. 62-74.
• Mukherjee I. Sen Chitrakalp. and A. Sarkar, (2011), “Study of Stylized Facts in Indian Financial Markets”, The International Journal of Applied Economics and Finance, Volume 5, Number 1, pp. 127-134.
• Chakrabarti G and Chitrakalp. Sen, (2011), Volatility Regimes and Calendar Anomaly in Foreign Exchange Market, The International Journal of Applied Economics and Finance, Volume 5, Number 2, pp. 97-113.
• Sen, Chitrakalp., G. Chakrabarti, and A. Sarkar, (2011), “Evidence of chaos: A Tale Of Two Exchange Rates”, The Empirical Economics Letters, Volume 10, No. 8.
• Chitrakalp. Sen, (2011), ” FDI in the Service Sector – Propagator of Growth for India?”, Theoretical and Applied Economics, Volume XVIII, No. 6(559), pp. 141-156.
• Chakrabarti G., Sen Chitrakalp. and A. Sarkar , (2012), “Volatility in Indian Stock Market in Recent Years : Transmission from Domestic Sectors” , Finance India, XXVI (3).
• Trivedi, S. K., & Dey, S. (2014). Interaction between feature subset selection techniques and machine learning classifiers for detecting unsolicited emails. ACM SIGAPP Applied Computing Review, 14(1), 53-61.
• Trivedi, S. K. & Dey, S. (2013). An Enhanced Genetic Programming Approach for Detecting Unsolicited Emails. Published and Presented on 16TH IEEE International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE 2013), Sydney, Australia
• Trivedi, S. K. & Dey, S. (2013). Effect of Feature Selection Methods on Machine Learning Classifiers for Detecting Email Spams. Proceedings of the ACM-SIGAPP Research in Adaptive and Convergent Systems (ACM RACS 2013). Montreal, Canada. October 1-4, 2013.
• Trivedi, S. K. & Dey, S. (2013). Interplay between Probabilistic Classifiers and Boosting Algorithms for Detecting Complex Unsolicited Emails. Journal of Advances in Computer Network, 1(2):132-136.
• Trivedi, S. K. & Dey, S. (2013). Effect of Various Kernels and Feature Selection Methods on SVM Performance for Detecting Email Spams. International Journal of Computer Applications, 66(21):18-23.
• Trivedi, S. K., & Sharma, A. (2012). An Evolution of Corporate Software Support Systems. In Information and Knowledge Management (Vol. 2, No. 8, pp. 84-90).
• Trivedi, S. K., & Singh, R. K. (2012) Enhancement of energy efficiency in heterogeneous wireless sensor
• Kumar, Anil. and Dash, M. K. (2014), “Effectiveness of Electronic Service Dimensions on Consumers Electronic Buying Behaviour and Exploration of Difference Groups”, International Journal of Business Innovation and Research. [Accepted]
• Kumar, Anil. and Dash, M. K. (2014), “E-service quality dimensions effect on customers willingness to buy: structural equation modeling (SEM) approach”, International Journal of Services and Operations Management. [Accepted]
• Kumar, A. and Dash, M. K. (2014), “Electronic Consumer Style Inventory: Factor Exploration and Multi-Comparisons Analysis”, The Asian Academy of Management Journal. [Accepted]
• Jain, A., Kumar, Anil. and Dash, M. K. (2014), “Technology Revolution Revisited Marketing Strategies of Political Parties-Transition from Offline to Social Media: Analysis through AHP”, International Journal of Business Information Systems. [Accepted]
• Kumar, Anil. and Dash, M. K. (2014), “Influencing factors identification: A model of unplanned consumers electronic purchasing decision”, International Journal of Internet Marketing and Advertising. (Accepted subject to modification)
• Jain, A., Kumar, Anil. and Dash, M. K. (2014), “Demographic Characteristics and Satisfaction of Customers Link with Loan Procedures Variables: A Empirical Study”, SCMS Journal of Indian Management, Vol.11 No.2, pp.35-49.
• Kumar, Anil. and Dash, M. K. (2013), “Factor exploration and multi-criteria assessment method (AHP) of multi-generational consumer in electronic commerce”, International Journal of Business Excellence, Vol.7 No.2, pp.223-236.
• Kumar, Anil. and Dash, M. K. (2013), “Constructing a Measurement in Service Quality for Indian Banks: Structural Equation Modeling Approach”, The Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce, Vol.18 No.1, pp.1-18.
• Kumar, Anil. (2012), “Consumer Satisfaction of their Mobile Connections: A Study of Kurukshetra City”, SCMS Journal of Indian Management Vol.9 No.4, pp.55-64. 2 of 6
• Kumar, Anil. (2012), “Dimensionality of Consumer Beliefs toward Billboard Advertising Journal of Marketing and Communication”, May-August (2012).
• Kumar, Anil. and Bhan, K (2012), “Customer Perception about E-Banking: A Survey”, Journal of Practicing Manager, Vol.1 No.2, pp.38-50.
• Kumar, Anil. (2012), “Social Marketing: A Tool of Social Change and Development”, International Journal of NSB Management Review, Vol.4 No.1, pp.68-76.
• Kumar, Anil. (2012), “Consumer Buying Behaviour on Mobile Phone: A Comparative Study”, International Journal of Research in Computer, Application and Management, Vol.2 No.1, pp.122-127.
• Kumar, Anil. and Rathee, N. (2012), “Employees Job Satisfaction: A Study of Private Professional Colleges in Haryana State”, International Journal of Research in Commerce and Management Vol.3 No.1, pp. 82-86.
• Kumar, Anil. and Rathee, N. (2012), “Stress Management Factors and Its Interrelationship with Job Satisfaction”, International Journal of Research in Commerce and Management Vol.3 No.3, pp.80-85.
• Kumar, Anil. (2012), “A Study on Consumer Perception about their Existing Mobile Connections”, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publication, Vol.2 No.4, pp.1-8
• Kumar, Anil. (2012), “The Effect of Billboards Advertisement on Consumer”, BPR Technologia: A Journal of Science, Technology and Management, Vol.1 No.1, pp.44-53.
• Kumar, Anil. (2012), “Bank Marketing: New Strategy in Today Banking Sector”, BPR Technologia: A Journal of Science, Technology and Management, Vol.1 No.2, pp.17-26.
• Kumar, Anil. and Dash, M. K. (2014), “Developing a Network Relation Map (NRM) of Electronic Consumer Decision Making Style Based on DEMATEL Approach”, Decision Science Letters.
• Kumar, Anil. and Dash, M. K. (2014), “Combined artificial bee colony algorithm and machine learning techniques for prediction online consumer behaviour”, Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence.
• Singh, D., Kumar, Anil. and Dash, M. K. (2014), “Using AHP to Develop Hierarchy Structural Model (HSM) of Consumers Online Decision Making”, International Journal of Intercultural and Management.
• Dash, M. K. and Kumar, Anil. (2014), “Using Generalized TOPSIS for Product Involvement and Online Consumer Decision Making Style”, in Kumar and Dash (Ed.), Fuzzy Optimization and Multi-Criteria Decision Making in Digital Marketing, IGI Global, USA.
• Kumar, Anil and Dash, M. K. (2014), “Using Fuzzy DEMATEL for Modelling of Online Consumer Decision Making”, in Kumar and Dash (Ed.), Fuzzy Optimization and Multi-Criteria Decision Making in Digital Marketing, IGI Global, USA.
• Kumar, Anil and Dash, M. K. (2013), “Constructing Causal Structural Relationship Models of Online Decision Making Styles Perspectives and Criteria using DEMATEL Approach”, Electronic Commerce Research.
• Arora, Jaskiran, “Why are the Self Help Groups (SHGs) in Decline?” Indian Economic Journal, Volume 60(1), Arora J, & Tiwari A., April- June, 2012
• Arora Jaskiran, “Islamic Banking & Conventional Banking: A Comparative Analysis”, Asia Pacific Journal of Research in Business Management”, October, 2011 Volume 2, Issue 10.
• Arora Jaskiran, “A Study on The Effects Of Merger & Acquisitions In The Indian Banking Industry”, International Journal of Research in Computer Application and Management, Volume No. 1 (2011), Issue No. 7 (September).
• Arora Jaskiran, “Growth Story of FDI: Doing Business In India”, Apotheosis-Tirpude’s National Journal of Business Research, 2011; Volume|1 Issue|1
• Arora Jaskiran, “Macroeconomic Indicators as Determinants of Stock Price Movements in India.” The Indian Journal of Capital Market (BSE publication), July – September 2007
• Arora Jaskiran, “Stock Market Valuations and Interest Rates.” SFIMAR Research Review in the July 2007
• Arora Jaskiran, “Foreign Institutional Investments: Does the Indian capital Market stand to gain from it?” Indian Journal of Commerce, Jan – Apr; 2007
• Arora Jaskiran, “Rampant FII: “Will the Indian capital market benefit from it?” SFIMAR Research Review, December 2006
• Choudhary, Sangita, “Brief History of Economic Crisis- A Literature Review”, Amity Management Review, 2013
• Choudhary, Sangita, Analyzing the Robust Factors of Overconfidence Bias and its Impact: An Interpretive Structural Modelling Approach, Indian Journal of Research in Capital Market, September 5, 2015
• Garg, Ruchi., Mukherjee, J., Biswas, S., & Kataria, A., An investigation of antecedents and consequences of brand love in India. Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration, 2015, 7(2).
• Garg, Ruchi. and Kataria, A. “Why do consumers articulate electronics negative word of mouth? A study on online auto portals using theory of reasoned action” Asia Pacific Journal of research in Business management, 2013, 4(3), 56-75.
• Kataria, A., & Garg, Ruchi. “Factors Affecting Green Purchase Behaviour: An In-Depth Study of Indian Consumers. Journal of Management Research-SCMS Noida, 2013. 1(2), 3-17.
• Kataria, A., & Garg, Ruchi., Effective Internal Communication: A Way Towards Sustainability. International Journal of Business Insights and Transformation, 2013, 6(2), 46-52.
• Chhikara Ritu, “Symbiosis between Traditional and Modern Retail”, SAR (South-Asian Region) Economist, July 2014
• Chhikara Ritu, “Restructuring of Labour Market- Labour Market Reforms”, Business Today, May 2015
• Chhikara Ritu, “Relationship between Skills, Capital, Technology and Strategies for Skill Formation” SME World, July 2015
• Singh Davinder, “Research Focus and Methodologies for Understanding Innovation in Small-Medium Enterprises (SMEs)”, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Environment Perspectives, Apr-June 2015
• Panda Tapan K, Effects of Service Quality and Salesperson Characteristics on Consumer Trust and Relationship Commitment: An Empirical Study on Insurance Buyers in India, Vision, The Journal of Business Perspective, Vol 17, No-4, December 2013, pp 285-292.
• Panda T K et al, Does Emotional Appeal work in Advertising? The Rationality Behind Using Emotional Appeal in Creating Favorable Brand Attitude, IUP Journal of Brand Management, Vol X, No-2, June, 2013, pp 7-23
• Panda T K, & Mohanty P K, Adoption of Supply Chain Management Strategies as a Response to Bull Whip Effect From the Perspective of Indian Retailers, IUP Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol X, No-3, September 2013, pp 19-38.
• Panda T K et al, Search Engine Marketing: Does the Knowledge Discovery Process Help Online Retailers, The IUP Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol XI, No-3, July 2013, pp 56-66
• Panda T K et al, Sectoral Adoption Analysis of Cloud Computing y Examining Dissatisfier Landscape, Electronic Journal of Information System Evaluation, Vol-16, No-3, 2013, pp 211-219
• Panda T K & Mohanty P K, Supply Chain Management Practices and Scope for Bullwhip Effect in Indian Dry grocery Business, The IUP Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol IX, No-3, September 2012.
• Panda T K & Mohanty P K, Supply Chain Management and Bull Whip Effect: A Conceptual Framework for Efficiency Improvement in Supply Chain, The IUP Journal of Supply Chain Management, Vol III, No-4, December 2011.
• Panda T K et al, A Conceptual Model of Customer-Company Dynamics in the Convergence Era, PES Business Review, Vol 1, Issue 2, 2006.
• Panda T K et al Consideration set and Marketing Related Information Search in the Worldwide Web, The ICFAI Journal of Consumer Behavior, Vol1, No1, 2006
• Panda T K, To Extend or Not to Extend, Finding the Brand Fit, Advertising Express, May 2006.
• Panda T K, Aryashree Devapriya, Anti-Dumping Retaliation- A Common Threat to International Trade, Global Business Review, Vol 7, No 2, 2006.
• Panda T K, Using Strategic Combat to Manage CRM, Indian Management, Vol 45, Issue 8, 2006.
• Panda T K, An Integrated Destination Planning for Marketing- A Case Study of Orissa, Siddhant, Vol 6, No 2 &3, 2006
• Panda T K, Ancient Philosophy: Commodity Branding, Advertising Express, Vol.VI, Issue 4
• Panda T K, Branding in a Crowded Market:3 D Framework for Commodity Branding, The ICFAI Journal of Brand Management, Vol-3, No.1, 2006
• Panda T K, The Myth of Indian Rural Market-Challenges and Illusions, Marketing Mastermind, Vol VI, No 2, 2006
• Panda T K, The New Landscape for Marketers, Indian Management, 2006
• Panda T K, Sex Oriented Advertising and Its Impact on Attitude of Teenagers: Application of Behavior Intention Model Across Product Categories, Vision, The Journal of Business Perspective, Vol. 9, No 4, 2006
• Panda T K, Studying Entrepreneurial Seriousness amid Small Business Of Orissa, The ICFAI Journal of Entrepreneurship Development, Vol II, No 4, 2006
• Panda T K, et al, From Tacit to Explicit: Role of Business Intelligence and Employees Commitment in Bridging the Divide between Human Resource Management and Knowledge Management, ICFAI Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol. III, No 4. 2006
• Panda T K, Advertising a Brand’s Personality through Symbolism and Imagery, Marketing Mastermind, Vol. 5, Issue 2, 2006
• Panda T K, Food Marketing to Children, The Prevalent Paranoia and Policy Rectifications, Advertising Express, November 2005,
• Panda T K, Being Current while Looking Historic: Strategies for Heritage Branding, Advertising Express, Vol. VI, Issue 1, 2005-6
• Panda T K, Customer Relationship Management in Retail Banking, SCMS Journal of Management, Vol. 3, October 2005
• Panda TK, Pricing Innovative Products Through Internet Research, Marketing Mastermind, October 2005, p 2-8
• Panda TK, Predicting Behavioral Intention for Purchase and Positioning of New Brand, Journal of Marketing and Communication, Vol 1, Issue 2.
• Panda TK, Employee Commitment, The Bridge Between Human Resource Management and Knowledge Management, HRM Review: October, 2005, pp 47-55
• Panda TK, Making Advertising Work Through Cognitive Elaboration, Indian Management, September, 2005
• Panda TK, Sexual Liberalism or Harassment, Advertising Express, August 2005
• Panda TK, Consumer Response to Brand Placements in Films: Role of Brand Congruity and Modality of Presentation in Bringing Attitudinal Change among Consumers with special reference to Brand Placements in Hindi Films, South Asian Journal of Management, Vol 11, Issue 4, October-December, 2004
• Panda TK, Changing Paradigms, Competitive Strategies and Role of Integrated Marketing Communication in Building Brands in Indian Market”, published in Management and Labor Studies, Vol. 29, No 3, August 2004.
• Panda TK, Effectiveness of Product Placements in Indian Films and Its Effects on Brand Memory and Attitude with Special Reference to Hindi Films published in ICFAI Journal of Marketing Management in August 2004.
• Panda TK, Branding India: Strategic Challenges and Possible Approaches, Advertising Express, July 2004
• Panda TK, Leveraging Brands through Extensions and factors Influencing Consumer Acceptance of Extensions across Product Categories, published in South Asian Journal of Management, October 2003, Vol 10, No-4 pp 7-12
• Panda TK, Marketing Misgivings and Indian Consumer Scope for Competitive Conduct. The ICFAI Journal of Management Research, July 2003, Vol2, No-4, pp5-14
• Panda TK, Sustainable Change through Transfer of Technology and Tribal Produce Marketing- A Case Study of the Dongriya Kondh of Orissa, published in Social Change, March 2003, Vol33, No-1
• Panda TK, Entrepreneurial Success and Risk perception among Small Scale Entrepreneurs of eastern India published in Journal of Entrepreneurship, Volume 11, No-2, 2002
• Panda TK, Changing Consumer Attitude through SMS Advertising published in Advertising Express, Volume III, Issue-I, January, 2002
• Panda TK, Creating Customer Life time value through Effective CRM in financial services industry published in Journal of Services Research, Volume 2, Number 2, October 2002-March 2003
• Panda TK, An application of Multi Dimensional Scaling Model towards brand positioning of Mutual funds: A case study of Tax saving schemes published in Finance India, Vol XVI, No-3,September, 2002.
• Panda TK, Building Strong Brands for Competitive Advantage published in Business Research, October, 2002
• Panda TK, Strategic Advantage through Co-branding published in Pratibimba, Vol-2, Issue-2, July- December 2002
• Panda TK, The Vanishing Act Published in ICFAI Portfolio Organizer, September 2002
• Panda TK, Creating Customer Value Focused Organization through Employment Branding published in Management and Labour Studies Volume-27, No-3, July, 2002
• Panda TK, Service Quality Value alignment through Internal Customer Orientation in Financial Services- an Exploratory Study in Indian Banks published in The ICFAI Journal of Applied Finance, vol 8, No-03, May, 2002
• Panda TK, Brand Management: Hiring Mind Space published in Management Today, Vol 3,No-1, April 2002
• Panda TK, et al, Socio Political Barrier to Tourism Marketing in South Asia published in South Asian Journal of Management, Vol 9, Issue-1, January 2002
• Panda TK, Entrepreneurial Success- Key Indicator Analysis in Indian Context, published in the Conference Proceedings of 7th South Asian Management Forum 2002 on Breaking Dawn – Towards South Asian Economic Renaissance, April 15th-17th, 2002
• Panda TK, Marketing@speed, published in Siddhanta- A Journal of Decision Making 2(1) 2001
• Panda TK, Use of Phonetics in Creating Hawking Brands published in Business Research,Vol-2, No-2,
• Panda TK, et al, Customer Orientation in Designing New Mutual Fund Products published in The ICFAI Journal of Applied Finance, Volume-7, Number-5, September 2001
• Panda TK, An Alternative Method for Developing New Tourism Products published in Siddhanta- A Journal of Decision Making1 (1) 2001.
• Panda TK, Recent Trends in Marketing of Public Issues; an empirical Study of Investor’s Perception published in The ICFAI journal of Applied Finance, Volume -7, Number-1, January, 2001
• Panda TK, Job satisfaction of Dot Com Employees published in Management and Labor Studies, Vol. 26, No-2, April 2001
Edited Volumes/ Book Chapters
• Chakrabarti G., C. Sen, (2007), “Calendar Anomaly in Indian Stock Market: A Case for Risk Mismeasurement?”, Second Generation Reforms: What is to be done? Edited by Prof. Debnarayan Sarker, Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi (2007).
• Chakrabarti G. and C. Sen, (2008), “November Effect in Indian Stock Market in Recent Years: A Contagion from Global Market?” A Collection of Essays in Finance, Edited by Basabi Bhattacharya and Malabika Roy, Allied Publishers, New Delhi.
• Sarkar A., Chakrabarti G. and C. Sen, (2009), “Volatility Spillover: A Study of India’s FII, Foreign Exchange Market and Stock Market 2002-2007”, Globalization, Foreign Capital and Development, Edited by Prof. Byasdeb Dasgupta, Regal Publishers, New Delhi.
• Sarkar, A., Chakrabarti, G. and C. Sen, (Forthcoming), Volatility, Long Memory and Chaos: A Discussion on some “Stylized Facts” in Financial Markets with a focus on High Frequency Data, Edited volume from Springer.
• Arora, Jaskiran, “Sourcing of Funds for Microfinance Industry In India: The Way Forward” published in the Book on ‘Emerging Issues in Microfinance’ Chapter 1 pp – 15 -24; DVS publishers. 2013.
• Arora Jaskiran, “Emerging Paradigms in Commerce & Management Education” on “Transforming MBA for the 21st Century”, published by GSSDGC Khalsa College Patiala, 2010, pp 84 -93
• Arora Jaskiran, published in an edited book on “New Economic Global order: Challenges & Opportunities” published by Research India Publications, 2009. Pp 305-317
• Choudhary, Sangita, paper published in Conference Proceeding of Global Conference on “Managing in Recovering Markets” organized by Management Development Institute, Gurgaon on “Whistleblowing-An ISM Approach”
• Panda TK, Economic Liberalization and Rural Development published in Globalization and Dimensions of Management in India, Edited by Prof Atmanand, Shipra Publications, 1997.
• Panda TK, Rural Exodus and Innovative Alternatives for Rural Development published in Innovations in Asian Management, edited by Dharani P.Sinha, Delta Publishing House, 1996.
• Sen C., G. Chakrabarti and A. Sarkar, The Efficacy of Intervention in a Chaotic Foreign Exchange Market: An Empirical Study in INR-USD Exchange Rate.
• Panda, T K, “Marketing Misgivings and Scope for Competitive Conduct”, Working Paper Series WPL/IIML/2002/20.
• Panda, T K, “Teaching Business Ethics in Indian Business Schools- An Unparalleled Task!”, Working Paper Series WPL/IIML/2002/17.
• Panda, T K, “Tourism Marketing in India”, Working Paper Series WPL/IIML/2001/03.
• Panda, T K, “A Study in Indian small Car Industry” Working Paper Series WPL/IIML/2001/13.
• Panda, T K, “Entrepreneurial Success – A Study on the Grass root Level Organizations in Eastern India’ IIML Working Paper 2002/06
• Panda Tapan K, Who is eating your Glucose Biscuit: A case study on Brand Tracking, Indian Management, May, 2016
• Singh, Davinder, Books for Change -Reorienting Business and Marketing Strategies, Ivey Cases, Jan. 2013
• Singh, Davinder, Field Fresh Foods Private Limited: Way Forward for Frozen Vegetable Business, Ivey Cases Sep. 2015
• Arora Jaskiran, “Exploring Joint venture as a collaborative arrangement” published in “Vision- International Journal” in the January-June, 2011 Volume 1 Number 1 (ISSN 2231-3311).
• Arora Jaskiran, “Mahindra Renault JV : Why It’s on the end of The Road” in “HSB Research Review”, Vol. 2 No.2 July – December, 2011.
• Arora, Jaskiran, The Social Ion changes that IFRS bring to the financial statement presentation: A case study of Infosys, Jan-12, 2016
Papers Presented at Conferences
• Chakrabarti G. and C. Sen, “Calendar Anomaly: Some Evidence in Indian Stock Market”, by International Conference on Issues in Finance-Theory and Empirics during 2 nd-3rd January, 2008 organized by the Centre for Advanced Studies, Dept. of Economics, Jadavpur University, Kolkata.
• Chakrabarti G. and C. Sen, “Long Memory in Indian Stock Market: An Autocorrelation Based Approach”, at the National Conference on “Contemporary Issues in Economic Development” held during 5th – 6th March, 2009 organized by the Department of Economics, University of Kalyani.
• Sarkar, A. Chakrabarti, G. and C. Sen, “Volatility in Indian Stock Markets in Recent Years: A Study of Market and Inter-sectoral Transmission” , at the 45th Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric Society (TIES) held at the Guwahati University, Guwahati, 8-10 January, 2009.
• Mukherjee, I., C. Sen and A. Sarkar, “A Study of Complexity and Stylized Facts in Financial Markets – Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Evidence from India” at the AESCS 2009 in November 13-14, 2009 at National Chengchi University, Taiwan.
• Sen, C., Chakrabarti, G., Mukherjee, I. and A. Sarkar, “An Investigation into Possible Presence of Chaos : A Study of Selected Exchange rates vis-à-vis Indian Rupee During 1998 – 2009” at the International Conference on Globalization, Economic Development and Market Economies at the University of Kalyani on 17-18 December, 2009.
• ” by Sen, C., Chakrabarti, G., Sarkar, A. and I. Mukherjee, “Examination of Nonlinearity, Determinism and Chaos: An Analysis of Three Foreign Currencies vis-à-vis Indian Rupee at the national conference on Economics at Rabindrabharati University, Kolkata on 25-26th March, 2010.
• Sen, C., Chakrabarti, G. and A. Sarkar, “Long Memory in Foreign Exchange Market: Myth or Reality? – A Study of Selected Currencies Around the Globe in Terms of Indian Rupee” Conference on Macro and Financial Economics, Brunel Macroeconomic Research Centre and Qualitative Analysis in Social Sciences, Brunel University, May 27, 2010
• Sen, C., Chakrabarti, G., Mukherjee, I. and A. Sarkar, “Long Memory in Some Asian Stock Markets”, 2nd European Asian Association Conference in Economics & Finance, Beijing , September 7-11, 2010.
• Sen, C., G. Chakrabarti and A. Sarkar, “Long Memory in Foreign Exchange Market: Myth or Reality? – A study of selected currencies around the globe in terms of Indian Rupee” at the 9th International Conference of the Japan Economic Policy Association (JEPA), Waseda University, Tokyo, November 27-28, 2010.
• Sen, C. and G. Chakrabarti , “The Efficacy of Intervention in a Chaotic Foreign Exchange Market: An Empirical Study in INR-USD Exchange Rate Series” at the International Finance Conference 2011 at IIM Calcutta on 12th January 2011.*
• Sen, C., “FDI and Economic Growth in India” at the International Conference on “The Services sector in the Indian Economy: Can Services be the Lead Sector?” at the G D Goenka World Institute, January 2011.*
• Sen, C. and G. Chakrabarti “Is Green Good? A Study of Volatility and Chaos in Indian Stock Market”, at the Global Conference on Service Management, Auro University, Surat, 4-5 January, 2014.
• Kumar, A. and Dash M. K., “Exploration of Differences Groups of Consumers about e-service Dimensions and their e-satisfaction”, National Conference on Paradigm for Sustainable Business: People, Planet and Profit held at Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee (8-9th, March), 2013, Got the best research paper award. 3 of 6
• Kumar, A., “Consumer Buying Behaviour and Motivational Factors of Mobile Handset: A Study using Independent Samples z-test”, National Conference on Emerging Challenges for Sustainable Business held at Indian Institute of Technology, 2012, Roorkee (1-2th June).
• Kumar, A., “Change Management: HRMs Roles & Responsibility”, 5th International Conference on Emerging Economic: Challenges & Opportunities held at Gian Jyoti Institute of Management & Technology, Mohali , 2012,(18-19th March).
• Kumar, A., “Enhancing the Quality & Accessibility of Higher Education through the Use of Information and Communication Technology”, UGC Sponsored National Conference on Re-Engineering and Benchmarking in Higher Education Sector in India: A Way Forward through ICTs held at PG Government College, Chandigarh 2011, (19th March).
• Kumar, A., “Bank Marketing Mix: A New Strategy in Todays Banking Sector”, National Conference on Contemporary Issues in Marketing and Intellectual Property Rights Innovative held at University School of Management Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi2011, (26th March).
• Kumar, A., “Social Marketing: A Tool of Social Change and Development”, National Conference on Contemporary Issues in Marketing and Intellectual Property Rights Innovative held at University School of Management Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi 2011, (26th March).
• Arora Jaskiran, presented at “Growth and Sustainability of Self Help Groups: A case study of a NGO in Gurgaon” at British Northern Universities India Forum Conference, 2012, Lancaster India Centre, January 4-5, Taj Club House, Chennai, India.
• Arora Jaskiran, presented on “Microfinance Industry in India – The way forward” at Lancaster India Center Conference in July, 2011 held at Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
• Arora Jaskiran , presented on “Transforming MBA for the 21st Century” during the National Seminar on Emerging Paradigms in Commerce & Management Education on 5th September 2009 organized by Khalsa College, Patiala & PCMA.
• Arora Jaskiran, paper on “Global Accounting Convergence and Adoption of IFRS: Implementation challenges for Banks in India” in International conference on “New Economic Global order” held at JK business school on 19th and 20th August 2009.
• Arora Jaskiran, paper on “Indian GAAP: Towards convergence with IFRS” on June 14th, 2009 in a National conference on “International Financial Reporting Standards, held at GNA, Phagwara.
• Arora Jaskiran, paper presented in National Conference on “Changing paradigms in 21st century” conducted by Amity Business School on May, 2005
• Choudhary, Sangita, paper presented in 14th International Conference organized by RDA and RDRF in collaboration with Rajasthan Chamber of Commerce & Industry on “Impact of Regulatory Reforms to Change the Competitive Structure of Indian Telecom Industry on the Stock Market Valuation of Indian Telcos.” (Awarded with best paper in finance domain)
• Choudhary, Sangita, paper presented in 11th International Conference organized by RDA and RDRF in collaboration with Rajasthan Chamber of Commrece & Industry on “Resurrection from the Crisis- Analytical Study of Performance of Indian Banks after the Financial Crisis.” (Awarded with best paper in finance domain and published in Indian Accounting Journal)
• Choudhary, Sangita, paper presented in 10th International Conference organized by RDA and RDRF in collaboration with Rajasthan Chamber of Commerce & Industry on “Effectiveness of Stimulus Packages- A Critical Analysis of strategies adopted by developed and developing countries in the wake of recession triggered by financial crisis of 2007-2009.”(Awarded with best paper in finance domain)
• Choudhary, Sangita, presented and published in 2nd National Conference organized by Department of Management Studies, Poornima Group of colleges, Jaipur on “Business Strategies and Economic Growth- The Way Forward” on “Impact of Overseas Acquisitions on Stock Market Valuations of Taking over Indian Companies.” (Awarded with best paper in finance domain)
• Choudhary, Sangita, paper presented in 1st National Conference organized by Department of Management Studies, Poornima Group of Colleges, Jaipur on “Paradigm Shift in Business Practices: Challenges and Perspectives” on “Use of Investment Analysis Tools and Techniques by investors before and after the crisis.” (Awarded with best paper in finance domain)
• Choudhary, Sangita, paper presented in National Conference on “Expectations and Challenges of Management” on “Impact of Global Recession on Indian Stock Market.”
• Choudhary, Sangita, paper presented in National Conference on “What’s next” on “Foreseeing Challenges of Marketing.”
• Chikkara, Ritu, presented a paper titled “Segmentation of Cinema Audiences in the Indian Movie Industry: A Marketing Strategy Perspective” at International Marketing Conference, IIM Calcutta, Dec’2014
• Garg Ruchi, “To investigate the proximal and distal co-variates of brand love: A quantitative study in India” in International Conference: The Academy of Marketing’s 11th Global brand conference on “Brand that do good” 27-29 April, 2016
• Panda T, K, Analysis of Cloud Adoption Trends in Emerging economies using Tetra Threat Framework, The Second International Conference on Information Technology and Business Application, Palenbang, Indonesia, 22-23 February, 2013
• Arora, Jaskiran Proceeding of UGC Sponsored National Conference Book – Emerging Issues in International Trade and Finance in Post-Recession Period IND-AS: The IFRS compliant Reporting: Should it be made mandatory? 1-Mar-2016
• Panda T, K, Decision variables Influencing Cloud Adoption by SME sector: A Conjoint Analysis Mapping, National Conference on Business Analytics and Business Intelligence, Institute of Public Enterprises, Hyderabad, 2013
• Panda T, K, Cloud Computing and Modelling of Cash Flows for Full Versus Fractional Adoption of Cloud, International Conference on Business and Information Systems, 2012, Singapore
• Panda T, K, Analysis of the Convergence of Buyer and Seller Interests in e-commerce Space, International Conference on Business and Information Systems, 2013, Dubai
• Panda T, K, Positioning Cloud Computing as a Strategic Tool to Build Product Service Continuum, International Conference on Business and Information Systems, 2013, Dubai
• Panda T, K, Analysis of Dissatisfiers that Inhibit Cloud Computing Adoption across Multiple Customer Segments, 4th International Conference on Information management and Evaluation (ICIMA), Saigon, Vietnam, May 2013, pp 145-151
• Panda T, K, Competitive Advantage through Mergers and Acquisitions for Indian Pharmaceutical Industry, International Conference on Business and Information Systems, 2013, Dubai
• Panda T, K, Analysis of Globalization Approaches of Leading Indian Corporate Groups and linking it to their Financial Performance, International Conference on Business and Information Systems, 2013, Dubai
• Panda T, K, Critical Investments in Africa: Beyond Poverty Alleviation, International Conference on Business and Information Systems, 2013, Dubai
• Panda T, K, Market Misgivings and Indian Consumer- Scope for Competitive Conduct published in International workshop and conference proceeding held on May 1-4, 2002 at Mendoza School of Business, University of Notre Dome, Indianapolis, USA
• Panda T, K, Online Branding: Leveraging Offline Brands, published in International Conference Proceedings, Conference held on Nov 19-2, 2001 by Institute of Management and Information Technology, Cuttack
• Panda T, K, Strategic Issues in Global Branding published in International Conference Proceeding, conference held on Dec 2001, 20-22 at MDI Gurgaon, 2001
• Panda T, K, Brand Extensions in Destination Marketing- A Case Study of Sustainable Tourism in Chillika Lake in International Workshop on Restoration of Chillika Lagoon during January 18-20, 2002.
• Panda T.K, Markstrat Simulation Training at Stratex Simulations Paris, France, April 11-12, 2013.
• Panda, T K, Digital Marketing Summit 2012 at Indian School of Business, Hyderabad on Nov10-11 Hyderabad, 2012
• Panda, T K, IBM- ISB Service Science Workshop at ISB Hyderabad on 14-15th September 2012.
• Panda T K, Journal of Consumer Satisfaction, Dissatisfaction and Complaining Behavior, 2012 Biennial conference held at University of La Verne, Claremont, USA and presented a paper on June 20-24, 2012 and presented a paper on ‘Role of Internal Marketing on Service Quality Orientation on Customer Satisfaction: A case Study of Stock Brokerage Firms of India”.
• Panda T K, North American Society for Marketing Educators of India (NASMEI) conference at Great Lakes in December 2011.
• Panda T K, ‘Talk Shop-2010” organized by Retailers Association of India at Gyanam School of Business, Tanjavore in 2010 as a guest speaker.
• Panda T K, e-Asia conference in Hyderabad as a speaker in 2010 and spoke on education technology at grass roots
• Panda T K, 6th AsiaCALL International conference on ‘Computers and Language Learning Technologies in and for the developing economies and presented a paper on ‘Death of Distance in Management Education” November17-19, 2007.
• Panda T K, Key Note Speaker in the International Conference on ‘Innovation on Tourism: Competitiveness and Sustainability’ organized by IITTM, Bhubaneswar, December 20-22, 2007
• Panda, TK, Key Note Address at AICTE Sponsored National Seminar on ‘Marketing in the New Digital Era” organized by Sona School of Management and Chaired a session on ‘Customer Relationship Management”, September15-16, 2007.
• Panda T K, presented a paper on ‘Role of Information Technology in Customer Relationship Management’ in the International Conference at Goa jointly organized by PES Bangalore and Indiana University at Pennsylvania USA, January 8-10,2007
• Panda T K, attended International Conference on Management Cases organized by IMT Ghazabad and George Mason University, USA and chaired a session on Strategic Management and presented a case’ Tata Motors”, December 8-10, 2006
• Panda, T K, attended a national conference on Marketing of Financial Services as Chief Guest organized by Viswakarma Institute of management Pune, March 4-5, 2006
• Panda, T K, attended a national conference on Special Interest Tourism Marketing, organized by Department of Tourism, Govt. of India and Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Bhubaneswar as Key Note Speaker, March 25-27, 2006.
• Panda, T K, attended International Conference on Product Innovation jointly organized by NASMEI and IIT Madras, 21-23, December, 2005
• Panda, T K, attended International conference on Marketing in the age of Convergence organized by IIMKozhikode and MAI and presented a paper’ Convergence and Challenges of Building a Digital Brand’, Chaired session on ‘Marketing implication of functional Convergence and Technical Convergence”, January 6-8, 2006
• Panda, T K, attended International Conference on Management Cases organized by IMT Ghazabad and George Mason University, USA and chaired a session on Strategic Management and presented a case’ Global Marketing: A Case of ICICI Bank”, December 19-20, 2005
• Panda, T K, attended the National Conference organized by ICFAI Business School Bangalore and chaired a session on Trends in Research in Consumer behavior in Indian Markets. Delivered a lecture on the plenary titled “Paradigm Shift and Aftermath”, October 28-29, 2004, Bangalore
• Panda, T K, attended The National Convention of Association of Management Schools at Goa and presented paper, “Effectiveness of Product Placements in Indian Films and Its Effects on Brand Memory and Attitude with Special Reference to Hindi Films” in August 2004
• Panda T K, organized a National Seminar on “Building Brands in Indian Market” at Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode during December 13-14,2003
• Panda, T K, attended Notre Dame Research Workshop and Conference on Marketing Competitive Conduct and Antitrust Policy at Mendoza School of Business, South Bend, Notre Dame, May 2-4, 2002 and presented a paper titled “Market Misgivings and Indian Consumer- Scope for Competitive Conduct”
• Panda T K, attended Seventh South Asian Management Forum, the International Convention of Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia at Male, Maldives and presented a paper on “Entrepreneurial Success- Key Indicator Analysis in Indian Context” (15-17) April2002
• Panda, T K attended India Brand Summit held at Mumbai during Nov (20-22), 2001 and chaired a technical session on Service Branding.
• Panda, T K, attended the opening seminar on “Meeting the challenges of a borderless economy: WTO and allied issues” organized by Strategic Management Forum in association with IIM Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Lucknow and Calcutta at IIMLucknow and presented a paper titled “Dumping and Strategic Implications for Indian Marketers” during February 24-25, 2001.
• Panda, T K, attended National Conference organized by Indian Institute of Travel and Tourism Management, Govt of India in association with Dept. Of Tourism, Govt of Orissa and presented a paper “Socio-Political Barriers to Tourism Promotion in India” February, 2001
• Panda, T K attended International Conference at Bhubaneswar on “Information Technology and E-Commerce” organized by OTIS and OSME in association with University of Texas, USA and presented a paper “Death of Dotcom” during Dec-20-22, 2000
• Panda, T K, attended International Conference on “Customer Relationship Management” held at MDI, Gurgaon during November 22-24, 2000
• Panda, T K, attended an International Workshop on World Class Marketing: Destination 2000, Organized by Center for Services Management, XLRI Jamshedpur in collaboration with NASMEI, USA and SLIM, Colombo, (1-3) October 1999.
• Panda T K, attended an International Workshop on Management Consulting Skills Organized by Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA) held at CIRT, PUNE (15-17) September 1999.
• Panda T K, attended the International Convention of AMDISA in Thimpu, Bhutan and presented a paper on “Tribal Produce Marketing- An application of Multiplier Effect Model” (24-28) April 1998.
• Panda T K, attended the International Convention of Association of Management Development institutions in Bangladesh (AMDIB) at Dhaka, Bangladesh and presented a paper on “Pasture Haunting for Indian Brands-South Asian Perspective”. (16-20) May 1996.
• Panda T K, attended International Convention of Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA) in Colombo, Sri Lanka and presented a paper on “Transfer of Appropriate Technology through NGOs- Need for a Marketing Approach”. (24-26) April 1996.
• Panda T K, attended a three weeks Orientation Program for technical teachers financed by AICTE and organized by Academic Staff College, Utkal University (14, March-3rd April) 1996.
• Panda, T K attended a Workshop on “Teaching Business Ethics in Management Schools” Organized by XLRI. Jamshedpur under the auspices of JRD TATA Foundation for Business Ethics (26-28), February 1996.
• Panda, T K, attended 7th Management Convention of Association of Indian Management Schools at Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta and presented a paper titled: Developmental Marketing, August 1995.
• Panda, T K, attended National Workshop on “Management By Indian Ethos: Human Value Perspective” Organized by Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta in collaboration with A.I.M.S, (19-24) June 1995
• Panda T K, attended 5th Management Convention of Association of Indian Management Schools at Thiruvanantapuram, Kerala and was a winner in the National Case Writing Competition (Case Title: Destination Marketing: Toshali Sands, Address of a New Village) 1993.
• Panda Tapan K, The Ps and Qs of Global Branding, Hindu Business Line
• Panda Tapan K, Taking A brand Global, Hindu Business Line
• Panda Tapan K, Advertising and Branding, The Economic Times
• Panda Tapan K, Wooing Rural Customers, The Hindu Business Line
• Panda Tapan K, Lalitaji and Empowerment, The Hindu Business Line
• Panda Tapan K, Advertising and Branding, Economic Times, 2001
Papers Under Review
• Antecedents and consequences of brand love: A quantitative study in India. An investigation into the concept of brand love and its proximal and distal co-variates: A mixed method research in India.
• Chikkara Ritu, “Segmentation of Cinema Audiences in the Indian Movie Industry: A Marketing Strategy Perspective”, under review by Aweshkar, Jounal of Welingkar Institute of Management
• Chikkara, Ritu, “Shop-floor employees’ evaluation of HR practices followed in modern retail firms in India: A gap analysis”, under review by International Journal of Human Resource Development and Management by Inderscience Publishers
The School of Management at BMU is establishing a successful tradition of creating academic research centres to focus our teaching, research and community outreach around particularly important subjects for general managers. Building on the foundational excellence of the school’s curriculum, we intend to strengthen these centres to support the following four key areas in a move that we know will distinguish us from other business schools.
- Financial Economics
- Information Technology and Management
- Inclusive Innovation
These Centres foster and support research, broaden the curriculum, inspire case writing and engage our alumni & surrounding community. By building excellence in these four critical areas on top of our best-in-class foundational and disciplinary learning, we will ensure the school’s leadership position for the next generation of students and faculty.
Each research centre has partner companies that often serve as testing sites for the school’s research programmes. The output of research is shared with all partner companies. The school’s faculty has a broad research agenda that cuts across all disciplines. We are currently in the process of setting up the Centre for Intelligent Insights, Centre for Financial Research and Centre for Inclusive Innovation.
The Centre for Intelligent Insights at BMU is a forum for exchanging knowledge & business understanding between the academic and corporate worlds as also to provide research-based insights to organisations, with the objective of improving decision-quality, adding to their competitive advantage and improving overall service delivery. The Centre will aim to provide insights on consumer behaviour, insights on leadership and employee engagement issues and business analytics, among others. This would be done through a multi-pronged approach, viz.
- Knowledge creation and maintenance – Conducting cutting edge research in contemporary management practices, including in emerging markets, through industry collaborations, building up a ‘library’ of seminal research work in relevant areas- drawing from quantitative, qualitative & interpretive research paradigms and producing white-papers, monographs & research-based articles.
- Knowledge dissemination – Conducting training programmes and workshops, organising an ‘Intelligent Insight seminar series’, publishing research findings in peer-reviewed national and international journals and other industry-academic interfaces.
Designed to attract significant participation from students, the Centre will also help to enhance students’ learning opportunities.
The vision of the CFR is to be a premier Banking and Finance Research Centre in Asia. The Centre for Financial Research is dedicated to promoting high-quality research in banking and finance, development of new teaching materials in the area of finance for the school’s MBA, Executive Education and Doctoral programmes and dissemination of new knowledge through seminars, workshops and conferences. The Centre is especially interested in sponsoring research of importance to the financial community of India.
The Centre supports its faculty with supplemental grants to be used for the purchase of datasets, travel and subscriptions. In addition, the Centre uses its resources to purchase important research related databases and equipment. The Centre also supports Ph.D. students.
The Director of the centre is appointed by the Dean and serves for a term of three years. The Centre has a Faculty Oversight Committee which consists of four members. This Committee consults with the Dean regarding budgetary and oversight issues.
The activities of the centre include:
- Publication of books, cases, research papers and policy briefs. The centre maintains a working paper series of papers written by the school’s faculty. Recent studies include the efficacy of anchor investors in book building and the impact of dividend tax changes on valuations of firms.
- An annual international conference in finance intended to attract scholars from Asia and the world at large
- A visiting scholar programme that brings together outstanding academics from around the world. Visiting scholars can spend up to one year in the school and take part in our teaching and research programmes.
- A Distinguished Leader Speaker Series in which industry captains share their experiences with faculty and students.
- Executive Development programmes in finance aimed at all levels of executives
The centre is also home to a trading lab that is used for instructional purposes.
BMU and Imperial College London are the joint founders of the Institute of Inclusive Innovation (I3), an applied research institute. Located on the BMU campus, I3 aspires to transform society by undertaking research at the grassroots level and seeking solutions that promise high impact inclusive growth and development.
Students will get an opportunity to work on live projects in the institute’s areas of focus that includes health, energy, water, education, urban development and economic empowerment, thereby getting invaluable experience in understanding and tackling critical social problems of the day.
BMU International Innovation Conference
Innovation has been recognised as one of the top priorities for economic and social growth. Successful innovation requires more than a creative idea. While much progress has been achieved in the recent past, industry and policy makers still face challenges in the pursuit of innovation. For opportunities to be exploited, it is essential to execute the ideas with conviction, courage and perseverance.
The need for research-based inputs in the field of innovation remains high.
Against this backdrop, BML Munjal University (BMU) is organising the BMU International Innovation Conference in association with Imperial College Business School, Robert H. Smith School of Business at University of Maryland and Lee Kong Chian School of Business at Singapore Management University.
To be held on 9-10 January 2016 at Delhi NCR, India, the conference will bring together innovation experts from across the world. The two day agenda will include multi-track sessions with participation of academia, industry and policy makers.
For more information, please visit www.bml.edu.in/innovation-2016.
HR Conference on Talent Management & Transformation – in association with NHRDN
A rapidly changing economic environment, technological advancements, shifting demographics, widening skills gap and myriad other global and workforce trends have completely changed the business and management landscape today, especially in developing nations such as India. In such a complex and uncertain marketplace the biggest challenge facing organizations is to identify access and manage talent, and to build and sustain a strong talent pipeline. It is now imperative for companies to rethink their approach to talent management, moving away from the traditional recruitment, training and development, and performance management mandates, and identify innovative and integrative ways to attract, hire, develop and retain talent. In fact, talent management has become a strategic business imperative for organizations in the 21st century.
Against this backdrop, this conference, being organised by the School of Management at BML Munjal University, in association with NHRDN, aims to provide a conducive forum for exchange and dissemination of latest research studies and industry practices on the advances and developments in the area of talent management and transformation, among academicians, research scholars, practicing consultants, corporate professionals and students.
For more information, please visit: www.bml.edu.in/hr-conference-2015.
BMU- Imperial College Business School Centre for Operational Excellence
The Centre shall carry out research and consultancy on the topic of Operational Excellence in service and manufacturing, as part of the co-operation between the Imperial College Business School and BMU.
We also aim to work actively with Indian industry to help them achieve operational excellence on par or exceeding world-leading organizations
Our current areas of research are:
- Service, Process and Network Design
- Bureaucracy and technology
- Supply Chain Management, smart transportation and infrastructure
- Energy, pollution reduction, environment, climate change
- Healthcare operations and delivery
Prof. Kalyan Talluri was awarded the INFORMS Impact Prize in September 2016. The prize is awarded biannually for contributions which have had had widespread impact in the practice of operations research. Prof. Kalyan Talluri and six other individuals received the 2016 INFORMS Impact Prize for their combined work in the field of Revenue Management.
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