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Fellow Programme In Management

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

A 100-acre oasis in south Bangalore, the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB), with its all-stone architecture, lush verdant woods and landscaped gardens provides an idyllic environment to engage in management studies, academics and learning. IIMB has world-class infrastructure that facilitates excellence in teaching, research, consulting and other professional activities. Located in Indias high technology capital, IIMB is in close proximity to some of the leading corporate houses in the country, ranging from information technology to consumer product companies, giving it the added advantage of integrating classroom knowledge with practical experience. Established in 1973, the Institute has since then built on its base of highly accomplished faculty, world class infrastructure and motivated student body to emerge as one of the premier institutes for management education and research promoting managerial excellence in the country. IIMB strives to achieve excellence through partnerships with industry, and leading academic institutions, the world over. IIMBs mission is to build leaders through holistic, transformative and innovative education. The long-duration post-graduate programmes of the Institute comprise the agship Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP); the Post Graduate Programme in Software Enterprise Management (PGSEM); the Post Graduate Programme in Public Policy and Management (PGPPM); the one year full-time Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management (EPGP), and the Fellow Programme in Management (FPM), which is a doctoral programme. As such, IIMB offers courses relevant for each of the three segments of the managerial hierarchy. All these programmes are very highly rated and IIMB alumni occupy senior managerial and academic positions across the globe.

Further, the Executive Education Programme (EEP) caters to a wide variety of organizations in government, the public and private sectors and nongovernmental organizations, with open and customized programmes ranging from two days to one year. The International Masters Program in Practising Management (IMPM), an international collaborative executive education program jointly offered by IIMB with INSEAD, McGill University, Lancaster University and a consortium of Japanese universities is globally recognised as a major innovation in executive education. The N.S. Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (NSRCEL) at IIMB also offers courses for entrepreneurs and owners of family businesses. IIMB has always been a hub of innovative activity and is continuously on the lookout for opportunities to collaborate with the industry as well as other academic institutions the world over. Innovation and research at the Institute has been given a llip with the establishment of Centres of Excellence in various areas ranging from Public Policy and Corporate Governance to Insurance to Financial Markets and Risk Management. The N.S Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning is a catalyst for entrepreneurial activity and a well-known incubation centre for startup ventures. A feature that sets apart IIMB from other B-schools is the carefully selected mix of students with diversity as a stated objective so that students can leverage from each others experience in addition to theoretical studies in the classroom, thereby creating a truly enriching learning experience. The Institute also has the largest Student Exchange Programme amongst all B-schools in India with several partner universities across North America, Europe and Australia. As the global business scenario gets increasingly complex and dynamic, IIMB prepares students to manage and lead in such dynamic business situations by providing a diverse and challenging environment where they can learn and grow and nally walk out, ready to lead and inspire

About the Programme


The Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) is the doctoral programme of Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB).The FPM at IIMB is globally recognized as a premier source of rigorous, inter-disciplinary research in all areas of business management and public policy including, corporate strategy and policy, economics and social sciences, nance and control, marketing management, organization behaviour and human resources management, production and operations management, quantitative methods and information systems, public systems, and public policy. The programme is committed to training individuals who will excel in their area of research through publication quality work of international standard. The Mission of the FPM at IIMB is to: Provide rigorous, world-class, inter-disciplinary training in all areas of business management and public policy that will equip students with the ability to conduct cutting edge, publication quality research of international standard. Contribute to the creation and transmission of knowledge in all areas of business management and public policy with emphasis on issues faced by rms and organizations in India. Contribute to the efforts of IIMB faculty in the creation, transmission, communication, and application of knowledge in all areas of business management and public policy. Help meet the teaching and research manpower needs of academia and industry by producing highly skilled individuals with exceptional analytical ability and training in conducting specialized research. The FPM at IIMB adheres to the following values: Emphasis creation of theoretical and empirical knowledge in all areas of business management and public policy. Professional ethics and intellectual honesty. Rigour in interdisciplinary research and training. Promotion of professional activity and teamwork by students. Building linkages and relationships with other leading universities and research organizations worldwide.

More than 30 of our previous students are currently working in academia in India and abroad; four of them are with us at IIMB as faculty member. The rest of our students have gone to join public and private rms in consulting and other businesses where they are valued for their specialized training in research. FPM at IIMB offers specialization in nine areas. All FPM students are fully funded for up to ve years. Four fellowships are also available. In terms of nancial support, ours is one of the best funded doctoral programmes in the country. We currently have 100 students in the programme from year 1 to 7. Nearly all FPM students in year 4 and above, and some in year 2 or 3 have presented papers in prestigious conferences abroad. Our FPM students regularly publish in Indian journals and some have also been successful in publishing in international journals.

Admissions & Financial support


Eligibility Candidates should have 1. A Masters Degree in any discipline, (10+2+3+2 pattern) with at least 55 percent aggregate marks. OR

2. A professional qualication like CA, ICWA, CS, with at least 55 percent aggregate marks. OR

3. A 4 year / 8 semester Bachelors degree (10+2+4 pattern) with at least 60 percent aggregate marks. We encourage candidates to submit valid test scores from either CAT (2009), or GRE/GMAT/GATE/JRF/SRF/NET. Candidates taking the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) must have the ofcial result reported to the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB). The GRE code number for IIMB Fellow Programme in Management is 7385. Condition The Masters degree or equivalent qualication/Bachelors degree or equivalent qualication should be: (a) from any of the Universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under section 3 of UGC Act, 1956; or (b) recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India. The Bachelors Degree or equivalent qualication obtained by the candidate must entail a minimum of three years of education after completing higher secondary schooling (10+2) or equivalent. Candidates who are in the nal year of their Masters/Bachelors Programmes that would make them eligible can also apply. Such candidates, if selected, will be allowed to join the programme provisionally only if they submit a certicate latest by June 30, 2010 from the Principal/Head of the Department/Registrar or Director of the university/institute (issued on or before June 30, 20 10) stating that they have appeared for the examinations (including practical examinations) in all the subjects required for obtaining the masters/bachelors degree/equivalent qualication. Their admission will be conrmed only when they submit the mark sheet and a certicate of having passed the masters/ bachelors degree/equivalent qualication referred to in the certicate issued by Principal/Registrar of their college/institute. The deadline for submission of mark sheet and the certicate is December 31, 2010. Please note that those candidates who have applied on the basis of their masters degree will have to meet the 55% marks stipulation, and those who have applied on the basis of their bachelors degree will have to meet the 60% marks stipulation. Non -fulllment of these conditions will automatically result in the cancellation of the provisional admission.

Selection Suitable candidates will be called to Bangalore for a Research Aptitude Test (RAT) and interview for nal selection. Selection will be based on applicants performance in CAT/ GRE/GMAT/GATE/JRF/SRF/NET as applicable, past academic performance, work experience, and aptitude for research. Duration of the Programme There is no stipulated minimum duration for the programme. Some students have nished the program within 4 years in the past. The Institute provides nancial support only upto ve years. The maximum permitted period is 7 years. How to Apply FPM application forms will be issued free of cost on request from 6th September 2009. Please write to the following address with a self addressed envelope size (9 x 12) afxed with stamps for Rs.75/- and a self addressed slip: Admissions Ofce Indian Institute of Management Bangalore Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore - 560076 Last Dates Last date for receipt of request for the application form by post is 20th January 2010. FPM Application forms can also be downloaded from our website www.iimb.ernet.in from 6th September 2009. The completed application forms should be accompanied by a crossed demand draft of a nationalised bank for Rs.500/drawn in favour of Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, payable at Bangalore. Completed application form must reach the above address on or before 29th January 2010. In case of any queries, write to fpmadm@ iimb.ernet.in or call 080-26993013 / 080-26993017 Financial Aid FPM at IIMB provides one of the best nancial packages for doctoral students in the country. Our FPM students do not pay tuition and hostel rent and get paid a modest stipend and some contingency support. Currently, FPM students in good standing admitted during 2008-09 get a stipend of Rs.15,000/- per month for upto ve years. Additionally, a contingency grant of Rs.25,000/- per year is provided to cover incidental expenses for books, photocopying etc. during this period. These benets of stipend and contingency grant may be extended by one more year in the case of students pursuing the program beyond the fourth year, provided the progress of the said students towards the completion of thesis dissertation is satisfactory. Apart

from these benets, students are also provided a grant of Rs.1,00,000/- to cover expenses incurred for overseas travel to attend conferences, exchange programs and the like. An additional one-time grant of Rs.25,000/- for the purchase of software and hardware is available. Limited number of on campus housing facility is available for single students. FPM students may choose to live off campus, in which case they get a non residential subsidy of of Rs.8,000/- per month. In addition, FPM students have opportunities to work as Teaching Assistant or Research Assistant for which they get paid extra. No nancial support is available for NRIs and Foreign Applicants, who are required to pay annual tuition fees of US$ 8,000 for each of the rst two years and US$ 2,000 for each of the subsequent two years. The above nancial package is subject to revision at short notice. The revised package, however, is unlikely to be less attractive. Scholarships Scholarship provides stipend for a maximum period of three years at a value higher than the institute stipends and are available for students in the second and third years onwards. Based on their performance and the consonance of their research interests with the mandate of the scholarship, students cutting across areas of specialization are awarded the scholarship. EADS-SMI Scholarship offered by the EADS-SMI Endowed Chair, for research related to sourcing and supply management aspects. Institution of other scholarships in the near future is anticipated. Other Financial Support As the mandate of the FPM programme is to help develop researchers and teachers, students from second year onwards are encouraged to take up teaching assistantships or research assistantships where they assist faculty in their teaching and/or research assignments and are compensated accordingly. Apart from stipend, contingency grant and attendant benets, students staying outside the campus receive a house rent subsidy allowance of Rs.8,000/- per month.

Curriculum and Programme Structure


The programme has four categories of courses. They are: Research enabling courses (REC) Basic discipline courses (DC) Breadth courses (BC) Dissertation and Allied Area courses (DAC) Research Enabling Courses: Builds research skills A total of 12 Credits should be taken out of which 9 should be completed in First Year, 3 credits in the third year. A minimum of 3 courses should be taken from the following courses: Philosophy of Science Research methodology Qualitative Research Methods Introduction to Econometrics Optimization Multivariate Analysis (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Additional courses taken from the above set would be considered as specialization courses (DAC). Compulsory course: Academic and Professional Writing & Pedagogy Techniques (3 ) in the third year. Discipline Courses: Builds theoretical foundations A total 12 Credits is required to be completed in the First Year. The courses are: Statistics for Management Research Mathematics for Management Research Microeconomics Macroeconomics Introduction to Organizations Social Psychology (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Breadth Courses: Builds general management background A minimum of 12 credits should be taken.

Can be completed anytime during rst two years. These are PGP/PGSEM/PGPPM courses and may be offered separately. Suggested courses are: Corporate Finance Marketing Corporate Strategy Production and operations Management Managerial and Financial Accounting Human Resource Management Information Systems (3) (3 (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

First Year Summer Objectives: The objectives of the programme during the summer in the rst year are - Supplement conceptual understanding developed during the rst year - Involvement in research process

Methods: The method would be working with a faculty member on a research project with the aim of preparing a publishable quality paper. Evaluation: Evaluation will be based on contribution towards publishable paper, a report on the summer work or grade point if any course is taken. Research Paper: The student has to submit an original research paper of publication quality to the area. The FPM coordinator and the Area Chair constitute a committee of at least two faculty members to evaluate the paper. The deadline of submission is May end of each year. The evaluation is to be done within a week of submission. Evaluation should be based on - Originality of research idea - Appropriateness of review literature or his/her domain of expertise - Clarity of research objectives/Hypotheses - Appropriate use/development of conceptual framework - Use of appropriate data analysis tools - Rigor in analysis and ability to interpret the results

Dissertation Area and Allied Area Courses: Builds specialization At least 39 credits to build substantial conceptual/ theoretical understanding and equip students with research skills. Allied area courses could be from one area or more than one area. Major area should have a minimum 24 credits and Minor 15 credits. May opt for a minor or equivalent number of courses from other areas. 2.7.4 Credit Requirements Year-wise number of credit requirement is as follows. Year I II III IV V Total Courses 36 36 3 0 0 75 Dissertation 0 0 33 36 24 93 Total 36 36 36 36 24 168

Area Comprehensive and Viva: Subject to satisfactory submission of the research paper the area shall conduct Area comprehensive exam no later than June 30th . Comprehensive examination is to assess the students conceptual and methodological capability, perform independent research in his/her area of interest. It is a gate towards proposal. The student may be assessed on following parameters (or combination of) - Ability to review literature in his/her domain of expertise - Ability to develop a conceptual framework - Ability to conduct a methodological review - Ability to critique.

For Dissertation Area and Allied Area Courses, the credit requirement is as follows. PGP (max) FPM (min) Total Major 6 18 24 Minor 6 9 15 Total 12 27 39

The Viva may do the following:

- To assess the students conceptual understanding and ability to articulate. Understanding of the topic and related elds/streams - Engage the student to see a practical problem from theoretical lens. - Clarity in communication to understand, interpret the questions and respond in an appropriate manner. - Students are encouraged to present any paper that he/she has written or to present a research proposal based on his/her paper

The results of the Comprehensive Exam and Viva should be announced by the Area within a week of completion. A student will not be registered in third year if he/she has not completed Area Comprehensive exam. A re-examination will be given before end of August in case any student fails in the Comprehensive examination. A student will be asked to leave the programme if he/she fails in the re-examination. Dissertation After clearing the comprehensive examination, the student will work on a thesis in the Area of his/her specialization under the guidance of a Dissertation Advisory Committee (DAC). The rst step is to prepare and present a Thesis Proposal. Following this, the candidate will write the thesis. The normal test for the dissertation is that the candidates contribution should be clear and should be in the nature of an original idea or original application of an existing idea. After evaluation, the candidate will make a public defense of the thesis. Successful completion of the defense will qualify the candidate for the award of the title Fellow of Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. Research Workshop From the second year onwards, each student is expected to make at least one presentation a year and to write a paper for the weekly FPM Research Workshop that provides students with an opportunity to get early and continuous feedback on their research.

Areas of Specializations
FPM Students will specialize in one of the following Areas: Corporate Strategy and Policy Economics and Social Sciences Finance & Control Marketing Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management Production & Operations Management Quantitative Methods and Information Systems Public Policy & Public Systems Corporate Strategy and Policy Business success or failure is largely dependent on how the various functional areas in management are combined to produce and deliver value to different stakeholders. This integration of functions is taking place in a continuously changing and complex environment. The Corporate Strategy & Policy Area (CSP) deals with issues related to the formulation and implementation of management and change strategies as organizations strive to remain successful and grow in an increasingly complex, competitive and globalised world. Corporate Strategy is therefore interdisciplinary by nature and requires an understanding of all functional areas. In view of the inherent complex nature of the subject matter, the teaching method adopted has to be interactive and seminar based. Concepts and ideas in the research literature will be linked to management practice through such research seminars. FPM students will therefore need not only to read the research literature extensively but also to link this with the real world. Research of faculty in the CSP Area spans a wide range of interests. Apart from the core area of strategic management, these areas include international business, strategic alliances, new product development, and the management of technology & innovation. Faculty are equipped to handle most problems of current research interest. The course work for the FPM students of the CSP Area has been specically designed to provide the required analytical and synthesis skills needed for dealing with the complex interdisciplinary phenomena that are characteristic of strategy. In addition to the prescribed PGP courses, all FPM students in the CSP Area will have to go through a 3-credit course entitled Classics in Strategic Management during the 1st year. In the second year, three 4-credit FPM level courses offered by the Area will be compulsory. These include Strategic Management 1 (4 credits covering strategy content), Strategic Management 2 (4 credits covering strategy process), and Strategic Management 3, (4 credits which offer 2 credit modules on entrepreneurship, technology & innovation management and international management). Students can, in consultation with their faculty adviser, opt for a suitable selection from Strategic Management 3 depending on their interests. There will also be a compulsory CSP Area specic 3 credit seminar course that students will have to take. This will be spread out over the 5th and 6th terms. All FPM students in CSP will have to go through certain courses offered by other areas.These compulsory courses include Research Methods (3 credits), Organisation Theory (3 credits offered by the OBHRM Area), Industrial Organisation (3 credits offered by the ESS/CSP Area) and either Econometrics (3 credits offered by the ESS Area) or Multivariate Statistics (3 credits offered by the QMIS Area). Students can take additional optional courses for between 3 and 13 credits from the menu of courses available in PGP or the FPM programmes in consultation with their faculty adviser. In addition to the above requirements a PGP elective course entitled Strategy and Organisation and another course entitled The Dynamics of the Information Technology Industry offered by the Indian Institute of Information Technology Bangalore (IIITB) are also recommended for the fellow students in the CSP Area. The latter course can be taken either in the 2nd or the 3rd year of their work.

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Faculty Members Deepak Kumar Sinha


PhD (MIT) Chairperson, Corporate Strategy and Policy Area

Deepika R Gupta Manikandan K S (SAP Scholar) Priyanka Shukla Rajkumar K Upadhyay Ramya T V Samir Kagalkar Saroj Kumar Pani (SCMC Scholar) Saurabh K Pandya Shailen Kumar Dalbehera Shaleen Gopal Srinivas Gunta (Infosys Scholar) Srivardhini Keshavamurthy Uma Cherukuri Vidhula Venugopal Economics and Social Sciences The Economics and Social Sciences area specializes in the following elds: Business Economics International Finance International Economics Economic Policies of Government in the Fields of Agriculture and Energy Economics of Public Sector; Privatization and Deregulation Indian Legal System Environmental Economics Resource Economics Political Economy Risk Analysis International Trade Macro Economics Game Theory Industrial Organization Monetary Economics Political Economy

Ganesh N Prabhu
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad)

J Ramachandran
(AICWA), Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad) BOC Chair Professor of Business Policy

Murli Patibandla
PhD (JNU)

P D Jose
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad) Chairperson, Career Development Services

Rejie George Pallathitta


PhD (Tilburg) Young Faculty Research Chair

Rishikesha T Krishnan
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad) Jamuna Raghavan Chair Professor of Entrepreneurship Chairperson, Committee on Disability

R Srinivasan
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad)

S Chandrashekar
PGDM (IIM Calcutta)

S Raghunath
PhD (Gujarat)

S Rajeev*
MBA (Stanford GSB)

Current Students Anirvan Pant (Infosys Scholar) Anish S Anusha Ramesh Arun Kumar Tripathy Ashutosh Kumar Sinha Ashwin A S Chitra

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Faculty Members Anubha Dhasmana


PhD (Johns Hopkins)

Shrikant Kolhar Tanaka Tabassum Finance and Control The Finance and Control Area is active in teaching and research in a wide range of topics in nance and accounting. The FPM programme covers several areas in nancial economics and accounting research. Reseach interest of faculty include the following: Corporate Finance Capital Markets Corporate Governance Derivatives Financial Accounting Financial Institutions and Services Banking Insurance and Pension Market Microstructure Risk Management Cost Management Valuation The following FPM level courses are offered : 1. Doctoral Level Course on Theories of Asset Pricing 2. Accounting Theory and Empirical Research 3. Doctoral Level Course in Corporate Finance 4. Institutions and the Indian Markets 5. Seminar on Banking 6. Derivatives 7. Advanced Financial Derivatives Faculty Members Anindya Sen
PhD (Chicago)

Chiranjib Sen
PhD (Stanford)

Gita Sen
PhD (Stanford)

Gopal Naik
PhD (Urbana-Champaign) Chairperson, Fellow Programme in Management Chairperson, Centre for Public Policy

Manaswini Bhalla
PhD (Pennsylvania State)

Prakash G Apte
PhD (Columbia) UTI Chair Professor in Finance & Research Chairperson, Centre for Capital Market & Risk Management

Rajeev Gowda MV
PhD (Pennsylvania)

Ramnath Narayanswamy
PhD (EHESS, Paris)

Ranganathan V
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad) RBI Chair Professor in Infrastructure Management

Rupa Chanda
PhD (Columbia) Chairperson, Economics & Social Sciences Area

Shyamal Roy
PhD (Missouri)

Soumyanetra Munshi
PhD (Rutgers)

Subhashish Gupta
PhD (Iowa) Chairperson, Admissions & Financial Aid

Vandana Singhvi Patel*


PhD (NYU)

Ashok Thampy
PhD (Purdue)

Vivek Moorthy
PhD (UCLA)

Jayadev M
PhD (Osmania)

Krishnamurthy S* Current Students Chinmay Vasudev Tumbe Deeparghya Mukherjee Dinesh K Masta Malavika Belavangala Pralok Gupta Puja Guha
FCA

Narasimhan M S
PhD (Madras) Chairperson, Centre for Financial Markets and Institutions

Narayan PC*
PGDM, (XLRI)

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Padmini Srinivasan
PhD (NLSIU)

Marketing The Area currently specializes in Business to Business Marketing Consumer Behavior Product Management / Brand Management Marketing Decision Models Competitive Marketing Strategy Services Marketing Relationship Marketing Sales and Distribution Management Retailing FPM level courses would be offered depending on the area of interest of the student and the availability of faculty members in a subarea at a given period of time. Faculty Members Ashis Mishra
PhD (Utkal)

R Narayanaswamy
PhD (New South Wales)

R Srinivasan
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad)

R Vaidyanathan
Fellow (IIM Calcutta) UTI Chair in Capital Market Studies Chairperson, Centre for Insurance Research & Education Chairperson, Centre for Capital Market & Risk Management

Sabarinathan G
PhD (NLSIU) Chairperson, Committee of Ofce of International Affairs

Sankarshan Basu
PhD (LSE) Chairperson, Alumni Chairperson, Finance & Control Area

Shashidhar Murthy
PhD (Columbia)

Avinash G Mulky
PhD (IIT Bombay) Chairperson, Post Graduate Programme in Management

V Ravi Anshuman
PhD (Utah) Chairperson, IIMB Management Review

Mithileshwar Jha
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad)

Current Students Annapurna N Bipin Kumar Dixit Damini Gupta Hardajit Singh K Aishwarya Laxman Vijay Muddu Madalasa Venkataraman Mrityunjay Kumar Narendra A B Narhari H S Nivedita Sinha Rohit Gupta Shalu Kalra Smita Shantanu Joshi Tapsi Narang Vandana Rao A Venkatesh K Vishwesh D Mehta

Nagasimha Balakrishna Kanagal


PhD (UT, Dallas) Chairperson, Marketing Area

Pradip H Sadarangani
PhD (IIT Bombay)

S Ramesh Kumar
PhD (Madras)

Seema Gupta
PhD (Udaipur)

Seshadri DVR*
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad)

Shainesh G
Fellow (IIM Bangalore)

Srinivas Prakhya
PhD (Carnegie Mellon)

Thirunarayana PN*
PGDM (IIM Ahmedabad)

Y L R Moorthi
PhD (Bharathidasan)

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Current Students Anuj Paul Gosain Anup Krishnamurthy Krishanu Rakshit Kumar Rakesh Ranjan Prashant Baliga Rajat Sharma Sonali Hiremath Sridhar Parthasarathy Suren Sista Organisational Behaviour, and Human Resource Management The area has presently eleven faculty members whose basic training has been in the disciplines of Psychology, Sociology, Education, Engineering and Management. Current areas of interest are: Personal Growth: Eastern and Western Approaches. Achieving Competitive Edge through People Human Resource Management in High-tech Companies Developing Human Resources for Total Quality Management Labour Education and Workers Participation in Management Performance Appraisal and Review Transformational Leadership Stress Management Human Dimensions of Corporate Restructuring Human Dimensions of Corporate Restructuring Entrepreneurship in the IT Industry Global Software Outsourcing Arrangements Global Software Outsourcing Arrangements The following advanced courses for FPM students are offered: Management Thinkers Classics in Management Advanced Seminar Course in Organizational Behavior Advanced Seminar in Organizational Theory Advanced Seminar in Human Resource Management Managing Diversity Organizational Change and Development Reading Seminar on Organizational Creativity

Seminar on Cross Cultural Issues in Management Managing Knowledge and Knowledge Workers Faculty Members Abhoy K Ojha
PhD (Alberta) Chairperson, Executive Education Programme

Amit Gupta
PhD (Maryland)

Anand Ram V
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad)

L Prasad
PhD (North Western)

Manohar Reddy C
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad)

Mathew J Manimala
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad)

Mukta Kulkarni
PhD (UT, San Antonio) Young Faculty Research Chair

Narendra M Agrawal
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad) Chairperson, Post Graduate Programme in Software Enterprise Management

Ravi Kumar R
PhD (Andhra)

Sourav Mukherji
Fellow (IIM Bangalore)

Vasanthi Srinivasan
Fellow (IIM Bangalore)

Chairperson, Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources Management Area Current Students Caren Claret Rosanna Rodrigues Clare Kurian Deepali Sharma Devi Vijay Divya Upadhyay Niharika Garud Padmaja Pushkar Palekar Rajesh Chandwani Shefali Pinto

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Sridhar Venugopal Srinivasan R Tatachari Production & Operations Management The area addresses research issues related to manufacturing, services and technology management. Specic themes, among others, for research include the following: Cellular Manufacturing IT Services and Electronic Commerce Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) JIT Operations Supply Chain Management Manufacturing & Service Strategy Health Care and Services Manufacturing Planning and Control Quality Management Technology Strategy Sourcing & Procurement Logistics Management Currently, the area offers the following FPM level courses: Optimization Theory & Mathematical programming Stochastic Models Advanced Production Planning and Inventory Management Revenue Management Empirical Models in OM Advanced Operations & Supply Chain Management Strategic Sourcing About Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Management Centre is a Centre of Excellence of IIMB which will provide an effective mechanism to promote closer and enduring industry-institute collaboration. The Centre brings together practitioners from leading organizations and IIMBs multidisciplinary faculty and students to identify, document, research, develop and disseminate best practices in Supply Chain Management. Eight leading Corporate Sponsors, Bharat Pertroleum Corporation Ltd., John Deere India Pvt. Ltd., IBM Corp., Infosys Technologies Ltd., SAP AG, Tata Motors Ltd., Titan Industries Ltd. and TVS Logistics Services Ltd. are the founding Corporate Sponsors of the Centre playing active role in the Centre and its Advisory Council

Faculty Members B Mahadevan


PhD (IIT Madras) Dean, Administration

D Krishna Sundar
PhD (IIT Kharagpur) Chairperson, Centre for Enterprise Resource Planning

Devanath Tirupati
PhD (MIT)

Haritha Saranga
PhD (Exeter) Chairperson, Library

Janat Shah
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad) Chairperson, Centre for Supply Chain Management

Jishnu Hazra
PhD (Rochester) Chairperson, Production & Operations Management

L S Murty
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad)

Pankaj Chandra
PhD (Pennsylvania) Director

Siddharth Mahajan
PhD (Pennsylvania)

Current Students Annapureddy Rama Papi Reddy Chintapalli Prashant Debabrata Ghosh (EADS-SMI Scholar) Jai Gope Bhatia Mahesh M V Naveen S (EADS-SMI Scholar) Vinay Kumar Kalakbandi Quantitative Methods and Information Systems This Area is concerned with the application of Quantitative Methods and Information Technology to business problems. Research is also conducted in developing new methodologies for specic problems. The current areas of interest are: Information Systems: These encompass investigation of the impact of information systems in management and managerial decision making and examination of the future role of information technology in different business segments in India and globally.

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Software Engineering/Software Project Management. IT Strategies for Business Process Re-engineering. Managing IT Outsourcing & IT Enabled Services. E-Governance and Social Impact of ICTs. Object-Oriented Technology and Applications. Data Base Management Systems and Data Warehousing. Social Impacts of Computing. ICT enabled Relocation of Jobs. Software Measurement & Metrics. Graph Theoretic Modeling of Managerial Issues. Pattern Recognition and its Applications in Management. Applications of Fuzzy Systems and Articial Intelligence in Management. Quantitative Methods: OR Modeling, Heuristics and Algoirthms. Systems Modeling and Decision Support Systems. Use of Quantitative Techniques in Marketing, Finance, Manufacturing and Service Operations. Derivatives and Risk Management. Data Mining. Vehicle Routing. Actuarial Models and Methods. Statistics and OR in Sports. Supply Chain Management. Green Supply Chains and Logistics. Deterministic and Stochastic Inventory Management. Auctions and B2B Market Design. Faculty Members Amar Sapra
PhD (Cornell)

Malay Bhattacharyya
PhD (LSE) Chairperson, Executive Post Graduate Programme

Nagadevara V
PhD (Iowa State) Chairperson, Public Systems

Pulak Ghosh
PhD (Oakland)

Rahul De
PhD (Pittsburgh) Hewlett-Packard Chair Professor

Rajendra K Bandi
PhD (Georgia State) Chairperson, ERP Implementation Committee

Rajluxmi Murthy
PhD (Southern Methodist) Chairperson, Quantitative Methods & Information Systems Area

S Krishna
PhD (IIT Kanpur)

Shankar Venkatagiri
PhD (Georgia Tech)

Shubhabrata Das
PhD (UNC Chapel Hill)

Trilochan Sastry
PhD (MIT) Dean, Academic

Current Students Ananya Upadhyaya Ankur Arora Archisman Majumdar Avadhoot Jathar H Venuprasad Jang Bahadur Singh Jayarama Holla Karthik Sriram Lewin Sivamalai Nalini Guhesh (Infosys Scholar) Neha Advani Padmakumar B Puneet Prakash Mathur (Infosys Scholar) Sumit Bakshi Sumit Singh

Arnab Basu
PhD (TIFR) Young Faculty Research Chair

B Shekar
PhD (IISc)

Dinesh Kumar U
PhD (IIT Bombay) Chairperson, Research & Publications & C-DOCTA

Ishwar Murthy
PhD (Texas A&M)

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Public Policy The Centre for Public Policy (CPP) at IIM Bangalore is a leading policy think tank engaged in cutting-edge research, teaching and capacity building. CPPs engagement in research, teaching and policy analysis is specically geared to the challenges that emerging countries such as India face in navigating the complex global environment of competing growth across countries, and conicting security and development interests. The Centre was created in 2000 through a partnership between the Department of Personnel and Training (DOPT), Government of India, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and IIMB. Vision and Mission of the Centre The Centre for Public Policy aims to be the leading public policy school in Asia. CPPs mission is to catalyse new thinking and new directions in public policy and work with stakeholders at the sub-national, national and international levels to improve development outcomes. The Centre also looks at the complexities of diversity and competing interests of religion, ethnicity, language and geography. It works on evidence-based policy solutions that are sustainable, equitable and inclusive. Through its mix of action research, education and outreach, the CPP wants to nurture competitive ideas, build capacity for creative problem solving and produce high quality policy analyses that will inuence policy-makers across the region. FPM in Public Policy The Fellow Programme in Management in Public Policy (equivalent to PhD) focuses on research in public policy analysis, design, process and management. Doctoral level courses covers research that spans a wide range of sectors and policy areas both nationally and internationally. The CPP focuses on research that generates practical policy suggestions for developing countries in the region. Coursework includes analytical methods and tools of research, policy analysis, public administration and law, microeconomics, organizational theory, public and institutional economics. This is in addition to the large number of elective courses offered by faculty. Faculties have expertise and competence to guide research in areas such as: Agriculture and Rural Development Democracy and Decentralization Environment Health Policy Human Resources Development Industrial Policy Infrastructure Institutional Structure and Effective Governance Policy Modeling Public Finance

Public Management Public Service Delivery Regulation Urban Governance Public Systems The FPM specialization in Public Systems Management focuses on the functioning of instutitional systems in which public policies are framed and executed. Over a period of time the public systems have undergone a change in all aspects of planning, nancing strategizing to improve public private partnership for improved service delivery. The area of Public Systems encompasses all government departments concerned with services and infrastructure. Public Systems area was exclusively concerned with the role and functions of government in policy making and its implementation, which has undergone considerable change in recent years globally. While traditional theory has typically dened the role of government as providing public goods and services newer approaches have been drawn up from institutional, economic and organizational analyses. In Public System Management, students will learn analytical methods and tools for research in a range of public systems areas. They will be equipped with tools and techniques for analysis of public systems policy, processes and strategies for implementation of programmes, project life cycle analysis, to name a few. The students learn to apply analytical research methods across a range of sectors and service areas at both national and international levels. Faculty has both sector specic expertise and the ability to guide research on a range of issues in global and national public systems policy processes, and organizational and institutional frameworks. The current areas of interest of the area include the following: 1. Infrastructure Development, Economics, Planning, Financing and Management 2. Educational Systems Planning and Management 3. Services Planning and Management 4. Management of Government Services including Public Private Partnerships Faculty Members Malathi Somaiah
PhD (Minnesota)

Nayana Tara S
PhD (Bangalore)

Ramanayya T V
PhD (Kakatiya)

Anil B Suraj*
LLM (NLSIU)

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Arnab Mukherji
PhD (Pardee RAND)

Ashwin Mahesh*
PhD (Washington)

A Damodaran
PhD (Kerala) Chairperson, Post Graduate Programme in Public Policy & Management IPR Chair Professor on IP Management

A Ravindra*
PhD (Mysore)

Deepak Malghan
PhD (Maryland)

G Ramesh
Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad)

Hema Swaminathan*
PhD (Penn State)

Rajalaxmi Kamath
PhD (Michigan State)

Communication Amarnath Krishnaswamy*


PGDM (IIM Calcutta) Head, Communication Unit

Centre for Corporate Governance & Citizenship N Balasubramanian*


PhD (Bombay) Chairperson, Centre for Corporate Governance & Citizenship

Centre for Supply Chain Management Roger Moser*


PhD (European Business School)

Nadathur S Raghavan Centre For Entrepreneurial Learning K Kumar


PhD (IIM Bangalore) Chairperson, NSRCEL

Suresh Bhagavatula*
PhD (Amsterdam)

Indian Railway Accounts Service Platinum Jubilee Chair in Railway Finance Anand K Sharma*
PhD (Jamnalal Bajaj) Chair Professor, Railway Finance

*Visiting Faculty

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Library

The Institute library is housed in a building of 55,000 square feet carpet area spread over four oors with more than 300 seating capacity. It serves users on all the days except on three National Holidays. It has a comprehensive collection of literature predominantly related to management and its allied subjects to meet the present and future information needs of its users. Most of the librarys activities are computerized using LIBSYS , an integrated library software package. IIMB encourages the use of its library for professional purposes. Individuals and Organizations can use the library regularly either on a deposit or non deposit basis on payment. The Library brings out several publications for reference purposes. Some of the major services rendered by the library are reference, reprographic, bibliographic, document delivery, data search facilities, resource sharing with other libraries etc. It also networks with libraries of leading institutions to offer data supply, reference, and indexing and bibliographic services. The library has a total collection of 2.20 lakh documents (books, back volumes of journals, government publications, technical reports, conference proceedings, non-book materials etc.,). The library has access to 57 e-resources and 254 e-books from Elsevier Science & Cambridge University Press and subscribes to 720 print journals, 1200 e-journals, and 27 newspapers. Apart from this around 35,000 + full text journal titles are available in the databases subscribed by the library. It also receives around 200 Newsletters and has 2200 Annual Reports from public and private organizations. The Non-book materials collection includes 4180 CDs received with books, 420 video cassettes, 415 VCDs & DVDs and 235 audio cassettes

Stateof-the-art Computing

Today, IIMB has one of the nest computing environments amongst management institutions in the country. Operating around the clock, with over 650 desktops & laptops, high-end servers consolidated using VMware, access to several high speed, high quality laser and colour inkjet network printers and a campus wide network, with access to the Internet, it offers all a student might need. The campus network which is Wi-Fi enabled, links the computing resources in the faculty ofces, student labs, administrative units, student hostel rooms and the management development centre. The network infrastructure is based on a gigabit support bre optic backbone. IIMBs computing infrastructure offers a truly heterogeneous range of hardware and software platforms for the student to use and gain wide-ranging experience. The desktop environment is dominated by world class workstations from the best-of-breed manufacturers. The entire network has access to Novell Netware 6.0 and Microsoft Windows 2000/2003 servers with graphical access Unix and MS-Exchange email servers. The Library system (Lisbsys) and the CD mirroring server with full text journal articles in electronic form is also accessible through the campus network. A dedicated 32 MBPS plus shared 6 MBPS links to the PACNET, AirTel, and STPI provide full Internet access to every computing device on the campus. Video conferencing facilities and two fully functional state of the art distributed classrooms are also available. The Institute software environment includes Moodle Learning Management System, Oracle DBMS, SAP, multiple CASE tools , SPSS, SAS, CPLEX optimization software, simulation languages, visual and object oriented languages such as Visual Basic and Visual C++, Java among others, and ofce automation tools. Access to corporate databases such as the CMIE and VANS databases are also available over the network. All classrooms have aesthetically designed interiors, with modern curved and sloped lecture theatres equipped with the latest networked multimedia projection systems. All classrooms are equipped with an instructional technology podium that includes a desktop, VCR and projection system that is fully integrated with the campus network. In addition, there is a multimedia laboratory and three classrooms with 30 to 40 desktop systems and projection facilities for teaching purposes.

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FPM Thesis
Sl.No. Year 1 1982 2 1983 3 1984 4 1987

Student/Organisation G. Elumalai, Anna Institute of Management, Madras Thomas P. Benjamin, IRMA, Anand K. Ravishankar Trivedi, NDDB, Anand
Saudi Arabia

Thesis Title
A Strategy for Irrigation Water Management Under Major Irrigation Systems Management of Dairy Development Factors for increasing Milk Production under Co-operatives Supply, Demand and Production of Milk and Milk products under Dairy Co-operative System Performance Evaluation of Irrigation Projects Local level Management of a Rural Anti-Poverty Programme The Edible Oils Market: An Analysis of Domestic Availability and Trade Policies A Study of the Indicators of Sickness in Rural Co-operatives Product and Market Decision in An Export Context : A Study of the Food Processing Industry Role of Environment and Entrepreneurial Choice in Emergent Agro-industries: A Study of the Indian Floriculture Industry

Agriculture and Rural Development


Upendranath SK, Zarir Investment, Riyadh

5 1988 6 1988 7 1990 8 1992 9 1996

Deshpande SK, NABARD, Bombay Kapil Choudhary, Fertilizer Market in Haryana Nandakumar M, Botswana M.S. Sriram, BASIX, Hyderabad Anshukant Taneja, CRISIL, New Delhi C. Hari Hara Nath, Nagarjuna Group, Hyderabad

10 1999

Corporate Strategy and Policy 11 1992 12 1993 13 2001 14 2003 15 2007 16 2007 17 2007
A Study of Corporate Planning in India Kumar K, IIMB, Bangalore Sharath Kumar H.P, Intel Solution Services, Bangalore Strategic Management in High Velocity Environment Binny Prabhakar, Shell, UK Context Specicity and Firm Behaviour Diversication, Afliation and Performance A Study of the Factors that Affect the Formation and Performance of International Strategic Alliances of Domestic IT Firms in an Emerging Economy Role of Trust in governance of interrm dyads-the case of Indian software offshore development centers Entrepreneurial Orientation of Organization and rm performance: A study of Moderating Effect of Organizations Intended Business Levtel Strategy Three essays on Empirical determination of the extend of Markets and its conducts Alliances for Innovation: The impact of rm and alliance characteristics on learning skills and competencies from partner(s) in the Indian biotechnology industry

Joseph Shields, Infosys, Bangalore Amendra Kumar, Microsoft, Bangalore Chandra Shekhara Mohanty, IBM, Bangalore R Sai Prakash, Arthur D. Little, Dubai

18 2009 Thomas Joseph

Energy and Power 19 1980 20 1983 21 1984


An Operational Model for Forecasting Energy Demands in India National Power Transmission Corporation, New Delhi

S. Chidambara Iyer , N.T.P.C. New Delhi Mukesh Raizada,

Costing and Pricing of Electricity in India

Sudhir Baskar A, Sathya Sai Institute of Management Puttaparthi, A.P.

Multiple Objective Approach to generation Scheduling of a Hydro Thermal Power System

22 1986 23 1986

24 1986 25 1988 26 1989 27 1989 28 1989 29 1989


Vidyanadam, S.V. Madras Preventive Maintenance Policies for Thermal Power Plant Bhaskar Natarajan, Tata Energy Research Institute, Energy Recovery Options from Urban Refuse New Delhi Deshpande.V.M, Danish International Energy Conservation in pumping System Development Agency, New Delhi Subramanian K.V., Tata Consultancy Services, Organizational Effectiveness in the Promotion Bangalore of Decentralised Renewable Energy to Rural Areas Bandyopadhyay, Goa Institute of Management, A Regional Energy Model Goa Solar Water Heating Systems Gaitonde RM, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation, Baroda Short Term Planning Perspectives: Case of Coal Industry Kala Gopalakrishnan, Consultant, Hyderabad Painuly JP, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development A Dynamic Model for Energy Sector of India with special reference
and Research to Household Energy System Investment Planning and Technological Changes in Thermal Power Generation in India Pricing of Coal in India Policy Analysis in the Indian Energy Sector: A Programming Approach

30 1989 31 1990 32 1990

Sudhakar A, Goa Institute of Management, Goa Suma RS, Goa Institute of Management, Goa Udyagiri ND

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33 1994 34 2000

Kalyan Kumar, Guin IIT Karagpur Thillai Rajan, Annamalai IL & FS Venture Corporation Ltd., Bangalore Sunjay Gupta, Infosys, Bangalore

Planning Model with Technological Options, A Study of Coal Sector in India Restructuring of a Vertically Integrated Electric Utility-A Process Study Determinants of State-owned Enterprises Performance: A Study of Public Electric Utilities

35 2001 36 2004 37 2006 38 1993 39 2003


Hari Natarajan, Reliance Power Corporations Mumbai Modelling Electricity Spot price Behaviour Kapala Srinivasa Rao, Infosys, Bangalore Pricing of Swing Options in Natural Gas Markets Sanjay Goel, Tata Consultancy Services K.P. Krishnan, Karnataka Urban infrastructure Development & Finance Cooperation, Bangalore (KUID & FC) Bangalore Kausick Saha, HDFC, Mumbai Debjani Ganguly, Consultant, USA
Planning for Basic Needs of Shelter inIndia: An Empirical Analysis with a Multi-sectoral Programming Model Determinants of Willingness to Charge for Municipal ServicesA Study of Urban Water Services in Karnataka Issues in Monetary Policy Transmission in India Trade, Return Migration and Diaspora Investments : A Case Study of India

Economics and Social Sciences


40 2004 41 2004

Finance and Control 42 43 44 45 1984 1995 1996 1997 Subrata Ray, ICRA Mumbai Kanti Kumar Gali, Sivan Securities, Bangalore Zarir P. Gandevia, HDFC Bank, Bombay Pitabas Mohanty, T.A Pai Management Institute,
Manipal Capital asset pricing model: The Indian Context Mutual Funds: Performance Appraisal and Organisational Factors Essays in International Investments EPS: Its Forecasting and its Realtionship with Stock Returns.

46 2001 47 2004 48 2006 49 2006 50 2007 51 2007 52 2007

Ranadev Goswami, Tanning Technology, Hyderabad Indian Pension System : Funding, Privatisation and Investments H.R. Badrinath, Consultant, Belgium Interaction between exchange Rates, Interest Rates & Stock Prices Ajay Kumar Garg, Punjab University The Relationship Between Board Composition and Firm
Performance: A Study of Indian Companies Key Determinants of Top Management Pay Information content in Credit Ratings An Empirical Investigation of Earnings Management; Extent, Consequencs and Constraints Understanding the Ownership-Risk-Performance Relationship in the Banking Industry Book Built Initial Public Offerings in India: Determinants of Pricing, Subscription Patterns of Investors and Impact of Regulation

Manju Jaiswall, IIM Culcutta Rajesh Dalmia, Delhi Madhusudan Rajagopalan,


Aureos India Advisers (P) Ltd., Bangalore

Veena S Iyer, Infosys, Bangalore Alok Pande

53 2009

Health and Population 54 1981 Radhabai Armugam, S.B.I., Staff Training College, Coimbatore 55 1983 Mario C De Souza, St.Josephs Hospital, Bangalore 56 1986 Thomas Philip, United States Agency, International Development, New Delhi
57 1987 Organizational Factors of Primary Health Centres Evaluation of the Current Appraisal System and Testing of a New (BARS) System for Nursing Personal A Comparative Study of the Impact of Learning Enviroments on Medical Students under Different Types of Management in Medical College

58 1989 57 1992 59 1996

Narasimha Rao M Information System for Small Hospitals Hyderabad Development of Computerized Management Hanumantha Rao P, ASCI, Hyderabad J.P. Sahu, State Health Services, Bhopal Manjul Menon
EICHER Consultancy Services Ltd, New Delhi Determinants of Medical Care Utilisation A Comparative Analysis of Organization of Health Care Machinery in Hospitals A study on Hospitalized Patient Satisfaction with Perceived Quality of Care Human Settlement and Environment Studies Effect of Architectural and Spatial Variables on the Perception of Crowding Technical Changes and Regional Industrial Development A Critical Appraisal of Rent Control Bangalore City A Comparative Study of Three Models of Evaluation of Urban Infrastructure Projects Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management

60 1983 61 1986 62 1988 63 2001

Ananthakrishna K.S
Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal

Vinod P. Shanbag
All Indian Management Association, New Delhi

Arun K, U.S.A Sanjiv V Aundhe, Consultant, Bangalore

International Business 64 1991 Chetan Bajaj, KIAMS, Yantrapur


Foreign Collaborations; Strategic Options, Negotiations and Implementation

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65 1994 66 1994 Marketing 67 1993 68 1996

Ramesh Padmanabhan S, Bangalore Ashok Kumar T.K, Netcraft Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore

Network Inuence on International Marketing Strategy. Investment Behaviour and Export Development. A Study of Indian Industrial Export International Business Strategies for Indias Project Exports; A Study

Kisalaya Nandi, CalcuttaXLRI, Jamshedpur G. Shainesh, IIMB, Bangalore

TV Advertising for Brand Loyalty A Decision Support System An Investigation of the Process of Consumers Evaluation of Service and the Formation of Behavioral Intentions Through the Conceptualization and Operationalisation of a Model of Service Value. Investigations into Clustering of Rank Order Data: Heuristics for Similarity and their Empirical Analysis Causal Models of Consumer Intention to Use the World Wide Web as a Shopping Channel A Generalized Strategy-Structure-Process framework for Dynamic Evaluation of Business Market Relationship: An Episode Level Operationalization Impact of Perception of Market Orientation on Salespersons Performance and Impact of Perceptual Gaps in Market Orientation on SBU Performance Interplay between Authority and Abstractness of Evidence and Its Effect on Belief Formation: An Advertisement Perspective Online Coupon Redemption Behaviour: Insights Based on Click stream Data Impact of Competing Values Framework on Customized Software Development Projects A Longitudinal Study of the Dynamics of Justice Dimensions on Customer Satisfaction with Successive Service Recovery Efforts Social Capital, Structural holes and the Formation of High Quality Relationships - A networks Perspective on Coopetition in the Grocery Retailing Channels of India and Finland

69 1998 70 2000 71 2001 72 2001 73 2001


Anil Kumar Bhat, New Delhi


Planetasia.com Ltd., Bangalore

Yogesh Kumar Sharma

Randhir Mishra, Cunsultant, Bangalore Manish Rautela, American Express TRS, Milind S. Kelkar, NFO MBL India Pvt. Ltd.,
Hyderabad

New York

74 2003 75 2005 76 2008


V. Pradeep Kumar, Fidelity India, Bangalore Jai Yashwant Advani, Bangalore Anirban Chakraborty
Bharti Telemedia Ltd., Gurgaon

77 2008

Anand Ramanathan, KPMG, Bangalore

Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management 78 1989 79 1996 80 1996


Gopal Prasad Mahapatra, Oracle, Bangalore Vasanthi Srinivasan, IIMB, Bangalore Suresh Venkat, Kranes Industries (I) Ltd.,
Pondichery

Personnel Policies and Practices and their Impact on Industrial Relations Assessing the Effectiveness of the HR Department: A Multiple Consultancy Framework The Adoption of the Generic Program Innovations: ISO 9000 and TQM by Manufacturing Organizations Organizational Support for Individual Creativity: A Study of Knowledge Workers in Software Industry in India Knowledge Sharing in Software Development Teams: Antecedents and Impact on Effectiveness An Emperical investigation of earnings managemnet; extent, consequences and constraints Antecedents and Consequences of Burnout among IT Professionals Employed in Offshore Projects. Socialization of New Employees in Indian IT Firms Interplay of Organizational Socialization Efforts and New Employees Proactive Behavior Social Networks in Organizations: Impact of Environment

81 2000

N.G Pradeep, Yasasree Consultancy and Training Services Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad Sourav Mukherji, IIMB, Bangalore Mukesh Sud, USA Gloryson RB Chalil, XLRI, Jamshedpur

82 2003 83 2007 84 2008

85 2008 Sunil Kumar Singh, Gulf Oil Corporation Ltd., Mumbai


86 2008 87 2009

Manu Parashar

Prarthan B. Desai Production and Operations Management 88 1994 Kaushik Ghatak, Oracle, Singapore

Maintaining and Enhancing Internal Legitimacy of the Alternate Organizational Identity in Dual-identity Organizations
The Impact of New Technology on the Dimensions of the Flexibility and Cost Efciency in a Manufacturing System- An experimental Investigation An Integrated Approach to Supply Chain Design: The Case of Multi-region Production Distribution Sytstem Causal Modelling of Manufacturing Strategy An Empirical Investigation Decentralized Supply Chains: An Investigation into the Distribution Systems and Performance Measurement Scheme

89 1999 90 1999

Balram Avittahur, IIM, Calcutta


Bundy India Ltd., Bangalore

Venkataramana Sakibanda Nitin Singh

91 2002

Indian Institutue of Management Indore, Indore

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92 2008

Sarang C. Jagdale

IBM global Business, Bangalore

Manufacturing-Marketing Interface: Simultaneous Evaluation of Product Line Extension/Trimming and Investment in Production Technology/Capacity Decisions

Quantitative Methods and Information Systems 93 1993 94 1995 95 1999 96 2000 97 2000 98 2002 99 2002 100 2002 101 2003 102 2003 103 2004

Desikan R.S, NIBM, Pune Vadhri Srinivas Pankaj Kulshreshtha, G.E. Capital, Bangalore Madhuchhanda Das, Tata Infotech Ltd, Bangalore Sudeep Mallick, Infosys, Bangalore G. Lakshmi Anitha, ICRA, Bangalore Parag U. Kosalge
Grant Valley State University Michigan, USA

An Export Support for Team Loan Evaluation A Probabilistic Network Based Approach to Inter Casual Inferencing: A Study of Mapping Strategic Thinking in the Indian Commercial Vehicle Industry Investigations Into Fuzzy Preferences Relations, Choice Functions and Rationality Conditions: A Decision Analytic Perspective. An Artifact-based Methodology for Re-engineering Information-intensive Business Processes Investigation into the Group Decision Making Process in Information Technology Implementation Projects Voluntary Disclosures in Annul Reports - Evidence from Indian Firms. Intergrating Causal Patterns with Business Processes: An Object Oriented Approach. Reasons for the Inimitability of Network Resources: A case Study in the Research and Development Domain of the Indian Information Technology Industry Corporate Disclosure of Intangibles: A Framework for Reporting Value Relevant R&D Information Adaptation and Evolution of Internet Based Electronic Market places: An Empirical Analysis Modelling & Analysing the Cost, Quality and Time: Implications of Testing in Software Product Development Control & Coordination of Global Software Projects : An Empirical Study Electronic Business Adoption in Bricks-and-Mortar Organisations -A Process Oriented Analysis Theoretical Investigation into Interestingness and Classication of Association Rules in Data Mining Factors Affecting Indvidual Knowldge Contributing and Seeking Behaviors in Repository Based KMS Inuence of the Emerging Information and Communication Technology Environment, Media and Visibility on Government Decision Making under Crisis Strategic Role of Information Systems Leadership in Organisations Relationship of Task Knowledge Intensity and Media Richness to Organisational Capability in Remote Support Services Evaluating e-Governance Projects: An Empirical Study Production And Operations Management Sequential Ordering with Information Updates under Supply and Demand Uncertainty Development Paradigms, Social Contexts and Patterns of Technology Use : Study of Land Record Computerization in India Determinants of Onsite Offshore Mix in Offshored-Outsourced Software Projects

Storia & Co Chartered Accountants, Bangalore

N. Dayasindhu, Infosys, Bangalore Indira Ramaswamy, Consultant, USA H. Jai Ganesh, Infosys, Bangalore Ashish Kumar Tewary Infosys Technology Ltd., Bangalore Rajeev Sharma, XLRI, Jamshedpur Pankaj Bagri
GE Capital International Services Bangalore

104 2004 105 2004


106 2005 107 2005 108 2005 109 2006 108 2006 110 2006 111 2008

Rajesh Natarajan, IIM Lucknow Vikas Mehra, Strategic Sourcing Group, Pune Ravindra Singh Bangari, Bangalore Anurag Kumar Jain, Deccan Airlines, Bangalore Vishal B. Shah, Bangalore Ethiraj Purushothaman, ESC, Hyderabad Divya Tiwari
IBM Global Business Services, Bangalore

112 2008 Amit Prakash, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Bangalore 113 2009 Rohtas Kumar

Transportation 114 1982 115 1982 116 1983 117 1986 118 1988

Mahesh Chand, Trivandrum Srinivasan R, IISc., Bangalore P Vijayaraghavan, IIT, Chennai Mathur SK, APSTRC, Hyderabad Pradyumna DM, Indian Railways, R.D.S.O. Lucknow

Performance Appraisal of Public Road Transport Undertakings Economic Feasibility of Shorthaul Air Services in India Determinants of Rural Travel A Performance Monitoring Model for a StateTransport Undertaking Wagon Management in the Indian Railways with Special Reference to Wagon Utilisation

119 1990 120 1990 121 2001

Udayshankar P. Damodaran A Study of the Capital Budgeting Process in Indian Railways Goa Institute of Management Goa TAS Vijayaraghavan, XLRI, Jamshedpur Sanjeevan Kapshe, Indian Railways
Vehicle Schedule Planning for Urban Road Transport Real Options Approach to Valuation of Transport Infrastructure Projects

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