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Total No of Publication : 1329


Exponential-growth prediction bias and compliance with safety measures related to COVID-19

  • Authors: Banerjee R., Bhattacharya J., Majumdar P.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Social Science and Medicine
    DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2020.113473

Objective: We define prediction bias as the systematic error arising from an incorrect prediction of the number of positive COVID cases x-weeks hence when presented with y-weeks of prior, actual data on the same. Our objective is to investigate the importance of an exponential-growth prediction bias...(Read Full Abstract)


A model-based estimate of the groundwater budget and associated uncertainties in Bengaluru, India

  • Authors: Tomer S.K., Sekhar M., Balakrishnan K., Malghan D., Thiyaku S., Gautam M., Mehta V.K.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Urban Water Journal
    DOI: 10.1080/1573062X.2020.1836237

Understanding the water metabolism of developing country cities is challenging because of insufficient knowledge of how social, infrastructural and hydrological dimensions are coupled. Using Bengaluru City in India, we demonstrate how fine-resolution data can inform model-based estimates of urban gr...(Read Full Abstract)


A permanent cordon sanitaire: intra-village spatial segregation and social distance in India

‘Social distance,’ and ‘social distancing’ have become the linguae francae of our world ravaged by COVID-19. Pandemic related social distancing prescriptions, however, do not operate in a vacuum. How do social distancing strategies for containing the pandemic intersect with extant social divisions? ...(Read Full Abstract)


A rare case of tubercular recto-prostatic urethral fistula with tuberculous orchitis

  • Authors: Pathak N., Keshavamurthy M., Rao K., Tabrez S., Ashwathaiya M.B., Krishnappa P.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Urology Case Reports
    DOI: 10.1016/j.eucr.2020.101355

Tubercular prostatitis and tuberculous orchitis are uncommon manifestations of genitourinary tuberculosis. Recto prostatic urethral fistula is also an extremely rare condition with less than 10 cases of tubercular recto-urethral fistula reported in literature. We present a case of post-tubercular re...(Read Full Abstract)


A semi-parametric quantile regression approach to zero-inflated and incomplete longitudinal outcomes

  • Authors: Biswas J., Ghosh P., Das K.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: AStA Advances in Statistical Analysis
    DOI: 10.1007/s10182-020-00362-9

Quantile regression models are typically used for modeling non-Gaussian outcomes, and such models allow quantile-specific inference. While there exists a vast literature on conditional quantile regression (where the model parameters are estimated precisely for one prefixed quantile level), relativel...(Read Full Abstract)


Addressing crisis in Indian agriculture through agricultural information delivery

Agricultural information delivery is the process of delivering research-based information to farmers. Currently, there is low access to agricultural information among Indian farmers, which has resulted in gaps in crop production practices. We present a review of literature about antecedents of agric...(Read Full Abstract)


Analytics education

This round table article discusses the main aspects of analytics education that are necessary to provide the required knowledge and skills to excel in the field of analytics. Analytics education is an interdisciplinary education domain that seeks to develop an interactive problem-solving approach by...(Read Full Abstract)


Are educated leaders good for education? Evidence from India

  • Authors: Lahoti R., Sahoo S.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jebo.2020.03.026

Formal education is often viewed as a proxy for the quality of leaders. Recently, candidates with low education levels have been disqualified from contesting local elections in some states in India. But there is no conclusive evidence linking education to the effectiveness of leaders. Against this b...(Read Full Abstract)


Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan and agriculture

  • Authors: Gopi Sankar G., Naik G.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Economic and Political Weekly

In this short note, we critically examine two proposals specific to agriculture announced as part of Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan and the subsequent ordinances. We argue that while the investment in infrastructure is a welcome step, market reforms proposed are inadequate to improve the prospects of sm...(Read Full Abstract)


Causality-in-quantiles between crude oil and stock markets: evidence from emerging economies

This study investigates the asymmetric effect of crude oil shocks on emerging sectoral stock indices using a non-parametric causality-in-quantiles approach. This study considers the origin of the oil shock i.e. demand shock or supply shock to investigate its impact on various sectors in mean and vol...(Read Full Abstract)


Classical music and the pandemic

  • Authors: Joshi R.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Economic and Political Weekly

This study investigates the asymmetric effect of crude oil shocks on emerging sectoral stock indices using a non-parametric causality-in-quantiles approach. This study considers the origin of the oil shock i.e. demand shock or supply shock to investigate its impact on various sectors in mean and vol...(Read Full Abstract)


Collaboration under outcome-based contracts for information technology services

  • Authors: Awasthy P., Hazra J.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: European Journal of Operational Research
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ejor.2020.03.003

The accelerated expansion of markets and intense competition have motivated firms to collaborate closely with vendor firms by outsourcing critical aspects of the business, including Information Technology services. We analyze the interaction between a service provider and a client in which they coll...(Read Full Abstract)


Contextual facilitators and barriers influencing the continued use of mobile payment services in a developing country: insights from adopters in India

  • Authors: Pal A., Herath T., De’ R., Rao H.R.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Information Technology for Development
    DOI: 10.1080/02681102.2019.1701969

Mobile payment services hold the potential for financial inclusion in developing economies. Low-income countries are characterized by distinctive conditions like price sensitivity, low digital penetration, high risk of failure, and competitive emerging markets, which further influence mobile payment...(Read Full Abstract)


Corporate social responsibility: governance through a conceptual blockchain framework

  • Authors: Srinivasan S., Arora T., Diatha K.S., Garg S.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: International Journal of Electronic Governance
    DOI: 10.1504/IJEG.2020.109836

The objective of this paper is to analyse the feasibility and associated benefits of using blockchain technology for the management of corporate social responsibility (CSR) funds which have to be deployed in government-mandated areas of social sector development. The paper addresses the specific pro...(Read Full Abstract)


Diversity deficit and scale-flip

  • Authors: Bharathi N., Malghan D., Mishra S., Rahman A.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Journal of Development Studies
    DOI: 10.1080/00220388.2020.1802011

We present a comprehensive multi-scale test of the diversity-deficit hypothesis that posits a negative association between diversity and development. We develop a ‘scale-flip hypothesis’ that formalises how the political salience of diversity is contingent on the level of analysis. We also contribut...(Read Full Abstract)


Dynamic resource scheduling of biomanufacturing projects

  • Authors: Limon Y., Krishnamurthy A.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Computers and Industrial Engineering
    DOI: 10.1016/j.cie.2020.106527

We consider the scheduling problem for biomanufacturing projects that involve multiple tasks and “no-wait” constraints between some of these tasks. The aim is to create schedules that ensure timely delivery of products while enabling schedule revisions to accommodate additional constraints realized ...(Read Full Abstract)


Efficacy and safety of novel minimally invasive neck dissection techniques in oral/head and neck cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis

  • Authors: Nayak S.P., Sreekanth Reddy V., Gangadhara B., Sadhoo A.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery
    DOI: 10.1007/s12070-020-02066-7

Despite minimally invasive neck dissection (MIND) being popular technique, there is a paucity of literature emphasizing its safety and efficacy. In this meta-analysis, we compared the efficacy and safety of MIND over CND techniques in treating oral/head and neck cancer. We systematically searched Pu...(Read Full Abstract)


Estimating small-area population density in Sri Lanka using surveys and Geo-spatial data

Country-level census data are typically collected once every 10 years. However, conflicts, migration, urbanization, and natural disasters can rapidly shift local population patterns. This study demonstrates the feasibility of a "bottom-up"-method to estimate local population density in the between-c...(Read Full Abstract)


Exploring firm-level antecedents that drive motives of internationalization: a study of knowledge intensive Indian firms

  • Authors: Ahsan F.M., Sinha A., Srinivasan R.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Management and Organization Review
    DOI: 10.1017/mor.2020.3

We study firm level antecedents that drive different motives of internationalization of emerging economy firms. Based on firm's resource based considerations of asset exploitation versus asset augmentation and locational advantages of host countries, we provide a framework to classify the motives of...(Read Full Abstract)


Feedback spillovers across tasks, self-confidence and competitiveness

  • Authors: Banerjee R., Gupta N.D., Villeval M.C.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Bangalore
    Source: Games and Economic Behavior
    DOI: 10.1016/j.geb.2020.07.002

Does feedback on success in a task increase individuals' beliefs about their chance to succeed in a subsequent, unrelated, task? Does feedback on failure have a symmetric effect? Is the distortion of beliefs, possibly due to motivated beliefs, mistakes in updating or the feeling of having a lucky da...(Read Full Abstract)