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Total No of Publication : 219


A new solution approach for multi-stage semi-open queuing networks: An application in shuttle-based compact storage systems

  • Authors: Kumawat G.L., Roy D.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Computers and Operations Research
    DOI: 10.1016/j.cor.2020.105086

Multi-stage semi-open queuing networks (SOQNs) are widely used to analyze the performance of multi-stage manufacturing systems and automated warehousing systems. While there are several methods available for solving single-stage SOQNs, solution methods for multi-stage SOQNs are limited. Decompositio...(Read Full Abstract)


Artificial intelligence for decision support systems in the field of operations research: review and future scope of research

  • Authors: Gupta S., Modgil S., Bhattacharyya S., Bose I.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Annals of Operations Research
    DOI: 10.1007/s10479-020-03856-6

Operations research (OR) has been at the core of decision making since World War II, and today, business interactions on different platforms have changed business dynamics, introducing a high degree of uncertainty. To have a sustainable vision of their business, firms need to have a suitable decisio...(Read Full Abstract)


Selection of influential variables in ordinal data with preponderance of zeros

  • Authors: Das U., Das K.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Statistica Neerlandica
    DOI: 10.1111/stan.12225

Presence of excess zero in ordinal data is pervasive in areas like medical and social sciences. Unfortunately, analysis of such kind of data has so far hardly been looked into, perhaps for the reason that the underlying model that fits such data, is not a generalized linear model. Obviously some met...(Read Full Abstract)


Stochastic modeling of parallel process flows in intra-logistics systems: Applications in container terminals and compact storage systems

  • Authors: Kumawat G.L., Roy D., De Koster R., Adan I.
    Year: 2021 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: European Journal of Operational Research
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ejor.2020.08.006

Many intra-logistics systems, such as automated container terminals, distribution warehouses, and cross-docks, observe parallel process flows, which involve simultaneous (parallel) operations of independent resources while processing a job. When independent resources work simultaneously to process a...(Read Full Abstract)


A measure of authorship by publications

  • Authors: Mukherjee C., Basu R., Alam A.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Managerial and Decision Economics
    DOI: 10.1002/mde.3104

Measuring publication success of a researcher is a complicated task as publications are often co-authored by multiple authors, and so, it requires comparison of solo publications with joint publications. In this paper, like Price (1981), we argue for an egalitarian perspective in accomplishing this ...(Read Full Abstract)


A multilevel analysis of climate change inaction: case study of an Australian electricity company

  • Authors: Mishra K., Neesham C., Coghill K., Stubbs W.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Australasian Journal of Environmental Management
    DOI: 10.1080/14486563.2020.1758806

Climate change is a key societal and economic challenge. Despite widespread recognition for the need for urgent action on climate change, transformation to a zero carbon economy is still elusive. While there are detailed accounts of organisational responses to climate change impacts, little is known...(Read Full Abstract)


AGV or Lift-AGV? Performance trade-offs and design insights for container terminals with robotized transport vehicle technology

New container terminals are embracing robotized transport vehicles such as lift-automated guided vehicles (LAGVs) and automated guided vehicles (AGVs) to enhance the terminal throughput capacity. Although LAGVs have a high container handling time, they require less coordination with other terminal e...(Read Full Abstract)


Ambiguity attitudes and myopic loss aversion: Experimental evidence using carnival games

  • Authors: Aggarwal D., Damodaran U.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jbef.2019.100258

A series of tailor made experiments were executed on a representative Indian household sample to investigate the influence of risky and ambiguous options on the choices made by the subjects. The objective of the study was to understand the impact of prior results on subsequent decisions made along w...(Read Full Abstract)


Analysis of interval-censored competing risks data under missing causes

In this article, interval-censored competing risks data are analyzed when some of the causes of failure are missing. The vertical modeling approach has been proposed here. This approach utilizes the data to extract information to the maximum possible extent especially when some causes of failure are...(Read Full Abstract)


Challenging the Discourse of Leadership as Knowledge: Knowing and Not Knowing

  • Authors: Doshi V., Turner P.K., Vohra N.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Management Communication Quarterly
    DOI: 10.1177/0893318920950462

Leadership and knowledge are often paired together. Yet, certain forces that operate on businesses and individuals are often unknowable. In this study, we consider leaders’ perceptions of the consequences of not knowing and how leaders discursively cope with a sense of not knowing. Based on intervie...(Read Full Abstract)


China’s scholarship shows atypical referencing patterns

China has greatly increased the number of published works indexed in the Web of Science since 1980. This corpus of scholarship allows analysis of the creativity or innovation of that contribution, where creativity is indicated by deep conventionality and high novelty. A test is applied to analyze re...(Read Full Abstract)


Convergence to Walrasian equilibrium with minimal information

  • Authors: Lahkar R.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination
    DOI: 10.1007/s11403-019-00243-8

We consider convergence to Walrasian equilibrium in a situation where firms know only market price and their own cost function. We term this a situation of minimal information. We model the problem as a large population game of Cournot competition. The Nash equilibrium of this model is identical to ...(Read Full Abstract)


Coordination in a supply chain with two manufacturers, two substitute products, and one retailer

  • Authors: Thorstenson A., Ramani V.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: International Journal of Systems Science: Operations and Logistics
    DOI: 10.1080/23302674.2018.1522015

This paper analyses a model of coordination in a supply chain consisting of two manufacturers, two products, and a single retailer under full information. Market demand for each of the manufacturer's products allows for both price and cross-price elasticities. We consider a Stackelberg game between ...(Read Full Abstract)


Covid-19?s impact on supply chain decisions: Strategic insights from NASDAQ 100 firms using Twitter data

  • Authors: Sharma A., Adhikary A., Borah S.B.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Journal of Business Research
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jbusres.2020.05.035

The coronavirus pandemic is having a clear impact on the supply chains of virtually all manufacturers, retailers, and wholesalers. As the world attempts to navigate through this difficult time, most companies are struggling to maintain a steady flow of required goods and services. Whether it is froz...(Read Full Abstract)


Digital transformation of TSG from a B2B to a B2C company

  • Authors: Pingali S.R., Shah G.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies
    DOI: 10.1108/EEMCS-05-2020-0172

Learning outcomes: The main objective of this marketing strategy case is to understand why and how a firm should evaluate and rework its own business to stay competitive and aligned with external market forces. Case overview/synopsis: Technical Solutions Group (TSG), was the India-based technical su...(Read Full Abstract)


Examining the impact of justice perceptions on workplace bullying: a moderated mediational model of PCV and PDO

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between justice perceptions (distributive, procedural and interactional) and workplace bullying and to test the mediating role of psychological contract violation (PCV) in this relationship and the extent to which the mediation is mod...(Read Full Abstract)


Examining the Influence of Human Capital on Employees’ Innovative Work Behaviour: A Moderated Serial Mediation Model

  • Authors: Choudhary S., Memon N.Z., Mishra K.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management
    DOI: 10.1177/2322093720942660

Organisations invest in human capital to achieve favourable organisational performance. The purpose of this research is to explain how organisational human capital investments influence an individual’s human capital and innovative work behaviour (IWB). Drawing on Social Exchange Theory and its subse...(Read Full Abstract)


Gender segregation and wage differentials in India: the role of educational attainment and occupational choices

  • Authors: Agrawal T.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: International Journal of Manpower
    DOI: 10.1108/IJM-10-2019-0466

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the interrelation between two important dimensions of gender segregation: education and occupation. It further investigates the gender wage gap. Design/methodology/approach: The author uses a three-way additive decomposition of the mutual information ...(Read Full Abstract)


Gender, workplace support, and perceived job demands in the US and Indian context

  • Authors: Banerjee D., Doshi V.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: Personnel Review
    DOI: 10.1108/PR-11-2019-0627

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore the under-researched dynamics of gender, workplace support, and perceived job demands in two different contexts, the United States and India. Design/methodology/approach: The paper draws from two studies conducted in different contexts (the United Sta...(Read Full Abstract)


Impact of buyer-supplier network complexity on firms’ greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions: An empirical investigation

  • Authors: Adhikary A., Sharma A., Diatha K.S., Jayaram J.
    Year: 2020 | IIM Udaipur
    Source: International Journal of Production Economics
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ijpe.2020.107864

Building on transaction cost economics theory and social network theory, we investigate the impact of dimensions of buyer-supplier network (BSN) complexity (horizontal, vertical, and spatial) on firms' environmental performance, specifically, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Using secondary data from...(Read Full Abstract)