Conference Proceedings

The ISB has a vibrant research ecosystem owing to the multitude of conferences hosted by different academic areas and Centres of Excellence (CoEs). Dedicated to a three-part agenda – knowledge creation, knowledge dissemination and knowledge to action – the CoEs at the ISB are at the forefront of their chosen research areas. The Centres and academic areas facilitate and advance both basic and applied research by faculty at the ISB by organising both scholarly and industry focussed conferences. The learning from these events is captured in the form of conference proceedings for the participants and other learning enthusiasts.

Conference ProceedingsDe, Sankar.,Subramanian, Krishnamurthy. "Income Inequality and Employment Protection Laws: Evidence from OECD countries", 7th Annual Conference on Economic Growth and Development, ISI Delhi, 2011Centre for Analytical FinanceRead Abstract >Close >Sankar De, Manpreet Singh and Krishnamurthy Subramanian, conference presentation, 7th Annual Conference on Economic Growth and Development, ISI Delhi, December, 2011

Conference ProceedingsSaha, Rajib., Seidmann, Avi.,Tilson, Vera. "Unexpected Motivations behind Joining Group Purchasing Organization (GPO)", Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Hawaii, USA, 2011
Conference ProceedingsPanjwani, Saurabh., Uppal, Abhinav., Cutrell, Edward. "Script-agnostic reflow of text in document images", Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (Mobile HCI), 2011
Conference ProceedingsDe, Sankar.,​Reddy, Naveen.,​Pochiraju, Bhimasankaram. "Success/Failure of Past Trades and Trading Behaviour of Investors", Asian Finance Conference, Hong Kong, 2010Centre for Analytical FinanceRead Abstract >Close >Success/Failure of Past Trades and Trading Behaviour of Investors, invited presentation at Asian Finance Conference, Hong Kong, July, 2010

Conference ProceedingsSrikanth, Kannan.,Reddi Kotha, Gerard George. "Bridging the mutual knowledge gap: coordination and the commercialization of radical science ", Academy of Management, Best paper proceedings , USA, 2010Read Abstract >Close >This study examines why some inventions are commercialized. We focus on the coordination costs within the inventor team to further develop the technology and the coordination costs involved in transferring knowledge to licensee firms. We test whether the variation in levels of mutual knowledge in scientist teams influences the likelihood that their inventions will be licensed. We test our predictions in a large sample of 4,575 invention disclosures by teams of scientists. We find a pattern of results that confirm that the anticipated coordination costs influence whether an invention is licensed. The implications for the literatures in coordination and innovation are discussed.

Conference ProceedingsNandkeolyar, Amit K., Brett.J.M.,Gunia.B.C, Kamdar.D. "Trust and modes of thought among Indian and American Negotiators. Data analysis", Academy of Management Conference, Harvard Business School Publishing, 2010
Conference ProceedingsSrikanth, Kannan. "Acquisition Experience and Value Creation", Academy of Management, Best paper proceedings, USA, 2010
Conference ProceedingsSrikanth, Kannan. "Coordinating in the business process offshoring ", DRUID Best Paper Proceedings , USA, 2010
Conference ProceedingsSaha, Rajib., Seidmann, Avi.,Tilson, Vera. "A Research Agenda for Emerging Roles of Healthcare GPOs and Their Evolution from Group Purchasing to Information Sharing to Strategic Consulting", Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Hawaii, USA, 2010
Conference ProceedingsChhatre, Ashwini., Arun Agrawal. "Reply to Ternström et al.:Challenges of studying multiple outcomes simultaneously", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, London, 2010
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