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The ISB’s stature as a research-oriented institution has grown rapidly since its inception in 2001. The ISB is among the few schools in the world that undertake research with a focus on emerging and transition economies, striving to create synergies between India, Asia and the global business environment. It is evident from the wide array of research projects undertaken by the faculty and the Centres of Excellence (CoEs) at the School. The faculty also use multiple mediums in addition to journals and books to educate a wider segment of people in their areas of interest. 

OtherRamachandran, Kavil. "Indian Family Business: Creating Legacy", ISB insight, 2019Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise
OtherZerrillo, Philip. " Memaska Steel (Case Study) ", SMU Case Series , Forthcoming
OtherZerrillo, Philip., Havovi Joshi, Sheetal Mittal. "Thien Long: Stationary Success in Vietnam Ambition Beyond", Singapore Management University Case Series, European Case Clearing House, Harvard Business Publishing, 2019
OtherBang, Nupur Pavan.,Chittoor, Raveendra., Ramachandran, Kavil., Vishwanathan, Anierudh. "Standalone Family Firms Lead on Gender Parity", ISB insight, 2018Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise
OtherRamachandran, Kavil. "The Three Circles of Family Business", ISB insight, 2018Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise
OtherBang, Nupur Pavan.,Ray, Sougata., Ramachandran, Kavil., Vishwanathan, Anierudh. "Family Businesses:Promoters’ Skin in the Game 2001-2017", 2018Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family EnterpriseRead Abstract >Close >Family businesses survived and grew through the era of the ‘Licence Raj’. However, in the postindependent India. it was widely assumed that family businesses would not be able to adapt to the paradigm shift in the strategy, operations, structure and resource allocation brought about by the liberalizationpolicies of 1991 and beyond1. While many family businesses failed to rise to the occasion, the Indian economy witnessed a new generation of highly competent family businesses that established themselves as significant players. Also, many old family business groups rejuvenated themselves to remain competitive and moved to leadership positions in their respective industries. Of course, many withered away in the competitive heat generated by the process (Bang, Ray & Ramachandran, 2017). In essence, family businesses in India prospered in the era of liberalization and contributed significantly towards employment generation, gross domestic product, social welfare activities and to the exchequer. To better understand family businesses in India and their evolution post liberalization, the Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise at the Indian School of Business has undertaken a series of studies. The first study in the series was published in July 2017, “Family Businesses: The emerging landscape - 1990-2015”. The study systematically traced the collective trends exhibited by family businesses and other ownership categories like the state-owned enterprises and the multinational companies, on various parameters of performance.This publication, “Family Businesses: Promoters’ Skin in the Game- 2001-2017” is the second White Paper in this series focusing on ownership.

OtherZerrillo, Philip., Adina Wong. "City Mart: Creating and Ecosystem in Myanmar", Singapore Management University Case Series, European Case Clearing House, Harvard Business Publishing, 2018
OtherZerrillo, Philip., Havovi Joshi, Akira Mitsumasu. "Japan Airlines: Turning Around to Take Off Again", Singapore Management University Case Series, European Case Clearing House, Harvard Business Publishing, 2018
OtherZerrillo, Philip., Markus Venzin, Chan Chi Wei. "The Prysmian Group: in Asia Pacific implementing Strategy", Singapore Management University Case Series, European Case Clearing House, Harvard Business Publishing, 2018
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