Faculty Press Articles

E.g., 2021-06-12
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Authored By
Dr. RK Pattnaik

Published in
The Hindu Business Line

July 10, 2020

India’s external sector isn’t as robust as it appears

The accretion to forex reserves comes from a lower current account deficit and higher net capital flows. But these are a result of uncertainties in the investment climate and a collapse in trade due to Covid

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Authored By
Dr. Vanita Bhoola

Published in
Forbes India

July 03, 2020

Striking the right chords during a Black Swan: Revisiting the leadership playbook

There is no shortcut for managing people during these tough times. It is evident that though each person's situation and experience is varied, it all funnels down to the same 4 C's which must be adopted to navigate through a black swan.

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Authored By
Prof. Jagdish Rattanani

Published in
The Free Press Journal

June 30, 2020

No reason for optimism on COVID-19 just yet

Counting data accurately and communicating it transparently is an important part of responding to COVID-19 and refining tactics as the disease evolves and spreads. This area marks not the least of the failings of the Government in the thick of fighting a pandemic that will likely leave India as one of the worst hit nations on the globe.

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Authored By
Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar & Dr. Anshul Verma

Published in
Forbes India

June 25, 2020

Lending to MSMEs amidst the pandemic

The availability of timely and precise data capturing structured and unstructured information then becomes critical for ensuring that loans given to the MSME sector may be used productively and that such lending does not end up affecting the stability of the financial sector

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Authored By
Vijay Sampath

Published in
People Matters

June 25, 2020

Grizzled Survivor', 'Habitual Winner' or 'Young Upstart' – Who can lead recovery after COVID-19?

The world contemplates re-entry to “normalcy” as the catastrophic Covid lockdown draws to a close. After Covid, the organization and the river of life will change unrecognizably .Some organizations will revive and many will struggle or die.

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Authored By
Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi

Published in
Economic Times (HR World)

June 21, 2020

Has Corona changed the rules of workplace communication?

What we say matters, how we say it, matters even more! Successful communicators know this mantra and have been using their mien and manners to persuade others.

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Authored By
Dr Ashita Aggarwal & Rachna Wadhwa

Published in
Exchange4media

June 20, 2020

Are Marketers breaking or building gender stereotypes?

Have you ever wondered that most advertisements show women working in the kitchen, taking care of kids and prioritizing family and home overwork! How many times the stories we see and hear or advertisements on television show men cleaning the home or taking a break from work to nurture kids? Probably never!

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Authored By
Prof. Ananth Narayan

Published in
CNBC TV18

June 19, 2020

Explained: Should govt raise money directly from retail savers and other questions

Here are a few topical questions that test our understanding of money, banking and economics. Will excessive government spending now crowd out private investments? Should the government now raise money directly from retail savers, perhaps by way of a special COVID-19 bond? Is precautionary savings behind the current rising levels of deposits? Can a rising money supply eventually threaten our financial stability? If the money supply has to be controlled later, how should it be done?

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Authored By
Dr. Vasant Sivaraman and Prof. Bindu Kulkarni

Published in
Fortune India

June 17, 2020

The secret of Zoom’s success

The company did not disrupt the market as it did not eat into the shares of the existing players but won new buyer groups with its simple, friendly offering.

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Authored By
Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar & Dr. Anshul Verma

Published in
Livemint

June 16, 2020

Opinion | The post-lockdown prospects of our small businesses

The Indian government has tried to protect its most vulnerable enterprise group—the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) sector—from the fallout of covid-19 by redefining what constitutes such enterprises, and providing a relief package under the Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan.

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Authored By
Dr. Sheila Roy and Dr. Renuka Kamath

Published in
ET Brand Equity

June 15, 2020

Markets that rise to the sky: Covid-19 makes skyrises change behaviour to group buying

“Skyrise” buildings. Vertical cities. Housing societies. Cohesive “Skyrise Markets” embedded within urban cities that have their own gated communities, facilities and services necessary for improving living, working, cultural and leisure lifestyle of its members. Presently, also doubling up as extended office spaces with work from home for all during the unexpected Covid-19 crisis.

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Authored By
Dr. Anil Vaidya

Published in
Business Today

June 14, 2020

Education's Big Leap

On April 4, Professor Anil V. Vaidya, Head, Information Management, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's SP Jain Institute of Management Research, Mumbai, delivered an entire machine learning session online.

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