Market Imperfections and Regulatory Intervention: The Case of Insider Trading Regulation in the Indian Stock Market
This paper's aim is two-fold. First, to investigate whether, regulatory intervention, to improve insider trading transparency, leads to higher information production. Second, to understand how market imperfections can distort uniform impact expected out of regulatory intervention.
Vijaya Marisetty is currently working as an Associate Professor at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Prior to this, he was an Associate Professor at IIM, Bangalore. His research interest include Emerging financial markets, Financial market regulation, Australian Superannuation Market, etc. His work has been recognized through several best paper awards and publications in top scholarly journals. He holds PhD in finance from Monash University and postdoctoral fellowship in finance from Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
Condorcet profiles are responsible for a number of well known preference aggregation paradoxes. It is reasonable to claim that these profiles represent complete ties between the candidates and should therefore be excluded to determine election outcomes.
Dr. Sunanda Roy is currently a Visiting Faculty at Iowa State University. Earlier she worked with as Assistant Professor with Drake University and as Visiting Assistant Professor with Texas A & M University. She has a Ph. D. Economics from University of Southern California. Her current research interests include, Games of strategic substitutes and complements and their applications; Global games and their applications; Preference aggregation methods and voting paradoxes
Influence of Top Management Boundary Spanning on Exploratory Innovation and Middle Managers’ Role Conflict
This study examines the impact of management's boundary-spanning on exploratory innovation of business units.
Tom Elfring is Professor of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of VU University Amsterdam. He is head of the Department of Management and Organization. Previously he worked at the Rotterdam School of Management and had a part-time chair in Innovative entrepreneurship at Wageningen University (1997-2002). He has been visiting professor at the Copenhagen Business School (1996), at Mays Business School, University of Texas A&M (2006), at the Aarhus School of Business (2008), at University of Alabama (2010), and at University of Bologna (2011). He has a PhD in economics from Groningen University. His research interests include corporate entrepreneurship and venturing, networking in emerging organizations, strategic entrepreneurship, and managing service innovation. He has published over 40 international articles/book chapters in Journals, such as, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Business and Psychology, Long Range Planning, Organization Studies, Scandinavian Management Journal, Journal of Business Research, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, Scientometrics and Small Business Economics. He has published seven books, the latest Corporate Entrepreneurship and Venturing (2005, Springer). His book Rethinking Strategy (with Henk Volberda at Sage) has won the ERIM best book award.
The speaker will identify some key longer-term trends in the business environment which, if they continue, have the capacity to affect the HR agenda in some profound ways. While his focus will be on UK data, the key points have relevance in all countries.
Stephen Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School. He previously held lecturing posts at Manchester Business School and at the Manchester Metropolitan University Business School. Before his academic career he worked in a variety of management roles in the hotel industry and in the NHS. He teaches employment law, employee resourcing, employee relations, international HRM and the business context at postgraduate and undergraduate level. Research interests include employee retention, occupational pensions and regulatory issues. He is the author / co-author of several books including five editions of 'People Resourcing / 'Resourcing & Talent Management', three editions of 'Employment Law: An Introduction' (with Astra Emir), 'The Employee Retention Handbook' and six editions of 'Human Resource Management' (with Derek Torrington, Laura Hall and Carol Atkinson). A new book by Stephen entitled 'Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management' has recently been published. He regularly represents parties in employment tribunals and speaks at business events in the UK and Europe.
Murali Dharan is specialised in practical, market oriented course development/delivery with CEOs, Business Managers, outplacement Projects, real case studies & debates. He is a regular Speaker at Conferences in Australia & Asia (past Executive of IBM & Microsoft). He regularly runs Executive Forums on Technology, Sustainability and Management Strategies in Australia. He is a B.Tech(Hons) from IIT Kharagpu, MBA (Top Medal) MGSM, Sydney, Fellow, AICD (Aust. Institute of Company Directors)
This research within the academic field of sustainable consumption is concerned with the ever-increasing growth in affluent consumption following increased income levels (Linder 1970; Schor 1991). Affluent consumption is common in industrialized countries but is enjoyed by small (but growing) groups in most countries in the global South.
Dr. Cecilia Soler is a Senior Lecturer Sustainable Marketing and Consumption at Gothenburg School of Business and Economics, Sweden specialised in consumer behaviour and sustainable marketing management. . Her current area of research interest include Environment conformed consumer behaviour, Environmental communication, Consumption as a language.
Economic theory predicts that the existence of social ties among members of borrower groups matters for the success of joint liability contracts. Among other things, groups where members share social ties are expected to be better at enforcing joint liability contracts when compared to groups without ties.
Supriya Garikipati obtained her PhD from the University of Cambridge, UK in 2001. She then worked as a Research Associate at Cambridge before moving to the University of Liverpool in 2003. There she is a Senior Lecturer in Development Studies and Chair of the Development Studies Research Network and Co-director of India in the World Research Centre. Her main research interest are in examining the impact of public policy interventions on rural intra-household decision making with a focus on poverty and gender. Her work is mainly on India. Her work on microfinance and rural labour markets have been published in several peer-review development journals. She has been the recipient of several grants - among others from the British Academy, DFID and Newton Trust
The Impact of External Contexts on Alliance Governance Choice in Biotech-Pharmaceutical Firm Alliances
The prevalence of strategic alliances has increased dramatically especially in high tech, global industries such as biotechnology, as firms reach out to other firms to gain access to needed resources, expertise, and knowledge for developing and commercializing new products and technologies.
Shanthi Gopalakrishnan (Ph.D., Rutgers University) is Professor in the School of Management at New Jersey Institute of Technology. She was the Associate Dean of the Business School between 2007-2012. Her research interests are knowledge and innovation management, strategic alliances, Outsourcing alliances and governance arrangements. She has published over 50 papers and has won several Best Research Paper Awards (AOM 1997, 2009; IEEE 2001). She was the Past President of Eastern Academy of Management and currently serves on several journal editorial and advisory Boards (IEEE, Group and Organization Management and OMJ). She is currently the Program Chair of the EAM-I Conference for 2013
The presentation will make a case for focusing on inequality as it gives us an insight into some of the seemingly inefficient peculiarities associated with macroeconomic policies in India since liberalization.
Errol is currently a Professor of Economics at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad and is the Chairperson of the doctoral programme - the Fellow Program in Management. He has held appointments such as the India Chair Professor at the University Sciences Po in Paris, as a Visiting Professor of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, as an Honorary Senior Fellow of the Institute of South Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore, and as a Visiting Professor at the Turin School of Development of the ILO. He has worked on academic committees of the UGC and the ICSSR, and has been associated with the Planning Commission of India and the Reserve Bank of India in various capacities. He is on the Academic Council of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, and the Institute for Human Development, Delhi. He is currently a Member, Technical Advisory Committee on Monetary Policy, of the Reserve Bank of India. Errol D'Souza studied Economics and Statistics at the University of Bombay where he was awarded the Kashinath Trimbak Telang gold medal.
Laura Papi and her India team will present the IMF's fall 2012 World Economic Outlook and the outlook for the Asia-Pacific Region, noting the importance of reducing financial stress in the euro zone and of avoiding the so-called "fiscal cliff" in the US. Growth in Asia, including India, is linked to the global outlook, albeit with important home-growth factors.
Laura Papi is Assistant Director in the Asia and Pacific Department of the International Monetary Fund, heading the South Asia division. She has worked on a broad range of countries, most recently India. Previously she worked as Associate Director at Deutsche Bank, London, in emerging market research concentrating on Turkey and Emerging Europe (1997-2000). She has a PhD from the University of Warwick (UK)