Publications in Financial Times 45 Journals
A Nested Dirichlet Process Analysis of Cluster Randomized Trial Data with Application in Geriatric Care Assessment
In cluster randomized trials, patients seen by the same physician are randomized to the same treatment arm as a group. Besides the natural clustering of patients due to cluster/grouprandomization, interactions between an individual patient and the attending physician within the group could just as well influence patient care outcomes.
Catch-up strategies in the Indian auto components industry: Domestic firms’ responses to market liberalization
Market liberalization in emerging-market economies and the entry of multinational firms spur significant changes to the industry/institutional environment faced by domestic firms. Prior studies have described how such changes tend to be disruptive to the relatively backward domestic firms, and negatively affect their performance and survival prospects.
Assessing Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors of Young Women: a Joing Model with Nonlinear Time Effects, Time Varying Covariates, and Dropout
Understanding human sexual behaviors is essential for the effective prevention of sexually transmitted infections. Analysis of longitudinally measured sexual behavioral data, however, is often complicated by zero-inflation of event counts, nonlinear time trend, time-varying covariates, and informative dropouts.
Bayesian Analysis of Cancer Rates from SEER Program using Parametric and Semiparametric Joinpoint Regression Models
Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States. Cancer incidence and mortality rates measure the progress against cancer; these rates are obtained from the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program of the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
The retirement of baby boomers along with a smaller cohort group of young people replacing them poses a challenge for employers in the future-where will they find the workers they need? One largely untapped source of human resources is people with disabilities (PWDs). Why have employers mostly ignored this large labor pool?
This article attempts to understand the state of teaching, training and research in business ethics in the South and South East Asian region. The countries surveyed are Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, India, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam.
Many durable products cannot be used without a contingent consumable product, e.g., printers require ink, iPods require songs, razors require blades, etc. For such products, manufacturers may be able to lock in consumers by making their products incompatible with consumables that are produced by other firms.
Socialization has crucial outcomes for both the employee and the employer. Through an exploratory qualitative study conducted in India, we examined how people with disabilities (PWD) viewed various aspects of their socialization process.
Research on values is extensive. Values and value systems are concepts that have interested researchers across domains such as psychology, sociology, and anthropology. However, antecedents of values have not received sufficient attention. In this study, we develop and assess a personal value system from the ancient texts of India.
How social and human capital influence opportunity recognition and resource mobilization in India's handloom industry
Small-scale firms in rural areas play an extremely important role in the development of any country, and especially in developing countries. To understand entrepreneurs who operate in a low-technology industry, we rely on the network perspective on entrepreneurship.