A key element of IIMU’s mission is our commitment to thought leadership in research that builds theory and inspires practice. Our objective is to establish IIM Udaipur as a leader in management research in India.
As part of this effort, we have created multiple forums for faculty to exchange research ideas and remain informed about their colleagues' projects. A fortnightly internal seminar series provides an opportunity for faculty to present research paper drafts to their colleagues to get internal feedback. A Research Incubation Series (RISE) encourages dialogue among faculty to share ideas on newly initiated research projects and possibly spawn research collaborations.
|14-Jun-18||Prateek Sharma||Quantile forecasts using the Realized GARCH-EVT approach|
|9-Aug-18||Tushar||Returns to education in India: A comparative analysis of business, farm and wage workers|
|20-Sep-18||Ratul Lahkar||Evolutionary Implementation in a Public Goods Game|
|28-Sep-18||Shobhit Aggarwal||Dividend Tax Effects - Evidence from India|
|20-Dec-18||Arpana Rai||Examining Dynamics of Empowering Leadership: A study of Indian Managerial Employees|
|1-Jun-18||Prateek Sharma||Readability of financial statements and investor behavior|
|14-Sep-18||Arpana Rai||Testing the Paradoxical nature of Empowering Leadership: Evidence from India|
|9-Nov-18||Kirti Mishra||Business, community, and nature: a human ecology perspective|
|25-Jan-19||Vijayta Doshi||Women entrepreneurship in India|
|8-Jun-18||Prof. Anupam Agrawal (Texas A&M University)||How does a return period policy change affect multi channel retailer profitabilit|
|15-Jun-18||Vikram Desai||How do Auditors Issue Going Concern Opinions? A Dynamic model using Belief Functions; Evidence from 2004 to 2015|
|2-Aug-18||Chandan Jha||Condoning Corruption: Who Votes for Corrupt Political Parties?|