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Some of the lessons to be learnt from China

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There are some pivotal lessons that one can learn from China. In my research with Mingfeng Tang (Southwestern University of Finance & Economics, China), Angathevar Baskaran (University of Malaya, Malaysia) and Yong Lu (Pennsylvania State University, USA), we discovered that … Continue reading

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International Journal of Business Performance Management (IJBPM)

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My colleagues, Dr. Orthodoxia Kyriacou, Dr. Angathevar Baskaran and myself have been  working since last 2 years on a research project investigating the experiences and realities faced by women accountants in India. Gladly, our research paper has been finally accepted … Continue reading

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International Conference in London : “Emerging Markets”

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Along with a few colleagues of mine, I am organizing an International Conference in London. The theme of the conference is: “Emerging Markets and the New Dynamics of Management” and shall be on 17-18 May, 2012. Yes you are invited … Continue reading

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Short-term performance pressures

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A period study of short-term performance pressures: Case of the British Biotechnology industry Dr. Angathevar Baskaran Dr. Jatin Pancholi Firoozeh Ghaffari ABSTRACT Since early 1990s, a number of studies argued that short-term performance pressures have deterred firms from investing in … Continue reading

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MBA Programmes

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Based on my current knowledge and understanding, I present my current thinking regarding MBA programmes as follows: 1) MBA Programmes The last decade of 1995-2005 has witnessed dramatic events and evolution of MBA programmes across the world. Around 12,000 students … Continue reading

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MARG London School of Economics Conference

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MARG London School of Economics Conference A conference to be attended today at London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE). I reached at around 9:00 am at Holborn Tube Station and then started walking towards LSE. LSE is at … Continue reading

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Management Science: Practices v/s Theory

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There are not always black or white answers in management. A lot of aspects in management fall in grey area. And that is really fascinating to me. I tell my MBA students since long that ‘There is no accurate formulae … Continue reading

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