Editorial : New Strategic Opportunities for the United States in South Asia and Its Neighborhood Gurumurthy Kalyanaram

A version of this article appeared in Wilson Quarterly in Spring 2016. Please see the following link: https://wilsonquarterly.com/quarterly/the-post-obama-world/why-the-rise-ofsouth-asia-should-interest-the-u-s/ Editorial from Dr. Gurumurthy Kalyanaram A salient, but somewhat overlooked, element of the Obama presidency is the rise of new strategic opportunities for the United States in South Asia and its neighborhood, through the revival and strengthening Read More …

Editorial: Endogenous Modeling of Late Entry Penalties for Packaged Goods

(This editorial is abstracted verbatim from the following research manuscript: “ENDOGENOUS MODELING OF LATE ENTRY PENALTIES FOR PACKAGED GOODS by Gurumurthy Kalyanaram and Glen L. Urban, MIT Working Paper (WP #3412-92MSA).” The working paper can be obtained from Dr. Gurumurthy Kalyanaram. Introduction Numerous previous papers have documented the empirical relationship of early entry with market Read More …

Editorial: Improving the Long-term Prosperity and Productivity of India Through Improvement in Learning Outcomes in Schools

In this special issue released on the occasion of University Day of NMIMS (Deemed to be) University, we present six insightful manuscripts by scholars resident at NMIMS. Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal, with the help of a donation from Narsee Monjee Educational Trust, established a Management institute of the Mumbai University in 1981.  Based on Read More …

Editorial – November 2016

The role of Brands in Recruitment In this issue, we present four academically rigorous but highly market relevant research manuscript from young scholars. Here, we present my research with Gordhan Saini and Pritha Banerjee of Tata Institute of Social Sciences on “The Role of Brands in Recruitment: Mediating Role of Employer Brand Equity.” This research Read More …

On availability heuristics, the world bank and imf, and us higher education

Availability Heuristics Human beings and even experts appear to have a relative short memory on even recent history, and project the immediate outcomes to future. Availability heuristic operates with a vengeance. This happens with financial markets. Stock market goes up, goes up more, and goes up even more — and we start believing that going Read More …