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SP Jain In the Media"

Dr. Nawazish Mirza speaks at the 8th International Conference hosted by University of Pula, Croatia

Dr. Nawazish Mirza was invited as the keynote speaker for the 8th International Conference with the theme “Future World 2050” hosted by University of Pula, Croatia. This conference is indexed in Web of Science, and brings together various stakeholders including policy makers, professionals and academia to brainstorm on issues related to the current day business. The 2017 conference was aimed at discussing innovations and its impact on various business verticals for developed and emerging economies. Dr. Mirza’s key note speech explored challenges and opportunities for financial systems of the future amidst technological innovations.

Topics: Faculty in News

Prof. Arindam Banerjee provides a holistic view of the UAE’s private equity market in Banker Middle East

“2016 saw relatively weak private equity deal flows within the GCC and can be best described as a watershed year as the demand and supply gap further narrowed, promising well for more activity in 2017.” — says Prof. Arindam Banerjee in his article, Undiscovered Horizons, published in Banker Middle East, April Edition.

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Topics: DUBAI, Faculty in News

Dr Rajiv Aserkar presents his paper at the IPSERA Conference, Budapest, Hungary

Congratulations to Dr Rajiv Aserkar (Professor and Area Head – Logistics & Supply Chain, S P Jain School of Global Management) who presented his paper titled “Making Sourcing Decisions Through Total Landed Cost Exercise” in The International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA) Conference in Budapest, Hungary. The paper received appreciations from fellow educators from the top universities and leading industries from across the world. The Conference was co-hosted by University of Pannonia, Corvinus University of Budapest and Supply Chain Finance Community.

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Topics: Faculty in News

Dr. Nicolas Hamelin to Chair the 26th World Business Congress, IMDA

Dr. Nicolas Hamelin has been invited to chair the 26th World Business Congress of the International Management Development Association (IMDA), which will be held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, between the 19th and 23rd May, 2017. Dr. Nicolas will chair the congress as well as present at the Session II.14: Global Marketing Management and Business Strategies. His keynote address will focus on the topic “How neuroscience can help package design.”

About the Conference:

The 26th World Business Congress of the International Management Development Association (IMDA) will be held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, between May 19-23, 2017. The major local organiser is Kyrgyz-Turkish Manas University, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, in cooperation with different private and public sector partners from Kyrgyzstan. Several full and research-in-progress papers, panel session proposals, and case study presentations will be published in the award winning refereed congress proceedings. The congress offers an excellent opportunity to meet international thought leaders and professionals from around the world to exchange information and ideas on a variety of global business topics.

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Topics: Faculty in News

Sons vs Daughters in Family Businesses by Prof. Parimal Merchant (Director - GFMB Program)

In the ever-evolving world of Family Businesses in the 21st Century, why are women much less involved in managing the family businesses than the men? What are the societal factors which cause this gender bias? Prof Parimal Merchant comments.

Topics: Global Family Managed Business, Faculty in News

Dr. Shital Vakhariya publishes research paper about the Tata Group named “Tata at a Crossroads”

This case study is about Ratan Tata, Cyrus Mistry and the different leadership in the Tata Group. It discusses how Ratan Tata restructured the Tata Sons business and developed the company subsequently.  Click Here to view the original article.

Topics: Faculty in News

All in the family: Prof. Parimal Merchant explains Family Managed Business in G2

The Asian Institute of Family Managed Business (AIFMB) is a unique social initiative for scions of family businesses. G2 talks to Prof. Parimal Merchant, Chief Advisor, AIFMB about what he sees as India’s greatest strength and promise for the future—the family owned business—that denotes trust, reliability and long-term perspective

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Prof. Arindam Banerjee comments on the Paris agreement on Climate Change for Forbes ME

The use of fossil fuels by the world’s economies has been increasing by an alarming rate. Heavy subsidies and the lack of financial incentives to use energy in a more responsible way could be one of the culprits. “The concern for Middle – Eastern states is particularly interesting. Carbon emissions in the Arab world are relatively modest, representing around 5% of the global emissions, but how fast they are growing is alarming – they have tripled in the last few decades.” shares Prof. Arindam Banerjee as he examines the Middle Eastern implications of the Paris agreement on climate change for Forbes ME.

Topics: Faculty in News

Dr. Dhrupad Mathur on the thriving global e-commerce

Giant e-commerce firms have been a part of the daily conversation in India more than ever before since the talks of de-monetisation occurred. The growth in global commerce firms have been tremendous since 2015, predicted to reach a whopping US$1506 billion by the year 2018. How do local players cope with this? In a democracy with free markets, the global e-commerce has a major advantage over the local markets. What are the factors that give the global commerce firms an added advantage?

Prof Dhrupad Mathur, Assistant Dean – Executive MBA gives his views on the same.

Topics: Faculty in News, E-commerce