Editorial

Elements of Supply Chain Management in Pharmaceutical Industry¹ by Gurumurthy Kalyanaram We are delighted to present our January issues of NMIMS Management Review, and Economics and Public Policy Journals. The quality of the manuscripts and the editorial board speak for themselves. We are also introducing a brand new scholarly journal: NMIMS Engineering and Technology Review Read More …

Editorial – The Negative Effects of Social Capital in Organizations: A Review and Extension

Abstract Numerous studies have examined the positive effects of social capital in organizations, whereas the possible negative effects have attracted considerably less scholarly attention. To rectify this imbalance, this paper first undertakes a rigorous review of the published scholarly empirical evidence pertaining to the negative effects of social capital in organizations through a search of Web of Knowledge Read More …

The Negative Effects of Social Capital in Organizations: A Review and Extension

Author Gurumurthy Kalyanaram Abstract Numerous studies have examined the positive effects of social capital in organizations, whereas the possible negative effects have attracted considerably less scholarly attention. To rectify this imbalance, this paper first undertakes a rigorous review of the published scholarly empirical evidence pertaining to the negative effects of social capital in organizations through Read More …

Editorial: Diversity in Higher Education Gurumurthy Kalyanaram

As an academic, I am interested in the role of diversity in educational institutions, corporate work place, non-profit organizations, and in public policy making. But, here, in this short essay, I want to focus on one important question: Should diversity be a consideration to admissions in colleges and universities? This question resonates all over the Read More …

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

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-of-south-asiashould-interest-the-u-s/ 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 of democratic governments in large Read More …