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Accepted : Peer Reviewed Journal

  • Preeti Tiwari. “Identifying the Role of Individual-Level Constructs in Developing Social Entrepreneurial Intentions”. Journal of Global Responsibility. ABDC-C. Accepted.

Case

  • Amit Srivastava, Vidya Pratap and Dayashankar Maurya. “Decision Dilemma of a Public Manager”. The Case Centre. Accepted.
  • Amit Srivastava, Kaustav Saha, Semraan Aquil, Aakshita Mukhopadhyay. “Entropy Innovation: A Bumpy Ride Ahead?”. Ivey Publication. Accepted.

2020-21

Peer Reviewed Journal

  • Preeti Tiwari, Anil K Bhat and Jyoti Tikoria (2020). “The mediating role of Prosocial Motivation in Predicting Social Entrepreneurial Intentions”. The Journal of Social Entrepreneurship. ABDC-B.

2019-20

Peer Reviewed Journal

  • Dayashankar Maurya and Amit K Srivastava and (2020). Relationship between governance mechanisms and contract performance. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management. ABDC-B.
  • Dayashankar Maurya and Micheal Mintrom (2019). “Policy Entrepreneurs as Catalysts of Broad System Change: The Case of Social Health Insurance Adoption in India”. Asian Journal of Public Policy.
  • Preeti Tiwari, Anil K Bhat, Jyoti Tikoria and Kaustav Saha (2019). “Exploring the Factors Responsible in Predicting Entrepreneurial Intention Among Nascent Entrepreneurs”. South Asian Journal of Business Studies. ABDC-C.

Book/Book Chapter

  • Preeti Tiwari, Anil K Bhat and Jyoti (2020). “The Effect of Emotional Intelligence, Empathy and Perceived Social Pressure on Predicting Social Entrepreneurial Intention: A Field Research”. In Methodological Issues in Social Entrepreneurship Knowledge and Practice. Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics. Springer, Singapore.

2018-19

Book/Book Chapter

  • Preeti Tiwari, Anil Bhat and Jyoti Tikoria (2018). “”Factors Affecting Individual’s Intention to Become a Social Entrepreneur””. In Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Business Models: The Case of India, 59-98. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Dayashankar Maurya and Mukul Asher (2018). “Chapter 17: India’s Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana: Enhancing Policy and Organizational Capacities for Better Outcomes”. In Role of Public Policy in Development Process: Emerging Socio-Economic Scenario in the Indian Economy. Academic Foundation, New Delhi.

Peer Reviewed Journal

  • Dayashankar Maurya and Kwan Chang Yee (2019). “Interactive Governance and Implementation Effectiveness in India’s National Health Insurance Program”. Australian Journal of Public Administration. ABDC-A.
  • Dayashankar Maurya, Kedar Joshi, Varsha Khandkar, Vidya Pratap and Vishwanathan Iyer (2019). “”Making-Up During Data Analysis -The Performance Measurement System In Karnataka.”” Public Administration Quarterly (Spring 2019): 79-120. ABDC- A. “.
  • Dayashankar Maurya and Amit K Srivastava (2019). “Managing Partner Opportunism in Public-Private Partnerships: The Dynamics of Governance Adaptation”. Public Management Review. ABDC-A.
  • Dayashankar Maurya and M. Ramesh (2018). “Program Design, Implementation and Performance: The Case of National Health Insurance in India.” Health Economics Policy and Law, 1-22. ABDC-B.
  • S. Rajasulochana and Dayashankar Maurya (2018). “108 in Crisis: Complacency and Compromise Undermine Emergency Services’ Potential”. Economic & Political Weekly 53 no. 25. ABDC-B
  • Dayashankar Maurya (2018). “Contracting out: Making it work”. Policy Design and Practice 1 no. 4: 281-297

Other Publications

  • Dayashankar Maurya (2018). Paucity of Disease Data & Fragmented Financing are Barriers to Innovation in Indian Healthcare. Chronicle Pharmabiz: November 13, 2018.
  • Dayashankar Maurya (2018). Designing NHPS: lessons from the past. Deccan Herald: September 12, 2018.

2017-18

Book/Book Chapter

  • Amit K Srivastava and Sushil (2017). “Chapter 3: Strategy Execution Act: Channelizing Strategy Execution Operations into Actions”. In Riding the new Tides: Navigating the Futures Through Effective People Management. Emerald Group Publishing (India) Private Limited.

Peer Reviewed Journal

  • Amit Baran Chakrabarti and Arindam Mondal (2017). “Can Commercialization Through Partial Disinvestment Improve the Performance of State-Owned Enterprises? The case of Indian SOEs Under Reforms”. Journal of General Management 43, no. 1: 5-14.
  • Amit Kumar Srivastava and Sushil (2017). “Alignment: The Foundation of Effective Strategy Execution.” International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management 66, no. 8: 1043-1063. ABDC- B.
  • Dayashankar Maurya, Altaf Virani and S. Rajasulochana (2017). “Horses for Courses: Moving India towards Universal Health Coverage through Targeted Policy Design”. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy (December 2017) 15 no. 6 : 733-744. ABDC-C.

Other Publications

  • Dayashankar Maurya (2017). Reforms needed for revolutionizing healthcare in India. Chronicle Pharmabiz. December 21, 2017.

2016-17

Other Publications

  • Dayashankar Maurya (2017). Sustainable Health Financing System for India: The Economic Perspective, Express Healthcare:  March 03, 2017.
  • T. S. Ramakrishnan (2017). Let’s Go Digital, Please. Financial Chronicle: January 17, 2017.
  • T. S. Ramakrishnan (2017). Can’t Say Demonetisation Has Failed. Business Line: January 05, 2017.
  • T. S. Ramakrishnan (2016). Blessing in disguise for real estate sector. Business Standard: December 11, 2016.
  • T. S. Ramakrishnan (2016). Moving from Cash to Cashless. Business Standard: November 25, 2016.
  • T. S. Ramakrishnan (2016). Demonetisation is worth all the troubles. Business Standard: November 17, 2016.
  • T. S. Ramakrishnan (2016). Flexi-fare could ease Railways’ revenue burden. Business Standard: October 14, 2016.
  • T. S. Ramakrishnan (2016). Will flexi-fare for ‘elite’ trains work? Business Standard: October 13, 2016.
  • Dayashankar Maurya and M Asher (2016). India’s march towards universal health coverage: Lesson’s from RSBY. Express Healthcare- Vol. 10. October 08, 2016.
  • T. S. Ramakrishnan (2016). Coordinate to improve Railways. Asian Age: September 08, 2016.
  • T. S. Ramakrishnan (2016). Rationalize passenger transport to gain freight traffic. Business Standard: August 18, 2016.
  • T. S. Ramakrishnan (2016). A load too heavy for Indian Railways. Business Standard: August 17, 2016.
  • T. S. Ramakrishnan (2016). The rule of law prevails fitfully in most cases. Hindustan Times: July 14, 2016.
  • T. S. Ramakrishnan (2016). Fixing Suburban Rail Travel. The Hindu: June 13, 2016.