Center for Research in Emerging EconomiesSeptember 30, 2023 2023-10-13 6:45
Center for Research in Emerging Economies
Center for Research in Emerging Economies
Overview of the Research Center
The Center for Research in Emerging Economies, or CREE, (formerly Centre for Asia Pacific Business Research, Economics and Innovation) aims to serve the business and academic communities by bringing together researchers and industry leaders to conduct high quality research on current and emerging issues globally. It aims to facilitate constructive dialogues to have a significant impact in the economic and business advancement. In addition to engaging in research activities, CREE is also expected to serve as a discussion forum for advancement of business research, economics, and innovations in this region.
- Act as a think tank providing advices and ideas to researchers, industry leaders and experts, laying the foundation to build a world-class reputation of the center in the areas of economics, business, and innovation studies.
- To promote a multidisciplinary research approach that tries to integrate a plethora of areas of business research.
- Engaging current and future leaders from corporate and academia to gather and enhance collaboration through high quality research, programs of executive education and workshops as well as professional and student exchange.
Spring ’22 Distinguished Inspiration Lecture in Leadership
Leadership to Last
Tuesday, March 15, 7:00PM (New Delhi)
Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor, Harvard Business School
Director, Lakshmi Mittal and Family South Asia Institute, Harvard University
Moderated by: Dr. Mayank Dhanudiyal, Professor and Dean,
Jindal Global Business School
Spring ’22 Inspiration Lecture #2
Making India Prosperous
Wednesday, April 27, 6:30PM (New Delhi)
Dr. Kalyan Singhal
McCurdy Professor of Operations and Supply-Chain Management
Merrick School of Business
University of Baltimore
Summary: “Because of its size, India’s prosperity affects not only the well-being of all Indians, but also that of everyone else in the world. In order to imagine our future, we must first understand our present and how our past led us here. I will therefore begin by describing India’s history from 1757, when the British arrived, to 1947 when they left. I will also offer glimpses of India before the British occupation. Having established this historical foundation, I will then discuss both our extraordinary accomplishments and also our most substantial mistakes and failures since independence This journey along history’s path should lead us to a promising vision of our future and to the beginning of the road that will lead us there.
The current discourse about the Indian economy is impeded simply because some basic facts are not broadly known or publicized. Once we are all working from the same facts, we will more easily reach a national consensus as to how to pursue prosperity and development on all fronts. I believe our vibrant political democracy must be accompanied by an economic democracy in which everyone has opportunities commensurate with their capabilities and efforts. Social democracy will naturally follow.”
About the speaker: Dr. Kalyan Singhal is McCurdy Professor of Operations and Supply-Chain Management at the Merrick School of Business, University of Baltimore. He founded the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) in 1989. He also founded the journal Production and Operations Management (POM) in 1992, and he has been serving as its editor in chief since then. He is also the founder, publisher. And coeditor in chief of the Management and Business Review (MBR). He has published in all leading journals in his discipline, including the Academy of Management Review, the Journal of Operations Management, Management Science, Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Operations Research, and Production and Operations Management. He is a Fellow of both INFORMS and POMS.
Moderated by: Dr. Chitrakalpa Sen, Professor of Economics, Jindal Global Business School
Inspiration Lecture Series, Fall 2021
- 17 November, Dr. Barbara Biasi, Assistant Professor, Yale School of Management, Visiting Assistant Professor, Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance
- 10 November, Dr. Uma Karmarkar, Assistant Professor, Rady School of Management and School for Global Policy and Strategy, University of California, San Diego
- 18 October, Dr. Silvia Bellezza, Gantcher Associate Professor of Business in Marketing at Columbia Business School
- 29 September, Dr. Pascaline Dupas, Professor of Economics, Stanford University, Faculty Director, Stanford King Center on Global Development
- 25 September, Dr. Varsha Jain, Professor in Integrated Marketing Communications and Co-chairperson, FPM (Doctoral Level Program) at the MICA (India)
- 17 September, Dr. Devashish Mitra, Professor of Economics, Gerald B. and Daphna Cramer Professor of Global Affairs at the Maxwell School, Syracuse University
- 19 August, Dr. Tali Regev, Economist and faculty at the Tiomkin School of Economics at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya
Inspiration Lecture Series, Spring 2021
- 30 April, Distinguished Lecture in Economics, The Samaritan’s Curse: Group Behavior, Morality, and the Role of the Leader, Professor Kaushik Basu, Professor of Economics and Carl Marks Professor of International Studies, Cornell University.
- 14 April, Capital Structures in developing countries around the world: Are small firms different? Professor Kate Phylaktis, Professor of International Finance, Director, Emerging Markets Group (EMG), Cass Business School, City, University of London.
- 31 March, Does Interaction on Social Media Drive Extremeness or Moderation? Professor Devin Shanthikumar, Associate Professor, Paul Merage School of Business, University of California, Irvine.
- 25 March, Distinguished lecture in Finance, Using and Abusing Factors, Professor Kenneth R. French, Roth Family Distinguished Professor of Finance, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College.
- 16 March, Is Financial Inclusion beneficial for Banks? Prof. Sushanta Mallick, Professor of International Finance, School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London.
- 2 March, Intermediary good pricing in production networks: Equality and inequality in a theory of value, Professor Robert Gilles, Professor of Theoretical Economics & Economics Subject Group Leader, Management School, The Queen’s University of Belfast.
Global Lecture Series, Fall 2020
- 10 November, Optimal public debt indexation in advanced economies, Dr. Patricia Gomez-Gonzalez , Assistant Professor (Economics), Fordham University.
- 4 November, Can Interest Rate Factors Explain Exchange Rate Fluctuations? Dr. Julieta Yung, Assistant Professor (Economics), Bates College.
- 26 October, The Challenges and Future of Researching Wisdom, Professor (Honorary) Dr. David Rooney, University of Macquarie, Australia.
- 26 October, Increasing the Cost of Informal Workers: Evidence from Mexico, Brenda Samaniego de la Parra, Assistant Professor (Economics), University of California, Santa Cruz.
- 22 October, Innovation, Fintech, and Mobile Economics Research, Dr. Alex R. Horenstein, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Miami.
Inspiration Lecture Series, Fall 2020
- 8 December, The economic and social impacts of Covid-19, Dr. Abhinay Muthoo, Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, University of Warwick.
- 2 December, Is Tourism Good for Locals? Evidence from Barcelona, Dr. Rocio Madera, Assistant Professor (Economics), Southern Methodist University.
- 30 November, Universal Basic Income in Post-Pandemic Poor Countries, Dr. Pranab Bardhan, Professor of Graduate School at the Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley
- 25 November, Universities and Regional Growth, Dr. Alex Whalley, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Calgary.
- 19 November, How to Publish in Top Journals, Dr. Amna Kirmani, Editor, Journal of Consumer Research, Ralph J. Tyser Professor of Marketing, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland.
- 12 November, Supply Chain Viability: lessons from and thinking beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, Prof. Dr. Dr. habil. Dmitry Ivanov, Professor of Supply Chain and Operations Management, Department of Business and Economics, Berlin School of Economics and Law
- 6 November, 2020 – Designing Optimal Reopening Policies during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Dr. Abhishek Nagaraj, Assistant Professor, Management of Organizations, Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley.
- 2 November, 2020 – How Will the AI Genie Behave? Dr. Arun Rai, Regents’ Professor of the University System of Georgia, Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University.
- 29 October, 2020 – Versioning: A Tool for Information Dissemination, Dr. Atanu Lahiri, Associate Professor, Information Systems, Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas and Dr. Debabrata Dey, Marion B. Ingersoll Professor of Information Systems, Foster School of Business, University of Washington.
- 15 October, 2020 – Supply Chain Resiliency and the Need for Stress-Tests, Dr. David Simchi-Levi, Professor of Engineering Systems, Director of the MIT Data Science Lab.
- 12 October, 2020 – The Power of And: Responsible Business without Tradeoffs, Dr. R. Edward Freeman, University Professor, Olsson Professor, Academic Director of the Institute for Business in Society, University of Virginia, Darden School of Business.
- 7 October, 2020 – Transitory Income Changes and Consumption Smoothing: The PIH holds, Dr. Silvia Prina, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Northeastern University.
- 30 September, 2020 – Connecting with our future selves, Dr. Hal Hershfield, Associate Professor of Marketing, Behavioral Decision Making, and Psychology, UCLA Anderson School of Management.
- 18 September, 2020 – The Ties That Bind Us: Social Networks and Productivity in the Factory, Dr. Amrita Dhillon, Professor of Political Economy, King’s College, London.
- 16 September, 2020 – The Visible Host: Does race guide Airbnb rental rates in San Francisco?, Dr. Venoo Kakar, Associate Professor of Economics, San Francisco State University.
- 14 September, 2020 – On the Design of a Safety Net for the Poor, Dr. Maitreesh Ghatak, Professor of Economics, London School of Economics.
- 27 August, 2020 – Injuries of Love and Matchmaking: Unpacking the Indian Marriage Market, Dr. Parul Bhandari, JGBS.
Pandemic Lecture Series
- 25 April, 2020 COVIDCRISIS and the World: What Lies Ahead?
- 9 May, 2020 How has India’s social innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem responded to Covid-19?
- 16 May, 2020 Supply Chain Super-Adaptiveness
- 23 May, 2020 Economic links between China and the rest of the world in a post Corona world
- 28 May, 2020; Entrepreneurship as a Skill: The 8 Factors that Create an Entrepreneurial Mindset
- 4 June, 2020;Consumer Behaviour Post-Covid: 5 Ways Through Which We’ll Use Products, Services and Brands
- 12 June, 2020, Logistics and Supply Chain issues in Australia during Covid19
- 12 June, 2020, Bio-diversity—Economy relations and the Pandemic.
- 13 June 2020, Urban Mobility Post Lock-down
- 20 June 2020, Disaster Governance – Risk Reduction and Recovery
- 24 Jun, 2020, Decision making under uncertainty
- 25 Jun, 2020, Mundaneness of Crisis and Vulnerability
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