ABV- INDIAN INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY& MANAGEMENT GWALIOR

(An Autonomous Institute of MHRD, Govt. of India)

website : www.iiitm.ac.in

ABV-IIITM/Area of Interest: Environment & Sustainability

Publications in international Journals (period 2014/2015/2016)

  1. Ruchi Gupta and Gaurav Agrawal, (2016),Corporate Social Responsibility in Emerging economies :Assessing Environmental Reporting of Indian firms, published in International Business Management, Volume 10, Issue 9, 1575-1580.
  2. Harkaran Singh, JoydipDhar, Harbax Singh Bhatti, SumitChandok,(2016) An epidemic model of childhood disease dynamics with maturation delay and latent period of infection, Modeling Earth Systems and Environment (Springer), 2(2),1-8.
  3. Harkaran Singh, JoydipDhar, Harbax S Bhatti, (2016), Dynamics of a prey-generalized predator system with disease in prey and gestation delay for predator, Modeling Earth Systems and Environment (Springer), 2(2),9-17.
  4. JoydipDhar, Randhir Singh Baghel,(2016) Role of dissolved oxygen on the plankton dynamics in spatio-temporal domain”, Modeling Earth Systems and Environment (Springer), 2(1), 1-15.
  5. Ylä-Anttila, T., &Swarnakar, P. (2016) Crowding-in: How and why Indian civil society organizations mobilized on climate change. British Journal of Sociology (accepted)
  6. Swarnakar, P., &Thahir, S. (2015). Acculturation of New Technology: The Business Success of Lee KumKee. Global Business Review, 16(1), 196-198.
  7. Broadbent, J., Yun, S. J., Ku, D., Ikeda, K., Satoh, K., Pellissery, S., Swarnakar, P., Lin, T. L., Lee, H. C., & Jin, J. (2013). Asian societies and climate change: the variable diffusion of global norms, Globality Studies Journal (GSJ no. 32).
  8. Ylä-Anttila, T., &Swarnakar, P. (2016) Crowding-in: How and why Indian civil society organizations mobilized on climate change. British Journal of Sociology (accepted)
  9. Ruchi Gupta and Gaurav Agrawal,(2016),Impact of Financial Performance and Size on Corporate Social Responsibility: A studyof Indian Companies, accepted for publication in the International Journal of Society Systems Science (IJSSS) published by Inderscience.
  10. Broadbent, J, Sonnett, J. Swarnakar, P (2016) Conflicting Climate Change Frames in World Society, Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World (accepted)
  11. Ylä-Anttila, T., Swarnakar, P, Javed, S., Oivo, K. (2015). How to Avoid Seeing Like a State: Learning from CSOs. Economic and Political Weekly, 50(17), 14-16.
  12. Broadbent, J., Yun, S. J., Ku, D., Ikeda, K., Satoh, K., Pellissery, S., Swarnakar, P., Lin, T. L., Lee, H. C., & Jin, J. (2013). Asian societies and climate change: the variable diffusion of global norms, GlobalityStdies Journal (GSJ no. 32). Online: http://globality.cc.stonybrook.edu/?p=681
  13. Jain, Priyanka, Vyas, Vishal, & Prasad, Ch.S.Durga. (2016). Corporate Social Responsibility and Financial Performance in SMEs: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach Global Business Review, 17(3), 630-653 (SAGE Publishing)
  14. Vyas, Vishal, &Raitani, Sonika. (2015). An Examination of Linkages between CSR and Cross-Buying. Social Responsibility Journal, 11(3), 622 - 640
  15. Jha, Shweta, Vyas, Vishal, & Acharya, Padmanav. (2015). Financial Feasibility Analysis of Potential Projects of Indian SMEs Using DEMATEL. International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, 14(3), 199-213
  16. Vyas, Vishal, Raitani, Sonika, Roy, Ankur, & Jain, Priyanka. (2015). Analysing Critical Success Factors in Small and Medium Enterprises Banking World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, 11(1), 106-123
  17. KartikKalia, Deepa Singh Sisodiya, Dinesh Sharma and Vishok Singh. (2015). Energy Efficient Clean and Green IT: Concepts and Approaches, International Journal of Smart Home, Vol.9, No.6 (2015), pp, 65-70, http://dx.doi.org/10.14257/ijsh.2015.9.6.07
  18. Vyas, Vishal, Raitani, Sonika, &Mathur, Vidhu. (2014). Social Entrepreneurship and Institutional Environment in an Emerging Economy International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 3(2), 106-121
  19. Swarnakar, P., &Zavestoski, S. (2014) Special Issue on Environment and Technology: Mediating Factors toward Sustainable Development, International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, Volume 8, No 4. 331-426.
  20. Swarnakar, P., Gross, M., &Bleicher, A. (2014). Trust me if you can: trust as strategic tool for decision making to deal with ignorance and uncertainty in contaminated sites of Germany and India. ISA World Congress of Sociology, 13-19 July 2014, Yokohama, Japan.
  21. Swarnakar, P., Pellissery, S., & Broadbent, J. (2014). Locating the media discourse of climate change policy network in India during 2007-2010. Presented at ISA World Congress of Sociology, 13-19 July 2014, Yokohama, Japan.
  22. Broadbent, J., Swarnakar, P., Jin, J. (2014). Comparing Climate Change Discourse Coalitions: Brazil, China and India in Comparative Context. ASA Annual Meeting, 16-19 August 2014, San Francisco, USA.
  23. Bhardwaj, N., Shukla, A., &Swarnakar, P. (2014). Users' Sentiment Analysis in Social Media Context using Natural Language Processing. In The International Conference on Digital Information, Networking, and Wireless Communications (DINWC2014)(pp. 103-111). The Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communication.

 

Publications in National Journals (period 2014/2015/2016)

1.Ruchi Gupta and Gaurav Agrawal, 2015, Corporate Social Responsibility and Inclusive Sustainability: A study of Indian Banking Sector, published in Asian Journal of Research in Banking and Finance, Volume. 5, Issue 12, pp. 26-38.

 

Publications in International/National conferences (period 2014/2015/2016)

  1. Gaurav Agrawal, (2016), Corporate Social Disclosure and Financial Competitiveness: An empirical analysis of socially responsible Indian firms, published in the proceedings of International Research Conference, 30-31st May at American University in the Emirates in Dubai.
  2. Ruchi Gupta and Gaurav Agrawal,(2015), Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosures and Corporate Financial Performance: A study of Indian Software and IT sector, published in the proceedings of the International conference on Advanced Data Analysis, Business Analytics and Intelligence, 11-12th April, at IIM Ahmadabad.
  3. Ruchi Gupta and Gaurav Agrawal, (2015), Corporate Social Responsibility: A check on Indian banks for responsible investment, published in the proceedings of the 12th AIMS International conference on Management, 2-5th January, at IIM Kozhikode.
  4. Ruchi Gupta and Gaurav Agrawal, (2014), Corporate Social Disclosure: A step of Indian Information Technology sector for sustainability, published in the proceedings of the International conference on Social sector development: Issues, challenges and policy, 27-28th November, Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad.
  5. Gyan Prakash (2016), “Assessing Sustainability In Food Processing Supply Chains: An Emerging Economy Perspective, EurOMA 2016, Trondheim, Norway, June 17-21, 2016.
  6. Abhishek Kumar &Gyan Prakash (2015), “Prioritizing the Green Supply Chain Enablers Indian Liquor Industry Insights” International Conference of Society of Operations Management, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, December 12-14, 2015,
  7. Gyan Prakash (2015), “Assessing Disturbances in Food Supply Chains: Insights from the Indian Dairy Operations”, 19thAnnual Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium- Embracing New technologies, Capabilities and Markets, September 24-25 2015, Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge University, UK
  8. Swarnakar, P. & Ylä-Anttila, T. ,(2016) ,Social Movement Organizations, Epistemic Communities or a “Third Sector”? the Divergent Roles of Indian Civil Society Organizations in Policy Networks of Climate Change  (Presented at ISA Forum of Sociology at Vienna 10-14 July 2016)
  9. Kukkonen, A. &Swarnakar, P. (2016), Climate Change Discourse Networks in the North and South: Comparing the US, Canada, Brazil and India  (Presented at ISA Forum of Sociology at Vienna 10-14 July 2016) (under review in Environmental Science and Policy)

 

Indicative Sponsored Projects (period 2014/2015/2016)

Sn

Title of project

Funding agency

Duration

1

Climate Change Policy Networks (COMPON)”

PI:prof Jeffrey Broadbent, University of Minnesota, USA. 

NSF

2014-2015

2

Exploring the impact of Food Processing on the sustainability of the food supply chains- a UK, India Bilateral Analysis

UKIERI-DST

2015-

 

Indicative list of Theses Guided (period 2014/2015/2016)

Sn

Title of Thesis

Student Name

Year

Supervisor(s)

Type

BTP/MTP/MBA PhD

Thesis

1.       

Assessing the Structural Changes in Agri-Fresh Produce Supply Chains: Some Insights from Potato and Grapes

Arti Gupta

2016

Dr Gyan Prakash

Master’s Project

2.       

Exploring Enablers of Green Supply Chains

Abhishek Kumar

2016

Dr Gyan Prakash

Master’s Project

3.       

Exploratory Study of the Indian Sugarcane Supply Chains

 

Sandeep Tomar

2016

Dr Gyan Prakash

Master’s Project

4.       

Climate change and Indian print media: Sentiment analysis using NLP

Akshay Sharma

Ankit Kumar

Gaurav Singh

2016

Dr P Swarnakar

BTech Project

5.       

Weather Forecasting : Rainfall Prediction

Ashish Verma

Dimpal Singh Sonali Yadav

2016

Dr P Swarnakar /Dr. Ajay Kumar

BTech Project

6.       

Estimating the availability of Solar Radiation Using Data Mining Techniques

Rahul Katoriya

2016

Dr P Swarnakar

Master’s Project

7.       

Environment Management system in fast moving consumer goods industry in India

ApoorvaKulshrestha

 

2016

Dr. Gaurav Agrawal

MBA Thesis

8.       

Analyse the Automotive Companies with view of their Sustainable Practices

Akash Kumar

 

2016

Dr. Gaurav Agrawal

MBA Thesis

9.       

Mandatory corporate social responsibility and financial Performance: Assistance or Hindrance

Anjali Nayak

 

2016

Dr. Gaurav Agrawal

MBA Thesis

10.   

Sustainable Supply Chain Practices and Performance Measures in Edible Oil Industry: Some Insights from the Indian Soybean Processors

HarshitaKumra,

2015

Dr Gyan Prakash

Master’s Project

11.   

Influence of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on Financial Performance: An Empirical Study of SMEs in Rajasthan State

Priyanka Jain

Enrolment No.110439

2015

Dr. Vishal Vyas/Prof.Ch.S. Durga Prasad

Ph.D.

12.   

Exploiting affinities between topic modelling and climate change reporting: an application to Indian media coverage during (2007-2010)

JyotiMeena

2015

Dr P Swarnakar

Master’s Project

13.   

Citizens perspective for key areas for public services delivery improvement through LokSevaKendras(LSK)

AbhinavSaxena

2015

Dr P Swarnakar

Master’s Project

14.   

Green organisation: an exploratory approach on green practices

Kunal Kumar Jha

2015

Dr P Swarnakar

Master’s Project

15.   

Indian millennial consumers awareness, attitude and perception towards green marketing and green products

K.E. Pradeep (2010ipg-044)

2015

Dr P Swarnakar

Master’s Project

16.   

Effective Green Marketing approach of Automobile Industry

Vinayank Krishna

 

2015

Dr. Gaurav Agrawal

MBA Thesis

17.   

Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on brand image India

Prashan Singh Sengar

 

2015

Dr. Gaurav Agrawal

MBA Thesis

18.   

CSR : A study of Indian Corporate Initatives Challenges and Issues

Kishore Kumar

 

2015

Dr. Gaurav Agrawal

MBA Thesis

19.   

Role of Corporate Social Responsibility on Brand Equity in FMCG Companies

Deepesh Jain

 

2015

Dr. Gaurav Agrawal

MBA Thesis

20.   

The Structure of Sustainability Research in Marketing 1974-2014 : A basis for future Research Opportunities

Ashu Tiwari

 

2015

Dr. Gaurav Agrawal

MBA Thesis

21.   

Social and Environmental Disclosure in BSE Listed Indian Companies

Nupur Agrawal

 

2015

Dr. Gaurav Agrawal

MBA Thesis

22.   

Corporate Social Responsibility : An Analysis of Indian Commercial Banks

Yashika Singh

 

2015

Dr. Gaurav Agrawal

MBA Thesis

23.   

Role of Geographical Information System in Agriculture Planning: Strengthening the agriculture dimension by enhancing the ground water quality

TanuShahi

2015

Dr Vinay Singh

MBA

24.   

Customer perception regarding organic bio food product in India

Prabhakar Kumar Singh

2014

Dr P Swarnakar /Dr. A Kumar

Master’s Project

25.   

Corporate social and environmental responsibility in the context of the Indian subcontinent retail outlet: Nike and classification of their customer based for targeted marketing

Neha Hemraj

2014

Dr P Swarnakar

Master’s Project

26.   

Rainfall forecast using mathematical model

HarkeshMeena

2014

Dr P Swarnakar /Dr. A Kumar

Master’s Project

27.   

Green Supply Chain Management

VikramChandolia

2014

Dr. P Acharya

 

28.   

Environment Impact over innovation process: evidences from indian SMEs.

Avni Agrawal

2014

Dr. Vinay Kumar

 

29.   

Antinucler movement of Kudankulam, Tamilnadu

Antinucler movement of Kudankulam, Tamilnadu

 

Dr P Swarnakar

PhD Under progress

 

30.   

Mandatory Corporate Social Responsibility

Ruchi Gupta

 

Dr Gaurrav Agrawal

Ph D under progress

 

International conference organized

Environment, Technology and Sustainable Development: Promises and Challenges in the 21st Century” (ETSD2014) held during 2-4 March 2014 at Gwalior

Videos of the conference

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApZ7B12w2_Q

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNBCd5gV9Kc

 

Other Activities

Dr J Dhar Received the “The Dewang Mehta Award” for Best Professor in Environment Management.