|Working Paper No.||Title||Author's Name|
|WP 2014/17||Uzbekistan: A Study of the Role of Transport Infrastructure in Development of an Emerging Economy||Zameer, Qazi Asif|
|WP 2014/16||A Dialogical Model of Market Building in Emerging Markets||Anand, Mohit|
|WP 2014/15||Insights in to Corporate Governance Principles in Italy and Related Practices as Per CONSOB Report 2013||Gupta, Ambrish|
|WP 2014/14||eWord of Mouth via Social Media: Role of Source and Message Credibility Cues on Social Networking Site Facebook||Kapoor, Payal S.
R, Jayasimha K.
|WP 2014/13||Determining What Factors Affect Violent Crimes : A Study in India and Italy||Kaur, Sumeet|
|WP 2014/12||Amtek Auto’s Acquisition of Neumayer Tekfor Group: Case Study of Cross Border M&A between India and Italy||Gupta, Vandana|
|WP 2014/11||Beyond Long-Standing Doctrine of Assessing Culture: Focusing on Other Uncharted Factors Contributing to ‘Italian Way’ of Cross-Cultural Management||Bhatt, Prachi|
|WP 2014/10||Women in Italy from Renaissance to Present Times||Buddhapriya, Sanghamitra|
|WP 2014/09||Corporate Social Responsibility-Implications and Challenges of the Regulatory Intervention in India: The World’s First||Gupta,Ambrish|
|WP 2014/08||How do Top Italian Apparel Brands Communicate Luxury through Advertising||Swaminathan, Freda|
|WP 2014/07||Women Entrepreneurs in India - Over the years!||Lal, Anita Tripathy|
|WP 2014/06||Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Offshoring and Knowledge Norms – Vendor Perspective||Chauhan, Rajneesh|
|WP 2014/05||Italian Luxury Brands in India: Opportunities and Challenges||Zameer, Qazi Asif|
|WP 2014/04||An Examination into the Adoption of Non-mandatory Requirements of Corporate Governance Code in India||Gupta ,Ambrish|
|WP 2014/03||Economic and Political Determinants of Bilateral FDI between Italy and India||Bera ,Subhasis|
|WP 2014/02||Do Ownership Structure and Audit Quality Impact Default Risk? Empirical Evidence from Indian Listed Companies||Gupta, Vandana|
|WP 2014/01||An Empirical Analysis of Default Risk for Listed Companies in India: A Comparison of Two Prediction Models||Gupta, Vandana|
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