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Indian Aviation Ver 2.0. Ready for takeoff

The cover feature of April-June, 2016 issue is on Indian aviation and is guest edited by Professor Milind Sohoni, Associate Dean, ISB. This issue has a new format by way of new sections like Management Briefs, and Perspectives. The cover feature focuses on the National Civil Aviation Policy. Case study in Management Briefs highlights community-based tuberculosis control programme in India while the Perspectives section calls for readers’ attention on celebrity accountability. The dialogue between IT industry veteran N R Narayana Murthy and Dean Rajendra Srivastava gets covered in Face-to-Face.


Guest Editor for this Issue:

Milind G. Sohoni,
Associate Professor of Operations Management and Senior Associate Dean, Faculty Alignment and Registrar Office at the Indian School of Business (ISB). His research spans large-scale stochastic airline optimisation, information sharing, incentive design and competition in supply chain management, and operations management in resource constrained settings.

Cover StoryIndian Aviation Industry in 2016: Ready for Takeoff

India could well become the third largest aviation market if the National Civil Aviation Policy is implemented in letter and spirit, writes Amber Dubey.

Cover StoryRobust Airline Operations: Planning for uncertainty

According to Professor Milind G. Sohoni airlines need to develop additional capabilities to plan for uncertainty.

FeaturesAffordability and Accessibility to Medicines in EMs: Differential pricing is the solution

Differential pricing by pharmaceutical companies could be an answer to affordable medicines in emerging markets, according to Professor Patricia M Danzon.

Face to FaceBe a Capitalist with a Simple Heart

The first ISB honorary distinguished Fellow, Infosys founder N R Narayana Murthy, in conversation with ISB Dean Rajendra Srivastava.

Knowledge SessionValue Creation and platform thinking

Professor Karthik Kannan analyses digitisation trends and how some of the digital platforms are going to play out.

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