Srikanth Chowdhary

srikanth_velichaeti@isb.edu'

Access versus Innovation in Global Healthcare Markets

Access to affordable medicines and healthcare today comes with a dynamic trade-off in terms of potential disincentives for innovation tomorrow. Using theory and techniques from applied microeconomics, Professor Chirantan Chatterjee examines these trade-offs and their welfare implications in research set in United States and Indian healthcare and pharmaceutical markets. Chirantan Chatterjee is Assistant Professor in the Economics and Public Policy area …

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How to Design Effective Team Targets in Government

Government is famously a team sport. Almost everything (really) important we do in government requires effective teams. Whether it is reducing child mortality, disaster management, fighting opioid crisis or stopping money laundering. The list is indeed long and familiar. Like in all team sports, it is not important how well you do individually, rather, how well you do as a team. …

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Beyond Product and Business: Thinking Industry Lifecycles

When should businesses invest more? Professor Rajiv Banker argues that industries like oil and gas, petrochemicals, shipping, airlines and hotels, companies need to think beyond the notions of business cycles or product lifecycles to the concept of the 'industry lifecycle' in order to optimize their growth trajectories. Professor Rajiv D Banker is Merves Chair and Director of the Centre for Accounting …

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Refurbishing of Defective Product Returns

In order to gain a competitive edge, companies sometimes introduce new products hastily, resulting in increased incidence of defective products and consumer returns. Professor Narendra Singh’s research shows that more defective product returns are not necessarily a bad thing for a company if the company refurbishes these returns. Narendra Singh is Adjunct Assistant Professor in Operations Management at ISB.

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The Side Effects of Drug Price Controls

Based on the research of Chirantan Chatterjee, Ajay Bhaskarabhatla, Enrico Pennings and Anurag Priyatam. The 2013 Drug Price Control Order capped prices of over 300 drugs in the Indian market. Using an experimental design to assess the consequences of this price control on the anti-diabetic drug Metformin, Professor Chirantan Chatterjee and his co-authors show the unintended consequences of such price regulation. Price controls …

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How to Foster Innovation in Government Management Systems

Arguably, innovation is a key determinant of the competitive advantage of nations. Little wonder therefore that governments around the world want to be seen promoting innovation. However, based on my experience, government efforts in this area can be divided into two broad categories: Most of the governmental resources (money and time) are used for promoting innovation by non-government actors, and …

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Focus on competence, not dynastic succession

There are family firms that are owned and managed by family members and have survived many generations, like the 120-year-old, $4.1 billion in revenues, Godrej Group. There are family firms that did not survive transition of leadership to the second generation of family members like in the case of United Spirits. Vijay Mallya destroyed the socio, emotional and economic wealth …

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Split-award auctions

Splitting up a contract award across multiple vendors (sources) offers the benefits of diversification. Professor Aadhaar Chaturvedi explains his recent theoretical and experimental work, which shows that under the right conditions, such multi-sourcing through an auction may also help reduce expected costs. Aadhaar Chaturvedi Visiting Professor, ISB and Assistant Professor at the Department of Business Administration at the University of Namur.

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