Conferences in 2020-21

International E-Conference on “Adapting to the new business normal - The way ahead”

For several years Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD) has been organizing multiple international conferences every year. Keeping the COVID-19 situation in mind, SDMIMD organized the first International e-conference on “Adapting to the new business normal- The way ahead”, on 3-4 December 2020. Read More>

SDMIMD collaborates with the University of Dundee, UK, for Research Conference 2020

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Dr. Mousumi Sengupta

SDM Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD) Mysore, collaborated with the conference host University of Dundee, UK, as a partnering organization in hosting the University of Dundee School of Business (UDSB) International Partners Research Conference 2020 focused on the issues related to socio-economic development, held during November 24 & 25, 2020.
Prof. Orley Ashenfelter, Professor of Economics, Princeton University, delivered the keynote address on "Comparing Real Wages: the McWage Project”. Prof. Ashenfelter shared his views on the topic with different dimensions focusing on labour economics, econometrics, and law & economics.
The conference experienced presentations of more than research 60 papers on the conference theme received from across the world. The conference discussed several contemporary issues faced by the organizations in the context of education, sustainability, SMEs, rural development, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and COVID-19.  
Dr Mousumi Sengupta, Professor - OB/HR, SDMIMD,  Chaired a session of paper presentations.  Dr Mousumi also took part as a  member of the Scientific Committee from SDMIMD in the conference. SDMIMD faculty member Dr G. Lakshminarayana, Associate Professor - Quantitative Techniques, presented a research paper at the conference
The Director of SDMIMD Dr N.R. Parasuraman and faculty members participated in the virtual conference. 
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