DSpace @ IIMK

DSpace at Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode

Welcome to IIMK's institutional repository, a scholarly archiving facility for the IIMK community, using the BSD DSpace software, Jointly developed by MIT Libraries and Hewlett-Packard Labs. This service enables the Institute community to archive their preprints, post prints and other scholarly publications. In keeping with the objectives of the Open Access movement, we expect this service to facilitate the Institute researchers in self-archiving and long-term preservation of their scholarly publications, provide easy access to these publications world wide and improve impact of their research. While dspace@iimk can be accessed by anybody, submission of documents to this archive is limited to the IIMK research community. Your comments and suggestions for improving this service are most welcome. Please send your feedback to the Archive Administrator.

Communities in DSpace

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  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Accounting and Banking
  • Year Wise
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Business Management
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Computer and Information Technology
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Economics
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Environmental Management
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Financial Management
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Human Resources Management
  • This collection consists of Newsletters published by IIMK
  • IIM Kozhikode Society & Management Review
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Industrial Relations, Labour and Law
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Library and Information Science.
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of General Management.
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Marketing Management.
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Operations Management.
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Organizational Behaviour.
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Psychology.
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Quantitative Methods.
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Social Science.
  • This section is mainly deals with the publications of IIMK Community in the area of Strategic Management.
  • This community consists of the published and unpublished materials of IIMK Students.
  • Theses submitted as a part of FPM
  • This section consists of faculty contributions on working papers. Currently the fulltext of the working papers are accessible to the members of the IIMK Community only.

Recently Added

  • Unknown author (Sage Publications, 2015-07)
  • Rupesh Kumar Pati (Sage Publications, 2014-07)
    The evidences of the impact of global warming in the recent years have been significant. Increase in the number of natural disasters like severe drought on one part of the world to devastating flood in the other part of ...
  • Mathew, A.F. (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    How does one contextualize the question of globalization?Given the present state of the world and the existing deep economic and social crises, it is imperative that an ideological underpinning to every phenomenon is ...
  • Shankar Sharma (Sage Publications, 2014-07)
    Electricity governance and planning ought to have been two important areas of administration in India right since Independence, but unabated growth in demand, chronic power cuts, nature’s limits and global warming implications ...
  • Paul Smith (Sage Publications, 2014-01)
    The processes of globalization have often been described by way of the metaphor of ‘flows’—flows of people, goods, capital or ideas. Since the recent worldwide economic recession the nature, direction and vectors of those ...

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