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Our institutional, academic and administrative functioning is geared towards enabling, supporting and   encouraging our faculty members to undertake rigorous, transdisciplinary, and collaborative research. Over the past six years, JGU’s faculty members have collectively produced over 800 publications. These include research papers and articles published in national and international journals, edited and authored books, book chapters and several research reports, many of which have been in some of the world’s most prestigious journals and publishing houses. Over 50% of these publications are international publications and over 50% are published in other journals. A mark of our success relates to JGU faculty research being increasingly referred to by scholars and practitioners around the world. JGU’s schools also produce several types of periodic publications in order to disseminate our research work to a wider public audience. These publications include faculty and student edited journals, briefs, and reports.

JGBS faculty research acumen is highlighted by its publishing in over 45 peer-reviewed journal, 6 books, 20 book-chapter, and participation in over 30 international conferences (aggregating at 85 publications since inception). Individual citations have also been of the faculty have also tripled between 2010 vis-à-vis 2017. The area of research is implied and in the various field of business studies. The cases studies are helpful to students globally to understand numerous business concepts. The technical articles have facilitated some industries to become more efficient. Some of the text books are used as a course text-book at a number of business schools including the IIMs. And the publications that can be classified as viewpoints or research category are beneficial to develop further strategies. Further, through its internal publications (Sage Journal) and its thirteen vibrant centers of excellence, and the MDP programmes, JGBS offers multi-disciplinary global business programmes to foster academic excellence, industry experience, and well-grounded global perspectives to its students.

Koul, Saroj, 2010 “A Multi-criteria Decision Making Approach for Selection of Suppliers.” AIMS International Journal of Management4 (1): 57-71.
Saikat Nandi. ANIRBAN GANGULY Forthcoming “Using Statistical Forecasting to OptimizeStaff Scheduling in Healthcare Organizations.” Journal of Health Management.
Koul, Saroj, O.A. Falebita, J-F.K. Akinbami, and J.B. Akarakiri. Forthcoming “A Review of System Dynamics Approach to Uncertainty, Conventional and Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources.” Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews.
Renu Emile. ROHEE DASGUPTA Forthcoming “Extending Conceptualisation of the Self: A Societal Well-Being Orientation.”
Koul, Saroj, HN Perikamana, Uma Kumar and Vinod Kumar. Forthcoming. “Enhancing BRICSIntegration – A Cloud based SupplyChain perspective.” International Journal of Information Technology and Management.
Verma, Rakesh, Koul, Saroj, andPai SS. Forthcoming. “Identifyingprofitable clientele using the AnalyticalHierarchy Process.” International.Journal of Business and SystemsResearch.
Sehgal, Neha ,KRISHAN KUMAR PANDEY Forthcoming. “I2Mi2 Algorithm Based Feature Selection for Oil Price Forecasting.” Applied Soft Computing.
CHITRESH KUMAR, RAJDEEP PAKANATI Nov 2017 The Future of Indian Universities: Comparative and International Perspectives New Delhi: LexisNexis Universal Law Publishing
SWAGATO SARKAR YUGANK GOYAL CHITRESH KUMAR, RAJDEEP PAKANATI, ANAMIKA SRIVASTAVA Nov 2016 The Education President New Delhi: LexisNexis Universal Law Publishing
YUGANK GOYAL KAVANA RAMASWAMY CHITRESH KUMAR, RAJDEEP PAKANATI, ANAMIKA SRIVASTAVA Nov 2015 The President of India and the Governance of Higher Education Institutions New Delhi: LexisNexis Universal Law Publishing