Thursday, 27 February 2014

Gurumurthy Kalyanaram Reports on Appropriate Accounting Methodology (NYIT)

Professor Paul R. Kutasovic of New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), who was a colleague of Gurumurthy Kalyanaram, is an expert and an active independent consultant on macroeconomic forecasts as well as forecasts for the regional economies.  He has conducted research on methods used to forecast sales tax revenues, regional economic activity and the implications of peak oil for the regional economy. He has also worked on using economic indicators to guide the investment decision process.(While Gurumurthy Kayanaram was the Director of MBA programs globally at NYIT, Paul Kutasovic was the Director of the Undergraduate Programs.)

Gurumurthy Kalyanaram NYIT

Here is a report by Gurumurthy Kalyanaram on interesting research by Paul Kutasovic on the debate on appropriate accounting methodology.

Friday, 21 February 2014

Gurumurthy Kalyanaram on Interpretation of Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA)

There are many lawsuit arising out of disputes in interpretation of the collectively bargained agreements.  Unions and employers work hard to craft CBAs, but lawsuits emerge even in cases of carefully designed CBAs.  In this essay, Gurumurthy Kalyanaram reports on this important matter.

Gurumurthy Kalyanaram Lawsuit

Sunday, 16 February 2014

Gurumurthy Kalyanaram Professor on Strategy

Gurumurthy Kalyanaram is a well-known professor and academic leader, and an experienced business consultant and advisor. He completed his Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has served as University Dean for Research and Business, Director of the Master’s Program and Research and also as the Senior Faculty Liaison for External Development.

Gurumurthy Kalyanaram has been a scholar and a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars and the Center for Russian and East European Studies. He was alsothe Inaugural Endowed Professor in Kazakhstan.

Gurumurthy Kalyanaram

Monday, 3 February 2014

Gurumurthy Kalyanaram Visiting Professor, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

DrGurumurthy Kalyanaram is a visiting professor at Tata Institute of Social Sciences. He is also a professor in City University of New York, and editing the Management Review.

DrGurumurthy Kalyanaram is a distinguished professor with a long record of academic achievements and honors.  He received his B.E. degree in engineering in 1978 from the University of Madras, India, and his M.B.A. in 1983 from the University of Texas.  He earned his Ph.D from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1989 in the field of Management Science, where he won the prestigious Harold Lobdell award. 

Gurumurthy Kalyanaram

Dr Gurumurthy Kalyanaram was a Visiting Scholar at The Kennan Institute, The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C., during 1990 to 1994.  He was also a Fellow at the Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh, during 1995 to 1997.

Gurumurthy Kalyanaram NYIT

Dr Gurumurthy Kalyanaram has served as a tenured professor at The University of Texas at Dallas. He served at UT Dallas from 1988 to 2001.  During his tenure at the University of Texas, he was Chairman of the Department of Marketing, Senior Director of the Master’s Programs, Founding Director of the Cohort MBA Program, Chair of the Master’s Program Committee, and Faculty Liaison for External Affairs.  He has also served as a tenured professor at NYIT, and served as academic director of MBA programs in New York and globally (including Canada, China and Middle-East).  He also led the research efforts of the faculty as the Faculty Research Director.


Gurumurthy Kalyanaram - An Economic Growth Model for Kazakhstan: Lessons from Economic Experiments

Reproduced from Conference Proceedings in Honor of Professor Uraz Baymuratov, Kazakhstan in Fall 2010.

Introduction - Kazakhstan is a geographically large county with a small and a relatively homogeneous population.  The country is rich in natural resources, particularly oil.  As a new and independent society, Kazakhstan has designed an indigenous constitution and judiciary.  The country enjoys relative political stability.

This essay addresses two important questions:  What is an appropriate model of economic growth for Kazakhstan?  What can Kazakhstan learn from other economic experiments, particularly those of China and India benchmarked against the United States.