Gopalakrishna B V

Designation: 

Assistant Professor

Date of Joining at NITK: 

Friday, November 23, 2012

Professional Experience: 

Total 10 Years and at NITK 1 Year and 8 Months

Contact Details

E-mail: 

bvgopala [at] nitk.edu.in
bvgopala [at] gmail.com

Telephone: 

+91- 824 - 2474000 -3233 (Ext), 0821-2482008

Mobile: 

+91 9480134970
Academic Background

• Ph.D (University of Mysore), 2008
• M.A., MBA (University of Mysore), 1999 and 2010
• UG / B.Tech (BA) (University of Mysore), 1997

Areas of Interest

Engineering Economics, Managerial Economics, Construction Economics and Financial Management, Entrepreneurship Development, Business Environment and Economic Policy, Global Business Management, Micro and Macro Economics, Public Finance and International Business, Human Development, Consumer Behaviour and Marketing Research

Significant Projects

• Banking Habits of Women with reference to Dakshina Kannada
• Diversity and Discrimination in Higher Education Campuses: An Empirical Analysis

Supervision of Ph.D

3 (Awarded) 1 (Ongoing)

Significant Publications
Papers Presented In Conferences (National and International)
1. Gopalakrishna BV “Regional Disparities in Human Development: A Comparative Study of Mysore and Hassan Districts” (September 24-25 2010) Indian Business School (IBS) 4th International Doctoral Theses Conference, Hyderabad
2. Gopalakrishna BV “Infrastructure and Human Development in India: An Inter-state Comparison” (January 4-5, 2011) Indian Business School (IBS) 7th International Conference on Economics and Finance, Bangalore
3. Gopalakrishna BV (2012) “Progress of Human Development with Special Reference to SAARC Countries”, National Seminar on Economic Environment of Business, Aruna Manharla Shah Institute of Management and Research Mumbai, Maharashtra.
4. Gopalakrishna BV “Economic Growth and Human Development: The Experience of Indian States January 10-20 2012) Indian Business School (IBS) 8th International Conference on Economics and Finance Bangalore, Karnataka.
5. Gopalakrishna BV and Massand Ajay (2014) “Determinants of Foreign Banks Entry: An Empirical Investigation of Indian Economy”, International Conference on Business Paradigms in Emerging Markets December, 12-13. NIT, Rourkela
6. Gopalakrishna BV and Ajay(2014) “Foreign Banks in India: Boon or Bane”, Two Days National Seminar on Foreign Direct Investment in Service Sector in Emerging Economy: Opportunities and Challenges (April, 24-25, 2014) Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh.
7. Massand, A. B., and Gopalakrishna, B. V. (2015). “The Impact of Bank Foreign Direct Investment Inflow: An Empirical Analysis of Indian Domestic Banks” International conference on Global Economic Growth and Sustainability, SDM IMD, Mysore.
8. Massand, A. B., and Gopalakrishna, B. V. (2015). “Do Foreign Banks in India follow their Home Clients? An Empirical Investigation.” National conference on Emerging Issues in Banking and Finance in a Technology Driven Economy, NIT Karnataka, Surathkal, Mangalore.
9. Massand, A., & Gopalakrishna, B.V. (2016). “Determinants of Bank foreign direct investment inflow in India: A dynamic Panel data Approach.” held on 4th-6th January 2016 at IIM-Kozhikode, Calicut, India.
10. Massand, A., & Gopalakrishna, B.V. (2016) “Impact of Foreign banks on Indian Commercial Banks: A Case of Post Liberalisation Period”, ANVESH-2016, Doctoral Research Conference in Management held on April 8th to 9th, 2016 at the Institute of Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad.
11. Massand, A. B., and Gopalakrishna, B. V. (2016). “Impact Analysis of Foreign Banks’ Entry on Credit Supply in Indian Economy.” Fourth Pan-IIM World Management Conference, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIM A), Ahmedabad.
12. Massand, A. B., and Gopalakrishna, B. V. (2016). “The Impact of Bank Internationalization on Indian Economy.” Fifth Middle East Conference on Global Business, Economics, Finance and Banking, Dubai.
13. Massand, A. B., and Gopalakrishna, B. V. (2016). “The Impact of Entry of Foreign Banks on the Indian Credit Market – A GMM Approach” 2nd International Conference on Applied Economics and Business, Vaishnodevi University, Jammu.
14. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrishna B V (2017), “E-Tail Love! Antecedents of Fashion Products Consumer’s Website Commitment in Digital Marketing War”, Fifth PAN IIM World Management Conference at Indian Institute of Management, (IIM)., Lucknow.
15. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrishna B V (2017), “Exploration of Psychological Magnitudes of Satisfaction on Loyalty in Indian B2C ECommerce”, NASMEI Summer Marketing Conference at Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Indore.
16. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrishna B V (2017), “What Makes Indian Consumers to Trust Faceless? Exploration of Antecedents and Influence of Trust in Indian B2C E-Commerce”, 8th Conference on Excellence in Research and Education (CERE-2017) at Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Indore.
17. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrishna B V (2017), “An Empirical Study on Consumer E-Loyalty: With Reference to Generation-Y Online Shoppers”, 10th Doctoral Thesis Conference at IBS, Hyderabad.
18. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrishna B V (2019), “Causes and Magnitudes of Trust in E-Commerce Context: An Emerging Economy Perspective”, IIMI-NASMEI Summer Marketing-IS Conference, 2019. Organized by Indian Institute of Management, Indore.
19. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrishna B V (2019), “Importance of Satisfaction and Trust in Loyalty Development: In an Online Shopping Setting”, IIMI-NASMEI Summer Marketing-IS Conference, 2019. Organized by Indian Institute of Management, Indore.
20. Doddahulugappa Goutam, and Gopalakrishna B V (2019), “Understanding the Role of Satisfaction and Trust in Developing Loyalty in E-Commerce Environment”, International Marketing Conference, 2019. Organized by T. A Pai Management Institute, Manipal.
21. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrishna B V (2019), “Do You Trust Face- less? Determinants and Consequences of E-Trust in Online Shopping”, International Marketing Conference, 2019. Organized by T. A Pai Management Institute, Manipal.
22. Gopalakrishna BV and Massand Ajay (2020) Globalisation Impact on Human Development: Evidence from Panel Data Analysis International Conference of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalisation: Three Decades of Experience in India 86-98, June 2020.
23. Kalai Socrates and Gopalakrishna BV (2020) An Empirical Investigation of the Influence of Firm Performance on Exit Intention and Harvest Sale of Indian Micro and Small Enterprise Owners, International Conference of liberalization, Privatization and Globalisation: Three Decades of Experience in India 127-136, June 2020.
 
Paper Publications in Journals
1. Massand, A., & Gopalakrishna, B. V. (2016). “ The Empirical investigation of the impact of foreign banks’ entry on the credit access: The Case of India” Journal of South Asian Development, SAGE Publications
2. Massand, A., & Gopalakrishna, B.V. (2016). “The impact of bank foreign direct investment inflow: an empirical analysis of Indian domestic banks” Annamalai International Journal of Business Studies and Research (ISSN: 0975-749X).
3. Massand, A. B., and Gopalakrishna, B. V. (2016). “The Impact of Entry of Foreign Banks on Credit Access: An Empirical Study on Indian Economy.” International Journal of Economic Research, 13(7), 2627-2642. 150
4. Massand, A., and Gopalakrishna, B.V. (2017) “Determinants of bank foreign direct investment inflow in India: A dynamic panel data approach, IIM Kozhikode Society and Management Review, 6 (1), 13-22.
5. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrisha BV (2018), “Customer loyalty development in online shopping: An integration of e-service quality model and commitment-trust theory”, Management Science Letters. Vol. 8, No. 11, 1149-1158, Growing Science Publisher (SCOPUS)
6. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrisha BV (2018), “The Role of Satisfaction and Trust in Developing Loyalty in E-Commerce Environment”, International Journal of Advance and Innovative Research, Vol. 5 No.2 (XV), 648-655
7. Massand, A., and Gopalakrishna, B.V. (2018) “Credit Allocation to Diverse Sectors of Indian Economy: An Empirical Investigation of Foreign Banks Entry”, SAMVAD, 16 (2), 45-52.
8. Kalai Socrates and Gopalakrishna BV (2020) The Influence of Human Capital on the Exit Intention and Re-entry of Indian Micro and Small Enterprise Owners: An Empirical Investigation, Small Enterprises Development, Management and Extension Journal, Vol II, Pages 1-7.
9. Kalai Socrates and Gopalakrishna BV (2020) Investigating the Influence of Psychological Ownership on Exit Intention and Passing on Option of Indian Micro and Small Enterprise Owners, International Journal of Culture and Business Management, Vol. X, pages 330-368.
10. Kalai Socrates and Gopalakrishna BV (2020) Phase-wise Analysis of Indian Support System for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development, International Journal of Business Policy and Governance, Vol. 07, Issue 01, pages 1-18
11. Kalai Socrates and Gopalakrishna BV (2020) Indian Government Interventions in Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development: An Enterprise Life Cycle Perspective, Colombo Business Journal, Vol.11, No.01, pages 132-164
12. Kalai Socrates and Gopalakrishna BV (2020) An Analysis of the Indian Entrepreneurial Ecosystem for the Promotion of Sustainable Enterprises, Journal of Business and Management, International Organisation of Scientific Research, Vol 22, No. 2, pages 21-25.
13. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrishna BV (2021) Determinants of Customer Loyalty Dimensions: E-Commerce Contexts in Emerging Economy Perspective, Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organisations, Vol. 19, issue 01, January-March 2021.
 
Book Chapters
1. Gopalakrishna BV (2011) Human Development in India Volume 1, Serials Publication, New Delhi.
2. Gopalakrishna BV and Leelavathi (2014) “Dimensions of Indian Economy: A Collection of Selected Articles”, Arvind Associates Publishing, Chennai.
3. Massand, A., & Gopalakrishna, B. V. (2015). “Foreign banks in India: A boon or ban?” Foreign Direct Investment in Service sector in Emerging Economy: Opportunities and Challenges, Sucharitha publications, Andhra Pradesh, India.
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5. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrisha BV (2019), “Examining the mediating roles of e-satisfaction, e-trust and E-commitment on cognitive loyalty development”, Marketing Mix- New Trend of 21st Century.
6. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrisha BV (2019), “Will you Trust the Faceless? Exploration of Antecedents and Consequences of E-Trust in E-commerce Environment”, Marketing Mix- New Trend of 21st Century.
7. Doddahulugappa Goutam and Gopalakrisha BV (2019), “Website Recommendation: Antecedents of Emotional Satisfaction and Repurchase Intention among Working Adults Online Shoppers”, Marketing Mix- New Trend of 21st Century.
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