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07        Srivastava, A., Mukherjee, S., Datta, B., & Shankar, A. (2023). Impact of perceived value on the online
               purchase intention of base of the pyramid consumers. International Journal of Consumer Studies.

     08        Ambekar, S., Roy, D., Hiray, A., Prakash, A., & Patyal, V. S. (2022). Barriers to adoption of reverse logis-
               tics: A case of construction, real estate, infrastructure, and project (CRIP) sectors. Engineering, Con-
               struction and Architectural Management, 29(7), 2878-2902.

               Kumar, A. (2022). Modelling retail inventory pricing policies under service level and promotional ef-
     09        forts during COVID-19. Journal of Cleaner Production, 381, 134784.

               Kumar, A.  (2022).  Modelling  the  importance  of  social  responsibility  standards  (ISO  26000:  2010)
     10        practices adoption in freight transport industry. Journal of Cleaner Production, 367, 132861.

               Chakrabarti, A. B. (2023). Mind your own Business: Ownership and its influence on sustainability.
     11        Safety Science, 157, 105926.

               Goel, P., Kumar, A., Parayitam, S., & Luthra, S. (2023). Understanding transport users’ preferences for
     12        adopting electric vehicle-based mobility for sustainable city: A moderated moderated-mediation

               model. Journal of Transport Geography, 106, 103520.


               Shankar, A., & Jain, S. (2023). Investigating webrooming behavior: a case of Indian luxury consumers.
     01        Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management: An International Journal, 27(2), 241-261.

               Kumar, A., Shankar, A., Tiwari, A. K., & Hong, H. J. (2023). Understanding the dark side of online com-
     02        munity engagement: an innovation resistance theory perspective. Information Systems and e-Busi-

               ness Management, 1-27.

     03        Jain, S., & Shankar, A. (2023). Examining the luxury consumers’ showrooming behaviour: The effect of
               perceived values and product involvement. Journal of Global Fashion Marketing, 1-18.
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