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His study looks at the relationship between Machine learning and topics such as Value (mathematics), which overlap with Statistics. Statistics and Value (mathematics) are two areas of study in which Deepak K. Datta engages in interdisciplinary work. His Marketing research is intertwined with Tertiary sector of the economy and Service (business). Service (business) is closely attributed to Marketing in his work. His Industrial organization study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Value creation. His research ties Industrial organization and Value creation together. Deepak K. Datta applies his multidisciplinary studies on Mergers and acquisitions and Shareholder value in his research. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Shareholder value and Shareholder. Deepak K. Datta undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Shareholder and Corporate governance in his work.
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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND LABOR PRODUCTIVITY: DOES INDUSTRY MATTER?
Deepak K. Datta;James P. Guthrie;Patrick M. Wright.
Academy of Management Journal (2005)
Organizational fit and acquisition performance: Effects of post-acquisition integration
Deepak K. Datta.
Factors influencing wealth creation from mergers and acquisitions: A meta‐analysis
Deepak K. Datta;George E. Pinches;V. K. Narayanan.
Strategic Decision Processes: Critical Review and Future Directions
Nandini Rajagopalan;Abdul M. A. Rasheed;Deepak K. Datta.
The influence of international networks on internationalization speed and performance: A study of Czech SMEs
Martina Musteen;John Francis;Deepak K. Datta.
Causes and Effects of Employee Downsizing: A Review and Synthesis
Deepak K. Datta;James P. Guthrie;Dynah Basuil;Alankrita Pandey.
Journal of Management (2010)
Relationships between Top Management Team Characteristics and International Diversification: an Empirical Investigation*
Pol Herrmann;Deepak K. Datta.
CEO Successor Characteristics and the Choice of Foreign Market Entry Mode: An Empirical Study
Pol Herrmann;Deepak K. Datta.
Effectiveness and Efficiency of Cross‐Border Knowledge Transfer: An Empirical Examination
Liliana Pérez-Nordtvedt;Ben L. Kedia;Deepak K. Datta;Abdul A. Rasheed.
Cross-border Acquisitions: An Examination of the Influence of Relatedness and Cultural Fit on Shareholder Value Creation in U.S. Acquiring Firms1
Deepak K. Datta;George Puia.
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