Panda, D.K. (2017). Coevolution and coexistence of cooperation and competition in interorganizational collaboration: evidences from Indian management consulting industry. Journal of Global Operations and Strategic Sourcing, 10(1): 18 – 41.
Panda, D.K. (2016). Trust, social capital and Intermediation Roles in Microfinance and Microenterprise Development. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 26(6): 2147-2770.
Panda, D.K. and Atibudhi, H.N. (2010). Impact of Group based Microfinance on the Income of Rural Households: A Non-experimental Evidence from an Indian State. Journal of Rural Cooperation, 38(2):173-186.
Panda, D.K. (2009). Assessing the impact of participation in women self-help group based microfinance: non-experimental evidence from rural households in India. International Journal of Rural Management, 5(2):197-215.
Panda, D.K. (2012). SHG –bank linkage programme in India: a critical appraisal. Economics and Finance Notes, 1(2): 135-153.
Panda, D.K. (2012). Production Efficiencies of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in India: Empirical Evidences from Orissa state in India. Journal of Institute of Public Enterprise, 7(2): 136-148. http://www.ipeindia.org/data/JEPR/JEPR_7_2_7.pdf
Panda, D.K. (2011). Determinants of Transformation and Commercialization of Microfinance Institutions. Management Dynamics, XI(1):15-28.
Panda, D.K. (2011). “Sustainability of Microfinance Institutions: Indian Experiences” in Pattanaik, B., Niranjana, P., Ray, S.K. and Mishra, S. (eds.), Sustaining Business in Turbulent Times: The Indian Perspective, Excel Books, New Delhi, pp. 208-217.
Panda, D. K. (2011). Determinants of livelihood options: findings from rural Jharkhand. Jharkhand Journal of Development and Management Studies, 9(1): 4217-4228. http://xiss.ac.in/JJDMS/issue34.php
Panda, D.K. (2010). Trade-off between social performance and finance performance in microfinance institutions. Jharkhand Journal of Management and Social Development, 8(2): 3899-3913.
Panda, D.K. (2010). Assessing the impact of self-help group based microcredit programmes: non-experimental evidence from the rural areas of coastal orissa in India. Management Dynamics, 10(1): 39-52. http://www.i-scholar.in/index.php/MD/article/view/128381
Panda, D.K. (2010). Microfinance impacting on micro-enterprise development and rural employment: a review of past experiences from India and Bangladesh. Journal of Management and Entrepreneurship, 3(1): 57-67.
Panda, A.K. and Panda, D.K. (2010). Role of microfinance in poverty alleviation: a case study of syndicate bank. Cooperative Perspectives, 44(2-4) 8-12.
Panda, D.K. (2010). “Assessment of the Impact of Microfinance on Clients: An Analysis of Methodological Issues” in Ahmed, J.U, Bhagat, D. and Singaiah, G. (eds), Micro Finance in India, D.V.S. Publishers, Guwahati, pp. 45-57.
Panda, D. K. (2009) Measuring impacts of women self-help group-based microfinance in eastern India: an analysis through econometric models. Globsyn Management Journal, 3(2): 41-48.
Panda, D.K. (2009). Socio-economic impacts of self-help groups on rural women: findings from Orissa and Jharkhand states of India. ASBM Journal of Management, 2(2): 88-102.
Panda, D.K. and Atibudhi, H.N. (2009). Impact of group based microfinance on rural household savings: empirical findings from India. The Microfinance Review, 1(1): 54-68.
Panda, D.K. (2009). Impact of microfinance: evidence from an Indian state. IMI Disha, 2(2): 90-97.
Panda, D.K. (2009). Impact of microfinance on interlinked credit transactions in the farming community: an empirical evidence from a coastal district of Orissa. Jharkhand Journal of Social Development, 1(2):53-62.
Panda, D.K. (2009). Participation in group based microfinance and its impact on rural households: a quasi-experimental evidence from an Indian state. Global Journal of Finance and Management, 1(2): 171-183.
Panda, D. K. and Mohanty, J. (2009). Global trade and its impact on developing nations. The Journal of Economics Policy & Research, 4(1).
Panda, D.K. (2008). Does self-help groups address the socio-economic characteristics of women: an empirical experience from rural India. Nirma University Journal of Business and Management Studies, 3(1 & 2): 61-71.
Panda, D.K. (2008). “Women’s empowerment through SHG Revolution in Orissa: An analysis through case studies” in Gosh,R., Gupta,K,R. and Maiti,P. (eds), Development Studies, Vol. III, Atlantic Publishers, New Delhi.
Panda, D.K. (2008). Self help through microfinance: a paradigm shift in Orissa, India. International Journal of Rural Studies, 15(1):1-8.
Panda, D. K. (2008). Economic of micro-entrepreneurship: a case study on the Cuttack filigree cluster of Orissa. Journal of Management and Entrepreneurship, 2(2):60-70.
Panda, D. K. (2008). The case of raw material supply in wood carving clusters of Orissa. Vilakshan, 5(1):179-188.
Panda, D.K. (2008). Performance of self help groups under microfinance programmes: evidence from a tribal district of Orissa. Vikas Vani Journal, 2(3):51-60.
Nanda, P., Swain, M. and Panda, D.K. (2008). Economic impact of watershed development: evidence from a high rainfall area in Orissa. Journal of Rural Development, 27(3):487-500
Panda, D. K. and Mohanty, J. (2007). Power of information in the Indian rural set Up. International Journal of Rural Studies, 14(1):12-15. http://www.vri-online.org.uk/ijrs/April2007/Information%20dissemination%20in%20rural%20India.pdf
Panda, D. K. (2007). Economics of Watershed Treatment – A Case Study in Orissa. WES NET India, Water & Environmental Sanitation, Vol-7.
Panda, D. K. (2006). Regulatory Bottleneck for Microfinance Institutions. INFO – MF, 1(4):6.
Panda, D.K. (2005). A Dying River, Pollution of the Brahmani. Panda: WWF-India News Letter, pp. 19-20. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2393069.
Qualified National Eligibility Test (NET) in Agricultural Economics conducted by ICAR (Recognized by UGC/CSIR), 2001-02.
Post Graduate Merit Scholarship during M. Sc. (Agri. Economics), Junior Scholarship during Intermediate degree (+2).
Business Model Sustainability, Ascendas- Singbridge Pte Ltd, Hyderabad
Participated in the FDP “Global Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) modeling” by the customized FDP programme arranged by IMT (2013) Instructor: Dr. Scott McDonald, Oxford Brookes University, UK.
Participated in FDP on “Dynamic Alignment of Supply Chains” in IMT Dubai (2016) Instructor: John Gettorna, Adjunct Professor, UTS Business School, Sydney, Australia.
Participated in the FDP on “Three Box Solution: A Strategy for Leading Innovation” IMT Hyderabad. Instructor: Vijay Govindrajan, Professor, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth. USA.
Paper Development Workshop, Instructor: Dr. Ajay Gaur, Rutgers Business School, USA
Study on Non-performing Assets in the SHG-Bank Linkage Programme in Andhra Pradesh for National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), AP, INDIA, (Principal Investigator). 2017. https://www.nabard.org/
Study on the Adoption of Cashless Transactions at Small Merchants in Tier 2 and 3 Cities of Telangana for National Payment Corportaion of India (NCPI), (Researcher). 2018. https://www.nabard.org/
Development consulting to Project Uday, Vendanta Aluminiam, Lanjigarh, Orissa, 2008. (Team Member)
Baseline study of “Orissa Irrigated Agriculture and Water Management Project”, Asian Development Bank, TA: 4814 IND (Project Processing & Capacity Development), 2007. (Team Member)
Developed PPR for “Multi-state Agriculture Competitiveness Project” on behalf of Dept. of Cooperation, GoO for World Bank, 2007.(Consultant)
Capacity building for entrepreneurship development among VRS employees of Sarala Spinning mill (Dept. of Public Enterprise, GoO under DFID, UK Assistance; OMA), 2007.(Principal Consultant)
Study on the issues in the provision of raw material in the stone carving and wood carving clusters of Orissa for United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO), 2007.(Team Leader)
Evaluation of the Impact of Microfinance and baseline study of 1200 MFI clients in Puri Dist. Of Orissa for Center for Microfinance Research (CFMR), Chennai and Harvard University, 2006.(Consultant)
Conducted a study “The incident and Impact of local pollutions due to coal extraction at mining site (MCL) and coal utilization site (NTPC) for World Wide Fund for Nature – India (WWF), 2005. (Team Leader)
Prepared a cost-Accounting of coal extraction and coal utilization taking the Technical & Operational cost, Social Cost and environmental cost for World Wide Fund for Nature – India (WWF), 2005. (Team Leader) Study the impact of the use of complex Fertilizer by the farmers in Orissa and Chattishgarh for Paradip Phosphate Limited. 2005.(Team Leader)
Study the impact of the media on farmers in Orissa, Chattishgarh & West Bengal for Paradip Phosphate Limited, 2005.(Team Leader)Conducted a study entitled “Impact of JFM Revolution in the Socio-economic development of Orissa” for a NGO “LOKSHAKTI”, 2005. (Team Leader)
Evaluation of SHGs for Gramin Vikas Trust in tribal districts of Orissa, 2005. (Team Leader)
Developed 15 Case Studies on Women Empowerment, Microfinance, Common Property Resource Management, Income Generation and Capacity Buildings for Gramin Vikas Trust (GVT), 2005. (Team Leader)
Conducted more than 20 consulting and research assignments for national and international agencies like World Bank, Asian Development Bank, UNDP, WFP, UNIDO, WWF, MART, CFMR, VAL, GVT etc.
Recent Assignment (Ongoing): Impact of Covid pandemic on SMEs in Telangana and Andhra pradesh, Centre for General Education Society, Ghaziabad (Principal Investigator).
Recent Assignment (Ongoing): Design and implementation of tdABC method for strategic decision making, ACG Capsules Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai. (Co-Investigator)
Recent Assignment (Completed): Study on Non-performing Assets in the SHG-Bank Linkage Programme in Andhra Pradesh for National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), AP, INDIA, (Principal Investigator).
Recent Assignment (Completed): Study on the Adoption of Cashless Transactions at Small Merchants in Tier 2 and 3 Cities of Telangana for National Payment Corporation of India (NCPI), (Co-Investigator).