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Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

Faculty

Jasmine Tata

Title/s: Associate Professor

Office #: Maguire 436

Phone: 312.915.6543

E-mail: jtata@LUC.edu

External Webpage: http://homepages.luc.edu/~jtata/new_page_1.htm

Degrees

Research Interests

Professional & Community Affiliations

Courses Taught

Awards

Publications

Refereed Articles

Tata, Jasmine. , "National culture, social capital, and micro-enterprise success." International Journal of Business Environment, 3. 1 (2010). 74-98.

Tata, Jasmine. & Prasad, S. "Micro-Enterprise quality." International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, 26. (2009). 234-246.

Tata, Jasmine. , Luther, H., & Kwesiga, E. "A model for predicting outcomes of sexual harassment complaints by race and gender." Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 21. 1 (2009). 21.

Tata, Jasmine. , "Social Capital, Collaborative Exchange, and Micro-Enterprise Performance: The Role of Gender." International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 5. (2008). 373-388.

Tata, Jasmine. & Grznar, J. "Neural Networks and Organizational Systems: Modeling Non linear Relationships." European Journal of Operational Research (2007).

Tata, Jasmine. & Prasad, S. "A framework for international services: Benchmarking for countries and companies." Benchmarking: An International Journal, 13. (2006). 311-323.

Tata, Jasmine. & Madan, M. "Supply chains in developed and developing countries." Journal of Operations Management, 23. (2005). 551-568.

Tata, Jasmine. & Mirchandani., D. "The evolution of TQM." TQM Magazine, The, 17. 1 (2005). 54-65.

Tata, Jasmine. & Prasad, S. "Teams and group structures: Publication patterns." Information & Management, 42. 8 (2005). 1137-1148.

Tata, Jasmine. & Clancy, M. "A global perspective on balancing work and family: An investigation covering eight countries."International Journal of Management (2005).

Tata, Jasmine. , "The influence of national culture on the perceived fairness of grading procedures: A comparison of U.S. and China." Journal of Psychology, 139. (2005). 401-412.

Refereed Proceedings

Tata, Jasmine. , "Group-Based Micro-Credit Structure and Business Success: Findings from a Case Study." The Midwest Decision Sciences Conference (2007).

Tata, Jasmine. & Clancy, M. "A global perspective on balancing work and family." The Annual Meeting of the Midwest Academy of Management (2005).

Book Chapters

Tata, Jasmine. , Dougan, W., & Munro, D. "A typology of e-governance systems tasks.", Towards next generation e-government. Ed. New Delhi, India: GIFT Publishing, 2008.

Tata, Jasmine. , "Teams and E-Governance.", E-Government: Macro Issues. Ed. New Delhi, India: Jay Dee Services Inc, 2006.

Presentation of Refereed Papers

Tata, Jasmine. (2006). "Teams and e-governance." International Conference on E-Governance (ICEG2006), New Delhi, India.

Tata, Jasmine. (2009). "Supply chain management, social capital, and micro-enterprise performance." 68th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago, Illinois.

Tata, Jasmine. (2007). "Micro-credit programs, social capital, and micro-business performance." 67th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Managament, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Tata, Jasmine. (2007). "National cultural values, social capital, collaborative exchange, and micro-business performance." 67th Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Tata, Jasmine, and H. Luthar. (2005). "A model for predicting outcomes of sexual harassment complaints by race and gender: Differences between White and African American women." the 65th annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Tata, Jasmine. (2007). "Group-Based Micro-Credit Structure and Business Success: Findings from a Case Study." Midwest Decision Sciences Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Tata, Jasmine, and M. Clacny. (2005). "A global perspective on balancing work and family." annual meeting of the Midwest Academy of Management, Chicago, Illinois.

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