Arindam Das

Area: Strategic Management

Email: arindam.das@ifmr.ac.in


Areas of Interest

Corporate Restructuring, M&A and Alliances, Firm Performance, Technology Strategy

Name: Arindam Das
Designation: Associate Professor & Area Chairperson, Strategy

Biography

Dr. Arindam Das is an Associate Professor in the area of Strategic Management at IFMR. Prior to IFMR, he worked with ASCI, Hyderabad where he designed management development programs for practicing executives, and was involved in consulting for the government. For over two decades Arindam worked in various technology consulting and leadership roles at Accenture, Infosys and TCS. His work with large global clients in the manufacturing and financial services sector involved complex, turn-key engagements. He has also been to a few leading Indian B-schools as visiting faculty for Strategic Management. Dr. Das has published research papers and book chapters in the areas of corporate governance, M&A / EJV performance, competitiveness, technology innovation, supply chain and project management. He holds a bachelor’s degree from NIT, Calicut, a master’s degree from ISI, Calcutta and a PhD from IIFT, New Delhi. He is a certified PMP from PMI and a certified Independent Director from IoD. His current research interests include performance of family businesses and SMEs, socio-cognitive aspects of decision-making, and international trade in Africa.  

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Dhurkari, R.K., Swain, A.K. (2011). Multi Attribute Gain Loss- A new method for reference dependent multi-attribute ranking and selection. Published in the proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Modeling, Optimization and Computing held during 5-7 Dec 2011 at Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India. 2011
Dhurkari, R.K., Swain, A.K. (2014). A New Method to Support Informed Managerial Decisions in Salespeople Performance Evaluation. Published in the proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Business Analytics and Intelligence during 18-20 Dec 2014 at Indian Institute of Sciences Bangalore. 2014
Dhurkari, R.K., Swain, A.K. (2013). MCGL: A new method for modelling the choice behavior of the decision maker. Published in the proceedings of Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) 44th annual meeting at Baltimore, USA. 2013
Dhurkari, R.K., Swain, A.K. (2015). An Alternative Preference Elicitation Procedure in Predicting Choice. Published in the proceedings of 4th IIMA International Conference on Advanced Data Analysis, Business Analytics and Intelligence during 11-12 April 2015 at Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad. 2015
Dhurkari, R.K., Swain, A.K. (2015). An experiment on the effectiveness of AHP for informed decision-making”. International Conference on Business & Economic Development (ICBED)-2015, New York, U.S.A, The Business and Management review, Vol. 6, Number 2, pp.305. 2015
• “ASEAN connectivity and industrial clusters in Tamil Nadu”, paper presented at the ASEAN-India connectivity: towards deepening regional integration, organized by ERIA and RIS, November 2011. 2011
Madhuri Saripalle (2014), “Labor Productivity, trade and R&D in the Indian electronics industry”, Paper presented at the Annual International conference on Conference on Technology: Corporate and Social Dimensions, organized by organized by the forum for global knowledge sharing (FGKS), October 27-29, 2014, NIAS, Bangalore. 2014
Madhuri Saripalle (2014), “Determinants of non-tradition agricultural exports: case study of Indian horticulture industry”, project findings presented at the 13th Annual SANEI Conference, Dhaka Bangladesh 30-31 August 2014. 2014
Madhuri Saripalle & Jyoti Prasad Mukhopadhyay (2016), “Mobile penetration, inequality and economic growth” on 18-3-2016, one day international seminar on creation and diffusion of technology, organized by Knowledge Forum (in partnership with Tata trust). http://fgks.in/images/pdf/conf/2016/Madhuri.pdf 2016
Cooperative Banking in India and Social Banking 2011
Evaluation of saving strategies between the urban and rural ultra poor 2010
Total factor productivity growth in Indian Banking – Innovation vs. catch-up effect 2006
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