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Rojers P Joseph
Rojers P Joseph
Associate Professor
Area:
  • Strategic Management

rojers.pj[at]iimranchi.ac.in


Qualifications
  •  Ph.D., Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)Bombay

Teaching Areas

  • Strategic Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • International Business
  • Corporate Governance

National/ International Teaching/ Research Experiences

  • 20 years Experience

Training & Consulting Areas:

  • Strategic Management
  • Entrepreneurship

Research Areas

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Innovation
  • Technology Management

Current Research Interests:

  • Entrepreneur gender and innovation performance
  • Innovation in SMEs
  • Technology adoption

Professional Affiliation:

  • Strategic Management Society (SMS)
  • Academy of Management (AOM)

Publications/ Articles/ Cases

    Publications:
    Journal articles (Recent):
  • Factors influencing the adoption postponement of mobile payment services in the hospitality sector during a pandemic. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 46, 26-39. With Khanra, S., Dhir, A, and Kaur, P. (2021)
  • Gender and Firm Innovation - A Systematic Literature Review and Future Research Agenda, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research. With T. M., Arun (2020).
  • External knowledge sourcing and innovation in family firms: How and why absorptive capacity and family social capital matter, VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems. With Ul Akram, M., and Ghosh, K. (2020).
  • Entrepreneur's Gender and Firm Innovation Breadth: An Institution-based view of SMEs in an emerging market context, International Journal of Innovation Management, 24 (07), 1-31. With T. M, Arun (2020).
  • E-governance maturity models: A meta-ethnographic study. The International Technology Management Review 8 (1), 1-9. With Khanra, S. (2019).
  • Adoption of e-Governance: The mediating role of language proficiency and digital divide in an emerging market context. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 13 (2). With Khanra, S. (2019).
  • Cases:
  • Mahindra Rise: Racing towards Creative Disruptions, Ivey Publishing. (Case + Teaching Note). With Rizvi, Nadeem. Z. (2021 - accepted).
  • Guardian Lifecare: Customer centricity as a value proposition (9B17A028). Ivey Publishing. (Case + Teaching Note). With Dutta, Swarup K. (2017).
  • Medknow Publications: a success model in the digital era, Emerald Emerging Market Case Studies, 5 (8) (Case + Teaching Note) (2015).
  • Digital publishing: Pothi.com (9B12M037). Ivey Publishing. (Case + Teaching Note). With Jha, Shishir K. (2012).
  • Book Chapters:
  • Khanra, S and Joseph, R P (2020). ‘Development and Validation of an Assessment Framework for e-Government Services’ in Chugnov, A, Khodachek, I, Misnikov, Y and Trutnev, D (eds.) Electronic Governance and Open Society: Challenges in Eurasia, CCIS 1349, 27-41, Springer.
  • Joseph R P and T M, Arun (2021). ‘Models and Tools of Knowledge Acquisition’ in Patnaik, S, Tajeddini, K and Jain V (eds.) Advances in Computational Management.2. Modelling and Optimization in Science and Technologies (MOST) Series, Springer.
  • Khanra, S, Joseph, R P, Dhir, A. and Kaur, P. (2020). ‘Antecedents of the barriers toward the adoption of Unified Payment Interface’, in IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology (IFIPAICT), Volume 618, 608-625, Springer.
  • Khanra, S and Joseph, R P (2020). ‘Orchestration of an e-Government Network: Capturing the Dynamics of E-Government Service Delivery through Theoretical Analysis and Mathematical Forecasting’, in IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology (IFIPAICT), Volume 618, 219-229, Springer.
  • Conferences (Recent):
  • Nazeer Z. Makroo and Rojers P Joseph, P&R Infraprojects: putting the focus back on hydropower, SMF 2020, IIM Ranchi. 21-23, December 2020.
  • S. Khanra, Joseph, R P, Orchestration of an e-Government Network: Capturing the Dynamics of E-Government Service Delivery through Theoretical Analysis and Mathematical Forecasting, IFIP WG 8.6 2020 Working conference, 18-19 December, 2020, IIM Tiruchirappalli.
  • S. Khanra, Joseph, R P, Antecedents of the Barriers toward the Adoption of Unified Payment Interface, IFIP WG 8.6 2020 Working conference, 18-19 December 2020, IIM Tiruchirappalli.
  • S. Khanra, Joseph, R P, Development and Validation of an Assessment Framework for e-Government Services, Electronic Governance and Open Society: Challenges in Eurasia (EGOSE 2020), 18-19 November 2020, St Petersburg, Russia.
  • S Khanra, RP Joseph, N Ruparel, Dynamism of an e-Government Network in Delivering Public Services, Responsible Leadership in Rising Economies, Academy of Management Specialised Conference, 23-25 October 2019, Bled, Slovenia.
  • T M, Arun; Joseph, Rojers P. and Akram, Manzoor Ul, Gender and Innovation - An Institution-Based View from SMEs in Emerging Markets, 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management taking place 9-13 August, 2019. Boston, USA.

Awards

  • Awarded the SJM Endowment Fellowship for excellence in PhD coursework at SJM School of Management, IIT Bombay, 2009-13.
  • Chosen as the best instructor by the graduating students of the regular as well as continuing education programs in 2004-05, Faculty of Business and Economics, Jimma University, MOE, Ethiopia.