After working for about 8 years in the corporate world , I chose to pursue my passion and thus joined academics. I have taught courses on behavioral business ethics, corporate social responsibility, and communication. My current teaching interest includes courses such as Diversity Management, NeuroLeadership, Social Network Analysis, and Gamification.
My area of research includes diversity within organizations with a specific focus on persons with disabilities. My other research interests includes idiosyncratic deals, innovation, organizational neuroscience, and business ethics.
Ph.D.- Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (2019)
PGDM- Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (2005)
GSERM Global School in Empirical Research Methods- University of St.Gallen
1. Machine Learning with R
2. Text Mining
3. Basic and Advanced Multilevel Modelling with R and Stan
Group Life Coach Practitioner (The Priority Academy)
Gamification and Behavioral Design (Udemy)
Scrum Master & Scrum Product Owner (International Scrum Institute)
ESRA (Environment & Social Risk Analysis) (UNEP Finance Initiative)
PRINCE2® (APM Group)
Jain, A., & Sharma, D. (2018). Workarounds and social support: the saviors for visually impaired bankers in India. Journal of Information, Communication, and Ethics in Society, 15(3). https://doi.org/10.1108/JICES-05-2017-0031
- Jain, A. (2016) Social Identity Theory and Diversity & Inclusion in National HRDN Kolkata Kindle
- Jain, A. and Mithani, A. (2006). Investment Guarantees – An Overview. Actuary India, May 2006.
Jain, A. (2014). Case Study- The Real Cost of Paying Bribes (A) & (B). Giving Voice to Values/PRME Regional Case Development Initiative
Jain, A. and Swamy, R. (2011). Case Study- Every Client Must Be Treated Equally? (A) & (B). Giving Voice to Values Curriculum
Jain, A. and Swamy, R. (2011). Case Study- Paying Bribes: Do Small Suppliers Have Choice?. Giving Voice to Values Curriculum