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Arpita Mathur

PhD

Research Assistant Professor


Education:

  • PhD, Sociology, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, 2016


Course:

  • Organizational Behaviour, Business Research Methods

Other Professional Experience:

  • Asst. manager in ICICI Bank, Corporate Banking Group from November 2008 - May 2010
  • Teaching Assistant in Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

a) Course : Organizing Work: Past, Present and Evolving Possibilities
Area : Behavioural Sciences
Duration: December 2013 to February 2014

b) Course  : Designing Corporate Citizenship Initiatives
Area  : Behavioural Sciences
Duration: June 2015 to August 2015

Achievements and Awards:

  • 2016: ‘Special Mention’ during the Business Meeting of the CMS Division at the  Academy of Management Conference in Anaheim, USA as part of Best Doctoral Dissertation Award, 2016.
  • 2008 :UGC NET JRF (Junior Research Fellowship) in Criminology
  • 2007 :Second position in university merit list in M.Sc. Criminology
  • 2005 :All India Rank-1 in the entrance test for M.Sc. Criminology.
  • 2005 :Sixth position in university merit list in M.A. (Sociology)

 


  • Corruption
  • Power
  • Anti-corruption policy
  • Border Thinking
  • Theorising the State, 

Selected Publications:

  • “Corruption in Local Governance as Resistance: A Post-Colonial Reading of the State”, in "Governance, Resistance and Post-colonial State- Critical Management Perspectives", edited by Murphy, J and Jammulamadaka, N., Routledge (Forthcoming).
  • “Border Thinking in Action: A Postcolonial Study of Legitimization of Everyday Corruption”, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 2016, Anaheim, USA (Accepted but not presented)
  • “Corruption in Local Governance as Resistance: A Post-Colonial Reading of the State”, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 2015, Vancouver, Canada
  • “A Post-colonial reading of the Social Construction of Local Corruption”, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 2014, Philadelphia, USA
  • “Experimental Research Design for Corruption Research: Review and Future Directions”, Conference on Excellence in Research and Education, 2012, Indian Institute of Management Indore.
  • "An antecedents and consequent study of Service Innovation using Reconciliation of Resource Advantage (R-A) theory and Service Dominant Logic (SDL) framework", Doctoral colloquium at the International conference in Marketing, 2011, Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (Noida campus)
  • “Understanding Corruption in Public Sector Organizations”, Indore Management Journal, Special Issue, 2011 (Proceedings of EREC 2011)
  • “Understanding Corruption in Public Sector Organizations” Conference on Excellence in Research and education, 2011, Indian Institute of Management Indore.
  • “Victimisation of Working Women at Workplace: A Sociological Study in the city of Indore”, 1st International and 30th All India Criminology Conference, 2007, Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
  • “Credit Card Frauds”, 29th All India Criminology Conference, 2006, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India.

Research Assistant Professor in SRM University