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SIDDHARTH MOHAPATRA  


Assistant Professor on Contract

Humanities & Liberal Arts in Management

+91-495-2809425 / +91-7994708118
  sid.mohapatra@iimk.ac.in


Ph.D. in Business, Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Italy

Master in International Studies in Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship, University of Bologna, Italy.

Master of Science (Consciousness Studies), Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani

Post-Graduation Diploma in Marketing and Sales Management, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Sardar Patel College of Communication and Management, New Delhi

Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela

Research Areas
Social psychology of ethical and unethical acts

Understanding and managing the millennials

Fads and fashions pertaining to business ethics (human rights issues in business)

Employee volunteering

The millennials and their ‘different’ work ethics

Contemporary fads in human resource management

 

Significant Publications
Mohapatra, S. 2008. Vinoba Bhave: The saintly social entrepreneur. Giving: Thematic Issues in Philanthropy and Social Innovation, 3: 93-106.

Mohapatra, S. 2008. Vinoba Bhave: The saintly social entrepreneur. Giving: Thematic Issues in Philanthropy and Social Innovation, 3: 93-106.

Mohapatra, S. 2015. Earnings management, human rationality, and relative deprivation: Some critical assessments. Saarbrücken, Germany: Scholars’ Press. https://www.amazon.com/Earnings-Management-Rationality-Relative-Deprivation/dp/3639764145

Mohapatra, S. 2016. ‘Talking the walk’ and ‘taking the walk’ of responsibility: Sustainable development through core competency based business responsibility. Saarbrücken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Talking-Walk-Taking-Responsibility-Sustainable/dp/3659931241

Mohapatra, S. 2007. An Interview with Jurgen Schulz. Giving: Thematic Issues in Philanthropy and Social Innovation, 2: 195-206.

Mohapatra, S., & Verma, P. (working paper). “I do, I feel good; therefore I’m.” Long-term employee volunteering through volunteer-work meaningfulness

Verma, P., & Mohapatra, S. (working paper). Bhoodan-based land acquisition (BhaLAi): Stakeholder bhalai, spiritually

Verma, P., & Mohapatra, S. 2017. The combined use of formal and informal ethics training in the Indian IT Companies. In S. Raghunath & E. Rose (Eds.), International business strategy: Perspectives on implementation in emerging markets: 357-384. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Verma, P., Mohapatra, S., & Löwstedt, J. 2016. Ethics training in the Indian IT sector: Formal, informal or both? Journal of Business Ethics, 133: 73-93. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10551-014-2331-4

Verma, P., & Mohapatra, S. (working paper). Bhoodan: Where Kant met Bentham

Verma, P., & Mohapatra, S. (working paper). Tata's philanthropic legacy: A fusion of professionalism and spiritualism

 
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