Finance & Economics
SPJIMR’s Finance & Economics faculty features a distinctive blend of academic scholars and practitioners with real-world expertise. This facilitates conducting research that advances both scholarly pursuits and delves deeply into issues of industry relevance. In addition, SPJIMR’s location in Mumbai offers its fellows the opportunity to interact with and benefit from the most significant presence of financial markets and industry specialists. Our Center for Financial Services (CFS) assists academics and researchers and serves as a conduit for shaping industry-relevant research. Visit the Finance & Economics faculty page to learn more about their profiles, research expertise and interests.
Operations, Supply Chain Management & Quantitative Methods
The Operations, Supply Chain Management, and Quantitative Methods (OSCQM) concentration offer participants a chance to investigate real-world business issues using rigorous research techniques. The specialisation encourages scholars to pursue research in a variety of fields, including but not limited to service operations, e-commerce and digital supply chains, sustainable operations and humanitarian supply chains, healthcare operations, sharing economy and platform operations, agricultural supply chains, behavioural organisational management, and supply chain risk, among others. To explore new and fascinating research issues in their fields of interest, the programme introduces fellows to research approaches like empirical modelling, operations research, game theory, multicriteria decision-making, analytics, and simulation modelling. Our accomplished faculty members in the OSCQM area have a wide range of research interests. Visit the OSCQM faculty page to learn more about their profiles, research expertise and interests.
Organisation & Leadership Studies
The Organisation & Leadership specialisation aims to foster a strong research attitude. It provides the students with modern resources and techniques to develop academic rigour in their scholarly endeavours. The faculty’s areas of interest include leadership, organisational citizenship behaviour, managing diversity, personality, organisational development and transformation, and the shadow side of organisations. Visit the Organisation & Leadership Studies faculty page to learn more about their profiles, research expertise and interests.
Strategy & Innovation
Strategy Management has an advantage in the quality of its curriculum, which delves deeply into classical as well as contemporary business strategy research and advanced method courses. The process prepares scholars to contribute to the development and dissemination of high-quality strategy research in areas such as competitive strategy, hyper-competition, corporate strategy, intra-firm and inter-firm cooperative strategy, business diversification, internationalisation, global strategy, platform strategy, the effect of technological changes, behavioural strategy, and sustainability strategy, among others. The emphasis is on pushing the boundaries of knowledge and, as a result, providing potential solutions to contemporary business and management problems. Our Strategy Management faculty members have a wide range of research interests. Visit the faculty page to learn more about their profiles, research expertise and interests.
The FPM Marketing curriculum imparts advanced research methodology knowledge and skills such as econometrics, experiments, and multivariate statistics, as well as in-depth domain knowledge of marketing theory and contemporary issues, consumer behaviour, pricing theory, and other courses based on the scholars’ research interests. Our scholars use qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods to investigate intriguing questions. Faculty members’ extensive professional experience and solid academic credentials assist the young researcher in balancing rigour and relevance. The marketing faculty and FPM scholars’ scholarly works have been published in top international peer-reviewed journals (ABDC – A*, A). Senior faculty from the top US business schools also contribute to the development and delivery of the FPM curriculum. Visit our Marketing faculty page to learn more about their profiles, research interests and expertise.
Information Management & Analytics
The Information Management department in SPJIMR has a unique mix of academic and practice-oriented researchers as faculty. Such a broad scope of research helps the FPM scholars to develop their research in their interest areas – with active support from the faculty. With a specific interest in innovation, technology, artificial intelligence, business analytics, and other domains, our faculty are continuously pushing the knowledge frontiers and solving industry-related problems. Visit our Information Management faculty page to learn more about their profiles, research interests and expertise.