Faculty

A rich and lively student-teacher interaction is at the heart of SPJIMR's success. Our faculty members are known to be great teachers, who can bring alive the subject, encourage critical thinking and offer a wider, holistic perspective that is critical in today's complex business environment.

Our faculty members are drawn from academia, industry, government sector and non-profits. Collectively, they bring in a wide range of experience in building and delivering knowledge and skills to prepare participants for leadership roles.

The teaching-learning process at SPJIMR is vastly enriched by a series of non-classroom initiatives through which our faculty help build among participants the right attitudes to enable them lead with purpose, meaning and with an idea of service to society.

We have more than 44 full time faculty members, of which 28 are PhDs. The average experience of the core faculty is over 18 years, with several who have come to academics after years of experience as practitioners. In addition, we have over 14 adjunct faculty and several more visiting faculty who engage with participants of various courses.

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Dr. Pallavi Mody

Professor
Programme Head, Doing Business in India

pallavimody@spjimr.org

Curriculum Vitae

Pallavi Mody has over 30 years of teaching experience. Pallavi is a passionate teacher whose core competence lies in simplifying jargons to make learning easy.

Pallavi Mody is Program-Head of ‘Doing Business in India’ at the institute and has designed, developed and delivered several short term programs for foreign participants who wish to understand India before taking a plunge.  

Education

  • M.A. (Economics), M. Phil and Ph.D. University of Mumbai

Areas of Competence and Interest

  • India Story
  • Business Environment

Academic Courses taught

  • Micro Economics, Macro Economics, Business Environment and International Business
Experience

Dr. Pallavi Mody

Professor
Programme Head, Doing Business in India

pallavimody@spjimr.org

Curriculum Vitae

Teaching Experience

  • 2006 onwards: Core faculty at SPJIMR
  • 1984-2006 Reader,  Bhavan's College (Andheri)

Consulting Experience

  • 1994-2010, Consulting Economist, K. R. Choksey Shares and Securities Ltd.
Research & Publications

Dr. Pallavi Mody

Professor
Programme Head, Doing Business in India

pallavimody@spjimr.org

Curriculum Vitae

Book:  Mody Pallavi, "Equity, The Next Investment Destination", 2006; Publisher: HPH

Research Papers:

  • Mody Pallavi, "Ease of Doing Business in India with Special Reference to Maharashtra", Gujarat Technological University (2015) ISBN: 978-93-5254-009-9
  • Mody Pallavi, "The Role of Foreign Financial Institutions (FIIs) in India", Gujarat Technological University and Sriyogi Publishers (2014) ISBN:978-81-9237-874-9
  • Mody Pallavi, Suresh Advani, "Doing Business in India: Opportunities and Challenges in the Education Sector", FOCUS:  International Journal of Management Digest (Oct 2012-March 2013), Vol.8, No.2. ISSN No. 0973-9165 

Case Studies:

  • Mody Pallavi, Raveendra Chittoor, “Attaining the Next Orbit: Dilemma of a Family Managed Business-Natural Ice Cream” published in Harvard Business Publishing 2016. Teaching note supporting the case published
  • Mody Pallavi, Ashita Aggarwal, "A day in the life of Pamella Chopra: A study of socio cultural aspects and its impact on consumption in Urban upper class in India", published in ECCH, 2014. Teaching note supporting the case published
  • Mody Pallavi, Sharma Ashita Aggarwal, “A day in the life of Leela Jadhav: A study of socio cultural aspects and its impact on consumption in Urban Indian Slums, published in ECCH, March 2012, (512-030-1). Teaching note supporting the case published
  • Mody Pallavi, Sharma Ashita Aggarwal, “A day in the life of Aditi Mehta: A study of socio cultural aspects and its impact on consumption in Urban Middle Class”, published in ECCH, December 2011, (511-100-1). Teaching note supporting the case published
  • Mody Pallavi, “WASH Brigade: The Change Agent” 2014. Published in The Case Centre; 413-132-1/212-043-8) Teaching note supporting the case published (Co-Authors: Mansi Bhargava, PGDM batch of 2012-14)
  • Mody Pallavi, “Flood Relief Programmes in Odisha” 2012, published in ECCH (212-043-1/212-043-8) Teaching note supporting the case published (Co-authors Minakshi Kunthia, Pragyan Pattnaik and Nimisha Gupta of PGDM batch of 2011-13)
  • Mody Pallavi, “Tata Nano: Launch of the World's Cheapest Car, the euphoria of the launch of the car and shift from Singur to Sanand” 2009 Published in ECCH (209-035-1/209-036-1/209-035-8) (Co-authors S. Kumar, Sharma and Thakur of PGDM batch of 2009-11)

 

 

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Dr. Pallavi Mody

Professor
Programme Head, Doing Business in India

pallavimody@spjimr.org

Curriculum Vitae
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Dr. Pallavi Mody

Professor
Programme Head, Doing Business in India

pallavimody@spjimr.org

Curriculum Vitae

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