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+91-79-6632 4945

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adityam@iima.ac.in

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Prof. Aditya Christopher Moses

Aditya Moses is an Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. He earned his FPM in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management with a minor in Strategy from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. Prior to getting a FPM, he obtained a M.Sc. in International human resource management from the University of Portsmouth, and a B.E. in Electronics and Telecommunication from the University of Mumbai.

Aditya is interested in studying the impact of various firm-level and team-level practices and strategies on various aspects of a firms' performance. His substantive areas of interest include social innovation, social enterprise strategies, healthcare, human resource management, and international human resource management.

Aditya has worked in the healthcare sector prior to joining his FPM. 

Educational Qualifications

FPM - Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore

M.Sc International Human Resource Management - University of Portsmouth

Academic Affiliation

Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

HRM Area

Professional Affiliation

Journals

Ad-Hoc Reviewer- Journal of Business Research 

 

Professional Bodies

Member - Academy of Mangement

 

Teaching

Human Resource Management

Area of Research

Social Innovation, Social Enterprises, Human Capital Strategies, Strategic Human Resource Management, International Human Resource Management and Healthcare.

Current Research

Working Papers

"Investigating the organizational drives of Jugaad Innovation: A study of Indian Missionary Hospitals" with Sharma, A., Bohra, S., and Sridhar, S. 

"What drives human resource availability in mature social enterprises in emerging markets?" with Sharma, A.

Publications/Articles/Cases

Journal Publications

Sharma, A., Moses, A., Bohra, S., and Adhikary, A., (Forthcoming) "Investigating the impact of workforce racial diversity on the organization corporate social responsibility performance: An institutional logics persepective," Journal of Business Research.

Conferences Presentations

John Varghese Thekkekara; Katelyn NG Long; and Aditya Moses,"Exploring the role of non-state actors in Indian healthcare: how mission hospitals can contribute to UHC expansion." 5th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, Liverpool, UK.

 

Consulting

 

Awards & Honors

Year Awards & Honors
   

 

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