Grishma Shah, PHD

Grishma Shah, PHD

Assistant Professor

Department : Management / Marketing

Email : grishma.shah@manhattan.edu

Phone : 718-862-7461

Office : DLS 509

Education

PHD, Rutgers University
MA, Rutgers University
BA, Rutgers University

Research

Broadly, my research interests include economic globalization, cultural change, emerging economies, business/knowledge process outsourcing, cross-cultural management and international human resource management. Specifically, I am fascinated with the interaction of international business and culture and its implications for the firm, individual and society.

Publications & Professional Activities


Publications

Shah, G. (2015). Zippies and the Shift in Cultural Values in India. In V. Pereira & A. Malik (Eds.), Investigating Cultural Aspects in Indian Organizations. Springer. (Book Chapter)

Shah, G., & Cragin, J. (2014). Game On: Virtual Reality in International Business Education. In The Palgrave Handbook of Experiential Learning in International Business (pp. 401–417). Palgrave. (Book Chapter)

Shah, G., & Pore, A. (2014). Is Walmart Good for India?   A Humanistic Perspective on Opening Up FDI in Multi-Brand Retail in India. In N. Lupton & M. Pirson (Eds.), Humanistic Perspectives on International Business and Management (pp. 165–178). Palgrave Macmillan. (Book Chapter)

Shah, G., & Ray, S. (2014). Indian Firms and the New Era of Corporate Social Responsibility: Raising the Bar for People Above Profits. In N. Lupton & M. Pirson (Eds.), Humanistic Perspectives on International Business and Management (pp. 198–211). Palgrave Macmillan. (Book Chapter)

Linden, D., Devito, R., Freeze, R., Pore, A., & Shah, G. (2014). Faculty Preferences Regarding a Variety of Case Methods Used in the Teaching of International Business: A study Update. The Journal of International Business Research and Practice, 8, 19–34. (Journal Article)

Pore, A., Shah, G., & Sterret, J. (2012). Do Managerial Motives Influence the Mode of Offshoring. Journal of Interdisciplinary Business Studies, 1. (Journal Article)

Shah, G., (2009) “The Impact of Economic Globalization on Work and Family Collectivism in India,” Journal of Indian Business Research Volume 1, Issue 2. (Journal Article)

Shah, G., (2006) “The New IT Culture of Bangalore,” International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp.131-136 (Journal Article)


Conference Presentations/Proceedings

Shah, Grishma, A.FM, Jalal, Taras, Vasyl, Bryla, Pawel, “Does Size Matter? The Effect of Institutional Size on Global Virtual Teams,” Academy of International Business, Bangalore India, June 2015, (Peer-Reviewed Proceeding/Presentation)

Shah, Grishma and Elliot, Esi, “The Impact of Socio-cultural Factors on Professional Aspiration in Emerging Markets” Academy of International Business, Bangalore India, June 2015, (Peer-Reviewed Proceeding/Presentation)

Shah, Grishma, "Research Crowdsourcing, Data Sharing, and Large-Scale Collaboration," Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada, August 2015, (Invited Panel)

Predmore, Carolyn, Shah, Grishma, “Conflict in the Classroom, Flipped Classrooms: Places for Change or Power Struggle,” National Business and Economics Society, Panama City, Panama, Spring 2015, (Peer-Reviewed Proceeding/Presentation)

Shah, Grishma, “Fostering International Teaching and Research Collaborations,” Academy of Management, Philadelphia, USA, August, 2014, (Panel)

Shah, Grishma, “Engage them and They’ll Understand: Existing Projects and Best Practices of Integrating Experiential Learning in International Business Curriculum” Academy of International Business, Vancouver, Canada, June 2014, (Symposia)

Shah, Grishma and Elliot, Esi, "The Impact of Socio-Cultural Factors on Economic Growth, Sustainability and Purpose of Subsistence Markets Consumers" The Fifth Subsistence Marketplaces Conference Consumption and Entrepreneurship in Subsistence Marketplaces: Spanning Geographies and Substantive Domains, Champaign, Illinois, June 2014, (Presentation)

Linden Dalecki, Raffaele DeVito, Ronald Freeze, Anand Pore, Grishma Shah, “Does Effectiveness of Various Teaching Methods Differ Across Different Regions in the U.S.?” MBAA International Conference, Chicago, March 2014, (Peer-Reviewed Proceeding/Presentation)

Shah, Grishma and Cragin, John,  “Virtual Reality in International Business Education” 3rd Annual International CAL4RINO Conference, London, UK. November 2013, (Invited Presentation)

Shah, Grishma and Pore, Anand, “Is Walmart Good for India?   A Humanistic Perspective on Opening Up FDI in Multi-Brand Retail in India” Academy of International Business- North East, Hamden, CT, October 2013, (Proceedings/Presentation)

Shah, Grishma and Ray, Subhasis, Indian Firms and the New Era of Corporate Social Responsibility: Raising the Bar for People Above Profits” Academy of International Business- North East, Hamden, CT, October 2013, (Proceeding/Presentation)

Pore, Anand, Shah Grishma and Sterrett, Jack, “The Effects of Managerial Motives on Mode of Offshoring?.” Academy of International Business, Washington DC, June 2012, (Peer-Reviewed Proceeding/Presentation)

Judiesch, Michael and Shah, Grishma, "Globalization, Collectivist Values and Gender: Understanding Career Aspirations in India," Careers across Cultures: International Experiences and Attitudes Symposium, Society of Industrial & Organization Psychology Conference, San Diego, April 2012, (Symposia)

Shah, Grishma, “Globalization and the Rise of Work-Family/Family Work Conflict in India,” Academy of International Business, Rio de Janiero, Brazil, June 2010. (Peer-Reviewed Proceeding/Presentation)

Shah, Grishma, “The Impact of Economic Globalization on Work-Family and Family-Work Conflict in India”, Academy of International Business-Northeast, Atlantic City, NJ, October 2008, (Peer-Reviewed Proceeding/Presentation)

Shah, Grishma, “Rising Individualism, the Impact of Economic Globalization on the Family, Firm and State in India”, Academy of International Business, Indianapolis, IN, June 2007, (Peer-Reviewed Proceeding/Presentation)

Shah, Grishma, “Globalization and Social Change in India”, China-India Development and Relations Symposium, Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations, New York, NY, March 2007. (Symposia)

Shah, Grishma, “The Societal Impact of Economic Globalization in India”, International Studies Association, Chicago, IL, February 2007.(Peer-Reviewed Proceeding/Presentation)

Shah, Grishma “The New IT Culture of Bangalore”, Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations, Prato, Italy, July 2006.(Presentation)

Shah, Grishma, “Business Process Outsourcing: Current Trends and Future Implications: A Case Study of India”, Academy of International Business, Beijing, China, June 2006.(Peer-Reviewed Proceeding/Presentation)

 

Courses Taught/Teaching

MBAC 605     Going Global:BN In Bric Econ
MBAE 606     Doing Business: Study Trip
MGMT 309    Management of International Business
MGMT 405    Going Global: Business in BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) Economy
MGMT 430    Business, Government, and Society