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Dr. Shalaghya Sharma
Assistant Professor

Dr Shalaghya Sharma did her Ph.D. in field of social entrepreneurship. She has industry experience of 5+ years as a Brand Management Professional. She teaches courses of Entrepreneurship and Marketing at IILM. Her research interest lies in entrepreneurship, and she has several publications in journals of international repute. She has also conducted several Entrepreneurship Development Programs focusing on technology commercialization and social impact creation. She is also on advisory board of some Non-profit organisations.

Qualification

  • PhD in Management – Social Entrepreneurship
  • MBA (Marketing and Finance)

Publications

  • “Sink or Swim – The fate of a Retail Family Business” published in Asian case Research Journal – VOL. 23, ISSUE 2, 193–202 (2019) (Scopus Indexed)
  • “Innovation at the bottom of the Pyramid- Empowering Rickshaw Pullers” published in South Asian Journal of Business and Management cases Volume 9, Issue 2 (Scopus indexed)
  • “Quandary of a social entrepreneur” published in emerald emerging market case (Scopus Indexed)
  • “Wave of Crowd Funding in Social Business in USA & UK and its Implication in India” published in IJABER Vol. 15, 2017 ,(Scopus Indexed)
  • “Preparing for the future in the shadow of the Pandemic – The goat Trust emerges digitally” selected for publication in Asian journal of management cases –sage publishers – SCOPUS INDEXED
  • “Can social enterprises create holistic women empowerment? – A case of Indian artisan women”. – selected for publication in the Journal of Women’s Entrepreneurship and Education – SCOPUS INDEXED
  • “Travails of a second-generation young entrepreneur” featured in Uk Case centre – case reference no. 816-0114-1
  • “Social Entrepreneurial Success in Resource-constrained ecosystem” published in CASS Studies, UGC Listed, April 2019
  • “Choosing jobs over entrepreneurship: how do negative emotions demotivate the aspiring entrepreneurs?”, Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies. Sopus indexed and ABDC- C category