Dr Dipanjan Kumar Dey has been working as an Assistant Professor in the department of Humanities and Social Sciences (Management Area) at the Indian Institute of Technology Ropar since 2017. Before joining IIT Ropar, he was an assistant professor in the department of marketing and strategy management at IBS Hyderabad since 2014. He has been a visiting scholar to Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University for his thesis work. His doctoral research is in the area of utilization and marketing of healthcare services in India.He also has corporate exposure in the domain of BFSI post his MBA.
Assistant Professor, IIT Ropar, Jan 2017 - Present
Assistant Professor, IBS Hyderabad, March 2014 - Dec 2016
Visiting Research Scholar, SSB, Oklahoma State University, Sep2010 -11
Chauhan, Y., Lakshmi, K.R. and Dey, D.K., 2016. Corporate governance practices, self-dealings, and firm performance: Evidence from India. Journal of Contemporary Accounting and Economics, 12(3), pp.274-289
Chauhan, Y., Dey, D.K. and Jha, R.R., 2016. Board structure, controlling ownership, and business groups: Evidence from India. Emerging Markets Review, 27, pp.63-83.
Srivastava, A. and Dey, D.K., 2016. Brand analysis of global and local banks in India: a study of young consumers. Journal of Indian Business Research, 8(1), pp.4-18.
Dey, D.K., Chauhan, Y.K. and Chakraborti, R., 2015. Does advertising strategy matter in influencing mutual fund purchase?. Journal of Financial Services Marketing, 20(1), pp.23-33.
Dey, D.K. and Mishra, V., 2014. Determinants of choice of healthcare services utilization: empirical evidence from India. Indian Journal of Community Health, 26(4), pp.356-363.
Dey, D., Garla, S. and Chakraborty, G., 2011. Comparison of Probabilistic-D and k-Means Clustering in Segment Profiles for B2B markets. In SAS Global Forum 2011 Proceedings.