Assistant Professor, Hyderabad campus
Srinivas has a range of research interests, including Institution building-Peoples Collectives, Microfinance through women Self Help groups, and Skill building towards Livelihood Promotion, development Induced displacement. Accordingly he has been engaged in Research in the areas of Livelihoods and Livelihood promotion especially of the rural poor-weavers, artisans, wage workers, particularly vulnerable tribal groups towards supporting best practice promotion and advocacy for suitable public policy.
Assistant Professor, Guwahati campus
Associate Professor, Mumbai campus
sociology of education
sociology of law
Anthropology of religion
Kinship and society
Culture and communication
Professor, Mumbai campus
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Assistant Professor, Mumbai campus
My research interests include:
1) Neuropsychology of decision making, choice behavior, risk behavior, using both experimental paradigm and neuropsychological assessments. 2) Online Behavior - Gaming, Trolling and online bullying, Social networking using a range of methodologies including data mining, 3) Compassion research 4) Suicidality and its correlates 5) Traumatic events and life adjustment 6) Disgust and related constructs in contamination-based OCD
Information system (IS) capability, Knowledge management (KM) capability, Effect of IS and KM capabilities on organizational agility, IS effectiveness, Business value of information technology (IT), Influence of IT spending on IT capability-agility relationship, IT agility contradiction, ITorganization environment framework, Effect of IT flexibility on critical IS expertise-agility linkage, Impact of strategic orientation on IT-KM-agility association, Effect of IT generated business value on organizational performance (financial and non-financial), Resource based view ...
Action Research and Reflective Practice
Knowledge Interfaces in Development
Climate Change Adaptation and Emergent Livelihoods
Collective Action and Natural Resource Management
Inclusive Value Chain Analysis and Development
Risks, Trust and Social Networks
Innovating Research Methodologies in Social Work Education
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