Chetan Joshi

Associate Professor at Organizational Behavior at Indian Institute of Management Calcutta


  • Indian Institute of Management Calcutta




Indian Institute of Management Calcutta

Academic Background:

PhD in Organizational Behavior, Richard Ivey School of Business, Western University (Formerly 'University of Western Ontario'), London, Ontario, Canada MBA, Department of Management Studies, University of Roorkee (now renamed as Indian Institute of Technology), Roorkee, India BSc, University of Lucknow, India

Courses Taught:

  • Core Courses for 2018-2019:
  • Organizational Behavior (Pre-semester Course, PGDBA)
  • Designing Effective Organizations (PGPEX Core Course, Term II)
  • Organizational Behavior II (PGP Core Course, Term II)
  • Interpersonal Skills and Leadership (PGPEX-VLM Core Course, Term VI)
  • Organization Development (FP core Course, Term III)
  • Electives Offered 2018-2019:
  • Group Dynamics (FP Elective Course, Term IV)
  • Organizational Leadership: Inspiration, Dilemmas and Action (PGP II Elective, Term VI)
  • Applied Behavioral Sciences III: Organization Development (FP Elective Course, Term VI)
  • Leading People (PGPEX elective, Term VI)
  • Other Courses Taught in Previous Years:
  • Behavioral Science I (PGP Core Course, Term I)


  • 2010: Research paper received recognition as one of the top three papers at the 11th International Research Seminar in Service Management.
  • 2009: Scholarship from the OBTS Teaching Society for Management Educators for attending the 36th Annual Organizational Behaviour Teaching Conference, Charleston, SC, June 2009.
  • 2006: Outstanding Reviewer Award, Gender & Diversity in Organizations Division, 65th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.
  • 2006: Runner Up (“Honourable Mention”) for the Organizational Behaviour Division Best Paper Award, Annual Conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Banff, Canada.
  • 2002: Nominated for the Japanese Government Scholarship – 2003 for research in Management Studies, Department of Secondary & Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Government of India.
  • 2002: Dean’s Commendation Letter for outstanding contribution as an Academic Associate at Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India for the 2001-2002 academic session.

Journal Publications:

  1. Chaudhry, S., Srivastava, B. N., & Joshi C. (Forthcoming). Influence of Justice Perceptions and Affective States on Project Manager’s Response to Client Opportunism, Accepted for publication in Project Management Journal.
  2. Chaudhry, S., Srivastava, B. N., & Joshi C. (November 2018). Vendor response to client opportunism in IT service relationships: Exploring the moderating effect of client involvement, Industrial Marketing Management, 75: 100-111 (Available at:
  3. Joerg Dietz, Chetan Joshi, V. M. Esses, L. K. Hamilton & Fabrice Gabarrot. (2015) The skill paradox: explaining and reducing employment discrimination against skilled immigrants, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26:10, 1318-1334,DOI:10.1080/09585192.2014.990398.
  4. Dietz J., Esses V. M., Joshi C. & Bennett-AbuAyyash C. (2009). The evaluation of immigrants' credentials: The roles of accreditation, immigrant race, and evaluator biases. Working Paper No. 30, Canadian Labour Market and Skills Researcher Network (CLSRN). Available at:
  5. Esses, V. M., Dietz, J., Bennett-Abuayyash, C., & Joshi, C. (2007). Prejudice in the workplace: The role of bias against visible minorities’ foreign-acquired qualifications and credentials. Canadian Issues, Spring 2007, 114-118.

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