CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Dr. Pillai teaches MBA students. He serves as a member of University Research Protocol Committee in Management and social Sciences. He is also the CO-ordinator of students’ Research Forum of SOM.
SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING
|Research Methodology||Second semester|
|Business Economics||MGA 601||First Semester|
|Healthcare Economics||MGT-HM-728||Fifth Trimester|
|Degree||Specialisation||Institute||Year of passing|
|PhD (Doctor of Philosophy)||University of Kerala, Trivandrum||2006|
|Institution / Organisation||Designation||Role||Tenure|
|School of Management, Manipal University, Manipal||Facilitator institutional progression||2013 till date|
|M S N Institute of Management and Technology, Chavara, Kollam, Kerala||Professor and Principal||Developed and maintained a conducive teaching and learning environment||August 2011 - December 2012|
|Birla Institute of Technology, Kingdom of Bahrain||Senior Lecturer||• Taught Economics and Management related subjects to Undergraduate and Post graduate levels • Provided project Guidance to the students of Undergraduate and Post graduate levels • Prepared course materials • Engaged in co-curricular activities||October 2008 - June 2011|
|The Indian School, Kingdom of Bahrain||Senior Post Graduate Teacher||• Taught Economics at Higher Secondary level • Prepared course materials • Engaged in co-curricular activities||March 2007 - October 2008|
|Periyar Foundation, Thekkady, Kerala, India||Economist||• Prepared Annual Budget • Coordinated focused training programmes • Extended technical Support to the Kerala Forest department • Conducted Socio-Economic and Environmental Studies • Resource person to the trainings in Participatory Biodiversity conservation • Conducted internal auditing of various stakeholders associated to the Institution • Conducted review studies of various action- oriented projects • Liaising with various Line Departments • Helped Local-Self Governments institutions in bringing external projects||July 2004 - March 2007|
|Kerala Forest Department||• Prepared Annual Budget • Coordinated focused training programs • Extended technical Support to the Kerala Forest department • Conducted Socio-Economic and Environmental Studies • Resource person to the trainings in Participatory Biodiversity conservation • Conducted internal auditing of various stakeholders associated to the Institution • Conducted review studies of various action- oriented projects • Liaising with various Line Departments • Helped Local-Self Governments institutions in bringing external projects||December 1999 - June 2004|
|Trinity Educational Complex||Lecturer||June 1993 - December 1999|
AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH
Area of Interest
Business Policy & Strategy, Behavioural Economics, International Economics, Research Methodology, Business Communication, Entrepreneurship, Corporate Governance, International Business, Organisational Behaviour
Area of Expertise
Business Policy & Strategy, Behavioural Economics, International Economics, Research Methodology
Area of Research
Environmental economics, Resource management, Health economics, Rural development, Inclusive growth, Tourism
Professional Affiliations & Contributions
- Member of Quilon Management Association (IMA chapter of Kollam district), 2012.
- Member of Toast Masters International, 2013.
- Member of Asia Pacific Tourism Association.
- Member of International Society for Pharmaco-Economics and Outcome Research.
Tourism: employment and labour market issues
2008-01-01 B Vijaya Kumar
Entrepreneurial problems of businesswomen in the unorganised sector
ME, P (Eds).
Displacement and replacement of workers in agriculture: An enquiry of push and pull elements
2008-01-01 Bagchi K K
Child labour in fishing: A case study of Kollam District, Kerala
1999-01-01 Reddy Y S
Determinants of inward FDI to India: A factor analysis of panel data
The Journal of Contemporary Management Research, Vol. 7(1), Pg - 1-16 .
Pester power as diaspora dilemma: A study on expatriate Indians in Bahrain
LBS Journal of Management & Research.
Technology: The Future touch stone of financial inclusion
QMA Journal of Management, Vol. 1(1), Pg 2-3 .
FDI Trends in India: A multi-dimensional analysis
The Asian Economic Review, Vol 54(3), Pg 471 – 480 ..
Factors underlying job enrichment among expatriate employees: A microscopic view
Abhigyan: Journal of FORE School of Management, Vol. XXX(3), Pg 34- 44.
Financial prudence among youth
Journal of Contemporary Management Research, Vol. 6(2), Pg 52- 68.
Venture capital- A paradigm shift in India
South- Asian Journal of Socio-Political Studies, Vol. XII()2, Pg 78- 81.
Loan-loss Provisions in Indian Banks: An Appraisal of Institutional Attributes
Indian Journal of Finance, 11(10), Oct. 2017, pp. 7-19
Technological Leverage in Higher Education: An Evolving Pedagogy or Joining the Bandwagon
Journal of International Education in Business, 10 (2), Oct 2017, pp. 130 - 146
Tourism in South Asia: An Economic Leverage to India
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 22(7), May 2017, pp. 709 – 719
Business Competitiveness of India: the vanishing stripes
Abhigyan: Journal of FORE School of Management, XXXV (1), Apr – Jun 2017, pp. 1 - 12
Is Depreciation an Antecedent to Economic Growth: Evidence from India
The Journal of Contemporary Management Research; 11 (1), Mar 2017, pp. 27 – 43
Leveraging the Subconscious Mind: Transgressing Advertisement
Advanced Science letters, 23(3), March 2017, pp. 2001-03
Research Knowledge Management System in University: Faculty Intention and Potential Barriers
International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 14(13), Dec 2016, pp. 8459-8472
Patients’ Perception on Service Quality of Hospital
International Journal of Management and Applied Science, 2(5) May 2016, pp. 80-84
Five-force Model and Panchamaha Bhuta: What do they share in common and differ in structure analysis of Industries?
Manipal Research Review, 3(1), April 2016, pp.26 -36
Can Financial Inclusion be a Reality in India? Exploring the Prospects of India Post
Asian Journal of Development Matters, 9(2), Dec. 2015, 23 – 35
Growth Trajectory and Disempowerment in India
Man & Development, Vol. XXXVI (3), Sept. 2014, pp. 23-36
Inclusive Approach of Conservation: An Alternative Institutional Paradigm
Man & Development, Vol. XXXV (4), Dec. 2013, pp. 11 - 22
WOSCA: A Saga of an Emulative Social Enterprise
Sahay, V. & Sharma, P. R. S. (Eds) Handbook of Management Cases. 2016, pp. 280-305
A study on inventory management: Carborundum Universal Ltd, Cochin
2011-01-01 Aswini Bobi Thomas
2011-2013, third semester.
Employee attitude survey on job enrichment among expatriate workers in the Middle East
2008-01-01 Asma Masood Kulsoom Hussain Renu Koshy Sania Saleh Amoodi
2008-2011, Fourth semester .
Employee performance assessment of retail outlet: A skill scope analysis of lulu hypermarket
2008-01-01 Umme Aayeshakhan Minal Patel Muktha Ashok Tariq Shanavas
2008-2011, Fourth semester.
From cross roads to avenues of prosperity: A study on super foods company, Kingdom of Bahrain - Part I and II
2009 - 2011, Fifth & Sixth trimesters
Gender dimension of “glass ceiling” in the Kingdom of Bahrain
2009-01-01 Julia Rose Thomas Saloni Prasad
2009 - 2011, Sixth Trimester .
Financial prudence among youth
2009-01-01 Rozita Annamria Carlo Rachel Rose D’souza
2009 - 2011, Fifth Trimester .
Labour legislations in India: Tourism industry dimension
<a href="http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/ 36999/1/ MPRA_paper_36999.pdf">Labour legislations in India: Tourism industry dimension</a>
Customer driven marketing strategy of LIC international in Bahrain: A product-specific study
<a href="http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/33388/1/Marekting_Strategy_LIC_intl_manuscript_MPRA.pdf > Customer driven marketing strategy of LIC international in Bahrain: A product-specific study</a>
Virtual socialising: Its motives and spread
<a href="http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/28774 /1/MRPA_paper_28774.pdf ">Virtual socialising: Its motives and spread</a>
Group norms and consumer behaviour
<a href="http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/28177/1/MRPA_paper_28177.pdf">Group norms and consumer behaviour</a>
Labour market structure: A brief literature survey
<a href="http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/27479/1/MRPA_paper_27479.pdf">Labour market structure: A brief literature survey</a>
Labour as an agent of production: A classical economy perspective
<a href="http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/27432/1/MRPA_ paper_27432.pdf">Labour as an agent of production: A classical economy perspective</a>
Pester power as a diasporic dilemma: A study on the expatriate Indians in Bahrain
<a href="http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/24177/1/MRPA_paper_24177.pdf">Pester power as a diasporic dilemma: A study on the expatriate Indians in Bahrain</a>
Transformation of labour relations
<a href="http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/22994/1/MPRA_paper_22994.pdf ">Pester power as a diasporic dilemma: A study on the expatriate Indians in Bahrain</a>
Financial prudence among Youth
<a href="http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/22450/1/ MPRA_paper_22450.pdf">Financial prudence among Youth</a>
Eco-Development and Tribal Empowerment
<a href="http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/22450/1/ MPRA_paper_22450.pdf">Eco-Development and Tribal Empowerment</a>
Business competitiveness in Bahrain: A Synopsis
<a href="http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/23901/1/MPRA_paper_23901.pdf">Business competitiveness in Bahrain: A Synopsis</a>
How Fragrant are perfumes? A Micro Perspective from Middle East
<a href="http:// mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/19591/1/MPRA_paper_19591.pdf">How Fragrant are perfumes? A Micro Perspective from Middle East</a>
Design, effectiveness and visual merchandising in creating customer appeal
<a href="http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/30365/1/MRPA_ paper_30365.pdf">Design, effectiveness and visual merchandising in creating customer appeal</a>