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Arun Joshi is serving as an Assistant Professor in the domain of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management at ISB&M, Pune. He is UGC-NET qualified with top rank and recipient of Junior Research Fellowship. His research areas primarily address eighth (Decent Work and Economic Growth) and sixteenth (Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions) United Nation Development Goals, 2030. His current research interests include the orbits of employee experience, HR analytics, technology adoption, job performance, personality, and police. He has presented his work at different national and international conferences. He has published several research articles in indexed academic journals encompassing Personnel Review, Australasian Journal of Information Systems, and The Service Industries Journal.
PhD, IIT Kharagpur
MBA (HR), Pondicherry University
MSc (Applied Criminology and Police Studies), Sardar Patel University of Police, Security, and Criminal Justice, Jodhpur
BSc (PCM), University of Kota, Rajasthan.
• Joshi, A., Srinivasan, S., Das, S. (2023). Decoding Employee Experiences During Pandemic Through Online Employee Reviews: Insights to Organizations. Personnel Review. In Press. (ABDC-A)
• Joshi, A., Das. S., & Srinivasan, S. (2023). How Big Five Personality Traits affect Information and Communication Technology Use: A Meta-Analysis. Australasian Journal of Information System. In Press. (ABDC-A)
• Prakash A.V., Joshi. A., Nim. S., Das, S. (2023). Determinants and Consequences of Trust in AI-Based Customer Service Chatbots. The Service Industries Journal. In Press. (ABDC-B)
• Joshi, A., Srinivasan, S., Das, S. (2022, December). Why Blue Line is Resistant to Modern Innovations. Published in the Conference Proceedings of 22nd flexible systems management conference, GLOGIFT 2022, India.
• Prakash A.V., Joshi. A., Nim. S., Das, S. (2021, November). Dear Bot, Why Should I Trust You? Paper presented at the Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference 2021, Melbourne.
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