1. Chatterjee, D. & Sahasranamam, S. (2018). Technological innovation research in China and India – A bibliometric analysis for the period 1991-2015. Management and Organization Review (Cambridge University Press), 14(1):179-221, http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/mor.2017.46 2. Chatterjee, D., Leisyte, L., Dasappa, S. & Sankaran, B. (2018). University research commercialization in emerging economies: A glimpse into the “black box”, Science and Public Policy (Oxford University Press), 45 (3): 361–372, doi.org/10.1093/scipol/scx066. 3. Vakkayil, J. & Chatterjee, D. (2017). Globalization routes: The pursuit of conformity and distinctiveness by top business schools in India, Management Learning (SAGE Publications). 48(3): 328–344, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/1350507616679347 4. Chatterjee D. & Sankaran, B. (2016). Commercializing academic research in emerging economies: Do organisational identities matter? Science and Public Policy (Oxford University Press). 42 (5): 599-613, doi:10.1093/scipol/scu076 5. Chatterjee, D. & Sahasranam, S. (2014). Trends in innovation management research in India - An analysis of publications for the period 1991-2013, Current Science. Current Science Association in collaboration with the Indian Academy of Sciences, 2014.107 (11): 1800-1805 6. Chatterjee, D. (2012). Innovativeness: A team knowledge and communication perspective, International Journal of Innovation and Learning, 12 (3): 229 – 246 7. Gebert, D. & Boerner, S, Chatterjee, D. (2011). Diversity - diskutieren oder tabuisieren? Eine explorative Studie in Indien (English translation - Diversity - discuss or taboo? An exploratory study in India), with. Zeitschrift für Management (Springer), 6 (3): 287-314 8. Gebert, D. & Boerner, S, Chatterjee, D. (2011). Do Religious Differences Matter? An Analysis in India, Team Performance Management, Emerald. 17 (3/4): 224-240 9. Chatterjee, D. & Srivastava, B.N. (2007). The concept of newness. International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy, 2 (3): 240 – 245
1. Creativity in Financially Constrained Organizations: The Role of Organizational Search. With Jacob, M. as first author. Presented at the British Academy of Management conference, 5th – 7th September, 2017 at Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK 2. Institutional Complexity and Alternative Organizations: An Exploratory Study. With Balaji, S. (first author) and Jacob, M. (third author). Presented at the British Academy of Management conference, 5th – 7th September, 2017 at Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK 3. Global institutional logics & the moderating influence of national institutional field structures on organizational outcomes, with Sreevas, S. (second author) 33rd EGOS Colloquium, Copenhagen Business School, July 6-8, 2017, Copenhagen 4. Survival of alternative organizations in mature fields: The case of an alternative school in India, with Subramanian, B. (first author). 29th Society for the advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) annual conference, 29 June - 1 July, 2017, Université Claude Bernard, Lyon, France 5. Power and Institutional Fields, with Balaji Subramanian (first author). 10th Global Studies Conference, 8th – 9th June, 2017, National University of Singapore, Singapore 6. Bridging institutional voids in innovation for emerging Asian economies: The institutional entrepreneurship of University Research Centers. Sole author. DRUID-Asia, Singapore, Co-organized by DRUID, NUS Business School and SMU, February 23-25, 2016, Lee Kong Chian School of Business, NUS, Singapore 7. Trends in innovation management research in four Asian countries - An analysis of publications for the period 1991-2013, with Sreevas, S. (second author) Pan-IIM Conference 5th -8th November, 2014, at the Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode 8. Organizational responses to vertically nested institutional logics: A study of two universities from Dutch and Indian research systems with Leisyte, L. (second author) 30th EGOS Colloquium, 3th – 5th July2014, Rotterdam School of Management, Rotterdam, The Netherlands 9. Contextualizing the Triple Helix framework for emerging economies: An investigation of the role of university identities with Sankaran, B. (second author). The Triple Helix Conference, University College of London, 8th – 10th July, 2013, London, UK 10. University isomorphism, globalization of western science and the prospects of local knowledge systems. (Sole author). 28th EGOS Colloquium, 5th - 7th July, 2012, Aalto University & Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland 11. A model of research productivity of universities. (Sole author). 4th International Conference on Education, Research and Innovation, 14-16th November, 2011, Madrid, Spain 12. Sustaining a social enterprise: Palash eye hospital with Krishnan, T N & Tandon, A. (second & third authors respectively). Annual meeting of the North American Case Research Association, 13th – 15th October, 2011, San Antonio, Texas, USA 13. Beyond Daring: Identities, conflicts and structures in care-giving organizations (sole author). Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 6th -10th August 2010, Montreal, Canada. 14. “Innovativeness” of technological innovations: A knowledge and team process perspective with Srivastava, B.N. (second author)Academy of Management Meeting, 7th – 11th August, 2009, Chicago, USA 15. Management education in India: Some thoughts on industry-academia partnership. (sole author). National conference on Professional Education in Knowledge Economy, 24th July, 2008, University School of Management Studies, Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi 16. Product Innovation, Social Capital and Innovation Networks: A Contingency Approach with Jena, S. (second author). 3rd International Conference on Globalisation and Competitiveness, 11th -13th January, 2005, Vinod Gupta School of Management, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
1. Chatterjee, D. & Krishnan, T.N. (2017). Consulting at Indian Hygiene Products Limited: Entry and Contracting. With T N Krishnan. In Donald L. Anderson (Eds.) Cases and Exercises in Organization Development & Change (Second edition), Sage Publications, 2. Chatterjee, D. & Krishnan, T.N. & Tandon, A. (2015). Sustaining a Social Enterprise: Palash Eye Hospital. With Krishnan, T.N. Asian Case Research Journal, 19 (2): 231. https://doi.org/10.1142/S0218927515500091
1. Chatterjee, D. (2016). Selling science through university entrepreneurship: Debates and implications for emerging economies. In A. Stachowicz-Stanusch & G. Mangia (Eds.), Dark Sides of Business and Higher Education Management, Vol. II, New York: Business Expert Press,. pp. 55–80 2. Gebert, D., Boerner, S. & Chatterjee D. (2012). Konflikt-Eskalierung: Eine Fallstudie zum Change Management in Schulen in Sued-Indien (English translation “Escalating conflicts: A case study of change management in south-Indian schools”) with in von Rosenstiel, L., von Hornstein, E., Augustin,S. (Eds.) Change Management- Praxisfaelle. Berlin: Springer, pp.397-412 3. Chatterjee, D. 2003. United We Stand – HRD Imperatives in a Different World, in Dr. Dharani P Sinha, Dr. Ashok Kumar and Dr. Hari Haran (Eds.), Re-energising Enterprises through HRD, New Delhi: Viva Books Pvt. Ltd. 4. Kumar, A. & Chatterjee, D. 1998. The Use of Assessment Centre Methodology for HRD in a Large Manufacturing Organisation, published in Leading Change through Human Resources: Towards a Globally Competitive India, conference proceedings of the National HRD Network’s 6th National Conference, New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing company Ltd. 5. Devarajan, R. & Chatterjee, D. 1998. Changing Work Value Orientation of New Entrants: A Survey Based Study, published in Leading Change through Human Resources: Towards a Globally Competitive India, Conference proceedings of the National HRD Network’s 6th National Conference, New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing company Ltd.