Dr. Maity Joins The Faculty As A Post-Doctoral Fellow

It is a pleasure for Monarch to welcome Dr. Arijit Maity as a Post-Doctoral Fellow and Associate Professor of Management at Monarch Business School Switzerland. Dr. Maity holds a Ph.D. in Management from the University of Calcutta, India along with an MBA from the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology. He also holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Visveswariah Technological University. Dr. Maity is also an Associate Professor at the Globsyn Business School in Calcutta, India. His research specialty focus around the areas of Corporate Social Responsibility, Service Management and Entrepreneurship development. He has over a decade of experience within the construction industry at Ramco Cement Ltd., Lafarge India Ltd, Aditya Birla Group and S.S.P. Construction. Dr. Maity is a well published academic with both national and international journal articles. Dr. Maity is also a professional member of the Institute of Engineers, India.

Monarch Welcomes Post-Doctoral Fellow Dr. Mohammad Mohammadi

Monarch Business School Switzerland is happy to welcome Dr. Mohammad Mohammadi to the faculty as a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance. Dr. Mohammadi will be completing his post-doctoral studies under the guidance of Dr. Henderson, the Dean of the Faculty at Monarch. Dr. Mohammadi is an accomplished academic having placed Summa Cum Laude at the Doctoral and Master levels at Taras Shevchenko National University in Kiev and the University of Qom, Iran respectively. His academic interest lie in Applied Business Ethics and Islamic Business practice. Monarch looks forward to a fruitful collaboration with Dr. Mohammadi through 2018.

Post-Doctoral Fellowship In Complex Systems & Managerial Decision Making

Monarch Business School is happy to announce a new Post-Doctoral Fellowship In Complex Systems & Managerial Decision Making. Managerial decision making within complex systems typifies the nature of business in a globalized world. Often these managerial decisions are complex in nature: you need to make multiple and interdependent decisions rather than a single, one-shot decision. […]