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Rajshree Prakash

Assistant Professor, Management

Office: S-MB 13359  
John Molson Building,
1450 Guy
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2912

Rajshree has been part of the Management faculty at the John Molson School of Business, Concordia University since 2014. She conducts research on drivers, processes and outcomes for sustainable change in institutions and organizations by focusing on models of social innovation,environmental sustainability and entrepreneurship.Her research has been funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Centre, Bob and Raye Centre in Business Ownership and David O’Brien Centre for Sustainability. She has been published in peer reviewed journals such as Organization Science, Journal of Professions and Organization, Journal of Management Inquiry, and Financial Management.She teaches courses in strategy, strategy implementation and responsible organizations at the undergraduate and graduate levels.


PhD in Organizational Analysis (Alberta School of Business, University of Alberta)

Areas of Expertise

  • Institutional theory
  • Sustainability
  • Social Innovation


Refereed journal articles

Greenwood, R., Li, S. X., Prakash, R., & Deephouse, D. L. (2005). Reputation, diversification, and organizational explanations of performance in professional service firms. Organization Science16(6), 661-673.

Miller, D., Greenwood, R., & Prakash, R. (2009). What happened to organization theory?. 
Journal of Management Inquiry18(4), 273-279.

Gabbioneta, C., Prakash, R., & Greenwood, R. (2014). Sustained corporate corruption and processes of institutional ascription within professional networks. 
Journal of Professions and Organization1(1), 16-32.

Greenwood, R., & Prakash, R. (2017). 25 years of the professional partnership (P2) form: time to foreground its social purpose and herald the P3?. 
Journal of Professions and Organization4(2), 112-122.

Prakash, R., Ravi, R., & Zhao, R. (2017). The anatomy of a socially responsible corporation. 
Financial Management46(1), 33-58.

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