Humanities and Social Sciences
Dr. Amritesh is presently working as Assistant Professor (Services Marketing Area) at IIT Ropar. He has received his master’s & doctorate degree from the Department of Industrial & Management Engineering, IIT Kanpur. Prior to that, he has held positions as Assistant Professor (General Management) at BITS Pilani Dubai Campus, Faculty of Operations Management at IILM Institute of Business & Management, Gurgaon, and Senior Researcher in a European research project OPAALS. His research articles have appeared in reputed international journals published by Emerald, Springer, Taylor & Francis, Cambridge University Press, etc. He has traveled to several international conferences to represent his institution and demonstrate his research. He has worked as a session chair, peer-reviewer, and technical committee member in reputed internal conferences. He has been involved with many reputed journals as a peer-reviewer.
Areas of Research:
Transformative Service Research
PhD. IIT Kanpur.
M.Tech. Industrial & Management Engineering, IIT Kanpur.
B.E. BIT Sindri, Dhanbad.
1.Amritesh, Misra, S.C., and Chatterjee, J. (2016), “Quality Framework for Credence Based Informational Services: Applying KANO’s Method". DOI:10.1080/14783363.2016.1171704. Total Quality Management & Business Excellence Taylor and Francis.
2. Amritesh and Misra, S.C. (2014), ‘Conceptual Modeling for Knowledge Management to support Agile Software Development’. Vol. 29, No. 4, pp. 496-511, Knowledge Engineering Review Cambridge University Press..
3. Amritesh, Misra, S.C., and Chatterjee, J. (2014) “Emerging Scenario of Online Counseling Services in India: A case of e-government intervention”. Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 569-596, Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy
4. Amritesh, Misra, S.C., and Chatterjee, J. (2014), “Conceptualizing e-government service quality under credence based settings: A Case of e-counseling in India". Vol. 31. No. 7, pp. 764-787, International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management
5. Amritesh, Misra, S.C., and Chatterjee, J. (2013) “Positioning e-Government services in the credence based setting: Illustrating an Indian Context”. Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 393-409, Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy
Assistant Professor, Business Management Area