Our program, ranked No. 6 in the U.S. by College Factual, prepares students to move their companies ahead of the competition by successfully mobilizing and coordinating resources, all while keeping a close eye on the bottom line. Rigorous coursework offers an understanding of complex managerial issues and ethical practices.   



Das, Diya

Diya Das

Associate Professor, Management
Faculty Suite H, Room 226

Globalization of Work, Identity Theory, International Business, Employment Law, Employee Attitudes and Behaviors

  • Academy of Management
  • Society for Human Resource Management
  • Academy of International Business
  • 2016, Excellence in Teaching Award
  • 2007, Best International Paper Award
  • 2007, Best Paper Award
  • 2007, Outstanding Reviewer Award

Annavarjula, M., Das, D., Towards a Fine Balance: Cross-cultural comparison of Work-Family Identities. , Journal of Asia-Pacific Business.

Hadani, M., Coombs, S., Jalangas, D., Das, D., Finding a good job: Academic network centrality and early occupational outcomes in Management academia, Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Kwesiga, E., Das, D., To be or not to be an ethnic firm, New England Journal of Entrepreneurship.

Das, D., Book Review of Kiran Mirchandani’s Phone Clones: Authenticity Work in a Transnational Economy, Vision , 2013.

Das, D., Nandialath, A. M., Mohan, R., Feeling unsure: quit or stay? A latent class analysis of employees’ intention to leave in Indian call centers, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Routledge, 2013.

Mohan, R., Das, D., Modelling heterogeneity in perceptions of stress in Indian call centres: a latent class analysis, International Journal of Business Innovation and Research, Inderscience , 2012.