Dr. Anirudh Agrawal is an Associate Professor at O.P. Jindal Global University. He is also an academic consultant for TVARIT Gmbh. He completed his doctoral studies at Copenhagen Business School under Prof. Kai Hockerts within the thematic area of sustainability, strategy, and entrepreneurship. He holds a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from INSA Lyon and Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Punjab Engineering College. He has a certificate in strategy and supply chain from HEC Paris. He was associated with Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Bennett University, FLAME University, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, ESIEIB (Spain) and Valeo (Lyon).
His teaching interests include corporate strategy, entrepreneurship, CSR, Sustainable management, and social entrepreneurship. To develop his teaching abilities, he has taken courses at Copenhagen Business School, Harvard Business School and FLAME University. His research interests are entrepreneurship, corporate strategy and entrepreneurial finance. He has researched sustainable business & revenue models involving impact investing, social entrepreneurship, and micro-finance. He has published 15 research articles at peer-reviewed journals, peer-reviewed books, and peer-reviewed book chapters. He is currently working on his third book and has multiple research articles in pipelines all related to sustainability, organizational strategy, and future of work.
He is also on board 5 startups that are in the growth phase. He helps in their organizational and business development. He has a strong interest in European politics and business and frequently speaks on European matters in the Indian context. He is also an active adviser to developmental agencies like World Bank, ADB and related agencies on topics related to capacity development and cleantech management. He is also a regular speaker on topics related to further of work, entrepreneurship, sustainability and related policies. He speaks Spanish, French and he is learning German from his children.