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Can entrepreneurship be taught? Prof. Christopher Abraham shares his views on Dubai Eye 103.8

How to become a successful entrepreneur? Can entrepreneurship be taught? Prof. Christopher Abraham, CEO & Head of Campus (Dubai) and Sr. Vice President - Institutional Development at SP Jain School of Global Management, was invited on 10th January 2019 to The Business Breakfast show hosted by Dubai Eye 103.8, one of the leading talk radio stations in the UAE, to share his insights on what it means to be an entrepreneur.

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Dr. Nicolas Hamelin publishes a manuscript in Asian Journal of Business Research

Dr. Nicolas Hamelin, Associate Professor of Marketing and NeuroScience Lab Director at SP Jain School of Global Management, recently published a manuscript, titled ‘Entrepreneurship Driven By Opportunity and Necessity: Effects of Educations, Gender and Occupation in MENA’ (AR 8008), (AJBR 8008), in Asian Journal of Business Research (AJBR), Volume 8 Issue 2.

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Dr. Silvia Vianello awarded ‘Manager of the Year’ by Italian magazine F Settimanale

Dr. Silvia Vianello, Director Innovation Center at SP Jain School of Global Management, was awarded ‘Manager of the Year’ by F Settimanale, a fortnightly Italian magazine which covers fashion, beauty and all the latest news and features celebrity interviews.

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Dr. John Lodewijks’ article ‘Millmow and Australasian Economics’ published in History of Economics Review

Dr. John Lodewijks, Vice President – Academic, SP Jain School of Global Management, has authored an article titled ‘Millmow and Australasian Economics’ which has been published in History of Economics Review, an ABDC B rated journal, on 12th December 2018.

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SP Jain’s ‘Classroom of the Future’ case study published in Web of Science indexed journal

A joint paper on ‘The Classroom of the Future: Disrupting the Concept of Contemporary Business Education’, based on the case study of SP Jain School of Global Management, authored by Dr. Anna Tarabasz (Assistant Professor - Digital Marketing, SP Jain), Mr. Marko Selaković (Director Institutional Development & Student Recruitment, SP Jain) and Prof. Christopher Abraham (CEO & Head - Dubai Campus, SP Jain) as co-authors, has been published in the Entrepreneurial Business and Economics Review (EBER).

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Marko Selaković interviewed by TV Pink Serbia

Mr. Marko Selaković, Director – Institutional Development & Student Recruitment at SP Jain School of Global Management – Dubai Campus, was a guest on the TV Pink Morning Program (in spoken Serbian) on 21st December 2018.

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How robo-teachers can aid autistic children – Dr. Silvia Vianello speaks to The National

Dr. Silvia Vianello, Director Innovation Lab - Dubai Campus, SP Jain School of Global Management, has been featured in The National, the Middle East's leading English-language news service, in an article titled ‘Robo-teachers can aid autistic children in the UAE’ on 21st November 2018.

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Dr. Kirti Khanzode publishes a case study on the global expansion strategy of FiLLi Café

Dr. Kirti Khanzode, Deputy Director - UG Programs (Dubai) and Associate Professor - Communication at SP Jain School of Global Management, has published a case study with co-author Dr. Geetanjali Chandra, Program Head of Law, Amity University Dubai, on the brand journey of FiLLi Café.

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10 Critical Factors for Effective Succession Planning – Prof. Parimal Merchant writes in The Economic Times

Prof. Parimal Merchant, Director - Global Family Managed Business Program, SP Jain School of Global Management, recently authored an article titled ‘Ten Critical Factors for Effective Succession Planning’ in The Economic Times Family Business Forum, a media platform that brings together insights, views, research and voices behind some of India’s leading businesses.

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How India can be the world’s most powerful country even after robots take away our jobs – Dr Silvia Vianello writes in India Today

Automation is upon us and technology is fast replacing routine jobs. Only those who can use their human skills of empathy and creativity will keep their jobs. So how will India win? Dr Silvia Vianello, Director Innovation Lab - Dubai Campus, SP Jain School of Global Management, has shared her take in an article titled ‘How India can be the world’s most powerful country even after robots take away our jobs’ featured in India Today, one of India’s leading media publications, on 5th November 2018.

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