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Dr. Raveendra Chittoor DEAN

Dean, School of Professional Studies & Executive Education, Jio Institute

Dr. Raveendra (“Ravee”) Chittoor brings close to thirty years of valuable experience in academia as well as industry. He is a post graduate in management from IIM Ahmedabad and is a doctorate from IIM Calcutta.   
During his industry career, Dr. Ravee has held senior management positions in prominent organizations such as IBM, CRISIL (a subsidiary of Standard & Poor's), and Mumbai-based Rajan Raheja Group. Prior to joining Jio Institute, Dr. Ravee has been a professor of Strategy and International Business and the Director of the PhD Program at the Gustavson School of Business, University of Victoria, Canada. His academic career includes tenures at other renowned institutions such as the Indian School of Business and IIM Calcutta. 
As part of his commitment to advancing knowledge and scholarship, Dr. Ravee has been associated with the Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise at the Indian School of Business (ISB). He also serves as an independent director on the board of Prism Johnson Limited, a leading integrated building materials company in India. 
Throughout his career, Dr. Ravee has earned numerous accolades for his outstanding contributions to research and teaching. Notably, he has held the prestigious Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) in Global Economy and has been recognized as an ISB Research Fellow. Dr. Ravee has won multiple grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of the Government of Canada. His research work has been published in numerous top-tier academic journals such as the Academy of Management Journal and the Strategic Management Journal. His other publications include a co-authored book by Cambridge University Press, peer-reviewed book chapters in edited books and teaching case studies for Harvard Business Publishing. Through his research, Dr. Ravee has a deep understanding of factors that led to the rapid expansion of emerging economies such as India and their emergence as significant players in the global marketplace.