Areas of Expertise
Product recall, Innovation, Customer Complaints, Customer Experience, Chatbot, Digital Marketing, Social Media, Data Breach, Firm Bankruptcy, Geopolitical Risk, Political Risk, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Labor Unionization, Terrorist Attack
- Ph.D. in Business, Ivey Business School, U of Western Ontario, Canada, 2014-2018
- M.S. in Business, Wisconsin School of Business, U of Wisconsin-Madison, 2012-2014
- MBA, Indian Institute of Management-Lucknow, India, 2009-2012
- Bachelor of Technology (Computer Engg.), Aligarh Muslim U, India, 1996-2000
- Assistant Professor of Marketing, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University Bloomington, Bloomington, 2018-present
- Adjunct Research Professor, Ivey International Centre for Health Innovation, Ivey Business School, University of Western Ontario, Canada, 2018-present
- Visiting Scholar, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, January 2018-March 2018
- Astvansh, V., and Jindal, N. (2022). Differential Effects of Received Trade Credit and Provided Trade Credit on Firm Value. Production and Operations Management, 31(2), 781–798. View Full Text
- Astvansh, V., Ball, G., and Josefy, M. (2022). The Recall Decision Exposed: Auto Recall Timing and Process Dataset. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, 24(3), 1457-1473.
- Astvansh, V., Habib, A., and Deng, W. (2022). Research: When Geopolitical Risk Rises, Innovation Stalls. Harvard Business Review, March. View Full Text
- Astvansh, V., Wang, Y.-Y., and Shi, W. (2022). The Effects of the News Media on a Firm’s Voluntary Product Recalls. Production and Operations Management, in press.
- Astvansh, V., Duffek, B,. and Eisingerich, A. B. (2022). How Can Companies Recover from Liability-Invoking Failures? Exploring the Role of Uncertainty Avoidance in Facilitating Consumer Compliance Across National Cultures. Journal of International Marketing, in press.
Edited on September 12, 2022