Shibashis Mukherjee is a faculty in the area of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management (OB & HRM) at the Indian Institute of Management Shillong. He earned his doctorate degree (Ph.D.) at Indiana University, Bloomington. His research examines forces that provide stability and drive changes within organizations. Theoretically, his projects use a social psychological lens incorporating emotions to study the nature of organizations.
- Assistant Professor (OB & HRM),Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (2017-2021
Research & Publication
- Rojas, F, Thomas, C, Mukherjee, S and Meanwell, E and Apgar, L. (2019). Complementary work in the hospital: How infection preventionists perceive opportunities for cooperation with higher status physicians. Journal of Professions and Organization. 6(2): 196-212 (A in ABDC, Oxford University Press, shortlisted for Best Paper Award, 2019)
Mukherjee S and Heise D. (2017) Affective Meanings of 1,469 Concepts in Calcutta. Behavior Research Methods. 49(1): 184-197 (Impact Factor 4.425; Ranked #5 out of 88 in Behavioral/Experimental Psychology-Web of Science/Clarivate Journal Citation Reports)
- Mukherjee S (2016). “Gender regimes and employment commitment: A cross-national comparison across twenty countries.” Sociological Bulletin (Official Journal of the Indian Sociological Society). 65(2): 191-214
Awards and Honors
- Journal of Professions and Organization shortlisted for Best Paper Award.
Rojas, F, Thomas, C, Mukherjee, S and Meanwell, E (2019). Complementary work in the hospital: How infection preventionists perceive opportunities for cooperation with higher status physicians.
- Gerald D. Suttles Fellowship in Doctoral Ethnographic Research (recognizes excellence in the use of ethnographic methods in doctoral research), Indiana University.
Preparing Future Faculty Certificate in College Pedagogy (recognizes excellence in college teaching), Indiana University