Research InterestsOrganizational knowledge
Globalization of business practices.
Teaching InterestsBusiness Strategy
BioVikas Anand received his Ph.D. from Arizona State University, and an MBA in International Business from the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade. He also holds a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering and a Master's Degree in Physics. His major areas of research include corruption and ethics in organizations, crisis management, organizational identity and identification, and knowledge and information management in organizations. He has published and presented his work on business ethics and knowledge management in several research and practitioner outlets such as the Academy of Management Review, Research in Organizational Behavior, Organization Science, Academy of Management Executive and so on. Prior to his academic career, he was a manager in two large multi-national corporations and his roles included marketing and strategic planning in various parts of Africa and Asia. He has taught at the undergraduate, MBA, and Ph. D. levels and has given lectures on aspects of international business in multiple countries. He has worked with organizations for his research relating to ethics, global processes outsourcing, and knowledge management. He has received several teaching awards including the University of Arkansas Alumni Association Award and the U of A Associated Student Government award. He was the recipient of the 2010 Walton College Outstanding Service Award and the 2011 Walton College Outstanding All Around Faculty Award. He currently serves as the Faculty Director of the Walton College MBA Programs.
Vikas Anand, Mahendra Joshi, Anne O'Leary-Kelly, An expanded model of strategic group identification, Organization Science
Blake Ashforth, Mahendra Joshi, Vikas Anand, Anne O'Leary-Kelly, 2012, Extending the Expanded Model of Organizational Identification to Occupations, Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Iris Reychav, Vikas Anand, 2011, E-learning Technologies: A key to Dynamic Capabilities, Computers and Human Behavior
Amy Guerber, Aparna Rajagopalan, Vikas Anand, The influence of national culture on the rationalization of corruption, Crime and Corruption in Organizations: Why it Happens and What to do about it?. London, UK: Ashgate Publishing. : 142-159