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Indian professor’s research on COVID-19 finds place on WHO database

Six of his articles were shortlisted by a panel of experts



Some significant research done by Anuj Kumar, assistant professor, Apeejay School of Management (ASM), has made its way into the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) research database on COVID-19. Six of his articles have been shortlisted for the database.

Most of the articles were published in Scopus, Australian Business Deals Council (ABDC), and the Web of Science Journals. Out of the six, two were published by Taylor and Francis. Professor Kumar has also been an editor and reviewer of Scopus and ABDC and received more than 450 citations for the articles.

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The titles of the articles are mentioned below:

  1.  Kumar, A.; Ayedee, D. Technology Adoption: A Solution for SMEs to Overcome Problems during COVID-19.  Academy of Marketing Studies Journal 2021, 25, 245–260. (ABDC-B)
  2. Kumar, A. and Ayedee, N., 2021. An interconnection between COVID-19 and climate change problem. Journal of Statistics and Management Systems24(2), pp.281-300. (ABDC-C and WoS)
  3. Bhatia, A., Roy, B. and Kumar, A.,2022. A review of tourism sustainability in the era of Covid-19. Journal of Statistics and Management Systems, pp.1-18. (ABDC-C and WoS)
  4. Shaikh, D., Ara, A., Kumar, M.,Syed, D., Ali, A. and Shaikh, M.Z., 2021. A two-decade literature review on challenges faced by SMEs in technology adoption. Academy of Marketing Studies Journal25(3). (ABDC-B)
  5. Shaikh, A.A., Kumar, A., Jani, K.,Mitra, S., García-Tadeo, D.A. and Devarajan, A., 2022. The Role of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for making a Digital Classroom and its sustainable Impact on Education during Covid-19. Materials Today: Proceedings56, pp.3211-3215. (Scopus)
  6. Ayedee, D., Kumar, M., Buttan, D.,Shaikh, D. and Ara, A., 2021. Role of emotional intelligence and strategic human resource management during COVID-19 pandemic. Academy of Strategic Management Journal. (Scopus)

“It is an honour and a happy feeling to see my name on the WHO research database. I am thankful to all my co-authors for collaborating with me on the publication of these articles. I feel happy to see articles from Apeejay School of Management on the WHO research database.”

Anuj Kumar, assistant professor, Apeejay School of Management

Disha Roy Choudhury is a Principal Correspondent at Apeejay Newsroom. She has worked as a journalist at different media organisations. She is also passionate about music and has participated in reality shows.