Dr. Prasad’s research encompasses the areas of entrepreneurship, gender and diversity in organizations and interpretive methods, topics which he addresses from diverse theoretical-critical perspectives. His publications have taken poststructural, postmodern, feminist, postcolonial, neomarxist and psychoanalytical approaches. He is currently co-Chair of the Critical Management Studies division at the Academy of Management.
He has published over 50 articles and chapters, which include at least 20 contributions to scientific journals such as Q1, including Academy of Management Learning and Education, Advances in Consumer Research, Business & Society, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Gender, Work and Organization, Human Relations, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, as well as the Journal of Business Ethics and Critical Perspectives on International Business, for which he has also co-edited special issues. He is also a member of the editorial committees of Human Relations and the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research. His first book was published by Emerald.
To date, Dr. Prasad has been the beneficiary of $15,000,000 USD in research funding, including grants and awards from national financial institutions, such as the British Academy (United Kingdom), The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Canada) and Conacyt (Mexico). At the age of 31, he was admitted as the youngest member of the SNI Conacyt program level II.
Dr. Prasad wrote much of his doctoral thesis as a graduate researcher at Yale University. His doctoral research was funded by a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, and several other awards. He has taught courses in MBA and doctoral programs, and has supervised research students at master and doctorate level. Before arriving at the EGADE Business School, Dr. Prasad was head teacher at the UNSW Business School (incorporated to the AGSM). He has also held research positions at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at Rutgers University.