Publications

Cases published:

Richard Ivey School of Business:

  1. AGV: Crisis at the Top, Case 9B14C008, Published by Richard Ivey School of Business, Authors: Rajiv Agarwal , Keith D’Souza , Arun Jacob Kumbluvelil (http://www.iveycases.com/ProductView.aspx?id=62111)
  2. AGV: Crisis at the Top – Teaching note, Case 8B14C008, Published by Richard Ivey School of Business, Authors: Rajiv Agarwal , Keith D’Souza , Arun Jacob Kumbluvelil
  3. Indian Steel Ltd, Tri-party Negotiation – The Buyer (A), Case 9B14C005, Published by Richard Ivey School of Business, Authors: Samish Dalal, Rajiv Agarwal (https://www.iveycases.com/ProductView.aspx?id=61996)
  4. Indian Steel Ltd, Tri-party Negotiation – The Seller (B), Case 9B14C006, Published by Richard Ivey School of Business, Authors: Samish Dalal, Rajiv Agarwal (http://www.iveycases.com/ProductView.aspx?id=61997)
  5. Indian Steel Ltd, Tri-party Negotiation – The Consultant (C), Case 9B14C007, Published by Richard Ivey School of Business, Authors: Samish Dalal, Rajiv Agarwal (http://www.iveycases.com/ProductView.aspx?id=61998)
  6. Indian Steel Ltd, Tri-party Negotiation – Teaching note, Case 8B14C005w, Published by Richard Ivey School of Business, Authors: Samish Dalal, Rajiv Agarwal
  7. When there is no will, is there a way? Case 9B13C006, Published by Richard Ivey School of Business, Authors: Rajiv Agarwal, Samish Dalal. (http://www.iveycases.com/ProductView.aspx?id=57649)
  8. When there is no will, is there a way? Teaching Note, Case 8B13C006, Published by Richard Ivey School of Business, Authors: Rajiv Agarwal, Samish Dalal
  9. Pramanik Containers And The Bottleneck Challenge (A), Case 9B12E014, Published By Richard Ivey School Of Business, Author Rajiv Agarwal (http://www.iveycases.com/ProductView.aspx?id=57014)
  10. Pramanik Containers And The Bottleneck Challenge (B), Case 9B12E015, Published By Richard Ivey School Of Business, Author Rajiv Agarwal. (http://www.iveycases.com/ProductView.aspx?id=57015)
  11. Simplified Chinese version of case 9B12E014. Pramanik Containers And The Bottleneck Challenge (A), Case 9B12EC014, Published By Richard Ivey School Of Business, Original Author Rajiv Agarwal. Translated by Ivey into Chinese.
  12. Simplified Chinese Version of Case 9B12E015 Pramanik Containers And The Bottleneck Challenge (B), Case 9B12EC015, Published By Richard Ivey School Of Business. Translated by Ivey into Chinese.
  13. Pramanik Containers And The Bottleneck Challenge (A) And (B) – Teaching Note, Case 8B12E015, Published By Richard Ivey School Of Business, Author: Rajiv Agarwal.
  14. The Cinnamon Case: Sales Negotiation (Role Play) (A) The Seller, Case 9B12C046A, Published by Richard Ivey School of Business, Authors: Samish Dalal, Rajiv Agarwal (http://www.iveycases.com/ProductView.aspx?id=56312)
  15. The Cinnamon Case: Sales Negotiation (Role Play) – (B) The Buyer, Case 9B12C046B, Published by Richard Ivey School of Business, Authors: Samish Dalal, Rajiv Agarwal. (http://www.iveycases.com/ProductView.aspx?id=56313)
  16. The Cinnamon Case: Sales Negotiation (Role Play) (A) The Seller and (B) The Buyer, Teaching Note, Case 8B12C046, Published by Richard Ivey School of Business, Authors: Samish Dalal, Rajiv Agarwal

Case Centre:

  1. The Case of the Increasing Topline, Case 814-042-1, Published by the Case centre, Author Rajiv Agarwal, (link http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=122133)
  2. Teaching note for The case of the Increasing Topline, Author Rajiv Agarwal, Case 814-042-8, Published by the Casecentre.
  3. The Airline Industry in India: 2012, Case 314-184-1, Published by the Case centre, Author Rajiv Agarwal, (http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=122133)
  4. Teaching note for The Airline Industry in India, 2012,Author Rajiv Agarwal, Case 314-184-8, Published by the Casecentre.

Journal Publications: (Peer Reviewed)

  1. Prasad, A., Agarwal, R., (2015), “The Oxymoron that is Business Ethics”, Journal of Management Research, 15(1), Jan-March 2015, 13-22.
  2. Agarwal, R.,Kumar, A., D’Souza, K., (2015), “A Study Of The Factors Influencing Successors’ Choices In Indian Family-Managed Businesses”, Journal of Applied Management and Investments, 4(3), 128-136.
  3. Agarwal, R.,Kumar, A., D’Souza, K., (2015), “Successors in Indian Business Families: A Demographic Sample Study”, Journal of Applied Management and Investments, 4(4), 201-208.
  4. Agarwal, R.,Kumar, A., D’Souza, K., (2016), “Literature Survey On Career Choices Of Successors In Family Businesses In India”, Journal of Applied Management and Investments, 5(1), 1-19.

Press Articles:

  1. Business in the time of Broken Families,  The Hindu BusinessLine, 13 April, 2016, Mumbai Edition.
  2.  Takeaways from the Tata Tussle, The Economic Times, 22 November, 2016. 
  3. Dealing with LGBT in business families, Op-Ed, The Economic Times, 10 December, 2016.
  4. The Cyrus Mistry Tata Sons Imbroglio is a common family business issue, Forbes India Magazine, Thought Leadership, 13 December, 2016 .
  5. Cipla’s pathbreaking Succession formula, The Hindu BusinessLine, 15 December, 2016. (Co-authored)
  6. Why Ananya Birla’s Singing debut is applaudable, Business Today, 16 December, 2016. 
  7. When Good Companies make disastrous moves Forbes India Magazine,Thought Leadership, 17 March, 2017. http://www.forbesindia.com/article/spjimr/when-good-companies-make-disastrous-moves/46231/1.
  8. Legacies redefined, Business India, 27 March, 2017.