Hari Bapuji
Hari Bapuji
Position Associate Professor
Department Business Administration
Office 452 Drake Centre
Phone (204) 474-8432
Email hari.bapuji@umanitoba.ca
Website www.haribapuji.org

Curriculum vitae ►
Google Scholar profile
Research Bytes video ►

Research Interests

Crises at the intersection of organization and society,
organizational learning and knowledge management.

Teaching Interests

Strategic Management and International Business.

Background

Dr. Hari Bapuji is an Associate Professor at the Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba, Canada. His research and teaching cover strategic management and international business. Dr. Bapuji researches organizational problems that have an effect on society and vice versa. Particularly, his research covers how firms can prevent, manage and learn from crises that affect both organizations and societies. Dr. Bapuji published numerous scholarly articles that appeared in leading management journals, including Harvard Business Review, Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Management Studies, Management and Organization Review, Management Learning, Organization, and Journal of Engineering and Technology Management. In addition, he published a book “Not Just China: The Rise of Recalls in the Age of Global Business,” which has been recognized as an outstanding academic title by CHOICE Magazine. Dr. Bapuji’s research on product recalls has been instrumental in shaping public discourse on global product safety and has been widely cited by hundreds of print and electronic media outlets, including New York Times, Huffington Post, Financial Times, Business Week, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CNN, Washington Post, China Daily, USA Today, Sydney Morning Herald, People’s Daily, CBC, The Globe and Mail and Straits Times.

Dr. Bapuji has over ten years of industry experience in information technology and human resource management. For more information on Dr. Bapuji, please visit www.haribapuji.org.

Media

C-Span Research Presentation on Product Safety Research (February 19, 2008):
Real Player (Note: Real Media Player is needed to view this video)

Additional clips and articles on Product Safety: