Deepika Chhillar

Deepika Chhillar

PhD Student in Business Administration

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221 C Irwin Hall

deepika4@illinois.edu

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Educational Background

  • MS, Economics, Birla Institute of Technology, 2012
  • BE, Computer Science, Birla Institute of Technology, 2011

Positions Held

  • Data Transformation Analyst - Big Data & Analytics, Advanced Analytics, Schlumberger, 2015-2017
  • Business Analyst, Risk Management, Credit Suisse, 2012-2014

Recent Publications

  • Chhillar, D. (2022). An Eye for Artificial Intelligence: Insights Into the Governance of Artificial Intelligence and Vision for Future Research. Business and Society, 65 (1), 1197-1241.
  • Cheng, J., Love, E., & Chhillar, D. (2020). National Innovation Ecosystems in the G-20 Countries: Institutions, Knowledge Infrastructure, and Firm Capabilities. Knowledge Infrastructure, and Firm Capabilities (August 26, 2020).

Other Publications

Conference Proceedings

  • Cheng, J., Love, E., & Chhillar, D. (2019). National Innovation Ecosystems in the G-20 Countries: A Longitudinal Comparative Study. Academy of Management Proceedings ( 1 ed vol. 2019, pp. 19036).

Presentations

  • Chhillar, D. (2019). Innovation Ecosystems in Strategy Literature: Review and Synthesis. Wharton Corporate Strategy and Innovation, The Wharton School, Mack Institute for Innovation Management.
  • Cheng, J., Love, E., & Chhillar, D. (2019). National Innovation Ecosystems in the G-20 Countries: A Longitudinal Comparative Study. Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

Honors and Awards

  • AAUW Fellowship, American Association of University Women (AAUW), 2022-2023
  • Nominated, Schein Best Student Paper Prize, Berkeley Haas Culture Conference, 2021, 2022-2022

Service

  • Reviewer, Academy of Management Conference, 2018-2019

Current Courses

  • Strategic Human Res Management (BADM 313) Studies concepts and methods used by the staff personnel unit in building and maintaining an effective work force in an industrial organization; development of ability to design the personnel subsystem within the firm and to deal effectively with problems encountered in such areas as recruitment, selection, training, and wage and salary administration; and considerable emphasis on case analysis, role playing, and research.

Contact

221 C Irwin Hall

deepika4@illinois.edu

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