Professor & Vice Dean
Prof. (Dr.) Anand Mishra received his doctorate degree from the Louisiana State University (USA). Dr. Mishra was a recipient of the Gilbert Foundation Fellowship to advance his own doctoral research while contributing to the understanding of financial uncertainty and risk attending renewable electricity generation. Dr. Mishra’s research work is mainly in the area of renewable energy finance and industry practices.
Before joining academia, Dr. Mishra worked with banking and insurance industry for around 8 years. Dr. Mishra served in various managerial capacities at ABN Amro and Axa Insurance. As a financial services industry practitioner, Dr. Mishra worked in key capacities in operational as well as strategic domains, including retail and private banking, bank-assurance, export-credit, and treasury departments. During his industry stint, he was also engaged with market research projects for clients such as Orange S.A., Budweiser, McKinsey India, UBS, and AIG. Dr. Mishra maintains a keen interest in the start-up activities in India; currently, he is an advisor to two start-ups in Mumbai working in the domain of robotics and animatronics.
His research interests include Renewable Energy Finance, Corporate Finance, Financial Technology,and Business Models in Fintech space.
Vlosky, Richard & Shupe, Todd & Mishra, Anand. (2016). An Exploratory Analysis of the Market Perspective on Reclaiming Chromated Copper Arsenate (CCA) from Decommissioned Preservative-Treated Wood Utility Poles. Natural Resources. 07. 544-557. 10.4236/nr.2016.710046
Mishra and R.P. Vlosky. 2015. “A Case Study of Electricity Generation from Pine Needles in Uttarakhand, India”. In Jelacic, D. and R. Vlosky (Eds). ISBN 978-953-57822-4-7WoodEMA/Forest Products Society