Dr. Mukerjee Jinia
|Research themes||Play in work organizations; Sustained innovation in entrepreneurial settings; Role of psycho-markers and mental health in the entrepreneurial process|
|Teaching department||Sustainable development management: economy, human resources and diversity|
Dr. Jinia Mukerjee is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sustainable Development Management: Economy, Human Resources & Diversity, in Montpellier Business School. She holds a PhD in Management Science from SKEMA Business School, and a Doctorate in Science from Aix Graduate School of Management, Aix-Marseille Université. In her research, she examines how work is carried out in innovative organizations, predominantly using ethnographic methods. More particularly, she strives to understand the role of play in group work processes, and in sustaining innovation. She also conducts research on the role of psycho-markers and well-being in entrepreneurship. She regularly organizes conference tracks and seminars on the role of play at work organizations, especially the role of play in humanizing work.
Teaching themes: International Human Resources & Organizational Behavior; Diversity and Inclusive Management; Psychology and health at workplace; Qualitative Research methods, Research proposal writing.
Thurik R., Benzari A., Fisch C., Mukerjee J. & Torrès O. 2023. Techno-overload and well-being of French small business owners: identifying the flipside of digital technologies. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development. [https://doi.org/10.1080/08985626.2023.2165713]
Wismans A., van der Zwan P., Wennberg K., Franken I., Mukerjee J., Baptista R., Barrientos Marín J., Burke A., Dejardin M., Janssen F., Letina S., María Millán J., Santarelli S., Torrès O. & Thurik R. Forthcoming. Face mask use during the COVID-19 pandemic: How risk perception, experience with COVID-19, and attitude towards government interact with country-wide policy stringency. BMC Public Health, 22: 1622. [https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-022-13632-9.]
Mukerjee J. & Metiu A. 2022. Play and psychological safety: An ethnography of innovative work. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 39(3): 394-418.
Mukerjee J., Montani F. & Vandenberghe C. 2021. A dual model of coping with and commitment to organizational change: The role of appraisals and resources. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 34(5): 1144-1161.
Torrès O., Fisch C., Mukerjee J., Lasch F. & Thurik R. 2021. Health perception of French SME owners during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. International Review of Entrepreneurship, 19(2): 151-168.
Torrès O., Benzari A., Fisch C., Mukerjee J., Swalhi A. & Thurik R. 2022. Risk of burnout in French small business owners and the COVID-19 crisis. Small Business Economics, 58(2): 689-716.
Metiu A. & Mukerjee J. 2021. Using anthropological methods to study play in work settings. InVesa M. (Ed.), Organizational Gamification: Theories and Practices of Ludified Work in Late Modernity: 145-166. New York, Routledge.
Wismans A., Letina S., Thurik R., Wennberg K., Franken I., Baptista R., Barrientos Marín J., Block J., Burke A., Dejardin M., Janssen F., Mukerjee J., Santarelli E., Millán J. M. & Torrès, O. 2020. Hygiene and social distancing as distinct public health related behaviours among university students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Social Psychological Bulletin, 15(4): 1-26.
Leung Y.K., Mukerjee J & Thurik R. 2020. The role of family support on work-family balance and subjective well-being of SME owners. Journal of Small Business Management, 58(1): 130-163.
International Human Resources & Organizational Behavior; Diversity and Inclusive Management; Psychology at workplace; Qualitative Research methods, Research proposal writing.
2021: Convenor for EGOS (European Group of Organizational Studies) Conference track on play at work organization.
2022: Convenor for AoMO (Art of Managing Organization), Conference track on Play for humanizing work organization.