Rajesh Chandy is a Carlson School Professor of Marketing, the Marketing PhD Coordinator, and has affiliation to London Business School. He holds a Bachelors degree in Engineering (1990) from Madurai Kamaraj University, an MBA (1993) from the University of Oklahoma, and a PhD. (1996) from the University of Southern California. He teaches courses on technology and innovation management in the day, evening, and international executive programs at the University of Minnesota.
Recent publications related to the Center for Global Innovation:
- Prabhu, Jaideep, Rajesh Chandy, and Mark Ellis (2005), "The Impact of Acquisitions on Innovation: Poison Pill, Placebo, or Tonic?" Journal of Marketing.
- Sorescu, Alina, Rajesh Chandy, and Jaideep Prabhu (2003), "Sources and Financial Consequences of Radical Innovation," Journal of Marketing, 66 (October), 82-102.
- Chandy, Rajesh, Jaideep Prabhu, and Kersi Antia (2003), "What Will the Future Bring? Dominance, Technology Expectations, and Radical Product Innovation," Journal of Marketing, 66 (July), 1-18.
- Chandy, Rajesh and Gerard Tellis (2000), "The Incumbent's Curse? Incumbency, Size and Radical Product Innovation," Journal of Marketing, 64 (July).
- Chandy, Rajesh and Gerard Tellis (1998), "Organizing for Radical Product Innovation: The Overlooked Role of Willingness to Cannibalize," Journal of Marketing Research, 35 (November).