Dr. Reena Agrawal

Assistant Professor
Chairperson – Social Responsibility Committee

Email: reena.agarwal@jaipuria.ac.in
Location: Jaipuria Lucknow


Entrepreneurship, Family Businesses, Financial Services, Financial Inclusion.

Finance & Accounting and Entrepreneurship

Dr. Reena Agrawal is an academician and researcher with more than eleven years of experience in the field of Finance, Accounting, and entrepreneurship. She has strong research interests in the areas of micro small and medium enterprises, social entrepreneurship, behavioral aspects of family businesses, and financial literacy/inclusion.

She has published case studies of successful entrepreneurs in international journals and presented them at several conferences. She is currently serving as a member of the Editorial Board of two journals.

Currently, Dr. Reena Agrawal is working as an Assistant Professor with Jaipuria Institute of Management, which is one of the best PGDM/MBA College in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, and provide MBA equivalent

PGDM courses in different streams.

Dr. Reena Agrawal | Assistant Professor | Jaipuria Lucknow

Google Scholar | ORCID

Ph.D, M.Com

Syed, R. T., Singh, D., Agarwal, R., & Philip, D. (2023). Entrepreneurship Development in Universities across Gulf Cooperation Council Countries: A Systematic Review of the Research and Way Forward. Journal of Enterprising Communities, (), pp .

DOI: 10.1108/JEC-03-2022-0045/full/html

Agrawal, R., Suhan, M., Yasser, Q. R., & Birau, C. S. (2022). The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on air transport: the case of Virgin Australia airlines. Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja, (), pp .

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/1331677X.2022.2142259

Parihar, S. S., Agrawal, R., & Suman, P. (2021). Determining Factors In Rural Banking Adoption: An Indian Perspective. Vidyabharati International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, (), pp 131-140.

DOI: https://www.viirj.org/specialissues/SP11/Part%202.pdf

Yasser, Q. R., Agrawal, R., & Ahmed, I. (2020). Transgender disclosure decisions and workplace socio-cultural dynamics. Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work , 31(2), pp 87-105.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10301763.2020.1847023

Agrawal, R. (2019). Can the Use of Balance Score Card Guarantee Survival and Growth in Today’s Era of Economic Uncertainty? . Journal of Applied Management-Jidnyasa, 11(1), pp 1-8.

DOI: http://simsjam.net/index.php/Jidnyasa/article/view/155078/107399

Agrawal, R. (2019). Review of Measures taken by the Government and the Banking Regulator for Successful Transition to a Financially Inclusive Economy: An Empirical Study of India. Economic Analysis , 52(1), pp 81-96.

DOI: https://www.library.ien.bg.ac.rs/index.php/ea/issue/view/124

Agrawal, R. (2019). An Investigation into the Entrepreneurial Journey of an Indigenous Prodigy: A Case Study of an Indian Entrepreneur. Singaporean Journal of Business Economics, and Management Studies (SJBEMS), 6(12), pp 50-62.

DOI: https://www.singaporeanjbem.com/VOL_6_(12)_SG.php

Agrawal, R. (2018). An Investigation into the Recent Surge of Women Being Chosen as Successor in Family Business: A Study of the World's Fastest Growing. Journal of Applied Management-Jidnyasa, 10(1), pp 38-50.

DOI: https://www.sims.edu/assets/docs/Jidnyasa_Jan._-_June_2108.pdf#page=43

Agrawal, R. (2018). Measures Adopted for Promote Inclusive and Sustainable Growth: An Empirical Study of India. Paradigm, 22(2), pp 144-159.

DOI: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0971890718787904

Agrawal, R. (2018). Balanced Score Card Demystified: A Tool to Evaluate Performance or to Strategize Growth. Singaporean Journal of Business Economics and Management Studies, Singapore, 6(5), pp 77-83.

DOI: https://platform.almanhal.com/Files/Articles/117795

Agrawal, R. (2018). Constraints and Challenges Faced by Women Entrepreneurs in Emerging Market Economy and the Way Forward. Journal of Women’s Entrepreneurship and Education , 3(4), pp 11-19.

DOI: https://www.library.ien.bg.ac.rs/index.php/jwee/article/view/618

Agrawal, R. (2018). Limitations Confronted By Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises In Today`s Globalized Era And Way Forward. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Resilience , 1(2), pp 29-40.

DOI: https://www.fimek.edu.rs/downloads/casopisi/jebr/arhiva/JEBR-Number-2.pdf

Agrawal, R. (2017). An investigation into the succession in one of the oldest and biggest family businesses in India: Case study of the Godrej Group. Singaporean Journal of Business Economics and Management Studies, 5(11), pp 43-49.

DOI: https://platform.almanhal.com/Files/2/106109

Agrawal, R. (2017). Contributions Made by Women Entrepreneurs in Augmenting Socio Regional-Economic Growth of Emerging Market Economy . Journal of Women’s Entrepreneurship and Education, Serbia, 1(2), pp 87-100.

DOI: https://www.library.ien.bg.ac.rs/index.php/jwee/article/view/276

Agrawal, R. (2017). Disruption in Banking in Emerging Market Economy: An Empirical Study of    India. Economic Analysis, 50( 3-4), pp 20-31.

DOI: https://www.library.ien.bg.ac.rs/index.php/ea/article/view/551/487

D. S., & Agrawal, R. (2016). Review of the Literature on Adoption and Use of Electronic Banking Channels Over Last Three Decades. Journal of Applied Management-Jidnyasa, 8(2), pp .

DOI: https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Review-of-the-Literature-on-Adoption-and-Use-of-Saxena-Agrawal/7e7fe24e1dae03046df9a7f1c8d07a604bd0a758

Agrawal, R. (2016). Enterprise Risk Management’ Essential for Survival and Sustainable Development of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. International Review, 1(2), pp 117-124.

DOI: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/305363236_'Enterprise_risk_management'_essential_for_survival_and_sustainable_development_of_micro_small_and_medium_enterprises

Agrawal, R. (2016). Management Learnings from ‘Valmiki Ramayan’ –The Oldest Indian Epic. 3D IBA Journal of Management & Leadership, 8(1), pp 65-73.

DOI: http://iba.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/IBA_Journal_July_Dec_2016.pdf#page=67

Agrawal, R. (2016). Mobile Money Empowering People Living at Bottom of Pyramid and Boosting Socio-Economic Development in a Big Way. Economic Analysis, 49(1), pp 15-23.

DOI: https://www.library.ien.bg.ac.rs/index.php/ea/article/view/325

Agrawal, R. (2016). Payment Banks Redefining Indian Banking: An Empirical Study. Journal of Applied Management-Jidnyasa, 8(1), pp 1-8.

DOI: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Priti_Bakhshi/publication/320035026_The_Critical_Review_of_Gold_Monetisation_Scheme_and_Sovereign_Gold_Bond_Scheme/links/59ca2cfca6fdcc451d57e302/The-Critical-Review-of-Gold-Monetisation-Scheme-and-Sovereign-Gold-Bond-Scheme.pdf#page=6

Agrawal, R. (2016). Technology Paving Way for Financial Inclusion in India. Journal of Applied Management-Jidnyasa, 8(2), pp 9-12.

DOI: https://search.proquest.com/openview/df58aa432155b8995ed6d1084469cc47/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=2069370

Agrawal, R. (2016). Banking on Technology: Emerging Trend in Indian Banking Sector. Journal of Innovative Trends in Engineering (IJITE), 20(34), pp 110-113.

DOI: https://www.ijite.com/citations/IJITE_20021158.pdf

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