Francis Kuriakose is a consummate academic and a committed researcher. He completed Bachelor of Commerce from Mahatma Gandhi University (2002-2005), Master of Commerce (Finance) from University of Kerala (2006-2008), MA in Public Administration from University of Madras (2011-2013), and MPhil in Commerce (Finance) from Pondicherry University (2013-2014). He was a doctoral scholar in Banking and Finance at the University of Mumbai (2014-2016). Francis has worked at General Electric, Hyderabad, National Institute of Securities Markets, Mumbai and has coordinated projects for the Ministry of External Affairs and Ministry of Finance, Government of India. He has also taught at University of Kerala and XIME Bangalore. He was the Editor of ‘Dialogue’, an Indo-French magazine for two years, and is an advisor to Cambridge Development Initiative, United Kingdom. Francis was a Junior Research Fellow in Commerce and has published papers in the Oxford Research Encyclopaedia of Politics, Economic & Political Weekly, South Atlantic Quarterly, Citizenship Studies and the Indian Journal of Labour Economics. He serves as a reviewer for international journals such as Asian Journal of Business Ethics, Global Business Review, Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Journal of Management Development, and Utopian Studies. He is a member of the American Economic Association, American Finance Association, and International Academic Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights.
Marathon running, Philately, Cinema, and playing the Violin.
Leadership, Mentoring, Communication, Endurance
Use academic research to generate ideas to solve problems, transform lives, and for the betterment of humanity.
Inspiration in Life
Marie Curie, Mahatma Gandhi, Stephen Hawking, Amartya Sen, APJ Abdul Kalam