I am the Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor at the Harvard Business School. I have been a member of the school’s faculty since 1993. Take a look at my bio, current research and areas of interest, the HBS homepage, and the wikipedia entry someone has generously put together.
In addition to HBS, I serve as the Director of South Asia Institute at the Harvard University. Harvard as a major research university has not focused as much on South Asia as it has on other parts of the world – East Asia, Europe, Middle East, Latin America – in past several decades. SAI is an attempt to remedy that in a focused manner. I strongly feel that a university-wide engagement can benefit our core mission, research and education, for all participants (not those interested in south asia per se), and also benefit south Asian institutions of all sorts.