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Prothit Sen


Professor Sen’s research interests primarily include business model innovations, impact of such innovations on corporate strategy decisions such as strategic alliances and private equity portfolio strategies. In terms of research methodology, Professor Sen performs empirical analyses over secondary data by using a combination of predictive models that use machine learning algorithms and classical econometric techniques for making causal inferences regarding the phenomena of his interest. Prior to obtaining his PhD at INSEAD, Professor Sen worked for several years as a consultant for Bain & Company in Gurgaon, India. His advisory experience in India spanned across the manufacturing, automotive, IT services and private equity sectors.

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Can AI Help You Strategise Better?

P. Puranam, P. Sen

Machine learning algorithms can uncover intricate patterns in big data and enable managers to strategise with more confidence.

Leadership & Organisations

Enlightened by Randomness

Phanish Puranam & Prothit Sen

To train AI properly, organisations may have to take a drastic step: start making decisions with no rhyme or reason.
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Economics & Finance

Business Model Innovation Comes to Private Equity

Many investment firms go beyond leveraged buyouts to build sector-specific investment ecosystems.