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Bhavesh Patel

A Senior Fulbright Research Scholar, has close to four decades of experience in teaching, research, executive training and consulting. He was Professor of Finance, XLRI, Jamshedpur, from 1985 to 2000, when he shifted to the USA, where he was visiting faculty at the California State University, Cleveland State University and Virginia State University. He was Associate Professor and Business Division Chair at Myers University for seven years, before returning to India to join as Director, School of Petroleum Management (SPM), PDPU. Currently, he is Director, Post Graduate Institute of Management, and Dean, Amrut Mody School of Management (AMSoM), Ahmedabad University.
Prof. Patel has earlier published four books, as well as several research papers and articles. He is the Managing Editor of three US-based refereed journals, and is associated with several others in the US, UK and India as Member, Editorial Board. Under the aegis of the International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE), he organizes academic conferences every year in the US, and outside the US since 2003.
List of Books written by Bhavesh Patel


Fundamentals of Financial Management

Vikas Publishing


  • 9789325976016
  • 560 pages
  • Paperback
  • Rs.375.00
  • 2014



The subject of financial management is gaining importance in the context of today's business environment. This book attempts to provide a clear understanding of the fundamentals of the subject, including the concepts, theories, models, tools and techniques, and their applications. Its focus on logical discussion, where it is needed for contextual ...


Project Management, 2/e

Vikas Publishing


  • 9788125931348
  • 784 pages
  • Paperback
  • Rs.750.00
  • 2010



In today’s competitive world, the importance of project management can hardly be understated. Project Management: Financial Evaluation with Strategic Planning, Networking and Control is an attempt in the direction of addressing all the issues related to Project Management. Strategic considerations, recognition of the human factor and need ...

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