Dr Jyoti Navare


Dr Jyoti Navare
NameDr Jyoti Navare
Job titleAssociate Professor in Business School
Research institute
Primary appointmentAccounting, Finance & Economics
Email addressJ.Navare@mdx.ac.uk
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-3929-0362
Contact categoryResearcher

Biography

Biography

Jyoti is Associate Professor at Middlesex University Business School. She holds a Doctorate of Philosophy (Risk Management) from Southampton University  and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She is also a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute and an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Governance Institute.

She has a number of years of experience as an International Risk Manager and Underwriter based in London and Sweden and working closely with Financial Services organisations and governments internationally. 

She has also been consultant to a number of financial services and manufacturing companies internationally ( UK, Middle East and Israel, Africa, Latin America , Caribbean, Europe and India). She had been trainer/consultant  on executive leadership and management programmes in the UK, Europe and internationally.

Apart from holding visiting professorships at a number of European universities, she is also an invited member of Financial Services Innovation Centre in India which has members from insurance companies, finance organisations, stock market and professional bodies. She has also held non-executive/independent directorships of a UK Housing Association and a Financial Services Professional Body in the City of London and on their board of the Professional Standards and Ethics committee. She is also currently a school governor and chair of the Audit and Risk Committee. In 2019 she became a liveried member of the Worship Company of Insurers and was awarded the Freedom of the City of London. In 2020 she was invited to join the independent women in insurance group (IWIN) which seeks to promote, for members,  access to opportunities and career build. She remains actively engaged in research, academic management and student employability. In the latter case she  currently holds a role as Employability advocate for the Dept. of Economics.

 

Professional Roles and Activities

  • Board Member for Independent Women in Insurance (2020 – current)
  • Liveried Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Insurers -nominated 2019
  • Freedom of the City of London awarded October 2019
  • Governor –Kingsbury High School Middlesex. Chair of Audit and Risk Committee

 

Feb 2010 to present

Independent Director: Swale Housing (Amicus Horizon) –completed 2009

Board Member: Professional Standards and Ethics Board of the Chartered Insurance Institute-completed 2012

Invited Member to the Financial Innovation Centre Mumbai India

Previous Visiting professorships: Fachochschule Coburg, Germany; Akureyri University Iceland; Warsaw University of Insurance and Banking, Poland ; Institute of Chemical Engineers and Pharmacology Mumbai India

 

Teaching

  Under graduate | Postgraduate and Professional programmes

  • International Marketing |International Marketing and Cross Cultural Marketing
  • Risk Management | Contemporary Issues in Finance
  • Life Assurance and Pensions |Corporate Risk Management
  • Reinsurance | Corporate Governance
  • Principles of Banking | Corporate Strategy
  • Corporate Strategy | Global and local business environments Multinational enterprises
  • Export Finance and Marine Risks | Business Continuity and Disaster Management
  • Organisation Behaviour | Research Methods
  • Estate Planning | Risks in International Trade
  • Strategic Resource Management | Financial Institutions and Regulation
  • Business Law | Decision Analysis and Risk Management
  • Risk and Organisations | Business Entrepreneurship
  • Political Economy | Business Risk Management
  • Risk and Finance | Risk Financing
  • Business Economics |Economic Environment and Practice
  • Innovation and new product development | International business theory and management
  • Business Economics and Environment | Commercial and professional skills  
  • Accounting and Finance | Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Product and service Innovation | Organisation Behaviour
  • Principles and Practice of Management | International Management 
  • Pensions | Transportation Risks 
  • Mathematical aspects of Life Insurance | Risk Strategy in industries 
  • New product development and innovation | Creating value through innovation
  • Project Risk and Finance | Life Assurance

 

Executive programmes UK and international

Risk Management, Financial environment; Strategic Management for Senior Management, Marketing plans, Strategic Management, Developing Communication and Customer Strategies, General Management, Leadership, Innovation and Risk 

 

External examining experience:

  • University of West London MA in Accounting and Finance
  • De Montfort University – MA in Professional Studies
  • Bournemouth University – PhD external (Risk and Crisis Management)
  • University College London : PhD external (Risk Management)

  

Education and qualifications

PhD
Southampton University
MBA
Bournemouth University
FCII Chartered Insurance Practitioner
Chartered Insurance Institute
ACIS
Chartered Governance Institute
FHEA
Higher Education Academy

Grants

Prizes and Awards

Impact

  • Walking with women

External activities

Consultancy
Warsaw Academy of Banking and Insurance

Consultancy - International Management Programmes
Fachhochschule Coburg, Germany

Consultancy Business Management and Financing Programmes
UK and International Insurers

Bennetts Insurance, Alexander and Alexander, Sun Alliance, Europ Assistance, UK Provident, Eagle Star, Norwich Union, Sun Insurance (Mauritius), Apollo Insurance (Kenya), Menorah (Israel) Insurance Institute of Barbados, Auto and other manufacturers (Germany and France).

Consultancy - Strategic evaluation of business
Cimex industries

Consultancy - Feasibility study
Frizzels

Consultancy - Insurance Working papers
London Business School

Consultancy - Guernsey
Finance Training Agency

Consultancy - Anglo-Polish Insurance Workshop, Poland
British Council

Consultancy - Response management
Poole Harbour Commissioners

Consultancy - Oil Spill Management
BP Oil / Dorset County Council, UK

Research outputs

Revisiting FSAs and CSAs in Sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from Ghanaian firms

Osabutey, E., Papanastassiou, M., Jin, Z., Navare, J. and Agyapong, A. 2023. Revisiting FSAs and CSAs in Sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from Ghanaian firms. International Business Review. 32 (4). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ibusrev.2023.102106

Women walking together: An exploration of space, place and female empowerment

Farmer, C., Sarah, S. and Navare, J. 2021. Women walking together: An exploration of space, place and female empowerment. Women Walking: Histories, Movement and Mobilities - The Cultural Capital Exchange. Online 22 Mar 2022

The relationship between innovation culture and innovation outcomes: exploring the effects of sustainability orientation and firm size

Jin, Z., Navare, J. and Lynch, R. 2019. The relationship between innovation culture and innovation outcomes: exploring the effects of sustainability orientation and firm size. R&D Management. 49 (4), pp. 607-623. https://doi.org/10.1111/radm.12351

Financial aggregation of risks for MSMEs in developing economies: a conceptual framework of financial aggregation and microinsurance effects

Navare, J. and Handley-Schachler, M. 2018. Financial aggregation of risks for MSMEs in developing economies: a conceptual framework of financial aggregation and microinsurance effects. in: Spence, L., Frynas, J., Muthuri, J. and Navare, J. (ed.) Research Handbook on Small Business Social Responsibility: Global Perspectives UK Edward Elgar. pp. 232-264

Research handbook on small business social responsibility: global perspectives

Spence, L., Frynas, J., Muthuri, J. and Navare, J. (ed.) 2018. Research handbook on small business social responsibility: global perspectives. UK Edward Elgar.

Business model innovation: how international retailers rebuild their core business logic in a new host country

Cao, L., Navare, J. and Jin, Z. 2018. Business model innovation: how international retailers rebuild their core business logic in a new host country. International Business Review. 27 (3), pp. 543-562. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ibusrev.2017.10.005

Corporate Reputation [Special Issue of International Studies of Management & Organization]

Melewar, T., Nguyen, B., Alwi, S. and Navare, J. (ed.) 2017. Corporate Reputation [Special Issue of International Studies of Management & Organization]. Taylor & Francis (Routledge).

Guest editors' introduction: the state of the art on corporate reputation: a special section

Melewar, T., Nguyen, B., Syed Alwi, S. and Navare, J. 2017. Guest editors' introduction: the state of the art on corporate reputation: a special section. International Studies of Management and Organization. 47 (3), pp. 217-219. https://doi.org/10.1080/00208825.2017.1318016

MicroFinancial services and risk management for food security: a vulnerable household perspective

Navare, J. 2016. MicroFinancial services and risk management for food security: a vulnerable household perspective. in: Mergos, G. and Papanastassiou, M. (ed.) Food Security and Sustainability: Investment and Financing Agro-Food Chains Cham Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 121-138

Investigating the implications of business and culture on the behaviour of customers of international firms.

Gupta, S., Navare, J. and Melewar, T. 2011. Investigating the implications of business and culture on the behaviour of customers of international firms. Industrial Marketing Management. 40 (1), pp. 65-77. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.indmarman.2010.09.011

Financial services practitioner: developing professionalism or best practice.

Navare, J. 2005. Financial services practitioner: developing professionalism or best practice. Academy of Finance Conference (Annual Meeting). Chicago, United States 16 - 18 Mar 2005

Risk and uncertainty in innovation activities.

Navare, J. and Jin, Z. 2009. Risk and uncertainty in innovation activities. The XX ISPIM Conference: The Future of Innovation. Vienna, Austria 21 - 24 Jun 2009

Port risk management and public private partnerships: factors relating to risk allocation and risk sustainability

Handley-Schachler, M. and Navare, J. 2010. Port risk management and public private partnerships: factors relating to risk allocation and risk sustainability. World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research. 3 (1-2), pp. 150-166. https://doi.org/10.1504/WRITR.2010.031585

Governance and risk management of network and information security: the role of public private partnerships in managing the existing and emerging risks

Navare, J. and Gemikonakli, O. 2010. Governance and risk management of network and information security: the role of public private partnerships in managing the existing and emerging risks. in: Jahankhani, H. and Hessami, A. (ed.) Communications in Computer and Information Science Berlin, Heidelberg Springer.

Corporate social responsibility: risk managing for value creation in the housing sector in the UK.

Navare, J. 2010. Corporate social responsibility: risk managing for value creation in the housing sector in the UK. in: Louche, C., Idowu, S. and Filho, W. (ed.) Innovative CSR: from risk mananagemnt to value creation. Sheffield Greenleaf Publishing Ltd.. pp. 220-240

Organisation capabilities: pathways to sustainability

Battor, M. and Navare, J. 2009. Organisation capabilities: pathways to sustainability. in: Ahmed, A. (ed.) World Sustainable Development Outlook 2009: The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on the Environment, Energy and Sustainable Development Routledge. pp. 93-96

Changing risk patterns and behaviour: regulator and market failure in the provision of pensions

Navare, J. 2003. Changing risk patterns and behaviour: regulator and market failure in the provision of pensions. Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Issues and Practice. 28 (3), pp. 472-480. https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-0440.00237

Process or behaviour: which is the risk and which is to be managed?

Navare, J. 2003. Process or behaviour: which is the risk and which is to be managed? Managerial Finance. 29 (5/6), pp. 6-19. https://doi.org/10.1108/03074350310768724

Research Impact

Walking with women

Field study March 22 Farmer, C., Sarah, S. and Navare, J. 2021. Women walking together: An exploration of space, place and female empowerment. Women Walking: Histories, Movement and Mobilities - The Cultural Capital Exchange. Online 22 Mar 2022 Study of Empowerment and Body Awareness March 23 - Worshipful company of insurers IWIN group hosted by SCOR

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